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    Here's How They Brought 'A Hard Day's Night' Back to Life

    Fifty years after its premiere, "A Hard Day's Night" returns to theaters in a newly restored version.

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    Beatles Classic 'A Hard Day's Night' Getting Nationwide Anniversary Release

    Pop culture phenomenon "A Hard Day's Night" opens nationwide this July 4th in a 50th Anniversary Re-Release. The film, starring The Beatles as wily, exuberant versions of themselves, has been digitally restored by the Criterion Collection.

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    Watch: Trailer For The Beatles' Restored 'A Hard Day's Night,' 50th Anniversary Re-Release Coming This Summer

    “It was 50 years ago today...”: that's both a misquote and a reference to the wrong album, but never mind, because listen up. This summer will mark half a century since the release of “A Hard Day's Night,” the Beatles' first feature film and one of the most important pieces of musical cinema ever ma...

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    Paolo Sorrentino Explains How 'The Great Beauty' Is About More Than Italy's Weary Upper Class

    To a certain extent, "The Great Beauty" is a fantasy film lost in the vivid corners of its lead character's mind.

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    Watch: New Poster & Trailer For Re-Release Of Harold Lloyd's Silent Classic 'Safety Last!'

    You already know the iconic image of Harold Lloyd hanging on the arm of a clock for dear life, way up high on the side of a building, as traffic races below. But you may not be familiar with "Safety Last!" the hilarious, silent film classic that moment comes from. Thankfully, Janus Films are bringin...

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    Great Poster For Janus Films' Re-Release Of Jean-Luc Godard's 'Weekend'

    With French New Wave legend Jean Luc-Godard spending the latter part of his career making interesting curiosities like "Film Socialisme" that are pretty much only appreciated by his small, but diehard fanbase, it's easy to forget that one point, his name alone would have lineups forming around the b...

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    Janus Films Takes U.S. Rights To Aki Kaurismaki's Cannes Crowd Pleaser 'Le Havre'

    While Sundance Selects Grabs Nanni Moretti's 'Habemus Papum'One of the more puzzling outcomes of the Cannes Film Festival has been the failure of Aki Kaurismaki's "Le Havre," which was second only to "The Artist" as far as crowd-pleasing hits on the Croisette go, to land a distributor. Sure, Kaurism...

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