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Old 03-15-2005, 10:02 AM   #31
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Anyone seen the original Danish version of - The kingdom - that Lars von Trier made ??.. This is by far his best work.

Since i am from Denmark, then i have properly seen every movie that Lars have made, and most of it sucks. BUT he is original in everything he creates and thats why i still respect him.
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Old 03-15-2005, 10:08 AM   #32
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nope....didnt see that one.........

is jean marc barr in it? hes hot
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No,, The original version has a Danish cast ( and one Swede )

Jean marc barr might be in the American remake. I read somewhere that it was awful...
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Old 03-15-2005, 10:38 AM   #34
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it was a tv series ?

actually...it was on here ( in the US) recently
I never watched it though, it was suppose to take place in maine where I live
i think
stephen king's kingdom hospitol- it was called i guess thats why it hink it takes place here
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who is this one your referring to? this one that would never ever say things ? americans talk just as much smack about other cultures...especially canadians

hehe juss kidddin, about the canadians....
i love them.....
oh, absolutely. it's deplorable how some in the US media speak about the French.

doesn't make it right no matter who it's coming from.

except those Canadians. those shifty, shifty Canadians

anyway, back to directors ...
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Old 03-15-2005, 10:53 AM   #36
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did ya ever see that movie four rooms? with the four different directors...quentin tarrantino...robert rodriquez.......and i dunno the other two...
that was sweet
OY!!!!! I just remembered I watched a movie written and directed ..by Tim Roth ...( he played the bellboy in the movie i just mentioned...he was awesome)
but this movie...that he made...was.......way weird man!
it was called THe War Zone
Ray Winstone was init...hes bad ass, hes some scary shit man
wot a freak

colin farrell also makes a brief appearance in that movie..
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Guess we have a lot of aspiring filmmakers on here. I'm surprised to see all the love for Sergio Leone, considering two of his best have only recently become available on DVD (in the US at least). I had to buy the laserdisc of A Fistful of Dynamite (Duck, You Sucker) just to see it again.

I tend to favor directors who have strong visual styles and a gift for composition (Spielberg excepted--he's a great shot maker but always compromises the integrity of his films). Other than Leone (who's close to the top), here are my other favs:


Orson Welles--In a class by himself. No other director is even close.

(no order)
Samuel Fuller
Martin Scorsese
The Coen Bros.
Anthony Minghella
Bernardo Bertolucci
Krystof Kieslowski
Spike Lee
Steven Soderbergh
Stanley Kubrick
Vincente Minnelli
Jacques Tourneur
Fritz Lang
Terrence Malick
and I totally forgot Wong Kar-Wai, shame on me.


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most people choose a film by the actor/ star


i believe the director is more important


yes, I saw LVT Kingdom

i am a fan


did no one mention

p t anderson

i am a big fan p aldomodovar, also
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i like pt anderson! he just didn't make my top five (though almodovar did).

did you see "bad education"? very interesting, love that gael garcia bernal.
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not yet

first one i saw was matador

then i caught his earlier works
in revivals

he is pretty consistent
with good work


don't you think
magnolia is a great film
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Tim Burton,Quentin Tarantino, David Fincher, Sam Mendes...

..and Peter Jackson
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My favorites...

Tim Burton
Steven Spielberg
Sam Raimi

And recently, I think with a few more films under his belt, Brad Bird will become one of my favs

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ill probably forget some but ill try

kubrick
tarantino
stone (some stuff)
lynch
scorcese
malick
burton


i cant think of his name but i have 3 of his movies....se7en, the game, fight club.....
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i cant think of his name but i have 3 of his movies....se7en, the game, fight club.....
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this thread remembered me why I hate Spielberg so much
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