Dorothy Malone (1925 – 2018)

Top-dúzia em honra dessa imponente e exuberante atriz:

Anita Ekberg (1931 – 2015)

Top-5, então: 1- A Doce Vida (La Dolce Vita, Federico Fellini, 1960) 2- Boccaccio 70 (Federico Fellini/Vittorio De Sica/Luchino Visconti/Mario Monicelli, 1962) 3- Guerra e Paz (War and Peace, King Vidor, 1956) 4- Sete Vezes Mulher (Woman seven Times, Vittorio De Sica, 1967) 5- Artistas e Modelos (Artists and Models, Frank Tashlin, 1955)

Rod Taylor (1930 – 2015)

Top dúzia, então: 1- Os Pássaros (The Birds, Alfred Hitchcock, 1963) 2- Zabriskie Point (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1970) 3- Assim Caminha a Humanidade (Giant, George Stevens, 1956) 4- Bastardos Inglórios (Inglourious Basterds, Quentin Tarantino, 2009) 5- A Máquina do Tempo (The Time Machine, George Pal, 1960) 6- Vidas Separadas (Separate Tables, Delbert Mann, 1958) 7- 36Continuar lendo “Rod Taylor (1930 – 2015)”

24 Frames: Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? (Frank Tashlin, 1957)

The high point in the film’s satiric vision of corporate upward mobility comes toward the end of the film, in the scenes in which Rockwell receives his promotions — first to vice president and then to president. These scenes parody status panic and the success ethic at its most exaggerated. When Rock first sees hisContinuar lendo “24 Frames: Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? (Frank Tashlin, 1957)”

Professor Ed Avery’s Cortizone-Fueled, Bigger-Than-Life, Super Big Gulp-Sized Summer Movie Quiz

1) Depending on your mood, your favorite or least-loved movie cliché 2) Regardless of whether or not you eventually caught up with it, which film classic have you lied about seeing in the past? 3) Roland Young or Edward Everett Horton?Em toda sua lubitschiana glória 4) Second favorite Frank Tashlin movie 5) Clockwork Orange– yesContinuar lendo “Professor Ed Avery’s Cortizone-Fueled, Bigger-Than-Life, Super Big Gulp-Sized Summer Movie Quiz”