I Love Cinema

Personal Stories, Advice, and Support 401 People

    French Nouvelle Vague master Eric Rohmer

    directed L'Anglaise et le duc (Lady and the Duke) in 2001, when he was 81 years old. based on the autobiography of British aristocrat Grace Elliott, who was first King George IV's lover, and then in France had a relationship with Duke Philip of Orleans (cousin of King Louis XVI...
    Cierzo Cierzo
    46-50, M
    1 Response Aug 20, 2015

    Went to see Southpaw this weekend!

    Jake G really is one of my favorite actors and he gets better all the time ! it's one of best movies I've seen his year. Anyone else seen it what did you think of it ?
    monkeytune50 monkeytune50
    51-55, M
    Jul 26, 2015

    Palms- Artur Aristakisyan,

    Russia, 1993Filmed in a grainy black and white, this documentary film is a portrait of the lives of some beggars, cripples and other outcasts who live in the margins of society in the city of Kishinev. Narrated by the director addressing his unborn son, insisting in the idea...
    Cierzo Cierzo
    46-50, M
    Sep 12, 2015

    Love Stories

    During our life we experience Love in many forms..... as a child, for a pet, for a parent or sibbling.  Then as we get older....for friends of both genders, and then the love of our life (partner) and for some , our own children. Older still, some experience the pain of...
    c8lorraine c8lorraine
    56-60
    Aug 13, 2010

    Farewell Farley Granger

    Farley Granger, star of two Hitchcock classics, the claustrophobic 'Rope' and one of the finest films 'Strangers on a Train' has died at the age of 85. A couple of short clips in tribute.   
    mizzen123 mizzen123
    46-50, M
    Mar 29, 2011

    Serious Moonlight

    I watched "Serious Moonlight" today. I had never heard of it or known anyone who saw it. What a delightful film. A dark romance/comedy with Meg Ryan, Timothy Hutton, and Kristen Bell. The plot set up: After 13 years a man decides to leave his wife for a younger woman...
    EveOfEden EveOfEden
    41-45, F
    5 Responses Feb 5, 2011

    Rip Sidney Lumet

    Sidney Lumet, the great American director has died at the age of 86. He directed many films that have become classics: the wonderous 'Dog Day Afternoon' and 'Sepico' (both Pacino), the celebrated '12 Angry Men', 'Before The Devil Knows You're Dead (his final film, 'Network' which...
    mizzen123 mizzen123
    46-50, M
    Apr 10, 2011

    Taxi (Jafer Panahi, 2015)Jafer Panahi was

    banned by Iranian governement in 2010 from making films in travelling. Since then, he has made two films in secrecy in his own apartment, and a private house. This time, Panahi drives a taxi through the streets of Tehran. All kinds of people sit in the passenger seat, including...
    Cierzo Cierzo
    46-50, M
    1 Response Oct 10, 2015

    Dragon's return (Eduard Grecner,

    Slovakia, 1968)A man called Martin Lepis, called the Dragon by the locals, returns to the small village he was forced to leave years ago with the sole intention is to live his last years in peace. His former fiancee is now married, and her husband and the rest of the villagers...
    Cierzo Cierzo
    46-50, M
    Oct 2, 2015

    Going to see spider man with a couple of

    friends tonight! I like getting ready for special things hahaha And it's a holiday tomorrow here so no school!! Hahah yes!
    Jessoka Jessoka
    18-21, F
    Apr 30, 2014

    Last night I watched: "7 psychopaths" (2012).

    It was so good: action, horror, black comedy! It was satirical, it had parody to action films, it had a great plot (although senseless at times! but that made it for the jokes) Awesome actors! Even Harry Dean Staton was there! Tom Waits! Christopher walker! it had wonderful...
    oneiric13 oneiric13
    26-30, M
    Oct 5, 2015

    I do love going but since I've seperated I tend

    not to go much. Considering it alone tonight. I feel awkward though. Which is strange because in my early twenties I used to go all the time on my own.
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    Jul 12, 2015

    I Enjoy Robert Zemeckis' Filmography.

     I like that he always tries to do something different. He's written, directed, produced as well as appeared as himself in many documentaries. Here's a list of his work I've enjoyed: Romancing the Stone (1984, Director) Back to the Future (1985, Writer and Director) The...
    4vrUnique 4vrUnique
    46-50
    1 Response Jul 29, 2009

    Mysteries of Lisbon.

    (Raoul Ruiz, 2010)Portugal, 19th century. Joao is a 14 year old boy living in a boarding school under the care of good-hearted Father Dinis, away from his mother. She is married to a man Joao knows is not his father, but he has never known who is the man who gave him life. When...
    Cierzo Cierzo
    46-50, M
    Aug 1, 2015

    I love going to the Cinema

    so tonight at 8:20pm to see the new Transformers movie🎥
    XxilovebmthxX XxilovebmthxX
    16-17, M
    Jul 12, 2014

    Inherent Vice (Paul Thomas Anderson,

    2014)I adore Paul Thomas Anderson. He is brilliant (but not irritating like the post-Goodfellas Scorsese), dark (but unlike Lynch, he has humour), kaleidoscopic (like the best Robert Altman, I have always seen Anderson as Altman's gifted disciple), and somewhat apocalyptic...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    Mar 14, 2015

    I Love A Good Movie, Especially One That Comments On Our Society.

    I love a good movie. I recently went to see Grown Ups, with Kevin James, Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Rob Schneider, and David Spade. I loved the fact that this movie celebrated the theme of family and friends, something we underestimate in today's world. I often think about how...
    Gabrielle555 Gabrielle555
    26-30, F
    Jul 6, 2010

    I think “The bald man” is a interesting

    title for a book or cinema. It has potential profound meaning.
    Yuanweicheng Yuanweicheng
    22-25, M
    Feb 22

    Diary for my children (Márta

    Mészáros, Hungary, 1984)Hungary, late 1940s. Fourteen year old Juli is brought back to Hungary after her exiled parents have died in the Soviet Union. There she will live with her grandfather and her foster-mother Magda, an important party officer and a dominant...
    Cierzo Cierzo
    46-50, M
    Aug 31, 2015

    Jennifer Jason Leigh Is An Excellent Actor!

    For many years, I used to go to the video store and choose films based on a particular actor. So over time I would see their full body of work. I could compare and see how much range they had. Not all actors have range. Some are character actors meaning they always play the same...
    4vrUnique 4vrUnique
    46-50
    7 Responses Aug 3, 2009

    Sorry to my Irish friend

    that Idolizes James Dean...I'm a Brando girl. If I were young when he was young, I would have potentially been the world's first stalker! http://youtu.be/y4yajZj6s5I
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    1 Response Sep 12, 2015

    I Collect Cinema Books

    I watch a lot of feature films at the movies and on TV. I also collect books on cinema and filmmaking.   My conversion or epiphany was as a small boy at the local suburban (Australian) 'fleapit' (the 'Hood' or 'Nabe' in America?). Then I joined local Film...
    cinemapages cinemapages
    41-45
    Apr 25, 2009

    I challenge everyone

    for a movie-refference based talk!
    h4ll h4ll
    26-30, F
    1 Response Oct 16, 2014

    Cinema Of Turkey

    There are lots of directors but,a few of them do quality films.. we may share films with each other,I mean,you share me about your country cinema,I share you about my country cinema,so we may able to discover lots of movies.. Thanks.
    yuriorlov yuriorlov
    18-21, M
    Feb 25, 2013

    If you support film, sign.

    Its to make california film permit fees for no budget films to be free/waived. https://www.change.org/p/california-film-commission-filmla-allow-no-budget-films-to-be-exempt-from-film-permit-fees
    supergirl805 supergirl805
    22-25, F
    Feb 1

    Here Is The Link!

    I have just established one group in Facebook.I show Turkish movie's and trailers.. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Turkish-Cinema/134291750084993?ref=tn_tnmn
    yuriorlov yuriorlov
    18-21, M
    1 Response Apr 27, 2013

    Kate Winslet

    So far this year seems to be a Kate Winslet year. I have seen 4 of her films. Titanic, Revolutionary Road, Little Children and The Reader. Which did I like best? I'm not sure. I thought I'd like Revolutionary Road because she was once again paired with Leonardo DiCaprio. Though...
    4vrUnique 4vrUnique
    46-50
    4 Responses Feb 24, 2010
    sroonaka616 sroonaka616
    18-21
    Apr 27, 2015

    El Verdugo (The Executioner),

    Luis Garcia Berlanga, Spain, 1963A funeral home employee marries an executioner's daughter, but in order to get an apartment for his family, he must agree to take over his father-in-law's job, hoping never actually having to perform it.This (very) black comedy has been widely...
    Cierzo Cierzo
    46-50, M
    1 Response Aug 5, 2015

    The Tracy Fragments

    This is a film starring a 20yr old Ellen Page, who's most famous for "Juno."     She made TTF just before that film. This film is very unusual.  Essentially the plot is a young girl has lost track of her younger brother and is trying to find him. ...
    EveOfEden EveOfEden
    41-45, F
    4 Responses Apr 26, 2010

    Kathy Bates

    I think Kathy Bates has a great agent. She seems to be in so many projects. I know she's more accepted since she won those Oscars & other awards, she's certainly deserved them. She's so believable in all her roles that I've seen. Plus she has so much variety. She's truly a well...
    4vrUnique 4vrUnique
    46-50
    Jul 26, 2012

    Best Film Villains

    I just answered this question by M3wow. She wanted to know 'the' favorite. Well you know me, I can't just choose one! Not possible. There are way too many good roles on film to be THAT selective. So I got excited and started thinking ... hmm... well of course Jennifer Jason Leigh...
    4vrUnique 4vrUnique
    46-50
    3 Responses Aug 6, 2011

    Dear Cinema Membership Card...

    ... I love you so much, I know how you're in my "monthly payments" list, but I can go watch a movie every single day 'for free' if I wanted to. You rid me of stress for a few hours and when I'm walking out of the movie theatre, I always feel inspired, like I just went on a 2 hour...
    Scarcollection Scarcollection
    22-25, F
    Dec 15, 2012

    Classic Films

    Imabear one of my circle members asked the basic question, What's your favorite Old Movie? Wow, now to me that's a loaded question. I can't answer that with only one film!!! No way! I know too many 'old' films. I was challenged to remember my favorites. It actually took me an...
    4vrUnique 4vrUnique
    46-50
    9 Responses Aug 12, 2010

    Every Kind of Cinema

    French, American, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, south American, Danish, Italian... Some of my favorite directors are : Stanley Kubrick, Tim Burton's, Jeunet / Caro, Michel Gondry...
    CeeHorse CeeHorse
    22-25, M
    3 Responses Mar 23, 2007

    I thoroughly enjoy the escapism of going to the

    cinema and the theatre and becoming lost in the narrative and share in the power of what a scene, a score and a performance can convey to an audience. I discovered last year that my local cinema hosts live streams of the opera and ballet from the English national opera house...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    Apr 27, 2015

    Chris Messina & Bokeem Woodbine

    I just finished watching 'Devil', a film by M. Night Shyamalan. Suspenseful and strange, just his realm. The police detective, Bowman, really looked familiar and I couldn't place him. So when I read the credits, he was played by Chris Messina. Well the name didn't ring a bell. I...
    4vrUnique 4vrUnique
    46-50
    Sep 18, 2011

    Super 8

    I watched super 8 movie on sunday, to be honest it was good at start but i felt a part after 30mins, poor script, never understood why they call super8
    lahoria1982 lahoria1982
    26-30, M
    1 Response Aug 10, 2011

    Watched Leon for the second time.

    Hit hard in the feelings.
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    Nov 28, 2015
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