1- The Legend of Kasper Hauser 2- A Scanner Darkly 3- Straight time 4- What Dreams May Come 5- Two Lovers 6- After Hours 7- The Last Detail 8- Buffalo 66 9- Ed Wood 10- Synecdoche, New York 11- Wristcutters 12- Martha Marcy May Marlene 13- Enemy 14- Pi 15- Man on the Moon 16- The Fisher King 17- The Hill 18- A Fish Called Wanda 19- Kiss Kiss Bang Bang 20- Brining Out the Dead 21- In Burges 22- Bottle Rocket 23- Glengarry Glen Ross 24- Joe 25- Dead Man 26- The Assassination of Jesse James 27- Ikiru 28- Brick 29- The King of Comedy 30- Fearless 31- Out of Sight 32- Punch-Drunk Love 33- One Hour Photo 34- Blow Out 35- Under the Skin 36- The Great Beauty 37- Rope 38- Lars and the Real Girl 39- Hit me 40- Klute 41- Barry Lyndon 42- The Hunt 43- 25th Hour 44- Candy 45- Hesher 46- The Colour of Money 47- Mysterious Skin 48- Springbreakers 49- All is Lost 50- The Fountain 51- Vanilla Sky (Bonus) 52- Frances Ha (Bonus) 53- Amelie (Bonus) 54- Holy Motors (Bonus)
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I was blown away when I first saw Marvel's 'Captain America The Winter Solider' and the realistic tone the Russo Brothers were able to achieve but still feel part of the Marvel universe.
The construction and design of the action sequences was by far the thing that caught my eye, but with some investigation it seems the reason the action is so relatable is the fact its all based on the characters of that world.
This video explore how the Russo's do action and how much 'character' comes into designing sequences.
Films used: Captain America The Winter Solider Gone in 60 seconds Drive Dukes of Hazard The Dark Knight The Raid 2 Deadpool Jack Ryan Captain America: Civil War Indiana Jones: Raiders of the lost arc Warrior Austin powers: Goldmember The Way of the Dragon John Wick Blade 2 The Matrix Reloaded Mission impossible Predator Terminator 2: Judgment Day Lethal Weapon The Mummy: The Scorpion King Bullit The Seven Ups The French connection Ronin Mad Max 2 Mad Max : Fury Road Creed Guardians of the Galaxy Prisoners Beat it - Michael Jackson Music Video FINAL FILM: Allude Majaka
Intro - Marvin Gaye | Trouble man (Thanks Russo's)
Outro- (Alpha Records) Defqwop ft. Stri...
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This video essay explore the films and influence of Charlie Chaplin. The first real recognisable cinematic icon and perhaps one of the filmmakers who transformed film from a novelty to an art form. Modern Times is one of those MUST SEE FILMS that really acts as a love letter to the films of the silent era.