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[There is no particular order; added & ranked them randomly]
This is a simplest way to give a little tribute to all those amazing women for their undeniable daring efforts to making a scene in the movie or an entire film so special for us. I'm not an expert on their field of works but just a fan who is trying to show some respect. As far I noticed, there is only 1 or 2 similar list is available on IMDB & very few on the web. So the 'nerds & experts' who thinks this list is ridiculous or funny, I'm suggesting & requesting you to go, spend your time & make a better one than this as long as you care so much. Please keep the recommendations coming. I've already changed the listing several times based on the recs as I'm trying to add all the deserving ones chosen by the fans or 'experts'. Btw, regretfully I'm excluding those who still haven't add any picture to their IMDB profile; No pic...No entry!
Keep up the good work, ladies! We love you all. Thank You:)
1) Houses, Apartments & Cabins 2) Hotels & Motels 3) Camps, Parks & Wilderness 4) Towns & Islands 5) Hospital/Asylum & other facilities
(As there's limited amount of images available in IMDB archive, therefore couldn't able to show all the appropriate/related images for all the settings in the list)
Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
A fairly decent sequel.
For any comic book/super hero movie lover it's somewhat like another DARK KNIGHT RISES(!)...there were rush & too many things going around but you're still going to love it as it packed with your favorite characters, plenty of awesome, eye catching action sequences and good dose of humor. Considering superbly well balanced storyline & characters of its predecessor "THE AVENGERS (2012)" which is one of the best superhero films ever made, AGE OF ULTRON is a fairly decent sequel, IMO. I think the super siblings, Ultron and even to some extent the "surprise" addition to the team 'The Vision' needed some more time to develop finely or may be it'd be better if they gradually introduced & developed this characters through some earlier other Marvel films like Loki for The Avengers (2012)...the audience already more or less knew about him through THOR (2011) and easily get cope with his motivations & schemes. And not only Loki, there weren't actually any new or fresh characters in 2012 Avengers Assembles who needed some time & space in character development area but this time there were one too many of them. Moreover, the plot was way simpler & more entertaining in first outing of the Avengers. Anyway, overall it won't be fair to say I'm disappointed with AOU but yeah...definitely could have been better.
Bad trailer, Good movie!
The sub-genre of 'Demonic Possession' has become most frequent in recent horror movie releases & most of them turns out average or below average time-wasters. So I was quite skeptical about it, mostly after watching the trailer. The weird thing about this movie is it isn't a found footage flick but the entire film shot on POV format...from the first-person perspective, mostly of a possessed person. Now, as a POV flick with such a common subject matter, surprisingly it still turned out intelligently well made & very decent overall. The reason it works mostly for keeping all things together pretty simple with good cast & characterization and its decent flow or execution of the story.
Instead of that bad trailer that not only gave too much away but also kind of provide a wrong impression about the movie, the trailer for it required to be short & cleverly done, IMO.
An interesting REQUEL!!
The original TTTDS was one of the earliest slasher films in the genre that even came before (in 1976) popular franchises like Halloween & Friday the 13th and I've always been a fan of that flick for its humor, suspense & docu-drama like narration style & last but not the least the haunting ending. So when I first heard about there will be a new TTTDS, I thought it'd be another pointless, some cash-in effort but last night after watching this new take on T3DS, I'd like to admit...I was pleasantly surprised!!
Directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon (the most frequent director of American Horror Story), this new film is a strange version to categorize as a remake, reboot or a sequel; actually it's neither a straightforward remake or sequel...I'm not sure but I think REQUEL (a sequel-ish remake!) can be a more appropriate term for it. After more than half a century of the actual events of The Moonlight Murders that resulted the very making of 1976 original film, this new story is set on present day at the same town, Texarkana that once again begins to plagued by "The Phantom" murders. Interestingly, the 1976 original film is also very much alive in this movie as a film that we know in our 'reality', as in the film the town now maintains a tradition in every Halloween to show a drive in screening of the original film. So, as the film progress we see a fine blend between this version & the original film where some scenes from the original brought back through a kind of flashback style while also creating some copycat murder sequence in this new one. I liked this approach of providing homage to the original; bring it to an entirely new generation. This new & refreshing kind of take & treatment to this already known & filmed story is the most appreciating part of this version. And overall the film is beautifully shot, liked the camera works, the character development was fine for a slasher flick, but still as a slasher it's not above the clichés as well as it comes with a routine ending & weak motive for the killer which I couldn't find much point to it. And lastly there's another strange part of it and that's the Town itself! It looks like the town hasn't really age after all this years!! May be for the homage issue but though the film is set on late 2013, it still got the 70s vibe almost all over it.
Anyway, there's not much masked killer-slasher flick comes out this days with good or decent budget & film making like this one and still despite some clichés & the ending, as a slasher flick it's pretty good one, IMO.
For His Glimpse Only...
THOROUGHLY ENJOYED IT!!! The story centered more around on the MUTO monsters than the big G and though it deliberately tried to follow JAWS steps regarding building up the anticipation & but as a whole couldn't able to become as masterclass of modern celluloid art like the way JAWS (1975) succeeded & become such classic. They were excessively too conscious about showing off the King. And needless to say, the weak character development with a wrong choice of/on lead. It was frustrating to see Bryan Cranston's character's such early departure from the story, he should have take the lead on confronting the monsters or they should have give that lead to a more mature young actor. A.T-Johnson as Ford Brody looked totally blunt throughout the film. CGI was top notch but it was kinda failed to provide any sort of "3D feel" at most of the part. BUT...after of this drawbacks, still I can't say I didn't enjoy Gareth Edwards' GODZILLA. Probably my love for this monster & huge anticipation about this movie were the reasons but I must admit it did satisfied me on many level. Though at times looked kinda mechanical but MUTOs are now amazing new additions to the franchise, looking forward to see them more in coming sequels along side with other legendary friends & foes of Godzilla. And about Godzilla...all I can say is...HAIL TO THE KING! Loved & cherished each & every moment he appeared on the screen & even in the 'TV' news broadcasting sequence! Though the director's JAWS-theory of showing less & building the anticipation for the final pay-off at the end weren't up to the mark but still it kinda worked 'finely' overall & glad he at least put an effort for it which is appreciating from a new filmmaker these days. I'll definitely won't mind to spend excessively higher ticket price for Godzilla again & even to see more of his actions (with freaking astonishing atomic Breath!) in whatever the sequels they're going to make in the future. Perhaps as I was so desperately waiting for a Godzilla movie & my excitement to see him once again after all these years was so on top of my expectation level that I'm now happily ready to forgive & overlook all those negative aspects of this movie. So at the end, it was indeed a visually stunning & satisfying experience for me as a Godzilla fan.
Visually magnificent thriller without a 'doubt' but not our favorite Chan-wook Park film.
It's surely an awesome watch for Chan-wook Park's excellent cinematography with such great use of light, shadows & colors that made this thriller brilliantly atmospheric & engaging which would make Sir Alfred Hitchcock proud 'without a doubt'....but that's the thing I like to note here as a drawback for a film made by the director of such outstanding films like OlLODBOY & SYMPATHY FOR MR. VENGEANCE. Though, as a new screenwriter, the Prison-Break actor Wentworth Miller done a very promising job & I'd love to hear that he gets busy with more scripts in coming days but as a story I found the STOKER is nothing but a modern & slightly twisted update of Hitchcock's SHADOW OF A DOUBT which stylishly made by Mr. Park and that's the little disappointment for me; as a fan of his earlier films, I expect more twisted & thought-provoking challenging stories in Park's film that would made our viewing experience something very special or unforgettable like the way he did in his Vengeance trilogy. But again, STOKER is obviously a quite satisfying experience for thriller lovers where the little cast convincingly shines through their roles, particularly Matthew Goode once again proves his talent (after the WATCHMEN) that he can be a significant choice for the filmmakers next time to play any psychologically twisted or intelligent bad guy role. Overall, STOKER is marvelous in visuals & character developments but plot wise it's just an old wine in a new bottle, which isn't a little bit of a bad thing at all unless it's made by a highly talented director like Chan-wook Park.
Superman vs. The Elite (2012)
Yup...they got it right this time! This is the Man of Steel that we've been looking for in a film for a long time.
Written by Joe Kelly & based on his story published as "What's So Funny About Truth, Justice and the American Way?", IMO...this is the BEST of the original DC animated Superman-movies that they made so far. The story is very nicely crafted with a good script that shows what can be done with Superman to keep him relevant in today's world. It finely explores the most human & moral issues of our favorite Man of Steel & put him into a fascinating challenge against a pretty interesting & kinda unusual super villain & his gang. Though I haven't read the comics but the earlier All Star Superman movie pretty much disappointed me after hearing lots of great stuffs about the original comic but here I think they succeed mostly in terms of portraying Superman the way he's supposed to be. There's no General Zod or Lex Luthor nor it was about a particular rivalry or an origin story but still it beautifully delivered what any good super-fan wants to see in a movie. Though I'm not a fan of Japanese Anime sort of artwork for any American superhero animated-movie treatment but it didn't bother me much this time, cause the voice actors did a great job & mainly the story & script was surprisingly too good for a DC animated film.
I absolutely loved it. Highly recommended.
KK (Korean Kitten)-Horror !
Cats are sinister creatures in horror tales. And director Byun did a good job in exploiting this matter in this film. The cat related shocks are combined with more traditional Asian ghost film motifs, with a bob-haired child ghost providing most of the scares and sudden jump frights. There are also a few gruesome moments and effective jolts scattered throughout. A couple of neatly staged mass feline attack sequences and the ghost getting the chance to use some nasty looking face shredding claws. All of this works pretty well. Overall, this is a beautiful K-Horror. Expect nothing new or exceptional. The story was pretty simple & decently plotted with a typical Asian flavor. Loved it.
3 Idiots (2009)
The story deserved a better climax at the end.
Definitely it's blast for the fans of Aamir Khan. Great story starts with perfect cast & acting. Then just move forward with a great pace & fantastic humor that everyone expects from any Rajkumar Hirani film. Moreover, the main content & message proves that surely it was another a very much needed film for the respected audience. And as usually Mr. RH delivered the package very well. But my only little disappointments goes with the final climax. The sequences of final climax are very much important to closing the main statement in a way that stays in the mind of the audience for an adequate amount of time. And that can then help to form a judgmental & thought provoking ideas. For example, MUNNA BHAI MBBS. The whole vacuum baby delivery idea may be new for the viewers with a little demonstration of usefulness of WEB CAM tech. Though I haven't get the chance to read the original novel but personally I think this climax sequence didn't quite fit in a proper way with the content of the story like the climax of MUNNA BHAI films were superbly coped with those stories. I think 3 Idiots deserved a better climax at the end rather than found them busy to have a successful delivery with the help of a vacuum machine. At least I didn't expect that coming. Other than that it was perfectly entertaining.