once upon a time... a clockwork orange

anonymous asked:

what wld u say are some like staple films that u think everyone should see ?

thats quite hard to answer and i’m sure i’ve forgotten some but these are the films i really do think everyone should see…:

Battleship Potemkin (1925)

Metropolis (1927)

La Grande Illusion (1937)

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

Citizen Kane (1941)

Double Indemnity (1944)

Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949)

Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday (1953)

Rear Window (1954)

Seven Samurai (1954)

Vertigo (1958)

North by Northwest (1959)

8½ (1963)

Dr. Strangelove (1964)

A Hard Day’s Night (1964)

The Graduate (1967)

Once Upon a Time in the West (1968)

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

A Clockwork Orange (1971)

The Godfather (1972)

Badlands (1973)

The Godfather Part II (1974)

Jaws (1975)

Taxi Driver (1976)

Apocalypse Now (1979)

Blade Runner (1982)

Scarface (1983)

Blue Velvet (1986)

Raising Arizona (1987)

The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

Reservoir Dogs (1992)

Pulp Fiction (1994)

Toy Story (1995)

Fargo (1996)

Trainspotting (1996)

L.A. Confidential (1997)

Memento (2000)

Spirited Away (2001)

No Country for Old Men (2007)

Drive (2011)

The Artist (2011)

Moonrise Kingdom (2012)

Whiplash (2014)

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

Inside Out (2015)

Films to watch in Netflix

Rear Window (1954, Alfred Hitchcock)

On the Waterfront (1954, Elia Kazan)

Rebel Without a Cause (1955, Nicholas Ray)

12 Angry Men (1957, Sidney Lumet)

Psycho (1960, Alfred Hitchcock)

The Apartment (1960, Billy Wilder)

To Kill a Mockingbird (1962, Robert Mulligan)

The Miracle Worker (1962, Arthur Penn)

Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964, Stanley Kubrick)

In the Heat of the Night (1967, Norman Jewison)

A Clockwork Orange (1971, Stanley Kubrick)

The Conversation (1974, Francis Ford Coppola)

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1975, Miloš Forman)

Taxi Driver (1976, Martin Scorsese)

Once Upon a Time in America (1984, Sergio Leone)

Paris, Texas (1984, Wim Wenders)

Blue Velvet (1986, David Lynch)

Nuovo Cinema Paradiso (1988, Giuseppe Tornatore)

Paris Is Burning (1990, Jennie Livingston)

Reservoir Dogs (1992, Quentin Tarantino)

Schindler’s List (1993, Steven Spielberg)

Pulp Fiction (1994, Quentin Tarantino)

Léon (1994, Luc Besson)

Clueless (1995, Amy Heckerling)

Se7en (1995, David Fincher)

Trainspotting (1996, Danny Boyle)

The Big Lebowski (1998, Coen Brothers)

Todo sobre mi madre (1999, Pedro Almodóvar)

Amores perros (2000, Alejandro González Iñárritu)

La ciénaga (2001, Lucrecia Martel)

Frida (2002, Julie Taymor)

Cidade de Deus (2002, Fernando Meirelles & Kátia Lund)

Historias mínimas (2002, Carlos Sorin)

올드보이 (Oldboy) (2003, Chan-wook Park)

El aura (2005, Fabián Bielinsky)

Little Miss Sunshine (2006, Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris)

Das Leben der Anderen (2006, Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck)

There Will Be Blood (2007, Paul Thomas Anderson)

No Country for Old Men (2007, Coen Brothers)

Into the Wild (2007, Sean Penn)

Leonera (2008, Pablo Trapero)

Fish Tank (2009, Andrea Arnold)

Enter the Void (2009, Gaspar Noé)

Darbareye Elly (2009, Asghar Farhadi)

Biutiful (2010, Alejandro González Iñárritu)

The Kids Are All Right (2010, Lisa Cholodenko)

Winter’s Bone (2010, Debra Granik)

Pariah (2011, Dee Rees)

Shame (2011, Steve McQueen)

La piel que habito (2011, Pedro Almodóvar)

We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011, Lynne Ramsay)

Weekend (2011, Andrew Haigh)

Stories We Tell (2012, Sarah Polley)

The Master (2012, Paul Thomas Anderson)

Middle of Nowhere (2012, Ava DuVernay)

Laurence Anyways (2012, Xavier Dolan)

It’s Such a Beautiful Day (2012, Don Hertzfeldt)

Dallas Buyers Club (2013, Jean-Marc Vallée)

Short Term 12 (2013, Destin Daniel Cretton)

The Salt of the Earth (2014, Juliano Ribeiro Salgado & Wim Wenders)

Deux jours, une nuit (2014, Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne)

Mommy (2014, Xavier Dolan)

What Happened, Miss Simone? (2015, Liz Garbus)

45 Years (2015, Andrew Haigh)

Os nossos filmes favoritos

Hoje, 5 de Novembro e Dia Mundial do Cinema não podíamos deixar de fazer algo especial para comemorar uma forma de arte que tanto adoramos. Como tal, a equipa da vossa Comunidade Cultura e Arte decidiu reunir uma lista dos filmes preferidos de cada colaborador. Num assunto que tanto nos desperta paixões, à abrangência de gostos diferenciados, outros em comum, aliou-se também a nossa incapacidade em reduzir a mesma em apenas um ou dois por cada pessoa. 

Sem qualquer ordem, em bruto, da mesma forma como se abate sobre nós o gosto por um qualquer filme com que nos cruzamos, e por mais injusta que possa ser reduzir a tão poucos títulos muitas das obras que nos marcaram, aqui ficam alguns dos nossos preferidos:

‘Once Upon a Time in America’ (Sergio Leone, 1984)

‘The Godfather’ (Francis Ford Coppola, 1972)

‘Apocalypse Now’ (Francis Ford Coppola, 1979)

‘Taxi Driver’ (Martin Scorsese, 1976)

‘Into The Wild’ (Sean Penn, 2007)

‘A Clockwork Orange’ (Stanley Kubrick, 1971)

‘One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest’ (Milos Forman, 1975)

‘Hiroshima Mon Amour’ (Alain Resnais, 1959)

‘The Tree of Life’ (Terrence Malick, 2011)

‘Amour’ (Michael Haneke 2012)

‘The Turin Horse’ (Béla Tarr, Ágnes Hranitzky, 2011)

‘Bicycle Thieves’ (Vittorio De Sica, 1948)

‘Vivre Sa Vie’ (Jean-Luc Godard, 1962)

‘Jules et Jim’ (François Truffaut, 1962)

‘La Grande Bellezza’ (Paolo Sorrentino, 2013)

‘Howl’s Moving Castle’ (Hayao Miyazaki, 2004)

‘Magnolia’ (Paul Thomas Anderson, 1999)

‘Little Miss Sunshine’ (Jonathan Dayton e Valerie Faris, 2006)

‘Pierrot le Fou’ (Jean-Luc Godard, 1965)

‘Citizen Kane’ (Orson Welles, 1941)

‘Léon’ (Luc Besson, 1994)

‘Les Quatre Cents Coups’ (François Truffaut, 1959)

‘La Règle du jeu’ (Jean Renoir, 1939)

‘Vertigo (Alfred Hitchcock, 1958)

‘12 Angy Men (Sidney Lumet, 1957)

‘Pulp Fiction (Quentin Tarantino, 1994)

‘21 Grams’ (Alejandro González Iñárritu, 2003)

‘The Wolf Of Wall Street’ (Martin Scorsese)

‘City of God’ (Fernando Meirelles e Kátia Lund, 2002)

‘La Vie d'Adèle’ (Abdellatif Kechiche, 2013)

‘8½’ (Federico Fellini, 1963)

‘Deconstructing Harry’ (Woody Allen, 1997)

‘Manhattan’ (Woody Allen, 1979)

‘Annie Hall’ (Woody Allen, 1977)

‘Inception’ (Christopher Nolan, 2010)

‘The Piano’ (Jane Campion, 1993)

‘The Pianist’ (Roman Polanski, 2002)

‘Her’ (Spike Jonze, 2013)

‘Rear Window’ (Alfred Hitchcock, 1954)

‘Life Is Beautiful’ (Roberto Benigni, 1997)

‘La jetée’ (Chris Marker, 1962)

‘Vale Abraão’ (Manoel de Oliveira, 1993)

‘Summer Interlude’ (Ingmar Bergman, 1951)

‘Paris, Texas’ (Wim Wenders, 1984)

Estas são alguns dos nossos filmes favoritos, e os vossos quais são?


(via Watch this supercut of every table flip in movie history | The Verge)

00:05 - Angel’s In The Outfield (1994)
00:12 - A Clockwork Orange (1971)
00:13 - Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure (1984)
00:15 - Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009)
00:16 - Once Upon A Time In Mexico (2003)
00:17 - Taken (2008)
00:18 - Pulp Fiction (1994)
00:20 - Die Hard (1988)
00:21 - Citizen Kane (1941)
00:22 - Magnolia (1999)
00:24 - The King Of Kings (1927)
00:25 - Jesus Christ Superstar (1973)
00:31 - Jesus (1999)
00:38 - Happily Ever After (2007)
00:46 - Thor (2011)
00:51 - Moneyball (2011)
00:56 - Moonstruck (1987)
00:58 - The Sea Hawk (1940)
01:00 - The Gospel Of John (2003)
01:01 - Pollock (2000)
01:03 - Jesus Of Montreal (1989)
01:04 - P.S. Your Cat Is Dead! (2002)
01:06 - The Artist (2011)
01:07 - Raging Bull (1980)
01:08 - Son Of Frankenstein (1939)
01:10 - The Adventures Of Robin Hood (1938)
01:11 - Peter Pan (1953)
01:13 - Titanic (1997)
01:14 - Splice (2009)
01:15 - The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965)
01:17 - Red Lights (2012)
01:18 - Being John Malkovich (1999)
01:21 - Scum (1979)
01:27 - Take Shelter (2011)

Music: Carmen Overture - Georges Bizet

As we all know now, in this scene:

the music used is overture to La Gazza Ladra (The Thieving Magpie) by Gioachino Piccini. 
But they didn’t just take simply one part of it  because it sounds good. It’s here for a reason (and not just the title of the opera)

Exactly the same part was used by Stanley Kubrick his film - A Clockwork Orange and Sergio Leone in Once Upon A Time In America. (a direct quote from Kubrick movie)
Kubrick was known for being VERY picky about music used in his films. So it’s not a coincidence that he choosed a few tacts from the middle of the overture. 

The music used in this Sherlock scene is a direct quote from Kubrick. These are the same tacts (169-219 and 195-412) as used here and here.
As you can see in Leone and Kubrick’s films this music connotes what is the expression of criminality. It shows a crime commited always by four people. 

So by using The Theving Magpie in Sherlock, creators tell us in the beginning of episode, that there is no code. Moriarty has three other people helping him. It’s all a scam.

One clever foreshadowing :)