'fraid I'm not quite old enough to remember this, so I went into the busy cinema fresh.
A brave prince wants to win the heart of a stubborn princess by finding The Singing Ringing Tree for her. He finally locates it in the magical realm of an evil dwarf who offers him a
Johnny is a stuttering Teddy boy who wants one thing in from life. A dance with Sally Andrews, his dream girl. He finally asks her, but the boyfriend beats him up and humiliates him. Johnny lashes out, then he's chased so much so that his car takes him to a
This is the first feature film by Turner Prize winning "moving image" artisan Steve McQueen. It was loved big time at Cannes.
It's a gut-wrencher. Politics are a heavy part of the film, without forcing any issues or decisions onto the viewer (I think). Hunger presents the last six weeks of Bobby Sands, a hunger striker and member of the IRA.
A great (and/or memorable) film often has a fantastic soundtrack, in fact there have been more than a few movies where I preferred the music. I won't mention these films right now though
synecdoche - /sinekd ki/• noun a figure of speech in which a part is made to represent the whole or vice versa, as in England lost by six wickets (meaning ‘the English cricket team’).- ORIGIN Greek sunekdokhe, from sun- ‘together’ + ekdekhesthai ‘take up’.OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARYCharlie Kaufman is without doubt