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Capitalism’s Self-Corrections: 'Repo Man'

The Los Angeles imagined by this delightfully dark movie is one where the repo man picks up the Reaganite economy’s table scraps—and in the process self-corrects for capitalism’s shortcomings.

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Big Love

Big Love generally handles the Henricksons' faith respectfully, but there's no forgetting that they are polygamists.

Jesse Hicks
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Inland Empire (2006)

Nikki's story takes her deep inside herself or deep inside the movie industry.No matter how you're inclined to read the film's final dancers, the scene offers a Lynchian Rorschach test. What you see tells you something about you.

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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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The Black Marble (1980)

Harry Dean Stanton uncovers the pain beneath the punchlines.

David Sanjek
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Anger Management (2003)

Dave (Adam Sandler) grumbles okay, to everything, his face reorganized into a permanent twist.

Cynthia Fuchs
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