Article from 1997 New Yorker. I had read a fair amount about the difficulties Coppola had in getting Godfather made, but this piece has some stories I hadn't seen before.
Just because I like it.
Above average for lists of this type. Interesting for at least two reasons: first, it has a number of movies I've seen and really liked, including the underrated Thief (#65), and second, it's compiled by John Nolte who is probably more politically conservative than the typical movie list compiler.
Related: "The 25 Best High School Movies".
"Turns out Rose's life raft wasn't a door in 'Titanic'— and sorry, but Jack would've drowned anyway"
I had no idea that this was a huuuuuge controversy. But, at last, this seems like the definitive resolution.
Next month will be the 35th anniversary of the release of The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension, one of the most inventive movies I've ever seen. But it's weird. To fully appreciate it you need esoteric knowledge--Do you know the significance of Grovers Park, NJ?--or you need some explication. Here's a start.
The complete movie is available free, but with ads, on YouTube.
An absolute gem. (2.5 minute video.)
Some good ones on this list. (I make it a tie for first place between Kareem and Bill Murray.)
I liked No Country for Old Men, but I confess I didn't really understand it. This helps some. (9 minute video.)
Movie coming in July. I'd be interested in seeing it. Crosby's survival to a ripe old age is one of the medical marvels of our time.(Second perhaps to that of Keith Richards's.)