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For the first time in many years, a friend of ours traveled from his rural town to the city to attend a movie.

After buying his ticket he stopped at the concession stand to purchase some popcorn. Handing the attendant $ 1.50, my friend couldn’t help but comment,
“The last time I came to the movie, popcorn was only 15 cents.”

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11 Scary Movies You May Not Know

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Halloween is a day for doling out miniature candy bars, dressing up like Donald Trump or Daenerys Targaryen, and watching scary movies. But what kind of scary? Even bad horror movies offer moments that can make you jump out of your skin, like the renowned hospital scene from the otherwise dire Exorcist III. But truly great horror movies are after something grander. They want to get under your skin and stay there.

Of course, everybody knows Psycho, The Exorcist, and The Shining. So here are 11 spooky movies that you may not know. Not all of them will have you shrieking in fear, but they are sure to give you the heebie-jeebies.

 



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Freaks (1932)
The early 1930s produced classic horror pictures like the original Frankenstein with Boris Karloff and Dracula with Bela Lugosi, but none packs the wallop of Tod Browning’s story about a scheming trapeze artist who marries a prosperous sideshow midget in order to get his money. Her greed brings down the wrath of his colleagues, played by genuine so-called freaks—carny performers with real deformities. While the movie’s original ending (castration, melted flesh) was replaced by a milder one, Browning’s film remains a one-of-a-kind experience—by turns disturbing, terrifying, sensationalistic.

 



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Eyes Without a Face (1960)
Talk about a killer premise. In this French classic, a crazed plastic surgeon begins grabbing women—and removing their faces in an attempt to graft them onto his daughter, who’s been disfigured in an accident. While this may sound grisly as the dickens, director Georges Franju infuses the spookiness with a strange, haunting poetry that lingers in the mind. More eerie than scary, this movie went on to inspire everything from a Billy Idol pop hit to the psycho killer’s mask in Halloween.

 



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The Birds (1963)
Yes, Psycho makes you scream louder, but Alfred Hitchcock taps into a deeper current of anxiety in this story about a socialite (Tippi Hedren) whose delivery of lovebirds to a handsome lawyer (Rod Taylor) appears to unleash a series of malevolent, insanely violent bird attacks around Bodega Bay, California. Taut with suspense and surprisingly grisly, this endlessly interpretable film (based on a story by Daphne du Maurier) changes the way you see the world. Just as nobody has entered a shower in the same way since the Bates Motel, you’ll never look at birds grouping on a wire in the same way again.

 



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Don’t Look Now (1973)
Here is one horror classic that lives up to the atmosphere of dread it creates. Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie play a married couple who, after the death of their young daughter, travel to Venice; thanks to various psychics and sightings, they come to believe that their daughter is trying to contact them. Directed with amazing virtuosity by Nicolas Roeg—who skips between past, present, and future, between horrifying death and a legendary sex scene—the film not only evokes an incomparably sinister Venice but, in its teasing image of the girl in the red coat, offers one of the most unsettling images in modern movies.

 



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The Tenant (1976)
You can’t think scary without thinking Roman Polanski, whose demonic Rosemary’s Baby is a well-visited landmark and whose psycho-slasher movie, Repulsion, still scares the heck out of me. Still, his most frightening film is probably this one. Polanski himself stars as Trelkovsky, who rents a room in a glum Paris apartment whose previous owner flung herself out the window. Surrounded by hostile neighbors and “clues” about his predecessor’s death, he begins to fall apart. Moving from black comedy to gotcha shock, this is one of the definitive movies about big-city paranoia and how it messes with your mind.

 



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The Last Wave (1977)
What seagulls are to The Birds, freaky rainstorms are to this terrific Australian movie—proof the world is out of joint. Richard Chamberlain stars as a Sydney attorney who’s hired to defend a group of indigenous men (then called “Aborigines”) in a murder case. Soon, as if entering into one of the suspect’s dreamtime, he begins to have weird, terrifying premonitions of the apocalypse. Director Peter Weir has always been masterful at creating powerful moods, and this unfairly forgotten horror-thriller recalls The Shining and Poltergeist in its hints of cosmic retribution.

 



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Possession (1981)
Although Andrzej Zulawski’s film is hard to classify—is it a marital drama, a psychodrama, a monster movie?—the one undeniable thing is that it’s scary. Set near the Berlin Wall, it stars Sam Neill as a spy who returns from a mission to discover that his wife (Isabelle Adjani, ravishing) wants a divorce. Sounds simple, right? But that’s before things start to go berserkers: You’ve got your blood, your sex, your doppelgängers, your mysterious creatures—all of which are played in a note of high hysteria. Hard to get your hands on, but a real cult classic.

 



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Near Dark (1987)
Two decades before she won the Oscar for The Hurt Locker, Kathryn Bigelow announced her brilliance with this beautiful thriller about a gorgeous farm boy (Adrian Pasdar) who falls in love with a drifter (Jenny Wright) and gets pulled into the circle of a group of marauding vampires. At once lullingly romantic and unabashedly disturbing—the gang’s raid on a honky-tonk is ghastly and riveting—this is something rare: a genuinely original vampire movie.
 



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Cure (1997)
Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s terrific thriller starts out like a conventional cop movie: A detective (the great Kôji Yakusho) is investigating who’s killing people and cutting a big X into their bodies. But it quickly becomes clear there’s nothing conventional about these murders or about the astonishingly creepy villain (Masato Hagiwara), who may be the limpest bad guy in movie history. No gaudy showman like Hannibal Lecter or Freddie Krueger, he’s something scarier—a man whose very passivity suggests a new, incomprehensible, and perhaps unbeatable form of evil.

 



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Lost Highway (1997)
“Getting lost is beautiful,” David Lynch once told me. He might have added that it can also be scary. He’s never had a hero more lost than in this noirish head trip about a musician (Bill Pullman) who’s convicted of killing his wife (Patricia Arquette), and then, in prison, morphs into somebody else altogether (Balthazar Getty). Unfolding like a dark and uneasy dream—there’s aggressive music by Trent Reznor, a literally dazzling sex scene, a prevailing atmosphere of confusion and menace—the movie also contains perhaps the scariest figure in all of Lynch’s work: the pale, eyebrow-less Mystery Man, played by Robert Blake in his last performance before being arrested for (and acquitted of) murdering his wife.

 



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A Tale of Two Sisters (2003)
Derived from a Korean folktale, Kim Jee-woon’s beautifully turned gothic yarn is about two teenage girls—one bold, one silent—who return home from a mental institution to discover that home’s not all it’s cracked up to be. Their dead mother has been replaced by an overbearing stepmother who’s involved in a weird psychological war with their dad. Toss in some spooky dreams, visions, and memories (repressed and otherwise) and their house is a psychological pressure cooker. You just know bad things are going to happen.

 

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Remember that perplexing scene in “Interstellar” when Matt Damon pops up and tries to kill Matthew McConaughey so he can return to Earth? The one that, as the Internet gladly pointed out last year, was rife with plot holes and silly space fisticuffs? I’d like to think that Damon saw his bit in the Christopher Nolan film, rolled his eyes and said, “The moviegoing world deserves better. Let’s do better.”

Enter “The Martian.” It started as a popular debut novel by Andy Weir, but the movie could have easily gone south: Sci-fi maestro Ridley Scott (“Alien,” “Blade Runner”) hasn’t made a great film since 2007’s “American Gangster,” and this lofty yarn was greenlit under the shadow of the technologically groundbreaking ”Gravity” and Nolan’s aforementioned space-time epic. But the Damon comeuppance that I’ve concocted in my imagination is quite applicable indeed, because “The Martian” is phenomenal.

Having premiered at the ongoing Toronto Film Festival ahead of its Oct. 2 release, “The Martian” is a populist sci-fi adventure that clocks in at more than two hours, yet flies by. It’s like the film operates at zero gravity — it’s nerdy if you want it to be, but there is nothing fussy or ornate to weigh it down. As a survival story about Mark Watney (Damon), an astronaut stranded on Mars after his crew flees a windstorm, it is a witty character piece brimming with humor. As an interplanetary adventure about the NASA team coordinating Mark’s rescue and the botany and engineering skills he administers to stay alive, it is a thrill ride about a resourceful guy who “sciences the shit out of” a terrifying predicament. But scientific minutiae are not the movie’s MO, however technical the jargon is at times. The story is crystal clear (bye, “Interstellar”), the characters are three-dimensional beings without a hammy metaphor to work toward (sorry, “Gravity”), and the aesthetics are so understatedly beautiful that you might forget to marvel (see ya, Marvel). 

And the supporting cast! Oh, that dynamite supporting cast. Mark’s crew comprises Jessica Chastain, who plays the mission’s sturdy commander, as well as Michael Peña, Kate Mara, Sebastian Stan and Aksel Hennie. Back in Houston, where there is most definitely a problem that extends to a national PR crisis, we find Jeff Daniels as the NASA director, Chiwetel Ejiofor as a scientific strategist and Donald Glover as an 11th-hour savior. Not to mention Kristen Wiig (though the movie doesn’t quite know what to do with her character), Sean Bean and Mackenzie Davis, who carries a surprising amount of the earthbound humor. That’s an expansive list of actors, and Drew Goddard’s script manages to give each his or her proper due. We don’t know much about Mark’s and the others’ lives beyond Mars and/or NASA, and that’s perfectly fine because we understand what makes them tick within the parameters of their plight. That’s a true accomplishment.

I expect “The Martian” will find the box-office velocity it deserves. It’s the third movie I’ve seen this year, after “Mad Max: Fury Road” and “Inside Out,” that is worthy of a Best Picture nomination, which it very well could garner. But first, let yourself be carried up, up and away by the film, whose stirring conclusion had me in tears. “The Martian” is removed from the dystopian-slanted existentialism that has come to define science-fiction since “2001: A Space Odyssey” bolstered the genre in 1968. This movie has heart. With that, Ridley Scott has given us something special. 

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Vogue’s Fall Movie Guide: 24 Movies You Should Watch This Season

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If spring is the season of slim pickings at the movies, and summer the time for celluloid junk food, then autumn—the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, as John Keats once called it—is when the cinematic chefs serve up their most ambitious fare. Every single week you’ll find movies that, even if they aren’t always good, are genuinely trying to be. Here are the ones we’re really looking forward to.

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This Theory Perfectly Explains Why ‘The Hobbit’ Movies Were So Bad

Look, some of us liked “The Hobbit” trilogy. They’re not the perfect movies, but it’s a perfect adventure. Oh, and there’s a dragon who’s a total baller.

Other people, however, didn’t really appreciate the films. In fact, they really hated them.

And that’s how frenemies are made.

The criticism has been that the movies were overly exaggerated, there was too much CGI and it didn’t need to be stretched into a trilogy. Now, a fan theory suggests the films were actually meant to be a little ridiculous and needlessly drawn out.

The Theory: “The Hobbit” films were bloated with CGI and long-winded because they represent Bilbo’s own exaggerated retellings of his adventure.

Redditor Questionbdp posed the idea as “internal justification” for why the movies were a “disappointment,” and it actually makes sense. The Redditor explains:

What Bilbo actually experienced during his adventure with the Dwarves was probably far less significant and monumental than the movies make it out to be, because the movies show how Bilbo retells his adventures, not how he actually lived them.

The theory goes on to say Bilbo probably felt bummed after he returned from his adventure to find all the other Hobbits didn’t care and were selling off all his stuff. (You nasty Hobbitses!) Because of this, he makes his story larger than life and “events which only filled a small book turned into three separate movies.”

Commenters called the theory “brilliant,” and one even joked, “Lol, Peter Jackson, is that you?”

Speaking of Jackson, even he says “The Hobbit” movies were meant to be a different tone than “Lord of the Rings,” but could this be the reason why?

In J. R. R. Tolkien‘s original stories, Bilbo authors his own memoir, There and Back Again, so it’s entirely possible that he embellished a bit. The dude was pretty good at making stuff up when explaining how he escaped the Goblin tunnels to his Dwarf bros, after all. And how else would you explain Legolas running up a crumbling tower?

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The Most Iconic Jewelry in Movies

Precious jewels have provided fodder for drama practically since drama was invented, with precious stones and trinkets used as plot devices in plays written as far back as 100 B.C. As man-made substitutes such as rhinestones, moissanite and cubic zirconium started making the market for seemingly-precious stones more, well, precious, so did the real thing become more dramatic to seek out on film. Here are a few of the most sought after, revered and iconic pieces of jewelry dramatized for our viewing pleasure.

Heart of the Ocean — Titanic

James Cameron’s box office champ offered up one eye-popping set piece after the other, not the least of which was Kate Winslet’s greatest asset. Get your mind out of the gutter! We’re talking about the legendary Heart of the Ocean necklace worn by her character, Rose. Lore has it that the diamond was originally owned by Louis XVI and cut into a heart shape after the French Revolution. Caledon Hockley (Billy Zane), the wealthy son of a Pittsburgh steel tycoon, purchased the diamond for Rose, his fiancée, who soon finds herself swooning over Leonardo DiCaprio’s starving artist, Jack Dawson.

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The Pink Panther Diamond — The Pink Panther Series

The Pink Panther is a large and valuable pink diamond, first shown in the first film of the series, released in 1963, which introduced Peter Sellers’ iconic character of bumbling French police inspector Jacques Clouseau. The diamond is called the “Pink Panther,” because of the flaw at its center: when viewed closely, it is said to resemble a leaping pink panther. The phrase reappears in the title of the fourth film The Return of the Pink Panther, in which the theft of the diamond is again the center of the plot. The phrase was used for all the subsequent films in the series, even when the jewel did not figure in the plot. It ultimately appeared in six of the eleven films.

One Ring — Lord of the Rings Trilogy

Never has one piece of jewelry caused so much misery, mayhem and death as the One Ring from J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings Trilogy. The ring is deceptive: it appears on first glance to be a ring that bears invisibility upon its wearer. However, we later learn that it was crafted by Sauron the Dark Lord as part of his design to win domination over Middle-Earth. The Lord of the Rings concerns the quest to destroy the Ring to keep Sauron from fulfilling his design. This is a good example of when a simple moissanite ring would have sufficed, not to mention saved a lot of nice people headaches (and severed limbs).

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Marilyn’s Diamonds — Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

Marilyn Monroe’s ode to materialism, “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend,” might be her most signature moment in a career that produced many. Bedecked in ice from the neck down, Marilyn’s seductive jig through a parade of suitors was the ultimate symbolic salute to 1950s materialism that (depending on your POV) either blessed or cursed generations of women after. That said, few women before or since made looking sparkly quite so…sparkly.

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Julia Roberts’ Necklace–Pretty Woman

When wealthy tycoon Richard Gere does a My Fair Lady-style makeover on streetwalker Julia Roberts in director Garry Marshall’s box office smash, his finishing touch is the stunning necklace he puts around her neck. Custom made by French jeweler Fred Joaillier, the necklace is made with 23 pear-cut rubies set in the centers of diamond encrusted hearts, set in 18k white gold. It’s understandable that Gere initially snaps the box shut on Roberts’ fingers as she reaches for it–we wouldn’t want to give it up, either!

007’s Rolex Submariner–The James Bond Series (Connery, Moore and Dalton)

The James Bond series established from the get-go that if you’re a world-class secret agent, only the best will do. From the series’ first film, Dr. No, in 1962, Bond wore a Rolex Submariner as his timepiece of choice. As the series progressed, the Rolex had many other functions, as well: laser beam cutter, saw, poison dart gun, etc. Designed as a diving watch by Rolex in 1954, it was largely used by military personnel until it was so popularized by the Bond films, that it remains Rolex’s top-selling model today.

007’s Omega Seamaster — The James Bond Series (Brosnan and Craig)

Bond traded his Rolex (some watch enthusiasts feel in a downward direction) for an Omega Seamaster, an equally venerable sport watch made by the famous Swiss watchmaker since 1948. With its distinctive blue bezel and face, Bond’s Seamaster can be worn with a short-sleeve shirt or a tuxedo with equal aplomb. Like its Rolex predecessors, Bond’s Omega has also been outfitted with a variety of gadgets that have gotten the superspy both into and out of hot water.

Cache of South African Diamonds — Diamonds Are Forever

Okay, so we’re James Bond fans. If you don’t like it, click on another link and be gone! In Sean Connery’s last “official” turn as James Bond (Never Say Never Again, made 12 years later, is viewed by many as a “bootleg” Bond flick), 007 poses as a diamond smuggler in order to smash a group of criminals, but uncovers a plot by old nemesis Ernst Stavro Blofeld to use the diamonds in the construction of a giant laser (a precursor to drone strikes, if you will) to be used as a terrorism tool from space. The diamonds act as a “McGuffin,” or forgotten plot device, until the final, very humorous shot of the film.

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The Galaxy — Men in Black

No doubt the most complicated jewel on this list, Agents J (Will Smith) and Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) spend most of this wild, joyful sci-fi romp seeking it out to save it, while a villainous Bug (Vincent D’Onofrio) wants to destroy it. Yes, it’s an actual galaxy containing planets filled with peaceful beings, but it’s also small. As in the size of a marble. As in it’s hanging on a collar around a cat’s neck. Protecting said galaxy around said cat’s neck becomes the mission of these top secret agents of the MIB, in what has to be the most important jewel in film history, or certainly the most populous.

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The Bag of Diamonds — Reservoir Dogs

Another classic example of a McGuffin, Quentin Tarantino’s freshman directorial effort shocked many with its gleefully graphic violence and virtual iambic pentameter profanity, with a plot primarily revolving around a diamond heist gone horribly, horribly wrong, and the aftermath where the surviving thieves convene in a remote warehouse to ostensibly divide the loot. Of course, things get more complicated than that. Although we never actually see the diamonds in question, the bloodbath that ensues during the film’s duration gives little doubt as to their value, or to the talent of the man who has simply come to be known as “Q.T.”

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The Most Iconic Jewelry in Movies

Precious jewels have provided fodder for drama practically since drama was invented, with precious stones and trinkets used as plot devices in plays written as far back as 100 B.C. As man-made substitutes such as rhinestones, moissanite, and cubic zirconium started making the market for seemingly-precious stones more, well, precious, so did the real thing become more dramatic to seek out on film. Here are a few of the most sought after, revered and iconic pieces of jewelry dramatized for our viewing pleasure.

Heart of the Ocean–Titanic

James Cameron’s box office champ offered up one eye-popping set piece after the other, not the least of which was Kate Winslet’s greatest asset. Get your mind out of the gutter! We’re talking about the legendary Heart of the Ocean necklace worn by her character, Rose. Lore has it that the diamond was originally owned by Louis XVI and cut into a heart shape after the French Revolution. Caledon Hockley (Billy Zane), the wealthy son of a Pittsburgh steel tycoon, purchased the diamond for Rose, his fiancée, who soon finds herself swooning over Leonardo DiCaprio’s starving artist, Jack Dawson.

2015-07-11-1436601166-7221812-ppdiamond
The Pink Panther Diamond–The Pink Panther Series

The Pink Panther is a large and valuable pink diamond, first shown in the first film of the series, released in 1963, which introduced Peter Sellers’ iconic character of bumbling French police inspector Jacques Clouseau. The diamond is called the “Pink Panther,” because of the flaw at its center: when viewed closely, it is said to resemble a leaping pink panther. The phrase reappears in the title of the fourth film The Return of the Pink Panther, in which the theft of the diamond is again the center of the plot. The phrase was used for all the subsequent films in the series, even when the jewel did not figure in the plot. It ultimately appeared in six of the eleven films.

One Ring–Lord of the Rings Trilogy

Never has one piece of jewelry caused so much misery, mayhem and death as the One Ring from J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings Trilogy. The ring is deceptive: it appears on first glance to be a ring that bears invisibility upon its wearer. However, we later learn that it was crafted by Sauron the Dark Lord as part of his design to win domination over Middle-Earth. The Lord of the Rings concerns the quest to destroy the Ring to keep Sauron from fulfilling his design. This is a good example of when a simple moissanite ring would have sufficed, not to mention saved a lot of nice people headaches (and severed limbs).

2015-07-11-1436601207-8505812-MMdiamonds
Marilyn’s Diamonds–Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

Marilyn Monroe’s ode to materialism, “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend,” might be her most signature moment in a career that produced many. Bedecked in ice from the neck down, Marilyn’s seductive jig through a parade of suitors was the ultimate symbolic salute to 1950s materialism that (depending on your POV) either blessed or cursed generations of women after. That said, few women before or since made looking sparkly quite so…sparkly.

2015-07-11-1436601315-4540996-PW
Julia Roberts’ Necklace–Pretty Woman

When wealthy tycoon Richard Gere does a My Fair Lady-style makeover on streetwalker Julia Roberts in director Garry Marshall’s box office smash, his finishing touch is the stunning necklace he puts around her neck. Custom made by French jeweler Fred Joaillier, the necklace is made with 23 pear-cut rubies set in the centers of diamond encrusted hearts, set in 18k white gold. It’s understandable that Gere initially snaps the box shut on Roberts’ fingers as she reaches for it–we wouldn’t want to give it up, either!

007’s Rolex Submariner–The James Bond Series (Connery, Moore and Dalton)

The James Bond series established from the get-go that if you’re a world-class secret agent, only the best will do. From the series’ first film, Dr. No, in 1962, Bond wore a Rolex Submariner as his timepiece of choice. As the series progressed, the Rolex had many other functions, as well: laser beam cutter, saw, poison dart gun, etc. Designed as a diving watch by Rolex in 1954, it was largely used by military personnel until it was so popularized by the Bond films, that it remains Rolex’s top-selling model today.

007’s Omega Seamaster–The James Bond Series (Brosnan and Craig)

Bond traded his Rolex (some watch enthusiasts feel in a downward direction) for an Omega Seamaster, an equally venerable sport watch made by the famous Swiss watchmaker since 1948. With its distinctive blue bezel and face, Bond’s Seamaster can be worn with a short-sleeve shirt or a tuxedo with equal aplomb. Like its Rolex predecessors, Bond’s Omega has also been outfitted with a variety of gadgets that have gotten the superspy both into and out of hot water.

Cache of South African Diamonds–Diamonds Are Forever

Okay, so we’re James Bond fans. If you don’t like it, click on another link and be gone! In Sean Connery’s last “official” turn as James Bond (Never Say Never Again, made 12 years later, is viewed by many as a “bootleg” Bond flick), 007 poses as a diamond smuggler in order to smash a group of criminals, but uncovers a plot by old nemesis Ernst Stavro Blofeld to use the diamonds in the construction of a giant laser (a precursor to drone strikes, if you will) to be used as a terrorism tool from space. The diamonds act as a “McGuffin,” or forgotten plot device, until the final, very humorous shot of the film.

2015-07-11-1436601441-5308040-MIBgalaxy
The Galaxy–Men in Black

No doubt the most complicated jewel on this list, Agents J (Will Smith) and Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) spend most of this wild, joyful sci-fi romp seeking it out to save it, while a villainous Bug (Vincent D’Onofrio) wants to destroy it. Yes, it’s an actual galaxy containing planets filled with peaceful beings, but it’s also small. As in the size of a marble. As in it’s hanging on a collar around a cat’s neck. Protecting said galaxy around said cat’s neck becomes the mission of these top secret agents of the MIB, in what has to be the most important jewel in film history, or certainly the most populous.

2015-07-11-1436601470-5372828-RD
The Bag of Diamonds–Reservoir Dogs

Another classic example of a McGuffin, Quentin Tarantino’s freshman directorial effort shocked many with its gleefully graphic violence and virtual iambic pentameter profanity, with a plot primarily revolving around a diamond heist gone horribly, horribly wrong, and the aftermath where the surviving thieves convene in a remote warehouse to ostensibly divide the loot. Of course, things get more complicated than that. Although we never actually see the diamonds in question, the bloodbath that ensues during the film’s duration gives little doubt as to their value, or to the talent of the man who has simply come to be known as “Q.T.”

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