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Breakfast at Tiffany's: Check, Please

I hate it when a film takes a brilliant literary work and turns it into what it thinks the literary work should be.

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The Bedford Incident (1965)

Addresses the danger inherent in the military hierarchy and social isolation.

Karla Rae Fuller
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Two Evil Eyes (Due occhi diabolici) (1990)

Romero's films often feature a family that is fragile, a prime target for destructive forces.

Marco Lanzagorta
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Little Big Man (1970)

It didn't just dispel the cloudless America of Westerns past -- it dismembered the genre, threw the parts in a trench, and spit on the tombstone.

Elbert Ventura
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Cuba (1979/2002)

The idea that an individual, like Robin Hood, could stand up for the rights of the oppressed comes across as a pleasant fantasy, worthy of song and legend, but devoid of the means to stand up against state power.

David Sanjek

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