A knight fresh back from the Crusades plays a pivotal game of chess with Death.
A journalist attempts to track down the real story of newspaper mogul Charles Foster Kane.
A delinquent boy in Paris grows up and discovers himself.
A girl from Kansas ends up in a magical world where she must find the wizard if she wants to go home.
A dreamy-eyed girl arrives in Los Angeles but her dreams do not turn out quite the way she planned it.
A girl in France makes a deal with a man-turned-beast to save her father.
A young boy in a coal-mining town in England takes on ballet dancing against his father's wishes.
A young boy in Italy is obsessed with movies and befriends his small town's film operator.
A police detective in San Francisco is given a case that threatens to unhinge him.
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Top Ten Films To Watch Over and Over Again
What movies are better on a second (or third) viewing? Here is a list of movies you can watch over and over again.
Posted by Greig Roselli at 11:00 PM
Labels: essential cinema, Film, list, Movies & TV
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