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  • Django (NR)

    Sergio Corbucci's 1966 spaghetti western definitely corners the market on mud imagery: its mysterious title hero wanders into town dragging a coffin after him through the grimy, rutted streets, and when he takes down one bad guy, the man not only dies but topples over into quicksand and gets sucked into the earth. more...
  • Gulliver's Travels (NR)

    Max and Dave Fleischer, the creators of Betty Boop, tried to beat Walt Disney at his own game with this lavishly produced animated feature, made in 1939. more...
  • The Heir Apparent: Largo Winch (NR)

    Contrary to what you might think, Largo Winch is not a piece of construction equipment but an action hero created by Jean Van Hamme for a series of Belgian novels in the 1970s, and subsequently adapted to comic books, TV, and movies. more...
  • Lydia Bailey (NR)

    The Haitian Revolution provides the backdrop for a love affair between American tourists Dale Robertson and Anne Francis in this 1952 Fox picture directed by Jean Negulesco (Humoresque, How to Marry a Millionaire). more...
  • Priest (NR)

    After the film's festival showings, scissors-happy Miramax trimmed eight minutes from this lively 1994 piece of exploitation about the travails of a gay priest in Liverpool, but it still packs a wallop; whether it can sustain much reflection afterward is another matter. more...
  • This Day and Age (NR)

    A slice of De Mille dementia from 1933, with Cecil's patented blend of Republican politics and sexual hysteria in a story about a neofascist boys club out to clean up civic corruption. more...