Collection of Movies

I humbly hope these selective choices reflect your cinematic passion.
FERRIS BUELLER’S DAY OFF: 

(7.5/10)

If you have to cut class, do it with style. As Ferris Bueller said, the question isn’t “what are you going to do?” - the question is “what AREN’T you going to do?”

Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.

FERRIS BUELLER’S DAY OFF:

(7.5/10)

If you have to cut class, do it with style. As Ferris Bueller said, the question isn’t “what are you going to do?” - the question is “what AREN’T you going to do?”

Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.

OFFICE SPACE: 

(7.5/10)

Work sucks and living in a cubicle five days a week is a bore. So skip a day and let Mike Judge cheer you up with his 1999 movie: Office Space. The film promises several memorable scenes, including one of the best office-related beat ups  in employment history. 

So yeah, if you could just go ahead and give this movie a try, that’ll be great.

OFFICE SPACE:

(7.5/10)

Work sucks and living in a cubicle five days a week is a bore. So skip a day and let Mike Judge cheer you up with his 1999 movie: Office Space. The film promises several memorable scenes, including one of the best office-related beat ups in employment history.

So yeah, if you could just go ahead and give this movie a try, that’ll be great.

CLERKS: 

(8/10)

Clerks presents a day in the lives of two store clerks. That’s it. A low budget movie that ended up grossing millions, Clerks is one classic easy-going 90s movie that shouldn’t be missed. 

Welcome to the film that kick-started View Askewniverse and Kevin Smith’s career - mainly as a writer-director, but also as the famous Silent Bob on the side.

CLERKS:

(8/10)

Clerks presents a day in the lives of two store clerks. That’s it. A low budget movie that ended up grossing millions, Clerks is one classic easy-going 90s movie that shouldn’t be missed.

Welcome to the film that kick-started View Askewniverse and Kevin Smith’s career - mainly as a writer-director, but also as the famous Silent Bob on the side.

METROPOLIS: 

(9/10)

The 1927 Metropolis is undoubtedly one of the world’s greatest treasures in cinematic history. 

Classic and provocative, Metropolis is a grand visual wonder - addressing the power of social inequality and human compassion through epic cinematography that was well ahead of its time. The film made it into UNESCO’s Memory of the World Register in 2001. 

The Mediator between Head and Hands must be the Heart!

METROPOLIS:

(9/10)

The 1927 Metropolis is undoubtedly one of the world’s greatest treasures in cinematic history.

Classic and provocative, Metropolis is a grand visual wonder - addressing the power of social inequality and human compassion through epic cinematography that was well ahead of its time. The film made it into UNESCO’s Memory of the World Register in 2001.

The Mediator between Head and Hands must be the Heart!

SPIRITED AWAY: 

(8/10)

Written and directed by one of Japan’s legendary creators, Miyazaki’s Spirited Away crossed boarders to enchant movie lovers across the globe. Let your inner child enjoy these two hours of magical beauty and imaginative wonder.

SPIRITED AWAY:

(8/10)

Written and directed by one of Japan’s legendary creators, Miyazaki’s Spirited Away crossed boarders to enchant movie lovers across the globe. Let your inner child enjoy these two hours of magical beauty and imaginative wonder.

PAPRIKA: 

(8.5/10)

Paprika illustrates that imagination is limitless and animation makes everything possible. Visually and mentally stimulating, Paprika proves to be Satoshi Kon’s worthy legacy, having influenced such films as Christopher Nolan’s Inception. 

Time for the greatest show on earth!

PAPRIKA:

(8.5/10)

Paprika illustrates that imagination is limitless and animation makes everything possible. Visually and mentally stimulating, Paprika proves to be Satoshi Kon’s worthy legacy, having influenced such films as Christopher Nolan’s Inception.

Time for the greatest show on earth!

METROPOLIS: 

(7/10)

Although the animated adaptation of Metropolis has its flaws, its visuals and emotional impact remain respectably unforgettable. Loosely based on the manga that was influenced by the 1927 movie, the 2001 Metropolis was a high potential piece, remarkably but imperfectly done. 

Every epoch dreams its successor.
- Jules Michelet

METROPOLIS:

(7/10)

Although the animated adaptation of Metropolis has its flaws, its visuals and emotional impact remain respectably unforgettable. Loosely based on the manga that was influenced by the 1927 movie, the 2001 Metropolis was a high potential piece, remarkably but imperfectly done.

Every epoch dreams its successor.
- Jules Michelet

LE ROI ET L’OISEAU (The King and the Mocking Bird): 

(9/10)

Wildly regarded as one of France’s best animated film, Le Roi et l’oiseau is a classic masterpiece. Fall in love with the wonderful fantasy setting that has moved on to inspire many. 

This little movie took 30 years to make - from 1948 to 1980.

LE ROI ET L’OISEAU (The King and the Mocking Bird):

(9/10)

Wildly regarded as one of France’s best animated film, Le Roi et l’oiseau is a classic masterpiece. Fall in love with the wonderful fantasy setting that has moved on to inspire many.

This little movie took 30 years to make - from 1948 to 1980.

WAKING LIFE: 

(8.5/10)

Wonderfully experimental, Waking Life explores different concepts of dreams, life, and various states of the mind. 

At the beginning, you may find yourself “salsa dancing with your confusion,” but the slow realization of what is going on may hit you hard as you go along.

Super perfundo on the early eve of your day.

WAKING LIFE:

(8.5/10)

Wonderfully experimental, Waking Life explores different concepts of dreams, life, and various states of the mind.

At the beginning, you may find yourself “salsa dancing with your confusion,” but the slow realization of what is going on may hit you hard as you go along.

Super perfundo on the early eve of your day.

THE BREAKFAST CLUB: 

(8/10)

It was an instant classic 80s teen movie about a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess, and a criminal who had to spend a Saturday in detention together. At a glance, they all seemed very different. But as the day went on, they discovered the eventual truth.  

We’re all pretty bizarre.
Some of us are just better at hiding it, that’s all.

THE BREAKFAST CLUB:

(8/10)

It was an instant classic 80s teen movie about a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess, and a criminal who had to spend a Saturday in detention together. At a glance, they all seemed very different. But as the day went on, they discovered the eventual truth.

We’re all pretty bizarre.
Some of us are just better at hiding it, that’s all.