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My Top 14 Movies of 2014 No. 11: THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL Starring: Ralph Fiennes, F. Murray Abraham, Mathieu Amalric, Adrien Brody, Willem Dafoe, Jeff Goldblum, Harvey Keitel, Jude Law, Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Saoirse Ronan, Jason Schwartzman, Léa Seydoux, Tilda Swinton, Tom Wilkinson, Owen Wilson, and Tony Revolori M. GUSTAVE: "What is a lobby boy? A lobby boy is completely invisible, yet always in sight. A lobby boy remembers what people hate. A lobby boy anticipates the client's needs before the needs are needed. A lobby boy is, above all, discreet to a fault. Our guests know that their deepest secrets, some of which are frankly rather unseemly, will go with us to our graves. So keep your mouth shut, Zero." #thegrandbudapesthotel #ralphfiennes #adrienbrody #willemdafoe #harveykeitel #judelaw #billmurray #edwardnorton #saoirseronan #léaseydoux #tildaswinton #owenwilson #tonyrevolori #filmbuff #yearender #movies #films #wesanderson #top11of2014 #quotes #qotd #adventure
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Shoutout to @bluray_kid for Wish I Was Here super nice of him thank you again 😊 #Movie #Movies #MovieBuff #MovieAddict #Film #FilmBuff #wishIWasHere #ZachBraff
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the_perksofbeing_nenits : I saw it yesterday i was like wow..a very good movie for sure the power of family 👍 its my kind of movie
dirtydiana5 : For sure!!!! It's crazy how they were both going to commit suicide in the beginning 😱 you should also watch this is where I leave you I think you would really like it. I saw it last night and I loved it!
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the_perksofbeing_nenits : I know i was like wow crazy beginning i knew i was gona like it..i been asking about that movie cause i seen it at the store but it would be a blind buy n idk ill watch the trailer right now
dirtydiana5 : True if not rent it cuz it's really good it's has a great cast that's what attracted me to it as well. I traded for the code so that's why I was willing to watch it blindly lol but honestly I'll watch anything with Tina Fey cuz she's my favorite comedian lol @the_perksofbeing_nenits
the_perksofbeing_nenits : Oh i see..i love her too she is pretty funny..is it a comedy or does it go more as a drama? Next tuesday i think im only buying one movie so maybe ill get that one too
dirtydiana5 : It's more of a drama. Yeah if you do see it tell me what you think😄 @the_perksofbeing_nenits
the_perksofbeing_nenits : Sure thing 😊
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Major Movie Review: Tammy (2014) (SPOILER FREE) (F Does anyone else agree that Melissa McCarthy has turned into some kind of female version of Kevin Smith? It's really wierd. Tammy, is a film brought to us by Melissa McCarthy and her husband, Ben Falcone about Tammy (Melissa McCarthy), who just had a super crap day. In the movie, Tammy's, husband was caught swooning another woman, things at her work aren't working for her and she gets stuck on a road trip with her grandmother (Susan Sarandon). That road trip is what makes up our movie. What about you guys? Have you seen Tammy and what did you think? Was it a hit or a bomb for you? What has been the best work you've seen from Melissa McCarthy? Drop a comment and LET'S TALK MOVIES! #Tammy #movies #film #cinema #cinephile #movienerd #filmnerd #moviebuff #filmbuff #moviereview #filmreview #MelissaMcCarthy #SusanSarandon #drama #comedy
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majorcinephile11 : Now I can tell you, right off the bat, that just by going off the first trailer alone, I knew I wasn't gonna really enjoy watching this movie. What makes it even more unfortanate for me is that I actually think Melissa McCarthy is very funny, I liked her in Bridesmaids and The Heat but at the same time this whole gimmick of her playing a clumsy, hefty, loser over and over again has really make it seem she's almost completely typecasted. Don't fall for the horrible Blu-ray cover art or the extremely cheesy trailers, because this was not a funny movie at all. If I didn't know any better I would think this would be some small Netflix drama more than some Adam Sandler style summer comedy like this movie was heavily promoted to be.
majorcinephile11 : Melissa McCarthy as Tammy just does not hit on any level that she's trying to reach with the exception of her chemistry with Susan Sarandon in a couple scenes. The way McCarthy plays Tammy just doesn't fit in the story she wrote. They have these lazy fat jokes that are really the only comedic elements in this apparant comedy because about halfway through this already slow moving, light road trip drama turns into this uncomfortable and unfunny mess. The part you've seen a hundred times of her dancing to Coolio's "Gangsta's Paradise" was not even grin worthy and just came out of nowhere. Even when she was on the jet ski was unnecessary.
majorcinephile11 : I will give it up to Susan Sarandon, who actually wasn't a negative to my surprise. She's a drunk old geezer who has some of the best lines in the whole movie. Also, who was the hair dresser on this film because the leads in this movie has some ugly looking crap on top of their heads. The whole supporting cast of this movie, which include talents like Kathy Bates, Dan Aykroyd, Allison Janney McCarthy are criminally underused! They each have a few good lines, Kathy Bates especially, but their characters are so underdeveloped that they just came off as wierd celebrity cameos.
majorcinephile11 : When I saw the trailers earlier this year for Tammy, I expected a goofy, kind of over-the-top, comedy similar to what Jim Carrey gave us in the 90s, instead I did not laugh at all. This is a very confused movie that does have a terrific cast only they didn't have anything to work with that made this supposed comedy a hit for me. Melissa McCarthy is someone I'm sure can cook up a comedy gem that can also have a balanced amount of drama and heart, she just started off really cold. If you want a good movie that is good with McCarthy, I recomment St. Vincent where she co-stars with Bill Murray. I thought she was really good in that one. Tammy, gets 🌟⭐ out of 5 or 3/10!
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thecinephilicmuse : This was such a waste of my life. Argh!
cjhadit : Tbh I didn't like it .
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Classics. 1931 slide film projector. #latergram #filmbuff
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Learning about the 1931 slide film projector at the Palace Theatre. #filmbuff #antiques #latergram
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@lucaswinski helping run the 35mm classic film series at the Palace Theatre! #filmbuff #classicmovies #itsawonderfullife
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Excited to go see the third Hobbit movie! Time to start watching the first two in order to get ready! 😎 Currently watching: The Hobbit - An Unexpected Journey (Extended Edition). #thehobbit #hobbit #unexpectedjourney #middleearth #peterjackson #bilbobaggins #bilbo #bluray #blurays #movie #movies #film #films #movielover #moviecollection #collection #collector #filmcollector #filmbuff #moviebuff #currentlywatching #nowwatching #followme #follow
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shadowlord89 : Saw it today. Fucking loved it.
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Movie Night: Contact (1997). Directed by Robert Zemeckis, and starring Jodie Foster, Matthew McConaughey, John Hurt, James Woods and Angela Bassett. Been a long time since I've seen this, hopefully it's as good as I remember.
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Read Or Die is an 11 volume light novel written by (Hideyuki Kurata) & Illustrated by (Taraku Uon) that came out in 2000◆It follows bookworm (Yomiko Readman) who's codename is (The Paper) an agent for the Special Operations Division of the British Library who must stop a plot for world destruction◆ Yomiko has a powerful psionic power over paper. Her powers can even make paper bulletproof◆ There are currently 11 Read or Die novels. In volume 11, a note stated that the series would end with the upcoming volume 12. In 2007, the official website posted an apology for the delay in volume 12's publication, stating that the author is trying his best to finish the story. As of November, 2013, the status of volume 12 is still unknown◆ Along with the novels, author (Hideyuki Kurata) scripted the official (R.O.D manga) illustrated by Shutaro Yamada◆ The popularity of the (Read or Die) novels and manga resulted in the production of this animated feature in 2001. It was directed by (Koji Masunari)◆ In 2003 (Aniplex) produced a 26-episode (R.O.D animated television series) which served as a sequel to the 2001 film◆ Read or Die takes place in an alternate history world where the British Empire has remained a major superpower◆
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Daniel Day-Lewis wanted the role of (Vincent Vega) but Quentin Tarantino turned him down in favor of John Travolta. This was one of the rare few instances where Day-Lewis was trying to get a role instead of being hunted down and begged to accept it◆ The role of Vincent Vega was originally (and exclusively) written with Michael Madsen firmly in mind. Tarantino had been working on the script for 7 months and, even though Madsen knew of Quentin's plans and had expressed his desire to play the part, two weeks before the script was completed Madsen decided instead to star as (Virgil Earp) in the film Wyatt Earp. Ironically Vincent Vega in Pulp Fiction is the brother of (Mr. Blonde aka Vic Vega) played by (Michael Madsen) in Reservoir Dogs◆ Alfre Woodard, Halle Berry and Annabella Sciorra auditioned for the role of (Mia Wallace)◆Julia Louis-Dreyfus turned down the role of Mia due to her commitment to Seinfeld at the time◆Uma Thurman originally turned down the role of Mia.  Tarantino ended up reading her the script over the phone, finally convincing her to take on the role◆ Sam Jackson auditioned for the part of the guy who trains (Mr. Orange) in Reservoir Dogs, but it went to Randy Brooks. Tarantino enjoyed Jackson's audition so much that he wrote the part of (Jules) specifically for him. The role was almost given to (Paul Calderon) after a great audition. When Jackson heard this, he flew to Los Angeles and auditioned again to secure the role. Calderon ended up with a small role as (English Bob)◆The Ezekiel bible quote was taken from any early draft of (From Dusk Till Dawn) Harvey Keitel's character was supposed to say it; while walking backwards down the hallway facing the vampires◆ Tarantino got the Bible quote from the 1976 (The Bodyguard). He never read it in the Bible, and it is taken almost word for word from that film◆
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filmtrivia : Phil LaMarr's character (Marvin) being shot in the face was his own idea that he pitched to Quentin◆ Bruce Willis was disappointed at not being signed to play (Vincent). His friend Harvey Keitel convinced him to take the part off Butch◆ The restaurant scene was filmed at the Hawthorne Grill (originally Holly's) located on Hawthorne Blvd., Hawthorne, CA. The building was demolished soon after filming◆ The orange light bulb projecting shimmering light onto the actors' faces when they open the breifcase was a decision that was added last minute◆Tarantino wrote two of the three stories of Pulp Fiction before he wrote (Reservoir Dogs) and (True Romance). After the success of those films, he decided to write a third story◆ Whenever (Vincent Vega) goes to the toilet something bad happens◆ Rosanna Arquette auditioned for Mia, but was offered the role of Jody instead◆ Mickey Rourke, Matt Dillon and Sylvester Stallone were all considered for the role of Butch◆ Michelle Pfeiffer, Daryl Hannah, Meg Ryan, Joan Cusack and Isabella Rossellini were all being considered for the role of Mia at one point◆ In 2007, the American Film Institute ranked this as the 94th Greatest Movie of All Time◆The movie cost $8 million to make, $5 million of which went to pay the actors' salaries◆Vincent leaves the diner with the book he reads while on the toilet, and it is visible when he gets shot in Butch's house◆ In a cut scene Vincent tells Mia he's been fantasizing about being beaten up by Emma Peel of The Avengers. Uma Thurman later played Emma Peel in the 1998 film The Avengers◆ The shot of Vincent plunging the syringe into Mia's chest was filmed by having John Travolta pull the needle out, then running the film backwards◆ Vincent Vega's 1964 Chevelle Malibu convertible belongs to Quentin Tarantino and was stolen during the production of the film. In 2013, a police officer saw two kids stripping an older car. He arrested them and when researching the vehicle found the VIN number had been altered. It turns out that it was the car stolen from Tarantino. The owner who had recently purchased it and had no idea it was stolen◆
filmtrivia : Tarantino hesitated over the choice of playing Jimmie or Lance. He ended up choosing Jimmie because he wanted to be behind the camera in Mia's overdose scene◆Uma Thurman didn't like the song that was played in the Twist Contest and told Tarantino (it just didn't sound right) Tarantino said (Trust me, it's perfect)◆The band-aid is on the back of Marsellus Wallace's neck because Ving Rhames had a scar he wanted to cover up◆John Travolta said the most challenging thing for him was showing the essence of his character as a heroin addict since he never used the drug himself. Tarantino had Travolta research heroin addiction by speaking to a recovering heroin addict that he (Quentin) knew personally. Travolta asked Tarantino's friend to tell him how could he know what it felt like to be on heroin (without actually using it of course). Tarantino's friend explained "If you want to get the 'bottom envelope' feeling of that, get plastered on Tequila, and lie down in a hot pool. Then you will have barely touched the feeling of what it might be like to be on heroin." Travolta told his wife so she joined him at the hotel hot tub which had shots of Tequila lined from end to end on the railings to assist him in his "research"◆ The cab driver, Esmeralda Villalobos (Angela Jones) appeared in a 1991 thirty minute short called (Curdled) in which she played a character who cleaned up after murders. This makes her fascinated by the idea of murder. Quentin Tarantino saw this film and decided to include this character in 'Pulp Fiction' but as a cabdriver◆Butch was responsible for keying Vincent's car◆The man who burst from the bathroom in Brett's apartment was played by Robert Arquette (whose sister, Rosanna Arquette, played Jody). However he is listed in the credits as Alexis Arquette, the name he later adopted following a sex change◆
filmtrivia : The dance that John Travolta and Uma Thurman perform at Jack Rabbit Slims was copied, movement by movement, from the dance performed by Barbara Steele and Mario Pisu in the 1963 film (8½) Directed by Federico Fellini◆ Jules's character was originally written to have a gigantic afro, but a crewmember obtained a variety of afro wigs and one jheri curl wig. Tarantino had never thought about a jheri curl wig, but Sam Jackson tried it on, Tarantino liked it, and it was kept◆ Tarantino wrote "The Wolf" character specifically for Harvey Keitel◆Marsellus and Mia never actually speak to one another on-screen, even though they are husband and wife◆ Some of the scenes of (Jimmie Dimmick) were directed by Robert Rodriguez◆ Mia and Vincent never won the trophy at the Jack Rabbit Slim's, they actually stole it. When Butch is sneaking back to his apartment for his watch you can hear a story on his neighbours TV talking about it◆ The parts of "Honey Bunny" and "Pumpkin" were written specifically for Amanda Plummer and Tim Roth◆ Pam Grier auditioned for the role of Lance's wife Jody. Though she had a great audition, Tarantino decided not to cast her because he could not imagine Grier getting pushed around the way the character does◆ The characters Zed and Maynard are brothers◆Julia Sweeney (Raquel) and Stephen Hibbert (the Gimp) were married in real life at the time◆James Gandolfini was considered for the role of Vincent Vega◆Tri Star executives wanted Gary Oldman to play Lance◆ When Vincent first walks into Mia's house, one of the back doors is slightly open so the camera wouldn't be seen in the reflection◆ In the opening sequence with Honey Bunny and Pumpkin, Jules can be heard talking about quitting "the life", and Vincent can be seen entering the bathroom◆
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artsyamber1 : There is so much beauty in the process & background of creating a film. I find the process the most interesting!
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The film is based on a novel written by (Donn Pearce) that was published in 1965. The film was released 2 years later. Donn Pearce makes a cameo as a convict named Sailor. In real life (Donn Pearce) was merchant seaman who later became a counterfeiter and safecracker. He wrote the novel about his experiences working on a chain gang while serving in a Florida prison. He sold the story to Warner Brothers and was hired to write the screenplay◆ Since Pearce had no experience writing screenplays, his draft was reworked by screenwriter (Frank Pierson)◆Jack Lemmon was originally selected to play the part of Luke, but after Lemmon read the script, he saw that Paul Newman would be a better fit. So Lemmon decided to produce it instead◆ In order to develop his character, Paul Newman traveled to West Virginia, where he recorded local accents and surveyed people's behaviour◆ Luke's prison number (37) is a reference to the Bible - Luke 1:37 for with God nothing shall be impossible◆ Luke is seen as sort of a savior by the other convicts, as he gives them hope. After the egg-eating contest, he is laid out on the table in a posture resembling the Crucifixion◆ After learning about the death of his mother, Luke sings "Plastic Jesus"◆ Towards the end of the film, Luke speaks to God, evoking the conversation between God and Jesus at the Garden of Gethsemane, depicted in the Gospel of Luke◆ Just before Luke is brought back from one of his escape attempts, Dragline lets one of the inmates (Koko) look at the picture of Luke that he hides in the magazine. As Koko opens the magazine, clearly visible on the opposite page is an article titled "The Illusion That Kills" with an image of a hunter firing a rifle, which is pointed directly at Luke's chest. This is a reference to Boss Godfrey "The Man With No Eyes"◆ Following Luke's talk, the film depicts Dragline as a Judas, who delivers Luke to the authorities, trying to convince him to surrender◆ In the final scene, Dragline eulogizes Luke. He explains that despite Luke's death, his actions succeeded in defeating the system◆
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tonycurran : George Kennedy "Ah you got nothing" Newman "Well sometimes nothing can be a real cool hand" #legend
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Dominic West (General Titus Flavius Virilus) & Michael Fassbender (Quintus Dias) appeared together in the film 300. Unlike 300 they are on the same side this time◆Norwegian army snowmobiles had to be modified to allow the cast and crew to access some of the more remote, snow-covered locations in the Scottish Highlands. The actors were knee deep in snow. On the first day of shooting, they had to get everyone 3,000 feet up the mountain, it was 5 below, and there was a blizzard. When you see the actors shivering on screen it's definitely real◆ Some cast members suffered health problems. Noel Clarke (Macros) recovered from frostbite. JJ Feild (Thax) quit smoking because of hypothermia◆ ◆Some of the stuntman on this film also worked on Gladiator and said that the fight scenes in this film were more brutal◆ The Roman centurions' armor was made out of fiberglass◆ The dead dear intestines the centurions were eating was actually cheese and spinach◆The archer who shoots Bothos (David Morrissey) as he's riding toward Hadrian's Wall towards the end is director Neil Marshall, playing the character Osvaldus◆The working title for the film was "Ninth Legion". The story goes that the Ninth Legion marched to Scotland from York with 3000 men and were never seen of again. The Ninth Legion was the top Legion at the time. They were called upon to do what others couldn't. Historians dispute what actually happened to them. Some believe that they were disbanded, while others believe that they were massacred. Director (Neil Marshall) wanted to explore a "what if" scenario and within that scenario what would happen if one survivor made it back to the Roman lines and how his own people would treat him◆German archaeologists have found evidence of the 9th Legion on the banks of the Rhine River and carbon-dated them long after these events took place, suggesting that rather than being wiped out, the reason that there is no evidence of the 9th Legion being in Scotland after these battles is that they moved to Germany◆Historical re-enactment groups were enlisted to play Picts and Roman soldiers◆
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filmtrivia : It was so cold at some locations that even with a winter jacket and gloves on in between scenes- Olga Kurylenko (who portrays Etain) could barely feel her fingers. For the scene where (Etain) is scouting in the mountains she often stands on the edge of whatever cliff she is near. Olga was shot for the close ups a few feet away from the edge. For the wide shots where she's literally at the tip of the cliff her stunt double was placed in a harness incase the wind blew her off. When (Etain) is graphically hacking the centurion's neck in the river- It was actually a dummy. A stunt mans facial expressions were superimposed in post-production. Olga was professionally trained to fight with a spear a knife and an axe. She never rode a horse before her life and didn't even know how to properly sit on on so she had to quickly learn sense her character is on a horse half the time she's on screen◆ In the original script, it was revealed that Etain (Olga Kurylenko) was the half-sister of Arianne (Imogen Poots) and it was her who had scarred Arianne's face. After the battle at the fort, Etain escaped, and when Quintus returned to find Arianne at the end of the film there was a brutal fight between the three of them in which Arianne eventually killed Etain. This story thread and ending was removed by the producers prior to filming◆Only three walls were built for the Roman fort because the way the film was going to be shot the fourth wall would never be seen- so they didn't bother building it since it would be a waste of money◆The Picts in the film are speaking Scots Gaelic. No written record of the Pictish language exists from 117 AD, but historians believe the modern language most similar to theirs is Welsh. However, director (Neil Marshall) thought viewers would be confused by a tribe in Scotland speaking Welsh◆
filmtrivia : The Picts were generally thought to not have worn any clothes. Since the film was being shot in the wilds of Scotland in the depths of winter, it was decided that they should wear something◆ The filmmakers wanted a "dirtier" looking version of Gladiator because they wanted the audience to feel what the characters were feeling◆World karate champion turned stunt performer and actor (Buster Reeves) doubled for (Dominic West) in the fight with (Etain) Olga Kurylenko. Buster doubled for Christian Bale in Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. He also doubled for Tom Hardy in The Dark Knight Rises◆When it came time for the actors to swim through a freezing cold river, (Liam Cunningham) joked that he was going to contact the International Court of Human Rights to see if it were legal to have actors do this. Liam is currently portraying (Davos Seaworth) in Game of Thrones)◆Neil Marshall and his director of photography (Sam McCurdy) spent about two years discussing the look of the film before making it. One thing they were adamant about was that it should be shot on location and nowhere near a green screen◆One of Neil Marshall's influences was Walter Hill's 1979 film (The Warriors). Which is arguably one of the most popular run, chase, survival while being behind enemy lines films. This is why Walter Hill is thanked in the end credits◆ Dave Legeno (who portrays Vortix) was a real life mixed martial artist. He said it was a good thing Michael Fassbender took their choreographed fight seriously because although his axe was fake, he was really trying to hit him during the scene at the fort in the beginning if the film. Fassbender dodged each swing. Dave played (Fenrir Greyback) In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 & 2. Sadly his body was found by a pair of hikers on July 6, 2014, in Death Valley, California. Due to the remote area, a helicopter was called in to retrieve his remains. Legeno died of heat-related issues and may have been dead for three to four days before his body was discovered. No foul play is suspected
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كذلك ( مال الله ) يجب صرفه في المصالح العامة ، وحفظ ثغور المسلمين ، والدفاع عن جميع قضاياهم في مشارق الأرض ومغاربها فوق كل شيء ، والقيام بالدعوة إلى الله ، والاستعداد بكل قوة لقمع المفتري عليه أو المعتدي على بعض المسلمين ، وسد حاجة ذوي الحاجات المذكورين في سورة الحشر في قوله تعالى : ( مَا أَفَاءَ اللَّهُ عَلَى رَسُولِهِ مِنْ أَهْلِ الْقُرَى فَلِلَّهِ وَلِلرَّسُولِ وَلِذِي الْقُرْبَى وَالْيَتَامَى وَالْمَسَاكِينِ وَابْنِ السَّبِيلِ كَيْ لا يَكُونَ دُولَةً بَيْنَ الأَغْنِيَاءِ مِنْكُمْ وَمَا آتَاكُمْ الرَّسُولُ فَخُذُوهُ وَمَا نَهَاكُمْ عَنْهُ فَانْتَهُوا وَاتَّقُوا اللَّهَ إِنَّ اللَّهَ شَدِيدُ الْعِقَابِ * لِلْفُقَرَاءِ الْمُهَاجِرِينَ الَّذِينَ أُخْرِجُوا مِنْ دِيارِهِمْ وَأَمْوَالِهِمْ يَبْتَغُونَ فَضْلا مِنْ اللَّهِ وَرِضْوَانًا وَيَنْصُرُونَ اللَّهَ وَرَسُولَهُ أُوْلَئِكَ هُمْ الصَّادِقُونَ * وَالَّذِينَ تَبَوَّءُوا الدَّارَ وَالإِيمَانَ مِنْ قَبْلِهِمْ يُحِبُّونَ مَنْ هَاجَرَ إِلَيْهِمْ وَلا يَجِدُونَ فِي صُدُورِهِمْ حَاجَةً مِمَّا أُوتُوا وَيُؤْثِرُونَ عَلَى أَنْفُسِهِمْ وَلَوْ كَانَ بِهِمْ خَصَاصَةٌ وَمَنْ يُوقَ شُحَّ نَفْسِهِ فَأُوْلَئِكَ هُمْ الْمُفْلِحُونَ * وَالَّذِينَ جَاءُوا مِنْ بَعْدِهِمْ يَقُولُونَ رَبَّنَا اغْفِرْ لَنَا وَلإِخْوَانِنَا الَّذِينَ سَبَقُونَا بِالإِيمَانِ وَلا تَجْعَلْ فِي قُلُوبِنَا غِلا لِلَّذِينَ آمَنُوا رَبَّنَا إِنَّكَ رَءُوفٌ رَحِيمٌ ) الحشر/ 8-10 .
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Would be assassin (John Hinckley's) attempt on U.S. President Ronald Reagan's life on Monday 30th March 1981 was triggered by Robert De Niro's character (Travis Bickle) and his plot to assassinate a presidential candidate. John Hinckley was obsessed with Jodi Foster. To try to get her attention he attempted to take Ronald Reagan's life. Jodi took the role of the heroine and rescuer (Clarice Starling) in (The Silence of the Lambs) to reverse her role as a victim in Taxi Driver, and also to distance herself from John Hinkley. Ironically (Harvey Keitel) who was Jodi's pimp in Taxi Driver would go on to play Clarice Sterling's future mentor (Jack Crawford) in the prequel (Red Dragon). Even more ironic, Michelle Pfeiffer lost the role of (Iris) in Taxi Driver to Jodie Foster. Jodi landed the role in (The Silence of the Lambs) after Pfeiffer turned down the role of Clarice Starling◆ Screewriter (Paul Schrader) was inspired to write the script after reading the published diary of (Arthur Bremer) the man who was convicted of shooting presidential hopeful George Wallace. Bremer was 26 years old in 1976 (the year the film was released), the same age as Travis Bickle in the film. And Schrader himself was 26 when he first wrote the screenplay, in 1972◆ Schrader wrote the script in five days. As he was writing, he kept a loaded gun on his desk for motivation and inspiration◆ He wrote the part of Travis with Jeff Bridges in mind◆ In Paul Schrader's original screenplay, the characters of Sport (Harvey Keitel) and the hotel clerk were all black. Scorsese felt that, combined with other events in the film, this would have stacked the deck too much towards racism, and suggested that those characters be changed to white men. Schrader relented◆
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filmtrivia : Robert De Niro worked twelve hour days for a month driving cabs as preparation for this role. He studied mental illness, and Midwestern dialects to come up with Travis Bickle's flat voice. Al Pacino declined the role of Travis Bickle◆ The scene where Travis is talking to himself in the mirror was completely ad-libbed by De Niro. The screenplay details just said, "Travis looks in the mirror."◆ De Niro has said that the (You talkin' to me?) scene was inspired by Bruce Springsteen's banter with his audience at a mid-70's gig◆ Between the time De Niro signed a $35,000 contract to appear in this film and when it began filming, he won an Oscar for his role in The Godfather: Part 2 and his profile soared. The producers were terrified that De Niro would ask for a deserved large pay raise but De Niro honored his original deal so the film would get made◆De Niro's on-and-off girlfriend in the 70s (Diahnne Abbott) appears as the concession girl in the porno theater near the beginning of the film◆The cab Travis drove was Checker. They stopped production after 1982 and the last one in New York City was retired in 1999◆When Brian De Palma was attached to direct he wanted Melanie Griffith to play Iris. Both were let go. Kim Basinger was offered the role of Iris, but had to turn down in order to continue to work as a model◆ Before (Jodie Foster) was eventually cast as Iris, there were more than 250 applicants for the role. The five finalists were Jodie Foster, Mariel Hemingway, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Heather Locklear and Kristy McNichol◆ Foster was 12 years old when the movie was filmed so she could not do the more explicit scenes. Connie Foster, Jodie's 19-year-old sister was cast as her body double for those scenes◆Iris was partially inspired by screenwriter (Paul Schrader's) memory of 1950s' Coppertone ads. Jodie Foster, the actress who won the role of Iris, the underage prostitute, had her acting debut in a Coppertone ad when she was 3 years old. Foster was ineligible to attend the R rated premiere unless she was accompanied by a parent or adult guardian◆
filmtrivia : Scorsese has said he offered the role of (Travis Bickle) to Dustin Hoffman who has since regretted his decision to not take the role◆ Due to injuries sustained in an accident during the production of the 1975 movie (The Farmer)  George Memmoli had to decline the bit-part of the Travis's disturbed passenger who watches the silhouette of his wife cheating. Scorsese. Himself ultimately played the role◆ The girl with whom Scorsese studied in order to prepare for the role of Iris was (Garth Avery) who appears in the film, as Iris' friend on the street◆ Harvey Keitel was originally offered the part of (Tom) the campaign worker, eventually played by Albert Brooks. He decided to take the role as the pimp, even though in the script he was black. Keitel rehearsed with actual pimps to prepare for his role. The scene where his character and Iris dance is improvised, and is one of only two scenes in the film that doesn't focus on Travis Bickle◆Liza Minnelli, Barbara Hershey, Glenn Close, Susan Sarandon, and Sigourney Weaver turned down the role of Betsy◆ Mary Steenburgen, Jane Seymour, Goldie Hawn, and Anjelica Huston auditioned for the role of Betsy◆ The producers were looking for a (Cybill Shepherd) type to play Betsy. When agent Sue Mengers heard this, she reportedly called them and asked why not hire Cybill Shepherd◆ Cybill had a hard time remembering her lines during the coffee-and-pie scene with De Niro. He was getting fed up with her and and editor (Marcia Lucas) laughed over all the unusable footage she had to work with in the editing room◆ Brian De Palma was considered to direct but the producers chose Scorsese after a private screening of 1973's (Mean Streets) which was De Niro and Scorsese's previous collaboration. They told Scorsese he could direct, but only if he got De Niro to play the lead◆Oliver Stone believes he was one of the models for Travis Bickle, pointing out that he was being taught by Martin Scorsese at NYU film school at the time, and like Travis he was a Vietnam veteran turned N.Y.C. cabdriver and wore his olive drab army coat while on duty◆
filmtrivia : The story was partially autobiographical for (Paul Schrader) who suffered a nervous breakdown while living in Los Angeles. He was fired from the AFI, basically friendless, in the midst of a divorce and was rejected by a girlfriend. Squatting in his ex-girlfriend's apartment while she was away for a couple of months, Schrader literally didn't talk to anyone for many weeks, went to porno theaters and developed an obsession with guns. Schrader was working at the time as delivery man for a chain of chicken restaurants. Spending long days alone in his car, he said to himself (I might as well be a taxi driver) He also shared with Bickle the sense of isolation from being a mid-Westerner in an urban center. Schrader decided to switch the action to New York City only because taxi drivers are far more common there. Schrader's script clicked with both Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro when they read it◆ When Scorsese phoned Legendary composer (Bernard Hermann) to do the score, he at first refused saying, (I don't write music for car movies) Hermann only accepted after reading the script, and then wrote a highly original score using dissonant brass to punctuate the inner emotions of Travis. Shortly after the very last session (Hermann) died on Christmas Eve 1975 at the age of 64. The movie was dedicated to his memory. Hermann had begun his film career in Hollywood writing the music for Citizen Kane in 1941◆ Uncredited (Tom Scott) delivered the dominant, haunting alto saxophone solos over the Bernard Herrmann score◆ In 2007, the American Film Institute ranked this as the 52 Greatest Movie of All Time◆
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Fans of 2005's (Batman Begins) who have watched it a thousand times experienced a different movie while watching 2012's (The Dark Knight Rises) compared to the average movie goer◆ They saw the influence of Ras Al Ghul (Liam Neeson) from Batman Begins throughout Dark Knight Rises in Miranda Tate and especially (Bane)◆ Bane's philosophy, the way he viewed the world, his quotes, and even the way he held the front of his jackets we're all reminiscent of Ra's Al Ghul◆A deleted scene that didn’t make it into the theatrical cut of (The Dark Knight Rises) shows why Bane was bloody through his bandages when a (young Ras Al Ghul) played by (Josh Pence) rescued him. Before his rescue, Bane was fighting for his life constantly for helping a young Talia (Joey King) escape◆ He was becoming a more efficient fighter in prison with each fight simlilar to how Bruce was (Batman Begins)◆ Sometimes he would be able to fend them off, other times he wouldn't. Constant attacks were the prisoners way of punishing Bane for helping Talia escape◆ At one point Bane had chains on him while the prisoners were attacking him. In this deleted scene he is wearing a more primitive version of the mask with an early version of his waist belt that supports his back◆ Another deleted scene shows where & who the mask came from ◆ The prison's "doctor" (who was a prisoner himself) did his best to stitch up Bane after he suffered a major back injury from one off the attacks. The doctor (who was high on morphine at the time) botched the surgery resulting in Bane being in constant & chronic pain leaving him with a massive scar from the back of his neck to his lower back◆In between the time Bane was being trained by Ras and before he was excommunicated, he returned to the prison and blinded the doctor for his incompetence and negligence◆
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★PVT JOKER★ Val Kilmer auditioned for the part of (Pvt. Joker). Kilmer confronted Modine in a restaurant and challenged Modine to a fight because he believed that Modine had stolen the part from him. But Modine was not even aware of the film at the time. Modine later sent Kubrick footage from (Vision Quest) and won the part◆ Pvt. Joker's shirt on Parris Island reveals that  real name is (J.T. Davis). This is a deliberate reference to Spec. James T. Davis, the first officially recognized U.S. casualty in Vietnam, who was killed in 1961◆ The production schedule for the film was so drawn-out that lead actor Matthew Modine got married, conceived a child with his wife, the child was born, and then turned 1- all during the course of filming◆ In his memoir, Matthew Modine claims that Stanley Kubrick didn't want him to leave the set to be present at his wife's delivery, and he threatened to injure himself in order to get to the hospital before Kubrick relented and allowed him to leave Anthony Michael Hall was originally set to play (Pvt. Joker). Hall spent eight months preparing for the role but could not reach an agreement with Kubrick regarding the salary and the schedule. He was replaced by Matthew Modine ★PVT. PYLE★ Vincent D'Onofrio tore ligaments in his knee on the obstacle course, due to the extra weight he put on. He gained 70 pounds for his role as (Pvt. Pyle) breaking Robert De Niro's movie weight-gain record (60 pounds) for Raging Bull. It took him seven months to put the weight on and nine months to take it off with physical training. His next movie was (Adventures in Babysitting) in which he plays (Dawson) a very in shape garage owner who looks like Thor when he holds his sledgehammer◆ During filming, a family of rabbits were accidentally killed. Kubrick (an animal lover) was so upset that he canceled the rest of the day's work◆
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filmtrivia : ★GUNNERY SGT. HARTMAN★ Kubrick originally hired (Tim Colceri) to play Sgt. Hartman. When former US Marine Corps Drill Instructor (R. Lee Ermey) was consultanting for the Marine Corps boot camp portion of the film. Ermey performed a demonstration on videotape in which he yelled obscene insults and abuse for 15 minutes without stopping, repeating himself or even flinching - despite being continuously pelted with tennis balls and oranges. Ermey asked Kubrick for the part drill instructor because he felt the actors on the set were were not up to snuff. When Kubrick declined, Ermey barked an order for Kubrick to stand up when he was spoken to, and the director instinctively obeyed. Kubrick was so impressed that he cast Ermey as Hartman. Tim Colceri was bitter but accepted Kubrick's consolation prize of a small role as a helicopter door-gunner. Sgt. Hartman is never seen without his cover (hat). Ermey personally supervised the recreation of the Parris Island set. Kubrick had nothing but praise for Ermey's skills as a performer. He originally was going to write dialogue for Ermey's character himself, but he became so impressed with what Ermey improvised, that he decided it wasn't necessary. He just let him ad-lib, something practically unheard of for a Stanley Kubrick film. Ermey's performances were so faultless that Kubrick only needed 2-3 takes to get his scenes filmed, The is extremely rare for a Kubrick film since he is nortorious for having actors do dozens of takes for each scene◆ While Sgt. Hartman disciplines Pvt. Cowboy, he says (Cowboy is the type of guy who would have sex with another guy "and not even have the goddamned common courtesy to give him a reach-around") Kubrick immediately yelled cut and went over to Ermey and asked, "What the hell is a reach-around?" Ermey explained what it meant. Kubrick laughed and re-shot the scene, telling Ermey to keep the line◆
filmtrivia : Sgt. Hartman hardly blinks at all in any scenes. The actors playing recruits never met (R. Lee Ermey) prior to filming.  Kubrick also saw to it that Ermey didn't fraternize with the actors between takes to make Sgt. Hartmann's performance and the recruits' reactions as convincing as possible◆ Ermey was involved in a jeep accident during the making of the movie. One night he skidded off the road, breaking all the ribs on his left side. He refused to pass out, and kept flashing his car lights until a motorist stopped. In some scenes you'll notice that he does not move his left arm at all.  Kubrick claimed in an interview that it took four and a half months before Ermey could return to work in which production simply had to be suspended since he was involved in all the remaining scenes◆ Ermey actually slapped Vincent D'Onofrio in the scene where he knocks his hat off. It was D'Onofrio's idea. Unfortunately for him, he forgot about Kubrick's perfectionism. He had to endure take after take of real slaps. Ermey (being a muscular former soldier) tried not hurt D'Onofrio too much. But his first mild slaps drove him to slap more violently◆ Kubrick wanted to cast (Bill McKinney) in the role of Gunnery Sgt. Hartman but was so unsettled after viewing McKinney's performance in Deliverance that he declined to meet with him, saying he was simply too frightened at the idea of being in McKinney's presence◆ The term "full metal jacket" refers to the type of small arms ammunition used in warfare. Full metal jacket ammunition has a copper coating covering the lead core of its projectile. Under the (Geneva Convention) only FMJ (full metal jacket) can be used by military personnel. FMJ bullets while very deadly are more likely to pass through a person without greatly expanding or breaking up than other types of bullets (hollow point or unjacketed soft lead bullets). The title alludes the absurdity of trying to make civilized rules for war◆ Gustav Hasford began working on "The Short Timers" (the book on which this film is based) while serving in Vietnam, and based many of the characters (and names) on soldiers he served with◆
filmtrivia : The cast ate actual Vietnam War era military rations in the scene when the patrol is seen eating◆ Michael Herr, a very close friend of Kubrick, helped write much of the screenplay, particularly the part set in Vietnam. His contributions to the script are based largely on his own experiences as a reporter covering the war. Like Joker and Rafterman he was essentially freelance and allowed to travel anywhere in the country. Additionally, the scene where Joker and Rafterman watch the crazed gunner in the chopper machine-gun civilians is taken directly from "Dispatches", Herr's memoir of his experiences◆ Kubrick's daughter (Vivian) makes a cameo appearance during a scene in Vietnam where Joker and Rafterman encounter a mass open grave. She can be seen wielding a motion picture camera, shooting into the open grave for a few moments. Vivian was also the film's composer, credited as Abigal Mead. The name was based on Abbott's Mead, the mansion where the Kubricks lived from 1965 to 1979◆Kubrick had extensive phone conversations with writer (Gustav Hasford) over the screenplay, to discuss the adaptation of his novel into a movie. Kubrick invited Hanford to his home, but it went so bad that Hasford was kept out of the writing process for the remainder of production◆ To create a realistic effect during Vietnam battle scenes, Douglas Milsome experimented with a camera with a shutter thrown off sync. This effect was reused in another war movie, Saving Private Ryan◆Arnold Schwarzenegger turned down the role of (Animal Mother) in order to star in The Running Man. The role went to Adam Baldwin◆ One of the scenes cut from the movie was a scene that showed a group of soldiers playing soccer. The scene was cut because a shot revealed they were not using a soccer ball, but a human head◆Denzel Washington was considered for the role of Eightball and has said that it is a role that he regrets missing out on◆ Dorian Harewood (Eithball) visited a doctor twice while shooting his scenes fearing that his ear-drum was blown out◆Bruce Willis was offered a lead role but was forced to turn it down because filming was about to start on the first 6 episodes of his show Moonlighting◆
filmtrivia : The entire film was shot in England (Pinewood Studios and Bassingbourn Barracks). For the final battle scenes set in Hue,  Kubrick was able to use the abandoned gasworks town of (Beckton on the River Thames) in London's East End, which was slated for demolition◆Beckton was also used in the film Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984). Incidentally, some of the buildings seen were designed by a French architect who also worked in Hue◆ Researchers painstakingly went through dozens of shots of the real Hue in order to make sure Beckton looked authentic. 200 pine trees were imported from Spain and a few thousand tropical plastic plants were imported from Hong Kong◆ In some shots there is a rock in the background that looks very much like the monolith from Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey. Kubrick said it wasn't intentional, but only noticed while watching the rushes◆In the film, The Charles Whitman shootings happened a few months before the recruits arrive on Parris Island◆The only two actresses who have some lines spoken (amongst the very sparsely female presences in the movie) are Papillon Soo as (the Da Nang hooker) and Ngoc Le, as (the Vietcong sniper)◆The (me-so-horny) line unfortunately became a mockery towards Asians Americans◆ The inscription (I Am Become Death) is written on Animal Mother's helmet. This is a quotation spoken by (J. Robert Oppenheimer) after the explosion of the first atomic bomb at Alamogordo◆ All the out door scenes during basic training were filmed at Bassingbourne barracks in Cambridgeshire. In WWII this was an 8th Airforce bomber base, home to the 91st Bomber Group. This was the Bomb Group that the Memphis Belle belonged to and the base is where all 25 of her missions were flown from. (Matthew Modine starred in the movie Memphis Belle in 1990 as the pilot of the plane on its final mission◆Most actors auditioned for their roles by submitting videotapes of themselves performing a scene in Vietnam. Stanley Kubrick and the studio placed ads throughout the US for young aspiring actors to send in audition tapes for the film. They received around 3000, of which Kubrick personally watched about 800◆
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In the late 1970s, Director/Animator (Hayao Miyazaki) drew sketches for a film about a princess living in the woods with a beast. He began writing the film's plotline and drew the initial storyboards for it in August 1994◆ He had difficulties adapting his early ideas and visualisations, because elements had already been used in his film (My Neighbor Totoro) and because of societal changes since the creation of the original sketches and image boards◆ In May 1995, Miyazaki went to the ancient forests of Yakushima, of Kyushu, an inspiration for the landscape of (Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind) and the mountains of Shirakami-Sanchi in northern Honshu for location scouting along with a group of art directors, background artists and digital animators for three days.  Animation production commenced in July 1995◆ The final storyboards of the film's ending were finished only months before the Japanese premiere date◆ Inspired by an Irish-American director (John Ford) who is best known for his Westerns, Miyazaki created (Iron Town) as a tight-knit frontier town populated with outcast groups and oppressed minorities who rarely, if ever, appeared in Japanese films◆ Miyazaki did not want to create an accurate history of Medieval Japan, but rather the very beginnings of the conflict between the natural world and modern industrial civilization◆ Despite being set during the Muromachi period (1337 to 1573) the actual time period of Princess Mononoke depicts a "symbolic clash of three proto-Japanese races (the Jomon, Yamato and Emishi)◆ It replaced E.T. as the biggest grossing film of all time in Japan until Titanic came out◆ Leonardo DiCaprio was originally considered for the part of (Ashitaka)◆ In Japanese mythology, dogs & wolves are always male-voiced, and cats are always female-voiced, regardless of sex. For this reason (Akihiro Miwa) provides the voice of Moro (the mother wolf) in the Japanese version. Ironically (Akihiro Miwa) made his career as a female impersonator◆
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filmtrivia : Gillian Anderson (who portrayed Dana Scully in the X-Files) provided the voice of (Moro) in the English version◆ Billy Crudup (who potrayed Dr. Manhattan in Watchmen) provided Ashitaka's English voice◆ Claire Danes (who potrays Carrie Mathison in Homeland) provided San's English voice◆ Minnie Driver (who potrayed Skylar in Good Will Hunting) provided Lady Eboshi's English voice◆ Keith David (who did the voice of Goliath in Gargoyles) provided Okkoto's English voice◆ Billy Bob Thornton provided Jigo's English voice◆ Jada Pinkett Smith provided Toki's English voice◆ The term "Mononoke" is not a name, but a general term in the Japanese language for a vengeful spirit. "Hime" is the Japanese honorific word that means princess. A closer rendering of the title into English would be "The Mononoke Princess" or "The Spirit Princess"◆ Around 550 colors were used in this film. Hayao Miyazaki had intended to this be be his final film before retiring but the great success of Mononoke led him to do Spirited Away◆ With a runtime of 134 minutes (2 hour and 14 minutes), it is the second longest animated film ever made after (Final Yamato) which is 165 minutes◆ At 23.5 million dollars, it was the most expensive anime ever produced at the time of its release◆ Disney/Miramax was contractually obligated not to edit any footage out for its North American release. They asked to, but were refused. They kept their end of the bargain- but released the film to fewer theaters then they originally promised.... which led to a low box office in America◆ Neil Gaiman chose to simplify some plot elements to provide a cultural context for phrases and actions not well known outside of Japan. Specific terms like Jibashiri (Mercenary) and Shishigami (Forest Spirit) for example◆
filmtrivia : Miyazaki said he did not want (Ashitaka) to be a typical hero. He made him a "melancholic boy who has a fate" and also stated that Ashitaka's curse is similar to the lives of people during the Muromachi period◆ He stated that Eboshi was supposed to have a traumatic past, although it is not specifically mentioned in the film. He said that Eboshi has a strong and secure personality, evident in the fact that she let Ashitaka move freely through the settlement unescorted, despite his unclear motives. He also said that Eboshi does not acknowledge the Emperor's authority in Irontown, a revolutionary view for the time, and displays an atypical attitude for a woman of that era in that she wouldn't hesitate to sacrifice herself or those around her or for her dreams. Eboshi resembles (ashirabyōshi) which were female dancers, prominent in the Japanese Imperial Court, who performed traditional Japanese dances◆Jiko-bō is called (Jigo) in the English version. Miyazaki was unsure whether to make him a government spy, a ninja, a member of a religious group or "a very good guy" so he eventually decided to give him elements of all the above◆ The English-language dialogue in the American version is not a direct translation from Japanese to English. The dialogue was paraphrased into comfortable American English. When it was announced that the Miramax DVD would only contain the English-language dialogue track there was enough fan protest to convince Miramax to delay the release in order to include the literal translation of Hayao Miyazaki's original script on the DVD◆ This is the last major animated motion picture to be filmed on plastic animation cels. Miyazaki personally corrected or redrew more than 80,000 of the film's 144,000 animation cels◆Princess Mononoke won the 1997 Grand Prize for Animation at the inaugural Japan Media Festival; held by Japan's Agency for Cultural Affairs.
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Christian Bale said he had fun with Terrence Malick's eccentric way of directing. One day he wanted to see what Malick would do if he just walked out of a shot and towards the crew. Malick followed Christian with the camera and the crew were running and diving behind bushes to get away from the camera◆ Irene Bedard (Pocahontas' mother) and Christian Bale (John Rolfe) previously appeared in the 1995 Disney animated film (Pocahontas). Bale did the voice for (Thomas) and Irene did the voice for Pocahontas◆ All the actors were required to lose 20 pounds in a month and then went to boot camp where they learned to use artillery weapons and live like the settlers◆ Terrence Malick finished the script in the late 1970s, but it lay dormant until 2004◆ Native American cast members had to learn the Algonquin language. Roughly 3000 people speak this language today, many of whom were hired by producers to teach cast members◆ Producers looked at over 2000 actresses for Pocahontas before deciding to open up their search criteria for all indigenous actresses of both North and South America◆ Christopher Plummer (Captain Newport) was infuriated after watching the final cut of the movie and discovering that key scenes had been cut and one of his important speeches had been reduced to background noise. He vowed never to work with Terrence Malick again◆ Producers agreed with Native American leaders not to acknowledge credit to them until the final film met with their approval◆
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filmtrivia : The clothing Pocahontas is wearing during the audience with the queen is based on one of the few contemporary portraits of her◆ Pocahontas was (the better-known nickname for Mataoka) is never called Pocahontas during the entire film◆ No Native American character is ever addressed or referred to by name in the film also◆ In preparation for the role (Colin Farrell) read all seven of John Smith's books that he published back in England on his accounts of The New World◆ Terrence Malick cut the film around a completed score by (James Horner) as opposed to creating the music in a studio with a finished film◆ Malick was so intent on this movie being authentic that he told the actors to do as the characters would. On his breaks, Christian Bale would even sit in John Rolfe's chair and smoke a pipe, and Q'orianka Kilcher (Pocahontas, Matoaka, Rebecca) did Algonquian dances◆ Q'orianka was only 14 during production◆Virtually almost all dialog was dubbed in post-production. The main reason was that during takes, Malick's voice is often heard in the background◆ 2005's (The New World) is always considered Malick's fourth directing credit- but if you include the 1969 short film (Lanton Mills) it would technically be his 5th. From 1979 to 1997, Malick's didn't direct anything◆ Native American actors and extras were trained by Blair Rudes (professor of linguistics at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte) to speak a form of the extinct Powhatan language/a type of Virginian Algonquian reconstructed for the film by Rudes◆ The film crew created reconstructions of the Jamestown settlement and of the Powhatan village, based on archaeological evidence and consultation with historians. They used tools and materials related to the geographical and technological environment of the time. The film production was so intent on authenticity that it sought historic varieties of Indian corn and tobacco to plant, rather than settle for contemporary strains◆
filmtrivia : History professor (Cathy Schultz) said the movie depicts the Indians living in harmony with nature and one another. They're peaceful, except when the English goaded them- In reality, Powhatan (Pocahontas's father) was an astute and tough chief, who ruled by conquest over the surrounding tribes. Politically savvy and fierce in battle, his people were far from the innocent, childlike creatures we see in the film◆ Edward Wingfield ( played by David Thewlis) is shown being shot by the settlers, but in reality he lived until 1630 and wrote several books on Jamestown◆In the film, Pocahontas is accompanied by her uncle, Opechancanough (played by Wes Studi) when traveling to England, where he was to mark a notch on sticks whenever he encountered an Englishman. While the notches are accurate, in reality she was accompanied by Tomocomo (Raoul Trujillo) who was married to her half-sister. He was also sent to search for John Smith. Tomocomo returned to Virginia with Samuel Argall and John Rolfe in 1617, where he spoke against England and its people. After the colonists rebutted Tomocomo was disgraced◆ Raoul Trujillo appeared in 2006's (Apocalypto) as Zero Wolf- the leader with the human skull jaw◆ Wes Studi famously potrayed (Magua) in 1992's (The Last of the Mohicans)◆The film depicts John Smith leaving Jamestown on orders from the king; he has settlers tell Pocahontas that he drowned. In reality, Smith left Jamestown in 1609 because of an injury after his powder horn exploded and badly wounded his leg. Pocahontas was later told he died on the trip to England◆ In the film, Pocahontas is shown being kidnapped by (Samuel Argall) while Smith is still in Jamestown. Argall kidnapped her from the (Patawomecks) in 1613, four years after Smith left◆Pocahontas and John Smith did meet in London, though their romance throughout the film has little if any documentation in reality◆
filmtrivia : The film was shot on location on the Chickahominy River named after the Chickahominy Indian tribe who lived near the river when it was claimed by English colonists in 1607 and whose descendants live in Charles City, VA today◆ Before the start of the shoot, Malick and cinematographer (Emmanuel Lubezki) devised a series of photography rules that were to be used during filming◆ 1. No artificial lights. Everything is shot in natural light● No crane or dolly shots, just handheld or Steadicam shots● Everything is shot in the subjective view● All shots must be deep-focus, that is, everything (foreground and background) is visible and focused● The camera crew are encouraged to go and shoot unexpected things that might happen in accident or if your instinct tells you so● Selective shots: any shot that does not have visual strength is not used● Lubezki said some of these rules ended up being broken. Artificial light was used as were shallow-focus shots. Only the scenes shot in the Hampton Court Palace interiors were supplemented with artificial light coming through the windows. To increase the light available in interior shots, candles were cast with 4 wicks each◆Malick is notorious for editing his films until the last minute, often trimming his films and leaving entire characters out of the final print, as is the case with The Thin Red Line. In early December, the 150-minute version was shown to critics for awards season consideration. It was released for a week from Christmas to New Year's Day in two theaters each in Los Angeles and New York to qualify for the Academy Awards. For the film's wide release, which began on January 20, 2006, Malick re-edited the film, cutting it to 135 minutes◆The 150-minute version of the film was released only as a Digital Download for buyers of the US theatrical cut DVD◆ A 172-minute third version dubbed "The Extended Cut" was issued by New Line on DVD in October 2008. It contains new scenes and expansions to other scenes
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Little Shop of Horrors is a comedy horror rock musical, by composer (Alan Menken) and writer (Howard Ashman). It is based on the low-budget 1960 black comedy film of the same name directed by Roger Corman◆ The music was composed in the style of early 1960s rock and roll, doo-wop and early Motown◆ The musical premiered Off-Broadway in 1982 before moving to the (Orpheum Theatre) in New York where it had a five-year run. This musical was then made into the 1986 film of the same name directed by Frank Oz◆ Levi Stubbs (the voice of the Audrey 2) was the lead vocalist from the Motown group (The Four Tops). Levi died on October 17, 2008 at the aged of 72◆ Ellen Greene (Audrey) is the only member of the Off-Broadway cast to appear in this film. It was her idea to wear a blond wig over her brunette curly hair when she originated the role in 1982. Howard Ashman originally saw Audrey as a brunette, based on (Jackie Joseph)'s look in the original 1960 film◆  One of the puppeteer operators for (Audrey 2) was Brian Henson- Jim Henson's son◆ The filmmakers originally offered the role of Audrey to (Cyndi Lauper) before casting original stage actress Ellen Greene◆ Bill Murray ad-lib most of his lines◆ The scenes in which the two largest Audrey 2 puppets are performing with the actors are filmed at a lower speed. First at 16 frames per second, then at 12 frames per second for the final number. The actors had to move and lip sync in slow motion so it would look like real time when it was sped up◆ The Voice of the Old Woman who begins the song "Downtown (On Skid Row)" is dubbed by Michelle Weeks, who plays Ronette◆ The members of the film's Greek Chorus (the 3 girls that sing through out the film) are all named after '50s & 60s girl groups: The Ronettes, The Chiffons and The Crystals. They remain dry and don't get wet when they walk through the rain storm◆
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filmtrivia : When producer (David Geffen) originally tried to get the film made, Steven Spielberg was attached to produce and Martin Scorsese was attached to direct◆ Director (Frank Oz) makes a cameo as the salesman who tries to get Seymour to sign a contract◆ Christopher Guest plays the first customer to enter the flower shop and notice (Audrey 2) after it grew from drinking Seymour's blood. Christopher played the evil six-fingered (Count Rugen) in the The Princess Bride◆ The original script called for (Audrey and Seymour) to be eaten by (Audrey 2) and having the plant wreak havoc on the city. Frank Oz changed it after negative reactions at test screenings. In 1998, the special edition DVD was released with the alternate "everybody dies" ending◆ Steve Martin severely cut his hands while filming the scene when he pushes open the double swinging doors to Audrey's apartment complex. As a result, in the final cut he is kicking the door open. The accident can be seen on the special features of the DVD◆ Due to its size, the stage where the film was shooting was impractical to heat properly and caused breath condensation to appear. This was countered by having the actors put ice cubes in their mouths◆ Audrey 2's on-camera growth at the end of the song (Grow for Me) was achieved by placing the plant on a track concealed by the flower pot and then drawing it closer to the camera◆ As part of the film's promotion, the "Audrey 2" plant was occasionally interviewed, in character, by the press. On at least one occasion, the interview concluded with Audrey 2 "eating" the interviewer◆
filmtrivia : In the original cut of the film (Paul Dooley) played the part of Patrick Martin. When the cast and crew returned several months later to shoot a new ending, Dooley was unavailable so James Belushi stepped into the role◆ There are no blue screens or opticals involved in any of Audrey 2's scenes. The plant was made in six different stages of growth and there were three different versions of Mushnik's shop, making it possible for two units to work with different sized plants at the same time. Each of the talking plants had to be cleaned, re-painted and patched up at the end of each shooting day, which would take up to three hours depending on the size◆ This was the film debut of Tichina Arnold◆ The "Suppertime" song uses two different sizes of Audrey 2. When the plant is singing all alone in the shop, it is actually a smaller size; the same size as when it sang (Feed Me) but now standing on a scaled down set to make it look larger. The full size one that is seen to interact with Seymour and Mushnik was not provided with lip movement, but was built to swallow Mushnik's (mechanical) legs◆ In the very last shot of the film, the camera pans down as the Greek chorus passes the screen and we only get to see the faces of two of the three girls. This is because Tisha Campbell-Martin was unavailable for the re-shoot and had to be replaced by an English double◆The tools used on Bill Murray In the dentist office are the same medical tools that the doctor used to try and fix the Joker's face in Tim Burton's 1989 film Batman.
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Denzel's father died when filming for (Malcom X) began. He was flying to New York on April 1991 to meet with (Spike Lee) when he landed his brother was there and told him (Dad had a stroke). His dad died that August, which is around the time filming started◆Upon being cast in the film, Denzel interviewed people who knew (Malcolm X). Among them was Betty Shabazz (the wife of Malcolm who also served as a consultant on the film). He also interviewed two of Malcom's brothers◆ Denzel said he brought some of his own father's preacher characteristics to his portrayal of Malcolm X. He remembered certain cadences in the way his father would set up certain things. And when he would hear Malcolm X, he noticed X set it up the same way◆ Denzel said one of the things he noticed about Malcolm was that he was always pointing. Another obsevation was that Malcom didn’t say (against) he said (a-ginst) so he started throwing in extra “a-ginst”s, to stay with Malcom's rhythm of speech◆Denzel focused on what he had in common with Malcom. He was 37 while potraying Malcolm who was 39 when he was assassinated. Both men were from large families, both of their fathers were ministers, and both were raised primarily by their mothers◆ Denzel said the (Schaumburg Library) in Harlem became his second home since it was the most resourceful place advance his knowledge of Malcolm◆
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filmtrivia : The film's 2nd unit filmed all the scenes at Mecca. Spike Lee did not accompany them as he is not a Muslim (only Muslims are allowed to enter the city of Mecca)◆At one point (Oliver Stone) expressed interest in directing this project as a follow-up to JFK. Stone's first choice was Denzel also◆ The video shown in the beginning of the movie is the beating of Rodney King, a taxi driver who became famous after his violent arrest by the LAPD◆ The film has a scene where a white student offers her help to Malcolm X but is rudely denied. That scene was based on a real-life event. After leaving the N.O.I Malcolm X said that he has lived to regret that incident◆ He also stated "In many parts of the African continent I saw white students helping Africans which killed a lot of his previous arguments◆ Malcom said he did many things as a Black Muslim that he was sorry for now & described himself as a zombie during his tenure with N. O. I.◆ When Malcolm is first seen preaching on the streets of Harlem the other preachers on the step ladders are Bobby Seale (founder of the Black Panthers) and Al Sharpton◆ The trumpeter in the "Billie Holiday Quintet" is played by (Terence Blanchard) who composed the music for the film, and is a frequent collaborator of Spike Lee◆ The prison priest is played by the legendary Christopher Plummer◆ The Elevated Train in the opening scene in Boston are actually New York City Transit Authority "D" type Museum cars that were built in 1927 and ran on the New York City BMT Subway Lines◆
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CONRAD VEIDT■■■ The genesis of the Joker started in 1928. The inspiration originated from the character (Gwynplaine) in the 1928 silent film (The Man Who Laughs). Gwynplaine potrayed by (Conrad Veidt) has a disfigured face, and a grim carnival freak-like grin in the film- which was an adaptation of Victor Hugo's novel of the same name◆ CESAR ROMERO■■■ In the 1966 Batman TV series, The Joker (played by Cesar Romero) wore a clown mask when hijacking a performance of Pagliacci◆ The mask is almost identical to the one worn by Heath Ledger's Joker in the opening bank robbery scene in 2008's The Dark Knight◆ The episode was titled (The Joker is Wild) and aired on ABC in January 26, 1966 during the first season. It was the very first appearance of Cesar Romero's Joker.
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The film is based on (Crime on the Waterfront) a series of articles published in the New York Sun by (Malcolm Johnson) that won the 1949 Pulitzer Prize for Local Reporting. His articles were reinforced by the 1948 murder of a New York dock hiring boss which woke America to the killings, graft, extortion, wide spread corruption, and racketeering on the waterfronts of Manhattan and Brooklyn◆ The part of Terry Malloy was originally written for John Garfield- star of (The Postman Always Rings Twice) but he died before the film was made◆ Frank Sinatra was then considered for the role of Terry Malloy & had a "hand shake" agreement that the part was his- but Marlon Brando ended up with the role because he was a bigger box office draw at the time◆ The script was sent to Brando and it came back with a refusal note stating that he didn't even read it. Producer (Sam Spiegel) had inserted small pieces of paper between the pages which were still in place when the script was returned to him, indicating that it really had not been read◆ To entice Brando to do the film, the film makers directed a scene from the film with an up-and-coming actor from the Actors Studio playing the lead character Terry Malloy. They figured the competitive Brando would not want to see a major role go to some new guy. The ploy worked. The -then barely known up-and-coming actor they used to entice Brando was (Paul Newman)◆
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filmtrivia : Grace Kelly turned down the role of Edie Doyle. The choice of an actress to play Edie Doyle was narrowed down to Elizabeth Montgomery (who potrayed Samantha in Bewitched) and Eva Marie Saint.  Montgomery was turned down for being "too well bred" for a character who was raised on the waterfront in Hoboken, NJ. Eva got the part & went on to win an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for the role◆As part of his contract, Brando only worked until 4pm every day and then he would leave to go see his psychiatrist. Brando's mother had recently died and he was in therapy to resolve his issues with his parents◆ For the film's classic scene between Rod Steiger and Brando in the back of the cab (one of the most famous scenes in the cinema) all of Steiger's close-ups were filmed after Brando had left for the day. Brando's lines were read by one of the crew members. Steiger was deeply hurt and annoyed at Brando's apparent rudeness, but used these emotions to add to his performance. He remained very bitter about it for many years and often mentioned it in interviews◆The taxicab scene was not improvised, as Brando claimed in his autobiography. When Brando did improvise Rod Steiger followed his lead, Elia Kazan yelled, "Stop the shit, Buddy!" to Brando, using his nickname. The two actors stuck to Budd Schulberg's script after that◆ Sam Spiegel forgot to pay for rear-projection equipment. This is why the cab where Brando and Rod Steiger play out the film's most famous scene has blinds◆ Shortly after the film's debut in 1954, the AFL-CIO expelled the East Coast longshoremen's union because it was still run by the mob◆ Karl Malden's character (Fr. Pete Barry) was based on (Fr. John "Pete" Corridan) The hat and coat worn by Karl in the film belonged to Fr. Corridan◆
filmtrivia : The scene where (Eva Marie Saint) drops her glove and Brando picks it up and puts it on his hand was unplanned. Eva dropped her glove accidentally in rehearsal and Brando improvised the rest. Kazan loved it and asked them to repeat it for the take◆Tony Galento, Tami Mauriello and Abe Simon, who play Johnny Friendly's heavies, were all former professional boxers and opponents of Joe Louis for the heavyweight world title◆ The DC Cinematic connection to this film as it goes is that this was the film debut of Pat Hingle (who played Commissioner Gordon in Tim Burton's Batman films). This was also the debut of (Eva Marie Saint) who potrayed Superman's Earth mother (Martha Kent) in the 2006 film Superman Returns. Marlon Brando played Superman's biological father Jor-El in the 1978 film Superman directed by Richard Donner◆ Johnny Friendly (Lee J. Cobb) was based on mobster Albert Anastasia◆ In 1955 (Anthony Vincenzo) filed a lawsuit against Columbia Pictures because Terry Malloy (the character played by Brando) seemed to have been based on him. Vincenzo was known as a whistle-blower against the corrupt International Longshoremen's Association union. He won a small out-of-court settlement◆ While preparing for the role, Marlon Brando became friends with (Al Lettieri) who was an acquaintance of real-life Mafiosos. Lettieri went on to play (Virgil "The Turk" Sollozzo) in The Godfather◆ Thomas Handley, (who played Terry Molloy's teenage friend Tommy, was hired by the production to feed the pigeons on set. His real life father, a longshoreman, had been blackballed for anti-union activities, and disappeared when Hanley was only 4 months old. Director (Elia Kazan) and screenwriter (Budd Schulberg) had Thomas audition for the role, and coaxed an angry response out of him by calling his father a rat. He was paid $500 for his role, but never really acted again. He went on to become a longshoreman, and in 2002 was elected recording secretary of his union after yet another corrupt leadership was ousted◆
filmtrivia : Many real longshoremen from Hoboken, New Jersey were used as extras◆Brando put little plastic tubes in his nose to represent scar tissue◆ Arthur Miller was approached by Elia Kazan to write the screenplay, and did so, but later pulled it when the FBI and studio bosses required him to make the gangsters Communists◆ On the Waterfront is widely known to be an act of expiation on the part of Elia Kazan for naming names to HUAC during the Joseph McCarthy witch-hunts of the 1950s. What is less widely reported is that Kazan intended it as a direct attack at his former close friend (Arthur Miller) who had been openly critical of Kazan's actions. Specifically, it was a direct response to Miller's play The Crucible◆ Kazan said the biggest problem he encountered with his actors was getting them on set on time (the weather was so severely cold, most of the actors didn't like to hang around the set for long)◆ The Terry Malloy (Marlon Brando) line, "You don't understand. I could've had class. I could've been a contender. I could've been somebody instead of a bum, which I am." was selected at No. 3 on American Film Institute's (AFI) 100 YEARS..100 QUOTES◆ On the Waterfront was a critical and commercial success and received 12 Academy Award nominations, winning eight, including Best Picture, Best Actor for Brando, and Best Director for Kazan. In 1997 it was ranked by the American Film Institute as the eighth-greatest American movie of all time.
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Cate Blanchett was initially approached to star in the film◆ Some elements of the film were inspired by the 1971 science fiction novel (The Futurological Congress) by Stanisław Lem in that similarly to Lem's Ijon Tichy, the actress is split between delusional and real mental states. The book was published in English in 1974◆ Director (Ari Folman) says that the idea to put Lem's work to film came to him during film school. He describes how he reconsidered Lem's allegory of communist dictatorship into a more current setting, namely, the dictatorship in the entertainment business, and expresses his belief that he preserved the spirit of the book despite going far away from it◆ Ari also directed the 2008 Israeli animated war documentary (Waltz with Bashir)◆ The animation for The Congress was created by the (Bridgit Folman Film Gang) based in Israel, supervising 6 animation studios worldwide. As in (Waltz with Bashir), Folman worked with (David Polonsky) as the artistic director and (Yoni Goodman) as the animation director◆ Principal live action filming was done in the United States and Germany from February to March of 2011◆ Folman began working on the film in 2008, securing additional financing in 2011 from French bank Coficine-Natixis◆
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filmtrivia : As Robin Wright is about to enter the animated zone, the Gate Guard tells her that the only way back to reality will be the next time she sees him. As she takes the pill to re-enter the real world, the Gate Guard can be seen as the bartender◆The interior of the huge dome where the futuristic congress takes place, during the animated sequence, is based on the Reich's Great Hall, a massive project made by Hitler and his Minister of Defense, Albert Speer. The building, if it had been built, would have been 1000 ft. tall and able to house 15,000 spectators, making it the largest interior space up to date◆The cinematography for the live-action scenes is by Michal Englert, the Polish cameraman who recently won the Sundance Festival's Best Cinematography award for his work on Jacek Borcuch's 2013 film Lasting◆The Congress premiered at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival on May 15th, 2013◆ It was elected as best animated feature film at the 26th European Film Awards◆
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Jim Harrison’s novel (Legends of the Fall) was published in 1979◆ The title refers to the biblical fall from innocence◆The film makers originally envisioned (Sean Conneryfor the role of Colonel Ludlow, and Tom Cruise for Tristan. Johnny Depp was offerd but had to turn down the role of Tristan due to scheduling conflicts◆ Both Samantha Mathis and Gwyneth Paltrow auditioned for the role of Susannah◆ It took director (Edward Zwick) 17 years to get this project up on screen◆ Before this film Brad Pitt & Julia Ormond had never ridden horses before. They had a couple of weeks of training/lessons in Burbank California before filming◆The book (Colonel Ludlow) is reading the night the boys announce that they're going to war is the short story (Rikki-Tikki-Tavi) by Rudyard Kipling in "The Jungle Book" volume two◆ In the novel, Samuel is killed while off on a mission and Tristan doesn't see him get shot like he does in the movie because he was in the military camp◆ Susannah (Julia Ormond) was never with Samuel in the novel. She is introduced later in the novel as a love interest to Tristan- she then gets her heart broken by Tristan and marries Alfred. The movie made Susannah a love interest to Samuel early on in the film to add further complications to Susannah’s ties to the Ludlow family. This eliminated Samuel’s brief love interest with a local girl who only gets a page or so in the book◆ Also the book (Isabel II) gets shot in the forehead, not the chest and Tristan latee scalps the man who shot her◆ After Tristan beats up the officer who shot (Isabel II), he is held down and hit by John O'Banion played by (Robert Wisden). Robert accidentally hit Brad Pitt in the eye for real. This scene was filmed before the tennis playing scene that takes place earlier in the film. You can see Brad Pitt's black eye while he's talking to Samuel about Susannah wanting to lose her virginity. Brad Pitt and the director simply had Tristan tell Samuel that a horse he was breaking in had caused the black eye◆
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filmtrivia : In this film Brad Pitt and Julia Ormond play star-crossed lovers of about the same age. In 2008's (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) Julia Ormond plays Brad Pitt's daughter◆ Pitt and Julia Ormond rented a home together during production. Pitt admitted that it added to the sexual tension between the two of them which their characters needed◆ Pitt had to shoot some of the scenes that take place towards the end of the movie first because he was scheduled to start filming 1995's (Se7en) before the end of production of Legends◆ Director (Edward Zwick) saw Julia Ormond in a 1992 television movie called (Stalin) with Robert Duvall and liked her performance. She flew from England to New York while Brad Pitt and Edward took a red eye to meet with her in a hotel where they did the reading. They both said they found their Susannah after she read◆ When young (Isabel) says that her mongoose is named (Tristan's lady) Susannah mentioned the story of (Tristan & Isolde) which was a tragic love story about an adulterous love between Cornish knight (Tristan) and the Irish princess (Isolde). This foreshadows the events that will later happen in the film◆ The calf stuck in the barbed wire that reminds Tristan of Samuel was given valium. The barbed wire was made out of rubber◆ It was actually summertime when the entire family gathers around Samuel's grave. Fake snow was put around so the shot is an overhead shot because there wasn't enough fake snow to put on the ground for a wide shot to convey winter◆ Some of the tents for the soldiers seen in the Military camp right before Tristan visits a wounded Alfred are made out of cardboard. Brad Pitt found this out while he was doing the commentary years later and was shocked that the movie was made on so little money looking as grand as it did. The budget was 30 million dollars. In the early 90's that was very small for a motion picture◆
filmtrivia : In the book, Susannah (being bored at a gubernatorial party in her home) goes to the green house and finds Tristan who had just arrived to see Alfred. She breaks down, strips naked and tells Tristan to make love to her. Alfred walks in and points a gun at Tristan thinking he was trying to seduce her. Then Alfred puts the gun to his own head and Tristan knocks the gun away. The scene wasn't working so after a long day of shooting Edward just scrapped the scene. In the film all they show is Susannah leaving to go commit suicide upstairs in the bedroom◆ There is a deleted scene where Tristan goes into a mental institution after he is discharge from the army. He almost scalps his therapist but then decides let him go. Afterwards,  he goes to New Guinea to visit his grandfather. These deleted scene can be seen in the (speacial features) on the dvd◆ The filmmakers had 3 days to transform modern day Vancouver Canada into (1915 to 1920) Helena montana. They hung miles of wire to show the congestion of the booming time period◆ In real life, the yellowish green mustard gas Samuel gets hit with that blinds him before he gets shot would have made him cough out his insides◆ The cast and crew went to a lot of Native American rituals before and during production◆ When Samuel dies in Tristan's arms, blood is dripping down the side of Samuel's mouth. When Brad Pitt tries to pick him up the blood is gone. The blood reappears right before Tristan cuts out Samuels heart to send it home to his father◆ The story kicks off in 1914 and spans from through the Prohibition era, and into the 1930s, ending with a brief scene set in 1963◆ Calgary, Canada was chosen as the main filming location because of its dry weather. Once production started, they were met with record rainfalls. Moving filming from Montana to Canada saved the production $2 million dollars◆
filmtrivia : Brad Pitt and Anthony Hopkins went on to star together in the 1998 film (Meet Joe Black)◆ Gordon Tootoosis who potrays (One Stab) appeared with Anthony Hopkins in the 1997 film (The Edge)◆ Bart The Bear (seen throughout Legends Of The Fall) is the same bear hunting Hopkins in The Edge◆ Animal trainers (Doug Seuss) and (Lynne Seus) of Wasatch Rocky Mountain Wildlife, Inc. in Heber City, Utah trained Bart◆ Doug Seus plays the older Tristan who fights the bear in the very last scene of the film. Bart the bear was 9'6 ft tall and weighed 1,500 pounds◆ Anthony Hopkins called Bart "The John Wayne of Bears"◆ In May 10, 2000 Bart died of cancer at the age of 23 while filming the television documentary Growing Up Grizzly which was ironically narrated by Brad Pitt◆
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In the original script Proximo (Oliver Reed) survived & was suppose to bury the figures in the sand of the Coliseum at the end. After Reed's death during production, they had Juba (Djimon Hounsou) bury the small wooden figures. A digital body double of Proximo was created after Reeds death. The scenes cost an estimated $3.2 million for two minutes of additional footage of Proximo. The film is dedicated to Reed's memory◆ The iconic shot of Maximus's hand brushing the stalks of wheat is not Russell Crowe's hand. It belongs to Crowe's double (Stuart Clarke)◆ Jude Law at one point was being considered for the role of Commodus before (Joaquin Phoenix) landed the role◆ The real Marcus Aurelius (Richard Harris) died of the plague,not from being smothered during an embrace by Commodus. Later on in the film, Gracchus asks Commodus the ironic question if he had ever "embraced someone dying of plague"◆Russell Crowe began shooting Gladiator a few months after his 1999 film (The Insider) wrapped. He had gained upwards of 40 pounds for his Oscar-nominated role in (The Insider) and yet lost it all before Gladiator began. He claims he did nothing special other than normal work on his farm in Australia◆ Mel Gibson was offered the lead role of Maximus, but turned it down because at 43 he felt he was too old to play the role. Russell Crowe was 35 during production.  Mel was famous for playing "Max" Rockatansky, a vengeful Ex cop whose wife and son were murdered in 1979's "Mad Max". General Maximus's wife and son are murdered also◆ Connie Nielsen(Lucilla) found the 2000-year-old signet ring which she wears in the movie, in an antique store◆
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The original screenplay was about a bunch of Goonie-type 5th and 6th grade vampires. The Frog Brothers were chubby 8 year old cub scouts. Star was originally a boy instead of a love interest. Joel Schumacher hated that idea and told the producers he would only sign on if he could change them to teenagers◆ Kiefer Sutherland was only meant to wear the black gloves he wears as David when riding the motorbike. However, while messing around on the bike behind-the-scenes, he fell off, breaking his hand so he had to wear the gloves through out the whole movie to cover his cast◆ Executive producer (Richard Donner) originally intended to direct the movie himself, but as production languished, he moved on to direct (Lethal Weapon)◆After Donner passed on directing, Mary Lambert (director of Pet Cemetery) was brought in but left due to creative differences◆ Eventually Joel Schumacher was hired after (Lauren Shuler Donner) recommended him. Lauren is Richard Donner's wife◆ When Max first arrives at Lucy's house for dinner he does not enter until invited in by Michael. This echoes many vampire films in which- according to vampire myths, vampires must be invited in before they can enter someone's home◆ There was an 80's party Halloween scene In Jami Gertz' 2002 sit-com (Still Standin) where she showed up wearing the same white dress and all the accessories that went with it that she wore in (The Lost Boys) when Jason Patric (Michael) first sees her at the boardwalk.
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filmtrivia : Alex Winter (Marko) is now prodomintley a director and has given up acting. Alex is best known for playing Bill Preston in (The Bill and Ted) movies◆ These days you can see (Edward Herrmann) who played (Max) in (Gilmore Girls) playing Lorelais' dad Richard◆ The Lost Boys was (Jamison Newlander's) first major acting role and apart from making a cameo in 1988's (The Blob) his acting career never really took off. He played Alan Frog in Lost Boys◆ Laddie is the missing boy on the milk carton that Lucy picks up off the floor. He is not a relative of Star, just a boy the vampires picked up as a companion for Star◆ In the cave of the Lost Boys you can see a poster of Jim Morrison who recorded the original version of (People are Strange) with The Doors. When Star and Laddie are being carried into Sam's room, you can see a poster of (Echo & the Bunnymen) who recorded the version used in the film◆ All of (Kelly Jo Minter's) scenes were deleted from the film. She is only seen once over Lucy's shoulder in the video store. Her scenes can be seen on the special features of the  Lost Boys DVD released in 2004◆ In the movie (Dream a little Dream) Corey Feldman has a Lost Boys poster in his room◆ If you look closely in the scene where Lucy and Max meet in the video store, behind Max is a poster for the fellow vampire/comedy flick (Once Bitten) starring Lauren Hutton and Jim Carrey◆
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After Christopher Nolan watched the film (Thank You for Smoking) he thought that (Aaron Eckhart) would be perfect for Harvey Dent. Ironically, that film was released the same year as Batman Begins and Katie Holmes (who played Rachel Dawes in Batman Begins) was a "love" interest to Eckharts character in (Thank You for Smoking). Looking back now, it's strange watching Katie Holmes in (Thank You For Smoking) share the screen with Aaron Eckhart who would go on to play Harvey Dent three years later◆ In both (Thank You For Smoking) & (The Dark Knight) Aaron Eckhart's character is kidnapped resulting in him being hospitalized. The only difference is, In (Thank You For Smoking) his character (Nick Naylor) goes from bad to good- where as in The Dark Knight you already know what happens to Harvey Dent◆ Even though Nolan offered her the part, Katie Holmes decided not to reprise her role as Rachel Dawes. Sarah Michelle Gellar, Isla Fisher, Emily Blunt and Rachel McAdams were all being considered before Maggie Gyllenhaal stepped in◆ Christian Bale's real voice during filming was more toned down. The rougher grittier growls were added during post-production ADR sessions under the decision of Nolan◆ The Dark Knight takes place 9 months after Batman Begins ended◆ Matt Damon was heavily considered for the part of Harvey Dent, but had to turn it down because of a scheduling conflict with the film Invictus◆Before Aaron Eckharts availability,  Ryan Phillippe, Mark Ruffalo, Liev Schreiber, & Josh Lucas were all being considered for Harvey Dent◆ Bob Hoskins and James Gandolfini auditioned for the part of Sal Maroni◆ TDK is the first Batman movie that does not feature Bruce Wayne's mansion. In the comics, from 1969 to the early 1980s, Batman had moved out of Wayne Manor and lived in a penthouse on top of his Wayne Foundation building with a secret Batcave below which he could access through a hidden elevator connection to the penthouse◆ Bruce Wayne's reasons for needing a new Batsuit (to be faster and more agile) were the real reasons why Nolan wanted the Batsuit to be redesigned for this film◆
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filmtrivia : Jerry Robinson, one of the original creators of the Joker back in 1940, was hired as a consultant on the film◆ In 1939 District Attorney (Anthony Quinn) became (The Black Bat) after being blinded and disfigured by acid. This idea was borrowed a few years later by DC Comics for the creation of Two-Face/Harvey Dent who made his debut in August 1942. The Black Bat also inspired the unique gauntlets that Batman wears on his gloves◆ In one draft of the script, Rachel Dawes is revealed as being a relative of the Grayson family but Nolan had it removed. The Graysons meaning (Dick Grayson) The first Robin◆ Bale did not pack on as much muscle for this film as he did for Batman Begins, because the new Batsuit is leaner and more flexible◆ Christian Bale got to keep the Batman mask from the movie◆ The Dark Knight made more money in 6 days than Batman Begins's entire domestic run◆ One of the films Nolan drew inspiration from and screened for the cast & crew  was Michael Mann's 1995 film Heat. William Fichtner (who starred in Heat) potrays the Gotham National Bank manager who shoots back at the bank robbers◆ Morgan Freeman worked concurrently on both The Dark Knight & the film (Wanted) which was also being filmed in Chicago in 2007◆ Going to Hong Kong made this the first Batman movie where Batman operates outside of Gotham- Also the first to depict Two-Face's origin◆ Aaron Eckhart is the third actor to play Harvey Dent in a feature film. Billy Dee Williams played a pre-disfigured Dent in 1989's Batman. Tommy Lee Jones took the role In 1995's Batman Forever. Tommy Lee Jones & Aaron Eckhart starred together in the 2003 film (The Missing)◆ While the film is dedicated to Heath Ledger, it also bears a dedication to (Conway Wickliffe) a stuntman who was killed when the car he was driving crashed◆ Bruce Wayne drives a Lamborghini Murcielago in the movie. The Spanish word for "bat" is "murciélago"◆ Bruce references (Ra's Al Ghul's) teachings in his statement to Alfred when speaking about on The Joker) "Criminals aren't complicated Alfred"◆
filmtrivia : Bale is the second actor to repeat the part of Batman for a second time (after Michael Keaton)◆ Aaron Eckhart appeared in the 2006 film (The Black Dahlia) in which a murder victim is left with a Glasgow smile- similar to the one The Joker has◆ The character of Mr. Reese is an allusion to The Riddler. Mr. Reese sounds like (mysteries)◆ Spawn & Batman met in a 1994 comic book crossover written by Frank Miller. Michael Jai White (who plays Gambol) potrayed Spawn in the 1997 film Spawn◆ Nestor Carbonell, who plays the mayor of Gotham,  also played "Bat Manuel", a parody of Batman, in the live action tv series The Tick◆ The member of the SWAT team that says (we'll be like turkeys on Thanksgiving down there) is actor Nicky Katt who potrayed the bully (Clint Bruno) in the movie Dazed & Confused◆ Cillian Murphy reprises his role as Jonathan Crane/Scarecrow from Batman Begins. This makes him the first actor to reprise the role of a Batman villain in the whole film series◆ During the Hong Kong action scene (to bring Lau back), Batman shoots time-bombs on the glass which has a time of 2:22 minutes. The bombs explode almost exactly after 2 minutes 20 seconds in real time, which shows that the action could happen in almost 2 minutes◆Warner Brothers were under legal action for infringement by the city of (Batman, Turkey). This is most likely due to the fact that it made over a billion dollars since they never attempted to sue before◆This is only Batman movie where Batman does not use a batarang◆ Aaron Eckhart modeled his performance in part after (Robert F. Kennedy) both in terms of his initially polished, dashing appearance and his preoccupation with revenge◆ Wayne's penthouse was actually shot on the ground floor of an office building in downtown Chicago. During the daytime the same exact space was re-dressed and used for Harvey Dent's press conference scenes◆ This was the first Batman film with no live-action or CGI bats◆
filmtrivia : Actor/musician Dwight Yoakam turned down two different roles in this film. One was for the part of Det. Wuertz (later played by Ron Dean), as well as the small part of the Gotham National Bank manager (portrayed by William Fichtner) featured at the very beginning★THE JOKER★ The genesis of the Joker started in 1928. The inspiration originated from the character (Gwynplaine) in the 1928 silent film (The Man Who Laughs). Gwynplaine potrayed by (Conrad Veidt) has a disfigured face, and a grim carnival freak-like grin in the film. It was was an adaptation of Victor Hugo's novel of the same name◆ Heath Ledger at first did not want to be part of Christopher Nolan's Batman franchise. He first met with Nolan when the director was interested in casting him as Bruce Wayne in 2005's Batman Begins. Nolan said that Ledger told him that he would never take a part in a superhero film. Ledger changed his mind after seeing the realism direction of 2005's (Batman Begins) and later asked to play The Joker in The Dark Knight◆ Paul Bettany, Lachy Hulme, Adrien Brody, Steve Carell and Robin Williams all publicly expressed interest in playing The Joker- but Ledger had always been Christopher Nolan's one and only choice before there was even a script◆ Heath hid away in a motel room for weeks in seclusion developing his take on The Joker. His goal was to create a tone and a voice that didn't echo the work of Jack Nicholson's 1989 performance as the Joker◆ Ledger started a joker diary scribbling down the darkest and most perverse things he could think of to try and get inside the mind of one of pop culture's most famous villains. He wrote out a list of things that would make the Joker laugh, including blind babies, landmines and AIDS. He worked on this journal during the 6 week period in the hotel room and kept the dairy throughout the production of the film◆ Heath improvised the Joker's clapping when Gordon is promoted to Commissioner. Nolan told the crew to keep filming and ended up keeping it in the film◆The Joker's distinctive tongue flip grew out of Ledger's own habit of doing it◆
filmtrivia : During the hospital scene, when The Joker is dressed as a nurse, his name tag reads (Matilda) which is the name of Ledger's real life daughter ◆ In the original 1960's Batman TV series, The Joker played by (Cesar Romero) wears a clown mask when hijacking a performance of Pagliacci. Heath Ledger's clown mask in the opening of The Dark Knight is almost exactly the same as the mask worn by Cesar Romero◆The Joker's look and style was primarily based on the punk rocker Sid Vicious (who Gary Oldman potrayed in the 1986 film -Sid and Nancy) combined with the psychotic mannerisms of Malcolm McDowell's character (Alex De Large) from (A Clockwork Orange)◆ The truck the Joker was shooting Harvey's transport from said (laughter) on the side of it. The Joker added a large red S that turned it into the word (slaughter)◆ When he takes over driving the semi after his driver is killed, the bullet holes on the windshield form a smiley face◆ Heath directed both homemade videos that the Joker sends to Gotham City News himself. The first video involving the fake Batman was done under Nolan's supervision. Nolan thought Ledger did so well with that sequence, he felt no need for him to be there when it came time to film the scene where reporter Mike Engel reads the Joker's statement upside down◆ Michael Caine said he'd never met Ledger before, so when The Joker arrived at the pent house party looking for Harvey, he gave Caine such a fright he forgot his lines◆ Ledger came up with the idea that the Joker should have white makeup on his hands, implying that the Joker would have applied his facial makeup himself and gotten his hands dirty in the process◆ Ledger himself designed the Joker makeup using cosmetics he bought at a drugstore. The makeup team then replicated the look using high tech, stamped silicone that looked the same every day of filming◆The costume designers based Joker's attire on Sex Pistol's frontman Johnny Rotten, Vivienne Westwood, Iggy Pop, and Alexander McQueen◆
filmtrivia : The film uses a number of elements from The Joker's first appearance in the comics in 1940. Such as The Joker falling from the Prewitt building - it mirrors a scene from the comic in which the Joker falls from a penthouse scaffolding, but is caught by the Batman. Joker publicly announces his crimes before committing them, removes his make-up and disguises himself as a police officer to gain access to a person he threatened to kill, using a powerful bomb smuggled into jail to escape, stealing and killing not for personal gain but simply to create chaos and disorder, and infringes upon the city's old-fashioned mobsters. All these instances happend in The Joker's first ever 2 appearances◆ Democratic Senator of Vermont (Patrick Leahy) is a huge Batman fan. He is the man that reminds The Joker of his father. The Joker grabs him & says (AND I HATED MY FATHER) Patrick Leahy also appeared in the 1997 film Batman & Robin◆ The date seen on Gordon's security camera photo of The Joker taken during the bank heist reads (June 18th, 2008) which was the U.S. theatrical release date of the The Dark Knight◆ Christopher Nolan, Jonathan Nolan, and David S. Goyer, made the decision very early on not to explore The Joker's origins. This was so the character could be presented as an absolute◆ The fate of the Joker is never revealed in (The Dark Knight Rises) but the movie's tie-in novelization by Greg Cox says that {Now that the Dent Act had made it all but impossible for the city’s criminals to cop an insanity plea, it (Blackgate Prison) had replaced Arkham Asylum as a preferred location for imprisoning both convicted and suspected felons. The worst of the worst were sent here, except for the Joker, who, rumor had it, was locked away as Arkham’s sole remaining inmate. Or perhaps he had escaped. Nobody was really sure. Not even Selina}◆ Heath Ledger is the youngest actor to have played the Joker. Before he died he said that the Joker was his favorite role. His posthumous Oscar nomination for (Best Supporting Actor) as the Joker was announced on the first anniversary of his death.
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Despite being frequently referred to as a sequel to 1965's (For a Few Dollars More), and 1964's (Fist Full Of Dollars) this film is set during the American Civil War. The two previous films took place after the Civil War. This film is a prequel. In fact, throughout this film Clint Eastwood's character does not wear his signature poncho. He picks it up next to a young dead soldier towards the end of the film◆The skeleton found by Tuco inside the wrong coffin at Sad Hill cemetery was a real human skeleton. A deceased Spanish actress wrote in her will she wanted to act even after her death◆ Composer (Ennio Morricone's) iconic theme music was designed in places to mimic the sound of crying hyena◆ In the scene where the bridge is blown up, and Tuco and Blondie are hunkered down behind sandbags waiting for the explosion, Clint Eastwood's career came within 2 feet of ending prematurely. A fist-sized piece of rock shrapnel from the explosion slammed into the sandbag right next to Eastwood's head (watch it in slow motion to see the rock flying in)◆ During the scene right before the final duel where Tuco (Eli Wallach) is running frantically through the cemetery, a dog can be seen running on-screen at the beginning of the scene. In reality, that was improvised on the spot. Director (Sergio Leone) who was afraid that the scene was going to slip into melodrama released the dog without informing Eli Wallach. The look of surprise while running was genuine◆ Charles Bronson was offered both the roles of Tuco and Angel Eyes but turned down both roles◆
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filmtrivia : Orson Welles warned Sergio Leone not to make this movie on the grounds that Civil War pictures were box office poison◆ Even though this movie does not have the word "Dollars" in its title, it is grouped with (A Fistful of Dollars) and (For a Few Dollars More) as part of the "Dollars Trilogy"◆ Clint Eastwood, Mario Brega, Benito Stefanelli, Aldo Sambrell, Lorenzo Robledo, and Antonio Molino Rojo are the only actors to appear in all 3 of the Dollars films◆Due to the height difference between Clint and Eli (9 inches) It was sometimes difficult to include them in the same frame◆ Tuco tells his brother Father Pablo Ramirez (played by Luigi Pistilli) "Where we came from, if one did not want to die of poverty, one became a priest or a bandit!". Ironically, in (For a Few Dollars More) Pistilli played a bandit◆ Leone originally titled his story (The Magnificent Rogues) and (The Two Magnificent Tramps) but impulsively changed it during a meeting in which he was pitching the story to United Artists executives Arnold Picker and Arthur Krim. The improvised new title amused them both, and they agreed to put between $1.2 and $1.6 million to make it and retain North American distribution rights◆ The story was written by (Luciano Vincenzoni). Leone built upon Vincenzoni's concept of showing the absurdity of war. Sergio was an avid history buff. He was not ignorant of the fact that both the North & South had prison camps during The Civil War◆ The prison camp "Betterville" was inspired by the actual Confederate prison camp of Andersonville, where thousands of Union prisoners died, and based on steel engravings of Andersonville from August 1864◆
filmtrivia : By the end of filming, Eastwood had finally had enough of Leone's perfectionist directorial traits. Leone, often forcefully, insisted on shooting scenes from many different angles, paying attention to the most minute of details, which would often exhaust the actors. Eastwood dealt with the stress of being directed by him by making jokes about his weight and size giving him the nickname (Yosemite Sam) for his bad temperament. Eastwood was never directed by Leone again, and later turning down the role of (Harmonica) in the 1968 film (Once Upon a Time in the West) in which Leone had personally flown to Los Angeles to give him the script. Years later, Leone exacted his revenge upon Clint during the filming of (Once Upon a Time in America) when he described Eastwood's abilities as an actor as being like a block of marble and inferior to the acting abilities of Robert De Niro, saying, "Eastwood moves like a sleepwalker between explosions and hails of bullets. He also said Robert is an actor, Clint is a star but not an actor. Robert suffers, Clint yawns◆ Towards the end of Sergio's life they had reconciled when Sergio reached out to Clint when he found out that Clint was in Rome. They came to a peaceful understanding over numerous dinners together. These dinners took place just a few months before Sergio died on April 30, 1989 at the age of 60. Eastwood dedicated his 1992 western classic (Unforgiven) to Sergio Leone and Don Siegel whom he considered two of his major directing influences.
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