Top 10 Movie Classics Men Must See Before They Die
I’m sure most of you guys have seen a lot of the best, coolest and most exciting movies of the last 5-10 years. But, when it comes to this topic, a movie Time Machine is required. Here we go:
We all know that women like “bad boys,” or at least guys who act like bad boys. With “Hud,” Paul Newman set the bar pretty high as a bad boy role model. Hud’s primary interests are women, women, women and business, sort of. While you may not fill a pair of jeans as well as Paul, the smirk, and slouchy walk, CAN be learned.
For any young man in the today’s world, the combining of business and sex can be a tricky matter. Although Humphrey Bogart was short, skinny and kind of homely, he had the screen confidence to pull this feat off.
Before “Star Wars” and “Aliens,” “Forbidden Planet” combined sci-fi action, and FX, in a way never seen before. Even more mind blowing after a few shots.
With action, romance and a topical subject, “Casablanca,” one of hundreds of movies Warner Brothers churned out the same year, became an instant hit and a timeless classic.
While some favor “Gone With the Wind,” I see “Giant” as Hollywood’s best epic drama. James Dean, Elizabeth Taylor and Rock Hudson were never better as oil people trapped in a sticky triangle.
About Joe Posner Joe is a freelance writer, which means he’s (almost) always writing or looking for writing work. In his spare time, Joe enjoys nature hikes and listening to odd, iTunes radio shows on his Mac.