Ingmar Bergman's "Winter Light"

Winter Light is a Swedish film by Ingmar Bergman. This is the second part of Bergman’s film trilogy, the Trilogy of Faith. Automatically one of my all time favorite films, Bergman’s own wife summed.

The dazzling sophomore film from Wes Anderson is equal parts coming-of-age story, French New Wave homage, and screwball comedy. Tenth grader Max Fischer (Jason Schwartzman) is Rushmore Academy’s most extracurricular student—and its least scholarly. Set to a soundtrack of classic British Invasion tunes, Rushmore defies categorization, capturing the pain and exuberance of adolescence with wit, emotional depth, and cinematic panache.

Rushmore -- Wes Anderson's second film of love, High school expulsion & revolution -need I say more? (R) --Click photo to reserve your copy--

This Is Spinal Tap (1984). Rob Reiner’s directorial debut has developed into a cult phenomenon. The film that invented the “rockumentary” has now outlasted most of the bands it mocked. Following the ill-fated American comeback tour of an aging heavy-metal group, this film has joined the ranks of the greatest comedies ever made.

This is Spinal Starring Rob Reiner and Spinal Tap Dir. Rob Reiner A mockumentary about Spinal Tap's exploits, numerous drummers and miniature stonehenge included.

La ciénaga (2001) - The Criterion Collection

La Cienaga (Criterion Collection) Widescreen, Dolby on DeepDiscount

One of the most powerful of Yasujiro Ozu’s family portraits, Late Spring (Banshun) tells the story of a widowed father who feels compelled to marry off his beloved only daughter. Eminent Ozu players Chishu Ryu and Setsuko Hara command this poignant tale of love and loss in postwar Japan, which remains as potent today as ever—and a strong justification for its maker’s inclusion in the pantheon of cinema’s greatest directors.

One of the most powerful of Yasujiro Ozu’s family portraits, _Late Spring_ (Banshun) tells the story of a widowed father who feels compelled to marry off his beloved only daughter.

Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! (1990) - The Criterion Collection

Almodóvar Films from Spain! Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! Written and directed by Pedro Almodóvar Spain, 1989

Fear And Loathing (1998), Terry Gilliam. It is 1971, and journalist Raoul Duke barrels toward Las Vegas—accompanied by a trunkful of contraband and his slightly unhinged Samoan attorney, Dr. Gonzo—to cover a motorcycle race. What should be a cut-and-dried journalistic assignment quickly descends into a feverish psychedelic odyssey. An all-star cast headlined by Johnny Depp and Benicio Del Toro bring Hunter S. Thompson’s excoriating dissection of the American way of life to the screen.

Fear and Loathing in Las Starring Johnny Depp and Benicio Del Toro Dir. Terry Gilliam A newspaper journalist and his lawyer travel to Las Vegas to cover a desert drag race. They spend the entire time experimenting with drugs on the strip instead.

The Silence Of The Lambs (1991), Jonathan Demme. From Thomas Harris’s novel, Demme explodes and reconstructs a classic genre, laying a foundation of emotional and political commitment beneath a perfectly constructed psychological thriller. As Hannibal “the Cannibal” Lecter, Anthony Hopkins is the archetypal antihero—cultured, quick-witted, uncontainable—a portrait of all the sharpest human faculties gone diabolically wrong. Winner of five Academy Awards, including Best Picture.

- "The Silence of the Lambs" / Jonathan Demme 1991 / Thriller / (USA)

Chasing Amy (1997), writer-director Kevin Smith. Cult comic-book artist Holden (Ben Affleck) falls in love with fellow artist Alyssa (Joey Lauren Adams), only to be thwarted by her sexuality, the disdain of his best friend Banky (Jason Lee), and his own misgivings about himself. Filled with Smith’s unique ear for dialogue and insight into relationships, Chasing Amy offers a thoughtful, funny look at how perceptions alter lives, and how obsession and self-doubt skew reality.

Cult comic-book artist Holden (Ben Affleck) falls in love with fellow artist Alyssa (Joey Lauren Adams), only to be thwarted by her sexuality. _Chasing Amy_ offers Kevin Smith's unique ear for dialogue and insight into relationships.

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