I am sure by now everyone knows that a totally adore this film. What’s not to love about this dance scene? So it is today’s musical moment!
Clarice Starling a young FBI cadet is given the chance to be part of a special project. This leads her to meeting Dr Hannibal Lecter a manipulative cannibal killer who is securing locked up. But she needs his help to find another serial killer who targets women.
Throughout 2018 I managed to catch up with 48 older films and have decided to put together a top 10 list out of those films. You will be probably be quite surprised that some of these films I did not see until recently as some quality films. Always good to set yourself a challenge to catch up. I am happy that I managed to get 48 first time watches of films that does not include new cinema releases. With the films I have chosen for my top 10 list I pretty much was left wondering why I had never seen the film before!
Here are the 10 films that have made my list (in no particular order) . . .
Loved this film. Love this quote.
Two British track athletes aim is to compete and win at the 1924 Olympics in France, one from England and one from Scotland who have very different backgrounds.
I saw this going around Twitter last night listing your 7 Favourite Best Picture winners but I thought I wanted to put a blog post together to be able to have more information in it! As you may already know I have an ongoing Best Picture Project where I am trying to watch as many of the nominated films as possible. So you can check which films I have seen on that list.
I am sure none of my choices will come as any real surprise, as some of my all time favourite films have won Best Picture! Although it was quite tricky to slim the list down to just seven films.
A family struggling to cope with the tragic accidental death of the oldest son, as they must live on whilst not communicating with one another very well.