With these guys it’s not all about throwing TVs out of hotel windows and hooking up with models. Read The Full Top Ten on GrolschFilmWorks.com
Grolsch’s look on the Top Ten Moustaches
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So, you’ve probably all been trawling endlessly through the gazillions of films voted for in Sight & Sound magazine’s The Greatest Films of All Time poll, yeah? You’ve probably even let out a few indignant cries of “What the…?! The 400 Blows in 39th place?!” and “Huh? No love for Cassavetes in the top 10?!” …But forget all that for now. This list here is the only one you really need to worry about. The Worst Films of All Time. Care to join us in venting your spleen?
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It’s time to turn our attention to the best movie soundtracks. Getting it right is about more than just picking your favourite songs. A good soundtrack comments on the action and helps to move the story along. When a soundtrack really works, it becomes iconic. Here are ten of the best (with apologies to Quentin Tarantino for Pulp Fiction, which just missed the cut, and The Bee Gees for Saturday Night Fever, but I’m a woman’s man, and there’s no time to talk).
The credits are up, the lights come on, and there you are, a snotty blubbering mess trying to make eye-rubbing look casual
Hipster-bashing – aka the McCarthyism of the Noughties – is everywhere, but we are going to let you make up your own mind about our top 10 hipsters in film. Well, with a couple of exceptions.
We pitched a tent, doused ourselves in mosquito spray and began pondering our favourite movie camps over a tin of re-heated beans.
From the pushy to the plain psychotic.
To sum up: more beard = more greatness