reply to post by havok
ExistenZ is a great film. I think it was overshadowed by The Matrix when it came out the same year. If you liked this film, watch Dark City.
reply to post by blupblup
All those definitely deserve to be on the list. Amelie I saw in french class in high school right around the time I started becoming a cinaphile.
Magnolia is the only one I have not seen of your list. I have been told to see it by some friends and will definitely check it out now.
Wanna see a bunch of Japanese children kill each other in a game of last man standing? Me too, watch this film.
I guess if we are going to Japan, we cannot go without mention of this horrifying film. I love how the majority of the film is a lame story that is
meant just to lull the viewer into a state of boredom. Only this state of boredom is quickly destroyed in the last gruesome scenes of the movie. I
love this film, but it is not for the faint of heart.
The Saw films have nothing on this.
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
When I saw this film I was surprised that I completely missed it when it came out. I enjoyed this.
A German film that is an insane retake of the Stanford Prison Experiment. Great story.
A strange film. Dennis Quaid at a much younger age.
I think this is Jude Law's second film listed so far, and Uma Thurmon's second. I think I lost count though.
I saw this years back but I heard they are remaking it with Jude Law(WTF is up with his films roles).
Great film. Spanish subtitles. Great film. Did I mention it was great?
A Very Long Engagement
French language and a very good film to watch and has a bit for everyone. War and romance are big themes. I watched this with an ex-girlfriend on our
third date (or so) and the night ended in..... well.... you know.
The best film with Jean-Claude Van Damme. He plays himself. My favorite moment is the monologue he has toward the end where looks directly into the
camera and speaks directly to the audience. Just great.