'Deep Blue Sea' recounts a turbulent romance There is more to the dense, deliberate and emotionally turbulent "The Deep Blue Sea" than its painterly style and anguished subject matter. The film, dreamily imagined by director Terence Davies from the play by Terence Rattigan, is made in the fragmented ... 05/3/2012 - 10:00 am | View Link
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This Easter weekend three religious-themed films made the Top 10, led by new opener "Heaven Is for Real" (Sony) which barely missed taking the #2 spot despite playing in more than 1,000 fewer screens than the box office leaders. This unheralded low-budget effort reinforces the most significant trend of 2014 so far: faith-based films nabbing substantial audiences (even "Noah" got a piece of this action).
For the third week running, the top film is "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" (Marvel/Buena Vista), which looks to be among the year's very best grossers, particularly worldwide.
Ever since I watched Dead Man in high school the way I've watched movies has forever been altered. Now, almost fifteen years later, I'm turning to others for some suggestions and directions. Please help me with the names of some movies and directors I should dive into. submitted by vandewp [link] [7 comments]