As we prepare for another Academy Awards ceremony (and one in which a black-and-white silent movie might win Best Picture for the first time in decades), take a look back at some Oscar winners of yesteryear. We would like to thank the Academy‚ and Netflix for the instant streaming.
The companion piece to Smoke features many of the same characters ad-libbing various situations set in and around Harvey Keitel’s Brooklyn cigar shop.
Harvey Keitel, William Hurt and Forest Whitaker star in director Wayne Wang and writer Paul Auster’s charming collection of New York stories set ’round a Brooklyn cigar shop.
Harvey Keitel scowls, stomps and chainsmokes his way through director John Irvin’s industrial wasteland/moral apocalypse in this nasty crime caper co-starring Stephen Dorff and Timothy Hutton.
Vampires go up against mean motherfu**in’ servants of God in this gonzo Robert Rodriguez/Quentin Tarantino mash-up.
Quentin Tarantino changed the face — and the tune — of the Cinema of Cool forever with his tale of a heist gone horribly yet oh so memorably wrong.
Sylvester Stallone leads a powerhouse alpha-male cast (including Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel and Ray Liotta) in this none too plausible action drama.
Quentin Tarantino’s masterful, multi-layered tale of crime and redemption has somehow gotten even better with age.
Let’s face it — when you want your Gangster Movie fix, you want it now. Luckily, Netflix Instant has plenty of options to get your crime on — here are some of the best gangster movies you can watch, well, instantly.
Imagine being in a Tarantino film. Your chances of surviving aren’t too great unless you follow some simple rules. And yes. There are plot spoilers if you haven’t seen Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill or Inglourious Basterds.