Pulp Fiction On the off chance that Reservoir Dogs was a blood-splashed calling card, Pulp Fiction saw Quentin Tarantino dismiss our front entryway from its pivots — and afterward get cheered for doing it with such goddamn panache.
It wore its various effects on its sleeve but felt utter, invigoratingly new and new. It is safe to say that we are upbeat? Better believe it, we upbeat.
The Shawshank Redemption
The warm, rugged hug of Morgan Freeman’s portrayal. The reassuringly Gary Cooper-ish mess of Tim Robbins’ face. Strangely, a film that highlights such cruelty and misfortune ought to stay a vibe decent lasting.
Much odder when you consider it was a film industry flop on discharge. Few first times at the helm so deftly built; nothing unexpected, at that point, that Frank Darabont presently can’t seem to stop it.
The Dark Knight
Effectively as powerful on the class as that other summer ’08 comic-book film, Iron Man. Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins spin-off does some incredible things since he never considered it to a hero film.
It’s more like a Michael Mann wrongdoing epic — besides rather than Pacino. De Niro in a coffee shop, you get a guy dresse as a bat and a crazy comedian in a police cross-examination room. With, er, Aaron Eckhart as Val Kilmer… ดูหนังออนไลน์ใหม่