You know with the hundreds of films that come out each year, and have come out in years prior there’s a TON that fall under the radar each and every year. With that I have assembled another fifty films that deserve your attention. They run the gambit of decades, genres, and narratives! These are the films after which you’ll feel cool talking to your friends about, wanting them to share in this joke, or secret however you view the film. In some cases the film was just too obscure, or understated. Others just failed for some reason or another either way, they’re on our list! So enjoy! If you’d like to check out the first fifty films list check out the article titled Fifty Films You Haven’t Seen But Should!. Through the next five weeks I’m going to discuss 50 films (ten each week) that deserve more attention!
1987. As the decade of decadence rolled on an Reagenism swept the nation. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were permeating out of our TV screens, and movies where in a weird place. You had a bevy of different films all with different themes opening in this year. From Platoon winning Best Picture of 1986 at the Oscars to things like The Evil Dead II and Raising Arizona. All in all 1987 was an iconic year for film. One whose flicks would stand the test of time.With that said let’s get to my top ten films from the year I was born…1987!
Animation. It is a unique storytelling device, and one that’s been used in cinema since the late 1920’s in a feature film format when Walt Disney created Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, unlike this cinematic landmark however some animated films get lost in time. This can happen for a variety of reasons the most paramount of which is that they failed at the box-office. Some had themes that went beyond the medium of animation of skewed a bit too dark for the audience animation is normally targeted towards…children. Regardless of the reason it’s been forgotten I asked people from around the internet for their input in putting this list together. I took 60+ lists from fans pundits, and cinephiles around the web and gave each persons top pick ten points and tenth pick one point and so on and so fourth. Having said all that I took into account films that are predominantly animated so flicks like Who Framed Roger Rabbit, and Cool World are disqualified. Let’s get started!
Okay so it’s that time again. Time for the movies that are the year’s “Best” (we don’t like that term as it’s subjective) to get their comeuppance. Here we’re going to tell you who we pick. We’re not going to breakdown why that is what the comment section is for. Let the debate begin!
October – The month of death and scares. Changing leaves and colder weather. It’s a…
Hello, Snobs! It has come to the attention of a certain editor that this summer has been completely underwhelming when we talk about box-office numbers. What we’re going to do is examine the validity of that claim. We’ll start with the opening Friday in May which is the unofficial start of summer and we’ll go all the way through the second weekend in August. We’ll go over opening weekend receipts since those are the best indicators, they’ll also give us a feel for audience tastes in regards to these films. All box-office numbers courtesy of www.boxofficemojo.com check them out if you need the know on the numbers for your favorite feature films. Without further ado let’s crunch some numbers.
The year was 2009, and I sat in a movie theatre with my girlfriend of about 4 years.
The lights dimmed, and the movie began.
Little did I know, the next 95 minutes, I would partake on a cinematic adventure that would define my early to mid-20s, to a tee.
If you haven’t seen the film, (500 Days of Summer takes us through the relationship of Tom Hansen (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and Summer Finn (Zooey Deschanel), as Tom recounts the 500 days (in random order) Summer has been a part of his life.
The film has become a favorite of mine to watch, when sad about a girl, because I relate to it perfectly. And when you’re sad, all you want is to know you aren’t alone.
I’ve learned many life/relationship lessons from this film. I’m going to give you 5 of them…
The news is hard to ignore any longer and the dust is far from settling.
August 11, 2014 – Comedian and actor, Robin Williams passed away at the age of 63, leaving behind an impressive and hilarious legacy.
Us here at Film Snobs are incredibly saddened to admit this painful fact.
And all of us as FSR have a Robin Williams memory. We thought it would be nice for all of our writers to individually give thanks to the late funny man.