"PLAY IT AGAIN SAM" WITH THOSE WORDS Humphrey Bogart put into generations of "Film Lover's" minds The most famous "Line" ever spoken in film, in the most famous coffee bar, and At the time, to some of the most famous Actor/Actresses in the world. What is often lost however is why Those words became so famous. Earlier in the film, he tells Sam The piano player, "I told you to never play that song again" Because it reminds him of a failed attempt at romance, but after Years of maturing, the same woman who broke his heart (see Ingrid Bergman above) years earlier, walks in to "Ricks Cafe" and A much older and wiser H. Bogart is able to salvage the Relationship, which touched us and put slow turning ceiling fans Into every mood movie we have seen Since. We believe here at "The Palms Art Gallery" it is just these Subtle emotional under Tones that make a movie stand the winds Of time or fall into Forgotten heaps. Whether it is the anger generated by the failure Of a Mother/Son bonding as in Star Wars or the hardship Economics brought on a large family as in "The Grapes Of Wrath" We have gathered here, with the help of You our visitors - some Of the most meaningful movie experiences our guests have ever Seen and known, and Hopefully you never heard of ! please tell us of your most favorite Life changing off beat movie and Then we will do our best to publish it here, simply tell us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The fact is more of Val Lewtons movies have been copied then any other director in film history. Some say Lewton was really looking for Elizabeth Taylor when he cast Simone Simon as the cat woman in RKO studios $150,000 release of “The Cat People”. RKO said give us a art Noir Horror movie and lewton made what Hitchcock and John Ford called the most terrifying scene in movie history, with only a bus door opening, and it is. These films Are, as all Lewtons movies where from This period, an Art House Love, curse and Spiritual hope Feast that would pound your heart and then make it weep. Val Lewton put the same message in all his movies but each time in a vastly different way--Insanity is not cool, it is heart breaking, because it is beauty breaking. Hatred is a lack of imagination, and that real beauty is also justice and the only thing that can save the world is real beauty. Do see “The Ghost Ship”, “The Leopard Man”, "The Seventh Victim", "I Walked With A Zombie", which spun off a hit record. And then watch the Martin Scorsese Documentary on all the above Films. Boris Karloff after viewing "Cat People" and "Revenge of The Cat People", called them "The Mona Lisa's of all horror Films", Bloodless, almost zero violence. Mysterious, Romantic, Artistic, Hauntingly beautiful and always hopeful. Lewton's nine movies are each, a gorgeous, moral universe in them selves--------- GO TO---- http://www.lewtonsite.com/
We note at the Palms Art Gallery even though some of you have seen this movie, you are reading Its review anyway. That might just be because what the world needs now is a little sweetness and light. And maybe more light rye whiskey. In any case no matter what your needs, the man on the left has a good friend, an aunt and a sister, the aunt and the sister are very concerned that "Elmore" who probably doe's not need another whiskey right now is losing his mind to an illusionary guardian rabbit (Genus Irish Pooka) named Harvey. There is also a vary nice bar for dancing. A handsome young Doctor and his pretty asst. As well a cigar smoking man in a white suit, a psychiatrist and large bars on the upper windows. Also Harvey seems to sport a bow tie and a belt, but we can't be sure as we have not had 5 whiskeys to confirm it with. This film is available at The Hughes Main Library down town greenville.
This Is Not Just Another Movie That Uses Violence To End Violence
This is one of the finest dark comedy's we have ever seen. And never have we seen a movie end on a happier note and more up beat feeling of human optimism, let us explain why, you see that Reverend with A skin head, please note the Rev. has a stainless steel nose, the skin head is Adam. what you do not see is the 300 pound tennis player, the oven that punishes folks for sinning, A Pakistani who feels displaced and the nice lady about to give birth to a mutant life form. This movie is not about what you see but what you think you see and don't. Danish Director Anders Thomas Jensen is the George Lucas of black Comedy and personal redemption.This is a violent movie, and at The Palms Art Gallery we never recommend a violent movie. However maybe this movie just looks violent, maybe you will laugh till you cry finding out. From the Hughes Main library collection.
Or the angel who fell to earth to have coffee with Peter Falk.
In America, more so then any other film producing country, we have something called the "remake". You may recall some years back there was a movie with a good sound track called "City Of Angels" this was a Goth remake of a profoundly better movie called "Wings Of Desire" In the latter real movie the tale of a guardian angle is told who falls in love with a Traipse Artist, who has given up on love. This is done with a European mysticism that will lift you out of your seat, this movie will make you question every feeling of love, affection, beauty and self sacrifice you have ever know. The sound track is done by Nick Cave and the bad seeds with live concert footage, in part two of this movie Lou Reed of the Velvet Underground, U2, Johnny Cash, Laurie Anderson, Jane Siberry, Talking Heads Simon Bonney, Blue Nile. R.E.M. Robbie Robertson, Daniel Lanois, Patti Smith, K.D. Lang. The House of Love --As such a better sound tract too!. adds to this score, Cameo appearances include in part 1 and 2 --Peter Falk as a Nazi officer, Michail Gorbachev, William Defoe, The Traipse artist is the Director WimVenders wife and the film is about you. Wim Venders movies are like house guests as they are so long on your TV, some 5 hours. we recommend you go to the site below to see his other work that may surprise you like his Willie Nelson movie and Paris Texas.----www.wim-wenders.com/index.htm
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