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classics, which inspired the contemporary directors
7 months ago
(October 29, 2020 08:54 AM)
Member since October 24, 2020
Kansas City Confidential (1952): Quentin Tarantino has said that Reservoir Dogs (1992) was inspired by this movie.
White Zombie (1932): Rob Zombie named his first heavy metal band, White Zombie, after this movie.
His Girl Friday (1940): Quentin Tarantino cites this film as one of his favorite movies
It's a Wonderful Life (1946): Steven Spielberg cites this film as one of his favorite movies.
The lady vanishes (1938): Orson Welles reportedly saw this movie eleven times.
Stagecoach (1939): Orson Welles has put forth this film as a textbook example of filmmaking and said he had watched it more than 40 times in preparation for the making of Citizen Kane (1941).
La grande illusion/ france: Frequently cited by Woody Allen as the finest picture ever made.
Warning from Space/ japan: the film, along with other 1950s science fiction films, influenced director Stanley Kubrick, who would later direct 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968).
Matango/ japan: The effect of the growing mushrooms was done through the same means later used to create the "instant pudding" in Woody Allen's Sleeper(1973).
The phantom carriage/ sweden: Ingmar Bergman watched this film at least once every summer, either alone or in the company of younger people.
Re: classics, which inspired the contemporary directors
7 months ago
(October 29, 2020 10:42 AM)
Member since February 19, 2018
Very interesting, but
Warning From Space?
Schrodinger's Cat walks into a bar, and doesn't. 😼