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Into The Wild
Into The Wild is an unbelievable true story of a top student and athlete who abandons everything he has and hitchhikes to Alaska to live in the wilderness. This movie will probably stay with you forever.
It’s an inspiring story taking place in the most incredible landscapes of Alaska. If you choose just a few movies to watch from this list, definitely include this one in your selection!
Best Sex Scenes of All Time That Are Too Hot to Watch
2019-4-5 · Here are the 101 best sex scenes of all time, from steamy foreign classics to Hollywood’s lustiest movies like Basic Instinct and Wild Things.
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Before Sunrise Before Sunset Before Midnight
If you like Europe and deep meaningful dialogues with a good dose of humor, you’ll love this trilogy called Before Sunrise, Before Sunset, and Before Midnight. We only discovered these films recently when we accidentally saw the first one, Before Sunrise, on TV.
Regarded as one of the most significant films of the ’90s, Before Sunrise, was followed by two more sequels. We watched all three films and loved every second of it.
The first movie takes you to Vienna, Austria, the second one – to Paris, and the third – to the Greek Islands.
These travel films are probably not for everyone, but if you can appreciate this style, you’ll love them all!
200 Erotic Movies Ranked Worst to Best Rotten …
2020-7-30 · 200 Erotic Movies Ranked Worst to Best. Things are about to get juicy at Rotten Tomatoes! For our giant-sized countdown of erotic movies, we go deep into the annals of cinema history and pull out some prime ’80s sleaze (9 1/2 Weeks, Body Double), international and arthouse flicks (3-D Sex and Zen, Romance), LGBTQ-focused (Blue is the Warmest Color, Stranger by the Lake), and threw in stuff …
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The Devil at 4 O’Clock (1961)
A small Polynesian island is home to a varied population including the young residents of a children’s hospital suffering from leprosy. It’s every man for himself when the island’s volcano begins to shake the earth, but four remain behind to rescue the kids including a disgraced priest and three convicts fresh off a chain gang.
Big disaster pictures are pretty common these days, but while today’s examples are heavy on CG and Dwayne Johnson, the genre’s older titles often relied on A-list stars. Look at the cast lists for films like The Towering Inferno (1974) and Earthquake (1974), and you’ll see an incredible collection of Academy Award winners, box-office leaders, and familiar faces. This far earlier entry gets the trend started with its two leading roles occupied by Spencer Tracy and Frank Sinatra. Both actors take the effects-driven drama seriously, and that, in turn, adds weight to the character drama, interactions, and outcomes.
The film’s split pretty evenly between the character setups and ensuing action, but both halves work well in engaging viewers whether it be through performances, story, or action set-pieces. The action’s pretty spiffy too, with a fairly epic volcano spewing lava and rock across the island, and it results in some solidly suspenseful sequences as the men try to save the children left behind. From parachuting out of a plane to reach the hospital to forging a river of lava, it’s a thrilling watch leading to a scene of sacrifice and salvation that lands with real emotion.
The Pack (1977)
A small island community enjoying the peace and quiet of the off-season finds terror instead in the form of wild dogs. The canines have grown hungry and feral from neglect, and as their numbers grow, they begin growing bolder in their attacks on livestock, pets, and people.
Animal attack movies are among my favorite sub-genres of horror for the visceral thrills the good ones deliver. There’s just something appealing in their “man vs nature” mentality that reminds us that our place atop the food chain isn’t always a lock. The attacks are crafted to deliver suspense and anxiety and succeed with sequences set both in nature and in more confined spaces. One attack in a Volkswagen Beetle offers a terrific slice of claustrophobic terror as the dogs tear through the canvas roof. It’s frightening stuff and a sobering reminder that pets – like people – are still animals. Speaking of which, the great and frequently ferocious Joe Don Baker takes the lead here in the fight against the dogs while also still realizing the beasts aren’t to blame.
The film’s biggest strength is Robert Clouse’s direction, but his script is every bit as important here. There’s reason given to the dogs’ behavior making this almost a revenge tale of sorts. They’re animals brought to the island by seasonal vacationers who’ve then left them behind. The discarded dogs are simply surviving, and this motivation adds a pathos to the action. It all leads to an ending that delivers big thrills amid a fiery blaze before slowing down for a moment of redemption, sweetness, and compassion.
Save Release Date: June 6, 2015 Genre: Action , Adventure , Sci-fi , Thriller Runtime: 124 minutes Rating: PG-13 Director: Colin Trevorrow Buy at Save
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22 Of The Best Island Movies You Cant Miss
- Jaws (1975)
- Pirates Of The Caribbean (2003-2017)
- Swiss Army Man (2016)
- Pearl Harbor (2001)
- Eat, Pray, Love (2010)
- Battle Royal (2000)
- Six Days Seven Night (1998)
- The Bounty (1984)
- Escape From Alcatraz (1979)
- The Island (2005)
- The Thin Red Line (1998)
- Jurassic Park (1993)
- Fantasy Island (2020)
- The Perfect Getaway (2009)
- Papillon (1973)
- Lord Of The Flies (1990)
- Serenity (2019)
- George Of The Jungle (1997)
- The Beach (2000)
- Prey (2019)
- The Rock (1996)
- Dr. No (1962)