#78: Back to the Future Part III

Director: Robert Zemeckis Year: 1990 Genre: Comedy/Western/Sci-Fi Back to the Future III is everything a family blockbuster should be. This comedy/sci-fi/western adventure is as funny as it is exciting. Not only is it the conclusion to one of the best film film trilogies of all time, it’s also a great blockbuster adventure in its own […]

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#80: L.A. Confidential

Director: Curtis Hanson Year: 1997 Genre: Mystery/Thriller L.A. Confidential is a neo-noir epic of police corruption and Hollywood scandal set in 1953. Crime, sex and glamour are shaken seamlessly together to form this cocktail of a mystery/thriller that you can’t afford to miss. Don’t be fooled by the taste, this cocktail is strong. You will […]

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#87: Bram Stoker’s Dracula

Director: Francis Ford Coppola Year: 1992 Genre: Horror In 1992 Francis Ford Coppola brought us the definitive Dracula film in his luscious adaptation of Bram Stoker’s classic novel. Bram Stoker’s Dracula truly captures, and even goes beyond, the horror and sensuality of the novel which previous adaptations barely touched on. The film exudes orgasmic production […]

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#92: Se7en

Director: David Fincher Year: 1995 Genre: Thriller 7 reasons to watch this film… 1. It’s a Mystery/Thriller. There’s nothing like a great detective story involving serial killers. 2. It’s directed by David Fincher. Se7en is the first and best example of Fincher’s slick, gritty directorial style, if we ignore his debut effort, Alien 3. Most […]

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#91: Edward Scissorhands

Director: Tim Burton Year: 1990 Genre: Fantasy If you have not seen a Tim Burton film, or if you have been dispirited by his later works, watch Edward Scissorhands. Burton’s signature film is a modern fairy tale and a cinema classic. Edward Scissorhands can be described as Frankenstein for a contemporary audience. The Victorian setting […]

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