#cinemaappreciation hashtag

Discover instagram "Cinemaappreciation" tag

Taxi Driver (1976):
@dailycinemaappreciation

Taxi Driver (1976): "You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me? Then who the hell else are you talking... you talking to me? Well I'm the only one here. Who the fuck do you think you're talking to? Oh yeah? OK." - Travis Bickle #taxidriver #travisbickle #robertdeniro #jodifoster #cybillshepherd #albertbrooks #harveykeitel #martinscorsese #crime #drama #crimedrama #movie #film #cinema #filmappreciation #cinemaappreciation #best #oneof #oneofthebest #1976 #quote

The Great Dictator (1940):
@dailycinemaappreciation

The Great Dictator (1940): "Don't give yourselves to brutes, men who despise you, enslave you; who regiment your lives, tell you what to do, what to think and what to feel! Who drill you, diet you, treat you like cattle, use you as cannon fodder. Don't give yourselves to these unnatural men - machine men with machine minds and machine hearts! You are not machines, you are not cattle, you are men!" - A Jewish Barber #thegreatdictator #charliechaplin #charleschaplin #chaplin #jewishbarber #adenoidhynkel #barber #jew #jewish #war #warfilm #holocaust #blackandwhite #movie #film #cinema #filmappreciation #cinemaappreciation #best #oneof #oneofthebest #1940 #quote

#TheKidWhoWouldBeKing  was a good movie… great lesson about it doesn't matter where you come from. You can be a hero!!
#gitculture #GITART #ProfessorGittings #CinemaAppreciation
@prof_g_wheeler

#thekidwhowouldbeking was a good movie… great lesson about it doesn't matter where you come from. You can be a hero!! #gitculture #gitart #professorgittings #cinemaappreciation

Kicking off my #MeetMe series at the #movies join me and see #TheKidWhoWouldBeKing at #AMCSunsetPlace There will be a discussion on the #herosjourney after!! •••
#ProfessorGittings #GITART #GITCULTURE #CinemaAppreciation
@prof_g_wheeler

Kicking off my #meetme series at the #movies join me and see #thekidwhowouldbeking at #amcsunsetplace There will be a discussion on the #herosjourney after!! ••• #professorgittings #gitart #gitculture #cinemaappreciation

Glass (2019). Another fabulous misfire from M. Night Shyamalamadingdong. I didn't have high expectations from this film, but it still managed to be a massive let-down.This film is mostly iredeemably bad, and its only real saving grace is James McAvoy, who is also, quite notably, the only actor who even tried. In terms of storytelling, editing, dialogue, and performances, this film is a failure. It is chock-full of scenes that simply do not need to be there and do not move the story forward. The way these scenes are structured together makes the whole film feel like it lacks any sense of continuity or purpose, often bouncing back and forth between two or more sets of useless information. It almost created the feeling that the film was edited around several missing scenes, as if a Director's Cut would probably help explain the awkward scene transitions and poor pacing. Even if that were the case, the very foundation of the film is incredibly weak. This film fails to understand who its characters are. Unbreakable and Split were imperfect as well, but both those films successfully fleshed out their characters and gave us a reason to care about them. In this film, those same characters are essentially props without any personality or development, or often any real reason to be there.The film tries to justify their presence by making some vague point that it fails to illustrate with any consistency or conviction. In terms of acting, apart from one good performance, the majority of the cast seemed bored halfway to death or mildly amused. Anya-Taylor Joy, for one, genuinely seemed to be holding back laughter towards the end of the film in what was supposed to be a dramatic scene, and it's hilarious to think that this take made it to the final cut of the film. There are three hundred plot twists in the third act of this film and none of them feel earned in any way whatsoever.
-----------
This film was a comically awful sendoff to the two preceding films in this trilogy. The experience of this entire film was equivalent to watching a high-school cover band butcher a number of classic songs in quick succession. Watch this film if you want to laugh at it, I suppose. 2/10.
@__sculpting_in_time___

Glass (2019). Another fabulous misfire from M. Night Shyamalamadingdong. I didn't have high expectations from this film, but it still managed to be a massive let-down.This film is mostly iredeemably bad, and its only real saving grace is James McAvoy, who is also, quite notably, the only actor who even tried. In terms of storytelling, editing, dialogue, and performances, this film is a failure. It is chock-full of scenes that simply do not need to be there and do not move the story forward. The way these scenes are structured together makes the whole film feel like it lacks any sense of continuity or purpose, often bouncing back and forth between two or more sets of useless information. It almost created the feeling that the film was edited around several missing scenes, as if a Director's Cut would probably help explain the awkward scene transitions and poor pacing. Even if that were the case, the very foundation of the film is incredibly weak. This film fails to understand who its

Next