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25 Spectacular Movies You (Probably) Haven’t Seen Pt. 3

25 Spectacular Movies You (Probably) Haven’t Seen Pt. 3
Mr. Nobody Who would you have been when, at crucial moments in your life, you chose to walk a different path? That thought experiment is explored brilliantly by this amazing science-fiction movie as we follow Nemo(s) for 118 years. Set in the past, the now and in the future, we follow different branches of his life through time, covering the topics of technology, love, human fragility and how decisions shape who we will end up being. Spectacular. Yo, También You haven’t seen a romance story like this before, and you don’t have to like them to fall deeply in love with this one. A Scanner Darkly Based on the book by Philip K. They Live This 1988 Hollywood movie is counter-culture classic. Un prophète (A Prophet) Gritty, raw, dark. Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter… and Spring This is perhaps my favorite movie of all time. The Act of Killing This is a deeply disturbing movie that has to be seen by everyone. A Single Man You can watch this movie just for the cinematic beauty alone. The Edukators Her

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23 Stunning Opera Houses Romanian Antheneum, Bucharest, Romania Mariinsky Theatre, Saint Petersburg, Russia Mikhailovsky Theatre, Saint Petersburg, Russia Royal Swedish Opera, Stockholm, Sweden La Fenice, Venice, Italy 10 Movies That Could Change Your Understanding Of Life Every movie has the ability to affect its viewer differently. Some films evoke wonder and excitement, while others provoke fear or sorrow, but a commonality among all films is a prevailing message or theme. Some films can summon such profound questions, that it changes the way you perceive life as you once knew it.

25 Spectacular Movies You (Probably) Haven't Seen Pt. 2 Human Traffic Very unique comedy about the drug/club culture in the UK. Five friends ponder society, drug use and their own lives as they go about their usual weekend of snorting, smoking, popping, dancing and sex. The Matador Pierce Brosnan plays an assassin going through a mid-life crisis as he approached retirement.

25 Spectacular Movies You (Probably) Haven't Seen Midnight in Paris Woody Allen’s latest places starving writer Owen Wilson in Paris with his fiancée, Rachel McAdams. Searching for inspiration for his incomplete novel, Owen begins taking strolls around the city at night where he discovers an unexpected group of people. The 30 Best Films of the Decade 20. Super Troopers Say what you’d like about the movies they’ve made since, but don’t spread ill-will toward Broken Lizard’s breakout hit. 3 Amazing Energy Bars You Can Whip Up In Your Kitchen Have you been to the energy bar section of the grocery store lately? There are literally hundreds to choose from, and many contain ingredients that we don’t necessarily want to eat (or worse – can’t pronounce!). While a few undesirable components won’t kill us, things like ‘natural flavors’ and ‘citric acid’ aren’t whole food items we’d keep in the pantry. We want to keep our food as simple and as close to nature as possible so that our bodies can use our energy reserves for regeneration rather than prolonged digestion.

Top 20 Banned Movies of All Time #1 Dorlita In The Passion Dance Dorlita in the Passion Dance (1894) might have been the first film ever to be banned in the U.S. More than a decade before Hollywood studios were even operating, this short film was banned in New Jersey after it began to appear in peepshows and burlesque houses. #2 Reservoir Dogs Although it’s not discussed much in the press anymore, Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs(1992) was so controversial in Britain that censors prevented it from being released on VHS. This only served to help the indie flick’s box office, since stopping people from viewing the movie on tape led to its healthy theatrical run for years after.

100 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.

A man recorded his farts for his homesick brother. He captured one so beautiful he turned it to song. Almost Done! Choose an available username to complete sign up Forgot Password Enter the email associated with your account and you will be emailed instructions to reset your password A recovery link has been sent to your email. Activation Link Was Emailed 82 mind-blowing movies facts you probably didn't know 1. Sean Connery wore a wig in every single one of his Bond performances. 2. Some Wookie suits were made from human hair. Vertigo is named 'greatest film' 2 August 2012Last updated at 03:47 ET Kim Novak starred in Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 suspense thriller Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo has replaced Orson Welles's Citizen Kane at the top of a poll that sets out to name one film "the greatest of all time". The British Film Institute's Sight and Sound magazine polls a selected panel once a decade and Citizen Kane has been its top pick for the last 50 years.

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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. 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).

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