2. your favourite film
I didn't even know they made another version of Oldboy, looked it up and its a scene for scene American remake. Why does the US insist on remaking everything in their own way to be able to watch it?
My favourite is Terminator 2,obviously not the most thought provoking films of all time but I always loved it.
Besides Terminator 2,Trainspotting,A Clockwork Orange and the first Godfather film.
The director's cut is great, the hollywood's version not so much
Maybe a cliche choice but I'm a westernboo type of autist and nothing tops this for me. Probably seen it like 30 times. I remember watching it for the first time when I was 6 or 7 at my redneck relatives house on thanksgiving or something, my little head nearly exploded. Just GOAT my dude.
This or Citizen Kane
Das Leben der Anderen (The lives of the others)
Wong Kar-Wai - In The Mood for Love
ugh so surreal !!
I have no favourite, but movies I like to recommend are Rock'n'Rolla and Zatoichi.
>Also, when I was 7 I use to watch the movie "windtalkers" over, and over and over. I don't know why, I just did.
I did the same at 9 with "It"
pretty much any movie from Kubrick but since I have to pick one I guess I'll go with Dr. Strangelove since I love the Cold War era.
Heh, I got a room in my bunker that is a replica of the war room from Dr Strangelove. Love the film, had to do it. Just have the electric wiring and table left to go.
>wir kindern vom banhof zoo (christiane f.)
1. It's A Wonderful Life
2. The Tree of Life
3. La Dolce Vita
4. Pierrot Le Fou
6. Fanny and Alexander
7. The Long Goodbye
8. Before Sunrise
9. Andrei Rublev
10. Rear Window
Production value. Sweden most expensive movie is Arn The Knight Templar. A whopping $20 million.
Mixed swedish and english so most can see it, just don't forget subtitles.