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  1. Burke and Hare

    Director John Landis (Animal House, An American Werewolf in London) proves there's no limit to the number of times you can get…

  2. About Sunny

    The terror of living from paycheck to paycheck pervades this 2011 indie drama about the working-poor of Las Vegas. Lauren Ambrose, in…

  3. After the Thin Man

    The most elegant title for a sequel in film history belongs, happily, to one of the most elegant sequels (1934). Two years…

  4. Alexandra's Project

    Common threads of rage and revenge run through Australian director Rolf de Heer's previous feature—The Tracker, an avant-garde aboriginal western—and this thriller…

  5. All Night Long

    Basil Dearden's neglected 1961 British film tells the story of Othello in jazz terms. Richard Attenborough plays a wealthy jazz buff who…

  6. America the Beautiful

    Director Darryl Roberts (How U Like Me Now) makes his feature documentary debut (2007) with this unexpectedly witty and affecting exposé of…

  7. The American Astronaut

    Astronauts roam the galaxy like homeless cowpokes in Cory McAbee's tripped-out, low-budget comic space opera (2001), a ripping yarn about a nearly…

  8. American Violet

    A state-of-the-art Hollywood issue drama (2010), with strong performances all around and a script that digs deep into the problems of criminal…

  9. L'Argent

    Robert Bresson's 14th film in 40 years, made in 1983. It returns to some of the themes of his earlier work—the notion…

  10. 17 Girls

    Based on a 2008 incident that rocked the town of Gloucester, Massachusetts, this debut feature by French sisters Delphine and Muriel Coulin…

  11. 12 Monkeys

    Following a global epidemic that has eradicated most of humanity, time travel becomes the only hope of mankind's survival; a volunteer (Bruce…

  12. Shaolin Soccer

    This wacky Hong Kong comedy (2001) ran 111 minutes in its initial Asian release, but Miramax Films deleted 24 of them and…

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  13. OSS 117: Lost in Rio

    The French spy spoof OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies (2006) managed to revive one of the stalest movie genres through sheer…

  14. The Brown Bunny

    I missed the notorious Cannes premiere, when many critics trashed the film. After that, Vincent Gallo cut his highly self-regarding, handcrafted road…

  15. Bill Cunningham New York

    "The best fashion show is on the street," photographer Bill Cunningham remarks in this lively documentary profile. That may be so, but…

  16. Biutiful

    Javier Bardem cuts a tragic figure as a dying Barcelona lowlife who traffics in illegal immigrants and communes with the dead. Alejandro…

  17. The General

    John Boorman's 1998 docudrama about the contemporary Irish gangster Martin Cahill was critically acclaimed at Cannes as a return to form, though…

  18. Go West

    Not the best of the Buster Keaton comedies, but one that shows him in a rare display of pure pathos. On his…

  19. The Invisible Man

    James Whale's 1933 film plays more like a British folk comedy than a horror movie; it's full of the same deft character…

  20. Judge Priest

    Will Rogers stars in John Ford's 1934 portrait of life in a small town in the old south, one of the most…

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  21. The Army of Crime

    Jean-Pierre Melville's French thriller Army of Shadows (1969) angered some with its frank depiction of the moral compromises sustained by French resistance…