Knife In The Water [1962]

Roman Polanski’s first ever  movie as a director. I woulnd’t call it a masterpiece, but it’s a tense movie,  well directed and certainly worth mentioning. Polanski improved over the years, but any fan of his work should definitely check this one out. Fun fact: ” After the movie became known […]

Charade [1963]

“Marriage license? Did you say marriage license? Oh I love you Adam, Alex, Peter, Brian, whatever your name is. I hope we have a lot of boys and we can name them all after you”. Hitchcock style mystery finds Audrey Hepburn pursued by several men who want a […]

Planet of the Apes [1968]

 “Beware the beast Man, for he is the Devil’s pawn. Alone among God’s primates, he kills for sport or lust or greed. Yea, he will murder his brother to possess his brother’s land. Let him not breed in great numbers, for he will make a desert of his […]

Safety Last [1923]

Hailed as the 3rd genius of the silent era (along with Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton), Harold Lloyd may not be as popular, but he’s certainly the funniest in my opinion. The gags in “Safety Last” are sensational but my favorite will always remain the famous building climb at the […]

Dances With Wolves [1990]

“They were a people so eager to laugh, so devoted to family, so dedicated to each other. The only word that comes to mind is harmony”. While watching this movie, I had a feeling of deja vu. I felt like I’ve seen this story before. Then it hit […]

Dracula [1931]

“The strength of the vampire is that people will not believe in him”. This version of Dracula might look a bit dated now due to a lack of musical score, but it’s a movie that inspired generations of filmmakers and that’s why it shouldn’t be dismissed. The story is […]