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13. The General

directed by Buster Keaton There’s a pivotal moment near the end of Buster Keaton’s 1926 landmark film that is so incredibly gobsmacking, you can’t help but ask the same question you find yourself asking about five times in every one...

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22. Anchorman

directed by Adam McKay If any movie could qualify as the post-modern Airplane! (which would be a great name for a third album), it’s Anchorman. It unequivocally solidified Will Ferrell’s brand of comedy and character-type – seismically self-involved celebrity. It...

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Jason’s Top Ten of 2011

I love the movies and I love to love movies. But I’m one of those people who don’t think 2011 was anything close to a great year for movies. Not as good as 2004, 2007, or 2010. But, as in...

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5. Steven Spielberg

STEVEN SPIELBERG JAWS, RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK, SCHINDLER’S LIST, E.T. THE EXTRA TERRESTRIAL, MUNICH Without a doubt, one of the pre-eminent masters of the art of cinema. He is, on his own, what Pixar aspires to as a collective....