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    super dude dammit!



    i thought this one was lost, since it never made its way to any home video release, but i found out earlier this year that it wasn't. the AGFA played it at their Endangered Fest, so there is a 35mm print out there. been hoping for a dvd announcement ever since, but i fear that won't ever come.

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    Alas I only have one: The SpongeBob Movie: A Sponge Out of Water. I even have the DVD, but I still have yet to actually watch it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Served On-plate No. 2 View Post
    2001: A Space Odyssey
    A Clockwork Orange
    No Country for Old Men
    North By Northwest
    Seven Samurai
    The French Connection
    Once Upon a Time in the West
    Full Metal Jacket
    Lawrence of Arabia
    Zodiac


    Blue Valentine
    In the Mood for Love
    Nights of Cabiria
    L'avventura
    Naked Lunch
    Tokyo Story
    The Mother and the Whore
    My Night at Maud's
    A Matter of Life and Death
    Werckmeister Harmonies
    have seen no country for old men, the french connection, once upon a time in the west, north by northwest, and lawrence of arabia


    2001: A Space Odyssey
    A Clockwork Orange
    Seven Samurai
    Full Metal Jacket
    Zodiac
    Fight Club
    The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
    The Searchers
    The Terminator
    Spirited Away

    Blue Valentine
    In the Mood for Love
    Nights of Cabiria
    L'avventura
    Naked Lunch
    Tokyo Story
    The Mother and the Whore
    My Night at Maud's
    A Matter of Life and Death
    Werckmeister Harmonies
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    While not humorous, would be cool if someone actually put this in their sig.

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    I've sadly made no progress on my list, but I have seen a decent number that aren't on my list so it hasn't been a total loss

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    My list at this point:

    Barry Lyndon
    Raging Bull
    Once upon a time in America
    Schindler's list
    Dogville
    The good, the bad and the ugly
    The godfather part III
    Otto e mezzo
    Ikiru
    The incredibles

    Updated:

    Barry Lyndon
    Once upon a time in America
    Schindler's list
    Dogville
    Otto e mezzo
    Ikiru
    The sting
    Sansho the Bailiff
    The tale of the princess Kaguya
    Life is beautiful

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    Quote Originally Posted by hutz View Post

    The Taking of Pelham 123 (original)
    The Last Detail
    Nashville
    The Last Picture Show
    Klute (Day for Night)
    The Sorcerer
    Interiors
    My Darling Clementine
    Knife in the Water
    Straight Time (Stardust Memories)
    have seen Straight Time and will see Klute on saturday
    i'll replace them with Day for Night and Stardust Memories

    i'd also be interested to know what progress @thief @Old painty-can Ned @xander @Nilbog @Jims @The Thompsons @The Monster That Ate Everybody have made since its been quite some time since your original posts
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    last post was two years ago and i didn't make much progress at all, haha.

    an american in paris (vincente minnelli, 1951)
    dracula (francis ford coppola, 1992)
    gainsbourg (vie héroïque) (joann sfar, 2010)
    identity (james mangold, 2003)
    i need that record! (brendan toller, 2008)
    raging bull (martin scorsese, 1980)
    scott pilgrim vs the world (edgar wright, 2010)
    summer of sam (spike lee, 1999)
    suspiria (dario argento, 1977)
    the tenant (roman polanski, 1976)

    three new picks:
    gunfight at the o.k. corral (john sturges, 1957)
    king of kings (nicholas ray, 1961)
    wee willie winkie (john ford, 1937)

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    Quote Originally Posted by xander View Post
    Lawrence of Arabia
    Ben Hur
    Seven Samurai
    Casino
    Once Upon a Time in the West
    Eraserhead
    Cinema Paradiso
    8 1/2
    Rififi
    Full Metal Jacket
    Still haven't seen any of these. I've seen loads of movies since making this post, but not any of these.

    It's weird but I kinda save good movies until I've got the perfect situation to view them in. Most importantly is a block of time to watch it without being disturbed and that's more difficult the longer the movie.
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    If a dude tried to cum on my face I would remove his testicles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old painty-can Ned View Post
    Route One USA
    Perfect Strangers
    Napoleon
    The Mother and the Whore
    Nitrate Kisses
    As I Was Moving Ahead Occasionally I Saw Brief Glimpses of Beauty
    Le Monde Vivant
    The Wedding Night
    O Padre e a Moça
    Borderline
    I've only seen Borderline off of this list. It was one of the best I'd ever seen so i'm happy even tho this list remains the same. I think I have all of these downloaded tho so I will get to all of them eventually. But at least 3 of them are 4+ hours.
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    Been thinking about knocking out some of the Miyazakis recently because I am still an anime philistine. What would be a good starting point? Totoro?

    (I'm not starting with Grave of the Fireflies.)

    I really admire animation, so I've been thinking about knocking out a lot of the major stuff I've missed over the past few years. Maybe get to some of the Pixars I missed (Brave, Monsters University) and see stuff like Frozen and The Lego Movie and stuff. Could be decent reviewing material.

    Quote Originally Posted by hutz View Post
    i'd also be interested to know what progress @Jims have made since its been quite some time since your original posts
    I've only knocked out one (The Iron Giant), and it was about two weeks ago. Mostly because I saw it at Meijer for only $4.99 and figured why not. I have trouble fitting movies into my schedules these days... They tend to eat up free time pretty quickly.

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    I'm fortunate to have lots of free time
    recently got pvr which has been a godsend
    ill have 16 movies recorded in the first month where before i would simply miss them because of my funny work hours

    as for where to start with anime... i'm afraid i have no idea
    i can't remember ever watching a japanese movie. not even the basics like kurosawa or godzilla
    should probably rectify that at some point

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jims View Post
    Been thinking about knocking out some of the Miyazakis recently because I am still an anime philistine. What would be a good starting point? Totoro?

    (I'm not starting with Grave of the Fireflies.)
    totoro is a great place to start with miyazaki, but honestly almost all of his work is so likable and accessible that you can't really go wrong with any of his features. i think the majority of them are incredible. howl's moving castle and ponyo are the only two that i'm not over the moon about.

    also, grave of the fireflies is an isao takahata film.

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    Oh yeah, you're right. I forget sometimes that Studio Ghibli isn't just Miyazaki.

    Thanks for the recommendation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hutz View Post
    have seen Straight Time and will see Klute on saturday
    i'll replace them with Day for Night and Stardust Memories

    i'd also be interested to know what progress @thief @Old painty-can Ned @xander @Nilbog @Jims @The Thompsons @The Monster That Ate Everybody have made since its been quite some time since your original posts
    Made some progress actually.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Thompsons View Post
    Gladiator
    Munich
    Barton Fink Ed Wood
    Mad Dog And Glory it was on TV multiple times last weekend but didn't get around to it
    Miller's Crossing Raising Arizona
    Once Upon A Time In America
    Heaven And Earth- actually caught it in pieces about a year ago but still haven't seen the whole thing
    Chinatown
    Blazing Saddles
    Rope
    I'm just like Bart!
    I'm Bart, who are you? by The No Homers Club

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    I'm like the dexter of masturbation.

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    cookie (1989)
    midnight (1982)
    boogeyman II (1983)
    streetwalkin’ (1985)
    funeral home (1980)
    party line (1988)
    the girl from starship venus (1975)
    nighthawks (1981)
    the best (1976)
    supersonic man (1979)

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldSchoolerSimpsons View Post
    I thought Annie Hall was great. We are seeing far too few romantic comedies which actually take themselves seriously and makes the dialogue and characters witty and realistic.
    This is the second ever Woody Allen movie I've seen (the first was Bananas).
    I'm not a Woody Allen fan and I don't even like the characters in Annie Hall or sympathize with them, but I'll be damned if the ending monologue to that movie doesn't make me cry every. Single. Time. It just so perfectly sums up the nostalgic pain that comes with a breakup and loss, and why a person might want another relationship.

    My movies:

    American Beauty
    Batman Forever (yes, seriously, I want to see this movie)
    The Incredible Hulk
    Hulk (the Ang Lee version)
    Brokeback Mountain
    Antman
    Captain America: The Winter Soldier (this is a bit of a cheat since I've only watched part of the film)
    Cool Cat Saves The Kids (lol)
    Jackie Brown
    The X-Files: I Want to Believe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jims View Post
    Been thinking about knocking out some of the Miyazakis recently because I am still an anime philistine. What would be a good starting point? Totoro?

    (I'm not starting with Grave of the Fireflies.)
    Totoro is a good starting point for Miyazaki, but as said by thief his work is largely accessible and most of it qualifies. I started with Princess Mononoke for instance and got hooked immediately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nilbog View Post
    Se7en
    The Shining
    Pulp Fiction
    A Clockwork orange
    The nine lives of fritz the cat
    Frozen
    Dawn of the planet of the apes
    20001:A space oddesy
    The Lego movie
    When the wind blows
    i guess my list now would be:
    i was born, but... (yasujiro ozu, 1932)
    hot fuzz (edgar wright, 2007)
    ikiru (akira kurosawa, 1952)
    star wars: the force awakens (jj abrams, 2015)
    pulp fiction (quentin tartino, 1994)
    can't think of any more

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwertyuio View Post
    Life is beautiful
    i highly recommend this one, really fantastic. my advice is to not think of it as a holocaust movie as such, considering how unbelievable and factually inaccurate it is

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    caught them within the month:

    Quote Originally Posted by zach View Post
    cookie (1989)
    midnight (1982)
    boogeyman II (1983)
    streetwalkin’ (1985)
    funeral home (1980)
    party line (1988)
    the girl from starship venus (1975)
    nighthawks (1981)
    the best (1976)
    supersonic man (1979)
    new list:

    scared to death (1981)
    star slammer (1987)
    hard ticket to hawaii (1987)
    the house that vanished (1973)
    wolfen (1981)
    the night brings charlie (1990)
    things to come (1976)
    star crystal (1986)
    the revenge of the living dead girls (1987)
    the crater lake monster (1977)

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    wish i moved thru my list that fast
    i have however knocked 2 off (day for night and sorcerer)
    will replace them with the grapes of wrath and the night of the hunter
    Quote Originally Posted by hutz View Post

    The Taking of Pelham 123 (original)
    The Last Detail
    Nashville
    The Last Picture Show
    Day For Night ( The Grapes of Wrath)
    Sorcerer (The Night of the Hunter)
    Interiors
    My Darling Clementine
    Knife in the Water
    Stardust Memories

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    Network
    Alien
    Dazed and Confused
    Match Point
    The Godfather trilogy
    Chinatown
    Apocalypse Now
    Taxi Driver
    The Usual Suspects
    Whiplash

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    Quote Originally Posted by zach View Post
    scared to death (1981)
    star slammer (1987)
    hard ticket to hawaii (1987)
    the house that vanished (1973)
    wolfen (1981)
    the night brings charlie (1990)

    things to come (1976) *guess this never made it to home video
    star crystal (1986)
    the revenge of the living dead girls (1987)
    the crater lake monster (1977)
    new list:

    eyes of a stranger (1981)
    bodycount (1987)
    one dark night (1982)
    fatal pulse (1988)
    road games (1981)
    zombie lake (1981)
    the bermuda triangle (1979)
    houseboat horror (1989)
    the hearse (1980)
    hitcher in the dark (1989)

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    The Taking of Pelham 123 (original) (The Wages of Fear)
    The Last Detail (Umbrellas of Cherbourg)
    Nashville
    The Last Picture Show
    The Grapes of Wrath
    The Night of the Hunter (The Search)
    Interiors
    My Darling Clementine
    Knife in the Water
    Stardust Memories

    finally saw pelham123 as well as detail and hunter
    replaced them with the umbrellas of cherbourg, the wages of fear and the search
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    the last picture show is also something i haven't gotten around to, every review i've seen is hugely complementary

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    Quote Originally Posted by hutz View Post
    The Wages of Fear
    Umbrellas of Cherbourg (Zazie dans la Metro)
    Nashville
    The Last Picture Show
    The Grapes of Wrath
    The Search (Two-Lane Blacktop)
    Interiors
    My Darling Clementine
    Knife in the Water
    Stardust Memories
    seen Umbrellas of Cherbourg and The Search
    will replace them with Zazie dans la Metro and Two-Lane Blacktop
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    1. Taxi Driver
    2. The Good, the Sad, The ugly
    3. Independence Day
    4. Adam's Rib
    5. Blazing Saddles
    6. Die Hard
    7. The African Queen
    8. Father Goose
    9. Hocus Pocus
    10. A Star is Born
    11. King Kong (1933 version)
    12. Back to the Future Sequels

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    dracula (francis ford coppola, 1992)
    gainsbourg (vie héroïque) (joann sfar, 2010)
    gunfight at the o.k. corral (john sturges, 1957)
    identity (james mangold, 2003)
    i need that record! (brendan toller, 2008)
    king of kings (nicholas ray, 1961)
    summer of sam (spike lee, 1999)
    suspiria (dario argento, 1977)
    the tenant (roman polanski, 1976)
    wee willie winkie (john ford, 1937)

    four new picks:
    the beat generation (charles f. haas, 1959)
    heaven knows, mr. allison (john huston, 1957)
    the prime of miss jean brodie (ronald neame, 1969)
    prom night (paul lynch, 1980)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hutz View Post
    The Wages of Fear (Seconds)
    Zazie dans la Metro
    Nashville
    The Last Picture Show
    The Grapes of Wrath (Rififi)
    Two-Lane Blacktop (Rashomon)
    Interiors
    My Darling Clementine
    Knife in the Water
    Stardust Memories
    Have seen blacktop and wrath. recently bought wages of fear so just a matter of time
    replaced with Seconds, Rififi, and Rashomon

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    Patton
    The King of Comedy
    M*A*S*H
    All That Jazz
    Shaun of the Dead
    The French Connection
    Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
    The Third Man
    Teacher's Pet
    Pocketful of Miracles
    The Great Race
    The Odd Couple
    Woodstock
    Paper Moon
    Rain Man
    While You Were Sleeping
    12 Years a Slave
    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
    Gold Diggers of 1933
    Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
    My Fair Lady
    Victor/Victoria
    A Hard Day's Night
    Easter Parade
    An American in Paris
    Poltergeist
    Swing Time
    The Man Who Knew Too Much
    Kiss Me Kate
    Top Hat
    Summer Stock
    Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
    Who Framed Roger Rabbit
    Back to the Future Part III
    Back to the Future Part II
    The African Queen
    Father Goose
    Moana



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