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Old 04-30-2013, 07:00 PM   #5311 (permalink)
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From that bunch the better film is Elephant by far. Audition is also freaking great.

The music talk makes me remember that i was sawing "Lawrence of Arabia" again (not sure why, but anyway) the last week and was captivated for the OST.



edit: i will be probably putting the 60's list tonight and i can say that it has A LOT of french films
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Old 04-30-2013, 07:05 PM   #5312 (permalink)
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Yeah I think I'll give it a go ABH, I am a Fincher fan after all.

I watched Repulsion tonight by Polanski. Bloody amazing film. A journey into complete madness and an amazing study of a fragile mind and how easily a vulnerable person can descend into that mind set. Some shit I won't be forgetting for a while, the stand out aspect being the incredible sound. Everything is built around the sound and it drives you crazy and makes you feel what the main character is feeling. Some stunning imagery too and genuinely creepy. So good.
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Incredible. It's a shame The Social Network won the oscar for best score over Black Swan.
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Yep. I'm sooooooooo watching this about three more times tonight. ABH's rep has inspired me to watch it non-stop every time I go to my User CP.

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Didn't particularly like Brick, The Fountain, Audition or Shame tbh. The Skin I Live In never really appealed to me much but I'll give it a watch at some point because I've heard good things. Not seen Elephant before but it sounds good and it's a Van Sent film, definitely something I'm going to check out too.

Cody I watched Inland Empire too recently, but good shout .

Actually thinking of watching The Outlaw Josey Wales tbh.
I almost said Rabbits just to gauge your reaction.
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Just watched the trailer for this. Not gonna lie it looks interesting. And it also has Morgan Freeman

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So, the 60's list

Two Things:

1) I put 10 movies more, and even then wasn't enough, lots of draws that show the pretty fucking strong level. Also, lots of experimental stuff that i love and a little less hollywood so the list will sound strange.

2) i break my own rule, there is a filmmaker who is present two times in the list (yes, you already know who...)

Spoiler for FOR MORE FRENCH MOVIES, and other stuff:

1- Pierrot Le Fou (Pierrot Goes Wild)(Jean-Luc Godard)
2- Au Hasard Balthazar/Mouchette (Robert Bresson) *Ex-Aequo
3- Akibiyori(Late Autumn)/Sanma No Aji(An Autumn Afternoon) (Yasujiro Ozu) *Ex-Aequo
4- Hatari! (Howard Hawks)
5- Psycho/The Birds (Alfred Hitchcock) *Ex-Aequo
6- L'Avventura(The Adventure)/La Notte(The Night)/L'Eclisse(Eclipse)(Michelangelo Antonioni) *Ex-Aequo
7- Gertrud (Carl Theodor Dreyer)
8- Playtime (Jacques Tati)
9- Persona (Ingmar Bergman)
10- Viridiana (Luis Buñuel)
11- A bout de Souffle (Breathless)/Vivre sa Vie (My Life to Live)/Le Mepris (Contempt)/Una Femme est une Femme (A woman is a Woman)/La Chinoise (Jean-Luc Godard) *Ex-Aequo
12- The man Who shot Liberty Valance (John Ford)
13- Nihon shunka-kô (A treatise of Japanese Bawdy Songs) (Nagisa Oshima)
14- Addieu Philippine (Jacques Rozier)
15- La Jetée (Chris Marker)
16- Shock Corridor (Samuel Fuller)
17- La pyramide humaine (The Human Pyramid)/Chronique D’Un Été (Chronicle of a Summer) (Jean Rouch) *Ex-Aequo
18- The Wild Bunch/Ride the High Country (Sam Peckinpah) *Ex-Aequo
19- My fair Lady (George Cuckor)
20- Lé proces (The trial)/Chimes at Midnight (Orson Welles) *Ex-Aequo
21- L'année derniere á Marienbad (Last Year at Marienbad)/Muriel (Alan Resnais) *Ex-Aequo
22- Family Jewels (Jerry Lewis)
23- Chronik der Anna Magdalena Bach/Othon (Jean Marie Straub/Danièle Huillet) *Ex-Aequo
24- 8 1/2 (Federico Fellini)
25- Terra em Trance (Entranced Earth) (Glauber Rocha)
26- Ma nuit chez Maud (My Night At Maud's)/La Collectionneuse (The collector) *Ex-Aequo
27- The party/The Pink Panther (Blake Edwards)
28- Once upon a Time in the west (Sergio Leone)
29- Le feu Follet (The fire within) (Louis Malle)
30- Il vangelo secondo Matteo (The Gospel According to Matthew)/ Teorema (Theorem) (Pier Paolo Pasolini) *Ex-Aequo
31- Faces/Husbands (John Cassavetes) *Ex-Aequo
32- Chelsea Girls (Andy Warhol)
33- Les parapluies de Cherbourg (The Umbrellas of Cherbourg)/Les Demoiselles de Rochefort (The Young Girls of Rochefort) (Jacques Demy) *Ex-Aequo
34- Le Samourai (Jean Pierre Melville)
35- Irma la Douce/ The Apartment (Billy Wilder)
36- L'amour fou/Paris Nous appartient (Paris Belong to us) (Jacques Rivette)*Ex-Aequo
37- Il Gattopardo (The leopard) (Luchino Visconti)
38- Andrei Rublev (Andrei Tarkovsky)
39- The Fall of the Roman Empire (Anthony Mann)
40- Thérèse Desqueyroux (Therese) (Georges Franju)
41- Tini zabutykh predkiv (Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors) (Sergei Parajanov)
42- Magnificent Seven (John Sturges)
43- 400 Blows/Jules et Jim (Francois Truffaut)
44- The Comedy of Terrors (Jaques Tourneur)
45- Cléo from 5 to 7 (Agnes Varda)
46- What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (Robert Aldrich)
47- Kwaidan/Harakiri (Masaki Kobayashi)*Ex Aequo
48- Exodus (Otto Preminger)
49- 2001: A space Odissey (Stanley Kubrick)
50- Night of the Living dead (George Romero)
51- The Alamo (John Wayne)
52- To kill a Mockingbird (Robert Mulligan)
53- Akahige (Red Beard) (Akira Kurosawa)
54- Two Weeks in Another Town (Vincente Minnelli)
55- Walden (Jonas Mekas)
56- Méditarranée (Jean Daniel Mollet)
57- Plácido (Luis García Berlanga)
58- Les bonnes femmes (Claude Chabrol)
59- Two for the road (Stanley Donen)
60- The Hustler (Robert Rossen)


And FUCK that was difficult, even putting 10 more i had to let out things like Faster Pussycat Kill Kill!, Laurence of Arabia or Repulsion and trying to give an order to all of this was stupidly bad.

The 50's, like the best era they are, will be a nightmare and absoulte and lovely nightmare.
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Should I watch Pulp Fiction or The Godfather tonight? Haven't seen either of them.

Also what are some really random artsy movies that anyone would recommend?
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I like Pulp Fiction more. can't go wrong with either though.
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Also what are some really random artsy movies that anyone would recommend?
The Godfather.

And not really that artsy but I recommend Drive every time unless you've seen it in which case, Inland Empire. You won't get much stranger than that, at least anything that's equally as weird and brilliant.

@ asdf, awesome stuff with that list. Surprised how many of those I've seen tbh Lol. Still loads I'm meaning to check out and some I haven't heard of. Surprised something like Repulsion wasn't on there because I watched that last night and found it amazing. Marked for The Birds being that high, I adore that film. You not a fan of Leones other westerns, Good, Bad & Ugly specifically? Good choice for number 1 btw.

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The Godfather.

And not really that artsy but I recommend Drive every time unless you've seen it in which case, Inland Empire. You won't get much stranger than that, at least anything that's equally as weird and brilliant.

@ asdf, awesome stuff with that list. Surprised how many of those I've seen tbh Lol. Still loads I'm meaning to check out and some I haven't heard of. Surprised something like Repulsion wasn't on there because I watched that last night and found it amazing. Marked for The Birds being that high, I adore that film. You not a fan of Leones other westerns, Good, Bad & Ugly specifically? Good choice for number 1 btw.
Thanks, Drive is one of my favourite movies already, but i'll definitely take a look at Inland Empire. Looks...... interesting. :gosling

Think i'll watch Pulp Fiction tonight, The Godfather I/II tomorrow.
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Ah fair enough. Yeah Inland Empire is definitely not for everyone. It's basically a nightmare put on screen. Best not to over think it while its on and just go with it, because there's stuff that will just not make sense no matter how much you think about it while it's on. Trying to give you a heads up without putting you off it lol.

I'm sure you won't be disappointed by Pulp Fiction & The Godfathers . Three of my favourite movies right there.
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