I was looking for a decent quality image of Alexander Walker’s Joan Crawford: The Ultimate Star book cover, but I couldn’t find any :/ so I decided to scan my own. Take it as a service to the online community. I was going to watermark it, but decided not to. A link back or a shout out would be nice, tho :)
Archives For film history
Woah <3 but, man, licensing issues~
One go, not much thinking and over-thinking. Yup, this looks about right.
- 2000 – Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
- 2001 – Moulin Rouge!
- 2002 – Gangs of New York
- 2003 – The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (because I have to)
- 2004 – Finding Neverland
- 2005 – Munich
- 2006 – Letters from Iwo Jima
- 2007 – There Will Be Blood
- 2008 – The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
- 2009 – District 9
- 2010 – Toy Story 3 (because you HAVE TO)
- 2011 – Midnight in Paris
- 2012 – Life of Pi
- 2013 – 12 Years a Slave
- 2014 – Boyhood
I struggled a little with LotR and (maybe) Toy Story, but I’ll give it to them anyway~ I’m also a bit lukewarm about Finding Neverland and Midnight in Paris, and I totally warmed up to Life of Pi… though I don’t mind Argo. With Boyhood over Whiplash (despite me liking the other one better xD), it makes the list a lot more larger than life.
It’s been a few years since I did a “what I like about” post , and considering that it’s been one full year since I officially started watching Indian films, I thought it’d be great to look back to see What I Like About
Bollywood– pardon me, Indian Films.