NOW PLAYING

in theaters


new on DVD/BluRay


review index

HOT TOPICS



CLASSIC OF THE MOMENT

THE FILMS OF ROBERT WISE
(CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION

 

Welcome

The Film Experience™ was created by Nathaniel R


 Gemini, Cinephile, Actressexual. Also loves cats. All material herein is written and copyrighted by him, unless otherwise noted. twitter | facebook | pinterest | tumblr | letterboxd

 

Powered by Squarespace
Comment Fun

COMMENT(s) DU JOUR
what did you see this weekend?

"Well, I saw MOMMY on Saturday, and it kind of spoiled my Sunday movie-going, it was so good. " - Bill

"THE SKELETON TWINS. Darker than advertised." -Charlie G

"MAPS TO THE STARS at the cinema. It's certainly very "Cronenberg", satyrical and darkly funny...and Julianne Moore is absolute dynamite. It must have been so much fun for her! - Carlos

how about you, dear reader?

Beauty vs. Beast

 

 drink your milkshake and... 
VOTE! 

 

What'cha Looking For?
Subscribe

FAVORITE FILM BY YEAR

1920 Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde (John S Robertson)

1921 The Sheik (George Melford)

 

1922 Foolish Wives (Von Stroheim)
runner up: Nosferatu (F.W. Murnau)

1923 Our Hospitality (Buster Keaton)

1924 Peter Pan (Herbert Brenon)
runner up: The Last Laugh (F.W. Murnau) 

1925 Battleship Potemkin (Sergei Einsentein)

1926 The Son of the Sheik (George Fitzmaurice)

1927 Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (F.W. Murnau)
runner up: Metropolis (Fritz Lang)

 

1928 The Passion of Joan of Arc (Carl Dreyer)
runner up: Wings (William A Wellman)

1929 Pandora's Box (G.W. Pabst)
runner up: Diary of a Lost Girl (G.W. Pabst)