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Discussion in 'Movies' started by chelsea - over 100 years of history, Jun 3, 2013.
Have been tempted to watch Che,is it worth it?
I thought the first one was a better film, mainly because its more focused on the Cuban revolution.
The second part is still worth a watch though, a lot of good scenes in the second film.
Panique au village
That's an absolute gem of a film
One for Dan,Kings
Adapted from Jimmy Murphy's critically-acclaimed play The Kings Of The Kilburn High Road.
Bangkok Dangerous (not the Nicolas cage version)
Most of the animie films from Studio Ghibli are excellent
I always get names and titles (especially spelling) mixed up! Outrage is sick but very good! What i like about Sonatine is the cinematography. the scene on the beach with the sumo wrestling is absolutely brilliant. Hanna Bi is good as well - not that i'm one dimensional on film directors or anything .
Black book - just for Carice Van Houten dressed up in sexy 40s gear
Brotherhood of war - Korean film about 2 brothers forced to fight in the Korean war
The skin i live in
A Serbian film!
Outrage beats Sonatine on the plot, but as you say the cinematography in Sonatine is good.
Was made really well for a small budget I suppose.
The house of flying daggers
The good the bad and the weird
The kite runner
The seven samurai
That was a bundle of laughs!
Watched Ong Bak the other night. Really enjoyed it.
One that hasn't been mentioned, and I am watching it now is, 'Joyeux Noel' - about the Christmas truce in WW1
Apart from Aldo no one seems to have mentioned any of Kurosawa's movies.
If you are a fan of foreign movies these are musts:
and as Aldo said "Seven Samurai". If you have never seen this then you should.
I find myself drawn to Kristen Scott Thomas,fantastic actress,rarely makes a dud and something very attractive about her or maybe it's just me
A lot of the ones I would have chosen have already gone so I will add:
I saw the devil
What have I done to deserve this?
The tin drum
Brotherhood of the wolf
One deadly summer
Cheers for that
That Kitano knows his way around a film.