For the scene where Clemenza is cooking, Francis Ford Coppola originally wrote in the script, "Clemenza browns some sausage". Upon seeing this, Mario Puzo crossed out "browns" and replaced it with "fries", writing in the margin, "Gangsters don't brown."
This is my favourite from the first three Star Wars films made. It really gets into some pretty deep areas, psychologically. The father-son relationship here is critical of course, and what fascinates me most about this film.
Artist Colin Morella has created this new series of Star Wars-inspired poster art. They not only include the films of the original trilogy, but also the upcoming highly-anticipated movies that include Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Star Wars Anthology: Rogue One. These designs are stunning
One of the all-time great movie posters. The first movie of young Christian Bale (Batman) about the Japanese invasion of China. This poster manages to capture so many elements of the film it's hard to know where to start: the kid's love of airplanes, the POW camp, the war, the Japanese "rising sun" emblem... rendered in the style of a Chinese brush painting. Brilliant.