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Post by 3eyes » June 6th, 2015, 12:53 am

XVII. 100 Top Animated (4/4) - SILVER OBTAINED
1. Robin Hood (73)
2. The Brave Little Toaster (87)
3. Watership down (UK 78)
4. Metoroporisu (Jap 01)
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Post by 3eyes » June 10th, 2015, 3:42 am

8. My Own Private Idaho (91)
9. Withnail & I (UK 87)
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1. The time to live and the time to die / Tong nien wang shi (Taiwan 85)
2. Wajdja (Saudi Arabia 12)
3. Astenicheskiy sindrom (USSR 89)
4. Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse (1991)
5. Blue velvet (86)
6. Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (India 95)
7. Le trou / The night watch (Fr 60)
8. My Own Private Idaho (91)
9. Withnail & I (UK 87)
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Post by Armoreska » July 12th, 2015, 9:40 pm

VOGEL
Currently 3 people have reached silver
Let's roll
1. L'orribile segreto del Dr. Hichcock (1962) 5.5/10
2. Der letzte Mann (1924) 7.5/10
3. It Happened Here (1965) 6.5/10
4. Kare John (1964) 7/10
5. ...a paty jezdec je Strach (1965) 6.5/10
6. Bylem Kapo (1960) 6/10
133 to go to 447!
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#324

Post by 3eyes » July 12th, 2015, 11:27 pm

More power to you, Armoreska! I clawed my way to a bronze and decided that was enough.
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Post by Prat » July 15th, 2015, 7:28 am

I'm in for the Schneider 1001 movies list.

1. Withnail & I (1987) - 6/10

116 to go.
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Post by Prat » July 17th, 2015, 4:16 am

Schneider 1001 movies :
2. The Thin Blue Line (1988) - 8/10
3. Deus e o Diabo na Terra do Sol (1964) - 6/10
4. Being There (1979) - 8/10
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1. Withnail & I (1987) - 6/10
2. The Thin Blue Line (1988) - 8/10
3. Deus e o Diabo na Terra do Sol (1964) - 6/10
4. Being There (1979) - 8/10

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Post by Prat » July 18th, 2015, 3:50 am

Schneider 1001 movies :
5. Dead Man (1995) - 6/10
6. Koyaanisqatsi (1982) - 7/10

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1. Withnail & I (1987) - 6/10
2. The Thin Blue Line (1988) - 8/10
3. Deus e o Diabo na Terra do Sol (1964) - 6/10
4. Being There (1979) - 8/10
5. Dead Man (1995) - 6/10
6. Koyaanisqatsi (1982) - 7/10

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Post by Prat » July 22nd, 2015, 4:10 am

Schneider 1001 movies :
7. Sanma no aji (1962) - 8/10
8. Vérités et mensonges (1973) - 7/10
9. La notte (1961) - 8/10
10. Das weiße Band - Eine deutsche Kindergeschichte (2009) - 7/10
11. Distant Voices, Still Lives (1988) - 5/10
12. Russkiy kovcheg (2002) - 8/10


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1. Withnail & I (1987) - 6/10
2. The Thin Blue Line (1988) - 8/10
3. Deus e o Diabo na Terra do Sol (1964) - 6/10
4. Being There (1979) - 8/10
5. Dead Man (1995) - 6/10
6. Koyaanisqatsi (1982) - 7/10
7. Sanma no aji (1962) - 8/10
8. Vérités et mensonges (1973) - 7/10
9. La notte (1961) - 8/10
10. Das weiße Band - Eine deutsche Kindergeschichte (2009) - 7/10
11. Distant Voices, Still Lives (1988) - 5/10
12. Russkiy kovcheg (2002) - 8/10

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Post by Armoreska » July 25th, 2015, 3:55 pm

7.Between Two Worlds (1952) 5/10
8.Walkower (1965) 5.5/10
9.Feuertaufe (1940) 3.5/10
10.Breathing Together: Revolution of the Electric Family (1971) 4.5/10 (Growing Up in America version)
11.Khatyn, 5km (1968) 7.5/10
12.Pitsi (1946) 3.5/10

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1. L'orribile segreto del Dr. Hichcock (1962) 5.5/10
2. Der letzte Mann (1924) 7.5/10
3. It Happened Here (1965) 6.5/10
4. Kare John (1964) 7/10
5. ...a paty jezdec je Strach (1965) 6.5/10
6. Bylem Kapo (1960) 6/10
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Post by Prat » July 26th, 2015, 3:26 am

Schneider 1001 movies :
13. Lola (1961) - 8/10
14. Senso (1954) - 7/10
15. Europa '51 (1952) - 9/10
16. Le déclin de l'empire américain (1986) - 6/10
17. Yeelen (1987) - 7/10

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1. Withnail & I (1987) - 6/10
2. The Thin Blue Line (1988) - 8/10
3. Deus e o Diabo na Terra do Sol (1964) - 6/10
4. Being There (1979) - 8/10
5. Dead Man (1995) - 6/10
6. Koyaanisqatsi (1982) - 7/10
7. Sanma no aji (1962) - 8/10
8. Vérités et mensonges (1973) - 7/10
9. La notte (1961) - 8/10
10. Das weiße Band - Eine deutsche Kindergeschichte (2009) - 7/10
11. Distant Voices, Still Lives (1988) - 5/10
12. Russkiy kovcheg (2002) - 8/10
13. Lola (1961) - 8/10
14. Senso (1954) - 7/10
15. Europa '51 (1952) - 9/10
16. Le déclin de l'empire américain (1986) - 6/10
17. Yeelen (1987) - 7/10
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Post by Armoreska » August 22nd, 2015, 12:30 pm

13. Moonwalk One (1970) 7/10
actually picked it up for subject matter from IMDb and was surprised to find it on this list!
14. The Queen (1968) 6/10
15. Nicht der Homosexuelle ist pervers, sondern die Situation, in der er lebt (1971) 5.5/10 X/XXX
16. Der lachende Mann - Bekenntnisse eines Morders (1966) 5/10
17. The Brig (1964) 5.5/10
18. Vali (1967) 3.5/10
19. Cuadecuc, vampir (1971) 6/10
20. Yawar mallku (1969) 5.5/10
21. Rysopis (1965) 5/10
22. Taiji ga mitsuryo suru toki (1966) 7.5/10
23. Bloudeni (1966) 4/10
24. O slavnosti a hostech (1966) 6.5/10
25. Csend es kialtas (1968) 4.5/10

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1. L'orribile segreto del Dr. Hichcock (1962) 5.5/10
2. Der letzte Mann (1924) 7.5/10
3. It Happened Here (1965) 6.5/10
4. Kare John (1964) 7/10
5. ...a paty jezdec je Strach (1965) 6.5/10
6. Bylem Kapo (1960) 6/10
7.Between Two Worlds (1952) 5/10
8.Walkower (1965) 5.5/10
9.Feuertaufe (1940) 3.5/10
10.Breathing Together: Revolution of the Electric Family (1971) 4.5/10 (Growing Up in America version)
11.Khatyn, 5km (1968) 7.5/10
12.Pitsi (1946) 3.5/10
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Post by 3eyes » October 9th, 2015, 12:31 am

I've been desultorily working on this one for quite a while - let's say I officially started this challenge when I started it, whenever that was--

XVIII. Halliwell (3/8)
1. The General (Ireland 98)
2. Saikaku ichidai onna - Diary/Life of Oharu (Japan 52)
3. Sitting pretty (48)

I delayed watching all of these for various reasons -- #1 because there were no subtitles and I couldn't get the brogue on the first try; #2 because, well should should should, you know. Beautiful but one of the most unrelievedly depressing films I've ever seen. #3 because my cousin recommended it when it first came out and I've been wanting to see it ever since - and well, I needed a break from Chinese movies.
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Post by Armoreska » October 18th, 2015, 4:05 pm

26. Land des Schweigens und der Dunkelheit (1971) 6/10
27. Le revelateur (1968) 4/10
28. An Evil Hour (1971) 7/10
29. Echoes of Silence (1967) 5/10
30. Harry Munter (1969) 3/10
31. Ich liebe dich, ich tote dich (1971) 4/10
32. La muerte de un burocrata (1966) 6.5/10

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1. L'orribile segreto del Dr. Hichcock (1962) 5.5/10
2. Der letzte Mann (1924) 7.5/10
3. It Happened Here (1965) 6.5/10
4. Kare John (1964) 7/10
5. ...a paty jezdec je Strach (1965) 6.5/10
6. Bylem Kapo (1960) 6/10
7. Between Two Worlds (1952) 5/10
8. Walkower (1965) 5.5/10
9. Feuertaufe (1940) 3.5/10
10. Breathing Together: Revolution of the Electric Family (1971) 4.5/10 (Growing Up in America version)
11. Khatyn, 5km (1968) 7.5/10
12. Pitsi (1946) 3.5/10
13. Moonwalk One (1970) 7/10
14. The Queen (1968) 6/10
15. Nicht der Homosexuelle ist pervers, sondern die Situation, in der er lebt (1971) 5.5/10 X/XXX
16. Der lachende Mann - Bekenntnisse eines Morders (1966) 5/10
17. The Brig (1964) 5.5/10
18. Vali (1967) 3.5/10
19. Cuadecuc, vampir (1971) 6/10
20. Yawar mallku (1969) 5.5/10
21. Rysopis (1965) 5/10
22. Taiji ga mitsuryo suru toki (1966) 7.5/10
23. Bloudeni (1966) 4/10
24. O slavnosti a hostech (1966) 6.5/10
25. Csend es kialtas (1968) 4.5/10
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Post by 3eyes » November 11th, 2015, 3:26 am

XVIII. Halliwell (8/8) - silver completed
1. The General (Ireland 98)
2. Saikaku ichidai onna - Diary/Life of Oharu (Japan 52)
3. Sitting pretty (48)
4. Xia nu /A touch of Zen (Taiwan 71)
5. This gun for hire (42)
6. Sons of the desert (33)
7. Mean streets (73)
8. Murder, my sweet (44)
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Post by 3eyes » December 18th, 2015, 4:52 pm

XIX. Scorsese 3/8
1. Force of evil (48)
2. Crime wave (54)
3. The Phenix City story (55)
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Post by 3eyes » February 3rd, 2016, 4:19 am

XIX. Scorsese (8/8) - silver obtained

1. Force of evil (48)
2. Crime wave (54)
3. The Phenix City story (55)
4. Anna Christie (30)
5. Detour (45)
6. The red house (47)
7. I walk alone (48)
8. T-Men (47)
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Post by Armoreska » March 10th, 2016, 8:47 pm

33. La religieuse (1966) 7.5/10
34. Kristove roky (1967) 5.5/10
35. Capricci (1969) 3/10
36. Events (1970) 3.5/10
37. Gaav (1969) 6.5/10
38. Spalovac mrtvol (1969) 7.5/10
39. Detruire dit-elle (1969) 2.5/10
40. Shinjuku dorobo nikki (1969) 4/10
41. Rani radovi (1969) 6/10
42. Lions Love (1969) 5/10
43. Nejkrasnejsi vek (1969) 5.5/10
44. L'ombre de la pomme (1967) 5/10
45. The Hellstrom Chronicle (1971) 7.5/10
46. Akran (1969) ?/10
47. The Murder of Fred Hampton (1971) 5/10
48. Marjoe (1972) 5/10
49. Warrendale (1967) 6.5/10

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1. L'orribile segreto del Dr. Hichcock (1962) 5.5/10
2. Der letzte Mann (1924) 7.5/10
3. It Happened Here (1965) 6.5/10
4. Kare John (1964) 7/10
5. ...a paty jezdec je Strach (1965) 6.5/10
6. Bylem Kapo (1960) 6/10
7. Between Two Worlds (1952) 5/10
8. Walkower (1965) 5.5/10
9. Feuertaufe (1940) 3.5/10
10. Breathing Together: Revolution of the Electric Family (1971) 4.5/10 (Growing Up in America version)
11. Khatyn, 5km (1968) 7.5/10
12. Pitsi (1946) 3.5/10
13. Moonwalk One (1970) 7/10
14. The Queen (1968) 6/10
15. Nicht der Homosexuelle ist pervers, sondern die Situation, in der er lebt (1971) 5.5/10 X/XXX
16. Der lachende Mann - Bekenntnisse eines Morders (1966) 5/10
17. The Brig (1964) 5.5/10
18. Vali (1967) 3.5/10
19. Cuadecuc, vampir (1971) 6/10
20. Yawar mallku (1969) 5.5/10
21. Rysopis (1965) 5/10
22. Taiji ga mitsuryo suru toki (1966) 7.5/10
23. Bloudeni (1966) 4/10
24. O slavnosti a hostech (1966) 6.5/10
25. Csend es kialtas (1968) 4.5/10
26. Land des Schweigens und der Dunkelheit (1971) 6/10
27. Le revelateur (1968) 4/10
28. An Evil Hour (1971) 7/10
29. Echoes of Silence (1967) 5/10
30. Harry Munter (1969) 3/10
31. Ich liebe dich, ich tote dich (1971) 4/10
32. La muerte de un burocrata (1966) 6.5/10
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Post by 3eyes » March 11th, 2016, 4:21 am

Armoreska on Mar 10 2016, 01:47:20 PM wrote:33. La religieuse (1966) 7.5/10
34. Kristove roky (1967) 5.5/10
35. Capricci (1969) 3/10
36. Events (1970) 3.5/10
37. Gaav (1969) 6.5/10
38. Spalovac mrtvol (1969) 7.5/10
39. Detruire dit-elle (1969) 2.5/10
40. Shinjuku dorobo nikki (1969) 4/10
41. Rani radovi (1969) 6/10
42. Lions Love (1969) 5/10
43. Nejkrasnejsi vek (1969) 5.5/10
44. L'ombre de la pomme (1967) 5/10
45. The Hellstrom Chronicle (1971) 7.5/10
46. Akran (1969) ?/10
47. The Murder of Fred Hampton (1971) 5/10
48. Marjoe (1972) 5/10
49. Warrendale (1967) 6.5/10

90 to go
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1. L'orribile segreto del Dr. Hichcock (1962) 5.5/10
2. Der letzte Mann (1924) 7.5/10
3. It Happened Here (1965) 6.5/10
4. Kare John (1964) 7/10
5. ...a paty jezdec je Strach (1965) 6.5/10
6. Bylem Kapo (1960) 6/10
7. Between Two Worlds (1952) 5/10
8. Walkower (1965) 5.5/10
9. Feuertaufe (1940) 3.5/10
10. Breathing Together: Revolution of the Electric Family (1971) 4.5/10 (Growing Up in America version)
11. Khatyn, 5km (1968) 7.5/10
12. Pitsi (1946) 3.5/10
13. Moonwalk One (1970) 7/10
14. The Queen (1968) 6/10
15. Nicht der Homosexuelle ist pervers, sondern die Situation, in der er lebt (1971) 5.5/10 X/XXX
16. Der lachende Mann - Bekenntnisse eines Morders (1966) 5/10
17. The Brig (1964) 5.5/10
18. Vali (1967) 3.5/10
19. Cuadecuc, vampir (1971) 6/10
20. Yawar mallku (1969) 5.5/10
21. Rysopis (1965) 5/10
22. Taiji ga mitsuryo suru toki (1966) 7.5/10
23. Bloudeni (1966) 4/10
24. O slavnosti a hostech (1966) 6.5/10
25. Csend es kialtas (1968) 4.5/10
26. Land des Schweigens und der Dunkelheit (1971) 6/10
27. Le revelateur (1968) 4/10
28. An Evil Hour (1971) 7/10
29. Echoes of Silence (1967) 5/10
30. Harry Munter (1969) 3/10
31. Ich liebe dich, ich tote dich (1971) 4/10
32. La muerte de un burocrata (1966) 6.5/10
Armoreska, I scrolled up and saw this is Vogel, but could you maybe indicate that somewhere on each post? (spoiler= for instance)
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Post by Knaldskalle » May 15th, 2016, 2:29 am

One of my goals for this year has been to reach silver on the Criterion Collection list. I was 28 checks away from it at the beginning of the year and I'm currently 27 checks away. So I'm barely keeping pace with the new additions. I'm signing up for this challenge as extra motivation to get something done about it.
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Post by Knaldskalle » May 15th, 2016, 6:52 am

1. Colossal Youth (Costa, 2000). Just like "In Vanda's Room" it's achingly beautifully shot, with gorgeous compositions. Unlike In Vanda's Room, there's also a certain poetry to what's happening in the movie. So at the same time it's similar to yet very different from In Vanda's Room. I much prefer this one.
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Post by funkybusiness » May 15th, 2016, 7:53 am

Knaldskalle on May 15 2016, 12:52:51 AM wrote:1. Colossal Youth (Costa, 2000). Just like "In Vanda's Room" it's achingly beautifully shot, with gorgeous compositions. Unlike In Vanda's Room, there's also a certain poetry to what's happening in the movie. So at the same time it's similar to yet very different from In Vanda's Room. I much prefer this one.
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if you enjoyed that, I'd absolutely recommend Horse Money (on netflix for lazy mode). More beautiful, more aching, more poetry. very similar, more different.


also, Colossal Youth was 2006, I was tripped up thinking "it wasn't that many years between films, was it?"

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Post by Knaldskalle » May 15th, 2016, 9:25 pm

funkybusiness on May 15 2016, 01:53:06 AM wrote:
Knaldskalle on May 15 2016, 12:52:51 AM wrote:1. Colossal Youth (Costa, 2000). Just like "In Vanda's Room" it's achingly beautifully shot, with gorgeous compositions. Unlike In Vanda's Room, there's also a certain poetry to what's happening in the movie. So at the same time it's similar to yet very different from In Vanda's Room. I much prefer this one.
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1. Colossal Youth (Costa, 2006)
if you enjoyed that, I'd absolutely recommend Horse Money (on netflix for lazy mode). More beautiful, more aching, more poetry. very similar, more different.


also, Colossal Youth was 2006, I was tripped up thinking "it wasn't that many years between films, was it?"
Horse Money is already in my instant queue.

Funny how I suddenly ran into a bunch of Pedro Costa. I have all my "very long wait" Netflix DVD's at the top of my queue. Both In Vanda's Room and Colossal Youth were in there somewhere and Netflix decided to send both of them to me. :shrug: I almost feel obliged to watch Ossos very soon.

Horse Money is supposed to come out on blu-ray later this month from Cinema Guild.

You're right. For some reason I got it right in the spoiler section. Go figure.
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Post by Knaldskalle » May 17th, 2016, 5:40 pm

2. 3 Women (Altman, 1977). Huh, turns out I've seen this before as a kid. I distinctly remember Shelley Duval's character always getting her skirt caught in the car door, but that's the only thing I remember from it. I suppose most of the movie was a little above my head at age 8-9-10 whenever I saw it. Really good, unsettling vibe from Altman.
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Post by Knaldskalle » May 19th, 2016, 7:55 pm

3. The Milky Way (Buñuel, 1969). I don't know why I hadn't heard more of this one before watching it. Buñuel takes aim at the church (the Catholic in particular) and skewers it relentlessly. It's a funny, yet at the same time slightly angry and serious takedown of the church and dogma. He's poked fun at the church many times before (and since), but never has he made a movie that's only about the church (at least not that I've seen). Very good stuff.
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Post by Knaldskalle » May 22nd, 2016, 11:32 pm

4. Parade (Tati, 1974). I have to be honest, there was something painful about this. I'm a big fan of Tati and think he was one of the great movie comedians of the 20th Century (both his Hulot character as well as before that). Watching him perform parts of his old music-hall show from the 1930s, "Impressions Sportives", at age 65 was at the same time fascinating and a little cringe-inducing, like watching an old athlete re-enact his greatest achievement from decades earlier. The technique and know-how is still there, but there's a stiffness and a forcedness to it that seems age-related. This, of course, does not mean that Parade is a bad movie, but it dominated my experience of it. Tati should not have had to resort to his old "circus tricks" (pardon the pun) in old age, he was too great a performer and artist to have to suffer such ignominy.
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Post by Knaldskalle » May 30th, 2016, 4:11 am

5. The Magic Flute (Bergman, 1975). I know Bergman loved to direct theater, and being one of the great movie directors, you'd think that he'd be ideally suited for filming his own staging of Mozart's Magic Flute. It's not bad, but I didn't really feel like it was anything special either. It's hard not to be a little bit disappointed when you know what the man was capable of, but I guess that's not the fault of this production (but rather my prior expectations).
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Post by Knaldskalle » May 31st, 2016, 6:15 pm

6. Lacombe, Lucien (Malle, 1974). One of the comments on iCM mentions Hannah Ahrendt's phrase "the banality of evil" and this indeed highlights that aspect of it. Evil, done not by monsters but by regular people in unusual circumstances. Really good work by Malle.
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Post by Knaldskalle » June 16th, 2016, 5:16 am

7. The Importance of Being Earnest (Asquith, 1952). This is charming and funny (no surprise, the play is great). I especially loved Edith Evans, she managed to outshine everyone, even Margaret Rutherford (another fave of mine).
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Post by Knaldskalle » June 21st, 2016, 3:17 am

8. The Maestro: King of the Cowboy Artists (Blank, 1995)
9. Sworn to the Drum: A tribute to Francisco Aguabella (Blank, 1995)
10. Yum, yum, yum! A taste of Creole and Cajun cooking (Blank, 1990)

Three documentaries by Les Blank that were included on the Always for Pleasure box set. They vary a bit in how interesting they are. The first is a portrait of a man who's totally dedicated to his art and won't settle for anything, but the art he creates really isn't that interesting (to me). The second is a "tribute" to a supposedly famous Afro-Cuban drummer who I've never heard of. I liked the music, but it's completely beyond me what makes this guy great and others not. The last is a look at real Cajun cooking as practiced in the Mexican Gulf area. I'd love to try the food, even though I can imagine some people being turned off by some of the ingredients (fresh caught toads, anyone?).
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6. Lacombe, Lucien (Malle, 1974)
7. The Importance of Being Earnest (Asquith, 1952)
8. The Maestro: King of the Cowboy Artists (Blank, 1995)
9. Sworn to the Drum: A tribute to Francisco Aguabella (Blank, 1995)
10. Yum, yum, yum! A taste of Creole and Cajun cooking (Blank, 1990)
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Post by Knaldskalle » June 27th, 2016, 6:49 am

11. That Obscure Object of Desire (Buñuel, 1977). I love Buñuel, but this last one wasn't what I expected. It's a classic tale of destructive love, but its been done before (and since) and while its good, it's not quite up to what I was hoping for.
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5. The Magic Flute (Bergman, 1975)
6. Lacombe, Lucien (Malle, 1974)
7. The Importance of Being Earnest (Asquith, 1952)
8. The Maestro: King of the Cowboy Artists (Blank, 1995)
9. Sworn to the Drum: A tribute to Francisco Aguabella (Blank, 1995)
10. Yum, yum, yum! A taste of Creole and Cajun cooking (Blank, 1990)
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Post by Knaldskalle » July 2nd, 2016, 7:13 pm

12. The Night Porter (Cavani, 1974). A tragic Sadomasochistic love affair between a former SS officer and his former concentration camp prisoner? Okay... It's difficult to say that I liked this, but it's well made and carries some emotional weight. It reminds me a little of Visconti's The Damned (Bogarde in both) and Ludwig in its style, but that's possibly because they're all Italian made and from the early seventies. I liked this better than the Visconti's, by the way.

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5. The Magic Flute (Bergman, 1975)
6. Lacombe, Lucien (Malle, 1974)
7. The Importance of Being Earnest (Asquith, 1952)
8. The Maestro: King of the Cowboy Artists (Blank, 1995)
9. Sworn to the Drum: A tribute to Francisco Aguabella (Blank, 1995)
10. Yum, yum, yum! A taste of Creole and Cajun cooking (Blank, 1990)
11. That Obscure Object of Desire (Buñuel, 1977)
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Post by Knaldskalle » July 3rd, 2016, 7:16 am

13. Carl Theodor Dreyer: My Metier (Jensen, 1995). I guess this is about as good as it gets when it comes to making a doc about Dreyer, notoriously unwilling to reveal anything about himself. It manages to suck you into his world fairly well, even if it does end up mainly being talking heads reminiscing about their experiences with Dreyer (or in the case of Falconetti's daughter, relaying what her mother told her). It did make me want to go back and revisit a bunch of his movies, though, so I suppose it did what it set out to do.
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5. The Magic Flute (Bergman, 1975)
6. Lacombe, Lucien (Malle, 1974)
7. The Importance of Being Earnest (Asquith, 1952)
8. The Maestro: King of the Cowboy Artists (Blank, 1995)
9. Sworn to the Drum: A tribute to Francisco Aguabella (Blank, 1995)
10. Yum, yum, yum! A taste of Creole and Cajun cooking (Blank, 1990)
11. That Obscure Object of Desire (Buñuel, 1977)
12. The Night Porter (Cavani, 1974)
13. Carl Theodor Dreyer: My Metier (Jensen, 1995)
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Post by Knaldskalle » July 6th, 2016, 5:19 am

14. Mammals of Victoria (Brakhage, 1994)(34 minutes).
15. ... Reel Five (Brakhage 1999)(14 minutes).
16. The Cat of the Worm's Green Realm (Brakhage, 1997) (14 minutes).
17. Yggdrasill: Whose roots are Stars in the Human Mind (Brakhage, 1997)(17 minutes)
18. Boulder Blues and Pearls and... (Brakhage, 1992) (22 minutes)
19. I Take These Truths (Brakhage, 1994)(17 minutes)
20. Unconscious London Strata (Brakhage, 1981)(22 minutes)

A bunch of Brakhage shorts provide an easy boost. His films really need to be seen on the big screen, it's a substantially different experience than watching it on a TV.
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4. Parade (Tati, 1974)
5. The Magic Flute (Bergman, 1975)
6. Lacombe, Lucien (Malle, 1974)
7. The Importance of Being Earnest (Asquith, 1952)
8. The Maestro: King of the Cowboy Artists (Blank, 1995)
9. Sworn to the Drum: A tribute to Francisco Aguabella (Blank, 1995)
10. Yum, yum, yum! A taste of Creole and Cajun cooking (Blank, 1990)
11. That Obscure Object of Desire (Buñuel, 1977)
12. The Night Porter (Cavani, 1974)
13. Carl Theodor Dreyer: My Metier (Jensen, 1995)
14. Mammals of Victoria[/b] (Brakhage, 1994)(34 minutes).
15. ... Reel Five[/b] (Brakhage 1999)(14 minutes).
16. The Cat of the Worm's Green Realm[/b] (Brakhage, 1997) (14 minutes).
17. Yggdrasill: Whose roots are Stars in the Human Mind[/b] (Brakhage, 1997)(17 minutes)
18. Boulder Blues and Pearls and...[/b] (Brakhage, 1992) (22 minutes)
19. I Take These Truths[/b] (Brakhage, 1994)(17 minutes)
20. Unconscious London Strata[/b] (Brakhage, 1981)(22 minutes)
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Post by 3eyes » July 6th, 2016, 8:37 pm

Suspense.... Have you done Jean Painlevé already?
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Post by Knaldskalle » July 8th, 2016, 6:25 pm

3eyes on Jul 6 2016, 02:37:20 PM wrote:Suspense.... Have you done Jean Painlevé already?
Yes, I borrowed that set at the library when it came out. That was while we were in Berkeley, they order all Criterion Collection releases. I only missed out on the Brakhage shorts because they misplaced disc 3 in the second volume. I had to find those "elsewhere".
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Post by Knaldskalle » July 8th, 2016, 6:27 pm

21. And the Ship Sails On (Fellini, 1983). I have to watch this again to catch all the nuances and references. Quite a bit better than I expected of a late Fellini (I gave up on Fellini after Juliet and the Spirits and Satyricon).

22. Sisters (de Palma, 1973). Not bad, a bit uneven in the pacing and the dialogue could be better, but I liked the ending.
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2. 3 Women (Altman, 1977)
3. The Milky Way (Buñuel, 1969)
4. Parade (Tati, 1974)
5. The Magic Flute (Bergman, 1975)
6. Lacombe, Lucien (Malle, 1974)
7. The Importance of Being Earnest (Asquith, 1952)
8. The Maestro: King of the Cowboy Artists (Blank, 1995)
9. Sworn to the Drum: A tribute to Francisco Aguabella (Blank, 1995)
10. Yum, yum, yum! A taste of Creole and Cajun cooking (Blank, 1990)
11. That Obscure Object of Desire (Buñuel, 1977)
12. The Night Porter (Cavani, 1974)
13. Carl Theodor Dreyer: My Metier (Jensen, 1995)
14. Mammals of Victoria[/b] (Brakhage, 1994)(34 minutes).
15. ... Reel Five[/b] (Brakhage 1999)(14 minutes).
16. The Cat of the Worm's Green Realm[/b] (Brakhage, 1997) (14 minutes).
17. Yggdrasill: Whose roots are Stars in the Human Mind[/b] (Brakhage, 1997)(17 minutes)
18. Boulder Blues and Pearls and...[/b] (Brakhage, 1992) (22 minutes)
19. I Take These Truths[/b] (Brakhage, 1994)(17 minutes)
20. Unconscious London Strata[/b] (Brakhage, 1981)(22 minutes)
21. And the Ship Sails On (Fellini, 1983)
22. Sisters (de Palma, 1973)
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Post by Knaldskalle » July 9th, 2016, 6:37 am

23. Blood for Dracula (Morrisey, 1974). Oh boy. This was firmly in the so bad it's good camp. And considering I hated Flesh for Frankenstein, this was a nice surprise.
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1. Colossal Youth (Costa, 2006)
2. 3 Women (Altman, 1977)
3. The Milky Way (Buñuel, 1969)
4. Parade (Tati, 1974)
5. The Magic Flute (Bergman, 1975)
6. Lacombe, Lucien (Malle, 1974)
7. The Importance of Being Earnest (Asquith, 1952)
8. The Maestro: King of the Cowboy Artists (Blank, 1995)
9. Sworn to the Drum: A tribute to Francisco Aguabella (Blank, 1995)
10. Yum, yum, yum! A taste of Creole and Cajun cooking (Blank, 1990)
11. That Obscure Object of Desire (Buñuel, 1977)
12. The Night Porter (Cavani, 1974)
13. Carl Theodor Dreyer: My Metier (Jensen, 1995)
14. Mammals of Victoria[/b] (Brakhage, 1994)(34 minutes).
15. ... Reel Five[/b] (Brakhage 1999)(14 minutes).
16. The Cat of the Worm's Green Realm[/b] (Brakhage, 1997) (14 minutes).
17. Yggdrasill: Whose roots are Stars in the Human Mind[/b] (Brakhage, 1997)(17 minutes)
18. Boulder Blues and Pearls and...[/b] (Brakhage, 1992) (22 minutes)
19. I Take These Truths[/b] (Brakhage, 1994)(17 minutes)
20. Unconscious London Strata[/b] (Brakhage, 1981)(22 minutes)
21. And the Ship Sails On (Fellini, 1983)
22. Sisters (de Palma, 1973)
23. Blood for Dracula (Morrisey, 1974)
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Post by Knaldskalle » July 11th, 2016, 6:56 am

24. Naked Lunch (Cronenberg, 1991). I knew it was going to be strange going in, but even that didn't really prepare me for its strangeness.
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2. 3 Women (Altman, 1977)
3. The Milky Way (Buñuel, 1969)
4. Parade (Tati, 1974)
5. The Magic Flute (Bergman, 1975)
6. Lacombe, Lucien (Malle, 1974)
7. The Importance of Being Earnest (Asquith, 1952)
8. The Maestro: King of the Cowboy Artists (Blank, 1995)
9. Sworn to the Drum: A tribute to Francisco Aguabella (Blank, 1995)
10. Yum, yum, yum! A taste of Creole and Cajun cooking (Blank, 1990)
11. That Obscure Object of Desire (Buñuel, 1977)
12. The Night Porter (Cavani, 1974)
13. Carl Theodor Dreyer: My Metier (Jensen, 1995)
14. Mammals of Victoria[/b] (Brakhage, 1994)(34 minutes).
15. ... Reel Five[/b] (Brakhage 1999)(14 minutes).
16. The Cat of the Worm's Green Realm[/b] (Brakhage, 1997) (14 minutes).
17. Yggdrasill: Whose roots are Stars in the Human Mind[/b] (Brakhage, 1997)(17 minutes)
18. Boulder Blues and Pearls and...[/b] (Brakhage, 1992) (22 minutes)
19. I Take These Truths[/b] (Brakhage, 1994)(17 minutes)
20. Unconscious London Strata[/b] (Brakhage, 1981)(22 minutes)
21. And the Ship Sails On (Fellini, 1983)
22. Sisters (de Palma, 1973)
23. Blood for Dracula (Morrisey, 1974)
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Post by Knaldskalle » July 15th, 2016, 1:02 am

25. Mafioso (Lattuada, 1962). Surprisingly good movie that is at times serious and poignant and quite funny at others.
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2. 3 Women (Altman, 1977)
3. The Milky Way (Buñuel, 1969)
4. Parade (Tati, 1974)
5. The Magic Flute (Bergman, 1975)
6. Lacombe, Lucien (Malle, 1974)
7. The Importance of Being Earnest (Asquith, 1952)
8. The Maestro: King of the Cowboy Artists (Blank, 1995)
9. Sworn to the Drum: A tribute to Francisco Aguabella (Blank, 1995)
10. Yum, yum, yum! A taste of Creole and Cajun cooking (Blank, 1990)
11. That Obscure Object of Desire (Buñuel, 1977)
12. The Night Porter (Cavani, 1974)
13. Carl Theodor Dreyer: My Metier (Jensen, 1995)
14. Mammals of Victoria[/b] (Brakhage, 1994)(34 minutes).
15. ... Reel Five[/b] (Brakhage 1999)(14 minutes).
16. The Cat of the Worm's Green Realm[/b] (Brakhage, 1997) (14 minutes).
17. Yggdrasill: Whose roots are Stars in the Human Mind[/b] (Brakhage, 1997)(17 minutes)
18. Boulder Blues and Pearls and...[/b] (Brakhage, 1992) (22 minutes)
19. I Take These Truths[/b] (Brakhage, 1994)(17 minutes)
20. Unconscious London Strata[/b] (Brakhage, 1981)(22 minutes)
21. And the Ship Sails On (Fellini, 1983)
22. Sisters (de Palma, 1973)
23. Blood for Dracula (Morrisey, 1974)
25. Mafioso (Lattuada, 1962)
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Post by Knaldskalle » July 15th, 2016, 8:19 pm

26. Secret Honor (Altman, 1984). As much as I love seeing someone take down Nixon, this felt a bit like watching someone carefully construct a straw man argument and then taking it down with glee. At least Philip Baker Hall delivers one hell of a performance!
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2. 3 Women (Altman, 1977)
3. The Milky Way (Buñuel, 1969)
4. Parade (Tati, 1974)
5. The Magic Flute (Bergman, 1975)
6. Lacombe, Lucien (Malle, 1974)
7. The Importance of Being Earnest (Asquith, 1952)
8. The Maestro: King of the Cowboy Artists (Blank, 1995)
9. Sworn to the Drum: A tribute to Francisco Aguabella (Blank, 1995)
10. Yum, yum, yum! A taste of Creole and Cajun cooking (Blank, 1990)
11. That Obscure Object of Desire (Buñuel, 1977)
12. The Night Porter (Cavani, 1974)
13. Carl Theodor Dreyer: My Metier (Jensen, 1995)
14. Mammals of Victoria[/b] (Brakhage, 1994)(34 minutes).
15. ... Reel Five[/b] (Brakhage 1999)(14 minutes).
16. The Cat of the Worm's Green Realm[/b] (Brakhage, 1997) (14 minutes).
17. Yggdrasill: Whose roots are Stars in the Human Mind[/b] (Brakhage, 1997)(17 minutes)
18. Boulder Blues and Pearls and...[/b] (Brakhage, 1992) (22 minutes)
19. I Take These Truths[/b] (Brakhage, 1994)(17 minutes)
20. Unconscious London Strata[/b] (Brakhage, 1981)(22 minutes)
21. And the Ship Sails On (Fellini, 1983)
22. Sisters (de Palma, 1973)
23. Blood for Dracula (Morrisey, 1974)
25. Mafioso (Lattuada, 1962)
26. Secret Honor (Altman, 1984)
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