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Flesh (1968)
Director: Paul Morrissey
Produced by Andy Warhol and taking place in a New York awash with free love and free-flowing drugs, this tale of hustlers, dealers and sexual adventurers is frank, absorbing and surprisingly amusing.
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Rebel Without A Cause (1955)
Director: Nicholas Ray
As a teenage loner who involves himself in knife fights and road races, James Dean created an icon for a generation adrift, while Ray's direction created a timeless tale of teenage disaffection. Read Review
Santa Sangre (1989)
Director: Alejandro Jodorowsky
Sick, twisted and very, very bloody, Jodorowsky's tale of madness, revenge and hacked-off limbs draws from a variety of inspirations, culminating in an influential freakshow of a movie. Read Review
Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006)
Director: Gore Verbinski
While it's confused and bloated, the first Pirates sequel pleased crowds by giving them exactly what they wanted: more Captain Jack. Read Review
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Enter The Dragon (1973)
Director: Robert Clouse
The movie that introduced the wider world to the bone-cracking kung fu icon that was Bruce Lee, Clouse's martial-arts funhouse - hall of mirrors and all - still sets the benchmark for all chopsocky actioners. Read Review

Into The Wild (2007)
Director: Sean Penn
Penn's fourth feature takes him into previously uncharted territory with a true-life tale about a young hobo explorer and his quest to truly escape modern life in America. Using the entire country as his backdrop, this is Penn's most ambitious movie yet. Read Review

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