A supercut of small-town shenanigans from films by Steven Spielberg.
Particularly in an era of hyper-macho action heroes like Stallone and Schwarzenegger.
Best watched in your parents’ basement with the lights off, a pack of Whoppers, and a stolen can of Natural Light from your dad’s minifridge.
It isn’t just the pacing Mann employs that helps build his constant tension, but also the ambiguous structuring of the film by which it’s never entirely certain which character – DeNiro’s McCauley or Pacino’s Hanna – is the protagonist, and which is the antagonist.
Color plays a vital part in the excellence of 'Carlito's Way,' from reflecting character decisions to vividly casting a shadow of the past without flashbacks.
In terms of war movies and their verisimilitude to the actual events they depict, there is likely no finer example than the first 28 minutes of Steven Spielberg’s 'Saving Private Ryan.'
Juan Antonio Bayona closes his trilogy about the relations between mothers and sons this year with 'A Monster Calls.' This is a tribute to all these little moments.
The Most Important Cinematic Question of Our Time
What would happen if Sterling Archer was Captain of the USS Enterprise?
Ten Commandments, nine cinematographers, one vision. What most unified this great director's masterwork was his eye for human faces.