Oldboy   3/21/15
by Gatsby
A great aspect of the film is that you can scenes such as the long-take hallway fight scene one and the scene with the ants crawling out of the body of Oh Dae Su.

Pulp Fiction   3/20/15
by Gatsby
The fact that the film is considered to be so overrated just shows how great the film is.

Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb   3/19/15
by Gatsby
This film isn't about the war happening outside- like all great war films, it's about the war happening inside, And the really great part is that the tragedy of the inner war is spelled out in a comical way- which is more effective.

Monty Python and the Holy Grail   3/16/15
by Gatsby
Lastly, sometimes the film does nothing and lets the film take a run on itself.

Taxi Driver   3/15/15
by Gatsby
The way the film creates a new level is the mood and atmosphere of the film.

Ran   3/13/15
by Gatsby
For those just getting into Kurosawa this isn't much of a first film, but once you understand his brilliance make sure to come back to what I think is the pinnacle of his career- a undoubtful favorite of mine.

North   1/01/15
by Gatsby
And it isn't even one of those 'so-bad-they're-good' films.

Snowpiercer   12/31/14
by Gatsby
Not only that, I could see him throughout the film trying different styles in order to adapt to certain scenes, which worked surprisingly well.

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies   12/21/14
by Gatsby
Most of the film is fighting after fighting, armies after armies.

The Italian Job   12/20/14
by Gatsby
One of my favorites scenes in the film is the opening scene where the overall mood is set.

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