1. Film Fans

    lifeofanidiot:

    A group of film nerds (including me) have started a blog we’re going to develop in to awesome huge things and you should come and join us :)

    All ideas are welcome. The blog is thefilmmagazine and if you’re interested you should follow it and leave us a message in our ask box.

     
  2. Breathtaking Movie Scenes

    "Deserted Times Square" in Cameron Crowe’s Vanilla Sky (2001)

    You guys should follow this blog :)

    (Source: thefilmmagazine)

     

  3. Brand New Film Blog Project

    thefilmmagazine:

    Hello, we’re The Film Magazine

    We’re a collection of cinema lovers who are kick-starting the following Tumblr project: 

    A movie blog by movie lovers, for movie lovers. 

    And, we want you!

    So, if you’re a film lover with the passion to give your two cents regarding anything you may have recently watched and would like to join our project then let us know by dropping us a message in our ‘ask’ box: 

    http://thefilmmagazine.tumblr.com/ask

    It’s simple, you post when you want to post. We give you access to post with us and you post on our behalf! 

    All we ask is that you keep it clean and avoid reblogs. 

    So, come and join us! We look forward to hearing from you!

    (via thefilmmagazine-deactivated2014)

     

  4. The Monuments Men may have been “ole America” with loads of cheese and stereotypes thrown in, but it was still worth a watch. Not to mention how good it is to see Jean Dujardin back in a major motion picture. 

     

  5. Films You Might Not Have Seen But Probably Should: Part I

    1. La Haine

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    Year: 1995
    Director: Mathieu Kassovitz
    Lead Actor/s: Vincent Cassell; Hubert Kounde; Said Taghmaoui
    Plot: After local youth Abdel is beaten unconscious by police, a riot ensues on his estate during which a policeman loses his gun. The gun is found by Vinz who threatens he will kill a cop if Abdel dies.
    Why it’s great: The attention to detail and obvious preparation that it took to accurately portray an under-represented proportion of French (and worldwide) culture acts as a stylistic moment in time that shall never be replicated again.

     
  6. Down To You - 2000 - Kris Isacsson

     
  7. Se7en - 1995 - David Fincher

     
  8. This Is The End - 2013 - Seth Rogen; Evan Goldberg

     
  9. Philip Seymour Hoffman: July 23rd 1967 - Feb 2nd 2014

     
  10. The Usual Suspects - 1995 - Bryan Singer

     
  11. Spaceballs - 1987 - Mel Brooks

     
  12. Rambo - 2008 - Sylvester Stallone

     
  13. Identity - 2002 - James Mangold