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Serious G
List creator: AKrizman
Created on: May 11, 2003 - 8:33 PM PDT
Description: Movies that are true to their artistic integrity, but are incidentally Rated G (as opposed to G-Rated movies that sacrifice artistic merit in an attempt to market to a demographic)

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2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
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  An unrivaled science fiction epic that ages well despite its dated title.
Dersu Uzala (1975)
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  Akira Kurosawa's meticulously composed cinematography was a perfect match for the stark Siberian landscapes. A relentlessly lovely film.
Babette's Feast (Criterion) (1987)
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  Like 'Chocolat' and 'Pleasantville', this movie explores the relationship between puritanism and hedonism. Unlike these movies, however, 'Babette's Feast' takes an unbiased look and doesn't presume any verdict.
The Straight Story (1999)
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  Only David Lynch could make this wholesome human interest story. If Forest Whitaker or Ron Howard had gotten their sappy hands on it, this subtle story of redemption and stubborn pride would be overwhelmed by hackneyed sentimentality.
The Winslow Boy (1999)
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  In an unexpected departure, this legal drama is not set in a gavel-punctuated courtroom. In fact, not much of the story is dedicated to investigating the crime the boy is accused of. The verdict is less a mystery than the motivations of other characters.
Not One Less (1999)
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  Preferrable to the other G-Rated Yimou Zhang movie The Road Home because the steadfastly devoted hero is committed to keeping her students, instead of being obsessed with a man she's never met.

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