• Pop Culture Imports: Park Chan-wook's Vengeance Trilogy, An Indian Millennial Comedy Series, and Lots of French Drama

    1 month ago - By Slash Film

    (Welcome to Pop Culture Imports , a column that compiles the best, wackiest, and weirdest foreign-language movies and TV shows streaming right now.)
    We're midway through October, so you're probably expecting some foreign horror flicks in this week's Pop Culture Imports. And you'll get them in time, but for now, let me indulge you in some French dramas. They're more interesting than they sound! Two of the said dramas are from electric French filmmaker Jacques Audiard , the director behind the searing prison drama Un prophète , while another features a stunning tour-de-force from Charlotte...
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  • 10 Great Movie Trilogies You've Probably Never Seen

    10 Great Movie Trilogies You've Probably Never Seen

    1 month ago - By Taste Of Cinema

    “A director makes only one movie in his life. Then he breaks it up and makes it again.”
    - Jean Renoir
    The critical designation of three films as a Trilogy is made to emphasize the Director's fixation on a particular subject or his development and treatment of a theme or style. The directors that have been included in this list are the ones who fall under the “auteur theory” of filmmaking mostly - where, as someone said that, “an auteur don't essentially make different films, rather he makes the same film again and again, imprinting himself in each one of them.”
    Here are some of the best...
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