The Shining

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Director:Stanley Kubrick
Written by:Stanley Kubrick (Screenplay), Stephen King (Novel), Diane Johnson (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Jack Torrance accepts a caretaker job at the Overlook Hotel, where he, along with his wife Wendy and their son Danny, must live isolated from the rest of the world for the winter. But they aren't prepared for the madness that lurks within.

The Killer’s Kiss

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Director:Stanley Kubrick
Written by:Howard Sackler (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:The film revolves around Davey Gordon (Jamie Smith), a 29 year old welterweight New York boxer in the end of his career, and his relationship with a dancer and her violent employer.

The Killing

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Director:Stanley Kubrick
Written by:Lionel White (Novel), Stanley Kubrick (Screenplay), Jim Thompson (Dialogue)

Script Synopsis:Career criminal Johnny Clay recruits a sharpshooter, a crooked police officer, a bartender and a betting teller named George, among others, for one last job before he goes straight and gets married. But when George tells his restless wife about the scheme to steal millions from the racetrack where he works, she hatches a plot of her own.


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Director:Stanley Kubrick
Written by:Howard Fast (Novel), Dalton Trumbo (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:The rebellious Thracian Spartacus, born and raised a slave, is sold to Gladiator trainer Batiatus. After weeks of being trained to kill for the arena, Spartacus turns on his owners and leads the other slaves in rebellion. As the rebels move from town to town, their numbers swell as escaped slaves join their ranks. Under the leadership of Spartacus, they make their way to southern Italy, where they will cross the sea and return to their homes.

Paths of Glory

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Director:Stanley Kubrick
Written by:Humphrey Cobb (Novel), Stanley Kubrick (Screenplay), Calder Willingham (Screenplay), Jim Thompson (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A commanding officer defends three scapegoats on trial for a failed offensive that occurred within the French Army in 1916.

Full Metal Jacket

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Director:Stanley Kubrick
Written by:Gustav Hasford (Author), Michael Herr (Screenplay), Stanley Kubrick (Screenplay), Gustav Hasford (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A pragmatic U.S. Marine observes the dehumanizing effects the U.S.-Vietnam War has on his fellow recruits from their brutal boot camp training to the bloody street fighting in Hue.

Eyes Wide Shut

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Director:Stanley Kubrick
Written by:Arthur Schnitzler (Author), Stanley Kubrick (Screenplay), Frederic Raphael (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:After Dr. Bill Harford's wife, Alice, admits to having sexual fantasies about a man she met, Bill becomes obsessed with having a sexual encounter. He discovers an underground sexual group and attends one of their meetings -- and quickly discovers that he is in over his head.

Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

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Director:Stanley Kubrick
Written by:Stanley Kubrick (Screenplay), Terry Southern (Screenplay), Peter George (Screenplay), Peter George (Novel)

Script Synopsis:After the insane General Jack D. Ripper initiates a nuclear strike on the Soviet Union, a war room full of politicians, generals and a Russian diplomat all frantically try to stop the nuclear strike.

Barry Lyndon

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Director:Stanley Kubrick
Written by:Stanley Kubrick (Screenplay), William Makepeace Thackeray (Novel)

Script Synopsis:An Irish rogue uses his cunning and wit to work his way up the social classes of 18th century England, transforming himself from the humble Redmond Barry into the noble Barry Lyndon.

A Clockwork Orange

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Director:Stanley Kubrick
Written by:Stanley Kubrick (Screenplay), Anthony Burgess (Novel)

Script Synopsis:In a near-future Britain, young Alexander DeLarge and his pals get their kicks beating and raping anyone they please. When not destroying the lives of others, Alex swoons to the music of Beethoven. The state, eager to crack down on juvenile crime, gives an incarcerated Alex the option to undergo an invasive procedure that'll rob him of all personal agency. In a time when conscience is a commodity, can Alex change his tune?