While it is relatively easy to find information on the latest romantic comedy vehicle from 20th Century Fox or the latest apocalyptic disaster from Warner Brothers, finding substantial material online about quality foreign films and classics of various cinematic movements is a bit trickier. Fortunately for cineastes, there is the Masters of Cinema website, which provides links to information about...
Right from the beginning, this interesting site lets users know immediately what perspective they will encounter here: "This site caters specifically to those who find an impotent similarity in the 'New Releases' section of a video store and whatever's 'coming to a theater near you'". The site was launched in 2001 and features film reviews from a rotating staff, a section of discussion boards, and...
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