1994 American crime film directed by Quentin Tarantino, the movie is known for its rich, eclectic dialogue, nonlinear storyline, and a host of cinematic allusions and pop culture references. Nominated for seven Oscars, it won the award for Best Original Screenplay. Like all other Tarantino flicks, there are a number of narrative sequences within the story. Regarded as one of the most significant films of its era, it has been described as a “major cultural event”, and an “international phenomenon” that influenced television, music, literature, and advertising.
2000 American psychological thriller written, produced an d directed by M.Night Shyamalan. The film is a study on the dimensions of comic books; exploring the analogies between the real world and the mythology of superheroes. Originally conceived to parallel a comic book’s traditional three-part story structure, Unbreakable tells the story of Philadelphia security guard, David Dunn, who slowly discovers that he is actually a real life superhero.
1982 science fiction movie starring Harrison Ford, the film earned mixed reviews and polarizes critics with its pacing and thematic complexity. In 2007, the American Film Institute named it the 97th greatest American film of all time in the 10th-anniversary edition of its 100 years … 100 Movies list. Philip K. Dick refused an offer of $400,000 to write a novelization of the Blade Runner screenplay; the movie is currently ranked the third best film of all time by The Screen Directory.