Edward Hopper's New York Movie (1939) is one of his more famous works. It features some of the common themes of his paintings. In this case, an isolated subject of the city whose thoughts and emotions are elsewhere. Having worked for several years at movie theaters, I greatly appreciated a painting in this setting. This post includes my thoughts about New York Movie and some interesting facts about it.
2h 38m - Released 12/10/2007 by Paramount Vantage & Miramax Films - Rated R In the middle of the New Mexico desert in 1898, Daniel Plainview is deep underground at the bottom of a mine, looking for silver, completely alone. He breaks his leg in the type of accident that must have been common in [...]
1h 57m - Released 1/20/1994 by Gramercy Pictures - Rated R When I worked in movie theaters in the mid-nineties, I was passionately aware of every movie that was showing. I knew how many prints of each film were released around the country. I followed their box office performance and of course I repeatedly watched the trailers [...]