American Psycho (2000) Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000) Memento (2000) Unbreakable (2000) Spirited Away (2001) Donnie Darko (2001) Ocean's Eleven (2001) Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (2001) Signs (2002) Minority Report (2002) Oldboy (2003) The Last Samurai (2003) The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) X2 (2003) Shaun of the Dead (2004) The Incredibles (2004) Spider-Man 2 (2004) Collateral (2004) Hidden/Cache (2005) The Departed (2006) Casino Royale (2006) There Will Be Blood (2007) No Country For Old Men (2007) The Bourne Ultimatum (2007) Zodiac (2007) The Dark Knight (2008) Inglourious Basterds (2009) 500 Days of Summer (2009) Star Trek (2009) Coraline (2009) Inception (2010) Toy Story 3 (2010) Drive (2011) Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (2011) Django Unchained (2012) The Avengers (2012) Prisoners (2013) Snowpiercer (2014) Under the Skin (2014) Enemy (2014) Birdman (2014) Whiplash (2014) The Babadook (2014) Edge of Tomorrow (2014) Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) When Marnie Was There (2015) Pending 3 movies for end of 2015
- I've been writing since elementary school. Short stories, novels, movie reviews, screenplays. - This is the first time I've been officially published and it's a dream come true. - Show rough images of the layout. - Discuss the purpose of the book. - It's not a countdown from #50 - #1, the films are listed chronologically. - The book is largely a discussion about filmmaking and not about creating a "list." - I'll mention the Amazon preorder page and put a link in the description. - I'll mention that the book will be in stores like Barnes and Noble. - Also, that it will only lead to more fun books/novels in the future.
Chris Stuckmann was tremendously inspired by Roger Ebert. It was through him that he learned that an opinion on a film was a universal concept. There was no right or wrong, there was simply, your thoughts. Through his television reviews with Gene Siskel, Stuckmann discovered the idea of a debate on a film, but a respectful one. It wasn't until his twenties that Stuckmann discovered reviewing movies on YouTube. From the very beginning he fell in love with it. YouTube critics and reviews have gone from a small group of "video bloggers" to a respected way of discussing film. Some YouTube reviewers are even recognized as press, and Rotten Tomatoes has opened the door for a handful of them to be certified. As a result of all this, Chris Stuckmann has created a brand of recognizable and respected videos. 600k subscribers * 128 million views Chris Stuckmann: Film critic, filmmaker, writer: http://www.youtube.com/user/ChrisStuckmann Official Website: http://www.chrisstuckmann.com Winner of the 2014 ICG Publicists Guild Press Award (honoring outstanding entertainment journalism), Scott "Movie" Mantz is the Film Critic and Film Segment Producer for "Access Hollywood." In October 2000, Mantz joined the daily entertainment newsmagazine TV show, which is currently in its 17th season. In addition to his production and celebrity booking duties for "Access Hollywood" and its companion morning show "Access Hollywood Live," Mantz reviews movies on-camera for both shows. Mantz is also a regular contributor to NBC-TV's "The TODAY Show" and is a resident film critic on "Just Seen It," the acclaimed movie review series that airs every week on PBS. When he's not on-camera, Mantz can be found moderating Q&A's with filmmakers and celebrities at special movie screenings, particularly during the busy Awards Season between September and February.
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