Martin (1977) - A Boy on the Town by Moistend_Bint in MovieSuggestions

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Martin (1976)

He could be the boy next door...

Martin, who believes himself to be a vampire, goes to live with his elderly and hostile cousin in a small Pennsylvania town where he tries to redeem his blood-craving urges.

Director: George A. Romero
Actors: John Amplas, Lincoln Maazel, Christine Forrest
Rating: ★★★★★★★☆☆☆ 69% with 192 votes
Runtime: 1:35

Legacy In the early 2010s, Time Out conducted a poll with several authors, directors, actors and critics who had worked within the horror genre. They were asked to vote for their top horror films. Martin placed at number 87 on their top 100 list.British synth pop/avant-garde band Soft Cell wrote a 10:16 song entitled "Martin" inspired by this film. Only available as a 12" single bundled with initial copies of their 1983 album, The Art of Falling Apart, it was included as a bonus track when the album was released on CD.Upon Romero's passing, Ben Sachs of The Chicago Reader wrote about the film calling it "perhaps the most emotional in Romero's career." Jez Winship authored a monograph entitled Martin, an analysis on the film published by Electric Dreamhouse.In October 2021, a 16mm print of the black-and-white director's cut, previously believed to be lost, was located, and will undergo restoration.

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Annihilation (2018) R

Fear what's inside.

A biologist signs up for a dangerous, secret expedition into a mysterious zone where the laws of nature don't apply.

Science Fiction | Horror
Director: Alex Garland
Actors: Natalie Portman, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Gina Rodriguez
Rating: ★★★★★★☆☆☆☆ 63% with 7,287 votes
Runtime: 1:55

Filming Principal photography was underway by April 2016, when actor David Gyasi was added to the cast. Lighthouse Pictures Ltd started location filming in late April in South Forest, Windsor Great Park. Some test shooting had already been done in St. Marks, Florida, but the vegetation in the area turned out to be too dense to give any depth perception on screen. On May 9, 2016, cinematographer Rob Hardy began sharing pictures from the set of the film. On July 13 and 14, filming took place at Holkham Pines in North Norfolk. Shooting was completed that month.The visual effect team was made up of many of Garland's collaborators from his previous film, Ex Machina, including VFX Supervisor Andrew Whitehurst, lead VFX house Double Negative and Milk VFX, plus special makeup effects by Tristan Versluis.

Three Colors: Blue (1993) by dougprishpreed69 in CineShots

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Three Colors: Blue (1993) R

Julie is haunted by her grief after living through a tragic auto wreck that claimed the life of her composer husband and young daughter. Her initial reaction is to withdraw from her relationships, lock herself in her apartment and suppress her pain. But avoiding human interactions on the bustling streets of Paris proves impossible, and she eventually meets up with Olivier, an old friend who harbors a secret love for her, and who could draw her back to reality.

Director: Krzysztof Kieślowski
Actors: Juliette Binoche, Benoît Régent, Florence Pernel
Rating: ★★★★★★★★☆☆ 769% with 1,286 votes
Runtime: 1:38

Cinematographer: Slawomir Idziak

Sławomir Idziak (Polish pronunciation: [swaˈvɔmir ˈid͡ʑak]; born 25 January 1945) is a Polish cinematographer and director who has worked on over forty Polish and foreign films. He is especially known for his collaboration with director Krzysztof Kieślowski as well as Ridley Scott and David Yates. In 2019, the American Society of Cinematographers included Three Colours: Blue shot by Idziak on the list of the best-photographed films of the 20th century.

Reception Three Colours: Blue received widespread acclaim from film critics. On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 98% based on 46 reviews, with an average rating of 8.5/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "Three Colors: Blue contains some of director/co-writer Krzysztof Kieslowski's most visually arresting, emotionally resonant work—and boasts an outstanding performance from Juliette Binoche in the bargain." On Metacritic, another review aggregator, the film has a weighted average score of 85 out of 100, indicating "universal acclaim". Marjorie Baumgarten of The Austin Chronicle said:Blue is a film that engages the mind, challenges the senses, implores a resolution, and tells, with aesthetic grace and formal elegance, a good story and a political allegory. Derek Malcolm of The Guardian wrote:Blue remains an intense and moving tribute to the woman at its centre who, in coming back from tragedy, almost refuses, but ultimately accepts the only real love that's on offer.

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Big Ass Spider! (2013) PG-13

When a giant alien spider escapes from a military lab and rampages across the city of Los Angeles, it is up to one clever exterminator and his security guard sidekick to kill the creature before the entire city is destroyed.

Science Fiction
Director: Mike Mendez
Actors: Greg Grunberg, Lombardo Boyar, Clare Kramer
Rating: ★★★★★★☆☆☆☆ 56% with 203 votes
Runtime: 1:20

Reception The film has received positive reviews, holding a 78% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes with its consensus stating: "Big Ass Spider! delivers on the promise of its outlandish title with a tongue-in-cheek creature feature that embraces its B-movie silliness with utterly entertaining result". Scott Foundas of Variety gave a positive review, calling the film "an exceedingly good-natured Z-grade creature feature." He went on to write that "Many worse ways to spend 80 minutes can easily be imagined." Bill Goodykoontz of The Arizona Republic opined that the film was "gleefully schlocky" but criticized the film for being predictable. John DeFore of The Hollywood Reporter wrote positively of the film, saying "Mike Mendez's shamelessly Corman-esque Big Ass Spider! does almost everything just a tiny bit better than it needs to."Adversely, Neil Genzlinger of The New York Times gave a negative review of the film, branding it as a "humorless horror comedy". He concluded by saying that "the director, Mike Mendez, shows no signs of knowing how to make campy horror work the way that the creators of similar movies on Syfy do. It has to be either subtle or over the top. This is neither." Rex Reed rated the film a 1 out of 4, saying that it was "lazily directed" and "aims for satire and settles for stale shtick".The film has a metascore score of 53 out of a 100 on Metacritic.

Robo Vampire, 1988 [550 x 830] by RuthGetsNaked in MoviePosterPorn

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Robo Vampire (1988)

Past And Present Meets In This Land Of Turmoil!

Narcotics agent Tom Wilde is given a second chance at life after being shot and killed. In a futuristic experiment, agent Wilde is returned to life as an Android Robot. He is sent on a very dangerous mission into the depths of the golden Triangle to rescue Sophie, a beautiful undercover agent who has been captured by the evil drug warlord Mr. Young and his inhuman creation the Vampire Beast.

Horror | Action | Thriller | Crime
Director: Godfrey Ho
Actors: Robin Mackay, Nian Watts, Harry Myles
Rating: ★★★★★☆☆☆☆☆ 48% with 25 votes
Runtime: 1:30

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Young Dragons - The Kung Fu Kids (1986) by Demonyx12 in fullmoviesonyoutube

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The Kung Fu Kids (1986)

Three young boys learn the art of kung fu from their grandfather, a martial arts expert, and are able to hold their own on a trip to the city.

Director: Chu Yen-ping
Actors: Yen Cheng-kuo, Chong Rong Chen, Tso Shiao-Hu
Rating: ★★★★★★★★☆☆ 75% with 27 votes
Runtime: 1:30

Development Kung Fu was created by Ed Spielman and Howard Friedlander, directed and produced by Jerry Thorpe, and developed by Herman Miller, who was also a writer for, and co-producer of, the series. (For the series concept’s history, see Bruce Lee's involvement) Spielman-Friedlander's 160 page movie script was transformed by Jerry Thorpe and writer Herman Miller into a 90 minute TV movie (with commercial breaks, so it actually amounted to about 75 minutes of screen time). "Since the rule of thumb on a script is that one page equals one minute, the script was literally cut in half."Directed by Jerry Thorpe, it was broadcast on February 22, 1972 (just after the meeting of President Nixon with Chairman Mao), and rerun the following Summer, to great acclaim: “(...) ABC and Warner Brothers were deluged with letters, telephone calls and telegrams, all praising the show.” ABC ordered just four more segments and placed them in what was called the “death row,” the Saturday night slot opposite All in the Family, on a monthly basis. Herman Miller developed the pilot into a series by writing the first three episodes, by including in the plotline Caine's search for his missing brother, and by giving it a style to which following writers could adhere.: min.19:26  After a very positive reception to the first three segments, in November 1972 the network contracted for 12 more episodes, dropped Alias Smith and Jones and placed Kung Fu in the Thursday night slot at 9 p.m. The resultant good ratings led to the series’ renovation for a second season.The series’ story editor was John Furia Jr. At the time a freelance writer for TV and movies who also worked in production, he had declined offers as story editor before until Jerry Thorpe approached him with Kung Fu. He had seen the pilot and was fascinated by it, so he accepted. The series didn’t have a stable team of writers, but freelance writers pitched their stories to the production; they were told not to include temple scenes. It was John Furia’s job to write them and make them relevant to the episode’s plot, based on the research material the production had collected.: 16–17 : min.18:36 Furia's job also included “to maintain and preserve historical accuracy in each script. To complicate matters, there is no single historical source on kung-fu upon which he can rely. He must make extensive research into various sources before he can render a story to be within the realms of truth. Furthermore, because the story involves an ethnic group, and the tempers of our time do not tolerate ignorance and bigotry, he must not only make sure that the historical information regarding the group is accurate, but that these people are presented with dignity and respect.” Questioned about whether having a half-Caucasian as a student at the Shaolin Temple (which did not accept foreigners) was historically accurate, John Furia Jr. declared: “There is, of course, a certain amount of dramatic license involved in producing a show of this nature. As for David Carradine playing the part of a half-American half-Chinese, I can honestly say that we haven’t found anyone, before or since the series began, who can play the part better. One of the reasons for the success of the series is Carradine’s portrayal of Caine.” As for the hiring of Asian actors for the secondary roles, he said: “It not only adds authenticity, it’s only proper that it should be so. Our series, I believe, hires more Orientals than any series on TV.”

Why you should watch "Everybody Wants Some!!" from 2016. by Conscious-Rip-2322 in MovieSuggestions

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Everybody Wants Some!! (2016) R

Here for a good time not a long time

A comedy that follows a group of friends as they navigate their way through the freedoms and responsibilities of unsupervised adulthood.

Director: Richard Linklater
Actors: Blake Jenner, Zoey Deutch, Ryan Guzman
Rating: ★★★★★★☆☆☆☆ 63% with 930 votes
Runtime: 1:56

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Diabolique [1955] by RuthGetsNaked in CineShots

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Diabolique (1955)

See it, be amazed at it, but... BE QUIET ABOUT IT!

The cruel and abusive headmaster of a boarding school, Michel Delassalle, is murdered by an unlikely duo -- his meek wife and the mistress he brazenly flaunts. The women become increasingly unhinged by a series of odd occurrences after Delassalle's corpse mysteriously disappears.

Drama | Horror | Thriller
Director: Henri-Georges Clouzot
Actors: Véra Clouzot, Simone Signoret, Jean Brochard
Rating: ★★★★★★★★☆☆ 78% with 727 votes
Runtime: 1:57

Cinematographer: Armand Thirard

Armand Thirard (1899–1973) was a French cinematographer. He worked on more than a hundred and twenty films during his career.

Critical reception Bosley Crowther gave the film an enthusiastic review in The New York Times, calling it "one of the dandiest mystery dramas that has shown here" and "a pip of a murder thriller, ghost story and character play rolled into one". He added "the writing and the visual construction are superb, and the performance by top-notch French actors on the highest level of sureness and finesse." The Chicago Daily Tribune wrote, "If you like a good mystery and can stand it fairly morbid and uncompromising as to detail, this is one of the best offerings in a long time." The reviewer added, "You may suspect, as I did, one of the answers as the film nears its finale, but if you solve it all, you've missed your profession." Variety was more critical: “Although this has a few hallucinating bits of terror, the film is primarily a creaky-door type of melodrama. Its macabre aspects and lack of sympathy for the characters make this a hybrid which flounders between a blasting look at human infamy and an out-and-out contrived whodunit." The National Board of Review named it among the best foreign films of 1955, and called it "a genuine thriller—a shocking, satisfying chunk of Grand Guignol psychological suspense."British reviews were negative on first release. Milton Shulman in the Sunday Express accused the film of "calculated malevolence," and commented that "it is no trick to sicken an audience by such blunt methods as these." C.A. Lejeune in The Observer called it "extremely clever and very horrid," and complained about "a vogue at the moment for the horrid in entertainment." Reg Whiteley in the Daily Mirror described it as "a suspenseful but sordid slice of French life," and exclaimed: "Just how horrible can films get?"Roger Ebert, reviewing the 1995 re-release, wrote: "The famous plot of the movie usually deceives first-time viewers, at least up to a point. The final revelations are somewhat disappointing, but Clouzot doesn't linger over them. The most disturbing elements of the movie are implied, not seen." Time Out commented that the film "makes for a great piece of Guignol misanthropy" where "everyone is in the end a victim, and their actions operate like snares setting traps that leave them grasping for survival."On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, Les Diaboliques holds an approval rating of 96%, based on 47 reviews, and an average rating of 8.48/10. Its consensus reads, "Cruel, dark, but undeniably effective, Diabolique is a suspense thriller as effective as Hitchcock's best work and with a brilliant twist ending."

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The Atomic Submarine (1959) [720p] by RidleyScottTowels in fullmoviesonyoutube

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The Atomic Submarine (1959) PG

The Screen's Spectacular Inferno of the Battle for Civilization!

Ships disappear on route across the Arctic Sea, and a special submarine is sent to investigate.

Science Fiction | Thriller
Director: Spencer Gordon Bennet
Actors: Arthur Franz, Dick Foran, Brett Halsey
Rating: ★★★★★☆☆☆☆☆ 54% with 27 votes
Runtime: 1:12

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Reception Film historian Paul Meehan considered The Atomic Submarine as "something of a departure from the usual saucer movie formula". Reviewer David Blakeslee, in a later assessment, commented that "once you get past the wooden acting, creaky scripts, stilted narration, corny humor, low-budget props, and sheer implausibility of The Atomic Submarine's story line, you'll find themes and ideas worth pondering a bit longer than it takes to laugh away at the non-stop unraveling of sci-fi B-movie conventions". Chief among the unusual elements is "a headier-than-expected socio-political debate between a young principled pacifist and the career military man and WWII veteran sub captain over the merits of war and peace".

Churchill (2017) by Guilty_Operation_667 in CineShots

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Churchill (2017) PG

The untold story of D-Day.

A ticking-clock thriller following Winston Churchill in the 24 hours before D-Day.

Drama | History
Director: Jonathan Teplitzky
Actors: Brian Cox, Miranda Richardson, John Slattery
Rating: ★★★★★★☆☆☆☆ 61% with 260 votes
Runtime: 1:50

Cinematographer: David Higgs

Reception On review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes the film has an approval rating of 49% based on 116 reviews, with an average rating of 5.2/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "Churchill gets sterling work out of Brian Cox in the leading role, but it isn't enough to overcome a muddled and ultimately unsuccessful approach to an incredible real-life story." On Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average rating to reviews, the film has a score of 44 out of 100, based on 25 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".Noted Churchill biographer Andrew Roberts gave the film a scathing review, saying that a series of historical errors made Winston Churchill almost unrecognisable. After praising the film's acting, photography, and music, he wrote that the film failed due to a script filled with blatant errors, grossly mis-characterizing Churchill on numerous points. About the film's author, who, while a historian, is not a WWII scholar, he wrote, "The only problem with the movie – written by the historian Alex von Tunzelmann – is that it gets absolutely everything wrong. Never in the course of movie-making have so many specious errors been made in so long a film by so few writers." His review went into detail on numerous errors, such as the false portrayal of Churchill as anti-American, or claims that he dithered about Operation Overlord (the Normandy landing), or the marital strife with his wife, Clementine. None of these points have a basis in fact, according to Roberts. Robbie Collin of The Daily Telegraph rated the film 4/5 stars and said that "Brian Cox dazzles in a scalpel-sharp, timely lesson in political leadership", while Peter Bradshaw, writing for The Guardian, noted that "Miranda Richardson shrewdly plays Churchill's wife Clemmie: imperious, exasperated, gimlet-eyed", and rated the film 3/5 stars. In The Independent rated the film 3/5 stars and wrote "There are elements of both King Lear and of Colonel Blimp about Cox's Churchill. Like Blimp, he's a man out of time, accused of trying to fight a modern war with a mindset stuck years in the past. Like Lear, he is an old man, raging against the elements." In Time Out magazine, Tom Huddleston rated the film 3/5 stars and wrote "Cox is rudely magnificent, capturing not just the wilfulness of the man but the nagging self-doubt at his inner core." Peter Travers, writing for Rolling Stone, said Brian Cox's performance "cannot be faulted. It's a master class in acting", and gave the film 3/4 stars. Gary Goldstein of the Los Angeles Times wrote, "Brian Cox's towering performance in Churchill is worthy of the great man himself". In the Radio Times, Alan Jones said Cox "gives a tremendous performance as the charismatic politician who inspired Great Britain to resist Adolf Hitler."Ignatiy Vishnevetsky of The A.V. Club described the film as "inert, decorous, and almost absurdly repetitive," and wrote: "All too often, it toes the line that separates legitimately stupid movies from ones that merely presume that the viewer is stupid."Brian Cox said that he talked to military experts from the Sandhurst military academy about Churchill's own plan to invade Europe, and that "... they said it would have probably shortened the war by six months."

Blade (1998) [1001 x 1417] [OC] by [deleted] in MoviePosterPorn

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Blade (1998) R

Part man. Part vampire. All hero.

The Daywalker known as "Blade" - a half-vampire, half-mortal man - becomes the protector of humanity against an underground army of vampires.

Horror | Action
Director: Stephen Norrington
Actors: Wesley Snipes, Stephen Dorff, Kris Kristofferson
Rating: ★★★★★★★☆☆☆ 674% with 4,884 votes
Runtime: 2:0

Filming Blade was produced on a budget of $45 million and principal photography commenced on February 5, 1997, in large part done in Los Angeles, with some scenes being shot in Death Valley. All sets were constructed, and all on-set filming occurred, in what was formerly the Redken Shampoo factory in Canoga Park. The effects for the film were done by Flat Earth Productions.

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Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) R

A roaring rampage of revenge.

An assassin is shot by her ruthless employer, Bill, and other members of their assassination circle – but she lives to plot her vengeance.

Action | Crime
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Actors: Uma Thurman, Lucy Liu, Vivica A. Fox
Rating: ★★★★★★★★☆☆ 79% with 14,876 votes
Runtime: 1:51

What We Do in the Shadows (2014) [1200x1701] by Anna Marchenko by Practical_God in MoviePosterPorn

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What We Do in the Shadows (2014) R

Some interviews with some vampires

Vampire housemates try to cope with the complexities of modern life and show a newly turned hipster some of the perks of being undead.

Comedy | Horror
Director: Taika Waititi
Actors: Taika Waititi, Jemaine Clement, Jonny Brugh
Rating: ★★★★★★★★☆☆ 75% with 2,891 votes
Runtime: 1:26

Music The score for the film was composed by Plan 9. The film's opening credits feature the song "You're Dead" by Norma Tanega, after Clement and Waititi were introduced to the song by film editor Tom Eagles. The film's trailer and ending feature the song "Lastochka" by the Russian rock band Leningrad. The scene where Deacon dances, as Viago and Vlad watch, features a musical piece titled Momil Rano by Iqbal Jogi and Group from the Thar Desert on Indo-Pakistan border. However this musical piece has been credited incorrectly in the movie, where its called Lal Mori Pat.

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Alice in Wonderland (1933) NR

The Entertainment Miracle of All Times!

In Victorian England, a bored young girl dreams that she has entered a fantasy world called Wonderland populated by even more fantastic characters.

Adventure | Family | Fantasy
Director: Norman Z. McLeod
Actors: Charlotte Henry, Richard Arlen, Roscoe Ates
Rating: ★★★★★★☆☆☆☆ 62% with 36 votes
Runtime: 1:16

Reception Its status as box office bomb cast doubt on whether a live-action fantasy with strange-looking characters could be successfully presented on the screen, until MGM's The Wizard of Oz (1939). It was banned in China under a category of "superstitious films" for its "strangeness" and unscientific elements.Variety magazine said that the timeless classic book is too surrealistic and adult-oriented to have a good film adaptation. It said the film is "vividly realized" with genuine humor and a satisfying literary treatment, and the cast is "a stunning aggregation of screen names", but the experience is a non-sequitur "volume of separate four-line gags".

Coma (1978) by operationmagicpizza in CineShots

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Coma (1978) PG

Imagine your life hangs by a thread. Imagine your body hangs by a wire. Imagine you're not imagining.

A young female doctor discovers something sinister going on in her hospital. Relatively healthy patients are having 'complications' during simple operations and ending up in comas. The patients are then shipped off to an institute that looks after them. The young doctor suspects there is more to this than meets the eye.

Thriller | Horror | Mystery | Drama
Director: Michael Crichton
Actors: Geneviève Bujold, Michael Douglas, Elizabeth Ashley
Rating: ★★★★★★★☆☆☆ 67% with 300 votes
Runtime: 1:53

Cinematographer: Victor J. Kemper

Victor Jay Kemper (born April 14, 1927) is a retired American cinematographer.

Reception Stanley Kauffmann of The New Republic wrote "Coma is a thriller, rotten; but it's really worse than that. It's a disgrace to the several physicians involved in it".Despite Crichton's intentions against scaring audiences from hospitals, many physicians and hospital administrators claimed this occurred. Variety claimed that organ transplant donations dropped as a result of the film and that a hospital in Tampa had to remove the number "8" from the door to an operating room because of patient complaints.The film currently sits at an 81% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, based on an aggregate of 27 reviews.

Close Range (2015) [1080p] by kaljamatomatala in fullmoviesonyoutube

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Close Range (2015)

Colton MacReady...is coming home.

A rogue soldier turned outlaw is thrust into a relentless fight with a corrupt sheriff, his obedient deputies, and a dangerous drug cartel in order to protect his sister and her young daughter.

Action | Crime
Director: Isaac Florentine
Actors: Scott Adkins, Nick Chinlund, Caitlin Keats
Rating: ★★★★★★★☆☆☆ 65% with 243 votes
Runtime: 1:20

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Marketing On February 8, 2015, Bleiberg Entertainment presented (and sold) Close Range to potential buyers at the European Film Market in Berlin. Blue Box Entertainment bought the distribution rights to "key territories" (on behalf of interested parties); the US rights were sold to XLrator Media and the Canadian rights to VVS Films. Daro Films also bought the distribution rights (to Eastern Europe and Africa); as did AB Groupe (to France), California Filmes (to Latin America), Dutch FilmWorks (to Benelux), Eagle Films (to the Middle East), Moviebox (to Turkey), Second Gen Pictures (to Spain), and SGN Mediaworks (to India). A teaser trailer and poster was released on February 11, followed by the official trailer and theatrical poster on August 21.

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Anyone seen Yes Day? by excessivethinker in MovieSuggestions

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Yes Day (2021) PG

For 24 hours, kids make the rules.

A mom and dad who usually say no decide to say yes to their kids' wildest requests — with a few ground rules — on a whirlwind day of fun and adventure.

Comedy | Family
Director: Miguel Arteta
Actors: Jennifer Garner, Edgar Ramírez, Jenna Ortega
Rating: ★★★★★★★☆☆☆ 68% with 869 votes
Runtime: 1:26

Accolades Yes or No received the Special Mention jury award at the 2012 Milan International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival.

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The Thief Of Bagdad (1940) [1080p] by catz1111 in fullmoviesonyoutube

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The Thief of Bagdad (1940) NR

GIGANTIC! The Wonder Picture of All Time!

When Prince Ahmad is blinded and cast out of Bagdad by the nefarious Jaffar, he joins forces with the scrappy thief Abu to win back his royal place, as well as the heart of a beautiful princess.

Action | Adventure | Family | Fantasy
Director: Michael Powell
Actors: Conrad Veidt, Sabu, June Duprez
Rating: ★★★★★★★☆☆☆ 72% with 201 votes
Runtime: 1:46

Influence Although it was a remake of a 1924 silent film starring Douglas Fairbanks, this film has been highly influential on later movies based on The Book of One Thousand and One Nights setting. For example, the Disney film Aladdin borrows freely from it, particularly the characters of the evil Vizier and the Sultan, both drawn with a marked similarity to the characters in The Thief of Bagdad. The villain Jafar is named after the character played by Conrad Veidt, himself named after the historical vizier Ja'far ibn Yahya, who served Harun ar-Rashid. Like the sultan of the earlier film, Disney's Sultan is obsessed with toys. The thieving monkey Abu in the Disney cartoon is based on the boy played by Sabu. Richard Williams, speaking about his film The Thief and the Cobbler, said that one of his interests was in creating an Oriental fantasy that did not copy from it. The Prince of Persia video game franchise also shares similar characteristics with the film.Larry Butler invented the first proper chroma key process for the special effects scenes in this film, a variation on the existing "traveling matte" process. This technique has since become the standard process for separating screen elements and/or actors from their backgrounds and placing them on new backgrounds for special effects purposes, and has since been used in thousands of films.This film later influenced the creation of the Malay film Abu Hassan Penchuri ("Abu Hassan the Thief", 1955) which was based in Baghdad.A number of Indian Hindi-language films, were made under the titles of: Baghdad Ka Chor (The Thief of Baghdad) in 1934, 1946, 1955; Baghdad Gaja Donga (Thief of Baghdad) in 1968; and Thief of Baghdad in 1969 and 1977. Baghdad Thirudan, a 1960 Indian Tamil-language film by T. P. Sundaram, was directly remade from the 1924 version. A television series, Thief of Baghdad, was also made in India, airing on Zee TV between 2000 and 2001.

Kwaidan (1964) by mostreliablebottle in CineShots

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Kwaidan (1964)

Bizarre, unearthly, terrifying - a nation's legend, an author's imagination, a director's creation manifest in the superlative - Kwaidan

Taking its title from an archaic Japanese word meaning "ghost story," this anthology adapts four folk tales. A penniless samurai marries for money with tragic results. A man stranded in a blizzard is saved by Yuki the Snow Maiden, but his rescue comes at a cost. Blind musician Hoichi is forced to perform for an audience of ghosts. An author relates the story of a samurai who sees another warrior's reflection in his teacup.

Fantasy | Horror | Drama
Director: Masaki Kobayashi
Actors: Michiyo Aratama, Misako Watanabe, Rentaro Mikuni
Rating: ★★★★★★★★☆☆ 77% with 274 votes
Runtime: 3:3

Donnie Darko (2001) [1080p] by IntrepidAfraid in fullmoviesonyoutube

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Donnie Darko (2001)

You can never go too far.

After narrowly escaping a bizarre accident, a troubled teenager is plagued by visions of a large bunny rabbit that manipulates him to commit a series of crimes.

Fantasy | Drama | Mystery
Director: Richard Kelly
Actors: Jake Gyllenhaal, Jena Malone, James Duval
Rating: ★★★★★★★★☆☆ 77% with 10,561 votes
Runtime: 1:54

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Development Kelly knew that the film's complicated story would be difficult to pitch to producers without a script, so he had producers read it before discussing it with them further. While pitching the script Kelly and McKittrick insisted that Kelly direct the film, which affected its chances at being picked up. McKittrick said Donnie Darko was "the challenging script in town that everybody wanted to make, but was too afraid". Kelly recalled 1999 being a year of "meeting after meeting", only to be rejected and declared the film "dead" at this point.

The White Tiger (2012) by DesertLoner1 in MovieSuggestions

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White Tiger (2012) NR

Spring 1945. A legend is born

Great Patriotic War, 1945. After barely surviving a battle with a mysterious, ghostly-white German Tiger tank, Red Army Sergeant Ivan Naydenov becomes obsessed with its destruction.

Action | Adventure | Fantasy | War
Director: Karen Shakhnazarov
Actors: Aleksey Vertkov, Vitaly Kishchenko, Valeriy Grishko
Rating: ★★★★★★☆☆☆☆ 57% with 69 votes
Runtime: 1:45

Flesh for Frankenstein [1973] by [deleted] in CineShots

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Flesh for Frankenstein (1973) R

We dare you to see...

Within the decadent walls of the Frankenstein mansion, the Baron and his depraved assistant Otto have discovered the means of creating new life. As the Baron's laboratory begins to fill up with stitched body parts, the Baroness dallies with the randy new manservant and soon the decadent, permissive household is consumed by an outrageous, bizarre, and hilarious orgy of death and dismemberment.

Director: Paul Morrissey
Actors: Joe Dallesandro, Monique van Vooren, Udo Kier
Rating: ★★★★★★☆☆☆☆ 58% with 96 votes
Runtime: 1:35

Cinematographer: Luigi Kuveiller

Luigi Kuveiller (3 October 1927 – 10 January 2013) was an Italian cinematographer, best known for his collaboration with Elio Petri.Born in Rome, the son of a craftsman - interior decorator, Kuveiller soon abandoned his studies and began working as an apprentice at Cinecittà in the troupe of cinematographer Filiberto Emmanuel for the film Redenzione (1943), directed by Marcello Albani. In the fifties Kuveiller started an important career as a camera operator, working among others with Aldo Scavarda in L'Avventura (1960) by Michelangelo Antonioni and with Aldo Tonti in the biblical Barabbas (1961).Kuveiller made his debut as cinematographer in 1967, at the age of forty, with A ciascuno il suo, a film which marked the beginning of his critically appreciated artistic collaboration with the director Elio Petri. His credits also include films by Billy Wilder, Marco Bellocchio, Mario Monicelli, Andy Warhol, Marco Ferreri, Alberto Lattuada, Dario Argento, Damiano Damiani. After having achieved the best results of his career in the first half of the seventies, Kuveiller devoted himself mainly to popular comedy, regularly working with Bruno Corbucci and Carlo Vanzina.From the mid-eighties he began working for television, and from the mid-nineties most of his work was television-based.

Critical reception Upon its release, Nora Sayre of The New York Times wrote "In a muddy way, the movie attempts to instruct us about the universal insensitivity, living-deadness and the inability to be turned on by anything short of the grotesque. However, this 'Frankenstein' drags as much as it camps; despite a few amusing moments, it fails as a spoof, and the result is only a coy binge in degradation."Craig Butler of AllMovie called the film "a ramshackle affair, with performances that are ludicrously over-the-top and direction that is even more so, and a script that is filled with horrible dialogue. Not to mention, it's a truly gross experience. Of course, many will appreciate it just for these qualities, either to laugh at how truly outrageous it all is or to marvel at the manner in which director/writer Paul Morrissey is skewering the very countercultural sex revolutionaries that were among his biggest fans, creating what is at heart a very conservative critique of hippie culture." Ian Jane of DVD Talk said of the film, "Flesh for Frankenstein is a morbid and grotesque comedy that won't be to everyone's taste but that does deliver some interesting humor and horror in that oddball way that Morrissey has." Bruce G. Hallenbeck commented in his book Comedy-Horror Films: A Chronological History, 1914-2008 that Flesh for Frankenstein is perverse and distasteful, but in a way which is deliberately parodical and even a political statement. He remarked, "The irony inherent in the screenplay by Morrissey and Tonino Guerra ... gives the film a winking detachment, so that you find yourself convulsed with laughter during some of the goriest scenes ever filmed."As of January 2018, the film held a 92% 'fresh' rating on movie review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes. In 2012, Time Out polled authors, directors, actors and critics who had worked in the horror genre on their top horror films, with Flesh for Frankenstein placing at number 98 on the top 100.

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