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Wes Anderson Palettes, A Visualization of the Color Schemes That Wes Anderson Uses in His Films

Mendl's Courtesan au Chocolat pastries were a crucial plot point in Wes Anderson's delightful The Grand Budapest Hotel.

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The 10 most expensive film posters – in pictures

Here we have the first appearance of arguably the most beautiful poster ever designed, by German graphic artist Heinz Schulz-Neudamm. This is the domestic German three-sheet for Fritz Lang's silent masterpiece Metropolis from 1927, which sold for $357,750.00 in 2000.

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Classic science fiction movies – in pictures

Le Voyage dans la Lune (A Trip to the Moon) (1902): Just 14 minutes long, French director Georges Melies's space travel fantasy is regarded as the first sci-fi film. With groundbreaking special effects and animation, its most enduring image is of the spaceship crashing in the moon's eye

Metropolis is a 1927 German expressionist science-fiction film directed by Fritz Lang. Metropolis takes place in a dystopian society where wealthy intellectuals rule from vast tower complexes, oppressing the workers who live in the depths below them.

Metropolis (1927) German expressionist science-fiction film directed by Fritz Lang. This picture is symbolic of what Operator is all about. Is this operating system more human than machine or is it about humans becoming more mechanical?

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The Mysterious Lady (1928)

The Mysterious Lady (1928) film starring Greta Garbo - vintage movie poster

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“Planet Hillary”: Further Interpretations of the Weirdest ‘NY Times Magazine’ Cover of All Time

Le Voyage dans la Lune

“Scarlett O’Hara was one fierce woman she survived the civil war, the fires of Atlanta, and the ransacking of Tara and still she was able to turnout a drop dead gorgeous outfit just using the curtains from her window.”

Chocolat, if you haven't seen this little movie you need, just a simple story about Chocolat...and Judi Dench is amazing!