Masters of Cinema. IMDB評選25年最佳電影名單！ 知名電影之資料網站IMDB(The Internet Movie Database)為了紀念網站創建二十五周年，特別根據過去二十五年來用戶的電影評分，挑選出一年一部最值得觀賞的電影，忠實的電影愛好者可以挑戰自己總共看過幾部，不常看電影的人或許也能查看喜愛的電影是否榜上有名。
評選名單如下： 1990：《四海好傢伙》：黑幫經典電影，許多演員都是真實的黑幫成員，影片中有大量的《幹》字出現，平均一分鐘出現兩次。 1991：《沉默的羔羊》安東尼霍普金斯影史巔峰演出！ 飾演的人魔既聰明又優雅，卻會剝人皮吃人肉，高度的反差表現造就本片凝重的觀影壓力。 1992：《橫行霸道》四個罪犯以顏色互稱彼此，合作出天衣無縫的犯罪，當中卻混進了一個警察，為了揪出他，即將掀開腥風血雨的序幕。 1993：《辛德勒的名單》二戰期間猶太人受到迫害，從商的辛德勒運用關係與金錢，讓猶太人去他的工廠上班，名單上有一千一百個人免於納粹迫害。 1994：《刺激1995》恐怖作家史蒂芬金的作品，主角安迪運用專業知識在監獄生存，對監獄體制化的反思，對於自由的渴望貫穿整片，二十年來用戶評價高居第一。
什麼是哲學電影（附27部必看的哲學電影）-歷史類微信文章 微信上的中國. 原作者：www.openculture.com譯者：soda0820原文來源： 轉自哲思學意 ID：Inifinitephilosophy 許多喜歡電影與哲學的讀者提出來了一個很重要，也看似難以回答的問題，即：什麼是「哲學電影」？
這樣的電影存在嗎？ 讀者Albert Hoffman說：「一部真正意義上的好電影總是一部哲學電影，因為它總能引發人們對重要的哲學問題的思考。」 我對此無以質辯。 然而，又有一位讀者Assyouti說：「所有的爛電影都能成為哲學討論的素材。」 Mubi網曾於2010年發文，列出了「44部喜歡哲學的人必看的電影「 ( of-philosophy)。 正如我在之前的文章中提到，四年前惠特洛克列出的一堆哲學電影中，有好幾部在評論中經常被提及。 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 99法郎/ 99 Francs (2007) 12. 慎入!!!《讓你永生難忘的２０部禁播電影》 看「下水道美人魚」根本是挑戰人類極限! 文章一開頭就要呼籲大家,這篇絕對是R18限定！
對恐怖片敏感，或是有高血壓、心臟病、懷孕人士可能會對此篇感到不舒服 大家有看過哪部驚悚的電影裡的恐部劇情讓你到現在忘也不了嗎？ 我們今天就要來介紹讓你永生難忘的全球二十大禁片！ 裡面的內容恐怖噁心到令人髮指的地步，就讓大家繃緊神經來看看吧～ ＴＯＰ２０. 《食人族大屠殺》 1979年，一個由3男1女組成的電影攝製小組在南美洲叢林中拍攝關於食人族的紀錄影片時失蹤了。 ＴＯＰ１９. 驚世駭俗！ ＴＯＰ１８. 家明：《星際啟示錄》我們都怕被遺忘 - 評台 PenToy評台 PenToy. 都說這是包裝世代。
有些電影看似精密，道理其實顯淺， 《星際啟示錄》（Interstellar）是箇中表表者。 不過說一個父親的翻身故事吧，相對論、蟲洞、黑洞什麼的，只是唬人的幌子。 主角Cooper（Matthew McConaughey）曾是NASA的飛行員，電影開始時候他已轉行當農夫多年，獨自撫育兒女。 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die - iCheckMovies.com. Cinephile: Feature : 10 Great First World War Films. The Top 10 Criterion Films According to Today's Greatest Filmmakers. V Renée 03.23.14 @ 4:28PM Tags : christophernolan, criterion, criterioncollection, films, janecampion, lenadunham, martinscorsese, nicholaswindingrefn, richardlinklater, rogercorman, top10, wesanderson The Criterion Collection offers a lot more than access to some of the best and most historically significant films from around the world (and great supplemental features, too).
The site also provides studious cinephiles with its own extras, like engaging articles about these classics and their world-class filmmakers, as well as their Top 10 lists, which share the favorite Criterion films of some of the biggest creatives, who explain why they’re important to them personally and professionally. Continue on to see which classics filmmakers like Jane Campion, Christopher Nolan, Martin Scorsese, and Roger Corman put in their top 10. Granted, these lists aren’t compiled of each filmmaker’s top 10 favorite movies of all time — just the ones that you can find in the collection. Are You a Rebellious Filmmaker? Then Join Scorsese in Examining the Work of Roberto Rossellini.
Martin Scorsese talks often about the films that inspired him as a director during his formative years, many of which are the work of Italian filmmaker Roberto Rossellini.
In this interview with Vice and The Criterion Collection, Scorsese discusses how the director took modern cinema to the next level with his films Stromboli, Journey to Italy, and Europe '51 by rebelling against the neorealist movement. The interesting things about writing about Rossellini rebelling against the neorealist movement is that 1. Rossellini was a neorealist filmmaker, and 2. neorealism was a direct rebellion against Italy's government-funded Telefoni Bianchi films of the 30s, which featured glamorous sets and stories about the bourgeois.
Italian neorealism marked the beginning of the Golden Age of Italian Cinema and was characterized by it's realistic cinematic approach: narratives about the lower class, long takes, on-location shooting, small budgets, and the use of non-actors. The 11 Scariest Films of All Time According to Martin Scorsese. It's Halloween and you want to watch a spooky flick, but Friday the 13th and Killer Klowns From Outer Space just aren't cutting it anymore.
Why not refer to a list of horror films made by a filmmaking master with an encyclopedic knowledge of cinema? Even though he tends to be a bit of a genre-bender, Martin Scorsese isn't what you would call a horror filmmaker. However, the man's brainpan is brimming with knowledge about cinema of all kinds, which is why it was such a treat when The Daily Beast took the opportunity to ask the legendary director to list what he thought were the scariest movies of all time.
Here's the list: As you can see, we've got some of the usual suspects sprinkled in there -- The Shining, The Exorcist, and Psycho, but the thing I love about the other films is that, even if they're not considered the best horror films of all time (I doubt that's what Scorsese was implying anyway), they certainly were made in times when horror film was on the rise and at its best.