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Jonathan Demme has passed away at age 73, leaving behind a legacy of amazing films. Thanks to modern technology, you can now host your own Demme film festival by streaming many of his biggest hits. Check out where to stream the cream of the crop below.
*”The Manchurian Candidate” (2004) — Watch it Here
*”Who Am I This Time?” (from “PBS’ American Playhouse”) (1982) — Watch it Here
*”A Master Builder” (2014) — Watch it Here
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*”Citizen’s Band” (1977) — Rent it Here
*”Stop Making Sense” (1984) — Rent it Here
*”Swing Shift” (1984) — Rent it Here
*”Married To The Mob” (1988) — Rent it Here
*”The Silence of the Lambs” (1991) — Rent it Here
*”Philadelphia” (1993) — Rent it Here
*”Beloved” (1998) — Rent it Here
*”Storefront Hitchcock” (1998) — Rent it Here
- William Earl
Check out these essentials even if you don’t catch the new movie.
Another week, another live-action remake of an animated classic. Well, you could argue that most of Ghost in the Shell isn’t really live action, since there’s so much that’s CG. You could also say it’s not a remake so much as a new adaptation of a Japanese comic book. Regardless, a lot of it is a pretty faithful copy, so a good percentage of this week’s list of Movies to Watch could apply to the manga or the anime versions of the story (I’m making it a given that you should see the original). That’s good for any of you boycotting the new movie due to its whitewashing controversy.
These 12 titles are worth seeing either way:
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