If i say i'm not that high on Dead man's shoes i will get killed?
God this thread goes fast sometimes:
@ 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.
I love the Good, Bad & Ugly
but i don't think is in the level of Once upon a time...
, thinking it better i should put it out there. And the Birds
is on the Psycho
level at least
Pierrot is probably the only movie i can see puting a fight to Vertigo in my favorite escale, i even wrote an essay on that almost 4 years ago xD. The only other movie there for me are maybe Sans Soleil
and Sunrise: a song for two humans
What do you guys think of Lars von Trier?
Absolutely sucks, and is probably one of the most desperately seek attention assholes in the world
Originally Posted by Hanoi Cheyenne
Cody watch Suspiria for more awesome ballet themed horror with a great soundtrack
I'll add it as priority viewing, probably even something for this Sunday
Ok, left my 50's list at 50 choices and my list venture comes to an end, it was fun. Might do a combined list of the 40's , 30's and 20's eventually. I'm sure asdf will do those years thoroughly and I encourage him since his lists are awesome
asdf: TOO MANY FRENCH MOVIES FROM THE 60's, WTF IS YOUR MAJOR MALFUNCTION!?
Kidding, great list, probably my favorite of yours and the one i'll be jotting down the most unseen stuff to hunt in the future. Wasn't surprised at your number 1 since I knew that you and Bubz adored it so much. A bit surprised at the low rankings for 2001 and 400 Blows though (wasn't that a 50's movie?). I'll go out on a limb and assume that you haven't seen John Frankenheimer's Seconds
? To me that's one of the most intense psychological thrillers of the decade, if you haven't seen it then I strongly recommend that you do, same with They shoot Horses, don't they?
Great effort like always, even if this time was a little short. And i loved the Mr Arkadin
mention, basically because is one of the often forgotten movies from Welles. Also loved the amount of Mizoguchi and italian masters.
Vertigo should had been higher but i can forgive you for that
I'm also adding your recomendations like always to the hue "watch list". The 2001 and 400 (i always have the doubt if this is 59 or 60, whatever) ranking is because i'm not high on them anymore like i was the first time i saw both for different reasons.
And i been planing on keep doing this, i probably can come with the movies but i will be problematic for the 50's, because i believe by heart that is the best era for cinema and when it come to things like Viaggio in Italia
, Johnny Guitar
or Rio Bravo
i don't know how to fucking rank'em. At least i have mi number 1 clear
And thanks for the prop like always, you should also do that last list that you said