Films That Changed Cinema


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Films That Changed Cinema

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The Exorcist...I consider this to be the only true horror film ever nominated for best picture which proved you could combine sheer terror, special effects, gore and incredible performances in the same film

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The Sixth Sense...the hysteria that the finale caused launched countless "shock factor" endings in film

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Charlie Chaplin...not any one picture but charlie chaplin completely changed how films were made, his comedic genius and intense sadness without the use of actual dialogue combined for some of the greatest stories ever told on film

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The Jazz Singer...the first film to ever incorporate both sound and dialogue

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Toy Story...the first completely CGI film that has inspired and molded the film industry forever

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Avatar...first film I ever saw in IMAX 3D which completely blew me away, had a huge impact on the film industries viewpoint on 3D usage

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The Battleship Potemkin...invented the modern day usage of a montage while the famous stairs scene has been used as tribute in countless films

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Halloween...the first film to invent the "rules" of horror films and the consequences that come from breaking them, also gave us our first heroine that could defeat the killer as long as she followed the rules

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Super Size Me...gave the "little guy" the ability to make a film that people would actually watch and pay attention too

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Birth of a Nation...one of the most important films ever made that brought light to many issues which were previously shunned and not discussed in film, also proved a movie could be longer than an hour

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Blair Witch Project...I don't really like this film but it is solely responsible for beginning this new age of "Mockumentaries"

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Star Wars...from its shocking story line to the radical special effects that eclipsed anything before it, this has become one of the most well respected and recognized film franchises in the world

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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs...animated films finally transcended into the adult realm with this visually stunning tale of betrayal, hatred and the power of love

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Casablanca...probably the best on-screen chemistry ever and the most memorable dialogue ever written

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Jaws...the origin for countless copycats and terrible B-movies, still a classic

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Psycho...over 50 years later and people are still locking their bathroom doors while taking a shower

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Matrix...the genius of the story and revolutionary visual effects still hold true to this day

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Alien - introduced a female heroine that redefined what it meant to be a bad ass...

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The Wizard of Oz...perfect mixture of color, action, music, suspense, sadness and joy that captivated both children and adults alike

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citizen kane...probably the most influential film ever made, from its acting to directing to editing to cinematography

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