25 Documentaries Everybody Should Watch. Sans Soleil This is not your average documentary.
Greatest New York Film Scenes - On the set of New York.com. On the Set of New York.com presents a collection of the most famous, distinguished, unforgettable and memorable film scenes shot in New York City.
From "Breakfast at Tiffany's" when Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golighty, still wearing a Givenchy evening dress from the night before, staring dreamily into gem-filled Tiffany's window as she consumes a breakfast of take-out coffee and a Danish - to - "Vanilla Sky" where Tom Cruise as David Aames finds himself completely alone in Times Square.
The Seven Year Itch (1955) By the early 1950's Hollywood production crews could be found frequently filming location sequences in New York City. Although these film shoots almost always attracted the attention of the city's press and residents, none drew a fraction of the attention as the scene filmed on location during a cold night on September 15th in 1954 along Lexington Avenue between 51st and 52nd Street, for a motion picture called "The Seven Year Itch". The 50 Best Sci-Fi Films of the 21st Century Thus Far. Great Movies. 100 Greatest Films of the 21st Century: BBC Surveys Global Critics. Last year, the BBC polled a bunch of critics to determine the 100 greatest American films of all time and only six films released after 2000 placed at all.
IndieWire. The 50 Best Films Of The Decade So Far. By The Playlist Staff | The Playlist February 26, 2015 at 3:21PM As the dust cleared from our Best of 2014 features, 2015 previews and awards season coverage, we realized something terrifying: we’re now halfway through the current decade.
Five years have passed since the 2010s began, we’re all sixty months (or sixty two?) Older, and literally thousands of movies have hit theaters in that time. So what better time to take stock of the decade thus far? Erik Satie: Complete Piano Works, Vol. 1 by Bojan Gorišek [FR. Compilation [ MP3 | @320 | 134 MB ] France | 1994 | Modern Classical Bojan Gorišek (1962) is the leading Slovenian pianist in the field of contemporary music and known around the world for recording the complete piano opus of Erik Satie for the Blaricum Music Group from Amsterdam (Audiophile Classics), which was rated among the best recordings ever made.
This is the most complete review of Satie’s piano compositions ever. Bojan Gorišek was for many years the exclusive recording artist of Blaricum Music Group. Just a moment... Movies and TV Shows on DVD. Flame & Citron. Flame & Citron (Danish: Flammen & Citronen) is a 2008 Danish drama/action co-written and directed by Ole Christian Madsen.
The film, a fictionalized account based on fact, is about two Danish resistance movement fighters nicknamed Flame and Citron, during the Nazi occupation of Denmark in World War II. The most expensive Danish film produced to that date, it was highly successful at the box office and won numerous awards. Plot Before 1944, they kill only Danes, to reduce widespread retaliation by the Nazis. Winther, claiming orders from the government in exile in London, orders them to kill prominent Nazi officials.
Cast Title The title is made up of the nicknames of the two main characters. Production The 30 Coolest Films Ever. The 20 Most Stylish Movies Of The Eighties. Wyrmwood (2014) Movie Synopsis and info. Movie Synopsis and info. Genre: Action | Running Time: 574 min.
In Theatres: N/A | On DVD/VOD: September 30, 2014 Current rating: based on 4 votes and 2 reviews Rate Movie | Read all user reviews Cast: Kiefer Sutherland, Yvonne Strahovski, Mary Lynn Rajskub, William Devane, Michael Wincott, Benjamin Bratt, Michelle Fairley, Stephen Fry, Colin Salmon, Liam Garrigan President James Heller dispatches American forces on Jack Baeur who appears in London once he hears about a massive terrorist attack. Movie Synopsis and info. Movie Synopsis and info. Movie Synopsis and info. Movie Synopsis and info. Genre: Drama | Running Time: 107 min.
In Theatres: May 10, 2013 - Toronto, Vancouver, Halifax, MontrealMay 17 - Calgary, Sydney, Moncton | On DVD/VOD: October 21, 2014 Current rating: Tribute.ca - Movie Times and Showtimes. Select Your Favorite Genres. Top 10 alternative hang-outs in Zagreb. Total Recall (2012) - Official Trailer. The Top 15 “Found Footage” Horror Films of 2014 (Yes, I Said 15) Maybe it’s because The Blair Witch Project, [REC], and the Paranormal Activity films have made it look so easy (not to mention profitable), there are lots of pretty terrible “found footage” horror movies hitting the virtual shelves these days.
Just bring up the phrase “found footage” around most horror fans and you’ll notice that a fairly firm backlash is in full effect, and that’s fine. The found footage (or faux documentary) approach isn’t going to disappear any time soon, and sometimes a little bit of backlash is a good thing; it makes filmmakers work a little harder to create something original, memorable, or at least fun. But why focus on the well-intentioned misfires and the absolutely cynical cash-grabs?
It’s much more interesting to throw a spotlight on a filmmaking style that is lambasted fairly often, but very rarely championed. (Note: if a film is on this list, that’s neither a 5-star rave review nor a personal guarantee that you’ll enjoy it. 15. 14. 12. 10. 9. 8. Roy Kafri - Mayokero (Music Video)