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The Intimacy of Memory in ‘Au Revoir Les Enfants’ Still Resonates Today

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The authenticity in Louis Malle’s autobiographical Au Revoir Les Enfants is incredible. We celebrate its 30th anniversary.

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Wes Anderson’s Weirdest Movie

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Looking back on ‘The Darjeeling Limited,’ a decade later.

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We’ve Had the Time of Our Lives for 30 Years of ‘Dirty Dancing’

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They’re gonna fall in love, but Dirty Dancing is so much more.

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The Legend of ‘Bonnie & Clyde’

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As it turns 50 this week, the classic film feels more prescient than ever.

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America Had a Great Fall

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Rewatching ‘All The President’s Men’ On The Anniversary of Nixon’s Resignation.

Masters Of The Universe

How ‘Masters of the Universe’ Brought Adaptations to Earth

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He-Man’s adaptation predicted our property-obsessed present.

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‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ Re-Released, Novelized, and More: 80 Years and Counting

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Disney’s first feature turns eighty (well, sort of) while its novelization turns thirty.

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‘Hercules’ Reinvented the Greek Hero 20 Years Ago

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The underrated Disney movie’s script stays fresh and strange two decades later.

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‘Let’s All Go to the Lobby’ Tells the History of the Movie Theater Experience

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‘Let’s All Go to the Lobby’ has been playing before features in theaters since 1957, but it does more than entice audiences to buy popcorn.