Also the ending monologue is fantastic. The movie is really funny and well written. A movie that doesn't choose to lean toward hatred when discussing relationships. This film was what made me a Trekkie. Sorry about forgetting my top 10.
The filming is unobtrusive bet always excellent. Eastwood stops him, and is really. The Good, The Bad and the Ugly; the best of Sergio Leone's the Man with No Name trilogy. I love all of Quentin Tarantino's movies. My favorite movie ever is probably a tie between the Harry Potters and Saving Mr.
The Hangover- if you havent seen it go now because it is worth it 4. Hate simmers in those who have seemingly locked away hateful thoughts. Every single thing is set up perfectly. I had to organise the funeral, take care of my mum and my sister. This movie not only has the best entrance in history, but also my favorite exit in the wonderfully somber finish.
Ships are weightless in space, yada yada yada. So much of what James Cameron designed was incredibly cool and has influenced pop culture. It encompasses the entirety of my emotions; laughter, sadness, wonder. Clint Eastwood plays his typcial , hardened, low key, old bitch. Aliens said pretty much everything that needed to be said about humans in space battling xenomorphs. Visually the film is inventive with amazing mechanical designs and realistic representations of them, the Aliens are mobile frightening and. I'm gonna wing it here.
What makes Superman work is Richard Donner's verisimilitude, especially during the Krypton and Smallville scenes. So basically the rest of the movie has to do with Ray dealing with depression about killing the kid. Bob De Niro's not a bad addition either. A movie that defended everything that Sturges did with his wonderful screwball comedies. Anything that can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence. What are the best movies you saw in the past year? Bound 1996 - The Wachowskis before computers took over the world.
All of his successes are outweighed by his outspokenness, and stubbornness. Man that movie was such an experience. A really outstanding movie, that shows you what an amazing man he was. Ian McKellen gives an amazing performace as the Savior like Gandalf. Full of darkness and danger they were, and sometimes you didn't want to know the end.
It plays out like a grand old classic. I'm a fan of Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. Did you hear your father? Watch this movie and see if you can figure out what it's all about before the end. Just wondering, because my top 25 list half my life ago is completely different than my top 25 now. The cinema is the greatest art form ever conceived for generating emotions in its audience. The movie has probably the best ending in a movie that works. It was very interesting, and entertaining, with all the weird connections.
Kazan controversy aside, he is a fabulous director. It follows the life of his family as well, not just him. The performances of Stewart and Novak had to be perfect and they were. Oh hell no, of course not. Along with Short Cuts, Altman has given us two fabulous and very different movies about Los Angeles life.
Start it in darkness, but then shift into bright light, contrasting the white room with the blackness of Batman. Wall-E Okay so this is far from the greatest list ever and its in no particular order. Brutal picture of being on the outside looking in. Scorsese used the same actor, , and the same screenwriter, , for both films, and they have the same buried themes: A man's jealousy about a woman, made painful by his own impotence, and expressed through violence. Full of great old Hollywood comedians like Mel Brooks, Gene Wilder, Harvey Korman, and Cleavon Little. He is an all american football player, a medal of honor winner, a national celebrity ping pong champion, a shrimp boat company owner, and a founding investor in Apple.