“The Blue Gardenia” is not a film noir. Neither is “Key Largo,” “Gun Crazy,” or “The Naked City.” Blogger Doug van Hollen spoils for a fight in this Film Spotlight essay!
Author: Douglas Van Hollen
Despite having all the advantages of Western society, men sure seem to need a lot of help when it comes to love.
Are we hearing the score of a television show or of a movie? What can the characters on the screen hear? What makes it so beautiful? Why am I crying?
It’s thicker than seepage, it’s thinner than sludge. It’s the secret weapon of speculative fiction that you may never have noticed. We count down the top 5 movies to feature ooze, ick, goo, and plasm (ecto or otherwise).
In more ways than you think, slime holds many of the worlds of film together. We count down numbers 10-6 of the best showcases for this wonderful stuff.
This is a great movie to watch with your dad, because it makes fun of the other movies you’ve watched with him.
Like all bold cinematic experiments, these films turned as many people off as on. Of course, it would be impossible to compare them. They’re WAY too different. What a ridiculous idea.
Is there a relationship between box office gross and Flickchart global ranking? Of course there isn’t. Except… wait, what if I do this…
Sometimes a “motion picture” contains very little “motion”. And sometimes that’s not a bad thing.