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Old 12-03-2012, 08:29 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Default Re: DVDVR's Top 188 Films of the 1960s

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Originally Posted by blarg_ View Post
Good list.

I'd add:

Blood and Black Lace
Seconds
Cul-De-Sac
The Fearless Vampire Killers
The Swimmer
La Jetee
Faccia a Faccia
The Cremator
Le Trou

Please correct me if some of these are on the list and I missed them.



Eyes wide shut is better, and it's Stanley Kubrick's most underrated and misunderstood masterpiece. 2001 was a technical feet for it's time and can't be discounted though. The esoteria behind both Eyes wide shut and 2001 are both equally important for completely different reasons.
La Jetee is awesome, Marker is still one of my favorite directors. Sans Soleil is one of the most powerful things i have ever seen.

About Kubrick, yes i understand what you mean in the technical aspect and i don't pull the movie aside, but number 1 in a decade with an incredible amount of masterpieces like the 60's seems a little too much. At least to me.
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