TOP 500

TwittaFlicks #499 – Yojimbo (1961)

    TwittaFlicks #499 – Yojimbo (1961) – Hammet-inspired Samurai epic, partially responsible for ‘spaghetti western’. Mifune is badass in spades.

TwittaFlicks #90 – Chimes At Midnight (1967)

    TwittaFlicks #90 – Chimes at Midnight (1965) – Welles uses Shakespeare’s Henry IV to inspire an artful take on perennial bit player Falstaff

TwittaFlicks #84 – Caddyshack (1980)

    TwittaFlicks #84 – Caddyshack (1980) – The best of the madcap 80’s comedies. The only good varmint poontang is dead varmint poontang, I think.

TwittaFlicks #250 – Le Samourai (1967)

  TwittaFlicks #250 – Le Samourai (1967) – Melville’s New Wave take on Film Noir is sparse, dark and riveting in its rejection of cliches

TwittaFlicks #477 – West Side Story (1961)

TwittaFlicks #477 – West Side Story (1961) – When you’re a Jet, if the shit hits the fan – stand back – and let sexy Rita Moreno dance.

TwittaFlicks #119 – The Departed (2006)

TwittaFlicks #119 – The Departed (2006) – Marty adapts a HK action flick and comes up swinging in the Irish Boston underworld GO F@*$ YOSELF!

TwittaFlicks #494 – The Wrestler (2008)

    TwittaFlicks #494 – The Wrestler (2008) – The Mick personifies the anguish of a hard-livin’, cast-off warrior. Staples!! Marisa Tomei strips!

Twittaflicks #498 – Yellow Submarine (1968)

    Twittaflicks #498 – Yellow Submarine (1968) – This is Ringo’s brain. This is Ringo’s brain in 1968 and full of Ruby Slipper blotter acid.

TwittaFlicks #14 – Ali: Fear Eats the Soul (1974)

    TwittaFlicks #14 – Ali: Fear Eats the Soul (1974) – RWF’s take on Douglas Sirk finds no solace in empty spaces between unlikely lovers.

TwittaFlicks #129 – La Dolce Vita (1960)

    TwittaFlicks #129 – La Dolce Vita (1960) – Marcello searches for his soul while navigating the carnival of 50’s Roman sin and excess. È bello