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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: Preston Sturges' 'The Lady Eve'

    With "The Lady Eve," Preston Sturges made cinema's funniest, sexiest, most romantic con artist film.

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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: Brian De Palma's 'Blow Out'

    Brian De Palma and John Travolta made a masterful thriller about the power and limits of the movies and voyeurism with "Blow Out."

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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: F.W. Murnau's 'Nosferatu, A Symphony of Horror'

    F.W. Murnau jump-started horror cinema and the vampire movie with this German Expressionist classic.

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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: Charlie Chaplin's 'The Gold Rush'

    Hate the snow? Could be worse. Could be stuck in a cabin with a guy trying to eat you.

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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: Alfred Hitchcock's 'Rear Window'

    This week's pick is the Master of Suspense's ultimate portrayal of voyeurism.

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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: Jim Jarmusch's 'Dead Man'

    Remember when Johnny Depp wasn't embarrassing?

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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: Michael Mann's 'Thief'

    Michael Mann made a superb debut with the crackerjack thriller "Thief."

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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: Stanley Kubrick's 'The Shining'

    It's cold out there, folks. Maybe we can all keep warm at the Overlook Hotel forever...and ever...and ever.

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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: Leo McCarey's 'Duck Soup'

    "Hail! Hail! Freedonia" and political farce in this week's Criticwire Classic.

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    Criticwire Classic of the Week: Robert Altman's 'McCabe and Mrs. Miller'

    Winter is a character as well as a force in Robert Altman's melancholy masterpiece.

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