Instead of adding to the film’s immersive experience, All Quiet on the Western Front booms to the point where it becomes intrusive.
Easy Rider is a historical record in both American and Hollywood history, as well as a never-ending clash of cultures even in the modern era.
The simple, voyeuristic stick figure universally creates a strange intimacy that is an authentic portrayal of humanity’s connection to the universe and depression.
The case explores the point of view of the protagonist of American Psycho as a male character and how a particular trigger can influence the negative impact of media on the consumer’s psyche.
In the Mood for Love maintains the universality of its formula as art, despite the Hong Kong modernity that once characterized Wong’s style as being the same site he uses.
Taxi Driver enforces an infectious relationship with its audience.
12 Angry Men offers an exploration of the evil of indifference, far more pervasive yet powerful than the common monster crimes in movies but rare in real life.
In Citizen Kane, old age comes with defeat and does not come with grace.
When it comes to real, internal, subjective, or hallucinations, Persona is almost always the case in a text enjoying superficial confusion.
Intuitive yet primal, The Tree of Life explores the relationship between memory, nature, and time.