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When Jim Jarmusch's 'Dead Man' Walks Into Your Mind, He Never Leaves

It's not enough to describe Dead Man as simply an anti-western; it's an iconoclastic deconstruction of late 19th Century American values and mores, many of which remain unabated more than a century later.

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Beowulf (2007)

Crawling with mermaids and monsters, irony, and gore, Beowulf delivers the goods, without betraying its core narrative.

Jarrett Berman
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Beowulf

Beowulf is the model man, outrageous and arrogant, and so admired far and wide.

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Wild at Heart: Special Edition (1990)

'The most rewarding thing about working with David,' says cinematographer Frederick Elmes, 'is helping him see the vision through.'"

Cynthia Fuchs
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Charlie's Angels (2000)

'Can you imagine Drew and Cameron and Lucy fighting in this capacity? It would be so sexy! It would be so exciting!'.

Cynthia Fuchs
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Willard (2003)

Crispin Glover is Willard's best special effect.

Cynthia Fuchs
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Like Mike (2002)

It's easy to see why Bow Wow -- ambitious, clever, self-confident -- appealed to the folks who put this film-cd-gear- package together.

Cynthia Fuchs
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Bartleby (2001)

[The office] is a penitentiary for the non-criminal, and a continually witty and dry visual joke.

Jocelyn Szczepaniak-Gillece

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