September 6, 2013
Hmm, lets see: The Phantom Carriage (1921) for its morality and images, The General (1926) for its physical comedy and precision, City Lights (1931) for its buildup and ending, Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) for its camerawork and satire, Being There (1979) for its humor and incredible performance, Le Samourai (1967) for its mood and atmosphere, Taxi Driver (1976) for its character study and direction, Fargo (1996) for its blend of humor, darkness, crime, and accents, Royal Tenenbaums (2001) for its dry humor and heart, and a few others I would say. I just like movies.
Eragon (2006) and The Last Airbender (2010) had no good point that I could focus on.
I love cinema and every aspect of it, from writing to acting to directing to cinematography to editing. I enjoy a strong atmosphere in a movie, and like comedy mixed in with the drama.