Tag: 1999

A Star Wars Recap For Padawans Ready For Episode VIII

A Star Wars Recap For Padawans Ready For Episode VIII

Ever since the first productive film came out in 1977, people wanted to use lightsabers and were amazed by the wonders of the Force. Star Wars films are not films, they are wars. Three days from now, Episode VIII: The Last Jedi (2017) will premiere in theaters. There are a lot of parts of the … Continue reading A Star Wars Recap For Padawans Ready For Episode VIII

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Top Ten: Sci-Fi Films That Changed Film History

Top Ten: Sci-Fi Films That Changed Film History

Christian Frates here and I am picking ten science fiction films that changed the history of film since its release in any order, even though some of them are not my personal favorites. I am excluding sequels or prequels. 10. Donnie Darko (2001): This acclaimed flop was able to give us tons of questions rather than … Continue reading Top Ten: Sci-Fi Films That Changed Film History

Top Ten: Film Actors Who Voiced Animated Film Characters

Top Ten: Film Actors Who Voiced Animated Film Characters

I personally prefer real voice actors like Tara Strong, Phil LaMarr, Mel Blanc or Keith Szarabajka, but tons of animated films have film actors voice characters just for marketing. However, that is not the case with these ten people. I am excluding works by Pixar (sorry, John Ratzenberger). 10. Mike Myers in Shrek (2001-2010): After the … Continue reading Top Ten: Film Actors Who Voiced Animated Film Characters

Why The Matrix Trilogy Is Better For Intellectuals Compared To Star Wars

Why The Matrix Trilogy Is Better For Intellectuals Compared To Star Wars

Millions of people since 1977 love the Star Wars franchise, but once The Matrix (1999) arrived mere months before Episode I, there was a rise of intellectualism in science fiction films. While The Matrix Trilogy concluded with both The Matrix Reloaded (2003) and The Matrix Revolutions (2003) and other tie-in media, Star Wars kept going, … Continue reading Why The Matrix Trilogy Is Better For Intellectuals Compared To Star Wars

Top Ten: Contemporary Live-Action Films That Should Be Viewed And Studied At Schools

Top Ten: Contemporary Live-Action Films That Should Be Viewed And Studied At Schools

Film is an important art form just like books and have more significance than video games. They are studied for their historical, artistic or educational significance. 10. Requiem for a Dream (2000): Some people might think that taking illicit substances is fun but this intense film can help the kids realize that they are completely wrong. … Continue reading Top Ten: Contemporary Live-Action Films That Should Be Viewed And Studied At Schools

Timeless Classics: Stuart Little

Timeless Classics: Stuart Little

Based on the book by E.B. White, Stuart Little (1999) is a small film for a huge array of demographics, including children. Stuart (Michael J. Fox) is a mouse adopted by the human Little family. He is a cute mouse who can drive a toy car and can learn from his human brother (Jonathan Lipnicki). … Continue reading Timeless Classics: Stuart Little

Timeless Classics: The Sixth Sense

Timeless Classics: The Sixth Sense

The third film by M. Night Shyamalan, The Sixth Sense (1999) is the one that saw dead people. The iconic horror-thriller dominated both the awards nominations and the box office, just behind The Phantom Menace (1999). A boy (Haley Joel Osment) had a strange ability to see ghosts that are unaware that they are dead. … Continue reading Timeless Classics: The Sixth Sense