<b><u>UNDERRATED</u></b><br>
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<b>The return of "Paris, Texas" (1984)</b>: Reissued this year in a sumptuous Criterion package, this engagingly unhurried feature directed by <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB003952" title="Wim Wenders" href="/topic/entertainment/wim-wenders-PECLB003952.topic">Wim Wenders</a> may seem  daunting with its nearly two-and-a-half-hour running time, but it's worth the investment. From its lushly color-saturated cinematography to <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB003764" title="Harry Dean Stanton" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/harry-dean-stanton-PECLB003764.topic">Harry Dean Stanton</a>'s hauntingly weathered performance, it's a classic worth visiting (and revisiting).
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UNDERRATED

The return of "Paris, Texas" (1984): Reissued this year in a sumptuous Criterion package, this engagingly unhurried feature directed by Wim Wenders may seem daunting with its nearly two-and-a-half-hour running time, but it's worth the investment. From its lushly color-saturated cinematography to Harry Dean Stanton's hauntingly weathered performance, it's a classic worth visiting (and revisiting).

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