Cinema uses your life, not vice versa.
In other people's eyes, it's just a box of milk, but in his eyes it's the key to escape. He peeled it off, removing the thin film. And remove this thin film and then cleaned.
When going out, secretly stick it in the secret key of the cell. So while keeping pressing the code, his finger presses the 4 keys, once again he masters the film, he gets 4 digits, so there may be 24 combination locks.
Next is to…
From ROTW by Matthew Murdock,
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Daniel Plainview is a ruthless oil prospector who goes on a relentless pursuit to become the most powerful oil tycoon.
It is a wonderful opening with a harrowing single whine of violin strings (from Jonny Greenwood‘s score). The opening is so impactful because of the tone it sets, the themes of hubris and blind faith in a singular vision, the resolute sacrifice of body and soul to the…
Now I know why AFI and BBC praised Some Like It Hot as the best comedy film of all time. I almost thought this was a Billy Wilder's film noir, because it's not feels like The Apartment (1960) or Avanti! (1972) which from the start has shown the sequence as a comedy film. Some Like It Hot shows the action of chasing and shooting to the execution scene by a group of gangsters in Chicago which is witnessed by our…