Accompanied by Hans Zimmers rousing score, this scene took several weeks to shoot and was inspired by Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. Thrilling, ambitious and innovative. Check out Cinefix’s analysis on the scene. Advertisements Continue reading Hallway Fight
A speech that has affected television, videos and presidential campaigns, Gordon Gekko’s iconic monologue is a warning of America’s potentially disastrous future. The sense of conviction and humbleness from Gekko is quietly sinister but to a degree, admirable. The fascination on Bud Fox’s face speaks to the many up and coming stockbrokers of that era. The speech is a more subdued delivery than that of Leonardo DiCaprio’s Jordan Belfort, … Continue reading Greed is Good!
Described by Richard Roeper from the Chicag0 Sun-Times as ‘The Citizen Kane of Bad Movies’, The Room for me is a different kind of masterpiece. the filmmaking is insanely incompetent to a degree that makes it somewhat fascinating. I initially wanted nothing to do with this abomination, after seeing this 3 times already it’s utterly screwball and disarmingly charming in it’s unintentional humour that makes … Continue reading You’re tearing me apart Lisa
Roses upon roses upon roses, be sure to do this for the missus fellas, she’ll love you all the better
(be advised, mature content) Both Joaquin Phoenix and the late great Philip Hoffman are both working at peak power here, ‘effing and jeffing away. Continue reading The Master – Jail Scene