Tag: 2000

1001 Underrated Movies You Must See Before You Die: Part 2

11. The Iron Giant (1999): An anti-gun propaganda film that also serves as one of the most captivating animated films. 12. Rango (2011): This unusual yet beautifully crafted animated film addresses the need of thirst. 13. Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009): A hilarious and bright stop-motion film based on Roald Dahl's book that was able to take the fantasy … Continue reading 1001 Underrated Movies You Must See Before You Die: Part 2

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1001 Underrated Movies You Must See Before You Die: Part 1

A lot of people like the book 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die but they are targeted towards normal people. However, this list is geared towards the more curious film loving viewer. 1. The Prince of Egypt (1998): A sibling rivalry/animated interpretation of the Book of Exodus or Šemot, this DreamWorks Animation film is highly … Continue reading 1001 Underrated Movies You Must See Before You Die: Part 1

Top Ten: Reasons why I prefer M. Night Shyamalan over Michael Bay

Top Ten: Reasons why I prefer M. Night Shyamalan over Michael Bay

I have nothing against Michael Bay, but I write and create with depth thanks to M. Night Shyamalan. 10. Accepts Multiculturalism: Mr. Shyamalan was born in India, so his films aren't afraid to use references to different cultures around the world. 9. Cameos In His Own Works: If you think Stan Lee is the only … Continue reading Top Ten: Reasons why I prefer M. Night Shyamalan over Michael Bay

Top Ten: Cameos in Little Nicky

Top Ten: Cameos in Little Nicky

Little Nicky (2000) is such a hilarious Adam Sandler film and one of the many reasons is that there are so many cameos. I can't count most of the characters that have a major role like Lucifer (Rodney Dangerfield), Jimmy the Demon (Blake Clark) and Valerie (Patricia Arquette). 10. Henry Winkler: One of Sandler's idols … Continue reading Top Ten: Cameos in Little Nicky

Underrated Masterpieces: The Cell

Underrated Masterpieces: The Cell

I have heavily appreciated intellectual films that get constantly ignored by the mainstream, and The Cell (2000) by Tarsem Singh is no exception. A child psychologist named Catherine Deane (Jennifer Lopez) inspects upon the mind of a demented criminal known as Stargher (Vincent D'Onofrio). The film is filled with references to sculptures and various forms of … Continue reading Underrated Masterpieces: The Cell

Top Ten: My Paternal Grandfather’s Favorite Non-Mel Brooks Live-Action Films

Top Ten: My Paternal Grandfather’s Favorite Non-Mel Brooks Live-Action Films

I take really good care of my paternal grandfather (October 1934-Present). Sure, he loves Mel Brooks movies, but there are some films that he really likes depending on certain factors. It is in any order. Note that he doesn't care much about animated films aside The Iron Giant (1999), Shrek (2001-2010), Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) … Continue reading Top Ten: My Paternal Grandfather’s Favorite Non-Mel Brooks Live-Action Films

Top Ten: Expanded Universe Villains that are Surprisingly Well-Written

Top Ten: Expanded Universe Villains that are Surprisingly Well-Written

A lot of people love films and television, but there are villains you may not have heard of that are in video games, web cartoons or miscellaneous media and not the original material that feel like they originated from the source material. 10. Agent White (The Matrix Comics/Path of Neo): My favorite of the list, … Continue reading Top Ten: Expanded Universe Villains that are Surprisingly Well-Written