Discussing how The Production Code affected films and how its end in 1968 helped birth an era of auteur directors and, thus, making 70s cinema the greatest decade.
Chinatown ’74, proved he could authentically contribute to the neo-noir mystery genre. He donned an air of comic, and very vulnerable complexity.
Lending his talents to film for 60+ years, we can gather from his most iconic roles what he brings to the screen that has kept moviegoers wanting more.
An in-depth scene study of Michael and Kay’s final moment in The Godfather, that solidified and established Michael as the new Don.
Terrence Malick’s debut film captures, poetically, with the help of Sheen and Spacek’s measured performances, a genuine and influential take on killers.