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It's been 20 years since 1995, but which films from this 12 month period are regarded as the best? Take a click inside to find out.
Here’s to the films that kill off most, if not all of their main characters and keep us all on our toes.
The world's greatest filmmakers tell their stories from the very first frame in their movies to the very last. Need proof? Just watch the amazing supercut below, and you'll notice just how many brilliant films have beginnings and endings that work in stunning tandem.
It’s always fun to have the creative minds behind such mesmerizing films weigh in on the process. This piece with McQuarrie is a terrific read, and one that explains how he and Singer didn’t even know they were reinventing the wheel with their structure-busting narrative.
Most of us love villains. Even if we root against them, deep down we can’t get enough of their nefarious little schemes and their incessant plotting. Done correctly, they can be the most memorable things about superhero/ gangster/ crime/ high school movies. But it’s time we took a step back and realized these sociopaths, murderers, assholes, douche bags, bitches and bloodsuckers don’t act alone.
If you haven’t seen either of the movies involved in this video and story, then you should know that there are plenty of spoilers to be found here. And, well, you probably deserve to have both of them spoiled. Keyser Soze!
There has been an odd assortment of Usual Suspects movement, including Singer “recasting” the classic crime thriller with modern actors. The reason I say “odd” is because this isn’t an anniversary year for the picture. Why wouldn’t the various people involved in creating memorable Usual Suspects paraphernalia wait until the 20th anniversary of Singer’s film?
This weekend marks the return of Sherlock Holmes, who is a wise ass as portrayed in the recent movie series by Robert Downey Jr., but has been one of history's smartest characters since Arthur Conan Doyle created him in 1887. Sherlock Holmes isn't the kind of guy who's content to sit back knowing he has all the answers
This weekend Denzel Washington shows up in theaters as the lead in a movie called Unstoppable, about a train which is anything but. You know he'll eventually stop it in the end, and even if he didn't, eventually