Luke Skywalker was taken by surprise when Darth Vader announced he was his father. In Mrs. Doubtfire, Robin Williams pretends to be a housemaid to be able to see his kids.
Dirty Dancing is famous for many reasons: the watermelon scene, Patrick Swayze lifting Jennifer Grey in the water and of course the oneliner Nobody puts Baby in a corner. Rosemary’s Baby is a classic sixties horror movie by Roman Polanski. In the film Mia Farrow
Who doesn’t know the catchphrase Here’s Johnny! from The Shining? Jack Nicholson says this memorable one liner when he sticks his head through the bathroom door, after chopping a hole in it with an axe. Even more surprising is the emergence of the chestburster out of John
Thirty years ago, three years after Jim Cameron‘s The Terminator, another gunslinging cyborg appeared on the silver screen: RoboCop. This masterpiece by Dutch director Paul Verhoeven (Total Recall, Basic Instinct, Elle, Turkish Delight) became an instant science fiction classic and remains so three decades later.
In Drive, an anonymous stunt driver works in a garage by day and roams the streets of L.A. by night. The shy guy offers his services as a getaway driver for holdups and heists. After meeting the girl next door in his Echo Park apartment
Twenty years after director Danny Boyle introduced us to five Scottish junkies in Trainspotting, Boyle and four out of five guys are back in T2 Trainspotting. Spoiler alert: Tommy died in the first movie which explains his absence in this sequel. The cast and director
We all love the 1980 comedy Airplane! The disaster movie spoof starring Leslie Nielsen, Peter Graves, Lloyd ‘Father of The Dude’ Bridges and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar became an instant classic. The film launched the career of Jim Abrahams who went to direct the Hot Shots and
The eighties spawned many great popcorn movies like Ghostbusters, Beverly Hills Cop and Fast Times at Ridgemont High by first time director Amy Heckerling. Fast Times is considered one of the first high school movies, together with the musical Grease, way before the genre was revived by Clueless
Frances Ha is a beautiful black and white comedy by Noah Baumbach about a struggling modern dancer in New York. This fast paced movie emphasizes the dynamic city that never sleeps and the changes in the main character’s life. The movie is co-written by lead
Her is a romantic science fiction comedy by director Spike Jonze released in 2013 and nominated for 5 Academy Awards and awarded with the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. The movie has a very melancholy atmosphere to it and deals with heartbreak and the impersonal communication between people