In 2002, Legendary Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki released his much anticipated Spirited Away in Japan and crushed the Japanese box office. The following year, he won the Academy Award for best animated feature. But does the film about a petulant young girl forced to save her parents from a cruel fate in a land filled with ancient spirits deserve to be considered to be one of if not the best animated film of all time? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster check in and see for themselves.

 

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In 1987, just years since his breakout debut, Errol Morris returned to theaters tackling a true crime case of a man that was seemingly railroaded to death row for the death of a police officer based on flimsy evidence and even flimsier witnesses. But was justice served or did a killer get away to commit more horrendous crimes? The Thin Blue Line tries its best to answer that. But does it do that job well? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster try their best to answer that.

 

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In 1992, American society was going through a transition in a post-Cold War world. From that transition comes Joel Schumacher's Falling Down, a darkly comedic character study about an angry white middle-class man rampaging through Los Angeles trying to get to his daughter's birthday party and refusing to let anyone stand in his way. But does the film deserve the film's acclaim or does it deserve a solid thrashing? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster find out.

 

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In 1992, American society was going through a transition in a post-Cold War world. From that transition comes Joel Schumacher's Falling Down, a darkly comedic character study about an angry white middle-class man rampaging through Los Angeles trying to get to his daughter's birthday party and refusing to let anyone stand in his way. But does the film deserve the film's acclaim or does it deserve a solid thrashing? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster find out.

 

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In 1975, a young filmmaker named Stuart Cooper was working with the Imperial War Museum to make a World War II documentary about the individual soldier until he decided to make Overlord, a war film using unused war footage about a young man sent off to fight for Britain and is part of the first wave to hit the beach at Normandy and to meet him impending fate. But does the film revolutionize war movies or the product of a lazy filmmaker? Eric, Kent & Lobster check the reels to find out.

 

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