Foreign movies are finding acceptance in mainstream American cinema. This acceptance has been a long process in the making and even then there are still a large number of American moviegoers who can’t name ten foreign movies let alone ten of their favorites. I used to own a DVD rental store for three years and my eyes were really opened when I started stocking Criterion Collection movies. Watching these movies opened up a whole new world of cinema that I didn’t know existed. The following is my list of best foreign movies ever!
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2) Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon – This movie is important in so many ways. This was the first time many American viewers saw the likes of Chow Yun-Fat, Michelle Yeoh, and Zhang Ziyi. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon also introduced us to Ang Lee and his superb directing style. Aside from winning the Oscar for Best Foreign Film this movie was nominated for 9 other Oscars during the 73rd annual festival. Also more importantly, Wo Ping Yuen was introduced behind the scenes. He was the fight choreographer for this movie and almost every movie you like to watch with cool fight sequences in it. Kill Bill, The Matrix movies, Unleashed, Black Mask… Just to name a few.
She married Cecil Womack in 1967 with whom she had three children. The two of them co-wrote “the Doctor” in 1968 which became her final pop hit, this time under Jubilee Records. She was able to release two songs produced by Bobby Womack, her husband’s brother, then decided to retire from music in 1974 to focus on her family, particularly on her children.
“Harvey, will you please finish giving out the sandwiches? And there is a sack of apples in my trunk, if you don’t mind.” Gianelli handed the keys to the big man. He took Clarissa by the arm and steered her toward a bench.
In all the books I’ve read about successful people – I don’t recall reading about anybody that became successful without persistence. Nobody made it by quitting. They all had help and they all kept trying. From Henry Ford to Bill Gates to Pete Winslow. Pete who? Pete Winslow – a friend of mine that tried to lose weight for years. He tried every diet in the book – every weight loss program on the market. Nothing worked, or if it did he gained the weight back as soon as he stopped the program. Then he found a coach and his wife and daughter got involved. Did it make a difference? Over 50 kilos in 18 months! And it stayed off because it was done properly! Yep – it made a difference.