viernes, 12 de mayo de 2006

Las mejores escenas de la historia del cine

Gracias al excelente blog GarageKubrick descubri una lista muy chida de los mejores momentos de las mejores peliculas de la historia, la verdad es que no he visto muchas de ellas, pero ya estan en la lista de espera.

"The great, Grammy-winning musical soundtrack (bluegrass, old-time gospels, African-American spirituals, and country) throughout the film, the singing and recording of "I Am a Man of Constant sorrow" on a radio station by the Soggy

Bottom Boys - silver-tongued, escaped convict and con-man Ulysses Everett McGill (who likes Dapper Dan hair pomade) and his fellow escaped Mississippi chain-gang cons Pete (John Turturro) and Delmar (Tim Blake Nelson) - and their encounters with a church congregation singing "Down to the River to Pray" while being baptized, with seductive sirens, with a one-eyed two-faced Bible salesman Big Dan Teague (John Goodman - representing the Cyclops), and with a Ku Klux Klan rally (with the red-robed Grand Wizard singing "O Death"), in the Coen Brothers' episodic 30s Homeric odyssey"

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