Art House films are critically-acclaimed movies that don't necessarily cause a stampede at the box-office. These so-called 'minor' works are generally seen only at Film Festivals or a few selective theatres, but they stay in the mind, for better or worse. Below is a list of films in Alice's Collection that for one unexplained reason or another, generally didn't quite get the exposure they may have deserved when originally released. Enjoy finding many of cinema's 'gems' in this section. Right: Peter Greenaway's 'The Baby Of Macon'.
In a story depicted in oil painted animation, a young man comes to the last hometown of painter Vincent van Gogh to deliver the troubled artist's fina... Read more
Bill Murray is at his deadpan best in this typically understated comedy/drama from unique auteur, Jim Jarmusch. Emotionally stilted Don Johnston (Mur... Read more
The tumultuous life of legendary Mexican painter Frida Kahlo is vividly brought to the screen by director Julie Taymor ("Titus") and producer/star Sal... Read more
When it is discovered that a resident of a seedy Los Angeles boarding hotel, who was found dead, is the son of a media tycoon, FBI Special Agent Skinn... Read more
Times are tough at Premiere Properties. Shelly "The Machine" Levene (Jack Lemmon) and Dave Moss (Ed Harris) are veteran salesmen, but only Ricky Roma... Read more