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  Pierrot le fou (1965) Directed by Jean-Luc Godard Ferdinand Griffon (Jean-Paul Belmondo) has a lot to escape from: his wealthy wife, their children, a job somebody would like him to have. To hell with it! An old girlfriend, Marianne Renoir (Anna Karina) turns up, and the two make a run for the South and the sea, stealing cars, burning money, weaving in and out of some international gun-running scheme, and eventually getting bored (her) and getting...
Laura (1944) Directed by Otto Preminger “Are the processes of the creative mind now under the jurisdiction of the police?” This is the first of many such pompous inquiries that define Waldo Lydecker (Clifton Webb), one of cinema’s most iconic jilted lovers. The object of his affections is the eponymous Laura (Gene Tierney), represented by an ever-presiding portrait that inspires creative infatuation from the perpetually cool Preminger regular Dana Andrews, whose laid-back presence allows the Austrian...
Dune (1984) Directed by David Lynch To appreciate this batty box-office bomb, you have to give up, right at the start. You won’t ever make sense of the plot, not without having source novelist Frank Herbert’s brain, so don’t even bother—absorb the basics and let the rest wash over you, starting with Virginia Madsen’s opening monologue, backstory tacked on at the producers’ request, the beginning of so much exposition; this is a movie almost defeated by...
Television productions bearing the namesake of cult classics be damned: The Twin Peaks that filmed earlier this week at Grand Prospect Hall has nothing to do with director David Lynch, donuts, coffee, or any mysterious "log lady." It was an entirely different affair.  Grand Prospect Hall owner Michael Halkias, in addition to other venue staff, were sworn to secrecy by whatever company sought production on the grounds under the same moniker as the famed show. All Halkias could say...

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