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Post by sebby » October 12th, 2017, 7:49 am

funkybusiness on Oct 12 2017, 01:38:35 AM wrote:
sebby on Oct 9 2017, 01:09:23 PM wrote:
sol on Oct 9 2017, 05:24:24 AM wrote:No problem. Incidentally, you've managed to knock a couple of years off me, but I don't mind. I like being told that I look younger than I am. -_-
I've been told that I look 28 or 29 since I was 25. I suppose it's nice to not age in the face for 8 years. But oh, have I aged in other ways. Ooof my back, get off my lawn you damn dirty kids, turn that music down, etc.

I balance it all out by being as emotionally immature as possible <_<
people used to think I was 3-6 years older than I ever actually was growing up
You must have been quite the 6 year old to trick people into thinking you were 12. There's quite a lot of comedy in that there situation.

Hmm

I smell a CBS sit-com. I think we can put something together that'll run for 5-7 years with solid primetime ratings, yet no one will know anyone who actually watches it. It'll air right after 2 Broke Girls. Essentially an hour of ghost town TV.

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#42

Post by funkybusiness » October 12th, 2017, 7:53 am

sebby on Oct 12 2017, 01:49:58 AM wrote:
funkybusiness on Oct 12 2017, 01:38:35 AM wrote:
sebby on Oct 9 2017, 01:09:23 PM wrote:I've been told that I look 28 or 29 since I was 25. I suppose it's nice to not age in the face for 8 years. But oh, have I aged in other ways. Ooof my back, get off my lawn you damn dirty kids, turn that music down, etc.

I balance it all out by being as emotionally immature as possible <_<
people used to think I was 3-6 years older than I ever actually was growing up
You must have been quite the 6 year old to trick people into thinking you were 12. There's quite a lot of comedy in that there situation.

Hmm

I smell a CBS sit-com. I think we can put something together that'll run for 5-7 years with solid primetime ratings, yet no one will know anyone who actually watches it. It'll air right after 2 Broke Girls. Essentially an hour of ghost town TV.
I'm so sorry that I have to be the one to break this to you, but 2 Broke Girls got cancelled. RIP The Golden Age of Television.

and we had mixed ages classrooms in my first year of middle school as some sort of early-era "No Child Left Behind" experiment. That was weird was hell. Everyone was positive I was almost a highschooler. No, srs I'm 10 leave me alone I don't like girls yet.

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#43

Post by sebby » October 12th, 2017, 8:00 am

funkybusiness on Oct 12 2017, 01:53:26 AM wrote:
sebby on Oct 12 2017, 01:49:58 AM wrote:
funkybusiness on Oct 12 2017, 01:38:35 AM wrote:people used to think I was 3-6 years older than I ever actually was growing up
You must have been quite the 6 year old to trick people into thinking you were 12. There's quite a lot of comedy in that there situation.

Hmm

I smell a CBS sit-com. I think we can put something together that'll run for 5-7 years with solid primetime ratings, yet no one will know anyone who actually watches it. It'll air right after 2 Broke Girls. Essentially an hour of ghost town TV.
I'm so sorry that I have to be the one to break this to you, but 2 Broke Girls got cancelled. RIP The Golden Age of Television.

and we had mixed ages classrooms in my first year of middle school as some sort of early-era "No Child Left Behind" experiment. That was weird was hell. Everyone was positive I was almost a highschooler. No, srs I'm 10 leave me alone I don't like girls yet.
Can a show be canceled if it didn't really exist?

I used to pretend I didn't like girls as a 12-14 year old to deal with the fact that they were so elusive to me. Now I do the same thing, only with money and abs that don't give like soft dough when you poke 'em.

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Post by funkybusiness » October 12th, 2017, 8:10 am

sebby on Oct 12 2017, 02:00:22 AM wrote:Can a show be canceled if it didn't really exist?

I used to pretend I didn't like girls as a 12-14 year old to deal with the fact that they were so elusive to me. Now I do the same thing, only with money and abs that don't give like soft dough when you poke 'em.
If there is a single reason for internet dictatorship, it'd be to see it scrub itself clean of any information regarding 2 Broke Girls and gaslight everyone into believing it never actually existed. "That lady who is terrible in the Thor films and some blonde are awful and annoying and rich but pretend to be poor? I could've sworn it was on for like 6 years? Nope, no wikipedia page, no youtube videos, nothing on TPB, tv guide's website (which actually exists) doesn't have anything." the sensation your brain would make has gotta be awful. People who watched it would break into cold sweaty anxiety attacks every time they heard that Peter Bjorn and John song BAM BAM BAM in a Bud Light commercial. (that was a terrible song to begin with and then to hear it every time a commercial would come on for either of those things, uggh)


I'm trying to follow this. so you have hella money and anti-soft abs, to make girls elusive to you. got it. :thumbsup:

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Post by sebby » October 12th, 2017, 8:24 am

Almost, I have negative dollars and the abs of a young Jerry O'Connell. And yet somehow, occasionally, there's a girlfriend.

But yeah, we can definitely Mandela Effect 2 Broke Girls. I'm down.

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Post by funkybusiness » October 12th, 2017, 8:30 am

every time I see the phrase "Mandela Effect" there's always a brief moment where I think "what does this have to do with mandalas?"

anyway, back to your regularly scheduled programming. (you all have been missing out on my innate ability to drive any discussion off topic)

edit: you know who else has negative dollars? Kanye West. he told me so. and by me I mean everyone on twitter. stay positive, buddy, and you'll be livin' the Kardashian dream.
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Post by te18 » October 19th, 2017, 1:14 am

2. Judge (1991) 4/10
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1. Immortal Sins (1991) 4/10
2. Judge (1991) 4/10

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Post by maxwelldeux » October 19th, 2017, 7:13 am

2.1. Vincent (1982)

[It's a Tim Burton short - do I count this as its own check for this unofficial challenge, or do I need to apply the 40/60 shorts rule?)
1982, The Pinnacle of Human EvolutionShow
1. The Slumber Party Massacre
2. Fanny and Alexander
2.1. Vincent (1982)
Also (apologies for OCD manifesting), would it be possible to sort the table in the first post by any of the three columns? I don't care how, but any ordering would please me...

Yes, I know I'm being whiny - I'm OK with the answer "no." I just had to ask.
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Post by albajos » October 19th, 2017, 8:14 am

maxwelldeux on Oct 19 2017, 01:13:05 AM wrote:3. Vincent (1982)
40 (sometimes 45)/60 on all open challenges

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Post by maxwelldeux » October 19th, 2017, 9:01 am

albajos on Oct 19 2017, 02:14:14 AM wrote:
maxwelldeux on Oct 19 2017, 01:13:05 AM wrote:3. Vincent (1982)
40 (sometimes 45)/60 on all open challenges
Got it - thank you. I edited my prior post accordingly. :thumbsup:

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Post by sebby » October 20th, 2017, 5:51 am

05. Friday the 13th Part IV: The Final Chapter (Release date: April 13, 1984) - 6/10

One of the better F13 flicks.
Films of the Year 1984; Challenge!Show
01. Next of Kin (Release date: November 30, 1984) - 7/10
02. Perfect Strangers (Release date: November 1984) - 4.5/10
03. George Carlin: Carlin on Campus (Release date: Sometime in 1984) - 6/10
04. The Company of Wolves (Release date: July 1984) - 7/10
05. Friday the 13th Part IV: The Final Chapter (Release date: April 13, 1984) - 6/10

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Post by albajos » October 25th, 2017, 2:31 pm

02. The Incredible Torture Show
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02. The Incredible Torture Show
01. Silent Movie
!seen 2
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Post by sebby » October 26th, 2017, 8:19 am

[font=courier]06. Firestarter (Release date: May 11, 1984) - 4/10

I felt so bad for George C. Scott while watching this.

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Films of the Year 1984; Challenge!Show
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01. Next of Kin (Release date: November 30, 1984) - 7/10
02. Perfect Strangers (Release date: November 1984) - 4.5/10
03. George Carlin: Carlin on Campus (Release date: Sometime in 1984) - 6/10
04. The Company of Wolves (Release date: July 1984) - 7/10
05. Friday the 13th Part IV: The Final Chapter (Release date: April 13, 1984) - 6/10
06. Firestarter (Release date: May 11, 1984) - 4/10
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Post by burneyfan » October 29th, 2017, 6:13 pm

02. Les ordres a.k.a. Orderers -- Brault, 1974

Really great film that should be required viewing for Americans living in today's political climate, as well as just about everybody else. It details the Canadian October Crisis of 1970 in a semi-documentary fashion, when a War Measures Act was put into place that could -- and did -- arrest and detain people that were considered "suspicious" of supporting the Quebec Liberation Front. The material is taken from interviews with the detainees, and once the film gets going, it is full of taut suspense (even if you know your history) and chilling interactions. One of my favorite Canadian films to date; highly recommended.
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01. Sweet Movie -- Makavejev, 1974

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Post by Mario Gaborović » October 29th, 2017, 6:38 pm

funkybusiness on Oct 12 2017, 01:38:35 AM wrote:I've been told that I look 28 or 29 since I was 25. I suppose it's nice to not age in the face for 8 years. But oh, have I aged in other ways. Ooof my back, get off my lawn you damn dirty kids, turn that music down, etc.

I balance it all out by being as emotionally immature as possible <_< people used to think I was 3-6 years older than I ever actually was growing up but now people think I'm 3-6 years younger which is very odd. When will I ever crack even? I've probably passed that point already.
Well I'm still not sure if 1) Angel Glez is male or female, 2) if monty is truly elderly man as he claims (what does that mean, anyway? elderly could be 45 or 95), and 3) how on Earth jvv, who's 54 and female, grew up to become a hardcore internet cinephile forumer when we all know ladies become nagging dumbfucks who just water flowerpots, make jelly and take care everything in the household is in order? Answer me that, abovementioned guys. :circle:

I was sometimes teased for looking way too younger, but it turned out to be a benefit later as other males begun balding and letting their fat, greasy, ever-expanding stomachs on exposure... neither of which struck me yet (actually I still drill additional holes in my belt to prevent trousers coming down, and I'm 35). So up yours, arseholes. :party:
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Post by jvv » October 29th, 2017, 9:11 pm

Mario Gaborović on Oct 29 2017, 12:38:50 PM wrote:3) how on Earth jvv, who's 54 and female, grew up to become a hardcore internet cinephile forumer when we all know ladies become nagging dumbfucks who just water flowerpots, make jelly and take care everything in the household is in order? Answer me that, abovementioned guys. :circle:
I've never been a good fit for gender stereotypes. :D
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Post by burneyfan » November 4th, 2017, 5:52 pm

03. Earthquake -- Robson, 1974

One of those bloated, star-studded disaster movies like The Poseidon Adventure or The Towering Inferno. This one's got Charlton Heston bickering with Ava Gardner and falling for Genevieve Bujold. Lots of other famous names in this turgid sprawl; the only one that's even slightly fun is a cameo appearance by Walter Matthau that is unbilled in the opening credits and uses his rumored last name of Matuschanskayasky at the end. It's on the box office list, but not worth much effort to see.
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01. Sweet Movie -- Makavejev, 1974
02. Les ordres a.k.a. Orderers -- Brault, 1974
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Post by albajos » November 12th, 2017, 3:31 pm

03. Freaky Friday
04. The Message
05. The Sell Out
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03. Freaky Friday
02. The Incredible Torture Show
04. The Message
05. The Sell Out
01. Silent Movie rewatch

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Blind makker, Classe mista, Hjerter er trumf, Hopla på sengekanten, I Løvens tegn, Olsenbanden for full musikk, Piger i trøjen 2, Salon Kitty

Possibel rewatches
Bør Børson II, Carrie, Julefrokosten, Lasse & Geir, Logan's Run, The Omen, The Pom Pom Girls, Reisen til julestjernen, Rocky, Stay Hungry
!seen 5
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Post by Nathan Treadway » November 17th, 2017, 3:35 pm

So, my first post was September 28th, and I'll use that as my starting point. None of these films I saw because of the year they were made (I don't think I've ever used that as a criteria).

1. He Makes Me Feel Like Dancin' Oscar winner for Best Documentary. Bet you can't guess what it's about. ;)
2. So Is This Utterly trivial Michael Snow film. If you haven't gotten around to seeing it yet, don't. (Most around here probably will, as it's a short film on the 500<400.)
3. Careful, He Might Hear You Yeah.. This isn't looking like a promising challenge.
4. In the White City Looking for World Cup films. This probably isn't going to make the cut, if I get past the first round.
5. Fantasy Mission Force Fun, crazy, but, that's about it.
6. Alsino and the Condor Little seen Academy Award nominated Foreign Language film.
7.Job's Revolt See #6. The only one I've marked as a favorite.
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Post by te18 » November 19th, 2017, 11:37 am

3. Point Break (1991) 6/10
4. Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College (1991) 2/10
5. The Killing Zone (1991) 6/10
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1. Immortal Sins (1991) 4/10
2. Judge (1991) 4/10
3. Point Break (1991) 6/10
4. Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College (1991) 2/10
5. The Killing Zone (1991) 6/10

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Post by albajos » November 26th, 2017, 1:14 pm

06. Sherlock Holmes in New York
07. The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane - This should be my favorite movie. It's about a girl that has a birthday on Halloween, made in 1976. I'm born on Halloween 1976
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03. Freaky Friday
02. The Incredible Torture Show
07. The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane
04. The Message
05. The Sell Out
06. Sherlock Holmes in New York
01. Silent Movie rewatch

Possible checks
Blind makker, Classe mista, Hjerter er trumf, Hopla på sengekanten, I Løvens tegn, Olsenbanden for full musikk, Piger i trøjen 2, Salon Kitty

Possibel rewatches
Bør Børson II, Carrie, Julefrokosten, Lasse & Geir, Logan's Run, The Omen, The Pom Pom Girls, Reisen til julestjernen, Rocky, Stay Hungry
!seen 7
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Post by sebby » November 26th, 2017, 10:46 pm

[font=courier]07. Comfort and Joy (Release date: October 10, 1984) - 5/10

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Films of the Year 1984; Challenge!Show
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01. Next of Kin (Release date: November 30, 1984) - 7/10
02. Perfect Strangers (Release date: November 1984) - 4.5/10
03. George Carlin: Carlin on Campus (Release date: Sometime in 1984) - 6/10
04. The Company of Wolves (Release date: July 1984) - 7/10
05. Friday the 13th Part IV: The Final Chapter (Release date: April 13, 1984) - 6/10
06. Firestarter (Release date: May 11, 1984) - 4/10
07. Comfort and Joy (Release date: October 10, 1984) - 5/10
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Post by burneyfan » November 28th, 2017, 11:57 pm

04. Humain, trop humain -- Malle, 1974
05. Place de la République -- Malle, 1974

Two Louis Malle documentaries; the first focuses on a French automobile factory and car show, and the second interviews random people around the Place de la République.
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01. Sweet Movie -- Makavejev, 1974
02. Les ordres a.k.a. Orderers -- Brault, 1974
03. Earthquake -- Robson, 1974

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Post by burneyfan » December 1st, 2017, 5:43 am

06. The Nickel Ride -- Mulligan, 1974

Gritty crime film. Jason Miller stars as a key-man (for the mob's warehouses) who gets into hot water; Linda Haynes is pretty good as Miller's girlfriend.
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01. Sweet Movie -- Makavejev, 1974
02. Les ordres a.k.a. Orderers -- Brault, 1974
03. Earthquake -- Robson, 1974
04. Humain, trop humain -- Malle, 1974
05. Place de la République -- Malle, 1974

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Post by maxwelldeux » December 9th, 2017, 9:02 pm

3. The Atomic Café (1982)
4. Koyaanisqatsi (1982)

Apparently, my birth spawned a rash of plotless yet powerful documentaries...
1982, The Pinnacle of Human EvolutionShow
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2. Fanny and Alexander
2.1. Vincent (1982) [6min]
3. The Atomic Café (1982)
4. Koyaanisqatsi (1982)

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Post by 72allinncallme » December 11th, 2017, 10:46 pm

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1. They Live (1988)
2. Une histoire de vent.

Any recs from 1988?
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Post by maxwelldeux » January 11th, 2018, 11:03 am

5. Mazes and Monsters (1982)

@72a: Beetlejuice (1988) - Totally campy and fun. Plus it counts for the Sci-Fi/Fantasy challenge.
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2. Fanny and Alexander
2.1. Vincent (1982) [6min]
3. The Atomic Café (1982)
4. Koyaanisqatsi (1982)
5. Mazes and Monsters (1982)

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Post by nimimerkillinen » January 11th, 2018, 11:48 am

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1988
1. Married to the Mob - entertaining enough tho not recommended
2. Working Girl

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Post by 72allinncallme » January 11th, 2018, 1:14 pm

maxwelldeux on Jan 11 2018, 04:03:36 AM wrote:@72a: Beetlejuice (1988) - Totally campy and fun. Plus it counts for the Sci-Fi/Fantasy challenge.
1982, The Pinnacle of Human EvolutionShow
1. The Slumber Party Massacre
2. Fanny and Alexander
2.1. Vincent (1982) [6min]
3. The Atomic Café (1982)
4. Koyaanisqatsi (1982)
5. Mazes and Monsters (1982)
Hmm, this month watchlist keeps getting longer and longer. Not a big fan of Burton, but maybe I’ll take a look if I find the time...

3. Hôtel Terminus (1988)
Decent, but lenghty documentary about Klaus Barbie.

4. Kholodnoe leto pyatdesyat tretego (1988)
WC-film.
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1. They Live (1988)
2. Une histoire de vent (1988)
3. Hôtel Terminus (1988)
4. Kholodnoe leto pyatdesyat tretego (1988)

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Post by burneyfan » January 24th, 2018, 11:47 pm

07. Gavaznha a.k.a. The Deer -- Kimiai, 1974

A pleasure to watch this Iranian film in Round One of the World Cup.

08. Sandakan hachibanshokan bohkyo a.k.a. Sandakan 8 -- Kumai, 1974

Story of a poor Japanese village girl who works in foreign brothels; there are some very good performances here, but the pacing can be spotty.

09. Huckleberry Finn -- Thompson, 1974

I was dreading this musical version of the Mark Twain novel, but it turned out to be more bearable than I expected. Not great -- just not the miserable chore I'd feared.
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01. Sweet Movie -- Makavejev, 1974
02. Les ordres a.k.a. Orderers -- Brault, 1974
03. Earthquake -- Robson, 1974
04. Humain, trop humain -- Malle, 1974
05. Place de la République -- Malle, 1974
06. The Nickel Ride -- Mulligan, 1974

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Post by maxwelldeux » March 10th, 2018, 9:09 pm

I haven't posted here in a while... and poor 1982 just isn't getting much love. But here's one I watched a couple months ago, and one from last night:

6. The Year of Living Dangerously (1982)
7. The Secret of NIMH (1982)
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1. The Slumber Party Massacre
2. Fanny and Alexander
2.1. Vincent (1982) [6min]
3. The Atomic Café (1982)
4. Koyaanisqatsi (1982)
5. Mazes and Monsters (1982)
6. The Year of Living Dangerously (1982)
7. The Secret of NIMH (1982)

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Post by sol » March 11th, 2018, 4:08 am

Keep forgetting about this challenge. Only remembered due to the bump above. Obviously, I'm not really trying. :think:
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1. Troll (1986)
2. Extremities (1986)
3. Ruthless People (1986)
4. Dogs in Space (1986)

Rewatched Ruthless People in November last year. It's a great one. Watched Dogs in Space in January. It is by far and away the worst film that I have seen so far this year. :/
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Post by maxwelldeux » March 18th, 2018, 5:53 pm

8. Diner (1982)
9. The Last Unicorn (1982)
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1. The Slumber Party Massacre
2. Fanny and Alexander
2.1. Vincent (1982) [6min]
3. The Atomic Café (1982)
4. Koyaanisqatsi (1982)
5. Mazes and Monsters (1982)
6. The Year of Living Dangerously (1982)
7. The Secret of NIMH (1982)
8. Diner (1982)
9. The Last Unicorn (1982)

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Post by burneyfan » May 8th, 2018, 6:42 pm

10. Vincent, François, Paul... et les autres a.k.a. Vincent, François, Paul and the Others -- Sautet, 1974

Nice ensemble piece. Not my favorite Sautet, but not bad.

11. The Gambler -- Reisz, 1974

Really good script by James Toback and very strong performances (and I'm not usually much of a James Caan fan).
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01. Sweet Movie -- Makavejev, 1974
02. Les ordres a.k.a. Orderers -- Brault, 1974
03. Earthquake -- Robson, 1974
04. Humain, trop humain -- Malle, 1974
05. Place de la République -- Malle, 1974
06. The Nickel Ride -- Mulligan, 1974
07. Gavaznha a.k.a. The Deer -- Kimiai, 1974
08. Sandakan hachibanshokan bohkyo a.k.a. Sandakan 8 -- Kumai, 1974
09. Huckleberry Finn -- Thompson, 1974

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Post by maxwelldeux » May 18th, 2018, 1:45 am

10. Identification of a Woman (1982)
1982, The Pinnacle of Human EvolutionShow
1. The Slumber Party Massacre
2. Fanny and Alexander
2.1. Vincent (1982) [6min]
3. The Atomic Café (1982)
4. Koyaanisqatsi (1982)
5. Mazes and Monsters (1982)
6. The Year of Living Dangerously (1982)
7. The Secret of NIMH (1982)
8. Diner (1982)
9. The Last Unicorn (1982)
10. Identification of a Woman (1982)

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Post by peeptoad » June 1st, 2018, 5:47 pm

I'll try this, though I think I've seen all the "best" films from my birth year already. ;)

1. Blood Thirst (1971) 4

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Post by maxwelldeux » June 11th, 2018, 3:53 pm

11. The Draughtsman's Contract (1982)
12. Fitzcarraldo (1982)
13. Burden of Dreams (1982)
14. Gandhi (1982)
15. Forbidden World (1982)
1982, The Pinnacle of Human EvolutionShow
1. The Slumber Party Massacre
2. Fanny and Alexander
2.1. Vincent (1982) [6min]
3. The Atomic Café (1982)
4. Koyaanisqatsi (1982)
5. Mazes and Monsters (1982)
6. The Year of Living Dangerously (1982)
7. The Secret of NIMH (1982)
8. Diner (1982)
9. The Last Unicorn (1982)
10. Identification of a Woman (1982)
11. The Draughtsman's Contract (1982)
12. Fitzcarraldo (1982)
13. Burden of Dreams (1982)
14. Gandhi (1982)
15. Forbidden World (1982)

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Post by sol » June 30th, 2018, 5:14 am

Still keep forgetting about this challenge. Obviously, I'm still not really trying. :think:
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1. Troll (1986)
2. Extremities (1986)
3. Ruthless People (1986)
4. Dogs in Space (1986)
5. Killer Party (1986)
6. TerrorVision (1986)
7. The Trouble with Dick (1986)
8. Down and Out in America (1986)
9. Trick or Treat (1986)
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Post by sol » July 15th, 2018, 2:41 am

Not that sebby is going to update the leader board any time soon. :huh:

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1. Troll (1986)
2. Extremities (1986)
3. Ruthless People (1986)
4. Dogs in Space (1986)
5. Killer Party (1986)
6. TerrorVision (1986)
7. The Trouble with Dick (1986)
8. Down and Out in America (1986)
9. Trick or Treat (1986)
10. The Singing Detective: Ep. 1 (1986)
11. The Singing Detective: Ep. 2 (1986)
12. The Singing Detective: Ep. 3 (1986)
13. The Singing Detective: Ep. 4 (1986)
14. The Singing Detective: Ep. 5 (1986)
15. The Singing Detective: Ep. 6 (1986)
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Post by albajos » August 22nd, 2018, 12:14 pm

08. Olsenbanden for full musikk

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03. Freaky Friday
02. The Incredible Torture Show
07. The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane
04. The Message
08. Olsenbanden for full musikk
05. The Sell Out
06. Sherlock Holmes in New York
01. Silent Movie rewatch

Possible checks
Blind makker, Classe mista, Hjerter er trumf, Hopla på sengekanten, I Løvens tegn, Piger i trøjen 2, Salon Kitty

Possibel rewatches
Bør Børson II, Carrie, Julefrokosten, Lasse & Geir, Logan's Run, The Omen, The Pom Pom Girls, Reisen til julestjernen, Rocky, Stay Hungry

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