Discussion in 'Reviews' started by Elutherian, Oct 13, 2009.
Mine would, obviously, be Quentin Tarantino's 'Pulp Fiction'.
Pulp Fiction's definitely one of them.
too many good ones to settle on one...."m" fritz lang..."freaks" browning..."citizen cane" orson welles..
"gone with the wind", "jezabel", "dark victory", "of mice and men" "to kill a mockingbird" i could just go on and on
Good picks... but I've never quite understood people's fascination with Citizen Kane. I found that movie to be pretty damn boring to be honest about it.
i think to appreciate it fully you have to appreicate the director...etc....
and you had to get what 'rosebud' was
this is my favorite grade B movie of all time
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Lord of the Rings..... Return of the King
I understand what you mean buy Citizen Kane. While I don't necessarily agree that it was boring, I can see you're coming from. The best part of the movie, in my opinion, is technical side; the directing, cinematography andediting. Wells did some amazing work in that film.
For me. there are too many films I like to pick just one. Instead, I will pick the movie that most effected my life. The one that changed completely the way I think, the way I look at the world.
Stanley Kramer's 1960 Inherit the Wind starring Spencer Tracy, Fredric March, Gene Kelly, and Dick York, among others.
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