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Adopt-a-Movie (suggestions)

101 Films.

IshtarIshtar (1987)
Notoriously expensive offbeat comedy.
OrphansOrphans (1987)
Two delinquents attempt to rob a gangster, but tables turn to a point where he becomes their friend and mentor. Powerhouse drama.
DVD $35
Tough Guys Don't DanceTough Guys Don't Dance (1987)
This curious black comedy–come–film noir enigma will provide fascinating viewing for some. Based on the director's novel, it marked a…
DVD $35
Whales of August, TheWhales of August, The (1987)
A gently homespun slice of life in one's final years, with the joyous presence of late cinema icons Bette Davis, Lillian Gish and Vincent Price.
Down and Out in Beverly HillsDown and Out in Beverly Hills (1986)
Street bum Nick Nolte moves in to the plush home of neurotic fat cat Richard Dreyfuss and family, to amply comedic effect.
Max Mon AmourMax Mon Amour (1986)
Charlotte Rampling does her stuff... with a chimpanzee called Max? A very dry comedy with some decidedly dicey morality about Man and his closest…
DVD $35
Working GirlsWorking Girls (1986)
A frankly realistic, 'fly–on–the–wall' insight into the daily lives of women working in a high–class New York brothel.…
DVD $35
AlwaysAlways (Always...But Not Forever) (1985)
One–man–movie–machine Henry Jaglom transforms his own divorce into one of his typically witty naturalistic comedies. The couple…
DVD $35
Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy DeanCome Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean (1985)
The repressed anxieties and memories of five women are triggered when they congregate to celebrate their childhood hero, James Dean. Stunningly…
Great Wall, AGreat Wall, A (The Great Wall is A Great Wall) (1985)
The first American film to be shot in China follows a Chinese–American computer executive (the director) and his family to Peking where they…
DVD $35

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