I feel like you run this article every 8 months.
Literally forgot most of these scenes until you reminded me. I guess they really weren't that unforgettable, eh?
I hate Magnolia.
There are these new things called tripods that you can mount your camera on. In addition to not having to hold your camera, they also help you shoot clear footage, which your audience will appreciate. Check it out - they sell them at BH.
Ah, the good ole days.
Great piece - thanks! One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest was the film that made me realize that movies could be more than Superman and Star Wars. It was also the first movie I ever saw with an "unhappy" ending; it taught me that life isn't fair. And it introduced me to the work of Haskell Wexler (and Bill Butler) as well. As Hollywood becomes the land of never-ending superhero movies and dumb-ass remakes, Foreman's intelligence and imagination stands out even more. RIP Milos, you will be missed.