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Lola (Twinky)
Lola (Twinky) (1972)
50 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A thirty eight year old novelist and a sixteen year old girl decide to get married and more to America. A strange drama that deals with an unusual and borderline tasteless subject without feeling exploitational. However, it is also dull and quite simply hard to care for.

Black Souls
Black Souls (2015)
8 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The $1,000,000 Duck
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A man finds a duck who, having been exposed to radiation, lays golden eggs. Things go well until the treasury department finds out about it. The typical example of a film based around one simple premise which feels like a one trick pony. Its charming household style is at least twenty years late in cinematic terms, yet the film somehow manages to have its rare funny moments.

Kid Dynamite
Kid Dynamite (1943)
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Mugs, leader of his gang, thinks a fellow member Danny is trying to steal his glory and taint his reputation. Though in this film a World War Two propagandist message eventually takes over quite heavily, particularly in its final part, there is a nice message about growing up. On top of that, in the tradition of other East Side Kids films, this one is not only entertaining but also a portrayal of street life with more guts and satire on the real deal setting than most counterparts of the time.

The Driver
The Driver (1978)
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

An exceptionally talented driver of getaway cars in robberies hasn't been caught yet. But a detective on his trail makes it a personal goal to do catch him. An exciting action film with plenty of gripping car chases. The quality of Walter Hill's film is enhanced by the performances, particularly Bruce Dern's turn as the self assured detective, who is magnetic, intense and conceals a certain hint at madness that uncovers a powerful undertone of obsession in this actioner from the late seventies that alone is able to distinguish it from the countless other flicks like it that were being made around that time.