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Editor’s Choice Recommended Films You May Not Have Heard About

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1935
Mutiny on the Bounty — A drama based on the novel Mutiny on the Bounty.
1960
Psycho — “Good evening.” Alfred Hitchcock set the standard with this smash hit based on a true story, which was before the dawning age of slasher films had arrived. Based on the book Psycho, cosmic horror writer Robert Bloch was inspired by Ed Gein, found guilty but legally insane.
1962
The Manchurian Candidate — A neo-noir political thriller that was uncomfortably prescient (read conveniently suppressed) in its own time and considered ahead of its time, comes eerily equipped with genuine Lincoln Motif, overtly suggestive of presidential assassination, all leading to the queen of diamonds. Concerns brainwashed son who becomes an unwitting patsy.
1964
Fail Safe — Cold War tensions between the Soviet Union and the United States lead to a nuclear showdown.
1967
Barefoot in the Park — A lighthearted comedy that focuses on a newlywed couple and their adventures in Greenwich Village. The film stars Jane Fonda and Robert Redford.
The President’s Analyst — The theme deals with privacy concerns regarding Telecom, linked with government while prying into private lives of citizens.
1968
2001: A Space Odyssey — An epic science-fiction film produced and directed by Stanley Kubrick, also famous for Eyes Wide Shut, The Shining, Dr. Strangelove, among other blockbuster hits. The screenplay was ‘partially’ inspired by the Arthur Clarke short story The Sentinel.
1974
Great Expectations — A 1974 made for television film based on the Charles Dickens 1861 novel Great Expectations.
The Parallax View — A political thriller concerning a reporter’s investigation into a secretive organization and the primary is assassination. Director Alan Pakula is notable for a string of hit movies.
1975
Dog Day Afternoon — A depiction of events surrounding a 1972 Brooklyn bank robbery, involving American bank robber John Wojtowicz, which was played by Al Pacino. A crime drama directed by Sidney Lumet.
1978
Telefon — A spy film starring Charles Bronson, Donald Pleasence and Lee Remick. “And miles to go before I sleep.” Repeat.
1979
Winter Kills — It follows the events surrounding the assassination of President Kegan. Who Killed Winter Kills? After an all-star cast finally gets the film finished, it was suppressed due to the political nature.
1980
A Tale of Two Cities — A 1980 American made-for-television historical drama based on the Charles Dickens novel set in the French Revolution, also called A Tale of Two Cities.
1981
Reds — An epic drama centering on journalist John Reed, remembered for his first-hand account of the Bolshevik Revolution.
1987
The Princess Bride — A romantic fantasy adventure comedy based on the the 1973 novel written by William Goldman, titled The Princess Bride.
1995
Twelve Monkeys — A neo-noir science fiction thriller where a deadly virus wipes out almost all of humanity, involving the Army of the Twelve Monkeys.
1998
Enemy of the State — Suddenly a lawyer named Robert Clayton Dean (Will Smith) becomes deeply involved and eventually corresponds with Brill Lyle (Gene Hackman) who happens to be a former NSA agent. Welcome to the surveillance state. View The President’s Analyst (1967).
1999
The Matrix — A blockbuster science fiction thriller depicting a dystopian future where existence enters a simulated reality called ‘the Matrix’, saturated with philosophy. Take the blue pill or the red pill.
2001
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring — An epic high fantasy adventure based on the book by Tolkien, the ‘father’ of modern fantasy literature: The Fellowship of the Ring, first part of the trilogy series.
2004
The Phantom of the Opera — A film adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 1986 musical, based on the 1910 French novel Le Fantôme de l’Opéra by Gaston Leroux, commonly known as The Phantom of the Opera.
2005
Pride & Prejudice — A romantic drama based on the Jane Austen 1813 novel, titled Pride and Prejudice.
2006
The Good Shepherd — A fictional based on real events, telling the story of the birth of intelligence. Includes an all-star cast. You talkin’ to me?
2010
The Ghost Writer — A political thriller directed by Roman Polanski, famous for movies such as Rosemary’s Baby, The Ninth Gate, and Macbeth.


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