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THE HEARTBREAK KID (dir: Elaine May, PG) - Michelle says, "Poor nice Jewish girl. Did Charles Grodin break your heart, running off with that goyisha princess, Cybil Shepherd? Don’t worry. Her daddy hates him as much as you do, almost as much as we all hate Ben Stiller in the recent and unnecessary remake of this 60s time capsule. Though this sharp, sarcastic Neil Simon adaptation shares its comedic tone and social context with THE GRADUATE, it has the distinction of being directed by a woman (Elaine May). Too bad she went on to alienate audiences everywhere with the overbudgeted and awful ISHTAR."
CISCO PIKE (dir: Bill L. Norton, R) – Greg says, "Man, Kris Kristofferson looks a lot like Jeff Bridges in this movie! In his film debut, he plays a cool musician trying to get away from dealing drugs in order to spend more time focusing on his craft. It doesn’t help that Karen Black, the prettiest cross-eyed actress ever, is his nagging girlfriend and that former bandmate Harry Dean Stanton shows up just looking to overdose on something."
BOXCAR BERTHA (dir: Martin Scorsese, R) – Kurt says, "David… David… David… Carradine. Starting his career off in 1963, he’s been in almost two movies/television shows a year to date… such a dude. To all those Scorsese fans, DING DONG! Oh who’s at the door? It’s just the best movie I’ve ever seen. Barbara Hershey sucks you in with her playful, open-hearted performance in this BONNIE AND CLYDE-like thriller about love, money, friendship and death."
JEREMIAH JOHNSON (dir: Sydney Pollack, PG) – Kurt says, "Robert Redford as a mountain man? Yes, please! I'll take five. I'll literally take five copies of this movie home with me because it's that good. Don't be scared; although we know very little about the mid-1800s, Hollywood has once again used magic to recreate what is now what was once then. Rent this movie!"
AGUIRRE, WRATH OF GOD (dir: Werner Herzog, Not Rated)
THE BITTER TEARS OF PETRA VON KANT (dir: Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Not Rated)
CABARET (dir: Bob Fosse, Not Rated)
THE DISCREET CHARM OF THE BOURGEOISIE (dir: Luis Buñuel, Not Rated)
FAT CITY (dir: John Huston, Not Rated)
THE GODFATHER (dir: Francis Ford Coppola, Not Rated)
THE HARDER THEY COME (dir: Perry Henzell, R)
LAST TANGO IN PARIS (dir: Bernardo Bertolucci, Not Rated)   
SILENT RUNNING (dir: Douglas Trumbull, G)
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