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Double Features
List creator: NGitomer
Created on: November 14, 2004 - 9:47 AM PST
Description: These are some good ideas for double features, some connection are more tenuous than others. Feel free to send me your own double feat's.

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Lost in Translation (2003)
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Blow-Up (1966)
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Not Rated
  Both two incredibly deliberately paced films that, after you are done watching, are totally worth it.
Vertigo (Special Edition) (1958)
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Bell, Book and Candle (1958)
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Not Rated
  This is great fun, because, like Vertigo, Bell Book and Candle also stars James Stewart and Kim Novak, but rather than being a creepy movie about stalking is a lighthearted comedy about witches that also features Jack Lemmon as a crazy beatnik witch.
Play It Again, Sam (1972)
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Annie Hall (1977)
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  If you like Annie Hall you might wanna see where it all came from, with the same plot same actors, but different character names.
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964)
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A Woman Is a Woman (Criterion Collection) (1961)
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  Let Jacques Demy build the musical up for you, before letting JL Godard tear it down.
Lolita (1962)
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Not Rated
Being There (1979)
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  Two films that feature, in the first 20 or so minutes, scenes of Peter Sellers with covered furniture.
Zoolander (2001)
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Pootie Tang (2001)
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  Two social issue dramas in the forms of uproarious and belligerently inane comedy.
Bananas (1971)
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Sleeper (1973)
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  Two Woody Allen movies featuring the song of the Rebels: "Rebels are we, Born to be free, Just like the fish in the sea!"
Duck Soup (The Marx Brothers Silver Screen Collection) (1933)
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Not Rated
The Great Dictator (Criterion) (1940)
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  Marx Bros & Chaplin comment on war and poverty.
Family Plot (1976)
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Smile (1975)
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  Bruce Dern at his swarthy best.
Lola (1961)
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Breathless (1960)
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  Americans playing Americans in French Nouvelle Vague films. (Jean Seberg in Breathless and the sailor guy in Lola)
Songs For Cassavetes (2001)
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Sun Ra: The Cry of Jazz (1958)
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  This pair shows the genesis and structure behind two forms of music, mid to late 90s indie rock in the case of Songs For Cassavettes and late-era jazz music in The Cry of Jazz. The spirit remains.

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