- Casino Royale Review
- Carrie (1976)
- Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)
- Trainspotting (1996)
- Rain Man (1988)
- Fatal Attraction (1987)
- Targets (1968)
- An Education (2009)
- Mirror, The (1974)
- Fargo (1996)
- Fight Club (1999)
- Do The Right Thing (1989)
- Report (1967)
- Is "The Sting" The Best Gambling Film Ever Made?
- Pink Flamingos (1972)
- Ox-Bow Incident, The (1943), Or 28 Angry Men
- Rome, Open City (1945)
- Spring in a Small Town (1948)
- Drive (2011)
- Vinyl (1965)
- Seconds (1966)
- Rosemary's Baby (1968)
- A Hollywood Invasion of Casino Halls
- Thin Man, The (1934)
- In The Heat of the Night (1967)
- All In: The Poker Movie, Player’s Best Tricks
- Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)
- 1001 Club - Skyfall (2012)
- 1001 Club - When Harry Met Sally... (1988)
- 1001 Club - Rain Man (1988)
1001 Club - Last Wave, the (1977)
#619. The Last Wave (1977)
Why It's In The Book: "If Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975) appears to be about man's adversarial relationship with nature, then Peter Wier's enigmatic The Last Wave seems to be about man's symbiotic relationship with nature... increasing the tension with the hallucinatory intensity, Weir seems intent on leaving you as confused as his protagonist, leading up to a curious and truly perplexing conclusion that may or may not belie everything we have been made to believe." -1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die
Siochembio - 8.5/10
"Weir’s world is so entrancing, I fall under its spell. He has me; he caught me in his web, and I will buy in to anything he presents me."
Adolytsi - 8/10
"All in all, I didn’t go into this expecting much, and was pleasantly rewarded with a surprisingly gripping thriller that kept me invested and always wondering what was going on all the way until the last shot."
Movie Guy Steve - 8/10
"This is a film firmly rooted in a sort of spiritual other world, but even that is selling it short."
Nicolas Krizan - 8/10
"Linking outer and inner realities, ancient and modern mind sets, destructive and cleansing acts."
Kim Wilson - 6/10
"I was very underwhelmed by director Peter Weir’s would-be apocalyptic endeavor. I enjoyed both Weir’s Gallipoli (1981) and Dead Poets Society (1989), yet the unresolved ending of this movie did not sit well with me. "
Squish - 6/10
"Mysticism and magic are the undercurrent of The Last Wave, but don’t draw us in enough to create an undertow. Though there are (maddeningly few) moments filled with prophetic insight, you who are seeking an occult-laden tale of magic, look elsewhere."