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Popcorn Reviews#6The Tree of Life (2011)Director: Terrence MalickI'm glad that this film is slowly starting to gain the popularity it deserves in "Best Films of All Time" lists. It's always great to see a clever work of ambiguity. It leaves you thinking about it long afterwards. There are some scenes which are so complex that they can puzzle you for years. Beneath all of its ambiguity lies a fleshed out character arc. On top of that, its cinematography is amazing. It is a pretty strong contender for "Best Cinematography Ever". This is a great film which must be experienced by everyone.Best scene: Probably not a spoiler.Popcorn Prize for Best Soundtrack[img]https://s25.postimg.org/ydohhdhbj/Jessica_Chastain_in_The_Tree_of_Life.jpg[/img]
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Popcorn Reviews#20In a Lonely Place (1950)Director: Nicholas RayI was never certain whether Dixon was guilty or not. Based on his fights, it seemed highly likely that he was guilty. However, there was still the possibility that that aspect was put in the film to throw the viewer off. Also, its ending can be viewed either way. One could see it as happy and one could see it as sad. It also had some great suspense reminiscent of Hitchcock.Best scene: Not a spoiler.
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