Sensational Cinematography. The story was okay to good, but the visuals made the film. American Film Institute Ranking: #66/100 Academy Awards: Nominated for three winning best cinematography.
Top 100 Movie Review: #91 – My Fair Lady (1964)
Repetitive & Disappointing Songs are good but repeated ad nauseam while missing on an amazing chance to make a statement. American Film Institutes Ranking: #91 Academy Awards: Nominated 12
Top 100 Movie Review: #27 – Bonnie & Clyde (1967)
The Start of New Hollywood The movie is enjoyable on its own right, but it gets a bit better when you know the historical significance.
Top 100 Movie Review: #88 – Easy Rider (1969)
Hippie Junk A previous cultural force, the movie can only be appreciated for capturing the feelings of a particular segment of a generation. American Film
Top 100 Movie Review: #19 – Chinatown (1974)
Gut Crushing Neo-Noir I don’t know if the ending could have been any other way. American Film Institute Ranking: #19/100 Academy Awards: Nominated for 11 winning one:
Top 100 Movie: #42 – Rear Window (1954)
A Movie That Does Everything. Witty dialogue, a unique set up, and tension stick with you the entire way. American Film Institutes Ranking: #42/100 Awards: Four