Godard’s innovative and seminal film perfectly captures the essence of La Nouvelle Vague.
Spawning one of the most endearing film franchises of all time, George Lucas’s original Star Wars film pleasantly shocked critics and audiences alike when it hit screens in the 70s.
Spectacle or enigma? “2001: A Space Odyssey” is the monolith of science fiction films, sealing Kubrick’s legacy as cinema’s master.
No other show breaks as many unwritten rules of storytelling, and like its most devious characters, “Game of Thrones” gets away with it.
The greatest movie ever made? Even if you know that Rosebud is just a damn [spoiler redacted], every filmmaker should know “Citizen Kane.”
Few other films demonstrate the full scope of cinematic storytelling. Francis Ford Coppola’s epic saga made street thugs into flawed kings.
Martin Scorsese used every cinematic tool available to portray Jake LaMotta’s dominance in the ring and the tragedy of his personal life.