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Leonard Maltin's 4 Star Movies (2010 Edition)

My Gollie. I should start reading Maltin's list checking up 4 stars movies from 1988 to 2010. They are hilarious. No Lynch, the worst Almodovar in a decade of gems, no Mann, no Coen, no Anderson. To not mention no Taxi Driver, no Kubrick after 2001: A Space Odyssey. One of the worst lists ever.

4/7/2014 View
Leonard Maltin's 4 Star Movies (2010 Edition)

Correction: North by Northwest was released after Vertigo.
Other absurdities: he mentioned Gigi and not Top Hat....

4/7/2014 View
Leonard Maltin's 4 Star Movies (2010 Edition)

ahahahahah no mentions for Day of Wrath (1943) but a call for Bernadette.... What a dumb critic. an he get paid to judge movies....
In 1955 he forget The Night of the Hunter for Mister Roberts... puahh...

4/7/2014 View
Leonard Maltin's 4 Star Movies (2010 Edition)

I can't believe. He enlisted The Father of the Bride as one of the four best movies of 1950 and he didn't mention In a Lonely Place by Ray.... I surrender, at this point.

4/7/2014 View
Leonard Maltin's 4 Star Movies (2010 Edition)

The Searchers ---> 1956 and not 1948

4/7/2014 View
Leonard Maltin's 4 Star Movies (2010 Edition)

Incredible. He didn't consider Notorious a four stars? Lol, this list starts to bore me.

4/7/2014 View
Leonard Maltin's 4 Star Movies (2010 Edition)

The Ox-Bow Incident was not released in 1946 but 1943

4/7/2014 View
Leonard Maltin's 4 Star Movies (2010 Edition)

El Barto, I suggest you to modify Adam's Rib year of release: is not 1940 but 1949

4/7/2014 View
My Favorite Music

Another suggestion: visit youtube and try to listen to Symphony No. 4 by Valen.

2/16/2014 View
My Favorite Music

Wow, this is what i'm searching for in art. Purity, logic, structure.

2/16/2014 View
My Favorite Music

If suggestions are well-accepted, try to enjoy some other Bach masterpieces.
The Musical offering, for instance: in scope and intensity is not less valid than the art of fugue. Anyway i love it expecially for the Ricercar a 6, one of the most accomplished and complex keyboard piece ever written.
If u quote BWV 565 i hope u didn't listen to the Well tempered clavier yet.
There are plenty of pieces that, once listened, u will easily forget BWV 565.
For Beethoven: i suggest u some minor works (so considered by the press) that are among my favourite gems in the whole repertoir: WoO 80, Op. 34 and 35 and Bagatelles Op. 126.
If u love the Art of Fugue we shall consider these little pieces a favourite of yours.
Mozart: not forget the quintets, expecially K 515 and 516.
Above all: u quote many composers of the XX centuty (pop, rock and classical ones) but u forget the two greatest (imho): Strauss and Schoenberg.

2/16/2014 View
My Favorite Music

Emotion in reading this message. I share it in each word.

2/16/2014 View
Greatest Works of Art of All Time (In-Progress: Currently Featuring Rock, Jazz & Classical Music, Films & Paintings)

Damn it, Aronofsky falls of 1,5 point! Anyway, as I said before, a very interesting list.

4/8/2013 View
Greatest Works of Art of All Time (In-Progress: Currently Featuring Rock, Jazz & Classical Music, Films & Paintings)

I was not referring to you, really.

4/8/2013 View
Greatest Classical Music Works of All Time (in-progress)

To rank Einstein on the Beach (the champion of minimalism) over the Ring, a work that change the music, let you undestand how pathetic are some lists.

4/6/2013 View