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  1. And Everything Is Going Fine

    Aside from Richard Pryor, no American monologuist has translated to the screen better than Spalding Gray (Swimming to Cambodia, Monster in a…

  2. Sacco and Vanzetti

    Peter Miller's concise and thoughtful 2005 documentary reexamines the notorious Sacco and Vanzetti case from the perspective of a post-9/11 world, where…

  3. Happy Together

    A star vehicle, not only because its leads were two of the hottest stars in Hong Kong cinema (Tony Leung and the…

  4. Half Nelson

    A triumph of affectionate and even passionate portraiture, this debut feature by cowriters Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden focuses on three complex…

  5. The Graduate

    One of Mike Nichols's better films, though one suspects that the gargantuan commercial success it had back in 1967 had at least…

  6. The Chaser

    Easily the best cop thriller since The Departed, this 2008 Korean import is the debut feature of Na Hong-jin, who demonstrates such…

  7. The Camden 28

    Anthony Giacchino's dramatic 2006 documentary revisits the 1971 burglary of a draft office in Camden, New Jersey, by Catholic pacifists protesting the…

  8. Bubble

    The first in a projected series of six low-budget HDV features to be released simultaneously in theaters, on cable, and on DVD,…

  9. 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…

  10. Broken Flowers

    Bill Murray's minimalism as an actor combines with Jim Jarmusch's as a writer-director to yield a certain redundancy, making this comedy Jarmusch's…

  11. Bright Leaves

    Apart from the groundbreaking Sherman's March (1986), this is the best entry yet in Ross McElwee's ongoing autobiographical saga: it's funny, profound,…

  12. The Big Combo

    This 1955 film noir borders on total abstraction for most of its length and then achieves it in an astonishing final scene—a…

  13. Being John Malkovich

    This outrageous comic fantasy may not sustain its brilliance, but it keeps cooking for so much of that time that I don't…

  14. Before the Devil Knows You're Dead

    I prefer Sidney Lumet's previous feature, the neglected Find Me Guilty. But this ambitious and well-directed crime thriller, with an intricate flashback…

  15. The Bed Sitting Room

    In 1968, United Artists gave Richard Lester a million-dollar budget and a free rein, out of which he made what must have…

  16. White Dog

    Samuel Fuller's 1982 masterpiece about American racism—his last work shot in this country—focuses on the efforts of a black animal trainer (Paul…