The Road Trip movie seems to be a genre that never goes out of style. It is not only the epic physical distance of the journey that has us hooked, but also the emotional journey that the characters inevitably take during the course of the film. Along the way there will be laughs as well as tears which makes them amongst some of the most favourite films of the cinema going population.
When we think about year 1992, it does not seems so far away. However, just count backward and you will see that year 1992 was 20 years ago. Yeah, that is just bizarre. To remind you how much time is past after the 1992, here is the list of the top grossing films from that year. Once you check the list, i bet you will feel more than old now… Yeah, i know…
Every now and then, a film comes along that breaks all the rules in terms of the stock music used on the soundtrack. Some films have original scores, and some a collection of already existent songs, but presented in a new light. However the music is paired with the film, sometimes it can be utterly memorable. Good music can make a great film, and sometimes you remember the music more than the actual visuals as a catchy tune or powerful track can engrave itself your memory very firmly.
With winter firmly upon us and the Holiday season already here, we love nothing more than to sit in front the TV with a good Christmas movie and a roaring fire. The holidays are a time to chill out, relax and recharge your batteries before getting back to the grind in January.
But why do we feel the need to laze our days away in front of the box while scoffing luxury chocolates by the handful?
There are several genres of movie these days, and we all have our own ideas about which of them is best. While some people prefer a good horror film, or a classy whodunit, they’re not everyone’s bucket of popcorn. For me personally, I would always choose the road movie. The adventures of a character trying to get from A to B in the face of several obstacles are as entertaining as they get. On top of this I love driving my Chevrolet contract hire car so it makes sense that I enjoy the road movie!
In turn, it may be difficult to pinpoint which road movie is the best, purely because we all have different individual tastes. Here are some of my favourites, and while you may or may not agree with them, it’s still fun to read about them anyway.
People discuss a lot about their favorite movies, all time best movies and new movies. Everybody love to see their favorite movie more than one time, and almost everybody remembers some of favorite scenes from their best movies. Today’s post show some of the best movie scenes presented in animation (gif) format. Some ot them look really cool and interesting, but some of them are really creepy and scary. Once you see “The Psycho” animation, you will know what we talk about. We found the Alien gif bizarre as well. There are also some funny animations bellow like The Big Lebovski, Shining or The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou