#21

Solaris 1972

Solaris is a contemplative film that explores the unknown: in deep space and in the human soul. Researchers orbiting a distant planet try to communicate with a mysterious alien presence, and the entity responds by sending … More

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Queen of Blood is a silly film, the perfect fodder for a few beers and goofy commentary from your drunken pals. It is also a nexus for Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon fans.
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#20

Akira 1988

Captivating, violent and action-packed, Akira is an epic anime film set in a corrupt Tokyo of the future. Scientists unlock God-like powers in a troubled teenager and, as his growing powers corrupt him, he draws his friends into a battle to save Tokyo from a devastating … More

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Starring Antonio Banderas and Melanie Griffith, Automata comes from the successful Spanish director Gabe Ibàñez, who has a long history of working in visual effects for both commercials and movies. … More

This album looks amazing: the cover looks like the ‘Encounter’ restaurant built at the LAX airport in 1962. The composer, Frank Comstock, wrote the themes to Dragnet, Happy Days and the Disney Main Street Electrical Parade … More

#19

WALL·E 2008

At its heart, WALL·E is a simple and charming love story between two mismatched robots. But it is also a space adventure that sweeps a little robot off the trash-filled and abandoned planet Earth onto a distant … More

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A roller coaster ride of violence and dark humor, A Clockwork Orange, follows a cheerful – and brutal – young hoodlum who steals what he pleases with a smile and a swift punch. In a future England, he and his mates go … More

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