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161 wrote

We're in the killin Nazi business. And cousin, business is a-boomin!

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My3rdAccout wrote

  • paprika
  • the matrix
  • edge of tomorrow (yeah it's army propaganda, but I like it)
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Thanks wrote (edited )

I was surprised at how good edge of tomorrow was. American Made by the same director and Tom Cruise is also pretty entertaining. It reminded me of a mix between Blow and Lord of War.

The best "army propaganda" movie ever is still Starship Troopers :)

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selver wrote

Goodfellas, Dogtooth, Rushmore, LotR, Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

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rosalique wrote

I love Goodfellas! If it wasn't so fucking long I probably watch it more.

Have you seen Casino? Not as good imo but still fun

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selver wrote

Yeah it's good too, someone actually just gave me that book for my birthday. Same author as the book Goodfellas is based on, which I read a while ago.

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Thanks wrote

Nice, five of my favorite films and one I don't know. Gonna check out number 5.

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Thanks wrote

The list would be too long, so I'll limit myself to a few films that are somewhat obscure and you fine people of raddle might find interesting.

  • Sedmikrasky (1966)
  • Mysteries of the Organism (1971)
  • Taxidermia (2006)
  • Songs from the Second Floor (2000)
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WindTalk wrote

Donnie Darko
Almost Famous
Interstellar
October Sky
Les Misérables

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ziq wrote (edited )

Office Space

Up

No Country For Old Men

Ghostbusters

Batman: Mask of the Phantasm

Ghost World

Into the Wild

Terminator 2

Donnie Darko

The Grapes of Wrath

Superbad

Gatacca

Rambo

Coming to America

Serenity

Crumb

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Big Lebowski

Christmas Vacation

Groundhog Day

Raiders of the Lost Ark

Back to the Future

Die Hard

Pursuit of Happiness

Shawshank Redemption

The Martian

Safety Not Guaranteed

Art School Confidential

Straight Outta Compton

American History X

Okja

The Jerk

Galaxy Quest

Pineapple Express

This is The End

O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Burn After Reading

Interstellar

The Dark Knight

Django Unchained

Badlands

Reds

Bonnie & Clyde

The Godfather

Goodfellas

Speed

Private Parts

Time After Time

Clockwork Orange

Children of Men

AI

Blade Runner

Fargo

Grave of the Fireflies

Guest House Paradiso

Superman

Amelie

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Made in America

White Men Can't Jump

Ingrid Goes West

Freejack

Idiocracy

Beavis & Butthead Do America

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WindTalk wrote

Grave of the Fireflies

On my list too. Most people find that film so depressing they say they won't watch it again. But I find it hopeful, that the film itself can inspire to not create more war.

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zelude wrote

Fateful Findings, the Neil Breen movie. I keep showing it to people who've never seen it before. I'm on my 5th viewing at the time of writing.

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RedEmmaSpeaks wrote

LOTR--I was inspired to read the first book after seeing the first movie, because Legolas was hot and I wanted to read more about him, so I picked up the books. Only to wind up falling head over heals in love with Samwise, who is easily the best character in the series.

I adore the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but if forced to choose which ones, I'd pick the Captain America trilogy, the two Avengers films, and the Guardians of the Galaxy movies.

I also love Heavenly Creatures and I've been trying to win converts to that film. It's the movie that convinced the studios that Peter Jackson would be a good pick for directing the LOTR trilogy. It's also Kate Winslet's first starring role and even at sixteen, you knew she was going to be big. The way she plays Juliet Hulme, how she manages to layer in dark undertones even as her character is the cheery, stiff upper-lip upper class girl, it's just masterful. It is somewhat disappointing that her co-star, Melanie Lynsky, hasn't rocketed to A-list fame the way she has. Her character, Pauline Parker, is less the cheery type, more into depressive glowers, but somehow she manages to convey so many different emotions with some of the same mannerisms.