Mutiny on the Bounty (1935) Directed by Frank Lloyd Based on the book Mutiny on the Bounty by Charles Nordhoff,
The 2010 documentary Exit Through the Gift Shop is a look at the culture of underground art. Directed by the elusive Banksy, the film focuses on the eccentric Frenchman Thierry Guetta and his obsession with street art.
Ray Fernandez and Martha are con artists who prey on lonely women with money. Their crimes escalate to murder as they travel the country looking for new marks.
Two vacationers find themselves getting more than they bargained for over the holiday season.
With everyone doubting his claims of being from the North Pole Buddy is faced with the challenge of saving Christmas and making them believers.
The era of silent films was ending but Chaplin made this film despite the changing business. Like the main character in Modern Times Chaplin was rebelling against the new technology and they way it would change the world.
The chaos continues with Clark trying to light his home with 250 strings of lights while fighting to keep the Christmas spirit. In the end it’s guaranteed to be another Griswold experience all the way.
Daniel Day-Lewis plays a role that feels very natural and succeeds in every way. The young Camilla Belle takes on her role wonderfully as she portrays a character who matures throughout the film.
The movie isn’t the best work of Stewart’s career but it’s a fun film to watch. Stewart sings and plays the harmonica throughout the film showcasing his range of talents.