The world is so noisy, we unconsciously filter out all that we don’t want to hear. Much of film sound operates in the same way.
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In terms of genre, few films are as influential film as Fritz Lang’s M. Where would The French Connection, LA Confidential and Se7en be without it?
Mention Se7en and chances are talk will lead to the head in the box. But while that makes the ending so unforgettable, it’s also the film’s biggest problem.
Adapted from Gillian Flynn’s best-selling thriller, David Fincher’s film keeps its most surprising twist until the final shot. And it’s not what you think.
When it was released, Fight Club was rubbished by critics and rejected by audiences. Now it’s regarded as a masterpiece. So what changed people’s minds?
If the detective mystery dates as far back as Ancient Greece and even further to the Bible, how has Hollywood managed to keep it fresh and relevant?
Zodiac is a painstakingly researched and highly original take on that jaded sub-genre, the serial-killer. How original? Just wait around for the ending.
Credits used to simply announce the names of those involved. But then someone came up with the idea of making them part of the story itself.