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Schindler's List (1993)

In my opinion, this is the best movie ever made. Steven Spielberg makes a masterpiece in every definition of the word. This movie is as close to the real thing as we who did not suffer or discover this tragedy of biblical proportions will ever get, thankfully. 713 more words


Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (1977)

     This just has to be in my top five list.  The most technologically important movie of any generation, this movie allows crappy touchy feely movies that Benn likes to have small special effects that aren’t even noticeable.  929 more words


The Matrix (1999)

The movie that brought philosophy on the scale of Jean Paul Sartre to Hollywood, The Matrix won awards for its special effects and millions of fans for its many philosophical messages.  733 more words


August: Osage County (2014) + How to Get Away With Telling Your Life Story On-Screen

Bet you thought it was a cool idea, brave even, to share your life story on-screen?

Wrong. Well, maybe only if you know what you’re doing. 1,313 more words

Screenwriter Tips

Patton (1970)

This was my favorite movie before Schindler’s List and I still think it is the single best performance by an actor in a role.  George C. 912 more words


Tora, Tora, Tora (1970)

This movie is one of the many World War II movies that came out in the 1960 and 70’s that were more of a dramatization then they were for entertainment value.  509 more words


Born to dance in the dark

As the year comes to an end, we always put in the effort to catch-up with our closest friends, to reconnect and reminisce on the year that was. 120 more words