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1. There Will Be Blood

Rotten tomatoes score: 86%
IMDb: 8.2

There Will Be Blood

Inspired by Upton Sinclair’s novel Oil, it tells the story of a silver miner-turned-oilman (Day-Lewis) on a ruthless quest for wealth during Southern California’s oil boom of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The film is widely regarded as the best film of the 2000s, and as one of the greatest films of all time.

2. Limitless

Rotten tomatoes score: 74%
IMDb: 7.4

Limitless

The film follows Edward Morra, a struggling writer who is introduced to a nootropic drug called NZT-48, which gives him the ability to fully utilize his brain and vastly improve his lifestyle. Stars Bradley Cooper, Abbie Cornish, Robert De Niro, Andrew Howard, and Anna Friel.

3. Middle Men

Rotten tomatoes score: 55%
IMDb: 6.6

Middle Men

Stars Luke Wilson, Giovanni Ribisi, Gabriel Macht and James Caan.[4] The movie is based on the experiences of Christopher Mallick who was previously associated with the internet billing companies Paycom and ePassporte. Christopher Mallick has been accused of stealing millions of dollars from his customers at ePassporte to fund the creation of the film.

4. The Great Gatsby (1974)

Rotten tomatoes score: 47%
IMDb: 6.4

The Great Gatsby

American romantic drama film based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 1925 novel of the same name. We all know the story high school reading. The film stars Robert Redford in the title role of Jay Gatsby, along with Mia Farrow, Sam Waterston, Bruce Dern, Karen Black, Scott Wilson and Lois Chiles.

5. Lord of War

Rotten tomatoes score: 84%
IMDb: 7.6

Lord of War

In this crime drama, Nicolas Cage plays an illegal arms dealer, inspired by the stories of several real-life arms dealers and smugglers.[4][5][6] The film was officially endorsed by the human rights group Amnesty International for highlighting the arms trafficking by the international arms industry.

6. The House of Rothschild

Rotten tomatoes score: 63%
IMDb: 6.7

The House of Rothschild

This film chronicles the rise of the Rothschild family of European bankers. It is estimated the Rothschild’s net worth is in the trillions.

7. Entourage

Rotten tomatoes score: 57%
IMDb: 6.6

Entourage

Unlike the previous movies, this is a comedy film and serves as a continuation of the HBO TV series of the same name. It stars the principal cast of the show, Kevin Connolly, Adrian Grenier, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara and Jeremy Piven, and follows actor Vincent Chase who goes overbudget on his directorial debut and must ask newly-appointed studio head Ari Gold for more money.

8. The Diamond Empire

Rotten tomatoes score: N/A
IMDb: N/A

Is Angelina Jolie A Real Life Maleficent?

Jane Bond, a commenter on dlisted.com, has posted a first-hand experience with the Mistress Of Evil.

The post reads:

I actually have personal experience with these two. Back when AJ was pregnant with the twins, they were living in my city while Brad was filming nearby. Zahara and Pax were attending the daycare my daughter attended. Z was in our class. It was NUTS.

All parents had to turn their cellphones into school management during their entire stay – almost 4 months. Parents received a “if you tell anyone they are here, expect to be sued” letter along with specific instructions that we were not allowed to speak to or look directly at Queen Angie. You know, nice and neighborly.

Brad would bring the children in the morning. Drove his own vehicle. Kids clearly adored him and they seemed very happy together. He would personally deliver them to their classrooms and hang out until they were settled, watching protectively over them but not making any fanfare of any kind – clearly trying to help them have as normal an experience as possible.

When Angie came to pick them up, it was like a military operation. She would show up in big hats, dark glasses, would not speak to anyone and made staff rush everyone out and hold parents outside on the parking lot so as not to cross her path. Big black SUV, driver, security personnel. Just total contrast to how Brad went about his time with the kids. Never saw her smile in 4 months.

FWIW, the kids acted very differently around her than they did him. Not as much smiling or affection at all. They did not strike me as a happy family then but you could tell Brad LOVED being a dad. Next thing you know, they were off to France to deliver the twins.

Photos released show Amber Heard’s Closet Damaged During One of Johnny Depp’s Alleged Abusive Rampages

Newly released images submitted by Amber Heard show the destruction from one of Johnny Depp‘s alleged rampages.

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Meet Joe Black’s most bonkers scene goes viral 21 years later

Loosely based on the 1934 classic “Death Takes a Holiday”, Brad Pitt’s opening scene in the 1998 movie has gone viral on Twitter, after it was shared by writer and director Rose O’Shea (also known as Lady Astronaut). Apparently coming across Meet Joe Black for the first time, Rose tweeted the scene where Brad’s unnamed character met Susan Parrish (Claire Forlani) and wrote: ‘This is the most bonkers one minute of a movie that I have ever seen.’

But perhaps the real star is the extra in the pink shirt who walks back and forth behind Joe Black in the scene.