All Quiet on the Western Front, the original one. It's a little tedious because it's long and 86 years old but if you've read the book it's worth checking out.
I think you mean subjective. I have watched them both many times. The Master looks much better, I think it is better as a film. The scene where Freddy takes off in the desert always gets me.
TWBB is more fun. I think that's why people like it.
Also, I mean people on here. I'm surprised the contrarian function hasn't fully kicked in on this yet, although I do see a lot of people saying shit like 'Boogie Nights' is PTA's best. Kind of like the Jackie Brown thing I guess.
You are implying that people who attend film school automatically have patrician taste in films.
As for two of the words being from your post, the arrows are technically for quoting, so I don't know what you are complaining about.
I'll take any recs, if you have them.
Fires on the Plain (1959)
Some of those movies aren't actually black and white.
An anon once gave a good tip in a 3x3 thread. He said that you're more likely to get good recs if your 3x3 has some consistency, if it all sticks to a certain theme.
What's the subject for the 3x3 here? I posted my sincerely favorite 9 films.
I suspect some posters here post their 3x3 with intentionally the most /esoteric obscure pure cinemateque/ that they don't even really like that much. I don't really see the point in that.
please gib me recommendations
oh shit son, is that crippled masters in the top center? That's in my top 3 kung fu movies. It has some problems admittedly, but it does many things very very well.
The ending is my favorite part. When the crippled masters team up to defeat the villain and finally kill him, the villain's dead body is still falling through the air when the credits start rolling. The movie literally doesn't even wait for his body to fall to the ground before it ends. It wastes absolutely no fucking time. That's so badass you can't help but jump out of your chair. It gets me every time.
If the top center isn't actually crippled masters......well you should definitely watch crippled masters then.
Looking for more primarily visual & character based movies, I'm really liking what I've seen so far
>it's a /tv/ posts the most pretentious movies and claims they are their favourite episode
Maybe these movies are high up on IMDb because they're good movies. Have you thought of that?
And if you think that The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly is anything lower than the greatest movie of all time then you're an idiot with shit taste.
>It's a "Post obscure screens from obscure movies to look cool on an anonymous imageboard" thread
The Great Dictator is probably my least favorite of the Chaplin movies I've seen.
i really need to make a new one for the new year desu lads
Titus, Dark Eyes, A Field In England
Queen Margot, Barry Lyndon, Network
Come And See, Holy Motors, Baraka
3/3 for Kurosawa. What's top right?
1/1 - Paths of Glory, my favorite Kubrick
3/3 - Love House and Bicycle Thieves
2/2 - Taxi Driver and Ex Machina
roast my ass /tv/
godards 'two or three things i know about her'
ask for what film you want pleb
prince of darkness
doing a scene analysis on BerlinA this week
hey man i'm >>64948900 i can't find that the seventh continent review
anyway can i ask why is Othello in there? Also do you like Akerman a lot? i remember you recommended me Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles in another 3x3 thread and you have news from home in there.
anyways i've always liked your chart 8/8
i knew i recognized your chart, have you changed some of your stills?
thats too bad about the review but if you do ever find it remember to post it lol
do you rank hanake's other films as highly? his work is very under appreciated
yes i love akerman mainly just because among other directors like ozu could benefit from the technique of 'less is more'. also because i went through her filmography at quite a personal time so she's stuck with me ever since.
othello has always been one of my favourites from the 50's mainly because of the expressionistic feel to the film (shown again in the trial) but also because of how confident welles was with directing and making films while being shat on by producers.
it was also such an influential film, it shaped bergmans look for a lot of his films
i also think its the best shakespearean adaption on screen (others would prob be throne of blood and ran)
>have you changed some of your stills?
yeah i got Menace II Society back there again, replaced kobayashi's the inheritance and changed some of the stills to ones i liked more, but that were still recognizable
>do you rank hanake's other films as highly?
I don't think so, i liked most of them, i haven't seen the white ribbon yet. Benny's video and Funny Games are some of the ones i've liked the most, but for me none of them compare to what The Seventh Continent made me feel
I agree with you in the Othello part, it was nice reading that man, thanks
i need to watch the Fritz Lang one in your chart, it just looks amazing, i'm guessing you liked the two parts? i'll try to watch them this weekend
i think haneke is a hit or miss but i would say the piano teacher and the white ribbon are up there for me so i would rec that asap, i think that and 7th cont. are his most uncomfortbale films
i would say i preferred the first part a lot more than the second but i tend to refer to the films as one bigger epic and watch in one, they are amazing
no, didn't meant it to sound snobby like "the book's better" or anything like that, i just thought you might have liked it, it's really good! haven't seen the movie though, can't find it. On another note, i don't know if this is too personal, but do you think about suicide a lot?
idk-people say its cctv camera from a yuropoor tv show/channel
the sheik 1921
blow debris 2000
le revelateur 1968
boko climax 1987
anne oakley doc 1894
eye above the well 1988
idk- people say its nanook of the north, it looks like something from that time period anyway
wheres your chart?
haha no, everything's fine, i appreciate your concern tho
so far i've only seen Tańczący jastrząb (The Dancing Hawk) but i didn't really enjoy it, i especially disliked the repeating scenes, i hate stuff like that if i feel there is no good reason for it, idk it's been a while and i'm not really articulate atm
i didn't expect that but i did go through an OF stage myself lol
i'm not really into rap anymore though but i do enjoy doom and quasimoto now and again
yes its crazy
but i think it might be a tv film or some sort of experimental film that used that cctv vid, np
What's mid bottom?
that's weird i've seen them all except for vampyr, kinda feel stupid for not recognizing them
great taste overall, i rec Through a glass darkly, if you haven't seen it
well i watched over 700 last year and i consider that a good amount, i think it depends what you watch aswell bc a lot of friends have seen many film but they are from e.g(the hollywood new wave) and so they havent seen anything from expressionism era/free cinema movement
i think just reading through the different eras of cinema and watching films that interest you in certain eras will help
p-p-please be gentle /tv/...
well tarr has announced his retirement
i'd probably say korine, weerasethakul, bilge ceylan (i also get v excited seeing anything from pta come up in the news lol)
how did you get the color pic then?
thats a fine last dw, bringing out the dead is great
stay mad pleb
well, hard to explain. i guess it's a combination of the polish mentality (especially in respect to WWII trauma) and the creativity expressed despite (or due to?) censorship during the communist regime.
in a weird way the censorship kinda helped to develop a certain subtlety in some cases, even though some fims got banned (like Bugajski's Interrogation). i don't know my, polish heritage probably helps in order to connect on a more personal level. does that make any sense?
I love Kieślowski even though i don't understand the appeal of Veronique, i think Dekalog and the two "spin-off" films are his magna opera
Punch, Drunk Love is one of my favorite movies of all time and i think that movie and Menace II Society were the films that made me interested in cinema
i've only seen Loong Boonmee raleuk chat, what other films do you recommend from him?
3/3 if top middle is The Human Condition
0/2 What's middle bottom?
1/3 Choose more recognizable shots desu
2/2 if top right is Winter Light
yeah pta has a special place in my heart lol
have you seen mattress man?
all of his films, i think syndrome and a century is my next fav and then mysterious object at noon
top middle is human condition, middle is tree of life
I cried the first time I watch that.
Gosh that film has a perfect ending.
I don't recognize any
Care to post titles?
Wait, is it The Thin Red Line or the Tree of Life?
That shot reminded me of Tree of Life but I wasn't 100% sure it was really from it.
Tbh, I like both ToL and TTRL
>care to post titles?
A Short Film About Killing
Menace II Society
Last Year At Marienbad
Eden and After
Alice In the Cities
Spirit Of The Beehive