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'RoboCop' in the Library of Congress? I'd Buy that for a Dollar!new

Every year, the U.S. Library of Congress's National Film Preservation Board has earmarked up to 25 "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant films" for preservation in the National Film Registry. Let's make sure RoboCop can be seen by future generations.
San Antonio Current  |  Brian Villalobos  |  07-16-2008  |  Movies

Paul Verhoeven: Staying Alivenew

The director on moral ambiguity, the Dutch underground, lesbian dogs and his new WWII thriller.
Montreal Mirror  |  Matthew Hays  |  05-18-2007  |  Profiles & Interviews

White Liesnew

The director of Basic Instinct goes home.
Eugene Weekly  |  Jason Blair  |  05-04-2007  |  Reviews

Ambiguously Evilnew

Paul Verhoeven has again created a hard-to-classify film with sly intelligence.
Tucson Weekly  |  James DiGiovanna  |  05-03-2007  |  Reviews

Verhoeven Returns With Dutch Treatnew

Although in many ways a characteristically perverse Paul Verhoeven spectacle, this Dutch World War II resistance story is more morally shaded as well as handsomely mounted and suspenseful.
Austin Chronicle  |  Marrit Ingman  |  04-26-2007  |  Reviews

'Black Book': The Good Dutch Girlnew

Paul Verhoeven regains his basic instincts.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Curt Holman  |  04-26-2007  |  Reviews

Probing Both Sides of the Dutch WWII Resistance

Black Book is Paul Verhoeven's first film made in his native Netherlands since 1985, and he brings to it valuable lessons learned from working for 20 years in Hollywood to forge an unprecedented World War II-era masterpiece.
Maui Time  |  Cole Smithey  |  04-06-2007  |  Reviews

Evidence Grisenew

Paul Verhoeven returns to the past -- his and ours -- in the Holocaust thriller Black Book.
L.A. Weekly  |  Scott Foundas  |  03-30-2007  |  Profiles & Interviews

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