Friday, June 3, 2011


I'm taking a tip from a few other websites (including Only The Cinema and The Dancing Image) and avoiding commentary on the shots I've selected. I like how they look without the words splitting up the images. It also leaves the viewer to guess, at least initially, as to which movies these scenes hail from. And I believe that, subconsciously, these varied frames, shunted together, form a unique little film unto themselves. Only at the end of the post will I reveal the titles, in order of their appearance. I think this is how I'm gonna do these Cinema Gallery posts from now on. At any rate, as always, click on the image you wanna see writ large.

1. Enter The Void (Gaspar Noe, 2009)
2. Xanadu (Robert Greenwald, 80)
3. The Tree of Life (Terrence Malick, 2011)
4. Woodstock (Michael Wadleigh, 70)
5. Slaughterhouse-Five (George Roy Hill, 72)
6. The Escape Artist (Caleb Deschanel, 82)
7. Splendor in the Grass (Elia Kazan, 62)
8. Leave Her To Heaven (John M. Stahl, 45)
9. The Celebration (Thomas Vinterberg, 98)
10. Spider (David Cronenberg, 2002)
11. Laugh Clown Laugh (Herbert Brenon, 28)
12. Half Baked (Tamra Davis, 98)
13. You Can Count On Me (Kenneth Lonergan, 2001)
14. Blindness (Fernando Meirelles, 2008)
15. The Big Snit (Richard Condie, 86)
16. The Natural (Barry Levinson, 84)
17. Match Point (Woody Allen, 2005)
18. Big Fan (Robert D. Siegel, 2009)
19. The Fly (Kurt Neumann, 58)
20. The Fury (Brian De Palma, 78)
21. Fury (Fritz Lang, 36)
22. Citizen X (Chris Gerolmo, 95)
23. Bad Company (Robert Benton, 72)
24. Glengarry Glen Ross (James Foley, 92)
25. One Two Three (Bily Wilder, 61)
26. The Stuff (Larry Cohen, 86)
27. Whistle Down The Wind (Bryan Forbes, 61)
28. When Worlds Collide (Rudolph Maté and George Pal, 51)
29. Vincent (Tim Burton, 82)
30. Ciao Manhattan (John Palmer and David Weisman, 72)

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