It's obvious there is misogyny within the police force ( and other work places) which is what Kathryn Bigalow examines here. Disguised as an action cop film, which it also definitely is. However, Bigalow breaks down the barriers decades before artists would be doing it in Hollywood with the likes of more black filmmakers and female ones. That's why I love Bigalow so much, she's ahead of her time.
From border patrol to firefighters. This movie is straight up ridiculous though. Along with its bloated runtime it happens to be a firefighter movie and a conspiracy theory type political action film. Why would anyone need that for a film about firefighters? Thank god Kurt Russell is in it.
I have never been in a relationship. I know many people who have and have had them come up to me to talk about it and ask for my opinion on what exactly went wrong. Girls and guys have both asked me about it and they would do the traditional thing were they would walk in circles or sit at an edge of a bed and constantly say "Dude, I don't know were it went wrong" that's usually the big…
Alfred Hitchcock takes one of the most legendary set pieces for any film and turns it into an apartment complex in New York. Seriously, there is so much detail to REAR WINDOW it is extraordinary. A camera pans through a window seal, there is a man sleeping upright, we continue the pan, seeing a broken camera followed by a picture of a race car speeding towards its unlucky snap shooter than we go back to Stewart, in a wheelchair with…