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A Bucket Full of Cinema
List creator: zch2a
Created on: November 13, 2005 - 5:52 PM PST
Description: a kid catches up on all he missed...

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8 1/2 (Criterion Collection) (1963)
  Ok... You all know it, but it was one of my firsts. The parents talked of the Felinni-esque folk in Krogers at 2 in the morning and I just had to see what they meant.
Badlands (Criterion) (1973)
  Much better than true romance... I bought this film out of a discount bin for super cheap. Malick's tedious composition and beautiful narrative style rocked my world.
Stardust Memories (1980)
  Allen's 8 1/2. Deserves more attention. It's a fantastic little film. A doozy.
Barton Fink (1991)
  One hell of a film...
Miller's Crossing (1990)
  Yeah, I get 2 Coen Brothers... cause there's two of them. One of the best gangster movies ever.
Alphaville (Criterion Collection) (1965)
Not Rated
  My first Godard. Double-billed rental with Elephant. It was a pivotal moment.
Nashville (1975)
  Saw this one recently and asked... "where have you been all my life?"
Taxi Driver (1976)
  Scorcese and Schrader tore me a new one. I stared mouth agape at the beautiful mess unfolding.
The Adventures of Antoine Doinel: The 400 Blows / Antoine and Colette (Criterion Collection) (1959)
  We all wish we could say we had a childhood like this, but Antoine's will suffice.
Hiroshima Mon Amour (Criterion Collection) (1959)
Not Rated
  lyricism at it's height. A mess of a film that eeks out a beautiful narrative.
The Shining (1980)
  Painstaking, marvelous, insanity.
Down by Law (Criterion Collection) (1986)
  I sat back and watched the film, stood up and smoked, but it didn't cure my hiccups.
The Thing (1982)
  John Carpenter is a beautiful human being.
Rushmore (Criterion Collection) (1998)
  One of my intros to film as something more... Line for Line, song by song, one of the most curiously charming films I've seen.
Apocalypse Now (1979)
  The first film I bought on DVD. What the hell was I getting myself into?
Do the Right Thing (Criterion Collection) (1989)
  Spike spoke at my school, but I felt he was restraining or growing more conservative in his old age. Social tension's conflicting ideals.
The Kingdom (Disc 1 of 2) (1994)
  Lars von Trier does TV. Interesting... Whenever Udo Kier pops up (or out in this case) it's always a treat.
George Washington (Criterion Collection) (2000)
  Ok... it's terrence malick, but it's also a great film.
The Decalogue (Disc 1 of 3) (1988)
  Another great TV series from a master filmmaker... You ought to see this at some point, it's worth every second.
My Own Private Idaho (Criterion Collection) (1991)
  I've still got some catching up to do... 3 years of cinephilia and I'm to this one and I loved it.
Branded to Kill (Criterion Collection) (1967)
  Suzuki is a maniac.
The Qatsi Trilogy (Criterion) (Disc 1 of 3): Koyaanisqatsi - Life Out of Balance (1982)
Not Rated
  Beautiful looking, beautiful sounding.
Decasia: The State of Decay (2002)
Not Rated
  Beautiful sounding, visually confounding.
Straw Dogs (Criterion Collection) (1971)
  Calm down... it'll be okay.
M (Criterion Collection) (Special Edition) (1931)
Not Rated
  I can hardly imagine Peter Lorre any other way... one of the most sympathetic psychos of all time.
Casablanca (Special Edition) (1942)
  Rick... I'm a child murderer...
Duck Soup (The Marx Brothers Silver Screen Collection) (1933)
Not Rated
  It's a sad and beautiful world... and then there was the Marx Brothers.

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