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Postby algroth » 28 May 2017, 20:44

Samoan wrote:I'm quite surprised Days Of Heaven is so low placed, it's so incredibly bewitching and mesmerising.

I knew Davey was a Malick fan with votes also from driftin (1) and joels344 with a whopping (8).


It actually missed the list altogether last time, but I would agree. It's my favorite from Malick so far.

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Postby algroth » 28 May 2017, 20:44

KATANGA MY FRIEND! wrote:Oh, we're going to get fucking Spinal Tap in the top bastard ten again, aren't we? :evil: :evil:


Maybe? Maybe not? Maybe it's not even in the top 100? Stay tuned to find out! :lol:

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Postby Darkness_Fish » 28 May 2017, 20:59

A Hard Days' Night? For fuck's sake, get a fucking life.
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Postby martha » 28 May 2017, 21:25

Darkness_Fish wrote:A Hard Days' Night? For fuck's sake, get a fucking life.


I know, right?

Beatles fans! Sheesh.
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Postby algroth » 28 May 2017, 21:38

martha wrote:A Hard Day's Night (1964)
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Postby Goat Boy » 28 May 2017, 22:28

martha wrote:
Darkness_Fish wrote:A Hard Days' Night? For fuck's sake, get a fucking life.


I know, right?

Beatles fans! Sheesh.



It's a real time capsule movie, capturing the innocence and optimism of the early 60s in wonderful black and white.

It's great.
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Postby The Write Profile » 29 May 2017, 00:04

Goat Boy wrote:
martha wrote:
Darkness_Fish wrote:A Hard Days' Night? For fuck's sake, get a fucking life.


I know, right?

Beatles fans! Sheesh.



It's a real time capsule movie, capturing the innocence and optimism of the early 60s in wonderful black and white.

It's great.


Absolutely, there's just so much energy- from the French New Wave influenced jump-cutting to the self-effacing and surprisingly sharp performances and script, and finally, the utterly joyous soundtrack (it is the Bloody Beatles after all) that make it all of a piece. It's a film packed with great "moments" right from the opening credits.
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The Write Profile wrote:
Goat Boy wrote:
It's a real time capsule movie, capturing the innocence and optimism of the early 60s in wonderful black and white.

It's great.


Absolutely, there's just so much energy- from the French New Wave influenced jump-cutting to the self-effacing and surprisingly sharp performances and script, and finally, the utterly joyous soundtrack (it is the Bloody Beatles after all) that make it all of a piece. It's a film packed with great "moments" right from the opening credits.

Exactly.

Darkness_Fish wrote:A Hard Days' Night? For fuck's sake, get a fucking life.


You're right, sorry; i should have picked Clock DVA's eternal movie, A Hard Experimental Day's Shite.
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Postby algroth » 29 May 2017, 02:16

fange wrote:
Darkness_Fish wrote:A Hard Days' Night? For fuck's sake, get a fucking life.


You're right, sorry; i should have picked Clock DVA's eternal movie, A Hard Experimental Day's Shite.


I'd pay good money to see that! :)

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Postby fange » 29 May 2017, 02:22

algroth wrote:
KATANGA MY FRIEND! wrote:Oh, we're going to get fucking Spinal Tap in the top bastard ten again, aren't we? :evil: :evil:


Maybe? Maybe not? Maybe it's not even in the top 100? Stay tuned to find out! :lol:


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Postby Copehead » 29 May 2017, 04:29

Goat Boy wrote:It was made in 1993


If you can remember the 90s you weren't there man

But thinking about it I don't think I even had access to a VHS until about 1989 so that makes sense. In fact I can remember watching it in the flat I moved into in 1992 and so that makes even more sense
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Postby Dor-Relip Hotels and Bathings » 29 May 2017, 08:40

fange wrote:
Darkness_Fish wrote:A Hard Days' Night? For fuck's sake, get a fucking life.


You're right, sorry; i should have picked Clock DVA's eternal movie, A Hard Experimental Day's Shite.


:lol:
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Who needs a time capsule when you've got this site?
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Postby martha » 29 May 2017, 23:56

algroth wrote:
fange wrote:
Darkness_Fish wrote:A Hard Days' Night? For fuck's sake, get a fucking life.


You're right, sorry; i should have picked Clock DVA's eternal movie, A Hard Experimental Day's Shite.


I'd pay good money to see that! :)


Me too.

Sheesh. Beatles fans are so touchy. :D
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Postby martha » 30 May 2017, 00:11

Goat Boy wrote:
martha wrote:
Darkness_Fish wrote:A Hard Days' Night? For fuck's sake, get a fucking life.


I know, right?

Beatles fans! Sheesh.



It's a real time capsule movie, capturing the innocence and optimism of the early 60s in wonderful black and white.

It's great.


I don't hate it. De gustabus and all that...it's a perfectly fine little Beatlesmania spoof with homage to the Running, Jumping, and Standing Still film and without it we probably wouldn't have had the Monkees, which I did enjoy as a kid, so there's that. If you're a Beatles fan, I'm sure it's meaningful or has some significance to you, but I don't have any reverence for the Beatles or the film. And as I didn't exist in that era, naturally I don't have any sense of nostalgia for that age. To me it's just fluff, but to each their own. I'm certain there will be films that are far more dubious on this list.
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Postby algroth » 30 May 2017, 02:05

New batch up! With these we complete the first quarter of the list. I have yet to score a single one. Image Image Image But I like this batch. Persona was close to making my list, probably my favorite of the lot so far.

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Postby Davey the Fat Boy » 30 May 2017, 03:08

How did I forget to vote for Persona?!!
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Darkness_Fish wrote:Who needs a time capsule when you've got this site?

Well, lucky we've got you D_F; i'm sure you didn't pick any dusty old film crap from the '60s or before, right?
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Postby Goat Boy » 30 May 2017, 08:43

martha wrote:
Goat Boy wrote:
martha wrote:
I know, right?

Beatles fans! Sheesh.



It's a real time capsule movie, capturing the innocence and optimism of the early 60s in wonderful black and white.

It's great.


I don't hate it. De gustabus and all that...it's a perfectly fine little Beatlesmania spoof with homage to the Running, Jumping, and Standing Still film and without it we probably wouldn't have had the Monkees, which I did enjoy as a kid, so there's that. If you're a Beatles fan, I'm sure it's meaningful or has some significance to you, but I don't have any reverence for the Beatles or the film. And as I didn't exist in that era, naturally I don't have any sense of nostalgia for that age. To me it's just fluff, but to each their own. I'm certain there will be films that are far more dubious on this list.


Yeah I get that. If that period and their music means little to you then it probably does seem like fluff but for those who grew up then and for those, like me, who weren't around but see that period as a peak in popular culture it represents something greater and more significant than just fluff. Plus it's funny and full of charm and it looks gorgeous. I think it's not just for Beatle nuts, you know?
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Postby fange » 30 May 2017, 08:55

^
That's right. It meant a lot to me and still does; watching the opening few minutes for examples still gives me a thrill the way it did when i was a kid, while i also get a lot more as an adult from it too.
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