1. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977).
After a strange encounter, a line worker becomes obsessed with UFOs, seeing and hearing strange things. A woman also experiences an encounter with a UFO, which later abducts her son. 780 more words
You might not invite them to Thanksgiving. Or maybe you would. The world of movies is filled with brilliantly issue-laden families, from the Corleones of The Godfather series, through to the Tenenbaums of royal fame and the Burnhams of American Beauty. 461 more words
1. Shane Carruth.
Although this guy may only have two films to his name, he more than deserves the number one spot on this list. He began his career as a director, writer, actor, producer, composer, and editor back in 2004 with his Sundance hit Primer, which went on to win the Grand Jury Prize. 1,996 more words
1. The Philadelphia Story (1940).
Katharine Hepburn stars with two of Hollywood’s greats, James Stewart and Cary Grant, in George Cukor’s screwball comedy. Tracy Lord is about to marry oil tycoon George Kitterege in a high-society matchup that goes from picture-perfect to farcical when her ex-husband (Grant) and a pair of tabloid reporters (Stewart and Ruth Hussey) show up on her doorstep. 704 more words