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Paul Dano’s Top 10 - Explore - The Criterion Collection. Frank Kozik’s Top 10 - Explore - The Criterion Collection. Best Movies Sundance 2015 - Sundance 2015 Recap. This year's Sundance Film Festival, which is closing this weekend, may not have launched an instantly anointed "masterpiece" on the level of last year's Boyhood, which is now steamrolling toward the Oscars.

Best Movies Sundance 2015 - Sundance 2015 Recap

But that's an unfairly high bar. The 2015 fest may not have launched an undisputed home run, but the extraordinarily consistent lineup was stocked with well-received doubles and triples: strong debuts from no-name newcomers, hysterical sex comedies, and a jam-packed selection of topical documentaries. Very few films belly-flopped with audiences, some generated multimillion-dollar deals, plenty were warmly received and will have long lives after the festival. Out of of the 37 films I caught at the festival, I can strongly recommend the 14 below. The Amina Profile The D Train The modern bromance has been built on lazy gay jokes and homoerotic subtext. Digging for Fire Dope Rick Famuyiwa's audacious, swaggering Inglewood, California, teen drama is a high-volume house party.

22 Movies Every Designer Should Watch On Netflix. 1. Salò, or 120 Days of Sodom (1975) — The 50 Most Disturbing Movies. Video: The Short Film Charlie Kaufman Didn’t Know He Was Making. Tape (2001. The Idiots (1998. Songs from the Second Floor (2000. MY ULTIMATE BEST MOVIES: 2000-2012 - a list by Dr-Faustus. Before You Wanna Commit Suicide, Watch These First! - a list by JamesRajeshCool. Animals Continue to Fascinate Humans - Films Prove It. 100 Free Classic Films Everyone Should See. January 28th, 2010 By Pamelia Brown While summer blockbusters and new movies can be great, older movies have a lot to offer as well and can show you a wealth of artistry, inspiration for later films and great storytelling.

100 Free Classic Films Everyone Should See

These 100 films are worth a watch and won’t even require a trip to rent or borrow, and can help break up those study sessions for your college courses. Action and Adventure These films will take you exotic locales as characters engage in battles, conflicts and more. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: Check out the 1916 adaptation of this classic novel for some adventure beneath the seas.Hercules: This film was a hit when it came out in 1958 and follows the story of Jason and the Golden Fleece.Long John Silver: This movie picks up with the adventures of Long John Silver after the events of Treasure Island. Western Take a look back at this once very popular genre in these films. Comedy While comedy changes over the ages, these films are sure to elicit at least a smile from you.

CONFRONTATION MASH-UP. 5 Real Places Plucked Straight Out of Fairy Tales. We recently brought you some examples of famous fictional locations that, much to everyone's surprise, you can actually visit for real.

5 Real Places Plucked Straight Out of Fairy Tales

So let's up the stakes a bit. The following are outright fantasy locations -- from fairy tales, comic books, movies and other fictional stories -- that are just plane tickets away. Like ... #5. Superman's Fortress of Solitude (The Cave of the Crystals) The Fantasy Location: 5 Amazing Performances From Actors Who Weren't Acting. #2.

5 Amazing Performances From Actors Who Weren't Acting

Casablanca: The Marseillaise Scene Casablanca is one of those movies that you watch and think about how awesome it would be if it hadn't become cliche 60 years ago. It sits at No. 2 on the AFI's greatest films list, and just about every scene holds some significance in pop culture. Even if you haven't seen it, you can probably piece the story together through the oft-repeated catchphrases. Girl walks in to gin joint, kid gets looked at, beautiful friendship begins, Sam plays it, roll credits.

Rick (Humphrey Bogart) is upstairs chatting with Laszlo, notorious resistance leader and husband to Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman). The patrons celebrate their small victory, some clearly moved to tears. See, this was a World War II movie ... that was being filmed in the middle of World War goddamned II. That wasn't even a prop gun. It's easy to forget that part, now that hundreds of movies (and seemingly thousands of video games) have been based on the war in the decades since it ended. . #1. Martin Scorsese's Film School: The 85 Films You Need To See To Know Anything About Film.

Interviewing Martin Scorsese is like taking a master class in film.

Martin Scorsese's Film School: The 85 Films You Need To See To Know Anything About Film

Fast Company’s four-hour interview with the director for the December-January cover story was ostensibly about his career, and how he had been able to stay so creative through years of battling studios. But the Hugo director punctuated everything he said with references to movies: 85 of them, in fact, all listed below. Some of the movies he discussed (note: the descriptions for these are below in quotes, denoting his own words). 2011-15) films you can't miss - a list by rockblueengland. Howtheylooknow: children in horror movies. Best Art/Foreign Movies with Trailers, Reviews and Cast Details. Here is a list of related movie subreddits! If you have any suggestions, please reply! : movies.

Tim Burton to Adapt Pinocchio with Robert Downey, Jr. My Week with Marilyn: Emma Watson takes centre stage at UK premiere. By Andrea Magrath Updated: 10:18 GMT, 22 November 2011 Michelle Williams' mesmerising transformation into Marilyn Monroe in My Week with Marilyn is already garnering Oscar buzz.

My Week with Marilyn: Emma Watson takes centre stage at UK premiere

But with the film's star a no show at the London premiere tonight, it was up to Emma Watson to step into the spotlight to promote the British movie on home ground. And the ever-stylish 21-year-old was up to the task, dazzling on the red carpet at the Cineworld complex in Haymarket, central London. Prim princess: Emma Watson dazzles at the London premiere of My Week with Marilyn tonight Emma looked prim in a black skirt and white embellished top from designer Jason Wu's Spring/Summer 2012 collection. Her gamine crop was slicked into a side part and her make-up kept fresh and youthful.

The actress and Oxford university student has received fantastic reviews for her first major film role post-Harry Potter.