Hold on to your butts, because we’re in for a HUGE month:
More never-before-ranked movies slam into each other in a a brand new “VS.”!
It’s time once again for the list to be compiled… Dan, Jeff, and Alex take pairs of films and compare them, all the while ranking their top movies of all-time. This week, more movies that have never been seen in VS. before – including some real heavy hitters!
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Movie fans were saddened by the passing of director Tony Scott in an apparent suicide on Sunday, August 19th. Though never achieving the acclaim of his Oscar-nominated brother Ridley – in either a critical (Gladiator, Black Hawk Down) or cultural (Alien, Blade Runner) sense – Tony Scott was nonetheless a filmmaker of genuine talent.
Scott was never as interested as his elder sibling in crafting films made to stand the test of time. Instead, he was far more concerned with living in the cinematic moment, in bringing us moments of exhilaration, escape, and just a good ol’ time at the multiplex. And along the way, he created for himself a distinct visual style that has been aped by many other action directors, yet never quite duplicated.
Netflix currently offers an impressive selection of films involving prostitution, from tales of male hustlers to pimps to high class call girls. I went through and compiled the Top 21 prostitution movies available now for streaming on Netflix, according to Flickchart’s users’ rankings. (There is a made-for-television movie, Beverly Hills Madam, starring Faye Dunaway that no one on Flickchart has ranked yet – if you’d like to be the first to check it out.) Read the rest of this entry »
For the last six years, we’ve been waiting patiently for the sophomore effort from directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris. The husband-and-wife team responsible for 2006‘s Little Miss Sunshine, one of the finest films of the last decade, has finally returned with Ruby Sparks, an innovative romantic comedy that brings to life a fantasy most writers only dream about. It asks the question: What if those dreams came to life?