A shot-by-shot investigation of the three-way standoff at the climax of Sergio Leone's 'The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,' revealing mathematical patterns, images of thought, and pure musical rhythm.
Horror films are fascinating. Probably my favorite genre to learn about. Let's see just how much goes into making a scene scary.
A comparison between the 1995 and 1962 science fiction films.
Like Shane Black.
A scene breakdown.
The style and techniques of a master cinematographer.
Breathe explores the use of breathing in films and how while it is always happening it is commonly removed and is only added in to add emphasize to a particular moment.
By turning his camera on his characters’ individuality, Wong Kar-Wai is reminding we the audience of their and indeed our own subjectivity, a perspective further reinforced by the dreamlike, otherworldly visual aesthetic the director adopts.
It's the small things that count the most sometimes.
A lot of folks don’t realize the dance scene from 'Death Proof' is taken almost grind-for-grind from a Brian DePalma movie, 'Femme Fatale.'
There will never be another like Bruce Lee, and there can’t be, his singularity can never be replicated, it can only be appreciated for the totality of experience it was, and at best, learned from.