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    Envoyée le mercredi 15 février 2017 19:02:56
    par CineFix
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    Stories are told through a certain character's perspective and filmmakers create various pathways to bridge the gap of understanding between character and audience. We've compiled a list of the best film examples that convey a character's specific state of mind.

    Top 10 Moments of Subjectivity on Film:
    1. Hiroshima, Mon Amour
    2. Take Shelter
    3. An American Werewolf in London's
    4. The Mirror
    5. The Last Temptation of Christ
    6. Big Fish
    7. Apocalypse Now
    8. Clean, Shaven
    9. Fight Club
    10. Saving Private Ryan

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  • Itay Levin

    I guess my favorite is the food fight sequence from Hook
    vendredi 24 février 2017 08:57:34
  • Helgali

    I absolutely LOVE these series. Thank you.
    vendredi 24 février 2017 06:30:28
  • Imran Hussein

    Cinema for life!
    vendredi 24 février 2017 04:25:13
  • georgiac91

    Has anyone counted the number of times these guys have mentioned The Mirror yet? ;)
    vendredi 24 février 2017 03:39:51
  • Brad K

    The thing with Saving Private Ryan's Omaha Beach Landing brutal sequence, and the newsreel's relatively calm is a matter of time, and who landed when. The first, early landings being the brutal battle pretty much as shown in Speilberg's film, vs the somewhat later scene when soldiers were just landing, mostly unchallenged.
    vendredi 24 février 2017 01:57:43
  • Stefan Vraspir

    I feel like Come and See should get a spot on this list (or at least an honorable mention)...lots of amazing surreal and subjective scenes
    jeudi 23 février 2017 18:43:41
  • TheAmazingGiraffe

    How can you talk about intoxication and not talk about Trainspotting!?
    jeudi 23 février 2017 14:39:25
  • BjornSvenson

    Daaaahaahaahaaaa!!! You said Martha Marcy May Marlene wrong!! How embarrassing for you! ...I'm so lonely
    jeudi 23 février 2017 10:36:48
  • il Duderoni

    Would've liked a bigger honorable mention for Hero with Jet Li, but good list overall.
    jeudi 23 février 2017 06:13:37
  • Sam Cooper

    OK it simply must be noted that the documentary footage shown here of D-day was not captured during the 1st nor even 2nd wave of the invasion. By the time it was considered safe enough for most cameramen to hit the beaches, the German pillboxes were mostly suppressed. Also, think of who would be shown that documentary footage of the landings...The American public. The military would not want to present footage of American boys being slaughtered and cut down by machine gun fire. So in one sense, Saving Private Ryan's depiction of the true hell of the landings is more real. FYI - there does exist photos captured by Frank Cappa of the initial landings. They are a bit blurry, but they capture the real essence of the fight more accurately than the skimpy documentary footage shown here.
    mercredi 22 février 2017 22:59:03
  • Artur Henrique

    Do a list about the moments where the directing hints or even shows you something that it's still about to be shown in the film. For example in Unbreakable (spoiler alert), where the way Elijah dresses, moves and acts gives us chills and a weird vibe about him, I remember watching this with my family and we all picked up on the fact that he was kind of odd, even without thinking that he was a bad guy... That would be the example of a hint, but in this same film there's a scene that beautifully fucking TELLS you that he is a bad guy: Elijah explains to a guy early on the film about the aesthetics of a Comic Book cover, and how the hero has a square jaw and looks more human, as the villain is bigger, more threating with a curved spine and a head that is almost as big as his torso... Later, there is a shot that gets the side of both Elijah and David, as they are talking, that slowly moves further away, leaving them both to be only silhouettes, with the exact same descrition Elijah had done for the Comic Book: he is taller, has a curved spine and his head is the side of his torso (since he is only a silhouette, his hair merges with his head), as David gets his square jaw a ittle more noticeable, and his bald head makes him look more human. That scene is amazing and haunting, the day I watched the movie I went to bed and was thinking about it when I remembered that scene and realized what it had done, I got so many chills, it was even kind of scary the fact that the director had told me and put it right on my face the fact that he was a maniac and I hadn't noticed, soooooooooooo fucking amazing.
    mercredi 22 février 2017 21:49:48
  • juan camilo gitterle

    How about the best moments in cinema when the score just fits perfectly and gives the chills, like in Return of the King, at the time when Theoden is ending his speech, the camera rises to show all the riders roaring and the music plays triumphant. OH GOD YEEESSSS!
    mercredi 22 février 2017 21:47:22
  • Jay Plays

    You put American Werewolf instead of Jacob's Ladder?! I kind of want to remove my like, now. You didn't put Eternal Sunshine on the list either?! WTF....
    mercredi 22 février 2017 21:40:52
  • Maysaras Saladin

    top ten twists in movies of all time, or top ten movies adapted novels or books..
    mercredi 22 février 2017 19:28:05
  • YRUThinkn

    No 2001?
    mercredi 22 février 2017 18:40:42
  • potatotomatoe

    I feel pretentious and at the same time excited to be educated/well informed when I watch CineFix videos.
    mercredi 22 février 2017 16:54:15
  • Gâbrïel

    Top 10 torture scenes in movies
    mercredi 22 février 2017 14:14:38
  • Dora

    Still waiting for a top 10 theater musicals, or a top 10 songs from theater musicals, and also for a top 10 book to film adaptations
    mercredi 22 février 2017 11:12:48
  • The White Album

    On a serious note, how many films have you guys actually watched?
    mercredi 22 février 2017 10:34:00
  • TekMerc

    What the hell is Dylan - Warpath Remix doing in this video (Fight Club section)? Random Drum & Bass is random.
    mercredi 22 février 2017 10:16:47
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