I really want to force Martin McDonagh to watch this.
S. Craig Zahler too while I'm at it.
Orson Welles' second best film about a formerly great recluse who only wants to be loved, tries to force their taste on to an unappreciative world, and ends up trapped in a mansion having their legacy picked apart by journalists and imitators.
The first, of course, being Mwah! The French
We were just getting ready to record, when Bertolucci came up to me and said "Ryuichi, I don't like the intro. You need to change it." And I said "We're about to record! I can't rewrite the score in front of a 40-piece orchestra". Then he replied "Well Ennio Morricone always used to be able to". So I knew if Ennio could do it, so could I.
No idea what appeal this would have to someone who wasn't already a…
Part of the Tartiflette Cinema collection
also part of the Best films ever ever ever collection
I never thought I'd have to say that On the Silver Globe was the second best 1980s auteur science fiction film largely composed of in-universe found footage about themes of societal collapse and its relation to avian creatures. And yet, here we are. One of the funniest comedies of all time. One of the saddest tragedies of all time. And the film that is…