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  • The Rover
  • The Rover (R)

    The opening title for this Australian action flick announces that it takes place "ten years after the collapse"—that's all the backstory the movie provides, but it's impressive for its ingenuity in suggesting, on a relatively low budget, a 21st century in which the world monetary system has disintegrated, leaving every man for himself. more...
  • Ice

    One of American independent Robert Kramer's strongest "underground" features (1969), arguably his best, made in and around New York before he resettled in Paris. more...
  • Dirty Ho

    Essentially a comedy, this Shaw brothers-produced kung fu film from 1979 is lighter and more irreverent than most of the studio's work from that era. more...
  • The Vikings

    Kirk Douglas bought the rights to Edison Marshall's novel The Viking in hope of producing and starring in the most authentic film possible about medieval life; director Richard Fleischer, for his part, spent over a year in preproduction, working with historians in Norway (where much of the film was shot) to incorporate all the latest research. more...