📺 Stargate Studios Virtual Backlot Reel 2012

Stargate Studios Virtual Backlot Reel 2012 (by stargatefilms) Things are not what they seem…

🔗 Roger Ebert’s “The Great Movies” | Derek Sivers

Roger Ebert’s “The Great Movies” | Derek Sivers Roger Ebert’s “The Great Movies” essays 12 Angry Men Ace in the Hole Adaptation. The Adventures of Robin Hood After Dark, My Sweet After Hours The Age of Innocence Aguirre, the Wrath of God A.I. Artificial Intelligence Ali: Fear Eats the Soul Alien All About Eve Amadeus Amarcord Annie Hall The Apartment Apocalypse Now The Apu Trilogy Army of Shadows Atlantic City Au Hasard Balthazar Au Revoir, les Enfants An Autumn Afternoon Babel Badlands The Ballad of Narayama The Band Wagon The Bank Dick Baraka Barry Lyndon The Battle of Algiers The Battleship Potemkin Beat the Devil Beauty and the Beast Being There Belle de Jour La Belle Noiseuse The Best Years of Our Lives The Bicycle Thief The Big Heat The Big Lebowski The Big Red One The Big Sleep The Birth of a Nation Blade Runner Blow-Up The Blue Kite Bob le Flambeur Body Heat Bonnie and Clyde Breathless Bride of Frankenstein The Bridge on the River Kwai Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia Broken Blossoms The Cabinet of Dr....

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So, just for fun, let’s appreciate the sheer numerical accomplishment of Tarantino’s mass cinematic bloodbath: in eight films, 560 people die on-screen. To the breakdown… (via All the Deaths in Quentin Tarantino’s Movies, Charted )

🔗 The Making of Pulp Fiction: Quentin Tarantino’s and the Cast’s Retelling | Vanity Fair

The Making of Pulp Fiction: Quentin Tarantino’s and the Cast’s Retelling | Vanity Fair The first independent film to gross more than $200 million, Pulp Fiction was a shot of adrenaline to Hollywood’s heart, reviving John Travolta’s career, making stars of Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman, and turning Bob and Harvey Weinstein into giants. How did Quentin Tarantino, a high-school dropout and former video-store clerk, change the face of modern cinema?...