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A Woman Under the Influence

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Cassavetes most accomplished achievement. Staggeringly honest. Gena Rowlands and Peter Falk are mesmerizing. The love that permeates every scene is overwhelming. There are no easy answers throughout this heart-wrenching family drama. (Although, it is not without its humor.) The main protagonist is a woman who feels influenced to behave and act a certain way. In some respects, she represents the artist’s spirit – that which does not fall victim to conformism. In the end though, it’s the heart-felt emotion towards the family (in particular the kids) that makes this film an indelible emotional experience.

A housewife, trapped in an unhappy marriage, plunges into madness.
93% liked it

R, 2 hr. 35 min.

Director: John Cassavetes

Released: Jan 1, 1975

DVD: Jun 29, 1998

Husbands

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Cassavetes in his most jaw-dropping and revealing portrayal of flawed characters. Unforgettable.

A trio on the brink on male menopause search for lost youth, moving from barroom to basketball court to gaming tables, to a series of sordid hotel (more…)
86% liked it

PG-13, 2 hr. 30 min.

Director: John Cassavetes

Released: Dec 8, 1970

DVD: Aug 18, 2009

Love Streams

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Cassavetes’ final masterpiece. A culmination of his life’s work. Filmmaking like this is as rare as a three-eyed cat.

While a successful writer researches an upcoming book on love for sale, a onetime girlfriend struggles through a divorce and custody case.
88% liked it

PG-13, 2 hr. 16 min.

Director: John Cassavetes

Released: Aug 24, 1984

Minnie and Moskowitz

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The screwiest screwball comedy there is. One of the most unique “true love” stories. Seymour Cassel and Rowlands are truly remarkable.

Can a straight-laced woman find happiness with a scruffy hippie who has a bad habit of getting beaten up? Minnie Moore (Gena Rowlands) was a prom (more…)
45% want to see it

PG, 1 hr. 54 min.

Director: Director:John C…, John Cassavetes

DVD: Jan 25, 2000

Faces

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Cassavetes’ first masterpiece. Incredibly groundbreaking for its time. True hysteria captured with an unflinching eye.

An intense study of the breakup of a 14-year-old marriage using a cinema-verite style.
89% liked it

R, 2 hr. 9 min.

Director: John Cassavetes

Released: Nov 24, 1968

DVD: Apr 6, 1999

The Killing of a Chinese Bookie

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The definitive Cassavetes film. His attempt at film noir. Brilliant stuff. To hell with “slick” movie-making!

A sleazy nightclub manager, in debt to the mob, is pressured to wipe out an underworld power.
83% liked it

R, 1 hr. 49 min.

Director: John Cassavetes

Released: Feb 15, 1976

DVD: Apr 6, 1999

Opening Night

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Cassavetes’ most challenging film. Perfectly capturing the female star dealing with old age. This was his and Gena’s answer to Bette Davis and Joan Crawford in “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?”

After viewing the accidental death of a devoted fan, a famous actress re-examines her professional and personal relationships.
91% liked it

PG-13, 2 hr. 24 min.

Director: John Cassavetes

Released: Dec 22, 1977

DVD: Jun 29, 1998

Gloria

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Cassavetes wrote this script with Gena in mind. He never intended on directing it. It’s most definitely his most commercial film. (Leon the Professional stole a great deal from it.) Rowlands is a sight to behold and the child actor is also absolutely wonderful. Despite its Hollywood story (and over the top score), Cassavetes still manages to imbue definitive non-cliche moments, with original dialogue and honest character moments.

Gloria, the quintessential “tough-talkin’ dame” — complete with time in prison and ties to the mob — has put those days behind her, now living a (more…)
78% liked it

PG, 2 hr. 1 min.

Director: John Cassavetes

Released: Oct 1, 1980

DVD: Feb 25, 2003

Shadows

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Cassavetes’ groundbreaking debut. While the French New Wave were making headlines overseas, Cassavetes was unassumingly making this little gem. Instigating the birth of Independent American Cinema.

A portrayal of the psychological lives of three black siblings living in midtown Manhattan.
81% liked it

PG, 1 hr. 21 min.

Director: John Cassavetes

Released: Jan 1, 1959

DVD: Apr 7, 1998

Mikey and Nicky

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The best Cassavetes film not made by Cassavetes. Elaine May directed this masterpiece film noir. Cassavetes stars (and co-wrote) along with Peter Falk. May is one of the most underrated filmmakers of the 70s.

Nicki is on the run from the mob, and he turns to old pal Mikey for help.
81% liked it

R, 1 hr. 59 min.

Director: Elaine May

Released: Jan 1, 1976

DVD: Dec 21, 2004