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Why Are You Ranking: Closest Resemblance Between the Artistry of Rappers and Directors Listed from Somewhat Similar to Striking
8 months ago
Rappers paint pictures with poems. The best ones are able to craft whole worlds and color them with witty metaphors and similes. Film directors use the visual medium to illustrate entire plotlines. Bo...
Why Are You Ranking: Worst Examples of Spike Lee’s Double Dolly Shot Listed from Goofy to Awkward
8 months ago
On the occasion of his narrative film, BlacKkKlansman (2018), Spike Lee can celebrate a return to his more accessible types of films. As a terrific documentarian, though, Lee has crafted some moving, ...
Why Are You Ranking: The Best Dramatic Portrayals of Crack Addicts Where These Actors Will Never Receive an Oscar® for Their Roles Listed from High to Fiend
8 months ago
Before the opioid crisis of the mid to late 2010s, there existed the crack wars of the mid to late 1980s and early 1990s. To capture properly the scenes of despair, familial fractures, and the human toll that the drug game has wreaked on America, moviemakers and television crews seek to depict the addict. Now, a metaphor for liking something to the extreme or unable to shake from an activity, the crackhead, has become a staple in films and shows regarding the proliferation of narcotics. They are...
Why Are You Ranking: Most Stirring Ideas from the Novel 'Invisible Man' Listed from Pensive to Reflective ***(Spoilers Abound)***
8 months ago
There is no such thing as black excellence. There is only excellence found in an individual who just might have a darker pigment than someone else. Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man (1952) strikes some of...
Why Are You Ranking: Most Enlightening Business Moments in 'The Social Network' Listed from Foolish to Sage
9 months ago
Never mind (for the moment) the excellent scoring, editing, acting, writing, and directing (among other superlatives). The film The Social Network (2010) stands as one of the best business films to ev...
Why Are You Ranking: Best of the Denys Arcand Film Series From Slightly Stimulated to Aroused
9 months ago
(Disclaimer: For this list, there is at first glance, omissions. The films, Days of Darkness (2007) and The Fall of the American Empire (2018) seem to be swept from the annals of the places like Amazo...