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  • E = MC2

    A struggling academic (Olaf Lubaszenko) decides to make some money on the side by writing people's thesis papers and finds himself falling for one of his clients, the girlfriend of a powerful gangster. more...
  • E.S.P.

    This 2006 video comedy by Adedapo Akisanya may be short on budget and technique, but its concept is refreshingly original. more...
  • E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

    A digitally altered version of Steven Spielberg's 1982 feature that includes scenes shot for but not used in that release, enhances or alters several details (including a substitution of the word “hippie” for “terrorist”), and deletes a few others (such as the guns carried by policemen). more...
  • E3: Electronic Sound and Film/Video Art

    A program of experimental film and video paired with electronic sound, featuring work by Doug Lussenhop, Anthony Mathile, Jason Ajemian, Chris Clepper, Jeff Economy, and Carolyn Faber. more...
  • E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (PG)

    Steven Spielberg's 1982 film achieves the level of decent, middling Disney—Old Yeller, for example, rather than Snow White or Pinocchio—which is to say that the childhood myths being promulgated here are rather basic and unadorned, without the baroque touches and psychological penetration Disney could muster at his best. more...
  • Each Time I Kill

    Legendary exploitation filmmaker Doris Wishman died in 2002 with this not-so-scary horror video mostly shot; it was completed four years later. more...
  • Eadweard Muybridge, Zoopraxographer

    One of the best essay films ever made on a cinematic subject, Thom Andersen's remarkable and sadly neglected hour-long documentary (1974) adroitly combines biography, history, film theory, and philosophical reflection. more...
  • Eager Bodies

    A young woman diagnosed with cancer tries to orchestrate a romantic union between her boyfriend and her cousin in this 2003 feature by Xavier Giannoli. more...
  • The Eagle

    Rudolph Valentino is an aristocrat turned outlaw in a ponderous 1925 costumer adapted rather liberally by Clarence Brown from Pushkin's Dubrovsky. more...
  • Eagle Eye

    Working in the finest tradition of brain-dead blockbusters, director D.J. Caruso (Disturbia) and executive producer Steven Spielberg take a script riddled with absurdities and throw millions and millions of dollars at it. more...
  • The Eagle Has Landed

    Michael Caine leads a gang of Nazi paratroopers in a last-ditch attempt to win World War II by kidnapping Winston Churchill. more...
  • The Eagle Shooting Heroes

    Leslie Cheung, Brigitte Lin, Jacky Cheung, and Maggie Cheung star in this 1994 Hong Kong fantasy. more...
  • The Eagle Shooting Heroes

    Judging from what I sampled, this is a silly but enjoyable Hong Kong camp romp (1994), directed by Jeff Lau and with the same basic cast (Leslie Cheung, Brigitte Lin Ching-hsia, Jacky Cheung, Maggie Cheung) and story as Wong Kar-wai's much more serious Ashes of Time, which was made around the same time. more...
  • Eagle vs. Shark

    The shock waves from Napoleon Dynamite (2004) have already been absorbed by the movie industry—director Jared Hess signed with Paramount for the lackluster Nacho Libre and star Jon Heder has been sucked into the multiplex-comedy assembly line—but this New Zealand import is the first outside project I've seen try to replicate Napoleon's deadpan geek humor. more...
  • The Eagle With Two Heads

    Remade by Michelangelo Antonioni in 1979 as The Mystery of Oberwald, this 1948 Jean Cocteau piece, L'aigle a deux tetes, adapted from his own play, is an unabashedly melodramatic tale of a queen, ten years in mourning for her dead king, who falls in love with the anarchist sent to assassinate her—an exact double for her late lover. more...