Plan 9 from Outer Space (1957)
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1959, the year of North by Northwest, Ben Hur, Some Like It Hot, Anatomy of a Murder, and THIS!
The grief from his wife's death became greater and greater agony. The home they had so long shared became a tomb, a sweet memory of her joyous living. The sky to which he had once looked was now only a covering for her dead body. The ever-beautiful flowers she had planted with her own hands became nothing more than the lost roses of her cheeks. Confused by his great loss, the old man left that home... never to return again!
I remember this scene from Burton's Ed Wood (1994) very well. I have always thought it was sad.
PS. This movie is better than The Room (2003). Watch it!
The direction is incredible and the writing is fast and witty, not even mentioning the groundbreaking special effects that still look cutting edge to this day. This movie is a masterpiece and a classic.
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This movie ranks #48 in Badmovies.org's Best B-Movies
This movie ranks #56 in BFI's 100 Science Fiction Films
This movie ranks #71 in BFI's 100 Cult Films
This movie ranks #214 in Jennifer Eiss's 500 Essential Cult Movies
This movie ranks #512 in TSZDT's The 1,000 Greatest Horror Films