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  • Edward Scissorhands
  • Volver
  • The Witch
  • Eyes Wide Shut

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  • American Pie

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  • Leave Her to Heaven

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  • Great Freedom

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  • Friday the 13th

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  • Marie Antoinette

    Marie Antoinette

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    Probably the coolest period piece I've ever seen. It took me like twenty minutes to really engage with the story, but once I did I had a great time and felt in love with Sofia Coppola's vision.
    You know, there are lots of movies I can list that are profoundly historically accurate, but they don't necessarily make an effort to create empathy with the characters on a more human level, so...

  • Barbarella

    Barbarella

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    Wanda Sykes once said: "Barbarella, Jane? What the hell were you thinking? And these nice people are giving you an award after BARBARELLA? Proven people are willing to forgive anything."

    So glad she's hosting the Oscars this year.

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  • Pacarrete

    Pacarrete

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    A Norma Desmond de Russas.

  • Mrs. America

    Mrs. America

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    β€” Shall we have dinner?
    β€” It's at 6. It's always at 6.

    Phyllis Schlafly's last line in Mrs. America says it all. As does her last scene. She's in the kitchen peeling apples, and the clock in its wall seems to have stopped. But we hear the ticking. We still do.