Movies are composed of many different shots, but today we celebrate the close-up and its many uses.
This may have been the worst Ed McMahon impersonation in the history of film.
The Ludovico technique may be unorthodox, but it sure has its upsides.
The Bride may have been very very violent, but at one point she was just a bride trying to get married.
Lost Highway has some memorable characters, and the reason for that is mostly because they haunt your dreams.
Charles Bronson embodied the vengeful brother in Once Upon a Time in the West with a love of the harmonica.
Before Tom Hardy was Bane, he was the ultra violent Bronson.
The French have always loved close-ups of pretty ladies and it’s very evident in Amelie.
The sales of Chianti and Fava beans went up considerably after Hannibal Lecter mentioned that he enjoyed them with a little bit of human.