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Every Best Cinematography Oscar Winner in One Gorgeous Supercut — Watch

Every Best Cinematography Oscar Winner in One Gorgeous Supercut — Watch
Master of French cinema Robert Bresson famously wrote in his book, Notes on the Cinematographer: “Make visible what, without you, might perhaps never have been seen.”

Certainly no one might ever have seen every Oscar winner for Best Cinematography strung together so elegantly were it not for this stunning supercut, here to whet your Oscars appetite. In under 8 minutes, Andy Schneider & Jonathan Britnell of Burger Fiction show the most striking and iconic images from every film to have won the coveted award since the inception of the Academy Awards in 1928. The result is a dizzying array of cinematic delights for the eye.

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Watching the evolution is like taking a film history class on speed. Differences and similarities emerge as the images sharpen from the grand black and white of “Gone With the Wind,” to the crisp neons in “Close Encounters of the Third Kind,
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Top 5 Casino Movies

With the release of Get Lucky on DVD just around the corner, Metro Play Casino decided to take a look at some of the best casino movies out there.


This great movie, directed by Martin Scorsese, sees Mafia associate Sam “Ace” Rothstein (Robert De Niro) become boss of the Tangiers Casino in Las Vegas. The movie depicts the unscrupulous side of casinos as they were way back when, no scene more so than the card-counting Blackjack player who, after trying to cheat the casino, ends up getting his fingers broken with a hammer. Of course, if you play online, you’ll never be able to count cards and you definitely won’t get your fingers broken with a hammer!

Ocean’s Eleven

Originally made in 1960, starring the Rat Pack, the film was re-made in 2001 with an all star cast topped by Hollywood heartthrobs George Clooney and Brad Pitt. The

Take a Real Bite out of Delicious Robert Pattinson

If Daniel Craig has a popsicle, why couldn't Robert Pattinson have a chocolate bar? Oh, wait! He does! Necco and their sub-brand, Sky Bar, have unleashed New Moon bars in three varieties—Edward, Bella and Jacob, natch—in Blockbuster stores around the country. But that's not all they have for your sweet fangs… The folks behind the Valentine's Day-friendly treats also created special boxes of Twilight Sweethearts. Flavors include as "Orange Obsession," "Tempting Apple," "Passion Fruit" and "Secret Strawberry." More importantly, gone are phrases such as "Fax Me" and "Will U B Mine." Stuff like "Dazzle,"...
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