Monday, March 7, 2011

Cinema Gallery: 200 MORE Movie Images, Part 2 of 5

For my 300th post on filmicability, I present the second part of my newest Cinema Gallery collection. As always, click on the photo to see it writ large.

Punk rock arrives in American Pop. (Ralph Bakshi, 81) 

One unhappy army recruitment center. Drive, He Said. (Jack Nicholson, 71) 

The chilling final image from Blue Collar. (Paul Schrader, 78) 

The wrecked bus is raised to the heavens in The Sweet Hereafter. (Atom Egoyan, 97) 

A Christmas Eve upchucking for Bad Santa. (Terry Zwigoff, 2003) 

A dead platoon returns to confront their leader in Akira Kurosawa's Dreams. (Akira Kurosawa, 90) 

"Three Little Maids From School." Topsy-Turvy. (Mike Leigh, 99) 

A shot from the outrageous Super 8mm camera commercial in I'll Never Forget What's'isname. (Michael Winner, 67) 

"Smile. SMILE!" Blow-Up. (Michelangelo Antonioni, 66) 

A hobo's nest in Sullivan's Travels. (Preston Sturges, 41) 

A "victim" is taunted in Freeway. (Matthew Bright, 96) 

The very definition of utter panic in Airplane! (Jim Abrahams, David Zucker, and Jerry Zucker, 80) 

A boy teeters on a high-rise ledge in Antichrist. (Lars Von Trier, 2009) 

David gets left behind in A.I. Artificial Intelligence. (Steven Spielberg, 2001)

At the bottom of the well in Ivan's Childhood. (Andrei Tarkovsky, 62) 

The Squid and the Whale. (Noah Baumbach, 2005) 

Waiting for the boat to return in I Know Where I'm Going. (Michael Powell and Emeric Pressberger, 45)

Red Hot Riding Hood, in performance. (Tex Avery, 43) 

Rick Danko takes the lead during The Last Waltz. (Martin Scorsese, 78) 

Miss Kensington informs Mr. Stevens that his father has just passed in The Remains of the Day. (James Ivory, 93) 

A Fokker hits the dirt in The Stunt Man. (Richard Rush, 80) 

The ultimate punishment in Tales from the Crypt. (Freddie Francis, 72)

Saddam Hussein, proud of his breakdancing abilities, in South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut. (Trey Parker and Matt Stone, 99) 

Another day On The Bowery. (Lionel Rogosin, 57) 

The saucers smash into D.C.'s Capitol dome in Earth Vs. The Flying Saucers. (Fred F. Sears, 56) 

Perpetual assisted living--if you can call it that--in Coma. (Michael Crichton, 78) 

Stanley, as a fly, tries to blow the raspberry through an uncooperative proboscis in Bedazzled. (Stanley Donen, 67) 

The title character, hustling on the football field, in Gregory's Girl. (Bill Forsyth, 81) 

Veronique toys with her puppet counterpart in The Double Life of Veronique. (Krzysztof Kieslowski, 91) 

Debra Winger in an extraordinary desert portrait from The Sheltering Sky. (Bernardo Bertolucci, 90) 

Hard steel plunges into an even harder heart in The Piano Teacher. (Michael Haneke, 2001) 

Bedded down for the night. Lars and the Real Girl. (Craig Gillespie, 2007)

"Shit. I've got some sticky stuff in my hair." Sherilyn Fenn in Wild at Heart. (David Lynch, 90)

"How do I look?" The Man With Two Brains. (Carl Reiner, 83) 

The professor makes a morbid toast in The Bride of Frankenstein. (James Whale, 35) 

"Ladies and gentlemen, The President of the United States." Seven Days in May. (John Frankenheimer, 64) 

The Chief prepares for freedom in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. (Milos Forman, 75) 

The Proteus navigates the ear canal in Fantastic Voyage. (Richard Fleischer, 66) 

Rupert Pupkin conducts his show, with special guests Jerry Langford and Liza Minnelli!The King of Comedy. (Martin Scorsese, 82)

An addict's one upsmanship, from Drugstore Cowboy. (Gus Van Sant, 89)

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