Lover of classic films and Myrna Loy.
I don’t rate films, I just give 5 stars to a few favorite watches.
I get very overwhelmed when I have to write something about a favorite film. Words won’t come out, fingers won’t write, mind won’t think.
This was once described to me as a dark poem of killers on the run and I couldn’t think of a better sentence to capture Badlands.
That said, I’m about to break down my two favorite scenes. The ones I think that are pivotal moments for this road trip fairytale. The two dance scenes.
I'm tired of playing second fiddle to the ghost of Beethoven.
Humoresque has such a special atmosphere, from beginning to end, and part of it is thanks to the music. I could go on and on talking about the fundamental role music plays here but instead I’d talk about my favorite scene — Just after Crawford’s character obtains the greenlight for her divorce, she goes to see Garfield’s character rehearsal a music sheet from Bizet’s Carmen suite; Les Toréadors and…