My top 10 of 2018
(I added The House that Jack Built to my October watchlist!) https://twitter.com/fs0ciety01/status/1439685723951493122 …pic.twitter.com/3655Xl2yVh
Of the four best movies I saw in 2018, only one received a nomination for best picture. I'm pretty sure comic book movies are doing just fine. https://twitter.com/Spideyverse456/status/1439622295488708610 …pic.twitter.com/U3WirLFcAv
I often see people say, "watch more movies" or "I hope such and such movie makes people watch more" but I sometimes wonder if maybe not everyone knows where to start? So anyway. It's there if anyone is interested. I also just thought of MONSTER (2003). That fits too.pic.twitter.com/VIMRr1BQQ4
Yeah, JOKER has been discussed a lot, for better and worse.
If anyone is interested in exploring more but maybe doesn't know what to watch, here's a list I made of some movies that connect w/ the appeal of JOKER in one way or another: https://twitter.com/kevin_thecritic/status/1439649108936036358 …pic.twitter.com/IVS4EE7cFA
SIDEWAYS - great little movie. Now the question is, will Spider-Man: No Way Home be the reunion we've all been waiting for? https://twitter.com/Popculturerwd/status/1439568035111702532 …pic.twitter.com/jYTr6byq4c
4 Favorite 80s Films
What are yours?
#FilmTwitter https://twitter.com/Arts_Channel/status/1439617849300029440 …pic.twitter.com/GcBzN7DEjc
4 Favorite Films of the 90s
What are yours?
#FilmTwitter https://twitter.com/Arts_Channel/status/1439616665189244931 …pic.twitter.com/zgZQLhfON8
Oh, way too many to choose. But I'm choosing to devote some space to MACBETH (1971). Taylor/Polanski make this film feel like folklore, like Shakespeare was just transcribing THIS into theater. This movie is cold sunshine and stormy air; it makes your joints hurt. In a good way. https://twitter.com/ThatEricAlper/status/1439431560575569922 …pic.twitter.com/45XG2bLlkv
4 Favorite Films of the 2010s.
What are yours?
#FilmTwitter https://twitter.com/Arts_Channel/status/1439235364259041283 …pic.twitter.com/HFbigHgduh
Benny Golson gave him just about the best tribute I can imagine anyone getting, when he wrote one of the greatest Jazz standards of all time and called it, I Remember Clifford.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVvRZWhFF4w …
Clifford Brown. Reality-alteringly talented guy - can't even believe how much he produced in just 4 years - who died in a random car accident at 25. No one's fault - just the universe snuffing him out. He'd be my number one choice for a second chance. https://twitter.com/ThatEricAlper/status/1439401361171431428 …pic.twitter.com/yZWgcICVff
Aardman's new film looks adorable.https://twitter.com/fs0ciety01/status/1439297914501693440 …
My top 4 favorite films of all time https://twitter.com/halcyonfeature/status/1438978322965442562 …pic.twitter.com/dpzHnzzgKW
I've actually never seen the original The Lost Boys. Is that one I should watch? https://twitter.com/TommyDoyle47/status/1439234743212593154 …pic.twitter.com/PcksZpIyjw
4 best horror movie openings https://twitter.com/RafaelAlv02/status/1439264590509088773 …pic.twitter.com/0SyLoj9hmk
Well, I agree with one part: let's not forget the horror (and sci-fi and gangster films) made before the films we are currently nostalgic for. If we did, we'd have a VERY selective view of film history.pic.twitter.com/O7HXdafXdu
About once a week over hot chocolate and sobbing, I think about the 20-min dream sequence designed and rendered by Salvador Dali for Hitchcock's SPELLBOUND (1945), guest-directed by the master of prod. design, W.C. Menzies ... which Selznick cut to 2 min and threw the rest away.pic.twitter.com/Lys1IJLr2m