THE LITTLE PRINCE
2016, Netflix, 108 min, France/Canada, Dir: Mark Osborne

When a little girl befriends an aging aviator, he tells her fantastical stories about an extraterrestrial prince in this beautiful adaptation of the worldwide bestseller about childhood wonder and adult limitations. Produced in France (where it won a Best Animated Feature César Award), THE LITTLE PRINCE features a mix of CG and stop-motion animation and an all-star voice cast including Jeff Bridges, Rachel McAdams, James Franco and Marion Cotillard. “Antoine de Saint-Exupery's timeless classic gets a loving 21st-century makeover, especially in its handcrafted stop-motion sequences.” – Scott Foundas, Variety.


OUR MAN FLINT
1966, 20th Century Fox, 107 min, Dir: Daniel Mann

Lean, mean loving machine Derek Flint (James Coburn) takes on the evil boys at GALAXY in a struggle for world domination and a good recipe for bouillabaisse. Essential Swinging ’60s equipment here: a cigarette lighter with 83 different functions. With Lee J. Cobb and Gila Golan, and a terrific, super-spy score by composer Jerry Goldsmith.


RAW FORCE
1982, Vinegar Syndrome, 86 min, USA, Dir: Edward D. Murphy

When members of the Burbank Kung Fu club go on a jaunt to a mysterious tropical island, they enter what can only be described as an outrageous episode of “Gilligan's Island” concocted on psychedelic drugs. Now Burbank's finest must push their skills to the limit against a horde of zombified martial arts masters, gun-toting white slave traders and a strange cult of monks. RAW FORCE is an action-packed exploitation film tour de force slathered in madness and gore.


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