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Tape (2001 Edit Storyline Based on a three-character, one-act play, Tape is set entirely in Room 19 of a seedy motel in Lansing, Michigan rented by Vince, an ill-tempered, outgoing party animal/drug dealer who's visited by his old high school friend Jon, a documentary filmmaker, where they pass the time reminiscing about the good old times which take a turn when Vince records their conversation with Jon admitting to a possible date-rape of Vince's old girlfriend Amy, who later shows up and opens up a new wave of talk and arguments about whose story is fact or fabricated.
The Idiots (1998 Edit Storyline A group of perfectly intelligent young people decide to react to society's cult of an aimless, non-creative and non-responsible form of intelligence by living together in a community of "idiots". Their main activity becomes going out into the world of "normal" people and pretending to be mentally retarded. They take advantage of this situation to create anarchy everywhere they go and try by every possible means to make people annoyed, disturbed, miserable, ridiculous, angered, and shocked.
Songs from the Second Floor (2000
by Dr-Faustus created 03 May 2011 | last updated - 1 day ago A personal best choice of movies, including animated films, released this century. This list is completely subjective and in chronological order. Have excluded documentaries, which appear separately. Hunger (2008) Irish republican Bobby Sands leads the inmates of a Northern Irish prison in a hunger strike. (96 mins.) MY ULTIMATE BEST MOVIES: 2000-2012 - a list by Dr-Faustus
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Animals Continue to Fascinate Humans - Films Prove It Along with the explosion in animal imagery there has been an uptick of interest within academia, spurred by the growing field of animal studies, in the relations and interactions between humans and animals. As it happens, these are matters that come into instructive and sometimes disconcerting focus when we consider how humans film animals. A series at the 92Y Tribeca called The Lives of Animals, which continues weekly through April 11, attests to the myriad ways animals have appeared on screen. A presentation of the Robert Flaherty Film Seminar, the program was organized by Kathy High, an artist and a professor at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y., and Jim Supanick, a filmmaker who teaches at City College of New York.
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. 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.
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We recently brought you some examples of famous fictional locations that, much to everyone's surprise, you can actually visit for real. 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) 5 Real Places Plucked Straight Out of Fairy Tales
5 Amazing Performances From Actors Who Weren't Acting #2. 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.
Interviewing Martin Scorsese is like taking a master class in 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). Martin Scorsese's Film School: The 85 Films You Need To See To Know Anything About Film
2011-15) films you can't miss - a list by rockblueengland NOT in order! The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (2013) The dwarves, along with Bilbo Baggins and Gandalf the Grey, continue their quest to reclaim Erebor, their homeland, from Smaug.
Alex Vincent (Andy in Child's Play 1 and 2).Last seen: As Jeff Danieloff in My Family Treasure (1993).Gave up on acting. Currently writes/performs music and poetry. Linda Blair (Regan in The Exorcist).Last seen: As Shelly Stoker in Monster Makers (2003) (TV). Felissa Rose (Angela in Sleepaway Camp).Last seen: As Donna Bruno in Satan's Playground (2005). howtheylooknow: children in horror movies
This is the category to peruse if you are the purist who prefers independently produced, serious movies which may contain foreign language and remote locations to take your imagination off to a far away land. Movies like Slumdog Millionaire , The Damned United , or Chocolat may stir your inner romantic soul. Documentaries abound in this genre and can be educational as well as entertaining. Best Art/Foreign Movies with Trailers, Reviews and Cast Details
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Tim Burton to Adapt Pinocchio with Robert Downey, Jr. | Cultural Transmogrifier Magazine Tim Burton wants to adapt yet another Disney classic – this time a live-action version of Pinocchio . Robert Downey, Jr. would play the woodcarver Geppetto, around whom the film would likely center. Warner Brothers is currently in negotiations with both Burton and Downey, Jr., according to The Hollywood Reporter. Bryan Fuller, best known for the TV series Pushing Daisies, penned the script.
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. 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 My Week with Marilyn: Emma Watson takes centre stage at UK premiere