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Discussion in 'Personal' started by anon468, Feb 12, 2011.
That's exactly why I couldn't watch it now.
I hate this film with a passion. Stupid teacher leads pupil to suicide and then we're supposed to see him as inspirational? Sod that.
The Elephant Man.
Dead poet's society and Good morning Vietnam, that scene where the cafe is blown up and What a wonderful world is playing, shivers me up every time.xx
Big Fish an amazing film.The lives of Others. Jean de Florette.
Yes the elephant man also! Some excellent films being mentioned here.xx
The same production team did a film from the Rio paramilitary Police point of view called 'Tropa de Elite'. Not pleasant. If bleak foreign nasty brutish gangland movies are your thing, 'Gomorrah' is worth a look.
Films I've seen for the first time this year that have really struck me as being special and/or different are:
Juno, The Boy In Striped Pyjamas, Exam, Lebanon, The Prestige, The Illusionist, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, and Waltz With Bashir.
Is that enough to top up the LoveFilm list?
I love Inside im Dancing. James Mcavoy <3
Magic - I've got a mighty good long list now, thanks!
there is another one but cannot think of the name, grim northern film were a brother comes back into the old neighbour hood and goes after those that 'hurt' his brother
Vera Drake. At least I think that's what it was called.
Get Carter - one of Michael Caine's finest roles (and vastly better than the god-awful Stallone remake
there is get carter is a fab film is not the one in thinking of.
in this the guy has just come back from the army i think, or from prison. The main lead is a Liam Gallagher style guy
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
The Passion of the Christ.
The Da Vinci Code.
(Second some others on here such as Schindler's List and The Elephant Man).
The Killing Fields
Get Carter - what a brilliant film! They knocked the car park down last year, but you can now buy a piece of it as a keepsake:
Fairly obscure sedgehammer film - Apocalypto. Ok, so Mel Gibson is a ***, but this is fine stuff.
I know the film you mean, elfie. Trying to dredge up the name from the depths of my memory.
Dead Man's Shoes? A Shane Meadows film.