Post only the best of the seventh art, SW kiddies and memesters may not apply
what masterpiece have you latest experienced, friends?
What did you guys think of this film?
I thought it was pretty great, but I was really confused by the ending. It seemed pretty random. What was the point of the ending?
Your thoughts on the greatest kino of this century?
What's your favorite Ozu film?
Late Spring and Tokyo Story are both incredible but I found Early Summer the easiest to watch because it's much less heavy handed.
Grimdark samurai film oozing with bleak atmosphere and it's great.
Essential viewing for those who enjoy Japanese New Wave.
the memes are in my first short. they lead my character to revolt and protest the state of things.
A dark satire about how people fail to communicate and about german zeitgeist in general.
Style wise it's a bit like Lynch meets Wes Anderson meets P.T. Anderson.
Watched this yesterday, what a beautiful masterpiece. Chris Marker was a genius.
What does /tv/ think about Festen (and the Dogme 95 movement in general)? I tried making a thread about it but it got like three replies and 404'd
The Man Who Sleeps (1971)
It was on essential r9k movies list and I was surprised, it was very well shot for such a minor French movie. Its like if Last Year at Marienbad was about an autistic neet from the 60s
I was a fan of that movement back in the 90s. It had a certain punk appeal and it really brought some unique movies into life. The concept seems a bit outdated these days but I appreciate every move that still focuses more on the characters and an original story rather than a polished set design and cinematography.
Saw the new restoration of this on the big screen last night.
Best shakespeare adaptation ever, and one of the better moviegoing experiences of my life.
It isn't as good as it should have been but I'll post here when it's finished. The sound is shit and I can't afford color correction at the moment. The feature I want to do based on Elliot Rodgers is going to use 4chan in a more fluid and better way, I'm excited. I have a lot of other projects ahead though so we'll see...
film VS cinema VS movie is real
kino, flick, joint, etc were added by those made insecure about the differences
Its like when "fedoracore" first showed up on this board and then those that fell under it spammed it for everything
OFFICIAL AND OBJECTIVE LIST COMING THROUGH
1. Shining (Kubrick, 1980)
2. 一代宗師 / 一代宗师 (Kar-Wai, 2013)
3. L'inhumaine (L'herbier, 1924)
4. [달은 해가 꾼는 꿈] 예고편 (Park, 1992)
5. بادکنک سفيد (Panahi, 1995)
1. The Godfather, Part III (F. Coppola, 1990)
2. Á bout de souffle (Godard, 1960)
3. And a Little Kid Shall Lead Them (Griffith, 1909)
4. Kindsköpfe (Dugan, 2010)
5. Fear & Desire (Kubrick, 1953)
1. Höstsonaten (Bergman, 1978)
2. Hets (Sjöberg, 1944)
3. The Birth of a Nation (Griffith, 1915)
4. 十二生肖 (Chan, 2012)
5. IIIIIIIIIIIIIII1891091718191611€€€€&-@ (Sandler, 2016)
1. Mogambo (Ford, 1953)
2. Lost River (Gosling, 2014)
3. ¿Quién me quiere a mí? (Sáenz de Heredia/ Buñuel, 1936)
4. Eyes Wide Shut (Kubrick, 1999)
5. Der Student von Prag (Rye/ Wegener, 1913)
1. Berlin — Die Sinfonie der Großstadt (Ruttman, 1927)
2. Pauvre Pierrot (Reynaud, 1892)
3. Mauvais Garçons (1995, Bay)
4. Avatar (Cameron, 2009)
5. 劇場版ポケットモンスター ミュウツーの逆襲 (Yuyama, 1998)
1. Interstellar (Nolan, 2014)
2. L'ascension du chevalier noir (Nolan, 2012)
3. 01010101 01101110 00100000 01000011 01101000 01101001 01100101 01101110 00100000 01000001 01101110 01100100 01100001 01101100 01101111 01110101 (1928, Luis Buñuel)