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  • Lisztomania (R)

    A psychobiography of Franz Liszt (played by Roger Daltrey), this is Ken Russell's most furiously convoluted film to date—a morass of misplaced energy. more...
  • The Lost Boys (R)

    A mother and her two sons move into a strange California community only to discover that all the neighborhood teens are vampires. more...
  • Mean Johnny Barrows (R)

    Blaxploitation star Fred Williamson directed and stars in this 1976 gangland drama about a Vietnam vet who becomes a hit man. With Roddy McDowall, Stuart Whitman, and Elliott Gould. more...
  • Network (R)

    Good campy fun from the combined talents of Paddy Chayefsky and Sidney Lumet; Chayefsky was apparently serious about much of this shrill, self-important 1976 satire about television, interlaced with bile about radicals and pushy career women, and so were some critics at the time. more...
  • The Notorious Bettie Page (R)

    Writer-director Mary Harron (I Shot Andy Warhol) and cowriter Guinevere Turner (Go Fish) offer a refreshingly open-minded take on the 50s pinup/porn queen, effectively played by Gretchen Mol as a good-natured airhead. more...
  • One More Saturday Night (R)

    Dating dos and don'ts for the 80s, in which love-starved adults and horny teens learn that the rules of the game apply to everyone, or something like that. more...
  • Outrage (R)

    Muckraking documentary maker Kirby Dick (This Film Is Not Yet Rated) takes it upon himself to out closeted gay conservatives in this passionate, engaging, but sometimes irresponsible exposé. more...
  • Paris (R)

    Soggy stuff from French director Cedric Klapisch (When the Cat’s Away), set in the title city and collecting the routine travails of various urbanites. more...
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  • Patriot Games (R)

    If you weren't bored stiff by The Hunt for Red October, you may enjoy this even duller follow-up (1992), based on another Tom Clancy novel. more...