Raras Fotos de Star Wars. Woody Allen’s greatest films | Slide Show. Until I revisited it this week, I hadn’t watched “Manhattan” in about 15 years.
I remember respecting it — despite misgivings that I’ll deal with in a second — but I don’t remember it being so devastating. The Gershwin soundtrack lends the whole tale an enchanted feeling, and cinematographer Gordon Willis’ anamorphic black-and-white photography may be his supreme achievement. The film’s panoramic exteriors are spectacular, of course — it’s Manhattan! — but the interiors are just as impressive.
There’s a modernist boldness to the way that Allen and Willis use windows and doors and wall seams to slice wide rectangular frames into grey panels. Family - The Marx Brothers. On the image above please click on the brother you would like more information about or scroll down to get general information on the Marx family (image only clickable when your browser supports Client-side maps.)
This picture shows from left to right: Zeppo, Groucho, Chico, Gummo and Harpo. Chronological history of the Marx Brothers. The 50 Greatest Cult Movies of All Time - Page 5. 41.
Stop Making Sense (1984) People had been filming rock concerts and calling the resulting footage "movies" for decades before Jonathan Demme took command of the director's chair. But working with his stars, Talking Heads, Demme made a concert movie with no out-of-focus shots, catch-as-catch-can camerawork, or even the intruding interviews that characterized even Martin Scorsese's The Last Waltz. Plus, the Heads had already designed the concert to have the escalating feel of a movie, which didn't hurt. — P.N. Alfred Hitchcock - The Master of Suspense. Best Movies (of All-Time) The best movies evoke tears, laughter, terror, reminiscence, and/or mystery in a truly personal way.
Anything less (AKA, around 98% of all movies) serves no purpose other than to shove mindless, forgettable fodder in our face and line Hollywood’s pockets (Be afraid Michael Bay, be VERY afraid). This is that other, sacred 2%—the Holy Grail of cinema. Note: “Memorable Moments” may contain spoilers. 100.