“When you’re born in the gutter, you end up in the port.”
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes may not be Marilyn Monroe’s best-known film, but it may just be her best – at any rate, it’s a film you should see before you die.
“You know, I’m a rather brilliant surgeon. Perhaps I can help you with that hump. What hump?”
Detective stories trace their lineage back to Edgar Allen Poe, but it’s hard-boiled detective fiction penned by authors like Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler that has made the most impression on cinema, as evidenced by Flickchart’s Top Ten Detective Films.
Goldfinger is the highest-ranked James Bond film on Flickchart, It set box office records, Its imagery and music have become entrenched in pop culture, and is truly a Movie to See Before You Die.
“It’s the difference between an amateur and a professional. And, despite all appearances, I’m not professional.”
The 2008 sci-fi film Jumper was a critical flop, and Flickchart users agree, but is the novel it was based on any better?
Not by coincidence, Akira Kurosawa’s DREAMS marries his deepest fears with his love of things that come from the sky. Take a closer look at the way life and death are partnered with rain, snow, fog, flower petals, and birds in one of the great director’s final films.
The themes that inspired the original POLTERGEIST work just as well in 2015, but the remake lacks the compelling idiosyncrasies of the 1982 film.
“I said I liked it – I didn’t say I wanted to kiss it.”