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Ben Affleck's directed two great crime dramas set in his beloved Boston, watching them together makes for a great movie night.
Behind the Curtain with Darren Aronofsky
The director brings a raw grittiness to two very different forms of entertainment.
Bend My Reality (1)
Both movies that toy with the nature of our realities and are smart and stylish sci-fi as well.
Bend My Reality (2): The Matrix Sequels
Reloaded/Revolutions together make for a powerful story and an intense experience. Watch them apart and the magic is lost, especially since Revolutions is basically the climax that doesn't stand very well on it's own as a movie.
Bend My Reality (3)
Our minds are complicated machines and these movies provide three different visions of how they might work (or go haywire).
Bittersweet Romance (1)
Life gets in the way of romance sometimes, but love conquers all (mostly, kinda sorta anyway).
Bittersweet Romance (2)
Romances that end, but getting to the end makes an interesting story.
Great movies with superb acting and direction, but set in three completely different eras of history.
Detective Dramas (1)
Cops, private investigators, sociopaths and complicated stories.
Detective Dramas (2): Sociopaths, anyone?
Detective Dramas (3): Subtitles, anyone?
Detective Dramas (4): Private Investigations
Family Dynamics (1): Ang Lee
Family Dynamics (2): The Indian Family
Both movies are directed by female directors, both expatriate Indians, both focusing their lens on Indian families, both great movies.
(Dysfunctional) Family Dynamics (3)
The Ineptness of Michael Cera
Michael Cera has made a career so far out of playing inept teenagers, here's some of the funniest.
Intense Sporty Dramas from Clint Eastwood
Jane Austen Movie Night (1)
First watch her stories...
Jane Austen Movie Night (2)
Jane Austen Movie Night (3)
Now watch her story ... then revel with other fans of her work.
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