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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 9/6/2008 5:25:04 PM   
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Have you seen any of these films Beetlejuice?
Heat
Cop Land
A Bronx Tale
Taxi Driver
Mean Streets
The Untouchables
Goodfellas
Collateral
Leon
Scarface
Serpico


I've seen all of them Chris66, with Taxi Driver, Goodfellas, Heat, Mean Streets and Leon being some of my favourites so your definitely on the right track. I'm a big De Niro fan.

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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 9/6/2008 5:27:35 PM   
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Chris Marker's La Jetee. Its a short film entirely made up of pictures about a man who is sent back in time by scientists who are living in a post-nuclear war world, in order to bring back help and supplies, only to become obsessed by a woman and his childhood memories. Sound familiar? Gilliam remade it as 12 Monkeys - both are good films, but La Jetee is really something special.


Sounds good. I'll make it my #6 recommendation as it's not a feature length film.

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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 9/6/2008 5:36:49 PM   
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Gah, I had written out a long post and the computer timed out on me! Twice!

The jist of it was that Bresson is amazing, Humanity and Paper Balloons definitely contains strong Renoiresque traits and that I'll look out for The Last Seduction and Pitfall. I may type it out later.

I still need two more though (sorry Beetlejuice!).


You've got so far:

Zazie dans le metro - jamesbondguy
The Last Seduction - elab49
Pitfall - Jasiri

You haven't replied to these suggestions:

Badlands - Manchurian Candidate
The Thin Man - G.O.B.
La Haine - TRM
I'm Not There - Rhubarb
Pickup on South Street - Beetlejuice

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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 9/6/2008 6:30:44 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Beetlejuice!

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ORIGINAL: Chris66

Have you seen any of these films Beetlejuice?
Heat
Cop Land
A Bronx Tale
Taxi Driver
Mean Streets
The Untouchables
Goodfellas
Collateral
Leon
Scarface
Serpico


I've seen all of them Chris66, with Taxi Driver, Goodfellas, Heat, Mean Streets and Leon being some of my favourites so your definitely on the right track. I'm a big De Niro fan.


I'm a big De Niro fan as well .
Have you seen any of these film?
Commando
Dirty Harry
Magnum Force
Insomnia
Falling Down
Memento
Death Wish
Dog Day Afternoon
Raw Deal


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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 9/6/2008 7:52:10 PM   
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I'm a big De Niro fan as well .
Have you seen any of these film?
Commando
Dirty Harry
Magnum Force
Insomnia
Falling Down
Memento
Death Wish
Dog Day Afternoon
Raw Deal



Seen the one's in bold. Although I really don't see the connection between my list and a cheesy '80s Schwarzenneger actioner, I shall add Commando to my recommendation list.

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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 9/6/2008 9:14:32 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Beetlejuice!

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ORIGINAL: TheManWithNoShame

Gah, I had written out a long post and the computer timed out on me! Twice!

The jist of it was that Bresson is amazing, Humanity and Paper Balloons definitely contains strong Renoiresque traits and that I'll look out for The Last Seduction and Pitfall. I may type it out later.

I still need two more though (sorry Beetlejuice!).


You've got so far:

Zazie dans le metro - jamesbondguy
The Last Seduction - elab49
Pitfall - Jasiri

You haven't replied to these suggestions:

Badlands - Manchurian Candidate
The Thin Man - G.O.B.
La Haine - TRM
I'm Not There - Rhubarb
Pickup on South Street - Beetlejuice


Sorry, I explained in my longer post that I'd already seen all of them (with the exception of Badlands which I've partially seen, but is on my 'to see' list anyway).

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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 9/6/2008 9:33:12 PM   
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ORIGINAL: TheManWithNoShame

quote:

ORIGINAL: Beetlejuice!

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ORIGINAL: TheManWithNoShame

Gah, I had written out a long post and the computer timed out on me! Twice!

The jist of it was that Bresson is amazing, Humanity and Paper Balloons definitely contains strong Renoiresque traits and that I'll look out for The Last Seduction and Pitfall. I may type it out later.

I still need two more though (sorry Beetlejuice!).


You've got so far:

Zazie dans le metro - jamesbondguy
The Last Seduction - elab49
Pitfall - Jasiri

You haven't replied to these suggestions:

Badlands - Manchurian Candidate
The Thin Man - G.O.B.
La Haine - TRM
I'm Not There - Rhubarb
Pickup on South Street - Beetlejuice


Sorry, I explained in my longer post that I'd already seen all of them (with the exception of Badlands which I've partially seen, but is on my 'to see' list anyway).


Aww, no problems, there's nothing more frustrating than a post that times out.

How about The Tenant  - Roman Polanski at his most offbeat.

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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 10/6/2008 4:30:48 AM   
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For Beetlejuice, I would reccomend A Better Tomorrow - one of Tarantino's favourite films, and any film with Chow Yun Fat in is already going to be fairly awesome. If you've seen that, I'd switch track entirely and reccomend Pierrot le fou, because you have the frankly brilliant Á bout de souffle in your list (well done on that by the way)

For MWNS, I'm gonna guess that Heroic Bloodshed movies are not your forté and suggest A Better Tomorrow for you as well.

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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 10/6/2008 10:36:02 AM   
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For Beetlejuice, I would reccomend A Better Tomorrow - one of Tarantino's favourite films, and any film with Chow Yun Fat in is already going to be fairly awesome. If you've seen that, I'd switch track entirely and reccomend Pierrot le fou, because you have the frankly brilliant Á bout de souffle in your list (well done on that by the way)


I couldn't remember if I had seen A Better Tomorrow, so I tracked down the trailer and I have indeed seen the film. Chow Yun-Fat and Leslie Cheung as brothers on opposite side of the law if I remember correctly. I did rather enjoy it, classic Woo film but The Killer is still easily Woo's best.
I have seen Pierrot le Fou as well, frankly bonkers film. In a good way though.

Any other recommendations?

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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 10/6/2008 12:24:16 PM   
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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 10/6/2008 2:38:24 PM   
Rhubarb


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ORIGINAL: Beetlejuice!

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ORIGINAL: Rhubarb

For Beetlejuice, I would reccomend A Better Tomorrow - one of Tarantino's favourite films, and any film with Chow Yun Fat in is already going to be fairly awesome. If you've seen that, I'd switch track entirely and reccomend Pierrot le fou, because you have the frankly brilliant Á bout de souffle in your list (well done on that by the way)


I couldn't remember if I had seen A Better Tomorrow, so I tracked down the trailer and I have indeed seen the film. Chow Yun-Fat and Leslie Cheung as brothers on opposite side of the law if I remember correctly. I did rather enjoy it, classic Woo film but The Killer is still easily Woo's best.
I have seen Pierrot le Fou as well, frankly bonkers film. In a good way though.

Any other recommendations?


Ah nice one. I think its pretty close between the two of them, they are both really ace. Ok, looking at your list I'll reel off a few, then you might see one you haven't seen:


Down by Law - Earlyish Jarmusch/Lurie film. Has the independent sensibility that it might appeal
Shoot the Pianist - Mainly because of the Truffaut/Godard link
Once a Thief - Another Chow Yun Fat/John Woo film, but a bit more comic than The Killer/Better Tomorrow
The Maltese Falcon - You have Chinatown, so thought something a bit more classical in that region.
Metropolis - you can see the inspiration for the dystopian future films you have on your 20

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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 10/6/2008 5:21:57 PM   
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Seen this one. I likey!

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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 10/6/2008 5:23:58 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Rhubarb

quote:

ORIGINAL: Beetlejuice!

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ORIGINAL: Rhubarb

For Beetlejuice, I would reccomend A Better Tomorrow - one of Tarantino's favourite films, and any film with Chow Yun Fat in is already going to be fairly awesome. If you've seen that, I'd switch track entirely and reccomend Pierrot le fou, because you have the frankly brilliant Á bout de souffle in your list (well done on that by the way)


I couldn't remember if I had seen A Better Tomorrow, so I tracked down the trailer and I have indeed seen the film. Chow Yun-Fat and Leslie Cheung as brothers on opposite side of the law if I remember correctly. I did rather enjoy it, classic Woo film but The Killer is still easily Woo's best.
I have seen Pierrot le Fou as well, frankly bonkers film. In a good way though.

Any other recommendations?


Ah nice one. I think its pretty close between the two of them, they are both really ace. Ok, looking at your list I'll reel off a few, then you might see one you haven't seen:


Down by Law - Earlyish Jarmusch/Lurie film. Has the independent sensibility that it might appeal
Shoot the Pianist - Mainly because of the Truffaut/Godard link
Once a Thief - Another Chow Yun Fat/John Woo film, but a bit more comic than The Killer/Better Tomorrow
The Maltese Falcon - You have Chinatown, so thought something a bit more classical in that region.
Metropolis - you can see the inspiration for the dystopian future films you have on your 20


bold films i've seen. I think Metropolis is excellent.
I'll take Shoot the Pianist as my recommendation from you bud, cheers! I shall let ya know what I think when I've seen it.

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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 10/6/2008 5:26:40 PM   
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So far i've got:

The Fountain
City on Fire
Commando
Shoot the Pianist
La Jetee

One more recommendation and I'm done.

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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 10/6/2008 5:34:16 PM   
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Your list shows one entry into the French New Wave - how about a Melville

- Bob le Flambeur or Le Samurai if you want to go with your noir leanings (The Killing/Chinatown/LA Confidential)

Or something interesting French and modern - 13 Tzameti (also with noir tendencies).


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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 10/6/2008 6:19:00 PM   
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This is a great idea for a thread! Are you accepting any new lists to work on, cos i wouldn't mind being your next project...Afterall, who wants to sit in the sun in summer when theres films to be watched..

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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 10/6/2008 6:24:51 PM   
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Beetlejuice, have you seen the new 3:10 to Yuma?

I highly doubt it is as good as The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (I've not seen it) but it is still really good fun.

Can I do my list after you've got your reccomendations?

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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 10/6/2008 6:42:08 PM   
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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (I've not seen it)


It seems that your first recommendation is sorted

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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 10/6/2008 7:16:43 PM   
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I've got all my films then recommended then:

The Fountain
City on Fire
Commando
Shoot the Pianist
La Jetee
Le Samurai (i've seen Bob Le Flambeur, in fact recommended it earlier on)
3:10 to Yuma

Yay, looks like a good bunch to me.

Let's have mustbebunnies next then swordsandsandals.







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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 10/6/2008 7:59:41 PM   
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We havent really finished with TMWNS yet. He still needs one more recommendation (i think) unless he accepts Rhubarbs option.

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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 10/6/2008 9:21:31 PM   
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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (I've not seen it)


It seems that your first recommendation is sorted


Yeah, my list will be pretty easy, as the lack of films I've seen is shocking, to say the least.

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"What's a hommosensual?" - 10/6/2008 9:31:26 PM   
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"Zazie dans le metro - jamesbondguy "
 
Saw this the other night after seeing it in your top 10 French films, JBG. Hilarious and charming film, and also one of my favourite French films now.

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RE: "What's a hommosensual?" - 10/6/2008 9:36:43 PM   
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"Zazie dans le metro - jamesbondguy "
 
Saw this the other night after seeing it in your top 10 French films, JBG. Hilarious and charming film, and also one of my favourite French films now.


Huzzah! To be honest, I'm just glad someone else has seen and enjoyed it. As soon as I saw the quote on the main forum page, I knew someone was talking about this film. It's certainly quite an experience, isn't it? I think my comments about it being like stepping into a cartoon are quite accurate. I would recommned Jacques Tati as a good director to explore next- he's the king of French Cinematic comedy, in my opinion. Zazie Dans Le Metro was obviously influenced deeply by his films.

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RE: "What's a hommosensual?" - 10/6/2008 9:44:59 PM   
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Yes! I thought that it was like a Tom and Jerry episode with real people, especially during the chase between Trouscallian (sp?) and Zazie, which was my favourite part of the film. I also liked the "prince of the world" bit... and that Eifel tower sequence! I read somewhere that everything that you see in that sequence, with Albertine hanging from the bars and standing atop of the lift, was real. Do you know if that's true?

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RE: "What's a hommosensual?" - 10/6/2008 9:49:34 PM   
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Yes! I thought that it was like a Tom and Jerry episode with real people, especially during the chase between Trouscallian (sp?) and Zazie, which was my favourite part of the film. I also liked the "prince of the world" bit... and that Eifel tower sequence! I read somewhere that everything that you see in that sequence, with Albertine hanging from the bars and standing atop of the lift, was real. Do you know if that's true?


I'm not sure to what extent, but I am pretty sure a lot of that sequence is authentic- I vaguely remember  reading comments about how much danger the actors were in at times! I think there are one or two missteps in the film, but the whole energy and quality of the rest of it is strong that it doesn't really matter. I think it was one of Truffaut's favourite films, believe it or not. Could be wrong there- but I know he wrote an hugely enthusiastic letter to Malle, at the very least. I'm guessing you've got the Malle boxset, then?

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RE: "What's a hommosensual?" - 10/6/2008 9:57:54 PM   
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Checked and replied, JBG.  I'm also ridiculously hurt by the criminally low score that Zazie has recieved on iMDB. Bunch of savages on that site.

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RE: "What's a hommosensual?" - 10/6/2008 10:02:31 PM   
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Checked and replied, JBG.  I'm also ridiculously hurt by the criminally low score that Zazie has recieved on iMDB. Bunch of savages on that site.


Just ignore IMDB's user scores/ boards. You'll live a much happier life that way.

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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 10/6/2008 10:12:25 PM   
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For MWNS, I'm gonna guess that Heroic Bloodshed movies are not your forté and suggest A Better Tomorrow for you as well.


Ah you'd be suprised. I'm a big fan of Hard Boiled and (when its not being ridiculously melodramatic) The Killer. I've been looking to check out some more Woo films anyway, A Better Tomorrow and its sequel included - so I think I'll pass on this nomination for a film I have never heard of, or wouldn't think of watching anyway.

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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 10/6/2008 10:20:47 PM   
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How about Devils on the Doorstep - Chinese film about the Japanese occupation. I think it is still banned over there. At times a pretty bitter level of comedy but it manages to encompass slapstick as well as some shocking violence.

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RE: MOVIE GENERATOR: 5 Personalised Recommendations - 11/6/2008 2:20:54 AM   
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I suggest to themanwithnochame—The Trial by Orson Welles (pairing of one of my favourite authors, Kafka, and favourite directors)  Though by the looks of it  he has seen every film in the history of cinema , so I doubt that this will be of any help.
Are we able to put our names forward for the next person to be scrutinised--or is there a waiting list??


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