Every day we put together a list of three movies that we think you may enjoy. Here are our three for today.
Happy Tuesday, folks! As you may already know, every day, we put together a list of three movies that we think you'll enjoy, and today is no different. The selections are based on reviews, personal viewing, and relevance. Some you may have seen already, and some may not be your cup of tea, but we hope that at least one of these catches your eye. Without any further ado, let's get right into it.
The first film on our list is the 2002 supernatural horror 'The Ring.' The plot reads:
After her niece, Katie's horrifying death, Rachel, a young journalist, investigates a mysterious videotape that kills its viewers within a week's time.
Gore Verbinski directed the film, and it stars Naomi Watts, Martin Henderson, David Dorfman, Brian Cox, and Daveigh Chase.
The second film on our list is the 1968 Spaghetti Western film 'Once Upon a Time in the West.' The plot reads:
There's a single piece of land around Flagstone with water on it, and rail baron Morton (Gabriele Ferzetti) aims to have it, knowing the new railroad will have to stop there. He sends his henchman Frank (Henry Fonda) to scare the land's owner, McBain (Frank Wolff), but Frank kills him instead and pins it on a known bandit, Cheyenne (Jason Robards). Meanwhile, a mysterious gunslinger with a score to settle (Charles Bronson) and McBain's new wife, Jill (Claudia Cardinale), arrive in town.
Sergio Leone directed the film, and it stars Claudia Cardinale, Henry Fonda, Jason Robards, Charles Bronson, Gabriele Ferzetti, Woody Strode, Jack Elam, Lionel Stander, Paolo Stoppa, Frank Wolff, and Keenan Wynn.
The last film on the list is the 2006 American mockumentary comedy-drama 'Borat.' The plot reads:
Borat, a Kazakh resident, travels to the USA to make a documentary on the country. While on his mission, he learns that the USA is the same as his own country in many ways.
Larry Charles directed the film, and it stars Sacha Baron Cohen