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  • Back to the Future
  • North by Northwest
  • Rear Window
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  • Taken

    ★★★★½

  • Paper Moon

    ★★★★

  • Man of a Thousand Faces

    ★★★½

  • 12 Rounds 2: Reloaded

    ★★★

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  • Taken

    Taken

    ★★★★½

    Before Taken was released, Liam Neeson was not really known as an actor for action movies. He had appeared in such movies as Batman Begins, Star Wars Phantom Menace or Gangs of New York, but was mostly recognized for Schindler’s List, Rob Roy, Michael Collins or even Love Actually. Taken would change all this. In what I still view today as the most breathtaking hour of action in any western movie, we witness Neeson take on half of Paris underworld…

  • Paper Moon

    Paper Moon

    ★★★★

    Academy Award for the first movie. Not many actresses have achieved this unique feat starting their careers. Tatum O’Neal did just that in Paper Moon. Oddly enough, the then 10 year old actress was awarded the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, while she clearly was the main actress in Paper Moon. I wonder what idiotic rule at the time downgraded her to the Supporting category and I am pretty sure she would have eclipsed Glenda Jackson in the Best Actress…

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  • The Intouchables

    The Intouchables

    ★★★★½

    A match made in heaven. When you see François Cluzet and Omar Sy in Intouchables, you’ll certainly understand why this was such a planetary success. This is the incredible true story of a tetraplegic man finding true friendship for life when he hires a life aide with a criminal record and no particular medical skills who takes him at face value without showing false compassion. The friendship between those two men is depicted in a sensitive, funny manner provoking many…

  • No Time to Die

    No Time to Die

    ★★★★½

    Full Circle. No Time to die ends the 5 film adventure of Daniel Craig as James Bond 007. Basically this was just one really long story since Casino Royale, permitting the five different movies to tell a tale of their own, but tying them together through a series of subplots culminating in this final chapter. No Time to Die is a reminder of what Bond movies were, featuring a maniac villain in his lair, alluding to On her Majesty’s Secret…