Show your support for the kid and his content with a donation of any amount. Stay real and stay black.
You should always watch anything from arguably the greatest filmmaker. But this is actually one of Spielberg's best films and shows his versatility.
This was actually supposed to be done by Kubrick, but Spielberg took over and I think was the better option in how he blends hard sci-fi with action and excitement with getting a very strong performance from Haley Joel Osment.
And for Spielberg, there are some pretty creepy moments in the film. But just in terms of the difference between a machine and human-being, it's a good one to check out.
This was supposed to be Kubrick's film, but he felt that his good friend Spielberg was a better fit to do the story justice, perhaps feeling he would be better in bringing the emotion and the heart of the central character
Get Out, Boardwalk Empire, Ofiice Space
You will be shocked to know its the same man in many of the films you have seen, so is the brilliance of his acting and ability to completely disappear into a role.
He represents the true essence of acting, which is shedding away all your ego and diving head first into the character, from the look, walk, speech-pattern and mannerism.
His performance of Milton in Office Space deserved way more recognition, because that is just outstanding acting to create such a unique and well-defined character.
Never wants to be typecast, and says he works hard to balance his comedic work with more dramatic roles
Terminator 1 and 2, Aliens, Avatar, True Lies
The master of the blockbuster. Has made some of the most popular films of all time but what makes him special is the technical brilliance of his movies that are made for the wide audience.
So while other mass-appeal movies are brainless and void of quality, Cameron wants to entertain you but still do so in a proper filmmaking way with a well constructed story, memorable characters and superb action direction.
A living legend.
Has always wanted to be a filmmaker that makes movies for most people to see rather than just the select few in a film festival
This was a film that I had always heard about, but never got round to watching. So I dove in not thinking it would be that great, but just decent. But this is one of my favorite Spike joints.
The film feels and flows just like its subject...Jazz. And the script, just like Do the Right Thing, is not so heavy on plot but more about a real organic voice from the characters. So you feel like you are really in the world that the characters inhabit.
One of Denzel's early films and he of course is good, but the true star is Wesley Snipes, who you could see from the early days had incredible screen presence and star quality about him.