The 1990s gave the world a huge number of cinematic hits, from Oscar-winning masterpieces to blockbusters that set new standards for visual effects and box office numbers. So let’s take a look at some of the best movies from that era currently available on Netflix, and remember the good old days.
Writing about mental illness can be tricky because everyone’s perception is fundamentally different. Making films about mental illness is twice as tricky because films are a staple of popular culture and expose a wide audience to a very personal issue. Listed below are 10 hyper-specific mental disorders and 10 films that do (at least) a half-decent job at demonstrating how they work and how people with these disorders feel.
Photographer Santiago Borja Lopez has manage to capture some of the most breathtaking cloud formations straight from his cockpit. Santiago is a pilot working for Ecuador Airlines, and every time he is off-duty, he whips out his trusty camera to capture the most mind-blowing sights that the sky has to offer.
Joker has been one of the greatest villains in the history of comic books for decades. He’s been cracking killing jokes in Gotham City since 1940! He’s robbed banks, killed a ton of people, and was even the first ever man to commit murder on the Moon. He’s a totally insane badass! Get ready to meet top 5 most insane Jokers of all time!
Francois Dourlen has come up with one hell of an idea – transforming landscapes using images from movies and TV. He takes pictures of himself holding the phone, using it as a canvas to insert an appropriate pop culture reference, such as The Simpsons, Star Wars, Disney characters, Guardians Of The Galaxy, and many others.