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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)
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  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)
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  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)
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  Allen's 8 1/2. Deserves more attention. It's a fantastic little film. A doozy.
Barton Fink (1991)
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  One hell of a film...
Miller's Crossing (1990)
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  Yeah, I get 2 Coen Brothers... cause there's two of them. One of the best gangster movies ever.
Alphaville (Criterion Collection) (1965)
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Not Rated
  My first Godard. Double-billed rental with Elephant. It was a pivotal moment.
Nashville (1975)
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  Saw this one recently and asked... "where have you been all my life?"
Taxi Driver (1976)
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  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)
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  We all wish we could say we had a childhood like this, but Antoine's will suffice.
Hiroshima Mon Amour (Criterion Collection) (1959)
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Not Rated
  lyricism at it's height. A mess of a film that eeks out a beautiful narrative.
The Shining (1980)
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  Painstaking, marvelous, insanity.
Down by Law (Criterion Collection) (1986)
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  I sat back and watched the film, stood up and smoked, but it didn't cure my hiccups.
The Thing (1982)
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  John Carpenter is a beautiful human being.
Rushmore (Criterion Collection) (1998)
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  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)
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  The first film I bought on DVD. What the hell was I getting myself into?
Do the Right Thing (Criterion Collection) (1989)
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  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)
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  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)
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  Ok... it's terrence malick, but it's also a great film.
The Decalogue (Disc 1 of 3) (1988)
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  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)
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  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)
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  Suzuki is a maniac.
The Qatsi Trilogy (Criterion) (Disc 1 of 3): Koyaanisqatsi - Life Out of Balance (1982)
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Not Rated
  Beautiful looking, beautiful sounding.
Decasia: The State of Decay (2002)
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Not Rated
  Beautiful sounding, visually confounding.
Straw Dogs (Criterion Collection) (1971)
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  Calm down... it'll be okay.
M (Criterion Collection) (Special Edition) (1931)
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Not Rated
  I can hardly imagine Peter Lorre any other way... one of the most sympathetic psychos of all time.
Casablanca (Special Edition) (1942)
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  Rick... I'm a child murderer...
Duck Soup (The Marx Brothers Silver Screen Collection) (1933)
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Not Rated
  It's a sad and beautiful world... and then there was the Marx Brothers.

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