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Robert Hatch


  • FilmJanuary 9, 2009

    The Sorrow and the Pity

    Marcel Ophuls documents Vichy France's shameful collaboration with Nazi Germany.

    Robert Hatch

  • FilmJanuary 8, 2009

    Raging Bull

    Robert DeNiro put on sixty pounds during the course of filming, probably by swallowing all that Hershey's syrup Martin Scorsese used for blood in the brutal black and white fight scenes.

    Robert Hatch

  • FilmJanuary 8, 2009

    Annie Hall

    Of all the shiksa goddesses that Woody Allen created, none could top Annie Hall. "La-dee-da, la-dee-da..."

    Robert Hatch

  • FilmJanuary 7, 2009

    East of Eden

    James Dean makes his motion picture debut in this Elia Kazan movie film of John Steinbeck's novel set in rural California, just prior to America's involvement in World War I.

    Robert Hatch

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  • FilmJanuary 5, 2009

    Norma Rae

    While no flying nun, Salley Field is no less than heavenly as a wife and mother, organizing her fellow workers in a Southern textile factory.

    Robert Hatch

  • FilmJanuary 4, 2009

    The Bridge on the River Kwai

    A brutal tale that, ironically, sent thousands of moviegoers on their way whistling a happy tune.

    Robert Hatch

  • FilmJanuary 3, 2009

    2001: A Space Odyssey

    Stanley Kubrick's exploration of nearly every popular sci-fi theme has since become firmly rooted in our cultural landscape

    Robert Hatch

  • FilmJanuary 3, 2009

    Dr. Strangelove

    Stanley Kubrick's chilling black comedy satirized fanatical cold war militarism.

    Robert Hatch

  • FilmJanuary 2, 2009

    The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie

    Six people sit down for dinner and never get around to actually eating.

    Robert Hatch

  • FilmJanuary 2, 2009

    Jaws

    All it took were three mechanical sharks and a two-note tuba chorus. In the summer of 1975, the fish had the oceans to themselves.

    Robert Hatch

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