Well, the poster for West Side Story, the Academy Award winner for Best Picture from 1961, says it "achieves one of the great entertainments in the history of motion pictures." So, you can see what they were going for. This film took home ten Oscars after receiving eleven nominations. Also, what's up with saying anything like that on a movie poster?!
Dr. Strange, the 14th (!) entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, boasts an impressive and well-pedigreed cast, amazing visuals, and a complete lack of comic-book-required-reading. This sci-fi, fantasy trip is fun, loose, and whip-smart. Benedict Cumberbatch headlines as the titular hero who is shown the powers of the universe (and infinite other universes) and who must gather his strength and new skills to battle Mads Mikkelsen, the third actor to portray Hannibal Lecter who has gone on to star in a Marvel film. Tilda Swinton rocks full-Bowie to play The Ancient One and steals most of her scenes. The action is tight, the effects impressive, and the music even memorable. Check it out. Also, check out Danny's written review HERE.
Marlon Brando took home his first Best Actor Oscar (after four straight nominations) in 1955's Best Picture winner On The Waterfront. The film won 7 additional Academy Awards and was nominate for an additional four. The film holds up very well and Brando radiates with brooding rage. Worth your time.
1973's Oscar winner for Best Picture, The Sting, is one of the most enjoyable, popular, and light-hearted films to take the title. Starring Paul Newman, Robert Redford, and Robert Shaw, the film is packed with big stars and great character actors. Check out what the guys think of the movie and sound off below.