Post by urbanpatrician on Sept 27, 2019 7:15:31 GMT
1. Goodfellas 2. Eniaios (year confusion maybe, but until further information it stays at 1990) 3. Total Recall 4. Dreams 5. Metropolitan 6. Bullet in the Head 7. Tremors 8. Days of Being Wild 9. Life is Sweet
10. UNDECIDED between....
Wild at Heart Die Hard 2 Arachnophobia Darkman Ju Dou
Probably slightly go with Wild at Heart, though not sure. #1 and 2 are above the others, objectively speaking. Then #3-8 somewhat more even level. Rate an 8-8.5 (maybe Total Recall a 9). And then the rest is scrambling between a few films I enjoy.
What a year. It's crazy to think how many big name people had their new movies come out in 1990 (whether they ended up great or not): Kurosawa, Coppola, Scorsese, Lynch, Bertolucci, Allen, De Palma, Eastwood, Ritt, Nicholson, Leigh, Kiarostami, the Coens, Beatty, Bogdanovich, Altman, Rohmer, Almodovar, Verhoeven, Lee, Zhang, Nichols...the list goes on. And what do we have now in 2019? Tarantino, Scorsese, Almodovar and...um...Guy Ritchie? (I'm half-kidding, of course, about 2019)
1. Goodfellas 2. Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! 3. A Tale of Springtime 4. Dances with Wolves 5. Total Recall 6. Mo' Better Blues 7. Dreams 8. The Sheltering Sky 9. Wild at Heart 10. Texasville
Post by Film Socialism on Sept 27, 2019 12:04:27 GMT
The Match Factory Girl Wild at Heart Close Up King of New York Sure Fire Nouvelle vague No or the Vain Glory of Command Introduction to the End of an Argument White Hunter, Black Heart Spontaneous Combustion
1. Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer 2. Goodfellas 3. Wild at Heart 4. Frankenhooker 5. Misery 6. King of New York 7. Metropolitan 8. Industrial Symphony No. 1: The Dream of the Brokenhearted 9. The Godfather: Part III 10. It
Post by Tommen_Saperstein on Sept 27, 2019 16:42:27 GMT
as always a work in progress but I'm happy with my 10 right now
1. Goodfellas (Scorsese) 2. Wild at Heart (Lynch) 3. Mr. and Mrs. Bridge (Ivory) 4. Metropolitan (Stillman) 5. An Angel at My Table (Campion) 6. The Exorcist III (Blatty) 7. Edward Scissorhands (Burton) 8. Longtime Companion (René) 9. Mermaids (Benjamin) 10. The Nasty Girl (Verhoeven)
Still have a lot to see, major filmmakers made films this year, but as of now:
Close-Up *** The Grifters Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down ! After Dark, My Sweet King of New York Goodfellas The Hairdresser's Husband The Match Factory Girl Wild at Heart Hardware
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1. Cyrano de Bergerac 2. The Hunt for Red October 3. Millers Crossing 4. State of Grace 5. The Godfather III 6. Come see the Paradise 7. Dances with Wolves 8. Uranus 9. Goodfellas 10. Misery
HM: Korczak, Awakenings, Larks on a String
I really love that film - it's sort of a French "Irishman" in a way - stacked with great actors all playing parts perfect for them, and a very simple story that takes on more weight because of how it's played under a masters direction. I don't think there are many films you can use the word "wise" to describe but that is one of them.
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