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CLASSIC MOVIE SUNDAYS: Pulp Fiction (1994)

Georgios Merkouris

It is a daunting task to talk about this film, given how much of an impact it has had. To this day, it continues to influence cinema. It revitalized independent filmmaking, revived the careers of John Travolta and Bruce Willis, as well as made its director a household name.

CLASSIC MOVIE SUNDAYS: McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971)

Georgios Merkouris

Robert Altman’s elegiac masterwork represents a radical departure from previously established Hollywood filmmaking. Chronicling life in America’s frontier past, this classic follows John “Pudgy” McCabe (Warren Beatty), a gambler who arrives in the town of Presbyterian Church and establishes a brothel as his business.

CLASSIC MOVIE SUNDAYS: The Rules of the Game (1939)

Georgios Merkouris

Expectations for “The Rules of the Game” couldn’t have been higher. Fresh off of a string of successful and beloved films, lauded director Jean Renoir wanted his next film to be "a precise description of the bourgeois of our age." This was meant to be a comedy that would relieve the director’s mind from the pessimism arising at the onset of another World War.