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Stop-Loss

Realism doesn't make a better movie, just a more sensitive one.

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Never Forever

Even with its unusual plot, the film can't help turning into some deeper version of Unfaithful.

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The Free Will

When it comes to depicting angst-ridden anti-heros like Theo, this film takes an approach most don't have the courage to try.

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Jumong

The fifth most watched historical Korean drama of all time is captured in these impressive box sets.

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Mannequin & Mannequin 2: On the Move

These Mannequin movies come loaded with extra cheese. You'll want a cheap bottle of wine, with that, too.

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E.S.L - English As A Second Language

While Lola's problem is emotional communication, Bolivar's is technical – but it's Bolivar's story that will really move you, here.

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Paprika

Many say that Kon's work is anime for people who don't like anime. Certainly, Paprika is, among other things, a gateway to alternative animation.

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I Love New York: The Complete First Season

Why is New York famous? No, really, why is she famous? And why did we use to like her?

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The Lookout

The actual heist is merely a backdrop for the internal monsters that plague the protagonist. This makes for an amazing story.

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I Think I Love My Wife

When you strip away all its jokiness and "Rock-isms", there's actually a good film hiding in here.

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Twiggers Holiday (2004)

In sum: 10 minutes of funny, 15 minutes of mediocrity, some nifty commentaries, some not so nifty commentaries, and some interesting extras.

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Haunted Forest (2007)

Haunted Forest has nothing to offer, gives up half way through the movie, and fails in every way possible.

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Fellowship of the Dice (2005)

A long glimpse into the lives of people who spend most of their time pretending to be someone else.

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Freedom Writers (2007)

A sweet, well-intended film about the power of teachers and how the right motivation can inspire just about any student.

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Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress (2002)

This is a really pretty movie, yes, but its resonance is already fading.

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Divergence (2006)

Chan wants you to believe that the movie is profound and "intelligent", but unless nonsense and confusion for the sake of confusion constitutes intelligence these days, Divergence is nowhere near it.

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Snakes on a Plane (2006)

On the spectrum of good low brow entertainment and bad low brow entertainment, this leans more toward the good of the bad.

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Noein: To Your Other Self, Vol. 1 (2005)

Noein won't be the savior of its anime counterparts, but it won't tarnish their already ruined reputation, either.

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Thank You for Smoking (2005)

Naylor doesn't need a "human" face; we love him the minute he offers us a light.

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World is So Beautiful

The ordinary is transformed for the average art seeker.

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Afro Punk (2003)

Punk rock as seen from another side the spectrum.

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