His Dark Materials
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Kurosawa's MacBeth - another key example of the way the fusion of Western and Japanese themes and trans-Pacific borrowing happened on both sides of the ocean(s).
Moving story of desperation and forgiveness; and fascinating as a look at its style of reenactment.
Very well-made, and Daniel Day-Lewis is very good. My only criticism is that I felt too distanced from Lincoln as a person.
Two crazy people who fall in love... Isn't it everyone's favorite type of story when it's done well?
Thrilling account of a hostage rescue. I only wish it had tackled the topic by starting the film a bit earlier in time... or waiting to wrap things up for a few years later.