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WE LOVE YOU DIANA! 🤩🤩🤩 come see Diana Ross play Billie Holiday in “Lady Sings the Blues” [🎟 link in bio]
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Stories are human, so is love.

Brokeback Mountain 2005
Director- Ang Lee
Cinematographer - Rodrigo Prieto

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Top movie! Top performance! Top actor! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
................................ Seriously give him all the awards! #oscarsnub @thedanielbruhl #DanielBrühl #danielbruhl #rushmovie #nikilaude #formulaone #formulaonelegend #Hollywood #RonHoward #PeterMorgan #HansZimmer #worldchampion #talented #German #actor I've seen 30 plus of Daniel's movies but Rush is still my fave! He was #outstanding #remarkable #extraordinary I know you think us Brits didn't appreciate the difficulty of the Austrian accent Danny B but that's not the case sweetie! You did a spectacular job! I love you! Bring on #MyZoe 😘🙌👏

Requiem For A Dream (2000) 🎬
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Written by Hubert Selby Jr. 📝
Directed by Darren Aronofsky 🎥
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The drug-induced utopias of four Coney Island people are shattered when their addictions run deep.
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Fun Fact:
During Ellen Burstyn's impassioned monologue about how it feels to be old, cinematographer Matthew Libatique accidentally let the camera drift off-target. When director Darren Aronofsky called "cut" and confronted him about it, he realized the reason Libatique had let the camera drift was because he had been crying during the take and fogged up the camera's eyepiece. This was the take used in the final print.
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So, PRISONERS is a 2013 Crime, Drama, Mystery film, directed by: Denis Villeneuve. Starring: Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Viola Davis, Maria Bello, Terrence Howard, Melissa Leo, and Paul Dano.
'When Keller Doover's (Jackman) daughter and her friend go missing, he takes matters into his own hands as Detective Loki (Gyllenhaal) and police officers pursue multiple amount of leads and pressure builds.'
This film introduced me to Denis Villeneuve, which I'm so grateful for, but I scratch my head everytime watching this film thinking "Where is Jackman's Oscar?"
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First of all, this plot is thrilling, but in a terrifying good way. The film shows you the pressure of the police department and the emotional instability of a grieving parent in a very balanced way. Villeneuve does an expert job at directing with just such a dark and heavy tone that you both understand and just feel like you're in this tragic situation. The cinematography, by Roger Hawkins, is also incredibly beautiful. But performances are impeccable. Actors like Gyllenhaal, Davis, and Dano do an incredible job and while I think each of the characters and their performances are terrific, Jackman is the star. Jackman brings so much greatness and pain and anger to his role that you start to think he's actually going through this event, that it's actually happening to him.
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I'm a fan of Villeneuve slow-burn type of filmmaking, but I can see casual audiences having a difficult time with the pace of this film.
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In the end, this had everything I need in a film. It has a great storyline woven together beautifully with a great and very well told dramatic story and noire mystery.
I'll give PRISONERS an A+

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Lolol this movie was the beginning and the end of my acting career #HighSchoolDaze #OscarSnub

6. Zodiac: (Dir: David Fincher, DP: Harris Savides, 2007) Zodiac is about a San Fransisco Chronicle’s cartoonist, played by Jake Gyllenhaal, who becomes obsessed with the Zodiac killings and investigates each killing, working alongside the San Francisco PD and FBI. This is one of my favorite David Fincher films because of how critical Fincher makes each scene; there isn’t one scene that feels out of place. The writing for this film is amazing and gives each character intriguing traits and arcs. The style is very fresh yet dark at the same time. RDJ, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Mark Ruffalo all give amazing performances. The CGI incorporated into this film is very subtle and realistic, and upon rewatch I cannot tell what is blue/green screen and what is real. I highly recommend this film to everyone. Grade: A+ #oscarsnub #davidfincher

You kidding me ? I am Queens Boulevard. #oscarsnub #vinnychase #billywalsh #sundance

Sound On - this one is for all the fans of @jennaelfman ‘s performance in #canthardlywait #barrymanilow #mandy #boxerpuppy #sealedbrindleboxer #oscarsnub

The blues black out when they can see a smile that says, "Move on. No vacancy." #judygarland #birthday #AStarIsBorn #musical #oscarsnub #longface

5. Sing Street: (Dir: John Carney, DP: Yaron Orbach, 2016) Sing Street is a story about a young high school boy, Conor, who creates a band to impress a lost and mysterious girl, Raphina. Through his journey, he’s able to create great songs and a complex relationship with Raphina. This is a coming-of-age story that I did not expect to affect me as much as it did. This movie transported me to a time in 1980s Dublin, as I personally felt a connection with the characters. This is all thanks to the writers and direction from Director John Carney for creating a musical-like comedy. Each song feels original, since you do follow the process of creating each song. The score and cinematography is solid work. I highly recommend to music lovers and good cinema. Grade: A (it’s on Netflix check it out) #oscarsnub #singstreet #80snostalgia

4. Drive: (Dir: Nicolas Winding Refn, DP: Newton Thomas Sigel, 2011) Drive is about a mysterious Driver whose life is changed when he meets a woman and her son. However, this relationship is put to a serious test by her husband’s troubled past and his own associates. Drive is my favorite movie of all time, and the reason for it being my favorite movie is simply that it’s a movie about a hero. A hero who starts off as a man with no morals and no motivation to do anything in his life, but love changes his mentality and causes him to do whatever he can to save the woman he loves and her son. All of his actions are horrible however; he helps violent heists and kills people. But, he does all of this to ensure the woman and her son is safe. The cinematography is astounding along with the use of sound. This film is nothing but a masterpiece and an unrecognized film. The use of color is very clear and is precise for each scene. I adore this movie and I rewatch it every chance I get. GRADE:A++ #oscarsnub #masterpiece #arealhumanbeingandarealhero #drivemovie #ryangosling

Jake Gyllenhaal as Detective Loki in Prisoners. #mcm #mancrushmonday #jakegyllenhaal #prisoners #detectiveloki #oscarsnub

How many people can say they own an unopened copy of this masterpiece???#oscarsnub #bestvillians #bestsuperheromovie #peaktobey #monkeymotivated

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