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Max

Speculative biographies are a risky business, particularly when it comes to a figure of such enormous historical consequence as Adolph Hitler. Writer Menno Meyjes (THE COLOR PURPLE, THE SIEGE) makes his directorial debut with just such a project: a f… (more)

Released: 2002

Rating: R

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After U.S. Marine Kyle Wincott is killed in Afghanistan, Max, his highly trained service dog, is too traumatized to remain in service. Back in the U.S (more…)
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Wed Aug 3 4:05pm
Max FLIXe

John Cusack as a fictional, one-armed Jewish art dealer who does his best to nurture the dreams of a fellow WWI vet: Adolf Hitler (Noah Taylor). Controversial, to say the least, but first-time director Menno Meyjes deserves credit for trying. Budapest subs (more…)

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Max FLIXe

John Cusack as a fictional, one-armed Jewish art dealer who does his best to nurture the dreams of a fellow WWI vet: Adolf Hitler (Noah Taylor). Controversial, to say the least, but first-time director Menno Meyjes deserves credit for trying. Budapest subs (more…)

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  • Released: 2002
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Speculative biographies are a risky business, particularly when it comes to a figure of such enormous historical consequence as Adolph Hitler. Writer Menno Meyjes (THE COLOR PURPLE, THE SIEGE) makes his directorial debut with just such a project: a f… (more)

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