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The Original Analogy: Mediating Transcendence in The Man Without Qualities
Related Content. Author: Rein Fernhout. This book introduces a new approach to the comparative study of sacred texts - here the Christian Bible, the Islamic Koran, the Hindu Veda and the Buddhist Tipiaka. The author demonstrates that, in spite of their great differences, these works show a fundamental analogy. Considered as canonical within their own religious context, each text possesses absolute authority in comparison with other authoritative texts from their respective religious traditions.
Critics Consensus: Slow-paced but heart-warming. Directed By: David Lynch. Critics Consensus: Intelligent, compelling, and packed with strong performances, The Insider is a potent corporate thriller.
Directed By: Michael Mann. Critics Consensus: The rare sequel that arguably improves on its predecessor, Toy Story 2 uses inventive storytelling, gorgeous animation, and a talented cast to deliver another rich moviegoing experience for all ages. Directed By: John Lasseter. Critics Consensus: In its depiction of one family, Yi Yi accurately and expertly captures the themes and details, as well as the beauty, of everyday life.
Directed By: Edward Yang. Critics Consensus: A haunting psychological drama, Time Out takes a penetrating look at the angst of the modern worker. Directed By: Laurent Cantet. Critics Consensus: The movie that catapulted Ang Lee into the ranks of upper echelon Hollywood filmmakers, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon features a deft mix of amazing martial arts battles, beautiful scenery, and tasteful drama. Directed By: Ang Lee. Critics Consensus: A feel good movie without an abundance of mush. Directed By: Rob Sitch. With a Friend like Harry Critics Consensus: A darkly funny thriller that's reminiscent of Hitchcock.
Directed By: Dominik Moll. Monsters, Inc.
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Critics Consensus: Clever, funny, and delightful to look at, Monsters, Inc. Critics Consensus: A suspenseful, gripping documentary that features an engaging cross section of American children. Directed By: Jeffrey Blitz. Critics Consensus: A clever and offbeat character study about two people discovering each other. Directed By: Jacques Audiard. Critics Consensus: Spirited Away is a dazzling, enchanting, and gorgeously drawn fairy tale that will leave viewers a little more curious and fascinated by the world around them.
Directed By: Hayao Miyazaki. Critics Consensus: Though it may not always convince, Bowling for Columbine asks important questions and provokes thought. Directed By: Michael Moore. Critics Consensus: The Two Towers balances spectacular action with emotional storytelling, leaving audiences both wholly satisfied and eager for the final chapter.
Directed By: Peter Jackson. Critics Consensus: With help from a strong performance by Leonardo DiCaprio as real-life wunderkind con artist Frank Abagnale, Steven Spielberg crafts a film that's stylish, breezily entertaining, and surprisingly sweet. Directed By: Steven Spielberg. Directed By: Roman Polanski. Critics Consensus: A coming-of-age tale marked by its authenticity. Directed By: Peter Sollett.
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Critics Consensus: A marvel to watch. Starring: Jacques Perrin. Critics Consensus: A bleak, but heartbreaking coming-of-age tale that resonates with truth. Directed By: Ken Loach.
Critics Consensus: Breathtakingly lovely and grounded by the stellar efforts of a well-chosen cast, Finding Nemo adds another beautifully crafted gem to Pixar's crown. Critics Consensus: A haunting depiction of a disintegrating family, and a powerful argument on the elusiveness of truth. Directed By: Andrew Jarecki.
Critics Consensus: Effectively balancing humor and subtle pathos, Sofia Coppola crafts a moving, melancholy story that serves as a showcase for both Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson. Directed By: Sofia Coppola. Critics Consensus: The Fog of War draws on decades of bitter experience to offer a piercing perspective on the Cold War from one of its major architects. Starring: Robert McNamara. Directed By: Errol Morris. Critics Consensus: Osama is bitterly honest, deeply disturbing, and utterly worth watching.
Directed By: Siddiq Barmak. Critics Consensus: A fascinating, enlightening behind-the-scenes look at the Al Jazeera network. Starring: Sameer Khader , Lt. Directed By: Jehane Noujaim.
Critics Consensus: Filled with engaging dialogue, Before Sunset is a witty, poignant romance, with natural chemistry between Hawke and Delpy. Directed By: Richard Linklater. Critics Consensus: In a striking debut, Moreno carries the movie and puts a human face on the drug trade. Directed By: Joshua Marston. Critics Consensus: With death-defying action sequences and epic historic sweep, Hero offers everything a martial arts fan could ask for.
Directed By: Zhang Yimou. Critics Consensus: Charming, thoughtful, and often funny, Sideways is a decidedly mature road trip comedy full of excellent performances. Directed By: Alexander Payne. Critics Consensus: Bringing loads of wit and tons of fun to the animated superhero genre, The Incredibles easily lives up to its name. Starring: Craig T. Jackson , Jason Lee.
Critics Consensus: A concise, entertaining documentary about the spectacular failure of Enron. Starring: Peter Coyote.
Directed By: Alex Gibney. Critics Consensus: An entertaining and gripping documentary that shows being confined to a wheelchair doesn't mean the fun has to end. Directed By: Dana Adam Shapiro. Critics Consensus: Full of wit, humor, and pathos, Stephen Frears' moving portrait looks at life of the British royals during the period after Princess Diana's death.
Directed By: Stephen Frears. Critics Consensus: Pan's Labyrinth is Alice in Wonderland for grown-ups, with the horrors of both reality and fantasy blended together into an extraordinary, spellbinding fable. Directed By: Guillermo del Toro. Directed By: Cristian Mungiu. Critics Consensus: A charming, captivating tale of love and music, Once sets the standard for the modern musical. Directed By: John Carney.
Critics Consensus: Fast-paced and stunningly animated, Ratatouille adds another delightfully entertaining entry -- and a rather unlikely hero -- to the Pixar canon. Critics Consensus: Charles Ferguson's documentary provides a good summary of the decisions that led to the mess in post-war Iraq, and offers politically interested audiences something they'd been looking for: a lowdown on the decision making. Lawrence Wilkerson , Colonel Paul Hughes. Critics Consensus: The King of Kong is funny and compelling with more than a few poignant insights into human behavior.
Directed By: Seth Gordon. Critics Consensus: The Band's Visit is both a clever, subtle slice-of-life comedy, and poignant cross-cultural exploration. Directed By: Eran Kolirin. Critics Consensus: Persepolis is an emotionally powerful, dramatically enthralling autobiographical gem, and the film's simple black-and-white images are effective and bold. Critics Consensus: James Marsh's doc about artist Phililppe Petit's artful caper brings you every ounce of suspense that can be wrung from a man on a suspended wire.
Directed By: James Marsh. Critics Consensus: Let the Right One In reinvigorates the seemingly tired vampire genre by effectively mixing scares with intelligent storytelling. Directed By: Tomas Alfredson.