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Wilmington on DVD: Ingmar Bergman R.I.P.

Throughout his life and unrivaled career, he was dismissed by some critics as arty, pretentious and too apolitical. But those judgments say far more about his critics than about his work. The young Bergman loved film noir (especially the thrillers of Raoul Walsh and Michael Curtiz), and he once called western movie master John Ford the greatest living director. He was no snob, and he could be scathing when he detected snobbery in others. >More
 Wilmington on DVD: The Great Patriotic War

Ivan's Childhood is still a dazzler and a shocker, an anti-war film of jolting intensity and shimmering lyricism >More
 Wilmington on DVD: Good news is no news

Billy Wilder's dark masterpiece of '50s newspaper drama rips up the sleazy underside of the American media game, with Kirk Douglas in one of his primo "postwar heel" roles as Chuck Tatum, a ruthless big city headline reporter fallen on hard times. >More
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