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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 10:29:01 AM   
elab49


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I think most probably know him because of Studio 60, now. While I barely remember Kids in the Hall I'd really recommend a show called Slings and Arrows (repeated regularly on Sky Arts) if you ever get the chance.

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ORIGINAL: Deviation] LIKE AMERICA'S SWEETHEARTS TOO. IT MADE ME LAUGH A LOT AND THOUGHT IT WAS WITTY. ALSO I FEEL SLOWLY DYING INSIDE. I KEEP AGREEING WITH ELAB.


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 11:07:15 AM   
Harry Lime


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As it's the first of the month, here's another update.

5

À bout de souffle (1959, Godard)
Alphaville, une étrange aventure de Lemmy Caution (1965, Godard)
Brick (2005, Johnson)
Casque d'or (1952, Becker)
Céline et Julie vont en bateau (1974, Rivette)
Days Of Heaven (1978, Malick)
Les Diaboliques (1955, Clouzot)
F For Fake (1974, Welles)
Hobson's Choice (1953, Lean)
The Invisible Man (1933, Whale)
JFK (1991, Stone)
Libelled Lady (1936, Conway)
Once Upon A Time In America (1984, Leone)
Peeping Tom (1960, Powell)
Les quatre cents coups (1959, Truffaut)
The Quiet Man (1952, Ford)
Sciuscià (1946, De Sica)
Le souffle au coeur (1971, Malle)
There Will Be Blood (2007, Anderson)
Trouble In Paradise (1932, Lubitsch)
Ugetsu Monogatari (1953, Mizoguchi)
Unforgiven (1992, Eastwood)
The War Game (1965, Watkins)
When The Wind Blows (1986, Murakami)
Whistle Down The Wind (1961, Forbes)
Written On The Wind (1956, Sirk)


4

28 Days Later... (2002, Boyle)
Les Amants (1958, Malle)
Ascenseur pour l'echafaud (1958, Malle)
Au revoir les enfants (1987, Malle)
The Cooler (2003, Kramer)
Le deuxième souffle (1966, Melville)
The Elephant Man (1980, Lynch)
Une femme est une femme (1961, Godard)
Le feu follet (1963, Malle)
The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons From The Life of Robert S. McNamara (2003, Morris)
The Getaway (1972, Peckinpah)
Ghost World (2001, Zwigoff)
Gregory's Girl (1981, Forsyth)
Hamlet (1996, Branagh)
Ice Cold In Alex (1958, Thompson)
I Love You Again (1940, Van Dyke)
In Bruges (2008, McDonagh)
It Happened One Night (1934, Capra)
Jules et Jim (1962, Truffaut)
The Killer (1989, Woo)
The Lady From Shanghai (1947, Welles)
Låt den rätte komma in (2008, Alfredson)
Local Hero (1983, Forsyth)
Love Crazy (1941, Conway)
Magnificent Obsession (1954, Sirk)

Man On Wire (2008, Marsh)
Milk (2008, Van Sant)
Network (1976, Lumet)
La Pianiste (2001, Haneke)
Pierrot le fou (1965, Godard)
Ryan's Daughter (1970, Lean)
Silent Running (1972, Trumbull)
The Spiral Staircase (1945, Siodmak)
The Tales Of Hoffman (1951, Powell/ Pressburger)
A Taste Of Honey (1961, Richardson)
Tirez sur le pianiste (1960, Truffaut)
To Be Or Not To Be (1942, Lubitsch)
Touchez pas au grisbi (1954, Becker)
12 Angry Men (1957, Lumet)
Wall-E (2008, Stanton)


3

L'air de Paris (1954, Carne)
Der Amerikanische Freund (1977, Wenders)
Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy (2004, McKay)
Atlantic City (1980, Malle)
Black Moon (1975, Malle)
Before Sunrise (1995, Linklater)
Bis ans Ende der Welt (1991, Wenders)
Changeling (2008, Eastwood)
Les clan des Siciliens (1969, Verneuil
Cloverfield (2008, Reeves)
The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button (2008, Fincher)
The Duchess (2008, Dibb)
Frost / Nixon (2008, Howard)
Gran Torino (2008, Eastwood)
Harry Potter And The Half Blood Prince (2009, Yates)
If I Had A Million (1932, Cruze/ Humberstone/ Lubitsch/ McLeod/ Roberts/ Seiter/ Taurog)
Insomnia (2002, Nolan)
Lacombe Lucien (1974, Malle)
Milou en mai (1990, Malle)
Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa (2008, Darnell/ McGrath)
Mulholland Dr. (2001, Lynch)
Music And Lyrics (2007, Lawrence)
Old School (2003, Phillips)
El Orfanato (2007, Bayona)
Pretty Baby (1978, Malle)
The Reader (2008, Daldry)
Revolutionary Road (2008, Mendes)
Slumdog Millionaire (2008, Boyle)
Spellbound (1945, Hitchcock)
Starship Troopers (1997, Verhoeven)
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street (2007, Burton)
Tabu (1931, Murnau)
Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead (1995, Fleder)
Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008, Allen)
Vivacious Lady (1938, Stevens)
The Wrestler (2008, Aronofsky)


2

All In The Game (2006, O'Hanlon)
Burn After Reading (2008, Coen/ Coen)
Cat Ballou (1965, Silverstein)
The Devil Wears Prada (2006, Frankel)
Doubt (2008, Shanley)
Enemy At The Gates (2001, Annaud)
Hancock (2008, Berg)
He's Just Not That Into You (2009, Kwapis)
The Holiday (2006, Meyers)
The Italian Job (2003, Gray)
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001, Smith)
Kung Fu Panda (2008, Osbourne/ Stevenson)
Love Affair (1939, McCarey)
Mamma Mia (2008, Lloyd)
Marley & Me (2008, Frankel)
Night At The Museum (2006, Levy)
Rachel Getting Married (2008, Demme)
Resident Evil: Extinction (2007, Mulcahy)
She's The Man (2006, Fickman)
Tropic Thunder (2008, Stiller)
Twilight (2008, Hardwicke)
Wanted (2008, Berkmambetov)
X-Men: The Last Stand (2006, Ratner)
Zazie dans le métro (1960, Malle)


1

Alien Vs Predator - Requiem (2007, Strause/ Strause)
Amityville III: The Demon (1983, Fleischer)
Halloween (2007, Zombie)
High School Musical 3: Senior Year (2008, Ortega)
Nacho Libre (2006, Hess)
Point Of Origin (2002, Sigel)
X Files: I Want To Believe (2008, Carter)



First Viewing

Films Viewed Per Decade

2000s - 59
1990s - 8
1980s - 9
1970s - 12
1960s - 14
1950s - 16
1940s - 7
1930s - 8
1920s - 0
1910s - 0
1900's - 0


Shorts (40 Minutes or less)

5

4

Les mistons (1957, Truffaut)

3

Charlotte et son Jules (1960, Godard)
The Musketeers Of Pig Alley (1913, Griffith)
Vive le tour (1962, Malle)


2

An Unseen Enemy (1912, Griffith)

1

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 11:28:57 AM   
impqueen


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Tragedy has struck, Thursday evening my computer was wiped by a virus and I had to reset it to the original factory setting and I lost EVERYTHING, including my film lists for the last several years, yes my Top 100 and the monthly Viewing List are all gone. Luckily I still have my Top 100 for 2009 to work with and due to my anal attention to my Top 100 for the Top 1000 I have a good memory of what that list should look like which is great because it prevented me going into a catatonic shut down. I was also in the middle of a new policy, watching those films that make up my Top 100 for the 1000 so not many future viewing will rank outside of the Top 100 of 2009 so it won’t be too redundant. If you look carefully over the month of August the list emerging on page one will look a lot like the list I’ll be posting for the Top 1000, for those who are interested, there will of course be some subtle changes though 70 - 100 will look a tad more changed.

Latest Entries:
05: Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari / The Cabinet of Dr Caligari (Wiene, 1922) GER
10: Ikiru (Kurosawa, 1952) JPN
13: The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, (Wilder, 1970) USA
16: F for Fake (Welles, 1974) FR/IRN/GER
21: Det sjunde inseglet / The Seventh Seal (Bergman, 1957) SWE


July
01. Chimes at Midnight (Welles, 1965) FR/SPN/SUI
02. The Cabinet of Dr Caligari (Wiene, 1922) GER
03. Ikiru (Kurosawa, 1952) JPN
04. Stalker (Tarkovsky, 1979) GER/RUS (USSR)
05. The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, (Wilder, 1970) USA
06. F for Fake (Welles, 1974) FR/IRN/GER
07. Nostalghia (Tarkovsky, 1979) ITA/RUS (USSR)
08. Det sjunde inseglet / The Seventh Seal (Bergman, 1957) SWE
09. The Passion of Joan of Arc (Dreyer, 1928) FR
10. L’Atalante (Vigo, 1934) FR

11. Solyaris (Tarkovsky, 1972) RUS (USSR)
12. Touch of Evil (Welles, 1958) USA
13. Zerkalo / Mirror (Tarkovsky, 1975) RUS (USSR)
14. Ivanovo detstvo / Ivan's Childhood (Tarkovsky, 1962) RUS (USSR)
15. Out of the Blue (Sarkies, 2006) NZ
16. The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (Anderson, 2004) USA
17. Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (Murnau, 1927) USA
18. The Bourne Ultimatum (Greengrass, 2007) USA
19. I've Loved You So Long (Claudel, 2008) FR
20. Antichrist (von Trier, 2009) DNK

21. Etz Limon / Lemon Tree (Riklis, 2008) ISR
22. Offret / Sacrifice (Tarkovsky, 1983) SWE/UK/FR
23. Galaxy Quest (Parisot, 1999) USA
24. 12:08 East of Bucharest (Porumboiu, 2006) ROM
25. The Class (Cantet, 2008) FR
26. The Heartbeat Detector (Klotz, 2007) FR
27. Men in Black (Sonnenfeld, 1997) USA
28. Moon (Jones, 2009) UK
29. Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince (Yates, 2009) UK/USA
30. The Bourne Identity (Liman, 2002) USA

31. The Bourne Supremacy (Greengrass, 2004) USA
32. Un conte de Noel / A Christmas Tale (Desplechin, 2008) FR
33. The Fugitive (Davis, 1993) USA
34. Fade to Black (Parker, 2006) UK
35. The Adventures of Robin Hood (Curtiz, 1937) USA
36. Beneath the Planet of the Apes (Post, 1970) USA
37. Victim (Dearden, 1961) UK
38. Punishment Park (Watkins, 1971) USA
39. Flightplan (Schwentke, 2005) USA
40. The Proposal (Fletcher, 2009) USA

41. The Mummy (Sommers, 1999) USA
42. Transformers (Bay, 2007) USA
43. Transformers Revenge of the Fallen (Bay, 2009) USA


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 11:35:48 AM   
elab49


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Harry Lime

If I Had A Million (1932, Cruze/ Humberstone/ Lubitsch/ McLeod/ Roberts/ Seiter/ Taurog)


Were there any individual segments you'd rank higher than a 3, Harry?

quote:

  Tragedy has struck, Thursday evening my computer was wiped by a virus and I had to reset it to the original factory setting and I lost EVERYTHING,


Absolute nightmare  I'm terrible at backing up as well but I'd be OK at the moment (my fan started sounding a bit odd so must of it was done a couple of weeks ago). Normally, though, I'd be a mess.

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ORIGINAL: Deviation] LIKE AMERICA'S SWEETHEARTS TOO. IT MADE ME LAUGH A LOT AND THOUGHT IT WAS WITTY. ALSO I FEEL SLOWLY DYING INSIDE. I KEEP AGREEING WITH ELAB.


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 11:53:44 AM   
elab49


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Films Reviewed in  July

Not a bad month, really, especially as there are about 12 not in the list as I haven’t reviewed them yet so they’ll go into next month. Amazing how so many of the 2009 releases are congregating at the bottom of the chart, though.

1. Watchmaker of St Paul (Tavernier, 1974)
2. A Sense of Freedom (MacKendrick, 1979)
3. Hellboy II (Del Toro, 2008)
4. Tokyo Godfathers (Kon, 2003)
5. City Streets (Mamoulian, 1931)
6. And Then There Were None (Clair, 1945)
7. A Nous La Liberte (Clair, 1931)
8. Mirrormask (McKean, 2005)
9. Plague Dogs (Rosen, 1982)
10. Okuribito (Departures) (Takita, 2008)
11. Something Wild (Garfein, 1961)
12. Monsieur Hire (Leconte, 1989)
13. Cluny Brown (Lubitsch, 1946)
14. The Damned (Losey, 1963)
15. Newfront (Noyce, 1978)
16. Paprika (Kon, 2006)
17. Love and Honor (Yamada, 2006)
18. Isn't It Shocking (Badham, 1973)
19. Our Mother (Yamada, 2008)
20. Hoppity Goes to Town (Fleischers, 1941)
21. Facing Windows (Ozpetek, 2003)
22. The Man Who Knew Too Little (Amiel, 1997)
23. The Black Swan (King, 1942)
24. The Man on the Eiffel Tower (Meredith, 1949)
25. Lady in the Lake (Montgomery, 1947)
26. Umberto D (De Sica, 1952)
27. Too Many Crooks (Zampi, 1959)
28. The Unearthly Stranger (Krish, 1963)
29. Suicide Club (Sono, 2001)
30. The Last Mitterand (Guediguian, 2005)
31. Cape No 7 (Wei, 2008)
32. Apres Vous (Salvadori, 2003)
33. A Cold Night's Death (Freedman, 1973)
34. Master of Bankdam (Forde, 1947)
35. Blaise Pascal (Rossellini, 1972)
36. I....Comme Carre (Verneuil, 1979)
37. Inkheart (Softley, 2008)
38. Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist (Sollett, 2008)
39. Under the Sun (Nutley, 1998)
40. Days of Heaven (Malick, 1978)
41. The Luzhin Defence (Gorris, 2000)
42. Until the End of the World (Wenders, 1991)
43. 20th Century Boys (Tsutsumi, 2008)
44. Dark Waters (De Toth, 1944)
45. Star Trek (Abrams, 2009)
46. Avalanche Express (Robson, 1979)
47. Duplicity (Gilroy, 2009)
48. Push (McGuigan, 2009)
49. My Bloody Valentine (Lussier, 2009)
50. He's Just Not That Into You (Kwapis, 2009)
51. New In Town (Elmer, 2009)

Shorts (although I seem to have missed out a heck of a lot!)
 
The Tell-Tale Heart (Parmelee, 1953)
Bad Luck Blackie (Avery, 1949)
Feed the Kitty (Jones, 1952)
Das Rad (Stenner, etc, 2003)
Bob's Birthday (Snowden/Fine, 1993)
Le Moine et la Poisson (Dudok de wit, 1994)
Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Bloom (Disney, 1953)
Triangle (Russell, 1994)
The Critic (Pintoff, 1963)
Automania 2000 (Halas, 1964)
Pianissimo (D'Avino, 1962)
The Big Story (Watts/Stoten, 1994)
My FInancial Career (Monro/Potterton, 1962)
Valley Curtain  (Mayles, 1974)
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Apocalypse Pooh (Graham, 1987)

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quote:

ORIGINAL: Deviation] LIKE AMERICA'S SWEETHEARTS TOO. IT MADE ME LAUGH A LOT AND THOUGHT IT WAS WITTY. ALSO I FEEL SLOWLY DYING INSIDE. I KEEP AGREEING WITH ELAB.


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 1:55:31 PM   
Pigeon Army


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23. The Princess Bride (1987, Reiner) - 4.5/5*
Bored, and not particularly in the mood to commit three hours to the only film on my DVD shelf I hadn't yet seen (Reds), I decided to whack this little gem of a fairytale into the Xbox and relax as 90 minutes flew by. The Princess Bride is funny, quotable, exciting, action-packed, feel-good, romantic, breezy, and everything that a fairytale should be and more, all while packing a slyly modernised feel and intent. Filled with immaculate performances (Cary Elwes and Mandy Patinkin are still two of my favourite heroes ever, and Crystal's yabbering schiester appears to be growing on me), stunningly good setpieces, choice lines and an overwhelming sense of fun, I can't help but be in love with this film. It's a firm favourite, and while its position in my heart may always oscillate, it'll never leave, I'm sure.

88. The Life and Death of Peter Sellers (2004, Hopkins) - 4/5
Geoffrey Rush's performance is the lynchpin of this highly unconventional Sellers biopic. While he doesn't always look the part one-hundred percent, he captures the erratic, tortured, egotistic soul at the centre of the genius without pulling any punches, and it's a brutally honest, eternally captivating performance that surely would've netted the man an Oscar nomination had this been released theatrically, even ignoring the genius moments when certain players in Sellers' life are revealed as being played by Sellers, who then delivers speeches while in their characters that are equal parts self-pitying and self-aggrandising, and fully Sellers. Ably supported by consummate performers like Emily Watson, John Lithgow, Stanley Tucci, Miriam Margolyes (who never fails to send the blood boiling) and Charlize Theron, and caught by Hopkins' stylised, liberated camera, Rush takes the meaty, inventive, engaging script and runs with it, making the role and the film his own. The film does seem to flit from life-defining moment to life-defining moment and skips a lot of things along the way, but it succeeds despite this.

102. Smash Palace (1981, Donaldson) - 4/5
Roger Donaldson's international breakthrough film is an endlessly captivating drama, with a fantastic performance by Bruno Lawrence and a slow-burning, unflinchingly honest script its highlights. A more indepth review is in my NZ Film thread.

134. Peeping Tom (1960, Powell) - 4/5
Michael Powell's 1960 serial killer film was reviled upon release and forcibly pushed the reset button on the man's career, and today it's hard to see why. With Hitchcock's superior Psycho debuting the same year, it's not like serial killers weren't in vogue, and it's not like they hadn't been humanised before - hell, from what I gather, M did it thirty years before. As it stands, Peeping Tom isn't a particularly shocking or confrontational film. The film is anchored by a believable and tormented performance from the Lorre-ish actor Carl Boehm as Mark, and Powell's cinematography is stunning, his use of colour and camera movement striking and meaningful. The film also has a few interesting things to say about voyeurism and the complicity of the audience in the actions of the filmmaker, but it's a little bit disappointing that I didn't really feel complicit in Mark's actions and thus wasn't as uncomfortable as the film should've made me. The film is also feels a little too proper and 'British' for it's own good, and this detracts from what is otherwise a great early example of the serial killer film.

Perfomance List Additions
44.
Geoffrey Rush as Peter Sellers (The Life and Death of Peter Sellers, 2004)


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She's supposed to be 13! I'd want her to be very attractive though


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ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army
Stop being mean to Deviation

No.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 2:16:16 PM   
Pigeon Army


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And the stats for the recently-passed July -

01.    Camino (2008, Fesser) – 4.5/5
02.    Trois couleurs: Rouge (Three Colours: Red) (1994, Kieslowski) – 4.5/5*
03.    Hana-bi (1997, Kitano) – 4.5/5
04.    The Dark Knight (2008, Nolan) – 4.5/5*
05.    Milyang (Secret Sunshine) (2007, Lee) – 4.5/5
06.    In The Loop (2009, Iannucci) – 4.5/5
07.    Madeo (Mother) (2009, Bong) – 4.5/5
08.    Trois couleurs: Blanc (Three Colours: White) (1994, Kieslowski) – 4.5/5
09.    Trois couleurs: Bleu (Three Colours: Blue) (1993, Kieslowski) – 4.5/5
10.    Cléo de 5 à 7 (Cleo from 5 to 7) (1962, Varda) – 4.5/5

11.    Gake no ue no Ponyo (Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea) (2008, Miyazaki) – 4/5
12.    The Life and Death of Peter Sellers (2004, Hopkins) – 4/5

13.    Naj sul (Daytime Drinking) (2008, Noh) – 4/5
14.    The Trial (1962, Welles) – 4/5
15.    Che (2008, Soderbergh) – 4/5
16.    Zatôichi (The Blind Swordsman: Zatoichi) (2003, Kitano) – 4/5
17.    A Blooming Business (2009, van Zantvoort) – 4/5
18.    Bakjwi (Thirst) (2009, Park) – 4/5
19.    Coco avant Chanel (Coco Before Chanel) (2009, Fontaine) – 4/5
20.    Le million (The Million) (1931, Clair) – 4/5

21.    Love Me Tonight (1932, Mamoulian) – 4/5
22.    Pierrot le fou (1965, Godard) – 3.5/5
23.    Key Largo (1948, Huston) – 3.5/5
24.    Twentynine Palms (2003, Dumont) – 1.5/5

SHORT FILMS
01.    Bad Luck Blackie (1949, Avery) – 4.5/5
02.    Burn-E (2008, MacLane) – 4.5/5

03.    Feed The Kitty (1952, Jones) – 4/5 
04.    Apocalypse Pooh (1987, Graham) – 2.5/5

Decade Breakdown
2000s - 15
90s - 04
80s - 01
70s - 00
60s - 03
50s - 01
40s - 02
30s - 02
20s - 00
10s - 00
1900s - 00

Top 10 Performances of July
01.    Do-yeon Jeon as Shin-ae (Secret Sunshine, 2007)
02.    Benicio Del Toro as Ernesto 'Che' Guevara (Che, 2008)
03.    Hye-ja Kim as Hye-ja (Mother, 2009)
04.    Heath Ledger as The Joker (The Dark Knight, 2008)

05.    Takeshi Kitano as Yoshitaka Nishi (Hana-bi, 1997)
06.    Peter Capaldi as Malcolm Tucker (In The Loop, 2009)
07.    Geoffrey Rush as Peter Sellers (The Life and Death of Peter Sellers, 2004)
08.    Jean-Louis Trintignant as le juge, Joseph Kern (Three Colours: Red, 1994)
09.    Ren Osugi as Horibe (Hana-bi, 1997)
10.    Song Kang-ho as Father Sang-hyeon (Thirst, 2009)



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She's supposed to be 13! I'd want her to be very attractive though


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ORIGINAL: MonsterCat
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ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army
Stop being mean to Deviation

No.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 2:37:15 PM   
rawlinson

 

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ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

134. Peeping Tom (1960, Powell) - 4/5

it's not like they hadn't been humanised before - hell, from what I gather, M did it thirty years before.


Peeping Tom approaches it in a different way to M though. In M we have an evil but pathetic figure in a world of evil. But we're never put into his  mindset in the same way as with Peeping Tom, he isn't the audience identification figure for so much of the film.

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The film is also feels a little too proper and 'British' for it's own good,



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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 2:45:49 PM   
Pigeon Army


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ORIGINAL: rawlinson

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ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

134. Peeping Tom (1960, Powell) - 4/5

it's not like they hadn't been humanised before - hell, from what I gather, M did it thirty years before.


Peeping Tom approaches it in a different way to M though. In M we have an evil but pathetic figure in a world of evil. But we're never put into his  mindset in the same way as with Peeping Tom, he isn't the audience identification figure for so much of the film.


Taken on board. As I thought would've been obvious from the review, I've not seen M, so I wasn't sure. My criticism about not feeling as complicit in Mark's actions as I should've still stands, though. And Carl Boehm is very much Lorre 2.0.


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ORIGINAL: Rinc
She's supposed to be 13! I'd want her to be very attractive though


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ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army
Stop being mean to Deviation

No.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 2:49:28 PM   
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You only actually see the murderer in M in the like the last 30 minutes, and only the last ten minutes or so do you get to sympathize with him a little.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:00:05 PM   
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Taken on board. As I thought would've been obvious from the review, I've not seen M, so I wasn't sure. My criticism about not feeling as complicit in Mark's actions as I should've still stands, though. And Carl Boehm is very much Lorre 2.0.



 That's very much a personal reaction, I think. I remember being very shocked by it the first time I saw it, but I was about 15 or so.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:15:05 PM   
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23. The Princess Bride (1987, Reiner) - 4.5/5*


134. Peeping Tom (1960, Powell) - 4/5



What the fuck?

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:16:10 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army


Taken on board. As I thought would've been obvious from the review, I've not seen M, so I wasn't sure. My criticism about not feeling as complicit in Mark's actions as I should've still stands, though. And Carl Boehm is very much Lorre 2.0.



 That's very much a personal reaction, I think. I remember being very shocked by it the first time I saw it, but I was about 15 or so.


Agreed. This little talk has actually made me wonder if I'm desensitized now - I was all "oh look he's killing a girl but he can't really help it because he's got a disease and daddy issues". A glib summary of my thoughts, yes, but I wasn't particularly entwined with his dilemma.


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:17:37 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

23. The Princess Bride (1987, Reiner) - 4.5/5*


134. Peeping Tom (1960, Powell) - 4/5



What the fuck?


I should've figured you were a member of TMWNS' "The Princess Bride is smug as fuck" campaign.


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She's supposed to be 13! I'd want her to be very attractive though


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:18:48 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

quote:

ORIGINAL: jamesbondguy

quote:

ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

23. The Princess Bride (1987, Reiner) - 4.5/5*


134. Peeping Tom (1960, Powell) - 4/5



What the fuck?


I should've figured you were a member of TMWNS' "The Princess Bride is smug as fuck" campaign.



Smug, unfunny, instantly ruined by Michael Scott's quoting it. And a hundred plus places above a Michael Powell film?

It's like a joke gone horribly wrong.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:18:49 PM   
rawlinson

 

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Taken on board. As I thought would've been obvious from the review, I've not seen M, so I wasn't sure. My criticism about not feeling as complicit in Mark's actions as I should've still stands, though. And Carl Boehm is very much Lorre 2.0.



 That's very much a personal reaction, I think. I remember being very shocked by it the first time I saw it, but I was about 15 or so.


Agreed. This little talk has actually made me wonder if I'm desensitized now - I was all "oh look he's killing a girl but he can't really help it because he's got a disease and daddy issues".





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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:19:28 PM   
rawlinson

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

23. The Princess Bride (1987, Reiner) - 4.5/5*


134. Peeping Tom (1960, Powell) - 4/5



What the fuck?


I should've figured you were a member of TMWNS' "The Princess Bride is smug as fuck" campaign.



I'll never for the life of me understand how anyone can dislike The Princess Bride.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:21:13 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: rawlinson

quote:

ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

quote:

ORIGINAL: jamesbondguy

quote:

ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

23. The Princess Bride (1987, Reiner) - 4.5/5*


134. Peeping Tom (1960, Powell) - 4/5



What the fuck?


I should've figured you were a member of TMWNS' "The Princess Bride is smug as fuck" campaign.



I'll never for the life of me understand how anyone can dislike The Princess Bride.


You would if you had taste.

OWND.

Also, Rawl, have you seen/picked up the latest issue of Sight and Sound? I get the feeling you'd like it very much.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:23:12 PM   
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ORIGINAL: jamesbondguy

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ORIGINAL: rawlinson

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quote:

ORIGINAL: jamesbondguy

quote:

ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

23. The Princess Bride (1987, Reiner) - 4.5/5*


134. Peeping Tom (1960, Powell) - 4/5



What the fuck?


I should've figured you were a member of TMWNS' "The Princess Bride is smug as fuck" campaign.



I'll never for the life of me understand how anyone can dislike The Princess Bride.


You would if you had taste.

OWND.

Also, Rawl, have you seen/picked up the latest issue of Sight and Sound? I get the feeling you'd like it very much.


Sorry to but(t) in here, but do you mean the issue released on Tuesday?


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:24:04 PM   
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ORIGINAL: jamesbondguy

quote:

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quote:

ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

quote:

ORIGINAL: jamesbondguy

quote:

ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

23. The Princess Bride (1987, Reiner) - 4.5/5*


134. Peeping Tom (1960, Powell) - 4/5



What the fuck?


I should've figured you were a member of TMWNS' "The Princess Bride is smug as fuck" campaign.



I'll never for the life of me understand how anyone can dislike The Princess Bride.


You would if you had taste.

OWND.

Also, Rawl, have you seen/picked up the latest issue of Sight and Sound? I get the feeling you'd like it very much.


Sorry to but(t) in here, but do you mean the issue released on Tuesday?



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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:27:02 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: rawlinson

quote:

ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

quote:

ORIGINAL: jamesbondguy

quote:

ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

23. The Princess Bride (1987, Reiner) - 4.5/5*


134. Peeping Tom (1960, Powell) - 4/5



What the fuck?


I should've figured you were a member of TMWNS' "The Princess Bride is smug as fuck" campaign.



I'll never for the life of me understand how anyone can dislike The Princess Bride.


You would if you had taste.









quote:

Also, Rawl, have you seen/picked up the latest issue of Sight and Sound? I get the feeling you'd like it very much.


Not yet. What's in there?

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:29:42 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

quote:

ORIGINAL: jamesbondguy

quote:

ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

23. The Princess Bride (1987, Reiner) - 4.5/5*


134. Peeping Tom (1960, Powell) - 4/5



What the fuck?


I should've figured you were a member of TMWNS' "The Princess Bride is smug as fuck" campaign.



Smug, unfunny, instantly ruined by Michael Scott's quoting it. And a hundred plus places above a Michael Powell film?

It's like a joke gone horribly wrong.


I dunno, I'd say this is a joke gone horribly wrong -

quote:


I have to say though, Edward Scissorhands is probably my favourite. One of the only films to ever make me cry. And I hardly ever cry....


- but I could be wrong.

(Also, the idea that a film can be ruined by a television character merely uttering some of the film's dialogue is preposterous and almost Squid-like in its stupidity.)


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She's supposed to be 13! I'd want her to be very attractive though


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Stop being mean to Deviation

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:31:02 PM   
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ORIGINAL: rawlinson

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ORIGINAL: jamesbondguy

quote:

ORIGINAL: rawlinson

quote:

ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

quote:

ORIGINAL: jamesbondguy

quote:

ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

23. The Princess Bride (1987, Reiner) - 4.5/5*


134. Peeping Tom (1960, Powell) - 4/5



What the fuck?


I should've figured you were a member of TMWNS' "The Princess Bride is smug as fuck" campaign.



I'll never for the life of me understand how anyone can dislike The Princess Bride.


You would if you had taste.










That's not even the one I got. Plus, I gave it away to a charity shop. So I think I should be free from such teasing.

quote:


quote:

Also, Rawl, have you seen/picked up the latest issue of Sight and Sound? I get the feeling you'd like it very much.


Not yet. What's in there?



An article made up of profiles of directors whom they claim (on the front cover) are 'mad, bad and dangerous' although, really, it's an article about directors who bend reality, film convention etc- so you get people like Bunuel, Paradjanov, Anger, even Ulmer for Black Cat. It's quite interesting.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:32:15 PM   
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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:32:54 PM   
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Haven't been updating this for months and months so this is a big info dump.  Blue are first viewings.  Bold are new additions.

First Viewing


5/5

01. Taxi Driver

02. Scarlet Street
03. The Wrestler

4.5/5


04. Double Indemnity
05. Touch of Evil

06. Day of the Dead
Suprisingly underrated imo.  As much as I loved Dawn, Day just had a much darker and cynical tone.  And whilst Dawn very much had heroes and "good guys", Day left us with a much more complex group of people.  And what a fantastic performance from Howard Sherman as Bub, a silly idea completely sold on a brilliant performance.

07. Dawn of the Dead
08. Joint Security Area
09. Spring Summer Autumn Winter...And Spring
10. Let the Right one In
11. Gran Torino

12. Slumdog Millionaire
13. Deliverance
14. Bruno
15. Kung Fu Panda
16. Bonnie and Clyde

17. Ninja: The Final Duel

Unintentionally hilarious and batshit crazy kung fu film involving evil ninjas fighting shaolin monks.  If you aren't sold by the time the "water spider attack team" turn up then surely you will be by the time the "famous black monk...from Harlem" arrives and is threatened with "I'm gonna send you to the ghetto in the sky!".

18. Sherlock Jr.

4/5


19. Watchmen
20.The Chaser
21. Detour
22. Red Cliff

23. Face/Off
Definatly John Woo's best Hollywood work.

24. The 36th Chamber of Shaolin

25. The Exorcist

26. Milk

Very well performed, particularly the supporting cast, biopic.  Though a little "by the numbers".

27. TimeCrimes
Fantastic circular time travel film.  It begins slowly, establishing a chain of events, and then allows them to slowly spiral out of control as the protagainst is sent back in time and finds himself trying to fix events that build up on each other.  


28. The Escapist
29. Night of the Living Dead
30.Man on Wire
31. Frost/Nixon
32. Cape Fear (1991)
33. Night of the Hunter
34. The Graduate
35. River's Edge

36. Badlands
37. Public Enemies
38. Rope
39. Chinatown
40. The Dark Knight
41. The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear

3.5/5

42. Violent Cop
43. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

44. Mad Max 2

45. Terminator: Salvation

Who would have believed this time last year that McG's directing would actually be rather good?  Sadly it's not enough to save the film from a very shoddy script, that's faults seem to stem from the decision to bump up John Connor's role in the film.  Leading to two stories competing for screen time, neither having much impact of reason. 


46. Star Trek (2009)
47. Carrie
48. Jason and the Argonauts
49. The Hangover
50. The Importance of being Earnest (1952)

51. Corali
ne

52. Fido
A great concept that doesn't really make the best use of it.  Fascinating idea at the least and a bizarre and well performed turn from Billy Connely as the zombie turned butler.

53. Revolutionary Road

54. Boyz N the Hood
55. As Good as it Gets
56. Ghost in the Shell
57. The Postman Always Rings Twice
58. Shopgirl
59. Vicky Christina Barcelona
60. Hot Rod
61. Monsters vs Aliens

62. The Girl who leapt through time
63. Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist

64. The Lost Boys
65. The Music Box


3/5


66. Land of the Dead

67. Hudson Hawk

Terrible and amazing at the same time.  Often unintentionally hilarious or batshit crazy humour that comes from nowhere ("Should I rape them?") this is worth watching simply for the fact that a film like this exists.

68. Mad Max
69. Enemy of the State
70. Doom
71. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
72. Zack and Miri Make a Porno
73. Jackass Number 2
74. In Search of a Midnight Kiss

2.5/5

75. Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Furious Five

2/5

76. The Butterfly Effect 3

1.5/5

1/5


77. Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen
Jesus Christ.

78. Twlight
Jesus 'fucking' Christ.

79. Labyrinth

Jesus 'fuck me why do you make me watch these films?' Christ.

80. High School Musical 2

0.5/5

81. zoo
82. Skinned Deep


Shorts

1. Kiwi!
2.
tma/svetlo/tma
3. This way up

4. oktapodi
5. La Maison en Petit Cubes
6. flora
7. meat love
8. Evil Demon Golf Ball from Hell!!!


Films Viewed Per Decade - first / repeat viewings

2000s - 46  /  2
1990s - 9  /
1980s - 10 /
1970s - / 1
1960s - 4  /
1950s - 3  /
1940s - 2 / 3
1930s - 1  /
1920s - 1  /
1910s - 0  /
1900s - 0  /

English language films  - 68 / 6
Foreign language films - 16 / 0

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:33:42 PM   
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(Also, the idea that a film can be ruined by a television character merely uttering some of the film's dialogue is preposterous and almost Squid-like in its stupidity.)



What am I missing?

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:34:42 PM   
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quote:

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ORIGINAL: jamesbondguy

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quote:

ORIGINAL: jamesbondguy

quote:

ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

23. The Princess Bride (1987, Reiner) - 4.5/5*


134. Peeping Tom (1960, Powell) - 4/5



What the fuck?


I should've figured you were a member of TMWNS' "The Princess Bride is smug as fuck" campaign.



Smug, unfunny, instantly ruined by Michael Scott's quoting it. And a hundred plus places above a Michael Powell film?

It's like a joke gone horribly wrong.


I dunno, I'd say this is a joke gone horribly wrong -

quote:


I have to say though, Edward Scissorhands is probably my favourite. One of the only films to ever make me cry. And I hardly ever cry....


- but I could be wrong.

(Also, the idea that a film can be ruined by a television character merely uttering some of the film's dialogue is preposterous and almost Squid-like in its stupidity.)



It was a joke, manz. Although it did appear in perhaps the most embarrassing of all US Office moments.

But I still can't believe you ranked Princess Bride a hundrerd-plus places higher than Michael Powell's Peeping Tom. What are you, 11?

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:35:12 PM   
rawlinson

 

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ORIGINAL: rawlinson

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ORIGINAL: jamesbondguy

quote:

ORIGINAL: rawlinson

quote:

ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

quote:

ORIGINAL: jamesbondguy

quote:

ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army

23. The Princess Bride (1987, Reiner) - 4.5/5*


134. Peeping Tom (1960, Powell) - 4/5



What the fuck?


I should've figured you were a member of TMWNS' "The Princess Bride is smug as fuck" campaign.



I'll never for the life of me understand how anyone can dislike The Princess Bride.


You would if you had taste.










That's not even the one I got. Plus, I gave it away to a charity shop. So I think I should be free from such teasing.



 Maybe in a little while you will be.

quote:

An article made up of profiles of directors whom they claim (on the front cover) are 'mad, bad and dangerous' although, really, it's an article about directors who bend reality, film convention etc- so you get people like Bunuel, Paradjanov, Anger, even Ulmer for Black Cat. It's quite interesting.


That does sound interesting. When's the shop release date?

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:35:25 PM   
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Important OT stuff PA - Alexander Rybak's Fairytale (featuring violins) won Eurovision this year.


Makes that hilariously generic dance mix I used in the show even more hilarious. Setting his twattish violins to bitchy 18 year old girls talking about periods and trying to make themselves vomit in nightclub toilets.


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She's supposed to be 13! I'd want her to be very attractive though


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 1/8/2009 3:36:39 PM   
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twattish violins



That's the perfect description of his song.

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