Last edited by Denizhan Nacar; 02-26-2012 at 09:43 PM.
for me, its a tie between Bio Dome and Bio Dome II
My Fair Lady (1964)
Directed by George Cukor
Winner of 8 Academy Awards Including Best Picture & Best Director
Shot on Super Panavision
I saw this movie for the first time when a was a kid in a re-run back in the 70'. As far I remember I was impressed by the size of the Cinemascope screen and the stereo sound, I was blown-up!...I believe it was the very first movie I saw in a movie theater.
Here there is an interesting BTS video back from that time.
I can't limit myself to one, hell, I can barely boil it down to twenty. Here's six.
Why these movies? Because they carry me, they're pure poetry of motion, sound and story. Bigger than life yet all about life. That's what I like about them.
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf
8 1/2 (plus anything Fellini for that matter, Roma, Amarcord, La Dolce Vita...)
Days of Heaven
Fanny and Alexander
Wings of Desire
Not to mention anything Kubrick, Antonioni, Ozu, Truffaut, Coen Brothers, Scorsese....
The godfather... that is a classic Luc...I should add that on my list...
Life is Beautiful ....
Great cast, sets and a multi level enigma of a story. The last of the sci fi 'optical fx' movies. Still a vast reference library for influence - such as the 'enhance' technique in every cop show. And the bad guy gets the best lines, as well as the most poignant demise.
Billy Bob Thornten at his Best hehe
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