andrew paul davis

Movies Watched in 2014 -  #43
In The Heat of the Night (1967)
8.5/10 - I love when movies capture their own era, and this is one of them that does it, and does it well. Besides the issues of Civil Rights and racism, particularly in the South, the movie also touches on the law wanting to close a case based on assumptions rather than evidence. (Marilyn Monroe’s death, JFK’s assassination, etc…) 

Movies Watched in 2014 -  #43

In The Heat of the Night (1967)

8.5/10 - I love when movies capture their own era, and this is one of them that does it, and does it well. Besides the issues of Civil Rights and racism, particularly in the South, the movie also touches on the law wanting to close a case based on assumptions rather than evidence. (Marilyn Monroe’s death, JFK’s assassination, etc…) 

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#in the heat of the night  #afi top 100  #film  #movie  #movies  #2014movies 
internetpioneer:

My attempt at recreating a beautiful scene from The Wind Rises in an impressionistic art style ^.^
Inspired by the man I’m doing a research project on, Claude Monet.

internetpioneer:

My attempt at recreating a beautiful scene from The Wind Rises in an impressionistic art style ^.^

Inspired by the man I’m doing a research project on, Claude Monet.

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Movies Watched in 2014 - #42
The Wedding Singer (1998)
5/10 - Adam Sandler is at his best when he masks his comedy with true drama. (ex. Punch Drunk Love, Click) Unfortunately, Sandler’s (sometimes) shitty comedy-style seared this decent Broadway source material. Regardless of it’s musical merits—it’s predictable. And over-sentimental like the majority of God-forsaken post-Spielberg cinema. 

Movies Watched in 2014 - #42

The Wedding Singer (1998)

5/10 - Adam Sandler is at his best when he masks his comedy with true drama. (ex. Punch Drunk Love, Click) Unfortunately, Sandler’s (sometimes) shitty comedy-style seared this decent Broadway source material. Regardless of it’s musical merits—it’s predictable. And over-sentimental like the majority of God-forsaken post-Spielberg cinema. 

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#the wedding singer  #i hate what spielberg and john williams did to 80s and 90s movie music  #film  #movie  #movies  #2014movies  #adam sandler  #drew barrymore 
Movies Watched in 2014 - #41
West Side Story (1961)
7/10 - Executed very well. One of the most solidly shot films of the 60’s from what I’ve seen, and one of the best looking of all time when it come to musical movies. But I just don’t think musicals work very well on the screen (or the stage most the time lolz). There sure is lots of “triple-threat” talent in this, but I never really got lost in it. 

Movies Watched in 2014 - #41

West Side Story (1961)

7/10 - Executed very well. One of the most solidly shot films of the 60’s from what I’ve seen, and one of the best looking of all time when it come to musical movies. But I just don’t think musicals work very well on the screen (or the stage most the time lolz). There sure is lots of “triple-threat” talent in this, but I never really got lost in it. 

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#west side story  #afi top 100  #film  #movie  #movies  #2014movies  #musical  #musicals  #broadway  #1961  #1960s  #60s  #cinema 
t3chn0ir:

'Free winds and no tyranny for you, Freddie, sailor of the seas. You pay no rent, free to go where you please. Then go, go to that landless latitude and good luck. If you figure a way to live without serving a master, any master, then let the rest of us know, will you? For you'd be the first in the history of the world.' 
The Master (2012)

t3chn0ir:

'Free winds and no tyranny for you, Freddie, sailor of the seas. You pay no rent, free to go where you please. Then go, go to that landless latitude and good luck. If you figure a way to live without serving a master, any master, then let the rest of us know, will you? For you'd be the first in the history of the world.' 

The Master (2012)

(via internetpioneer)

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Movies Watched in 2014 - #40
Cabaret (1972)
8/10 - Cabaret delivers with sophistication and flair thanks to its impeccable editing. 

Movies Watched in 2014 - #40

Cabaret (1972)

8/10 - Cabaret delivers with sophistication and flair thanks to its impeccable editing. 

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#cabaret  #afi top 100  #film  #movie  #movies  #2014movies 
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