Barry Lyndon is a stunning period drama that boasts beautiful cinematography and an epic story.
Barry Lyndon is about an Irish rogue who cheats his way to being being very wealthy but then comes his inevitable downfall resulting in one of the most gripping duels in cinema history.
This is one of Kubrick's most unknown films but it is considered by many to be his masterpeice. AND IT IS!!!
I don't even know where to start when I talk about this wonderfully brilliant masterpeice.
It starts off with Laura Dern (Nikki/Sue) told that she will star in a adulterous love story with Justin Therox (Devon/Billy) and the film is directed by Jeremy Irons (Kingsley). But the film is a cursed remake and that will drive Nikki to the edge of her sanity.
That is pretty much the plot but also a lot of the film takes place in Poland and that might not seem important but if you want to unravel this brillint riddle, you need to know that.
This film is both horrifingly beautiful and satarical. Inland Empire is a must-see and David Lynch's best film along side Mulholland Drive.
Night of the living dead is the grandfather of all zombie films. It has all the key undead motifs: from contagious bites, claustrophobic setting, interesting characters, plot twists.
Night does have blood but it has aged a bit but that doesn't stop this film from being great and unforgettable. (plus it has the coolest zombie ever in it...... the kid zombie).
WOW! I can't even review is film without saying that The Godfather is the most epic movie you will ever witness.
The violence is gruesome but is very beautiful and well shot.
The acting is flawless and the locations are the best ivé ever seen.
I am Italian so I would know if this is realistic and I got to say that it is but they could have got italian actors to play Vito of Michael.
But overall it is a perfect film and one that is my 9th favourite film of all time and it is a hard job to get into my favourite films list.
By the way the best gangstar film of all time is Goodfellas!