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  • Becoming Jane (PG)

    Miramax has never scored as many Oscars as it did with Shakespeare in Love (seven, including best picture, actress, and screenplay), but this drama closely follows the golden formula, fictionalizing the life of Jane Austen so as to mimic her literature. more...
  • The Purple Rose of Cairo (PG)

    Woody Allen's naive notions of art—he thinks it means a story with a moral—might have some primitive charm if he didn't put them forward so self-importantly. more...
  • Tess (PG)

    This lushly photographed Franco-British production (1979) comes on like an overbudgeted episode of Masterpiece Theatre, but seen in the context of Roman Polanski's career it becomes something rich and strange, shaded into terror by the naturalistic absurdism that is the basis of Polanski's style. more...
  • Zulu Dawn (PG)

    Burt Lancaster, Bob Hoskins, and Peter O'Toole star in this 1979 war film about the British campaign against the Zulus in the late nineteenth century. more...