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Old 01-22-2011, 05:51 PM   #76
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1. Taxi Driver
2. Raging Bull
3. GoodFellas
4. The Last Temptation of Christ
5. After Hours
6. The King of Comedy
7. Mean Streets
8. The Age of Innocence
9. Gangs of New York
10. Casino
11. Shutter Island
12. The Last Waltz
13. The Aviator
14. The Departed
15. Bringing Out the Dead
16. Shine a Light
17. Kundun
18. Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
19. New York, New York
20. Who's That Knocking at My Door?
21. Cape Fear
22. The Color of Money
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MMP: Kundun is LAST??

Wow.

Racist.
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For Laz, The Archers/Michael Powell:

1. The Red Shoes
2. The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
3. A Matter of Life and Death
4. Peeping Tom
5. Black Narcissus
6. The Tales of Hoffmann
7. The Thief of Baghdad
8. Age of Consent
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I'm a little dismayed that you have Canterbury so low. Of course, considering how amazing these guys are I don't know how high I'd be able to put it either.
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#1) Pulp Fiction
#2) Reservoir Dogs
#3) Death Proof
#4) Inglorious Basterds
#5) Kill Bill

#6) Jackie Brown
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MMP: Kundun is LAST??

Wow.

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It seriously bored me when I watched it.
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I'll raise your Cape Fear disappointment with my love of Jackie Brown.

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I'm a little dismayed that you have Canterbury so low. Of course, considering how amazing these guys are I don't know how high I'd be able to put it either.
And I still really enjoyed it.

The way they handle the passage of time is masterful. In Canterbury, theres the shot of the bird flying that cuts into the airplane flight, then with Colonel Blimp you've got the single tracking shot down the pool, the hunting room (my favorite segment of the film), and the magazine stand toward the end.

Very much.
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I'll raise your Cape Fear disappointment with my love of Jackie Brown.
Damn you.
But seriously, about Jackie Brown... I have very bad memories about it, including getting awfully bored... but that's been some years ago, so I might need to watch it again to say it for sure. I almost didn't include it on the list because of that.
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The Archers

1. The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
2. The Red Shoes
3. A Canterbury Tale
4. Black Narcissus
5. A Matter of Life and Death
6. The Small Back Room
7. Tales of Hoffmann
8. I Know Where I'm Going!
9. Oh... Rosalinda!

All of these are great, and I'd say my main division line is 1-5 being masterpieces. I still need to see a few more, and I saw Gone to Earth so long ago I can't fairly rank it here. I also downloaded The Scarlet Pimpernel (very difficult to find, as is Rosalinda) which I need to get around to watching. There's a Criterion of 49th Parallel which I should probably get at some point.

Not including Peeping Tom, Age of Consent, or Thief of Bagdad, as they are solo Powell efforts.
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Wait, we only did Top 10 with Hitch, and now we're doing whole filmographies?

I'm so confused.
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Ten Favorite Scores:

Bernard Herrmann - Vertigo
Ennio Morricone - Once Upon a Time in the West
Bob Dylan - Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid
Philip Glass - Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters
Anton Karas - The Third Man
Jon Brion - Punch-Drunk Love
Howard Shore - The Fly
Vangelis - Blade Runner
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The Archers

1. The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
2. The Red Shoes
3. A Canterbury Tale
4. Black Narcissus
5. A Matter of Life and Death
6. The Small Back Room
7. Tales of Hoffmann
8. I Know Where I'm Going!
9. Oh... Rosalinda!

All of these are great, and I'd say my main division line is 1-5 being masterpieces. I still need to see a few more, and I saw Gone to Earth so long ago I can't fairly rank it here. I also downloaded The Scarlet Pimpernel (very difficult to find, as is Rosalinda) which I need to get around to watching. There's a Criterion of 49th Parallel which I should probably get at some point.

Not including Peeping Tom, Age of Consent, or Thief of Bagdad, as they are solo Powell efforts.
49th Parallel is on Watch Instantly, as is Powell's The End of the World.

As far as the filmographies, dunno how it started.
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Thanks for the tip, but I don't do rentals of any kind.

I'd make a list of scores but 8 of them would probably be Morricone works.
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I'd make a list of scores but 8 of them would probably be Morricone works.
This. Though if I were to be adventurous I could split the list evenly between Morricone and Hisaishi.
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