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Every Wednesday we look at a picture together and choose our own "best shot" individually. It's a great way to see a motion picture through multiple sets of eyes. Join us...  Add eyeballs to our crazy blogging monster that just looked at cloned monsters, rotten to the core dames, and stars reborn. 

Summertime, Ripley, Fantasia, Hud


5/8 Summertime (1955) David Lean shoots Katharine Hepburn in Venice

5/15 The Talented Mr Ripley (1999) Tom would really like Dickie's life, thank you very much

5/22 Fantasia (1941) a strictly conducted 'best shot' special. You have three options:

1) Beginners (or Short on Time?): In honor of the May Centennial of "The Rite of Spring", choose your Best Shot from that section of Disney's experimental early feature.

2) Apprentice: Choose from 'Rite of Spring' And the movie as a whole. Two shots.

3) Sorcerer:  Your post will contain six screenshots, your choice for "best" from each of the movies major classical movements: The Nutcracker Suite, »


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