Tag: Bruce Willis

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

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Top Ten: Film Endings That Had Tons Of Discussion

Top Ten: Film Endings That Had Tons Of Discussion

There are a lot of films that have very convincing endings and are much more talked about than the film itself. MAJOR SPOILER for those who have not seen the following films. Planet Of The Apes (2001):¬†Leo (Mark Wahlberg) landed to Earth but learned that it had been ruled by apes. In other words, General … Continue reading Top Ten: Film Endings That Had Tons Of Discussion

Underrated Masterpieces: Rugrats Go Wild

Underrated Masterpieces: Rugrats Go Wild

The third film based on Rugrats and the second film based on The Wild Thornberrys, the iconic Nicktoons get a neat crossover with Rugrats Go Wild (2003). While washed up on a deserted island, the Rugrats including Tommy Pickles (E.G. Daily) and Chuckie Finster (Nancy Cartwright) encounter Eliza Thornberry (Lacey Chabert), whose abilities can make … Continue reading Underrated Masterpieces: Rugrats Go Wild

Underrated Masterpieces: Sin City A Dame to Kill For

Underrated Masterpieces: Sin City A Dame to Kill For

While Robert Rodriguez' adaptation of Sin City (2005) was well-known for being intense, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014) takes it to a better kind of intense. As with the previous film, it is based on four segments that focus on a daring woman (Eva Green), a gambler (Joseph-Gordon Levitt) and the struggles … Continue reading Underrated Masterpieces: Sin City A Dame to Kill For

Timeless Classics: Sin City

Timeless Classics: Sin City

Based on the graphic novel series by Frank Miller, Sin City (2005) is a black-and-white ultra-violent film that is good, regarding the impact. The film weaved in three different storylines from the iconic book series ala Pulp Fiction (1994) and featured Jessica Alba, Mickey Rourke, Bruce Willis, Benicio del Toro, Michael Clarke Duncan, Rosario Dawson, … Continue reading Timeless Classics: Sin City

Timeless Classics: Unbreakable

Timeless Classics: Unbreakable

NOTE: If you haven't seen Split (2016), then there is tons of retroactive spoilers. Unbreakable (2000) is one of M. Night¬†Shyamalan's finest films. It is about a security guard named David Dunn (Bruce Willis) who had no injuries and the owner of a comic book shop known as Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson) who was … Continue reading Timeless Classics: Unbreakable

Timeless Classics: Pulp Fiction

Timeless Classics: Pulp Fiction

Like it or not, Pulp Fiction (1994) has been highly regarded as the Citizen Kane of the 1990s. It was also Quentin Tarantino's most important film he wrote and directed which consisted of different stories that connect to each other. It helped him win Best Original Screenplay at the Oscars. One of my biggest voice … Continue reading Timeless Classics: Pulp Fiction