Images, Movies A Photo Gallery of Stanley Kubrick With Famous People Laura Frances 4 years ago 1 Comment Facebook Prev Article Next Article How about a piece of that cake pal? We don’t have all day. Frank Silvera, Irene Kane, and Kubrick shooting Killer’s Kiss Kubrick and Carlo Fiore in 1960 Famous silhouettes Previous 1 2 3 4 Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts Who Even Runs Pokemon’s Twitter Account? Nat B April 8, 2015 Robert Downey Jr. Kills His Golden Globes Acceptance Speech Paul January 19, 2010 Customer Draws Amazingly Detailed ‘Lord of the Rings’ Map on Cardboard Starbucks Cup Nat B January 28, 2015 10 Great Pool Scenes in Movies Nat B June 10, 2010 A Piece of Protoss Propaganda Paul July 18, 2012 Steampunk Iron Man Seems Like a Logical Conclusion Paul October 13, 2010 About The Author Laura Frances More from this Author Laura Frances is a soldier in the superhero army. Jake Fortner All I have to say is thank you. I’ve studied Kubrick in college for several projects now, and he is one of my favorite directors, and I thank you for the gallery, and thank you for saying the truth that no one wants to hear. We can tout a lot of modern filmmakers, but damn . . . when you watch a movie in, say, the 70s, and you see how each shot is painstakingly set up to use reflections, colors, and movement to capture not only what is supposed to real, but what these people think, feel, and what they are going to do – without saying a word – it becomes very obvious that type of filmmaking is dead. There are some filmmakers from time to time that use some of these old standards (Paul Thomas Anderson is one). We can’t settle for calling every big movie a classic anymore, our standards are too low. But yeah, makes me sad. 2001 has so much detail in it it’s rediculous. Man, I miss those kinds of movies.