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Old 04-12-2005, 06:05 PM   #16
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Bravo and IFC show all kinds of different things that no one else sees. I love those channels.
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David Lynch's "Lost Highway"

Not for the faint-hearted. Prepare to have your view of cinema changed.

"The Parallax View" - brilliant paranoia 1970's thriller

Also two great Brit-flicks - "Withnail and I" and "The Long Good Friday"
"Lost Highway"

i need to see this again

i am a big lynch fan
and Robert Blake has lived a tortured life
this film captured his demons

"Withnail and I"

saw this, don't remember anything except i liked it a lot

"The Long Good Friday"

i needed subtitles
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Bravo and IFC show all kinds of different things that no one else sees. I love those channels.
IFC
and
Sundance


Bravo
in my area has commercials and dubs out swear words
that destroys the directors vision and ruins the film
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Old 04-12-2005, 07:42 PM   #19
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memento

with guy pearce

watch it.

now.
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"Lost Highway"

i need to see this again

i am a big lynch fan
and Robert Blake has lived a tortured life
this film captured his demons

"Withnail and I"

saw this, don't remember anything except i liked it a lot

"The Long Good Friday"

i needed subtitles
Yes a case of life imitating art as regards Robert Blake's recent court case? Totally bizarre.

I know whatcher mean about Long Good Friday mate.
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memento

with guy pearce

watch it.

now.
Bought it

last year.

Watched it many times

recently.

Great pick.
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Bought it

last year.

Watched it many times

recently.

Great pick.
cool.

did you get the special edition with option of watching the movie in the correct running order?

i thought that was a nice addition and helped bring the story together.

the only reason i'm looking forward to the new batman (other than christian bale ) is because chris nolan is directing.
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I got the special edition but I never tried that yet. Maybe I'll do that this week. Thanks.
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my two all-time favorite movies:

Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind
Lost In Translation

some more:
Osama (Afghanistan/Netherlands/Japan/Ireland/Iran)
Kolya (Czech Republic)
Japon (Mexico/Germany/Netherlands, actually, my favorite Mexican movie)
Amores Perros (Mexico)
Los Olvidados (Spain/Mexico)
Perro Andaluz (c'mon, is Dali and Buñuel working together!, it's the weirdest short film ever made)
Dogville (Denmark/Sweden/France/Norway/Netherlands/Finland/Germany/USA/UK)
Ma Vie En Rose (France/Belgium/UK)

for now
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American History X with Edward Norton.

When you get past the violence and language, it is conceptually a brilliant brilliant movie.
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russian ark

russian ark

RUSSIAN ARK!!!

RUSSIAN ARK!!!!

everyone, go see it.
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I got it. Amazing directing to create the one continuous shot but at times I found it boring.

Still an interesting film though.
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Un héros très discret (A Self Made Hero)
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russian ark
i may actually take you up on this.

i've always wanted to visit the hermitage. i guess this is the next best thing.
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'McVicar'

With The Who's Roger Daltry in the starring role.
True story of a man who went to prison in England in the 70's, but with the help of his inmate (Adam Faith) they dig a tunnel in a bid to escape.
The escape comes off, but only just - and with only McVicar managing to break free.
He re-unites himself with his wife and child, but can he remain hidden AND abstain from more criminal ways?

Watch the film (if ur bothered) - and find out!!!

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