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Old 11.27.2011, 02:39 PM   #15341
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Old 11.27.2011, 03:26 PM   #15342
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Chilling to Michelangelo Antonioni's Italian 1960's dramas with Monica Vitti 4 life.
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Old 11.27.2011, 05:38 PM   #15344
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The burning: 5/10

 

I LOVE this movie.
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Old 11.28.2011, 08:10 PM   #15345
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10/10

Classic. Great poster too.
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Old 11.29.2011, 05:54 AM   #15346
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Old 12.03.2011, 06:43 AM   #15347
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Electra Glide in Blue

Beautiful; I can't understand why director JW Guercio didn't make antoher one.
Robert Blake is brilliant.
Somebody used some images here : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRfVh...eature=related
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Old 12.03.2011, 04:40 PM   #15348
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Schindler's List.

Not sure it's one I could watch frequently, both due to topic and length.
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Old 12.03.2011, 09:31 PM   #15349
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I love movies. I don't watch a lot of movies. I've seen a lot of movies.

I'd rather eat than watch a movie.

And who has the time to sit around and watch movies all the time. Teenagers?

I'm a grown ass man and I got shit to do nigga.

Sit around all day, watch movies and play with my pubic hairs.
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Old 12.04.2011, 10:49 AM   #15350
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haven't seen that. Where would you rank it among all films by Antonioni? (assuming you've seen them). I was just watching Red Desert last night which is great. I think it's a beautiful film with some of the most fascinating images of all time even... I also felt it lacked an engaging story overall. I was fine with the idea of Monca Vitti's character being released from the hospital and remembering her attempting to commit suicide... and the way her emotional breakdown is juxtaposed with the greyness of the factories, the poisonous gas, and all of that fog... and the scene where she's telling the story to her son in the hospital is filled with great visuals of the sea. I just feel like it has it's dull moments as well that seemed a bit pointless. Still an excellent experience.

I'm not very familiar with his work as a whole though.

I'd put L'Avventura at the very top of Antonioni's films.

I've not seen all his stuff but, of the stuff I have seen, I'd rank them:

1, L'Avventura
2. L'Eclisse
3. La Notte
4. Chronicle of a Love
5. The Red Desert
6. The Passenger
7. Zabriskie Point
8. Blow Up
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Old 12.05.2011, 08:51 AM   #15351
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Old 12.05.2011, 09:07 AM   #15352
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oh yeah the passenger! I didn't know he directed that. Interesting list.. I'll have to give L'Avventura a try soon. (it's the first of a trilogy right?)

last night I saw Repulsion

 


I was speechless when it finished. Polanski is slowly becoming one of my favorites. The way it starts out... and how it just goes deeper and deeper into the mind of the main character. I love films that really dig into one character like that... and I wasn't really expecting it after about the first 30 something minutes. It's a very slow film. The camerawork is nothing short of impressive. Call me crazy but... doesn't this film sort of feel like a Lynch film in certain moments? ha.. just the mood it creates (I'm referring to the walls collapsing and the hands coming out of them... also, not going to give anything away but... the clock ticking!). I felt a little bit of Luis Bunuel in this one too. Highly recommend if you haven't seen it.

Yes, L'Avventura is the first part of a kind of trilogy, although it's hard to really see how the other two films (La Notte and L'Eclisse) make it such.

There's a funny little story behind the making of Repulsion. Basically, the guy who financed it was a bit of a shady type, really only interested in the horror/sexploitation market and when he saw the completed Repulsion for the first time is alleged to have said "I ordered a Mini and I got a Rolls Royce!".
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Old 12.05.2011, 10:26 AM   #15353
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The Blue Dahlia (7/10)

My first impressions of this was that it was a bit nondescript, but I've since found myself watching it over and over again. I still wouldn't call it a masterpiece but it does have a strange addictive quality to it, at least for me. It's also a good example of a film where the supporting characters are far more fascinating than the main ones. Hollywood certainly missed a trick when promoting Veronica Lake over the infinitely more enjoyable Doris Dowling - surely one of the great unsung femme fatales in movie history, while VL was just an instantly recognisable hairdo.
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Old 12.05.2011, 04:17 PM   #15354
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I'd put L'Avventura at the very top of Antonioni's films.

I've not seen all his stuff but, of the stuff I have seen, I'd rank them:

1, L'Avventura
2. L'Eclisse
3. La Notte
4. Chronicle of a Love
5. The Red Desert
6. The Passenger
7. Zabriskie Point
8. Blow Up

Pretty good list, even if it's quite different from mine. Antonioni is one of my absolute favorite directors. His movies just have this certain feeling and mood that nothing else can touch.

1. Il deserto rosso
2. La Notte
3. L'Avventura
4. Identificazione di una Donna
5. L'Eclisse
6. Blow Up
7. Professione: reporter
8. Il Grido
9. Cronaca di un amore
10. Zabriskie Point

All those first seven movies are amazing, I really love Professione: Reporter, but the other movies are simply even better. Zabriskie Point is the only movie I've seen by him that I dislike, that one did nothing for me.
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Old 12.06.2011, 02:07 PM   #15355
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I forgot about Il Grido. Very good. Of all of them, though, I think Cronaca di un amore is his most underrated. There's something really hypnotic about it. It feels like a silent movie. I do have a soft spot for Zabriskie Point, without necessarily thinking it's very good.

 


Kiss Me Deadly (7/10)

I like this, but not as much as most people I know. It's all a bit too clever, made by someone who looks like they've watched too many German Expressionist and Orson Welles movies for their own good. Bits of it are undeniably brilliant but the excessive visuals eventually threaten to capsize the whole thing.
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Old 12.07.2011, 01:49 PM   #15356
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Old 12.08.2011, 02:38 AM   #15357
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I forgot about Il Grido. Very good. Of all of them, though, I think Cronaca di un amore is his most underrated. There's something really hypnotic about it. It feels like a silent movie. I do have a soft spot for Zabriskie Point, without necessarily thinking it's very good.



 


Kiss Me Deadly (7/10)

I like this, but not as much as most people I know. It's all a bit too clever, made by someone who looks like they've watched too many German Expressionist and Orson Welles movies for their own good. Bits of it are undeniably brilliant but the excessive visuals eventually threaten to capsize the whole thing.







I loooove "Kiss Me Deadly. Currently watching all of Robert Aldrich's stuff. For 1955, "Kiss Me Deadly" is so nihilistic and moody... the way the film's opening scene just bangs into view, the credits rolling backwards.... all so ahead of its time. I kinda forgive Tarantino for ripping it off. Another great, but hard to find, Aldrich is "The Angry Hills" and "Ten Seconds To Hell" which he made for Hammer studios.
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Old 12.10.2011, 04:30 AM   #15358
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I liked L'Eclisse hands down more than L'Avventura, but only for the male lead is far more interesting. Of course, that's the whole point, Vitti's NOT supposed to be attracted to him but I found L'Eclisse's relationship far more pleasing to watch.

 

Ah... 10/10
Marcello Mastroianni
Federico Fellini
That is all.

Anita Ekberg breasts. 10/10
You know that repulsive "meathead" fragrance and body wash, Axe, and their slogan "Girls are getting hotter"? No. Girls are getting faker, and uglier. Anita proves this.

 

I couldn't tell you which I like better, this or Down By Law both black & white, both avoid any cliches of the 80's and transport to a different world. Great films.

 

This was definitely of one those "Hey, this looks interesting. What's this all about?" spur of the moment views on Netflix. I'm so glad I watched this, I understand so much more about that Burzum fellow and the whole "black metal" scene out of Norway and the point they were trying to convey. Its just a group of anti-Christians painted by the media as Satanists, when their true goal is to retain there original pagan religions and removing American values and capitalism. Also, Leif Gylve Nagell is captivating, with passion for the scene he helped create and the disgust of what the scene has turned into. Great score and music! Most of it being electronic. First track played in the opening I was like "hey, I like this!" turns out its that fantastic Icelandic group, múm. Been meaning to buy their first album for ages now. Add a dash of Boards of Canada and Sunn O))), and you got the makings of a great soundtrack. "Scored by Lesser"? J Lesser??? That would be even more of find it was him. In the closing shots, I knew I just watched something heartfelt. Very nice.
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Carnival of Souls (9/10)

I'm sure I've listed this before but anyway, a pretty much perfect horror movie, not least because it's genuinely creepy. It sort of feels like the ultimate episode of the Twilight Zone.
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Old 12.12.2011, 07:23 PM   #15360
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Captain America.

It was actually pretty good for a goofy superhero movie.

No Batman, that's for sure, but it leaves Iron Man in the fucking dust.
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