Loosely inspired by his own experiences, Oliver Stone wrote and directed this award-winning Vietnam War film in which a young soldier named Chris encounters brutal conflict on every conceivable front. In addition to fighting a largely unseen enemy, Chris must also grapple with the ongoing showdown between two of his commanding officers. The film was nominated for eight Oscars at the 59th Academy Awards, winning four including Best Picture and Best Director. —with this 2013 film, which picks things up nine years after the events of “Before Sunset.” Now, Jesse and Celine are living together as a married couple with two twin daughters, though cracks are starting to show in their relationship. Like its predecessors, the film retains a loose narrative and covers a spectrum of both philosophical and humanistic themes. The film earned a myriad of accolades from various organizations, including nominations at the Golden Globe Awards and Academy … Read More
Alfonso Cuaron’s Mexico City-set tour-de-drive Roma was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture in 2019, in addition to a number of other awards. In 2020, Antonio Banderas was up for Pedro Almodóvar’s movie Pain and Glory. And though The Shape of Water was in English, the Best Picture winner was directed by Guillermo del Toro, a Mexican director. If autumn always makes you’re feeling nostalgic about back-to-college season, you’ll love this 1989 movie a couple of controversial yet inspiring trainer who’s liked by his students. Whether you are trying to get spooked or craving the sights of the New England foliage, this in style 1999 Tim Burton movie is ideal for watching on a cold October eve.
The twenty-first century has no shortage of nice crime dramas, however this stands as one of its absolute best. The Lonely Island is known for being hysterical but in addition utterly … Read More