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But for each of these, there is a film professor somewhere, pleading audiences to give Sirk his due. Of all his work, I keep coming back to Written on the Wind. Did you ever hear of Wall Street? That project was 42nd Street, such a huge spring success for Warner Bros.
Miller pioneered the idea 21 years earlier. This was the real west, with the myth stripped away. Gone was the moral John Wayne figure set against the spread of impressive frontier formations. In its place was a dreary world, full of wet browns and greens, gritty, dirty and covered in snow. Gone also was the adventure subject matter of Cowboys and Indians, and in its place stood a tale of greed and prostitution.
If you live long enough, you hope to have that rare experience of sitting in a theater when a movie comes along that changes everything.
After all, you never know when such a zeitgeist is going to strike. To share in her naivety as to how culturally significant that shower was about to become.
To hold my breath as a shadowy figure approached that shower curtain. When scholars sit down to examine his work, they cannot single out any one masterpiece. Because, after all, Allen is first and foremost a movie lover, finding his ultimate expression of that love here in this underrated gem. Look, I can make a picture out of your worst story. I did awfully good by the making of the thing; I made close to a million. Jarmusch got his start as an assistant under the invaluable mentors Nicholas Ray and Wim Wenders, at which point he decided to forgo his NYU film school graduation and put the rest of his scholarship money toward his first film, Permanent Vaction When the film hit the festival circuit, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Jarmusch used its warm reception to raise money to turn it into a full-length feature.
Confidential and the Chinatown sequel The Two Jakes Back were the the private dicks, femme fatales, venetian blinds and smoky silhouettes, but they were now infused with a modern style reflecting the corruption of the modern age.
But if you like the hand of fate leading twisted folks to tragic conclusions, Chinatown will snip your nose and wash you away. In , two students at the University of Texas at Austin got together and wrote a script. Wes Anderson and Owen Wilson. The young filmmakers sent the film to a family friend, screenwriter L. It was released by Columbia Pictures in , recasting the Wilson brothers and scoring a casting coup with James Caan.
Yeoman and performances by several repeat cast members, most notably Bill Murray. It at once charms the most elite critics, voted No. You know a film is cutting edge when its setting Sparta, Mississippi had to be shot further north Sparta, Illinois because its themes made it too dangerous to actually shoot in the Deep South.
Kennedy — In the Heat of the Night addressed the racial tensions that were already boiling over in a divided United States, and it did so with a simple premise — place two men together, one black and one white, and let them overcome their prejudices while striving for a common goal.
The earth-based bios of real-life astronauts. The triumphant runway walk in space suits. A mission made possible in vastly different ways by Alan Shepard. The awe-inspiring shots of breaking into space. If any film were to deserve a spot as a runner-up — a nice, shorter, less epic, more entertaining runner-up — Apollo 13 is that film.
Like Titanic and United 93 after it, the film succeeds in pulling drama from story where we already know the ending. Jennings while teaching poet John Milton to his class. Thankfully, the exact opposite is true for Animal House, a comedy that remains as funny and relevant today as it was in This kind of lasting appeal is largely because the film presents a timeless subject, in that as long as there is college, there will always be frat parties.
In , the staff of Filmmaker Magazine got together to vote on the Most Important Independent Films in history, of which there could only be one most important. No doubt the list-topper would require several criteria to take the title. It would have to be pioneering, influencing every aspect of the modern independent movement.
It would have to be unconventional, using film techniques that break all the standard rules of Hollywood studio filmmaking. And it would have to have a sexy financing story, using shoe-string means of funding and the distribution. Considering all this, it seems Filmmaker Magazine got it right.
On most every best list, the default Marx Brothers selection is Duck Soup Then, in , when it came time for a 10th Anniversary List, the AFI again tapped Duck Soup for the list, only now there was an exciting new addition, yet another Marx Brothers film, the always entertaining and yet odd pairing of music and madcap, A Night at the Opera.
Made just two years after Duck Soup, it came at a rough time for the Marx Bros. Duck Soup had just flopped at the box office and, as a result, Paramount had just terminated their contract. On top of that, the fourth Marx Brother and youngest of the bunch, Zeppo, was out of the gang, leaving just Groucho, Harpo and Chico, which was OK by practically everyone. This should give some indication as to the mindset of Jack L. Producing the first movie musical version of the tale, Warner full expected to be next in line for the honors when the Academy showered his film with eight Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director George Cukor.
Historians write of her devastation at having lost to Grace Kelly for The Country Girl , ending her last best chance at an Oscar — she was later nominated for Judgement at Nuremburg , but the performance was hardly worthy.
Not far off from the final scene of A Star is Born, Garland stepping out on stage for a benefit concert, and famously addressing the audience: Legendary figures make for legendary trivia. And my favorite of all movie anecdotes will always be this: Charlie Chaplin once entered a Charlie Chaplin lookalike contest…and finished third.
Even today, the character remains our most famous fictional human figure, and its most cherished silhoutte. Can you imagine a modern comedian, say, Will Ferrell, being so recognizable a century from now? But that is exactly what Chaplin did.
His comic ingenuity made his screen persona universally recognizable some 95 years after its creation. The in-your-face violence told with equally violent camera movements has become a renowned staple of the Scorsese style, but Scorsese will be the first to acknowledge Fuller as the patriarch of such an approach.
Only recently has Fuller begun to receive the kind of adulation he deserves, yet still not enough due to the B-picture mask of his movies. Throughout his impressively authentic body of work, one masterpiece stands out above the rest: Pickup on South Street.
Still, when the conversation narrows specifically to the realm of comedy, Brooks is a given, and Blazing Saddles is often the standard bearer. Can you imagine a comedy world without the contribution of Blazing Saddles? The Return of the King The Sound of Music.
After all, the film was nominated for a whopping 10 Academy Awards, winning five, including Best Picture. Second to the king, Ernst Lubistch, there was only ever one man as skilled, tender, hilarious and influential in pioneering the romantic comedy — Preston Sturges.
You could sense the menace lurking just beneath the surface in his debut film, Knife in the Water But Roman Polanski would elevate that ominous feeling to all-out horror in his next film, Repulsion, his first in English and his first collaboration with screenwriter Gerard Brach. It remains every bit the creeper it was back then and serves as a great introduction to the twisted mind of Polanski.
But I prefer to think the genre was saved two years earlier, in the first film Apatow directed, The Year-Old Virgin, arriving at a crucial time, the summer of The reigning kings of comedy, the so-called Frat Pack, had just released their last great effort, Wedding Crashers , a comedy that swept the country. Exactly a month later, they would pass the torch to their heir apparents, the Apatow-Rogen crowd, using common links forged back on Anchorman: When most average movie fans thinks of the origin of color cinema, they probably think back to The Wizard of Oz and that glorious moment where a sepia Dorothy opens the door to a world of color.
Few actually realize color existed from the very beginning. Griffith tinted scenes in The Birth of a Nation In , Herbert and Natalie Kalmus founded Technicolor, shooting through red and green filters on two strips of film that were then glued together, and created the first color feature in Hollywood, Toll of the Sea Jack Warner took the next big step by combining the novelties of color and sound in Show of Shows , where two dyed strips were transfered onto a single piece of film.
In , Technicolor announced a new three-strip process red, blue, green , ushering in the first feature length live action all color film, La Cucaracha By , Technicolor had 25 films in production, and the process was becoming more and more viable. It was a formula for both a decade of dominance and a gradual slip into full-blown excess. In fact, the film was so popular that its ABC television debut on Sept. An exceptional hit indeed.
But make no mistake about it: From the beginning, Walt relied on technological advancement as his niche claim to fame, carving a reputation for ambition and ingenuity that would sustain his considerable talents as a storyteller. His first big break, the silent Alice pictures, played on the gimmick of combining live action with animation, long before Who Framed Roger Rabbit? His second, Mickey Mouse in Steamboat Willie , marked another technological breakthrough as the first animated cartoon with sound.
In , American moviegoers were shown plenty of dark, honest looks into American society — the tragedy of poverty and confused faith in Midnight Cowboy, the acid trips and failed freedom movement of Easy Rider, and the ultra-violence and threat of aging in The Wild Bunch.
Viewers flocked to theaters to make Butch and Sundance the 1 movie of I dare you to find better chemistry than that between Paul Newman and Robert Redford in their respective title roles, a chemistry so good that four years later director George Roy Hill reunited them for The Sting to win the Oscar for Best Picture.
Academics mostly favor the original, produced by Howard Hughes, written by Ben Hecht and directed by Howard Hawks. On the other hand, the hip hop generation unanimously prefers the remake, written by Oliver Stone and directed by Brian De Palma. Each was undoubtedly the most graphic film at its respective release date and faced tough censorship. To know both is to love both.
For while the Farrellys crank out fodder for the mainstream, Ashby does none of the sort. He lives in the cult, where films try to break the rules, and Harold and Maude is no exception. They usually carry the chick flick stigma and are lucky to get even one Oscar nomination. It got wins, and in all five major categories: But a comedy it was, making It Happened One Night a truly groundbreaking moment in cinema history and an underdog triumph that no one, except Capra and Riskin, saw coming.
Picture a silent film. But sometime around , a fascinating seachange happened in a large chunk of the academic community. Critical opinion began to shift away from Chaplin and toward another silent comedian. Oh, the scholars of the Hollywood Renaissance still admired Chaplin, sure. Like Chaplin, Keaton wrote, directed, produced and starred in his own films. He directed and starred in his first films in , and was soon creating masterful shorts, like One Week and The Scarecrow , before graduating to longer works, gems like Our Hospitality , Sherlock Jr.
Throughout, he perfected his craft, his comic timing, his understanding of camera, until finally he was ready to make his masterpiece, The General.
No, Baby was just another in a blooming trend of the new subgenre, following films like W. Does it honestly get any screwier than Katharine Hepburn with a pet leopard or Cary Grant as a paleontologist looking for his lost dinosaur bone? That limey cocksucker can rot in hell for all I care! Like the real Lugosi, the character cannot hide his jealousy over the success of Boris Karloff as Frankenstein: Indeed, his jealousy is rooted in the pains of missed opportunity.
For after the success of Dracula in , its Universal producers E. Asher and Carl Laemmle Jr. But he turned it down, saying the part was too degrading for a big star like him.
Frankenstein became an even bigger success than Dracula, and Karloff launched to superstardom. Meanwhile, Lugosi settled for lesser films, saw his work turn into parody, and ended his life a penniless drug-addict. Still, the fact that Lugosi never escaped Dracula underscores his effectiveness in the role. Part of the power of movies is their ability to provide reference points to various historical events.
As for the Great Depression, and the accompanying Dust Bowl of the s, no film is more definitive, or more accurate, than The Grapes of Wrath. The source novel by John Steinbeck was an enormous hit, as people read the plight of the Joad family as therapy for their own everyday hardship.
Famed producer Darryl F. Like the latter, Giant was an epic tale of life in the deep south, based off a famous book by a female author, this time Edna Ferber instead of Margaret Mitchell. But it still was Warner Bros. Two weeks before the cross-country trip he devised the concept for sex, lies, and videotape, of which he wrote the final draft during the eight-day drive to L.
The Fly was a natural next step in this filmography, and lucky for us, it is so much more than its stomach-turning premise. And right there in their midst, catching your eye is a spectacular stunt in the most famous scene of The Great Escape — Steve McQueen jumping his motorcycle over a barbed wire fence. Needless to say McQueen rode that bike into immortality.
How fitting that Escape be directed by John Sturges, whose name evokes the famed Sturgis bike rally, for these are the people who love his movies.
All three are great pictures sporting the chiseled faces of Lancasters, Bronsons and McQueens. How is a piece of pop culture born? Man writes novel in Director adapts novel to film in A young Mel Brooks sees that film, considers it his favorite of all time, and homages it in Blazing Saddles Few films have so successfully combined such adventure, humor and fable all into one.
Even fewer have had such an impact on future filmmakers, like Paul Thomas Anderson, who watched it every night while writing There Will Be Blood The reclusive and mysterious novelist B.
It was a time when the silent era was folding and in its place emerged a new studio system full of specialization. Just as studios broke down production into a series of categories writers, editors, directors , so they also did their product, finding genre niches to appeal to very targeted audiences. The most famous of these were the horror film at Universal, riding the success of Dracula and Frankenstein , and the gangster picture over at Warner Bros.
It was in this environment that producer Daryl F. Zanuck brought us two gangster classics at roughly the same time, Little Caesar and The Public Enemy. But The Public Enemy carries its own unique reputation, simply for its establishment of the studio most identified with the genre, and the man most synonymous with the genre, who with one smash of a grapefruit went from unknown to gangster superstar.
American morale has been crushed by the Great Depression. People are out of jobs, deflated, flat. Yet onto the movie screen walks this gangster — an ambitious, proactive, fast-talking son of a bitch, and he electrifies the viewing public. Robinson in Little Caesar was more than just a fine performance.
It marked a seachange in American film, making room for edgier presentations and defining a new genre in the gangster picture. Its box office release remains the No. And in , the film ranked a powerful No. It does, however, still carry weight with the romantics out there, who voted the film No. And in that realm, the film will never go away.
He broke onto the scene with his theological sci-fi thriller Pi , baffled critics with his overly-ambitious The Fountain , resurrected the career of Mickey Rourke in The Wrestler and, if you ask me, should have been awarded the Best Director Oscar for the harrowing Black Swan The irony of this, of course, is that most of these people have probably never seen a James Dean movie.
So how does such pop culture thrive? Youth continue to follow Dean for what he stood for, this definition of teen angst, confusion and unbottled rebellion. He represented a new type of male, a guy who could pull off toughness with quirky, feminine mannerisms, who could be innately sexy but entirely mysterious.
A man who just by gazing into his sad eyes, spoke volumes about a disenchanted youth. And yes, a man who would become a martyr for all this, dying in that tragic road accident at age 24, just five months after the release of his debut film. Instead, they went ahead on Fargo, an ultimate Oscar-winning success that legitimized the Coens as Hollywood power players. As a result, Lebowski became their much anticipated follow-up, premiering at the Sundance Film Festival in Jan.
But a changing of the guard is underway, and the next generation voices like USA Today Pop Candy blogger Whitney Matheson is beginning to claim this one as a classic.
Then again, the Raiders films always walked that line. Yet the real trick of these films was always the ability to push that envelope just far enough, then rein it in with a popcorn concoction of compelling characters, self-deprecating humor, and action quests of childlike wonder.
Along with Star Wars and Back to the Future, Raiders is the ultimate franchise to watch as children — or with your children. The minute Indy stops a sword-wielding goon by casually shooting him, or a Nazi enforcer folds a potential weapon into a clothes hanger, we realize Spielberg is in on the joke.
Action done straight is often unbelievable, but action with a twist of humor is a damn good time. Picture a movie that runs nearly three hours, has no conventional plotline and 24 different major characters and you have Nashville. A similar phenomenon can be said about Altman himself, who did not receive a single Oscar until his Lifetime Achievement Award in Together, Altman and Nashville are made for eachother, by eachother, both initially off-putting, unashamedly maverick, and gradually more appreciated the more they are studied.
Few films capture their era better, and even fewer have had the power to ring true over the years. Contrary to what you might expect, it was not Psycho What is it about the magic of this film?
Or is it because it marks the moment Hitchcock began financing his own pictures for the rest of his career? Throughout history, the very greatest filmmakers, each of a different niche, always seem to attempt at least one master tragedy. For Alfred Hitchcock, it was Vertigo For Orson Welles, it was Citizen Kane And for Woody Allen, it was the unique Crimes and Misdemeanors.
The film is tragedy in the real sense of the word, not its common use to describe a disaster or catastrophe. This is tragedy like the Greeks meant it, where a character has a choice between impulse what he wants to do and imperative what he should do , and after that choice, realizes that all suffering caused is his own doing.
The fact that Allen is a far more comedic filmmaker than either of the aforementioned directors only adds to the mystique of Crimes and Misdemeanors.
And upon further review, the latter may very well contain the best collection of dances in the entire series. Released just a year after Top Hat, Swing Time follows a generally similar plotline.
He gave her class, she gave him sex appeal. He got most of the clout, and she did everything he did, only backwards in high heels. As long as there are movies, there will never be a better dancing duo than Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. Of the nine films they did together between , two have risen to masterpiece status: Together, they are masterworks in the realm of romantic comedy musicals, released by RKO a year apart, produced by Pandro S. When it comes to the history of film noir, most scholars will put the period roughly between There is some discrepency as to the true start of noir — does a detective story like The Maltese Falcon immediately constitute noir?
Or does it not have more to do with femme fatales, shadows and night journeys? Is Double Indemnity not a more accurate starting point? Many biopics are good i.
Ray; Walk the Line , but few become great i. The real-life human story is almost always spectacular — why else would Hollywood turn it into a movie? Producer Frank McCarthy, former Secretary of the War Department General Staff, actually knew Patton during the war, after which it took him 19 years to get the film made.
In the discussion of strong vs. Sam Mendes is one of those rare exceptions, or at least he thus far appears to be. With a string of efforts including Road to Perdition , Jarhead and Revolutionary Road , Mendes has made quite the name for himself. Has there been another film in recent years that has inspired such simultaneous hope and lament for a self-critical America?
Stanley Kubrick was a wizard among men. He always sought to portray himself as larger-than-life, relocating to a secluded estate in Britain after , and fancying himself as uniquely endowed, able to see life truths and spiritual connections that others could not.
Maybe he could, and this would be his biggest asset. Most scholars want to believe the former, placing his crowning achievement, Forget the cultural staples, the straightjackets, the lotion in the basket, the fava beans and the nice Chianti.
From a purely historical standpoint, The Silence of the Lambs will forever stand out for two amazing achievements. Every so often, a scary crime thriller will come along like The Silence of the Lambs and Se7en that blurs the line. Is Halloween not also a crime thriller in its own way? Maybe the phrase should be that Lambs is the first and last horror-related film to win Best Picture. Perhaps the true description should then be: After storming onto the scene with Badlands , writer-director Terrence Malick made his second feature — Days of Heaven — and then disappeared for 20 years.
The hiatus only served to heighten the myth behind the film and its mysterious director. Imagine the buzz around a maverick filmmaker who makes two masterpieces then goes unheard of for decades. It was the build-up of respect. How many movies can simultaneously turn you on, move you to tears and scare you to death? To juggle all three is the work of a master, Nicolas Roeg, a year veteran of the British film industry by the time he made his debut film, the Mick Jagger vehicle Performance You wait, and it flashes past you.
You have to catch it while you can. There may be no more fascinating personality in the history of movies than Werner Herzog. To watch an interview with him is to tilt your head to the side and grin in complete amusement. I am constantly amazed by the stuff he says and the stories he tells — shooting on a 35mm film camera he stole from his film school; directing actors at gunpoint behind the camera; hauling an actual ship up a mountainside because it looks more realistic than special effects; and getting shot at during an interview, only to continue the interview as if nothing happened.
If you had to pick out one of his films as his most powerful, his most accomplished, his most important, it has to be Aguirre: While these words provide the theme for the rest of the film, the title card itself is the last until the epilogue. What bravery by Murnau to make a silent film without title cards! The decision reflects his desire to show rather than tell, which should be the goal of all filmmakers. It was this decision that forced Murnau to push the limits of both the moving and subjective camera — techniques that fit perfectly into the Kammerspiel subset of the German Expressionist movement.
Rather than the more visually expressionistic style often equated with the movement hard shadows, distorted sets, exaggerated furniture , the Kammerspiel films were more psychologically expressionistic and geared toward fewer characters. Indeed, The Grand Illusion is a masterpiece most filmmakers be proud to hang their hats on as their crowning achievement. Where else can you find such a textbook example of Soviet montage, experimental narrative and raw documentary all rolled into one? Vertov seems determined to strip down the film medium and show how it works from the inside out.
From start to finish, the film casts a self-reflective eye on the cinematic process, making us entirely aware of its apparatus the camera , while exposing a number of filmmaking elements in a sort of cinematic crash course. The hopeless dream of being.
Not seeming, but being. In every waking moment aware, alert. The tug of war — what you are with others and who you really are. A feeling of vertigo and a constant hunger to finally be exposed. To be seen through, cut down, even obliterated. Allegorical, yes, but still fairly tidy. He saw through it, cut it down, obliterated it. And that in these two instances when working in total freedom, I touched wordless secrets that only the cinema can discover.
You have disgraced the industry that made you and fed you! You should be tarred and feathered and run out of Hollywood! Perhaps Wilder had bitten the hand that fed him, but they were necessary bite marks. So often we see a glorified Hollywood with glamorous red carpets, deep wallets and adoring fans. Rarely do we get a glimpse into the price of fame, until that price has tragically been paid, marked by blood and the flashbulbs of a media circus. What lies between the glory and the fall?
What happens mentally and emotionally to movie stars once they pass their prime and are rejected by the business that created them? Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack, is one of those movies. Remove it, and movies veer in a vastly different direction. The first is Benjamin lying in the pool, post-graduation, trying to decide what to do in life. The second is the famous shot under Mrs. Together, this combo of coming-of-age politics and groundbreaking sexual revolution changed the course of movie — and American — history.
Director Mike Nichols played upon the generation gap, flattering youth by depicting adults as materialistic hypocrites, while leading Hollywood down a more socially-relevant path. Watch most any Warner Bros. Their careers began over a century ago, as a family vaudeville act in New York. Yes, they were all actual brothers, and yes, there were as many as five: Groucho, Harpo, Chico, Zeppo and Gummo, though the lattermost left the act before the group started making films in I was 20 when I fell for Elizabeth Taylor.
It was during one of my first internships at The Baltimore Sun, when we heard the actress was on her death bed. Film critic Michael Sragow and multimedia editor Jo Parker had me compile a tribute video, filled with the cheesy transitions of a first-time editor. Thus my first explorations of classic Hollywood came with my first explorations of Taylor. She wound up living for six more years, and it became a running joke at The Sun that my montage was still sitting on the shelf.
I had grown totally endeared to her work, such that her passing recalled her teary-eyed farewell to Monty Clift: The film is mind-blowingly unique. Impressed, the teacher helped Sragow get into NYU film school and become the first regular movie critic for Rolling Stone magazine.
How lucky I am not to have seen the Oscar snubbing in From the very start, he set the highest of standards — to create the biggest, most expensive, most glamorous Hollywood production that history had ever seen. A toxic mixture of genius, megalomaniac, showman and perfectionist, Selznick followed the now controversial advice of his father, a jeweler who had failed at the movie business: It gives you confidence.
That is not to say only living people, but overall people throughout the course of history. Why, then, is there a backlash from mainstream viewers, who gave higher box office receipts to 76 other movies that year?
Why does the public rate it a 7. Why did Roger Ebert give it just one star in ? Blue Velvet is not only odd, but it goes for something that transcends cinema. And how does that compute with the other half, which is the exact opposite — a brutally real underworld? Finally, you contemplate it long enough and you realize the corniness and brutality are both there for a reason: Such a broad spectrum makes for a most fascinating discussion about the critics and the mainstream.
While the public made Gump the highest grossing movie of and votes it an 8. They simultaneously shower it with Oscars six including Best Picture and snub it entirely at Cannes, Venice and Berlin. After nearly 75 years, the film has transformed itself from mild box office showing to must-see annual TV event to timeless pop culture legend.
The film has become so mythical that many fans can no longer separate fact from fiction. Some of these myths have been busted; others embraced. But one thing is for certain — a film that spawns so many legends must indeed be a legend itself.
How little it actually focuses on Christmas. How could so many people convince themselves that it was cheery? To this day, they remain the only original and sequel to both win the Oscar for Best Picture. If you fall into this category, I beg you to reconsider.
If you like movies, and their potential to explain the world around us, I promise this is a bandwagon worth joining. Bette Davis was Hollywood royalty, so respected that she was named the very first female president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
After her resignation, studio head Darryl F. Zanuck said she would never work in Hollywood again. But there he was, eight years later, signing her to play the lead role of Margo Channing in All About Eve.
It was a risky project, untouched for years by studios who were uneasy about its unflattering presentation of showbiz as a world of lying, opportunistic, backstabbing scum. No business like it, indeed.
The film was fittingly released the same year as Sunset Blvd. Thus will forever stand as the year that show business was its most self-reflexive and its most self-critical. How brilliant a writer is Charlie Kaufman? From , Kaufman single-handedly gave us some of the most imaginative screenplays in the history of movies, from Being John Malkovich , about a puppeteer finding a hidden doorway into the head of actor John Malkovich, to Adaptation.
If only Jimmy Stewart had that luxury in Vertigo. And yet, Eternal Sunshine is so much more than its original, bittersweet premise. Kaufman layers his gimmick with deep characterization, beautiful themes and wondrous science fiction. Of the three aformentioned scripts to land on the WGA list, Eternal Sunshine ranks the highest at 24, and while the other two did not win Kaufman Oscars, Eternal Sunshine finally did the trick. To argue the merits of Rocky as a popular phenomenon seems almost unnecessary, and any plot summary is merely a formality.
Few films can claim to have been seen, and beloved, by so many. Unfortunately, the film has become so diluted by pop culture references and endless sequels that watching it today almost feels like an exercise in self-parody.
Why Entertainment Weekly voted him the 3 greatest of all time. The greatest in this experimental period was, of course, Rear Window. Here, Hitchcock concocted his most original, most challenging concept yet: The rotund man nimbly walked the tightrope between the academic and the mainstream better than anyone — while so many others looked down and got the spins. He was both a showman and a visionary, making films that celebrate the nail-biting entertainment we love about the movies, yet ones that, upon closer inspection, reveal a deeper understanding of how cinesthetic techniques work wonders on the subconscious.
There, I just saved you two long, boobless hours. Magsalubong tayo sa may harap ng sinehan mamayang gabi. Let us meet each other infront of of the moviehouse later tonight. Sumama ang pakiramdam ni Ana kaninang umaga. Ana became ill this morning. Sumama tayo papuntang palengke kina Sheila at Rhoda. Let us join Sheila and Rhoda on the way to the market. You bring along some of your friends for dinner tonight. Bring along Sheila on your way to Berkeley. You should not slap people. Slap the student sleeping in the class.
Sumampalataya ka ba sa kanyang sinabi? Did you believe in what he said? You hang the clothes in the bathroom. Hang the clothes in the bathroom. Expresses unreal futurity in the past or doubtful futurity in the present. You should practise well for your singing. Get used to the hardships in life. You lean the mirror against the wall. Lean the mirror against the wall.
You scoop some rice. Sumandok ka ng tubig mula sa tapayan. You scoop some water from the clay jar. Sumangga siya sa suntok ng kalaban. He shielded himself against the punches of the enemy. You should shield youself from the punch of the enemy.
Shield yourself from the punch of the enemy. Sanggahin mo ang suntok ng kalaban. Shield yourself from the punches of the enemy. You mortgage your watch so you can have some money. Mortgage your watch so you can have some money. You put some bedsheets as underlayer on your bed. Use the bedsheet as underlayer on your bed. You shut the door. Let us now return the rented videos. Return the videos we rented.
You memorize ten poems. Memorize the Philippine National Anthem. Sumawsaw siya ng shushi sa toyo. He dipped the sushi in the soy sauce. Huwag kang magsayang ng pera ng magulang mo. You should not waste the money of your parents. You dance at the bar tonight. Hindi madaling magselos si Hillary.
Hillary is not the type who easily gets jealous. Huwag ka nang magsentimyento sa iyong asawa. You should not feel disappointed with your spouse. Sumenyas ka sa amin kung pumayag ang pulis. You give us a signal if the policeman agreed. Let us build a bonfire here. Set fire on the wood. Let's cook some pork broth.
Make some pork broth. Bawal magsigarilyo sa loob ng gusali. Smoking inside the building is not allowed. You shout out loud.
Shout the name of Maria. The horse kicked its hind legs because of fear. Kick your left foot backwards. Magsikap tayong lahat upang ang buhay natin ay umunlad.
We should all work diligently so we could have a better life. Sumiksik na lang si Pedro sa punong bus upang huwag siyang mahuli sa pagpasok sa opisina. Pedro crammed himself in the full bus in order not to be late in going to his office.
You cram in some papers inside the bag. Cram your body inside the little cabinet. You should serve your motherland. Serve what you cooked. Monica is fond of peeping through Kenneth's room. Kenneth wants to peep inside Bill's room. Magsimba tayo ng maaga sa Linggo. Let us go to church early on Sunday. Simutin mo ang pagkain sa iyong plato. Finish the food on your plate.
You should now start a new life. You light up a candle. Light up the candle. You should blow your nose so you could breathe better. Blow your clogged nose. Did you collect payments for all your loans? You insert some money in Pedro's pocket. Insert the money in Pedro's pocket. Huwag kang magsinungaling sa iyong asawa. You should not lie to your spouse.
You should not kick on those beside you. Sumipi ka ng nakasulat sa pisara. You copy what is on the blackboard. You brush your teeth before going to bed. You sip some coke. Ikaw ba ang sumira sa aking damit?
Are you the one who ripped my clothes? I am not fond of breaking other people's things. I don't want to destroy our good friendship. Magtrabaho ka ng maayos kung ayaw mong masisante. You should do your job well if you don't want to be fired. He wants to fire lazy employees. Don't fire those diligent employees. Magsisi ka na sa iyong mga pagkakamali. You should now repent of all your mistakes.
Huwag kang manisi ng iba, sisihin mo na lang ang iyong sarili. You should not blame others, just blame yourself. We swam under the sea. Let's go under the sea. Let us auction our things. Auction the old furniture. You should choose well your friends so you won't get into trouble.
Don't get us into trouble. You should not put into your mouth the dirty spoon. Feed the rice into your mouth. You should try on some pants before we pay for it. Try and find out if what you want will work. Huwag kang manubok ng iyong asawa. You should not spy on your spouse. Sumubsob ang mukha ni Josie sa mukha ni Rey.
Josie's face fell on the face of Rey. You should be careful or you might be involved in trouble. Don't get yourself involved in their fight. Huwag kang magsugal ng perang hindi iyo. You should not gamble money that is not yours. Huwag mong paglaruan ang kutsilyo at baka ka masugat.
You should not play with the knife or you might get hurt. Malapit na yatang magsugat ang kagat ng lamok. It seems that the mosquito bite is developing into a wound. Bill doesn't like to inflict pain on Monica. Don't break the heart of Kenneth, Monica. You should not attack Bill immediately, Kenneth. Sumugpo sila ng mga daga sa bukid.
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