Orphan Black not on the list..r u fn kidding me
Popeye, Birdcage and the under-appreciated Awakenings. Robin didn't star, but
delivered a very
It's been noted that Fassbinder got the most mentions with three films on the list.
Martin Scorcese proves himself not only a brilliant and influential cinematic director, but also, as
I suppose Jo wouldn't find a problem with someone hiring 39 men out of 39 open positions for
Junkie XL is the latest in the line of electronic musicians transitioning into film work. He went
I was able to watch several of these for the first time while the Story of Film series was running
So along with more giant blue cat people we're going to get a huge, agonizing dose of James
Nice to see Veronika Voss. That film takes the faded-silver-screen-starlet trope to such a dark
Another note to Bbc: Dont change anything about Peaky Blinders other than putting it on prime time
I would add the Leopard by Visconti and 81/2 by Fellini.
I'd follow James Cameron into the Gates of Hell...
you should make donatello off of ninja turtles the oldest
Personally I go to the movies to be entertained and to escape from the world for a few hours.
This looks like it might have been good if placed in the hands of the right director. As it stands,
okay, i'll definitely give it a go then.
don't be an idiot. Clearly Scorsese is more concerned with artistic merit than gender politics.
While I'm with all the above posts (except XIIX's), many of the above listed films feature
It is phenomenal. Deadwood calibre, easily, Game of Thrones intriguer, absolutely, the talent of
you clearly have not read Asmov