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Open Range (2003) - "You the one who killed our friend?" - Clip
 
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"Open Range" is one of Kevin Costner's finest films. This is a clip from the final showdown in the film.
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Crimson Tide - Mutiny Scene -
 
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Gene Hackman and Denzel Washington show us how to act and excel at it.
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How I Met Your Mother - Hopeless -
 
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Deciding where to go out at night.
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Crazy Stupid Love - "Yup! She spit in that."-
 
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Great scene. Great performances. Great film.
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Papillon - Steve McQueen Outstanding Performance in Solitary Confinement - HD
 
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Papillon almost confesses to the warden about Dega. Brilliant performance from Steve McQueen. "Papillon" (1973) Directed by Franklin J. Schaffner. Starring Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman
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Papillon - The Leper Scene - HD
 
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A leper offers a cigar to Papillon. Fantastic scene. "Papillon" (1973) Directed by Franklin J. Schaffner. Starring Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman
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Streets Of Fire (1984) 32 Years Later In-Depth Movie Review
 
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Support my work over at Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thefilmvibe?ty=h Film Vibe social media links: https://www.facebook.com/thefilmvibe (Facebook) https://twitter.com/TheFilmVibe (Twitter) Film Vibe Blog (Written versions of reviews) http://thefilmvibe.blogspot.pt “Streets of Fire” Directed by Walter Hill was released in 1984 and tells the story of a lone mercenary that comes back to his hometown to rescue his ex-girlfriend kidnapped by a dangerous gang. It stars Diane Lane, Willem Dafoe, Rick Moranis and Michael Paré in the lead role as Tom Cody. “Streets of Fire”’s biggest success is its soundtrack which contains very recognizable songs like “Nowhere Fast”. Still very popular today, over 30 years later. I think a lot of people don’t even know that song belongs to a film’s soundtrack. The film actually opens with that song and it opens beautifully. We meet Ellen Aim a famous singer as she gives a concert in her hometown. A dangerous gang lead by Willem Dafoe’s character, Raven, crashes the concert and kidnaps her. Tom Cody, Ellen’s ex-boyfriend is called by his sister Reva to come help get her back. He agrees to it after accepting payment from Ellen’s current boyfriend and manager Billy Fish played by Rick Moranis. An obvious plot ensues and the film delivers what it set out to deliver. The classic damsel in distress setup with a few twists and turns.
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The Lion King - Simba, Timon and Pumbaa Talk -
 
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Simba, Timon and Pumbaa talk about the stars at night. "The Lion King" 1994 Disney
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"When Harry Met Sally" Ending - "I hate you Harry"
 
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"When Harry Met Sally" (1989) Rob Reiner Billy Crystal & Meg Ryan The last scene. Harry finally confesses his love to Sally.
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The Art of Acting - Eva Green in "Penny Dreadful"
 
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The Art of Acting - Eva Green in "Penny Dreadful" Support my work over at Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thefilmvibe?ty=h In my opinion the best thing about “Penny Dreadful” is Eva Green. She delivers a performance for the ages. Her Vanessa Ives is a memorable character. She’s the backbone of the series and honestly the biggest drive I personally had to watch the series week after week. It’s a stellar performance from a brilliant actress. Film Vibe social media links: https://www.facebook.com/thefilmvibe (Facebook) https://twitter.com/TheFilmVibe (Twitter) Film Vibe Blog (Written versions of reviews) http://thefilmvibe.blogspot.com
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"When A Man Loves A Woman" Film Soundtrack (Zbigniew Preisner)
 
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Music composed by Zbigniew Preisner for the film "When a Man Loves a Woman" (1994)
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"Papa" from "A Little Princess" 1995. Music By Patrick Doyle
 
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Music from the 1995 film "A Little Princess". Music composed by Patrick Doyle. Track "Papa!"
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My Favorite Scene - "Cast Away" (2000) Robert Zemeckis
 
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Film Vibe social media links: https://www.facebook.com/thefilmvibe (Facebook) Support my work over at Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thefilmvibe?ty=h https://twitter.com/TheFilmVibe (Twitter) Film Vibe Blog (Written versions of reviews) http://thefilmvibe.blogspot.pt My favorite scene from “Cast Away “ is actually more of a moment than an actual scene. That moment occurs right after Chuck Noland manages to escape the island on the raft he built. It’s when he’s rowing further away and looking back at the island that slowly fades away behind the fog and the waves.
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Phantom Of The Opera (Original Cast) - The End - "Masquerade" and "All I Ask Of You" Reprises
 
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The very end of the popular Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical from the 80s. A beautiful piece of music.
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HOW TO Make a Movie (Part I) - The Filmmaking Process - Script Structure (Blake Snyder's Beat Sheet)
 
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HOW TO Make a Movie (Part I) - The Process of Filmmaking - Script Structure - Blake Snyder's Beat Sheet We all have at the very least a very basic notion of how a film becomes a reality. You write a script, you shoot the film, you cut it and it’s good to go. Right? Well yes… but there is a lot more to it. I think you’ll be surprised if we really dive into each step of the process and that’s exactly what we’re going to do. When people tell me they want to become filmmakers I usually don’t encourage it very much. Why? Well, because it’s extremely difficult to make a movie. Let me say that again. It’s EXTREMELY difficult to make a movie and it’s a million times harder to make a good one. Film is the art of detail and the result of overwhelming hardwork. The most important thing a film needs to have is structure. Details can only exist and work if the structure is there. What good is a beautifully staged shot if there isn’t structure and meaning behind it? For instance, why do so many people dislike directors like Michael Bay and his “Transformers” franchise? It’s because all he does is execute well thought out shots and little more. There is structure in the “Transformers” films but it exists in a very basic form. It’s good enough to please younger audiences and break box office records. It’s not that Michael Bay can’t do better, it’s just that he doesn’t need to. But I digress. Let’s get back to structure. Where do we first need to have structure in a film? Where is structure most needed? You probably guessed it: The Script. SNYDER'S BEAT SHEET Breakdown (Source: http://www.flyingwrestler.com) JAWS STEP OUTLINE (Source http://jamesroseneditor.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/JawsStepOutline-25TPS.pdf) Film Vibe social media links: https://www.facebook.com/thefilmvibe (Facebook) Support my work over at Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thefilmvibe?ty=h https://twitter.com/TheFilmVibe (Twitter) Film Vibe Blog (Written versions of reviews) http://thefilmvibe.blogspot.pt
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The Village (2004) In-Depth Movie Review
 
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“The Village” directed by M. Night Shyamalan is considered by many as the film that marks his turn for the worst. This film was followed by “Lady in the Water” and “The Happening” two films that, in my opinion, are weak and pretentious. Be aware that this review contains spoilers. It’s actually more enjoyable if you have seen the film and know the story. In any case the film’s plot can be summarized very easily. The population of a small, isolated countryside village believe that their alliance with the mysterious creatures that inhabit the forest around them is coming to an end I recently watched “The Village” again and I have to be honest --- it struck a different cord in me. I remember watching this film in theaters and feeling like I had been robbed. The whole marketing for this film revolved around the creatures in the woods and this isolated village. I was expecting a horror film, a thriller or something along those lines. I didn’t get that. It pissed me off. And for years I was first in line to criticize this film whenever I could. What I failed to realize at the time is that I wasn’t watching a thriller or a horror film. I was watching a love story. The marketing for this film was very well handled but it backfired. And that damage is still felt today whenever this film comes up in a conversation.
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War of the Roses (1989) In-Depth Movie Review
 
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“War of the Roses” is directed by Danny DeVito and it stars Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner. It came out in 1989. It’s a black comedy about a couple going through a very bad divorce. After 17 years of marriage, Barbara played by Kathleen Turner and Oliver Rose played by Michael Douglas want out. The trouble is, neither one wants to part with their opulent home. So begins a long war between husband and wife, reaching farcical heights that leave much of the house -- not to mention their lives -- in shambles. The couple's children watch in horror while lawyer Gavin D'Amato played by Danny DeVito tries his best to stem the bloodshed. This review will contain spoilers so consider yourself warned. If you haven’t seen the film you should watch it first. This review is much more enjoyable if you’ve seen the film and want to listen to my opinion on the script, the performances, directing and so on. Maybe compare to what your own thoughts are on the film.
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Gravity (2013) In-Depth Movie Review
 
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“Gravity” - Directed by Alfonso Cuaron. Starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney. This review contains spoilers so if you haven’t seen the movie you should probably check it out first. “Gravity” is the story of Ryan Stone played by Sandra Bullock. She’s an engineer on her first mission to repair the Hubble Telescope. A cloud of satellite debris orbiting the earth destroys the space shuttle Explorer killing the entire crew except Ryan and Matt Kowalski played by George Clooney. They have to work together to survive. After seeing this film I spent a long time reading and watching reviews. I also read a lot of comments on the youtube videos reviews. The pattern is very clear. Some hate and some love it. The only common ground seems to be that it’s absolutely visually breathtaking. And who can argue with that right? If you didn’t see this film in a theatre and especially in IMAX 3D you missed a golden opportunity. It’s an experience very few films deliver.
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What Lies Beneath (2000) In-Depth Movie Review
 
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"What Lies Beneath" In-Depth Movie Review. Directed by Robert Zemeckis, starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Harrison Ford. This review contains spoilers as I will talk about the film and its plot in depth so if you haven’t seen the movie and don’t want any spoilers? You’ve been warned. I will dig in different aspects of this film starting with the script then the performances and moving on to directing, soundtrack editing etc. I hope you enjoy the video and if you do please let me know in the comments below.
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The Mist (2007) IN-DEPTH Movie Review
 
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“The Mist” is directed by Frank Darabont and it stars Thomas Jane, Marcia Gay Harden and Laurie Holden amongst others. This review contains spoilers. Massive spoilers. After a powerful storm damages their Maine home, David Drayton played by Thomas Jane and his young son head into town to gather food and supplies. Soon afterward, a thick fog rolls in and engulfs the town, trapping the Draytons and others in the grocery store. Terror mounts as deadly creatures reveal themselves outside, but that may be nothing compared to the threat within, where a religious fanatic played by Marcia Gay Harden calls for a sacrifice. Film Vibe social media links: https://www.facebook.com/thefilmvibe (Facebook) Support my work over at Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thefilmvibe?ty=h https://twitter.com/TheFilmVibe (Twitter) Film Vibe Blog (Written versions of reviews) http://thefilmvibe.blogspot.pt
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The Art of Acting - Eden Sher in "The Middle"
 
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The Art of Acting – Eden Sher in "The Middle" (Episode#1) I decided to start this series of videos where I point out a single moment or an entire scene on which I think an actor absolutely excels. Be it in a film or television show. I think actors can make or break a good script sometimes and I’m a sucker for a good performance. Because I teach acting and work with actors professionally I tend to notice subtleties that can, sometimes, go unnoticed and my goal is to point those out and try and dissect a performance so people can start appreciating and understanding even more why a performance is good. Support my work over at Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thefilmvibe?ty=h Film Vibe social media links: https://www.facebook.com/thefilmvibe (Facebook) https://twitter.com/TheFilmVibe (Twitter) Film Vibe Blog (Written versions of reviews) http://thefilmvibe.blogspot.pt
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My Favorite Scene - "The Godfather" (1972) - Francis Ford Coppola
 
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My favorite scene from "The Godfather" is without a doubt the scene where Michael kills Sollozzo and McCluskey at the restaurant. It’s the first time Michael ever kills anyone in his life and that’s what makes the scene so powerful and memorable. To protect his father he has to kill these two guys. It’s a turning point for this character. It’s the moment that defines Michael Corleone for the rest of his life. The moment he pulls the trigger everything changes forever.
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INTERVIEW - Narcos Season 3 - Pêpê Rapazote (Chepe Santacruz)
 
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Pêpê Rapazote interview. He plays Chepe in the Netflix hit show NARCOS (Season3)
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Goodfellas (1990) "What do you mean I'm funny?"
 
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The classic scene from "Goodfellas". One of Joe Pesci's best performances with an equally strong Ray Liotta. Acting at its finest.
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Apollo 13 (1995) 20th Anniversary In-Depth Movie Review
 
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Support my work over at Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thefilmvibe?ty=h Film Vibe social media links: https://www.facebook.com/thefilmvibe (Facebook) https://twitter.com/TheFilmVibe (Twitter) Film Vibe Blog (Written versions of reviews) http://thefilmvibe.blogspot.pt “Apollo 13” is directed by Ron Howard and it stars Tom Hanks, Bill Paxton and Kevin Bacon as the three astronauts that in April of 1970 struggled to survive and return home safely after an explosion during the Apollo 13 mission to the moon. Times flies. It’s already been 20 years since I first saw this film in the theatres. I watched it again yesterday and I loved every second of it. It hasn’t dated at all. It remains a remarkable film. This depiction of the real life drama of the Apollo 13 mission is the perfect homage to the hundreds of man and the women at NASA that worked to get those three men back to Earth safely. Even when things seemed hopeless they never gave up and as Gene Kranz, Ed Harris’s character says at the end it was one of NASA’s finest hours indeed. The film is a must if you haven’t seen it. Even if you know how it ends it still provides a wonderful and emotional experience. Ron Howard is in great form and he treats the material with enormous attention to detail always staying true to the actual events and constantly paying tribute to the geniuses that helped prevent a disaster from happening.
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Die Hard Soundtrack "Assault On The Tower". Music Composed By Michael Kamen
 
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Music from the 1988 smash hit classic "Die Hard". Music composed by Michael Kamen Track "Assault On The Tower"
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My Favorite Scene "The Dark Knight" (2008) - Christopher Nolan
 
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My favorite scene from “The Dark Knight” is actually the very first opening sequence where the Joker robs a bank. The editing is absolutely on the spot. The writing has clever and subtle exposition but most of all this scene grabs you and shoves you right into the film. You’re immediately immersed. This is what a very talented director can do at his best. The whole sequence was shot in full frame IMAX which just adds that extra level of awe to the compositions and the staging of the sequence. The very opening shot is breathtaking. The aerial shot closing in on one building as a window explodes. The excellent cut from the two thugs in the building to the Joker standing at the corner of a street. That shot alone can be framed and hanged on a wall. No problem there.
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The Martian (2015) IN-DEPTH Movie Review
 
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“The Martian” is directed by Ridley Scott and it stars Matt Damon. This review contains spoilers so if you haven’t seen the film, go watch it before watching this review. During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew. But Watney has survived and finds himself stranded and alone on the hostile planet. With few supplies but a lot of wit he must find a way to contact Earth and survive. Film Vibe social media links: https://www.facebook.com/thefilmvibe (Facebook) Support my work over at Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thefilmvibe?ty=h https://twitter.com/TheFilmVibe (Twitter) Film Vibe Blog (Written versions of reviews) http://thefilmvibe.blogspot.pt
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The Big Short (2015) IN-DEPTH Movie Review
 
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“The Big Short” is directed by Adam McKay and it stars Steve Carell, Christian Bale, Ryan Gosling and Brad Pitt amongst others. This review contains spoilers. In 2008, Wall Street guru Michael Burry realizes that a number of subprime home loans are in danger of defaulting. Burry bets against the housing market by throwing more than $1 billion of his investors' money into credit default swaps. His actions attract the attention of banker Jared Vennett played by Ryan Gosling, hedge-fund specialist Mark Baum played by Steve Carell and other greedy opportunists. Together, these men make a fortune by taking full advantage of the impending economic collapse in America. Film Vibe social media links: https://www.facebook.com/thefilmvibe (Facebook) Support my work over at Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thefilmvibe?ty=h https://twitter.com/TheFilmVibe (Twitter) Film Vibe Blog (Written versions of reviews) http://thefilmvibe.blogspot.pt
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"Regret" Official Teaser Trailer
 
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"Regret" is a psychological thriller with a moving love story. The storyline develops around the lives of Tom and Rachel entangled in past tragic events that end up collapsing in one night. As we unveil this elusive story, full of twists, we find Tom will regret the actions of that night for the rest of his life. Dir. Nuno Madeira Rodrigues http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1883313/ https://www.facebook.com/RegretFilm
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The Hobbit Soundtrack - Over Hill - (Trailer music) - Howard Shore
 
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The Hobbit Soundtrack. Track "Over Hill" from the original score composed by Howard Shore. Includes excerpt used in first trailer for the film.
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The Dark Knight - Why So Serious? - Clip
 
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"Do you want to know how I got these scars?". Arguably amongst the best performances of all time in film.
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My Soundtrack Collection - Film Vibe VLOG
 
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My soundtrack collection. I've been organising my CDs and I came across some curious titles. A few of them relatively rare. I decided to show them to you guys. I'm sure soundtrack collectors will find it interesting. I know I would. I've been collecting film scores since I was 13 years old. All my CDs are soundtracks. Hope you enjoy the video. Let me know what you think in the comments below and don't forger to subscribe if you haven't done so already :) Music in background is from: Apollo 13 - James Horner Edward Scissorhands - Danny Elfman The Time Machine - Klaus Badelt
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"The Mexican" Soundtrack - "A Miracle" - Alan Silvestri
 
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Track "A Miracle" from "The Mexican" film score. Music composed by Alan Silvestri
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Coma - Guns n's Roses -  A teenager's tribute. 1996
 
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Wonderful times. Good old days.
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"Cast Away" (2000) Soundtrack Music By Alan Silvestri
 
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Music from the 2000 film "Cast Away" composed by Alan Silvestri
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My Favorite Scene "Jurassic Park" (1993) - Steven Spielberg
 
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Support my work over at Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thefilmvibe?ty=h Film Vibe social media links: https://www.facebook.com/thefilmvibe (Facebook) https://twitter.com/TheFilmVibe (Twitter) My favorite scene from “Jurassic Park” is the famous T-Rex attack. The very first time we actually see the king of dinosaurs. 22 years later and that scene still holds up beautifully. It’s sequences like this that separate Spielberg from the average director. The slow build up, the complete absence of music, the silence of the characters as they sense danger approaching. The great use of sound, slick editing, competent performances and Spielberg’s shots that always seem like a ballet dance to me. They way one shot transitions to the other. The perfect architecture of the sequence. You can notice this in many of his films in big set-pieces like this. I can think of “War of the Worlds” out of the top of my mind when the Tripod first emerges from the ground. The same technique is utilized. No music, just raw sound and performances covered with beautiful compositions that above all are extremely effective in the storytelling process. That’s what, in my opinion makes Spielberg extraordinary. He is a great, great storyteller. He isn’t looking for the perfect shot, he is looking for the best way to tell a story. If you can do that with great shots, even better. But he will never sacrifice narrative over aesthetics.
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"The Mexican" Soundtrack - "The Mexican" - Alan Silvestri
 
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Track "The Mexican" from "The Mexican" film score. Music composed by Alan Silvestri
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Alan Rickman Tribute - The Art of Acting
 
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Before Snape There Was Gruber Just minutes ago when I found out about Alan Rickman’s passing I immediately jumped out of bed to write about his most iconic role. Hans Gruber. It was his first big break in Hollywood and it turned out to be what he became most famous for. And justifiably so. His performance is spectacular and John McTiernan was blessed with the perfect actor for the role. Support my work over at Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thefilmvibe?ty=h Film Vibe social media links: https://www.facebook.com/thefilmvibe (Facebook) https://twitter.com/TheFilmVibe (Twitter) Film Vibe Blog (Written versions of reviews) http://thefilmvibe.blogspot.pt
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"REGRET" New Trailer (#4) Dir. Nuno Madeira Rodrigues
 
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FACEBOOK LINK https://www.facebook.com/RegretFilm "Regret" is a psychological thriller with a moving love story. The storyline develops around the lives of Tom and Rachel entangled in past tragic events that end up collapsing in one night. As we unveil this elusive story, full of twists, we find Tom will regret the actions of that night for the rest of his life. Dir. Nuno Madeira Rodrigues http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1883313/ https://www.facebook.com/RegretFilm https://www.facebook.com/nmrdirector
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"Regret" Official Trailer #2  Dir. Nuno Madeira Rodrigues
 
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FACEBOOK LINK https://www.facebook.com/RegretFilm "Regret" is a psychological thriller with a moving love story. The storyline develops around the lives of Tom and Rachel entangled in past tragic events that end up collapsing in one night. As we unveil this elusive story, full of twists, we find Tom will regret the actions of that night for the rest of his life. Dir. Nuno Madeira Rodrigues http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1883313/ https://www.facebook.com/RegretFilm https://www.facebook.com/nmrdirector
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"Corso And The Girl" from "The Ninth Gate" 1999. Music By Wojciech Kilar
 
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Music from the 1999 film "The Ninth Gate". Music composed by Wojciech Kilar Track "Corso And The Girl"
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Interstellar (2014) In-Depth Movie Review
 
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Support my work over at Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thefilmvibe?ty=h Film Vibe social media links: https://www.facebook.com/thefilmvibe (Facebook) https://twitter.com/TheFilmVibe (Twitter) Film Vibe Blog (Written versions of reviews) http://thefilmvibe.blogspot.pt “Interstellar” is directed by Christopher Nolan and it stars Matthew McConaughey Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain and Michael Caine. This review contains spoilers so if you haven’t seen the film you should probably check it out first. If you don’t mind the spoilers then by all means stick around and enjoy. In Earth's future, a global crop blight and second Dust Bowl are slowly rendering the planet uninhabitable. Professor Brand played by Michael Caine, a brilliant NASA physicist, is working on plans to save mankind by transporting Earth's population to a new home via a wormhole. But first, Brand must send former NASA pilot Cooper played by Matthew McConaughey and a team of researchers through the wormhole and across the galaxy to find out which of three planets could be mankind's new home “Interstellar” had a lot of buzz around it. The teasers and trailers looked amazing and everyone was hyped with the film. Christopher Nolan is a name that sells itself these days. Everyone rushes to see any film with his name on it. A status he achieved with great films like “The Dark Knight” and “Inception”. “Interstellar” is visually stunning. The cinematography is impeccable. Nolan once again chooses to shoot some scenes in IMAX which always adds that extra layer of immersion. Especially if experienced in theatres. The performances are solid and Hans Zimmer brings yet another mesmerizing score to a Nolan film. Despite its running time of almost 3 hours, the film is easy to watch. The plot is engaging and the pacing is perfect. The film is packed with amazing set pieces and brings to the table Einstein’s theory of Relativity in a very thought provoking manner. The film’s scientific accuracy is almost unquestionable. But even with all that, the film is essentially about a father trying to reunite with his daughter. That’s it. That’s what the film builds up to all the way through. That’s also where the film fails dramatically.
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Bridge of Spies (2015) IN-DEPTH Movie Review
 
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“Bridge of Spies” is directed by Steven Spielberg and it stars Tom Hanks who plays James B. Donovan. An insurance lawyer recruited to defend an arrested soviet Spy during the Cold War and then help the CIA facilitate an exchange of the spy for the Soviet captured American U2 spy plane pilot, Francis Gary Powers. This review contains spoilers so if you haven’t seen the movie maybe check out this review after you’ve seen the film. The story of “Bridge of Spies” is quite linear and easy to follow and it’s always extremely interesting and engaging. It might disappoint some people going in expecting a full blown espionage film. The title can be a bit misleading in that regard. This film is all about negotiations. It relies on very little physical action or clever and out of the box plot twists. It’s a film on which most of the scenes are just people talking. Negotiating. And what a wonderful experience it is. Support my work over at Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thefilmvibe?ty=h Film Vibe social media links: https://www.facebook.com/thefilmvibe (Facebook) https://twitter.com/TheFilmVibe (Twitter) Film Vibe Blog (Written versions of reviews) http://thefilmvibe.blogspot.pt
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Teddy Bear - Horror Movie
 
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Teddy Bear Horror Movie Trailer
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NEW TRAILER "Regret" Dir. Nuno Madeira Rodrigues
 
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FACEBOOK LINK https://www.facebook.com/RegretFilm "Regret" is a psychological thriller with a moving love story. The storyline develops around the lives of Tom and Rachel entangled in past tragic events that end up collapsing in one night. As we unveil this elusive story, full of twists, we find Tom will regret the actions of that night for the rest of his life. Dir. Nuno Madeira Rodrigues http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1883313/ https://www.facebook.com/RegretFilm https://www.facebook.com/nmrdirector
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"Apparitions" FULL Movie (2004) - Small Independent Production
 
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COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL. I legally own all the content of this video including it's soundtrack. Small independent production with no budget or crew or anything besides a script, a camera, a family of actors and myself just set on getting it done and having some fun along the way. It's from back in 2004. Obviously amateur and really not very good but it's something I look back at with nostalgia simply because it was the last thing I did before I started working professionally. Nice music. Pay attention to it. Merits to the talented composer. Enjoy it for what it is :)
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Who the hell is this guy? - Film Vibe VLOG
 
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A small introduction vlog to introduce myself and apparently my cats as well. What my channel is about and what I plan to do in the future. Hope you enjoy it!
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Mission Impossible 5 Rogue Nation Movie Review
 
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Support my work over at Patreon https://www.patreon.com/thefilmvibe?ty=h Film Vibe social media links: https://www.facebook.com/thefilmvibe (Facebook) https://twitter.com/TheFilmVibe (Twitter) Mission Impossible Rogue Nation Review. I just watched the Rogue Nation and I wanted to chip in my two cents.
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"Letum" (2001) Short Film
 
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2001 short film I made.
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