The title, lyrics and music video has a kind of George Orwell 1984 vibe to it. Eventually, he grew to be too big for this show and moved on to the silver screen. White Nights on the other hand, well, this is the first time I’ve heard of it!
Ready for some weird movie trivia? This is the kind of movie trivia that you just can’t make up. Even though some of this stuff may seem as though it cannot possibly have even the slightest tinge of truth, that it must be some kind of urban legend, I can guarantee you that it really is all true. Or, at least, as true as I can tell. You can do your own research if you feel that you are being duped. And if by chance you do find out that this movie trivia really is too weird to be true, then let us all know.
Question: You 12 years a slave awards years a slave awards for Best Adapted Screenplay for “The Descendants.” Was your experience working on that film at all helpful in preparing you for this project?
Another director that is impossible to overlook is Steven Spielberg. Some of Spielberg’s most recent movies include Saving Private Ryan, The Terminal, Munich, War Of The Worlds, and Minority Report.
But not only Sean Connery is the famous Scot who wears kilt in Hollywood. We have here also James McAvoy, Ewan McGregor or Gerald Butler. Kyle McLachlan, well-known from “Twin Peaks”, even gave his support in Dressed to Kilt Charity Fashion Show that was organised to raise funds for the Wounded Warrior Project. As it comes to girls we can name here Victoria Beckham or Paris Hilton.
One other director that has to be mentioned on any list of mine is Quentin Tarantino. Where do I even begin? Some of his best movies include Kill Bill: Vol 1, Pulp Fiction, Inglorious Basterds, and Reservoir Dogs.
This film is a fictionalized version of the life of boxer Jack Johnson. James Earl Jones plays the part of boxer Jack Jefferson who becomes the first African American Heavy Weight Champion of the World in the early 1900’s. The movie deals with the racism and hatred that is directed at Jefferson for his refusal to accept his place in society.
I would be remiss to make a list of Tommy Lee Jones’ best movies without including Under Siege. I have not heard anyone talk about this movie in years, but when it came out, this was easily one of my favorite action movies. This is probably Steven Segal’s best movie and he plays the part of a cook to perfection.
I think audiences appreciate the cinematography of a film. It not necessarily that they have to pinpoint things and say, “Oh, this is that,” but good cinematography allows them to read the movie. The cinematography is the language of it. They don’t necessarily have to understand what cinematography is as long as the movie can be read in the right way. I think audiences now are much more sophisticated and aware of the process, but if the movie works and is coherent the cinematography has already done its job.