Aug 19, 2022, 12:37 PM

News:

Choose a design and let our professionals help you build a successful website   - ITAcumens


10 Films to see before you die!!!

Started by Kalyan, Jan 26, 2009, 12:10 AM

previous topic - next topic
Go Down

Kalyan

10 Films to see before you die!!!

Filmmaker Rajat Kapoor lists a few unforgettable films to keep you company on those lonely nights.

Check out these must-see masterpieces

A 1960 suspense/thriller directed by Alfred Hitchcock, the movie is about a psychotic killer.

Based on the novel of the same name by Robert Bloch, this classic is an example of what Hitchcock achieved inside the studio. Suspense keeps you on the edge of the seat throughout the movie.

[imgzoom]http://discuss.itacumens.com/gallery/6_25_01_09_6_39_49.jpeg[/imgzoom]


source : economic times

Kalyan

Apu Trilogy

The series is directed by Satyajit Ray: Pather Panchali (Song of The Little Road), Aparajito (The Unvanquished) and Apur Sansar (The World of Apu).

Based on the works of Bengali author Bibhutibhushan Bandopadhyay , the trilogy is the best example in neorealistic cinema.

[imgzoom]http://discuss.itacumens.com/gallery/6_25_01_09_6_42_40.jpeg[/imgzoom]

source : economic times

Kalyan

Modern Times

Modern Times is a 1936 comedy by Charles Chaplin. Considered Chaplin's greatest work, it has his iconic Little Tramp character in his final silent-film appearance, struggling to survive in the modern, industrialised world.

The film depicts the desperate unemployment and financial conditions many people faced during the Great Depression.

source : economic times

[imgzoom]http://discuss.itacumens.com/gallery/6_25_01_09_6_45_13.jpeg[/imgzoom]

Kalyan

Seven Samurai

Yet another masterpiece by Akira Kurosawa, this one is considered one of the greatest and most influential films ever made. Superb action and detailing, Kurosawa excels in telling stories with action images.

It is the story of a village of farmers that hire seven samurais to combat bandits. The film inspired later films like The Guns of Navarone, Ocean's Eleven, The Dirty Dozen and several others.

[imgzoom]http://discuss.itacumens.com/gallery/6_25_01_09_6_47_45.jpeg[/imgzoom]

source : economic times

Kalyan

8 1/2

This 1963 classic is considered the pinnacle of Italian director Federico Fellini's work. The movie is about the struggles involved in the creative process, both technical and personal, and the problems artists face when expected to deliver something personal and profound with intense public scrutiny.

It is, in a larger sense, about finding true personal happiness in a difficult, fragmented life.

[imgzoom]http://discuss.itacumens.com/gallery/6_25_01_09_6_49_44.jpeg[/imgzoom]

source : economic times

Kalyan

Suvarnarekha

Director Ritwik Ghatak uses his unique art of story-telling in this Bengali classic about the trials and tribulations of a Hindu refugee from East Pakistan after the partition of India.

In the film, Ghatak gives a detailed visual and aural commentary of Bengal. Like every other of Ghatak's films, Suvarnarekha offers a mindblowing cinematic experience, taking into account the lighting, the narrative style and shots.

[imgzoom]http://discuss.itacumens.com/gallery/6_25_01_09_6_51_33.jpeg[/imgzoom]

source : economic times

Kalyan

Pyaasa

In this ageless human tragedy, Guru Dutt tells the story of a struggling poet, trying to make his works known in post-Independence India.

A prostitute with a heart of gold eventually helps him get his poems published. The film casts Waheeda Rehman in her first lead role accompanied by S.D. Burman's eternal music.

[imgzoom]http://discuss.itacumens.com/gallery/6_25_01_09_6_53_12.jpeg[/imgzoom]

source : economic times

Kalyan

Singing in the Rain

The film is a musical comedy, in fact, the best Hollywood musical ever made, starring Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor and Debbie Reynolds, directed by Kelly and Stanley Donen.

It offers a comic depiction of Hollywood's transition from silent films to the talkies.

[imgzoom]http://discuss.itacumens.com/gallery/6_25_01_09_6_54_56.jpeg[/imgzoom]

source : economic times

Kalyan

Breathless

A 1960 film directed by Jean-Luc Godard, Breathless is a story of a young thug who models himself on the film persona of Humphrey Bogart.

The film, till today, attracts much attention for its bold visual style and innovative editing, using jump cuts.

[imgzoom]http://discuss.itacumens.com/gallery/6_25_01_09_6_55_54.jpeg[/imgzoom]

source : economic times

Kalyan

Rules of the Game

A 1939 film directed by Jean Renoir, it's a satire on the pre-World War II scenario of the upper-class French society.

The film is an adaptation of Alfred de Musset's Les Caprices de Marianne, a popular 19th-century comedy of manners, and is now widely regarded to be Renoir's greatest film.

[imgzoom]http://discuss.itacumens.com/gallery/6_25_01_09_6_58_15.jpeg[/imgzoom]

source : economic times

ganeshbala

Hi

i didnt see any of these films above...

Let me try to watch and comment you..


Thanks for the post...  ;)


Prashanth

#11
Aug 07, 2009, 12:57 AM Last Edit: Nov 27, 2009, 11:13 PM by Prashanth
I request cognitive to arrange DVD's for these films




villertac

10 Films to see before i die:

Awarapan
Rang De basanti
Vivah
Slum dog Millionaires
3 Idiots
DDLJ
Jannat
Ishwar
Tum Mile
K3G

jokendy45

SOme of the movie I want to see before die are..
3 Idiots
Dabangg
Once upon time in mumbai
Crook
Footpath
Ghajni
Anjana Anjani
I hate luv story

sarahjack

My list of the films to see before I die,
The exorcist
The last supper
My world or earth
The ring
Harry potter all series
King kong

wolvarin

Some Films that i want to see before i die are: Prince of Persia: The Sand of Time, Underworld: Rise of Lycans, Avtar: The Last Air Bender, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Crush of Black Pearl, X Men Origin: Wolverine.

popeye42

i like
leap year
star dust
enchanted
tangeled
beauty and the beast
ghajni
3 idiots
dil waly dolhania lay jain gay
vivah
saathia

christramo

I like to see the collection of Arnold movies before death.

dennan

now a days less films are telling social message
more are only entaring in old days most of charlie chaplin movies are best and in scare movie evil dead is best

Go Up
 

Quick Reply

With Quick-Reply you can write a post when viewing a topic without loading a new page. You can still use bulletin board code and smileys as you would in a normal post.

Warning: this topic has not been posted in for at least 120 days.
Unless you're sure you want to reply, please consider starting a new topic.

Note: this post will not display until it's been approved by a moderator.
Name:
Email:
Verification:
Please leave this box empty:

Type the letters shown in the picture
Listen to the letters / Request another image

Type the letters shown in the picture:

shortcuts: alt+s submit/post or alt+p preview
IT Acumens Web Designing Chennai | GinGly :: Build your Personal Website | CineBuzz :: Cinema News | My Kids Diary :: Gift your Kids Memories :: Book Website @ 349 Rs monthly
Copyright 2005 - 2021 :: IT Acumens :: All Rights Reserved. :: XML Sitemap
ITAcumens Discussion Forum with 2 lakhs post running for 15 years - Powered by IT Acumens Pro Dedicated Server

My Kids Diary