Hey, guys! Welcome to another entry for Thursday Movie Picks. It’s a series hosted by Wandering Through the Shelves, so if you want to join the party, head over to her blog! It’s pretty easy: check out each week’s topic and come up with 3 to 5 movies that fit the theme. Today’s topic is favorite cinematography, so let’s get talking!
#1 Sweeney Todd
Tim Burton has a very unique way of putting his films together. Sweeney Todd is a brilliant example for his still and I love everything about it.
#2 Kill Bill
The same goes for Quentin Tarantino. I actually had a hard time choosing just one of his pictures but Kill Bill just comes with brilliant cinematography.
Today I have another Steven Spielberg movie for. Originally Stanley Kubrick was to be the director of this sci-fi drama. However, he handed A. I. – Artificial Intelligence over to Spielberg just a few years before his death.
It’s the end of the 22nd century. A company has produced the new and ultimate robot: it resembles a human child and is able to love. The Swintons adopt one of these new inventions but once their real son wakes from a coma, things go down-hill.
You can’t just throw a robot with feelings out in the thrash, can you? Continue reading →
In 1977 Stephen Kings thriller „Shining“ was published. Three years later Stanley Kubrick one of the best
directors of all time took care of the story. He turned Kings novel into a script and made a movie with Jack Nicholson in the leading role.
What is it about?
The alcohol addicted writer Jack Torrance spends the winter in the Overlook hotel together with his family. The building in the mountains of Colorado is snowbound throughout the winter and is isolated. Therefore the manager Stuart Ullman hires a janitor to take care of the hotel during this time.