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MOVIESThe World, the Flesh and the Devil
The first two acts are eerie and intriguing, but the picture loses its focus -- and its way -- with the introduction of the third character.
‐ Matt Brunson, Film FrenzyCandy
No one would ever mistake this for a "feel-good" romp, but its potency is unwavering.
‐ Matt Brunson, Film FrenzyOperation Crossbow
Although it doesn't rank in the upper echelons of WWII-set "men on a mission" movies (see: The Guns of Navarone, The Dirty Dozen, Where Eagles Dare), Operation Crossbow gets the gritty job done.
‐ Matt Brunson, Film Frenzy
AT HOMEBig Trouble in Little China
One of the more satisfying aspects of "Big Trouble in Little China" is its accessibility, bridging generational divides with bombastic confidence that you can't help but respect.The Story of Temple Drake
Criterion's long-awaited foray into pre-code dramas shines a spotlight on a strange and emotionally rich gem too often reduced to a titillating oddity that provoked the stricter enforcement of the Hays Code.RoboCop
This gnarly, amazing, quasi-hypocritical action thriller has been outfitted with an improved transfer and a superb bounty of extras. I'd buy that for a dollar.