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Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo

Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo [M]

There’s only one thing better than a bad movie and that’s a sequel to a bad movie – and ELECTRIC BOOGALOO is the best bad movie sequel ever!

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Death On The Nile

Death On The Nile [M]

Another all-star cast headed by Peter Ustinov who began his long association with the Hercule Poirot character of murder mystery novelist Agatha Christie with this lavish follow-up to the popular Murder on the Orient Express. During a luxurious pleasure cruise down the Nile aboard a lavish vessel populated with wealthy passengers, widely despised heiress and home wrecker Linnet Ridgeway is murdered. As more bodies pile up, however, it appears that nearly everyone aboard has a motive.

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L'Eclisse

L'Eclisse [M]

In this challenging drama by Antonioni, his characteristic long, significant periods of silence punctuate the message that people just cannot seem to communicate with each other. Capping off Antonioni's previous two films (L'avventura and La Notte) in much the same style, this tale involves a woman, Vittoria, who has just suffered the break-up of an imperfect relationship with a staunch intellectual.

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Mr. & Mrs. Smith

Mr. & Mrs. Smith [PG]

In Hitchcock's rare foray into comedy (courtesy of a wittily, risque script by Norman Krasna), Mr. Smith makes the mistake of telling Mrs. Smith that if he had it to do all over again, he might not have married her. One could be forgiven for thinking this was a Howard Hawks or Frank Capra movie, such is it 'against type' for Hitchcock.

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Murder On The Orient Express

Murder On The Orient Express [PG]

In 1935, when his train is stopped by deep snow, detective Hercule Poirot is called on to solve a murder that occurred in his car the night before. You can't deny the power of this cast.

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Suspicion

Suspicion [PG]

Alfred Hitchcock's 1941 drama stars Joan Fontaine as a woman who beleives her husband is trying to kill her. With Nigel Bruce, Dame May Whitty, Leo G.

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Belle De Jour

Belle De Jour [M]

Bunuel's wry and disturbing tale of an attractive sexually frigid wife who secretly takes an afternoon job in a brothel to discover and understand her own hidden desires. Bunuel's treatment of this controversial script by Jean-Claude Carriere, based on the novel by Joseph Kessel, is witty and superb. English subtitles.

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Hercules

Hercules [M]

The mighty Greek hero Hercules must battle an evil princess who has kidnapped his beloved Cassiopea. As the titular character former Mr Universe and Incredible Hulk Lou flexes his pectorals and lifts up a lot of heavy stuff while the supporting cast romps about in the campest costumes you’ve ever seen. Lots of heavy duty dubbing and cheesy special effects, the latter including a giant mechanical locust and Hercules' epic battle with stock footage of a bear.

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Nights Of Cabiria

Nights Of Cabiria (le Notte Di Cabiria) [M]

In 1957, Fellini was still as indebted to neo-realism as to surrealism, and this melancholy tale of a prostitute working the outskirts of Rome is notable for its straightforward depiction of destitution.

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The Producers

The Producers [G]

Broadway producer seduces elderly widows to obtain finance for his new play, Springtime For Hitler, designed as a certain flop, but is horrified when it becomes a smash hit.

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