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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 4:26:37 PM   
chris_scott01


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#47. The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (Andrew Dominik, 2007)

But such sporadic artistry sponsors a narrative that gives the impression of being methodical, whilst leaping all over the place. The filmmaker's debt to Terrence Malick is obvious in the meticulously-composed wide shots, but the movie lacks the hypnotic rhythm of Badlands - and therefore its weighty cumulative impact. Apparently the film was taken out of Dominik's hands and recut into various versions, which might explain the rogue pacing, as well as a shapeless extended epilogue that seems to undermine the film's point of view, as its voiceover artist takes to providing an audio commentary.




Considering how much I liked this when I saw it at the cinema more than 2 years ago, I can't believe I haven't rewatched it yet.  Maybe I'm afraid of it being less impressive.  Interesting you mention Badlands, personally I would have favour the 'hypnotic rhythm' of Assassination over Badlands.  I rewatched Badlands not too long ago and didn't feel particularly drawn or captivated by it.  In fact I lost quite a bit of interest in Malick as I rewatched his other films too.  As far as memory goes with Assassination though, I thought its tone and pacing married themselves perfectly to the story being told.  I don't think the fact that some sequences are maticulous necessarily gives an impression of the film being methodical in narrative, the contrast is actually strangely affective in this case.


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 4:34:13 PM   
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ORIGINAL: homersimpson_esq
  1. Amelie (Jeunet, 2001) 
  2. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (Jackson, 2001) 
  3. Back To The Future (Zemeckis, 1985)
  4. Moon (Jones, 2009) 
  5. The Apartment (Wilder, 1960) 
  6. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (Jackson, 2003)
  1. Back To The Future Part II (Zemeckis, 1989) 
  2. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (Jackson, 2002)



Sot ROTK and TTT are now out of the top 20?
The sum is greater than the parts.



I think I'd probably agree, Homes.


So they are still in the top 20?

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 5:09:00 PM   
Rinc


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My March viewings. Prepare for harsh markings, even harsher than last year! But just remember 5 is ok, 6 is good and 7 is very good.

7. Roman Holiday (William Wyler, 1953) - 7* Mar
10. A Prophet (Jacques Audiard, 2009) - 7* Mar
11. Patton (Frank J. Schaffner, 1970) - 7* Mar
17. Where The Wild Things Are (Spike Jonze, 2009) - 6* Mar
21. Shutter Island (Martin Scosese, 2010) - 6* Mar
27. Ace In the Hole (billy Wilder, 1951) - 6* Mar
28. Mary and Max (Adam Elliot, 2009) - 6* Mar
37. Manhattan (Woody Allen, 1979) - 6* Mar
39. Spartacus (Stanley Kubrick, 1960) - 6* Mar
40. My Neighbour Totoro (Hayao Miyazaki, 1988) - 6* Mar
41. Coraline (Henry Selick, 2009) - 6* Mar
46. Tsotsi (Gavin Hood, 2005) - 6* Mar
47. Kiki’s Delivery Service (Hayao Miyazaki, 1989) - 6* Mar
48. Animal Farm (Joy Batchelor/John Halas, 1954) - 6 Mar
52. Alice In Wonderland (Tim Burton, 2010) - 5* Mar
53. Away We Go (Sam Mendes, 2009) - 5* Mar
57. Porco Rosso (Hayao Miyazaki, 1992) - 5* Mar
59. Howl’s Moving Castle (Hayao Miyazaki, 2004) - 5* Mar
62. Laputa: Castle In the Sky (Hayao Miyazaki, 1986) - 5* Mar
66. Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (Hayao Miyazaki, 1984) - 5* Mar
69. Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom (Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1975) - 4* Mar

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 5:21:26 PM   
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Bloody hell - you're in your top 10 and you can't even crack into the 8's

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 5:26:09 PM   
Rinc


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I know I'm being very strict this year. I'd say there's only two films I've seen this year I'd deem fantastic - A Matter of Life and Death and The New World. And also I'm usually harsher on films I see for the first time and all of those films above, barring Animal Farm, I saw for the first time this month.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 5:31:21 PM   
Miles Messervy 007


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Features:

20. White Heat (1949, Walsh)
***spoilers***
My 4th Cagney film, which means I finally finished the boxset. Great stuff. It doesn't have the typical rise-and-fall plot that made the other three seem a bit generic. The dialogue is snappy, which is one of the reason this reminds me of classic noir films. Cagney is incredible, with his touches of madness adding another dimension to the swagger of his previous characters. The other actors, too, do a great job. The film must be lauded for its suspense - even though it's obvious Cagney's character will die and O'Brien's will live, the close calls work perhaps as well as in the best of Hitchcock's films. The score is perhaps too intrusive, but at least it's good, credits going to Max Steiner. Overall, I just loved how well the plot worked, and there are a lot of memorable moments. Not too 'deep', but who cares? 9

50. Saving Private Ryan (1998, Spielberg)
Even though this is a star-studded 1998 WWII film, it has little in common with The Thin Red Line, except that both are great films which don't quite work for me. The first part is justifiably praised for its hard-hitting depiction of the invasion, and the rest is all good, but at the end of the film I didn't feel much. Sorry for all the people that had to die in the war? That's pretty much what every war film does. It's not really the blood and body bits that put me off, it's the fact that it's so obvious and manipulative. It works though, because the war scenes are believable and entertaining at the same time, and the performances/cinematography fit the film like a glove. Most war films are journeys, but while Come and See and Apocalypse Now (THE two greatest war films) escalate in their depiction of human madness, Saving Private Ryan doesn't really go anywhere. It'd make a nice double with Schindler's List as an example of Spielberg's talents and flaws revolving around the same historical period. Overall, it's an 8

70. Election (1999, Payne)
A satire that doesn't take sides is refreshing, but it also makes this film lose focus. My first Payne (even though I've owned Sideways for ages, may give it a watch now) makes me interested in seeing more of his work, but disappointed me in itself. The performances are good (even though Witherspoon's performance gets way too much credit, she is playing a pretty one-dimensional character perfectly, but that's about it), and the script has some great moments (I love the lesbian sister's election campaign speech), but the constant inner monologues, especially since the most interesting character gets pretty much shafted in the second half (again, lesbian sister), get tiresome and the whole thing leaves an unpleasant aftertaste. I guess it's not a bad satire, but it wasn't anything special really. 7

Shorts:

23. Homeless Hare (1950, Jones) {7 mins} youtube
A cool idea for an extra on the White Heat DVD. A cool short in itself as well. Bugs vs anyone can only end in his win (Tortoise Beats Hare notwithstanding) and the execution is flawlessly geometrical here: the typical cartoon genre of construction chase doesn't get a new spin, but it's as shiny as it could be. 8

March summary on the way (SPR, WH and HH are April watches). Also working on my 'Really Early Cinema' (pre-1910) project, so that's on the way as well.
PS. Just noticed that 20+50=70 Neat.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 5:52:04 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Miles Messervy 007
PS. Just noticed that 20+50=70 Neat.


What year are you in?


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 5:54:06 PM   
elab49


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White Heat is a 'classic noir film'

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 5:56:48 PM   
Deviation


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69. Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom (Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1975) - 4* Mar


Burn him!

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 6:05:39 PM   
Miles Messervy 007


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FILMS WATCHED IN MARCH 2010


Features:


1. The Godfather Part II (1974, Coppola) RW 10 imdb review


2. Le rayon vert [The Green Ray] (1986, Rohmer) 9 imdb review


3. Der Himmel über Berlin [Wings of Desire] (1987, Wenders) 9 imdb review


4. RoboCop (1987, Verhoeven) 9 imdb review


5. Sullivan’s Travels (1941, P. Sturges) 9 imdb review


6. Vivre sa vie: Film en douze tableaux [My Life to Live] (1962, Godard) 8 imdb review


7. La passion de Jeanne d'Arc [The Passion of Joan of Arc] (1928, Dreyer) 8 imdb review


8. Roman Holiday (1953, Wyler) 8 imdb review


9. His Girl Friday (1940, Hawks) 8 imdb review


10. Angst essen Seele auf [Ali: Fear Eats the Soul] (1974, Fassbinder) 8 imdb review


11. Suspiria (1977, Argento) 8 imdb review


12. Bob le flambeur [Bob the Gambler] (1956, Melville) 8 imdb review


13. A Night at the Opera (1935, Wood) 8 imdb review


14. Donnie Brasco (1997, Newell) 7 imdb review


15. (500) Days of Summer (2009, Webb) 7 imdb review


16. Edward Scissorhands (1990, Burton) 7 imdb review


17. Election (1999, Payne) 7 imdb review


18. Les amants [The Lovers] (1958, Malle) 5 imdb review

Shorts:

1. Free Radicals (1958, Lye) {4 mins} 8 imdb review
2. Der Stadtstreicher [The City Tramp] (1966, Fassbinder) {11 mins} 8 imdb review
3. The Wearing of the Grin (1951, Jones) {7 mins} 7 imdb review
4. Wackiki Wabbit (1943, Jones) {7 mins} 7 imdb review
5. Mexican Boarders (1962, Freleng) {7 mins} 6 imdb review
6. The Landlord (2007, Antzis/McKay) {2 mins} 6 imdb review


See code, ratings, and a brief explanation on shorts in the initial post.

Stats:
Films seen by decade (+shorts)
20s: 1 (+0)
30s: 1 (+0)
40s: 2 (+1)
50s: 3 (+2)
60s: 1 (+2)
70s: 3 (+0)
80s: 3 (+0)
90s: 3 (+0)
00s: 1 (+1)
10s: 0 (+0)

Average rating for features: 7.9
Average rating for shorts: 7.0
Average rating for cinema viewing: N/A
Average rating for re-watches: 10

Directors with more than one feature:
N/A

Directors with one feature:
Francis Ford Coppola, Éric Rohmer, Wim Wenders, Paul Verhoeven, Preston Sturges, Jean-Luc Godard, Carl Theodor Dreyer, William Wyler, Howard Hawks, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Dario Argento, Jean-Pierre Melville, Sam Wood, Mike Newell, Marc Webb, Tim Burton, Alexander Payne, Louis Malle


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 6:06:32 PM   
Miles Messervy 007


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I know elab, but I thought it would be a gangster film
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PS. Just noticed that 20+50=70 Neat.


What year are you in?



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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 6:16:59 PM   
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It can be both - noir encompasses several sub genres.


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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: 2010 - 1/4/2010 6:33:42 PM   
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I'm the opposite of Rinc. I'd say I'm one of the most positive reviewers on here. Pretty much any old junk can get 5/5 for me.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 6:50:33 PM   
Ultimo Lee

 

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March (33)

FIVE
Love Exposure Japan (Sion Sono, 2008) {Mar}

FOUR
Accused Denmark (Jacob Thuesen, 2005) {Mar}
Bad Boy Bubby Australia (Rolf De Heer, 1993)
{Mar}
The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans US (Werner Herzog, 2009) {Mar}
Black Dynamite US (Scott Sanders, 2009) {Mar}
The Bride Wore Black France (Francois Truffaut, 1968) {Mar}
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Sweden (Niels Arden Oplev, 2009)
{Mar}
Hidden France (Michael Haneke, 2005) {Mar}
Junk Mail Norway (Pal Sletaune, 1997) {Mar}
Mad Detective Hong Kong (Johnnie To, 2007)
{Mar}
Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment UK (Karel Reisz, 1966)
{Mar}
Normal People Are Nothing Exceptional France (Laurence Ferreira Barbosa, 1993)
{Mar}
La Promesse Belgium
(Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, 1996) {Mar}
Tony UK (Gerard Johnson, 2009) {Mar}

THREE
Boxcar Bertha US (Martin Scorsese, 1972) {Mar}
Doghouse UK
(Jake West, 2009) {Mar}
Happy-Go-Lucky UK
(Mike Leigh, 2008){Mar}
Harry Brown UK (Daniel Barber, 2009) {Mar}
The Road US (John Hilcoat, 2009)
{Mar}
The Secret in Their Eyes Argentina
(Juan José Campanella, 2009)
{Mar}
Strange Circus Japan (Sion Sono, 2005)
{Mar}
Tickets Italy (Abbas Kiarostami, Ken Loach, Ermanno Olmi, 2005) {Mar}
The Unloved UK (Samantha Morton, 2009)
{Mar}
The White Ribbon Germany (Michael Haneke, 2009)
{Mar}

TWO
12:08 East of Bucharest Romania (Corneliu Porumboiu, 2006) {Mar}
Dark Star US (John Carpenter, 1974) {
Mar}
Don't Worry About Me UK (David Morrissey, 2009) {Mar}
The House Of The Devil US (Ti West, 2009) {Mar}
My Girlfriend's Boyfriend France (Eric Rohmer, 1987 {Mar}
Rosetta Belgium (Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, 1999) {Mar}
Wilbur Wants To Kill Himself UK (Lone Scherfig, 2001) {Mar}
Who's That Knocking at My Door? US (Martin Scorsese, 1967) {Mar}

ONE
Better Things UK (Duane Hopkins, 2008) {Mar}

--In Alphabetical Order

Best Film Of The Month (First Watches Only)
January: Joint Security Area
February: A Prophet
March:
Love Exposure
Worst Film Of The Month (First Watches Only)
January: Career Girls
February: Kantoku Banzai!
March:
Better Things

Short Films (Order Of Viewing)
X2000 (François Ozon, 1998)
Nought (Jonathan Beamish, 2000)
Herakles (Werner Herzog, 1968)
French Toast (Fabrice Joubert, 2008)
Granny O'Grimms Sleeping Beauty (Nicky Phelan, 2008)
Logorama (François Alaux, Hervé de Crecy & Ludovic Houplain, 2009)
Finite (Dusty Culbertson & Eric Hyland, 2006)
Touch (David Hamilton, 2006)


Documentaries
Sick: The Life & Death of Bob Flanagan (Kirby Dick, 1997)

By Country (Overall)
US: 27
UK: 18
France: 10
Japan: 6
Hong Kong: 4
South Korea: 3
Ireland: 3
Denmark: 2
Belgium: 2
1: Argentina, Australia, Germany, Israel, Italy, Norway, Peru, Romania, Sweden, Uruguay


By Decade (Overall)
00's: 58
90's: 14
80's: 4
70's: 3
60's: 5
50's: 1


Jan: 27 Feb: 25 Mar: 33 Total: 85

Some hugely enjoyable and unique films are the story of my month with the crazily brilliant Love Exposure being the cherry on top of the cake. Finally came to the end of watching Haneke's back catalogue as another Truffaut turns out to be suprisingly great with Jeanne Moreau being her usual brilliant self. Also looking to finish several directors catalouges off with two Dardenne's (One good, one bad only Lorna left) Two Scorsese's (average) and finally being a Carpenter fan i should have watched Dark Star years ago but finally did this month and it's pretty rubbish. Finished all the Mike Leigh films i could actually find or want to watch and as a whole i've been disapointed more than i've loved from him.

Best month of the year so far.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 7:20:10 PM   
elab49


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Fewer films this month - work and TV

March Rankings
 
1. An Actor's Revenge (Ichikawa, 1963)
2. Bill Douglas Trilogy (1972 – 1979)
3. Only Angels Have Wings (Hawks, 1939)
4. Howl's Moving Castle (Miyazaki, 2004)
5. Sullivan's Travels (Sturges, 1941)          
6. Citizen Kane (Welles, 1941)
7. Gorky Park (Apted, 1983)
8. Grosse Pointe Blank (Armitage, 2007)
9. The Eclipse (MacPherson, 2009)
10. Porridge The Movie (Clement, 1979)

 
11. After the Rain (Koizumi, 1999)
12. The White Sound (Weingartner, 2001)
13. Gone Baby Gone (Affleck, 2007)
14. Cactus Flower (Saks, 1969)
15. Get Smart (Segal, 2008)
16. Hidden Agenda (Loach, 1990)
17. Detective Story (Wyler, 1951)
18. Rough Cut (Jang, 2008)
19. China Syndrome (Bridges, 1979)
20. How to Marry a Millionnaire (Negulesco, 1953)

 
21. Penny Serenade (Stevens, 1941)
22. Watchmen (Snyder, 2009)
23.. Spider Forest (Song, 2004)
24. Adventureland (Mottola, 2009)
25. The Guinea Pig (Boulting, 1948)
26. Last Chance Harvey (Hopkins, 2008)
27. Young Victoria (Valle, 2009)
28. Sunshine Cleaning (Jeffs, 2008)
29, Descent 2 (Harris, 2009)
30. Bottle Shock (Miller, 2008)


31. The Boys are Back (Hicks, 2009)
32. I Love You Man (Hamburg, 2009)
33. Glorious 39 (Poliakoff, 2009)
34. GI Joe (Sommers, 2009)
35. Legion (Stewart, 2010)


Shorts
 
The Door (Wilson, 2008)
 
Performances
 
1. Stephen Archibald (Bill Douglas Trilogy)
2, Kazuo Hasegawa (An Actor's Revenge)
3. Ronnie Barker (Porridge the Movie)
4. Daniel Bruhl (White Sound)
5. Jackie Earl Haley (Watchmen)
6. Jean Arthur (Only Angels Have Wings)
7. Jack Lemmon (China Syndrome)
8. John Cusack (Grosse Pointe Blank)
9. Amy Ryan (Gone Baby Gone)
10. Irene Dunne (Penny Serenade).
11. Rikki Fulton (Gorky Park)

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 7:23:19 PM   
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March:

6. The Appartment
16 Chicago
17 Big Fish
20 Chaplin
23 No Distance Left To Run
24 The Breakfast Club
26 This is Spinal Tap
34 Secretary
41 Logorama
42 Exit Through The Gift Shop
45 Earth Vs Flying Saucers
46 Lady and the Reaper
49 Alice in Wonderland
52 I Love You, Phillip Morris
55 The Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring
57 Rhapsody in August
58 Shakespeare in Love
62 The Next Karate Kid
66 The Road Warrior
67 Zombieland
73 French Roast
75 Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
76 Return of the King
80 TWo Towers
81 Shutter Island
87 Spy Next Door
88 The Crazies (Remake)
90 From Paris With Love
93 Bulletproof Monk


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 7:36:34 PM   
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I'm the opposite of Rinc. I'd say I'm one of the most positive reviewers on here. Pretty much any old junk can get 5/5 for me.


By tonight you'll be proven wrong.


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There are certainly times where calling a person a cunt is not only reasonable, it is a gross understatement.

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I really wish I could go down to see Privates

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 8:39:36 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Deviation

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ORIGINAL: swordsandsandals

I'm the opposite of Rinc. I'd say I'm one of the most positive reviewers on here. Pretty much any old junk can get 5/5 for me.


By tonight you'll be proven wrong.



I'm intrigued...

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 9:23:36 PM   
Deviation


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Werkmeister Harmonies (Bela Tarr, 2000)- HNG/ITA/GER/FRA - 5/5

This month I've seen two films that might have made it in my Top 100. Both made by the same director  and both of considerable length. And while Satantango's length mostly breezed through, there was times were it felt plodding, no such problems are to be here. Beautifully shot, fascinating, intelligent, mysterious, challenging and compelling, it confirms Tarr as one the greatest living directors today.

Le Duolos (Jean Pierre Melville, 1962)- FRA/ITA - 5/5

Mesmerizing Gallic film noir from Melville with two great lead performances, a fantastic, sightly convoluted plot, beautiful cinematography and Melville's taut writing and direction. Incredible.

Plastic Bag (Rahmin Bahrani, 1009, S)- USA - 5/5

A short with Werner Herzog voicing an existential plastic bag with a plot that can be considered some sort of joke at American beauty shouldn't be this good, but it is, it very much is. Beautifully written and shot by Bahrami, it makes a plastic bag a living being joyfully exploring the world around it while wishing to meet back its maker.

Yi yi A One and a Two (Edward Yang, 2000)- TWN/JPN- 3/5

It's well acted, it's expertly directed, it has moments of beauty, but it feels too cold, too distant and at times too long to actually relate. It might be becuase the characters sufferings are suffocated under the surroundings hence the distant approach, but it makes the long running length just seem longer.


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 9:24:20 PM   
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My March viewings. Prepare for harsh markings, even harsher than last year! But just remember 5 is ok, 6 is good and 7 is very good.


Good man Rinc, that what we need round here - someone to set a few goddamn standards!

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 9:30:57 PM   
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March

Werkmietser Harmonies- 5/5

Satantango- 5/5

Wages of Fear- 5/5

The New World- 5/5

Le Doulos- 5/5

Waltz with Bashir- 5/5

Taxi to the Dark Side- 5/5

A Single Man- 5/5

Annie Hall- 5/5

Plastic Bag- 5/5

The Unknown- 5/5

Inspirance- 5/5

The Lives of Others- 4/5

Ginger and Fred- 4/5

Apache- 4/5

Gomorra- 4/5

Leon Morin, Priest- 4/5

A Prophet- 4/5

The Fortune Cookie- 4/5

Fellini Satyricon- 4/5

The Cove- 4/5

Martyrs- 4/5

Bunny Lake is Missing- 4/5

High Plains Drifter- 4/5

Bunny Lake is Missing- 4/5

Suspiria- 4/5

Don Van Vliet: Some YoYo Stuff- 4/5

The Brothers Bloom- 3/5

Yiyi A One and a Two- 3/5

The Return of the Living Dead- 3/5

2012- 2/5

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 9:55:18 PM   
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69. Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom (Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1975) - 4* Mar


Burn him!


I misread that as 'Bum him!' at first.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 10:02:17 PM   
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69. Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom (Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1975) - 4* Mar


Burn him!


I misread that as 'Bum him!' at first.


If he's a fan of that film, I wouldn't put it past him.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 11:25:21 PM   
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Man, I made a really good start to the year in January, then for the next two months watched very few films. Didn't put up a list for February, so here is my list for the last two months

1. The Big Lebowski (1998, Coen) 10/10
2. Last Exit To Brooklyn (1989, Edel) 10/10
3. Bringing Up Baby (1938, Hawks) 9/10
4. The Naked Gun: From The Files Of Police Squad (1988, Zucker) 9/10
5. Doc Hollywood (1991, Caton-Jones) 9/10
6. The Man With Two Brains (1983, Reiner) 9/10
7. The Prestige (2006, Nolan) 9/10
8. Up (2009, Docter & Peterson) 9/10
9. The Odd Couple (1968, Saks) 8/10
10. You Can't Take It With You (1938, Capra) 8/10

11. Raising Arizona (1987, Coen) 8/10
12. The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp (1943, Powell & Pressburger) 8/10
13. The Taking Of Pelham One Two Three (1974, Sargent) 8/10
14. The Bad Lieutenant: Port Of Call-New Orleans (2009, Herzog) 8/10
15. The Comancheros (1961, Curtiz) 8/10
16. Cocoon (1985, Howard) 8/10
17. The Magnificent Seven (1960, Sturges) 8/10
18. Shutter Island (2010, Scorsese) 8/10
19. Enron: The Smartest Guys In The Room (2005, Gibney) 8/10
20. Family Business (1989, Lumet) 8/10

21. Grand Theft Parsons (2003, Caffrey) 8/10
22. Lake Placid (1999, Miner) 8/10
23. Notes On A Scandal (2006, Eyre) 8/10
24. Martyrs (2008, Laugier) 8/10
25. The Couch Trip (1988, Ritchie) 7/10
26. Terminal Velocity (1994, Sarafian) 6/10
27. Bandidas (2006, Rønning & Sandberg) 6/10
28. A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987, Russell) 6/10
29. The Anniversary Party (2001, Cummings & Jason Leigh) 6/10
30. Kindergarten Cop (1990, Reitman) 5/10

31. The Serpent And The Rainbow (1987, Craven) 5/10
32. Fast & Furious (2009, Lin) 4/10
33. Undefeatable (1993, Ho) 4/10
34. Navy Seals (1990, Teague) 4/10
35. G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra (2009, Sommers) 4/10
36. How High (2001, Dylan) 1/10

Top Performances of February & March 2010
1. Cary Grant as Dr. David Huxley (Bringing Up Baby)
2. Jeff Bridges as The Dude (The Big Lebowski)
3. Tom Hanks as Chuck Noland (Cast Away)
4. Leslie Nielson as Frank Drebin (The Naked Gun: From The Files Of Police Squad)
5. Katharine Hepburn as Susan Vance (Bringing Up Baby)
6. John Goodman as Walter Sobchak (The Big Lebowski)
7. Michael J. Fox as Dr. Benjamin Stone (Doc Hollywood)
8. Roger Livesey as Clive Candy (The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp)
9. Lionel Barrymore as Grandpa Martin Vanderhof (You Can't Take It With You)
10. Nicolas Cage as Terence McDonagh (The Bad Lieutenant: Port Of Call-New Orleans)

11. Wilford Brimley as Ben Luckett (Cocoon)
12. Dustin Hoffman as Vito McCullen (Family Business)
13. Don Ameche as Art Selwyn (Cocoon)
14. Jennifer Jason Leigh as Tralala (Last Exit To Brooklyn)
15. Jack Lemmon as Felix Ungar (The Odd Couple)
16. Judi Dench as Barbara Covett (Notes On A Scandal)
17. Sean Connery as Jesse McCullen (Family Business)
18. Michael Shannon as Larry Oster-Berg (Grand Theft Parsons)
19. Edward Arnold as Anthony P. Kirby (You Can't Take It With You)
20. Hugh Jackman as Robert Angier (The Prestige)

21. Walter Matthau as Oscar Madison (The Odd Couple)
22. Cate Blanchett as Sheba Hart (Notes On A Scandal)
23. Stephen Lang as Harry Black (Last Exit To Brooklyn)


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 1/4/2010 11:50:05 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Rinc

69. Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom (Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1975) - 4* Mar


Burn him!


I misread that as 'Bum him!' at first.


If he's a fan of that film, I wouldn't put it past him.
'

I respect it a lot. Now bum swords.


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I really wish I could go down to see Privates

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 2/4/2010 12:47:58 AM   
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11. Shutter Island (Martin Scorsese, 2010, USA)

*** SPOILERS ***

There seems to be an ideology floating around everywhere that everything Martin Scorsese makes nowadays is second-rate Scorsese. Nothing since Goodfellas has been lauded like his past classics, and to an extent, I agree that there isn't anything as brilliant in his ouvre as Taxi Driver, made 34 years ago. However, calling films such as The Departed and Shutter Island second-rate seems negative and detrimental to movies that are better than almost anything coming out of American studios nowadays. Don't compare it to his past classics, compare it to films around, here and now. And it is when watching this, that I came to the conclusion that second-rate Scorsese is really first-rate Scorsese.

It features one of the greatest actors of the last 10 years (how long ago Titanic seems now...), a superb supporting cast, a none more pulpy script, and absolutely stunning and masterful direction. This is essentially, what one wishes for in a film, or at least the common cinema audience. They go to the movies to be entertained, and Shutter Island is one hell of an entertaining film. However, it also works on a technical level, an intellectual one, and that is down to its director more than the source novel. Scorsese is aware there is no big twist, that Teddy's delusions are hinted at 30 seconds in and grow throughout the film. What the film represents is the journey of his delusions and how he came to be delusional, rather than if he is or not. Bearing that in mind instead of being disappointed when you're told what happens is better.

It may use homage almost non-stop, but fucked if I care, a) because I haven't seen most of the films it supposedly homages, and b) it's so damn awesome I don't care (yeah, this is the same as my Tarantino argument!). It evokes feelings of Memento, The Truman Show and while generic conventions are played with, music and shots used are stereotypical, there is no one I'd rather see frame a shot than Martin Scorsese. A few minutes could have been cut off - the last 20 minutes or so is pure exposition - , some lines, some shots. However, each shot that is used is beautiful and haunting.

So go have fun! Watch a film that both you and the director are fully in the knowledge of that it is great entertainment. It's gothic pulp fiction, and it's one of the best films in ages.

Also, about the supposed real twist - that Teddy reverts back to his fake state in order to get a lobotomy so he doesn't have to live with the suffering - I totally agree. That line's cryptic for a reason!

4.5/5

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However, calling films such as The Departed...second-rate seems negative and detrimental to movies that are better than almost anything coming out of American studios nowadays. Don't compare it to his past classics, compare it to films around, here and now.


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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: 2010 - 2/4/2010 1:07:26 AM   
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And it is when watching this, that I came to the conclusion that second-rate Scorsese is really first-rate Scorsese.



It seems like every Scorsese fan feels this way


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 2/4/2010 1:09:37 AM   
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My monthly update...

Killer of Sheep (1977, Charles Burnett)
Distant Voices, Still Lives (1988, Terence Davies)
Point Blank (1967, John Boorman)
Mean Streets (1973, Martin Scorsese)
A Taste of Honey (1961, Tony Richardson)
L'albero degli zoccoli (1978, Ermanno Olmi)
The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner (1962, Tony Richardson)
Shane (1953, George Stevens)
The Big Sleep (1946, Howard Hawks)
Das weisse Band - Eine deutsche Kindergeschichte (2009, Michael Haneke)

Letyat zhuravli (1957, Mikhail Kalatozov)
Bigger Than Life (1956, Nicholas Ray)
Cabaret (1972, Bob Fosse)
The Maltese Falcon (1941, John Huston)
Dersu Uzala (1975, Akira Kurosawa)
The French Connection (1971, William Friedkin)
Hotaru no haka (1988, Isao Takahata)
Umberto D. (1952, Vittorio De Sica)
The Sweet Hereafter (1997, Atom Egoyan)
Le scaphandre et le papillon (2007, Julien Schnabel)

This Sporting Life (1963, Lindsay Anderson)
Le dernier métro (1980, François Truffaut)
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001, Peter Jackson)
All That Jazz (1979, Bob Fosse)
Saturday Night And Sunday Morning (1960, Karel Reisz)
L'histoire d'Adèle H (1975, François Truffaut)
Bakjwi (2009, Park Chan-wook)
4 luni, 3 saptamâni si 2 zile (2007, Cristian Mungiu)
Il fiore delle mille e una notte (1974, Pier Paolo Pasolini)
My Dinner With Andre (1981, Louis Malle)

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002, Peter Jackson)
The Man who would be King (1975, John Huston)
Il vangelo secondo Matteo (1964, Pier Paolo Pasolini)
Clerks (1994, Kevin Smith)
Village of the Damned (1960, Wolf Rilla)
Moon (2009, Duncan Jones)
Antichrist (2009, Lars von Trier)
A Serious Man (2009, Joel Coen & Ethan Coen)
L'amour l'après-midi (1972, Eric Rohmer)
Adventureland (2009, Greg Mottola)

Dark Victory (1939, Edmund Goulding)
The Long Day Closes (1992, Terence Davies)
An Education (2009, Lone Scherfig)
Of Time and the City (2008, Terence Davies)
The English Patient (1996, Anthony Minghella)
Up in the Air (2009, Jason Reitman)
The Hurt Locker (2008, Kathryn Bigelow)
Die Fälscher (2007, Stefan Ruzowitzky)
Shutter Island (2010, Martin Scorsese)
Bronson (2008, Nicolas Winding Refn)

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003, Peter Jackson)
Monsoon Wedding (2001, Mira Nair)
The Damned United (2009, Tom Hooper)
Prizzi's Honor (1985, John Huston)
Drag Me To Hell (2009, Sam Raimi)
Zombieland (Ruben Fleischer)
Anvil: The Story Of Anvil (2008, Sacha Gervasi)
In The Loop (2009, Armando Iannucci)
Gomorra (2008, Matteo Garrone)
Invictus (2009, Clint Eastwood)

Shatranj Ke Khilari (1977, Satyajit Ray)
Harry Brown (2009, Daniel Barber)
The Killer Elite (1975, Sam Peckinpah)
Sherlock Holmes (2009, Guy Ritchie)
The Time Traveler's Wife (2009, Robert Schwentke)
Avatar (2009, James Cameron)
Airport (1970, George Seaton)
Hachiko: A Dog's Story (2009, Lasse Hallström)
Murder on the Orient Express (1974, Sidney Lumet)
(500) Days of Summer (2009, Marc Webb)

Julie & Julia (2009, Nora Ephron)
Murder! (1930, Alfred Hitchcock)
Smokin' Aces (2006, Joe Carnahan)
The Football Factory (2004, Nick Love)


Films Viewed Per Decade

2010s - 1
2000s - 34
1990s - 4
1980s - 5
1970s - 15
1960s - 7
1950s - 4
1940s - 2
1930s - 2
1920s - 0
1910s - 0
1900's - 0


Top Ten Lead Actor Performances

Mathieu Amalric - Le scaphandre et le papillon
Carlo Battisti - Umberto D.
Tom Courtenay - The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner
Gene Hackman - The French Connection
Richard Harris - This Sporting Life
Lee Marvin - Point Blank
James Mason - Bigger Than Life
Luigi Ornaghi - L'albero degli zoccoli
Henry Gayle Sanders - Killer of Sheep
Roy Scheider - All That Jazz


Top Ten Lead Actress Performances

Isabelle Adjani - L'histoire d'Adèle H
Catherine Deneuve - Le dernier métro
Charlotte Gainsbourg - Antichrist
Anamaria Marinca - 4 luni, 3 saptamâni si 2 zile
Liza Minnelli - Cabaret
Rachel Roberts - This Sporting Life
Barbara Rush - Bigger Than Life
Tatyana Samojlova - Letyat zhuravli
Emmanuelle Seigner - Le scaphandre et le papillon
Rita Tushingham - A Taste of Honey


Top Ten Supporting Actor Performances

Giuseppe Brignoli - L'albero degli zoccoli
Robert De Niro - Mean Streets
Bruce Greenwood - The Sweet Hereafter
Van Heflin - Shane
Murray Melvin - A Taste of Honey
Maksim Munzuk - Dersu Uzala
Pete Postlethwaite - Distant Voices, Still Lives
Michael Redgrave - The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner
Roy Scheider - The French Connection
Max von Sydow - Le scaphandre et le papillon


Top Ten Supporting Actress Performances

Juliet Binoche - The English Patient
Teresa Brescianini - L'albero degli zoccoli
Dora Bryan - A Taste of Honey
Maria-Pia Casilio - Umberto D.
Marie-Josée Croze - Le scaphandre et le papillon
Freda Dowie - Distant Voices, Still Lives
Anjelica Huston - Prizzi's Honor
Rachel Roberts - Saturday Night And Sunday Morning
Shefali Shetty - Monsoon Wedding
Laura Vasiliu - 4 luni, 3 saptamâni si 2 zile


Shorts (40 Minutes or less)

La dama y la muerte (2009, Javier Recio Gracia)
Véronique et son cancre (1958, Eric Rohmer)
Momma Don't Allow (1955, Karel Reisz / Tony Richardson)
Granny O'Grimm's Sleeping Beauty (2008, Nicky Phelan)
French Roast (2008, Fabrice Joubert)


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2010 - 2/4/2010 1:23:23 AM   
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And it is when watching this, that I came to the conclusion that second-rate Scorsese is really first-rate Scorsese.



It seems like every Scorsese fan feels this way



ZOMG - SCORSESE FAN IN LIKING-SCORSESE-FILMS SHOCKER




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