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366 Weird Movies - Celebrating the cinematically surreal, bizarre, cult, oddball, fantastique, psychotronic, and the just plain WEIRD!

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Film language: a semiotics of the cinema - Google Książki The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945) - IMDb Reviews of Powell and Pressburger works Reviews of Powell and Pressburger works The reviews have been divided into the following sections: The Masters - Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger The Films - Listed by year then alphabetically The People - Actors, Actresses, crew Miscellaneous - Everything else Some articles may deal with more than one person or film, where this happens we have tried to cross reference them. The Masters: Emeric Pressburger Master Storyteller Michael Powell the man himself The Films: (Any reviews are liable to contain spoilers) The People: Note: I have only included the people that I have articles about. There were many more people involved in the making of these films. Michael Powell the man himself Emeric Pressburger Master Storyteller Miscellaneous: Sources for the contemporary reviews include: Monthly Film Bulletin (MFB) Monthly Film Bulletin was a monthly mag for cineastes, containing reviews of all films, no articles or photos.

untitled (An essay concerning the subtext of the film by the same title) by Crispin Hellion Glover Is this culture content? Is it happy? Are the smiles broadcast by this culture's media the smiles that reflect the collective mind? Does the self-professed compassion of the media for the unfortunate seem sincere? Is this culture a Judeo-Christian culture? What else in this culture were the Columbine killers attacking? Were Harris and Klebold reacting to the media itself? In Civilization and Its Discontents, did Sigmund Freud define a neurotic as an individual holding thoughts that clash with those held by the prevailing culture, an individual who subverts those clashing thoughts to the subconscious that later manifest in the form of anxiety and unnecessary behavior? Is it true that in his waning years, Orson Welles asked Steven Spielberg for a small amount of money with which he could make a final film? Do Steven Spielberg's passions burn? What if you wish to express these ideas? Do you like MTV?

Smoke (1995) - IMDb Supercut: Cinema's Greatest Mirror Pep Talks Early this morning, I was awoken by three consecutive wall thumps coming from my crawl space, which, as you all know, is the signal from our video editor, Oliver Noble, that he’s completed a new supercut. After I let him out, we watched it, and it was pretty good, so I rewarded him with a few minutes with his gimp mask unzipped and gave him some bactine for his welts. This is actually our second crowd-sourced supercut, where Oliver provided the topic and you the FilmDrunk reader gave scene suggestions. The result is Cinema’s Greatest Mirror Pep Talk. (full list of films used after the jump) — Suburban Commando (1991) Reservoir Dogs (1992) The Wedding Singer (1998) Cool Runnings (1993) Stuart Saves His Family (1995) Better Off Dead (1985) The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) Troll 2 (1990) Pulp Fiction (1994) Superbad (2007) Boogie Nights (1997) Raging Bull (1980) Kick-Ass (2010) Taxi Driver (1976) Wise Guys (1986) Back to the Future Part III (1990) Face/Off (1997) Half Baked (1998)

La Haine (1995) - IMDb