Top That from Teen Witch: Film Clip

If you were lucky (can I say that?) to be alive during the 90s, then you might have heard of the wonderful movie Teen Witch. Released in 1989, this film tells a story about a girl who posses magical powers on her 16th birthday. Now, there is more to it, but I’m here to share…

BEST PICTURE NOMINEE FILM CLIP: THE BIG SHORT

To be honest, The Big Short surprised me. I thought it was going to be just another film, talking about money and finance. But in reality, it’s a movie far beyond that. A film which is a little hard to watch, mostly because it really happened to the housing market in The United States, takes…

BEST PICTURE NOMINEE FILM CLIP: BRIDGE OF SPIES

Perhaps my biggest disappointment of the year, Bridge of Spies, has somehow nabbed one of the coveted eight Best Picture Oscar nominations. Though this film was hardly recognized in other award ceremony, it has proven itself worthy to The Academy. Bridge of Spies has garnered nominations in categories such as Production Design, Sound Mixing, Best…

BEST PICTURE NOMINEE FILM CLIP: SPOTLIGHT

Today begins a new segment I am starting all the way up until The Academy Awards. Every Saturday I will bring you a film clip of each of the Best Picture nominees.These clips will, in my opinion, shows off the film’s exceptional filmmaking. So today we begin with Spotlight. Though this film is not high on…

Film Clip: Raging Bull

It’s pure genius, when a film can use sound (or lack there of) to convey to an audience the significance of a moment. But it has to be done right. Time and time again, directors have used sound and cinematography to show how a character might be feeling, or how the audience members should feel,…

Film Clip Saturday: A Most Wanted Man

It would be fair for the media to go crazy over “A Most Wanted Man” because it was Philip Seymour Hoffman’s last film. However, that is not that case here. This film grips you from the very beginning, while taking you along for a ride of suspense. Hoffman gives nothing but the best in this…

Film Clip Saturday

There are some movies that just stay with you. For me, one of these movies will forever be “Sorry, Wrong Number.” **SPOILERS AHEAD** for people who don’t want the movie ruined. For the others who have seen the film, here is a clip from the very last scene. Enjoy! Starring: Barbara Stanwyck & Burt Lancaster