TOP TEN FILMS OF THE 1990s Return to Main Film Page 1. MAGNOLIA (Paul Thomas Anderson) 2. Honorable Mention: THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT (Myrick & Sanchez); COOKIE'S FORTUNE (Altman); ELECTION (Payne); EXISTENZ (Cronenberg); THE LIMEY (Soderberg); THE LITTLE THIEF (Zonca); M/OTHER (Suwa); MR. Notable Shorts: THE CURVE (Rohmer); FAST AS YOU CAN (Anderson); LET FOREVER BE (Gondry); OUTER SPACE (Tscherkassky) Most Overrated: THE HURRICANE (Jewison); THE SIXTH SENSE (Shyamalan) 1998 1. Honorable Mention: AUTUMN TALE (Rohmer); BUFFALO '66 (Gallo); CLASS TRIP (Miller); THE GENERAL (Boorman); I STAND ALONE (Noe); THE LAST DAYS OF DISCO (Stillman); LATE AUGUST, EARLY SEPTEMBER (Assayas); MY NAME IS JOE (Loach); THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY (Farrelly); ZERO EFFECT (Kasden) Notable Shorts: ACROSS THE UNIVERSE (Anderson); LICK THE STAR (Coppola); PRAISE YOU (Jonze); THIS IS HARDCORE (Nichol) Most Overrated: ELIZABETH (Kapur) 1997 1. 1996 1. 1995 1. Most Overrated: ANTONIA'S LINE (Gorris) 1994 1. 1993 1.
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Best films of the '00sThe scene was not unlike 12 Angry Men (or, in this case, 3 Shlubby Men, 1 Exasperated Woman, And A Dude On Speaker Phone From Arkansas): Armed with lists of their favorite movies of the decade, the five core A.V. Club film writers spent days sequestered in a stuffy, un-air-conditioned room—okay, it was actually just a few hours, and we were comfortable—in an effort to forge consensus on the Top 50 films of the ’00s. The result: A ranked list that is in no way arbitrary and will serve as the canonical standard for decades to come. You’re welcome. 50. Oldboy (2003) Oldboy comes in the middle of Park Chan-wook’s “vengeance trilogy”—three unrelated films about the obsessive, destructive pursuit of revenge—but it’s the best of the lot. 49. 48. 47. 46. 45. Given Takeshi Miike’s notoriety as the prolific source of extreme J-horror, newcomers to his work could be forgiven for spending the first hour of Audition thinking they’d walked into the wrong theater. 43. 42. 41. 40. 39. 38. 37. 36. 35.
15 Movies from Your Childhood to Rewatch with Your Kids | Live Simply article | Free online articles and how-to's for busy familiesWatching movies with your kids is a great way to bond, not to mention introduce them to some of your favorite and most beloved films from when you were their age. It’s a win-win: they get the joy of watching something they've never seen before while you can bask in a nice dose of nostalgia. Here are 15 movies we loved when we were younger that we'd eagerly rewatch with our own children. 15. Hook (1991) A fun twist on the well-known Peter Pan story, Hook explores what would happen if the boy who never grew up actually did. 14. This movie is a handy little lesson about the importance of looking after your siblings. 13. Your kids will get a kick out of this monster mashup. 12. The original movie starring Gene Wilder is a little on the trippy side, but kids will enjoy seeing the magical wonders of Willy Wonka's chocolate factory. 11. Every kid has fantasized about having the house all to himself so he can eat whatever he wants and watch countless hours of television. 10. 9. 8. 7. 6. 5. 4. 3.
The 100 Greatest Movie Insults of All Time: The Video | Pajiba: Reviews, News, Quotes & Cultural CommentaryBy Harry Hanrahan | Guides | April 22, 2011 | Comments (0 View hh -- the man who brought us The 100 Cheesiest Movie Lines of All Time and Get Out of There! The Video -- is back with another fantastic video today. As always, his videos need very little introduction. (Hat Tip: Jelinas) Here is a List of Movies Cited in the Above Video 0'00 - Roxanne, Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Gleaming the Cube, The Princess Bride, A Fish Called Wanda, Star Wars, The Wizard of Oz, Casino, Three Amigos, A Clockwork Orange 1'05 - Dolemite, Glengarry Glen Ross, Bad Santa, The Witches of Eastwick, The Big Lebowski, In Bruges, Full Metal Jacket, There Will Be Blood 2'05 - Toy Story, Casablanca, Encino Man, The Women, Predator, Army of Darkness, They Live, Uncle Buck, Big Trouble in Little China, New Jack City, Billy Madison 3'00 - Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, The Departed, Carlito's Way, In the Loop, Glengarry Glen Ross, Stand By Me, Grosse Pointe Blank, Duck Soup, Caddyshack, Planes Trains & Automobiles
Small Business Ideas NowTop Ten Films 1930-20092015 1. MAD MAX: FURY ROAD (George Miller) 2. MY GOLDEN DAYS (Arnaud Desplechin) 3. CAROL (Todd Haynes) 4. SICARIO (Denis Villeneuve) 5. BLACKHAT (Michael Mann) 6. 2014 1. 2013 1. 2012 1. Notable Shorts: NoneMost Overrated: LINCOLN (Spielberg) 2011 1. Notable Shorts: EVERYTHING WILL BE OK (Hertzfeldt) Most Overrated: THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO (Fincher) 2010 1. Notable Shorts: None Most Overrated: BIUTIFUL (Iñárritu) 2009 1. Notable Shorts: LUST FOR LIFE (Brown & Chappell); PHANTOMS OF NABUA (Weerasethakul) Most Overrated: AN EDUCATION (Scherfig); LEBANON (Samuel Maoz); A SERIOUS MAN (Coen) 2008 1. Notable Shorts: I AM SO PROUD OF YOU (Hertzfeldt) Most Overrated: FROST/NIXON (Howard); RACHEL GETTING MARRIED (Demme); SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE (Boyle); WALL·E (Stanton) 2007 1. Most Overrated: BEFORE THE DEVIL KNOWS YOU'RE DEAD (Lumet); THE EDGE OF HEAVEN (Akin); THE VISITOR (McCarthy) 2006 1. 2005 1. Notable Shorts: THE DENIAL TWIST (Gondry); EVA 2 (Noe); ONLY (Fincher) 2004 1. 2003 1.
Stanley KubrickWelcome. This site is a source for information regarding the work of film director/producer Stanley Kubrick. The site leaves the interpretation of his films to the viewer and serves mainly images and sounds from Kubrick's films. Below is a list of resources at this website and links to other websites. Included for each film is a link to the Internet Movie Database. Enjoy. kubrick kubrick kubrick Buy DVD, Books, Soundtracks, and Posters Filmography Print References Images of Kubrick Film Poster Art Visitors (Inactive) Thousands of posts from 1995 to 1999Empire Magazine Celebrates 20 years of Movie MagicFound this FANTASTIC collection of celebrity photos for Empire as they celebrate their 20th anniversary, they took photos of 27 of the most iconic celebrities recreating some of the most iconic moments in movies! AWESOME! (via – Atticus Finch )
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