(Original post by stive)
I have recently watched and really enjoyed - You Can also.
The Prestige (2006)
Exit Through the Gift Shop (2010 Documentary)
Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998)
Restrepo (2010 Documentary) Midnight in Paris (2011)
A Few Good Men (1992)
Children of Men (2006)
Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father (2008 Documentary)
I really wanted to buy that the other day. Sadly had no money. Gutted.
OP, if you like chick flicks and comedies...
Any of the Monty Python films
Starter For Ten
Breakfast at Tiffany's
Pride and Prejudice
I'll add a few others when I think of them. Ok, so they're not all great classics which are amazingly made, but I like them.
Last edited by aspirinpharmacist; 23-06-2012 at 14:52.
(Original post by affleming)
can anybody recommend any good korean films?
Ive seen the vengeance trilogy, memories of murder, i saw the devil, jsa and quite a few more but has anybody got a good recommendation?
Oldboy. I can't look a hammer the same way again.
Edit: just remembered, it's part of the vengeance trilogy but a recommendation to other people nonetheless.
Last edited by thegenius31416; 24-06-2012 at 01:39.
(Original post by Dobrzynski)
Question: Troy or The Last King of Scotland?
Troy gets rid of the most interesting aspect of the Iliad (the gods, of course), but provides decent contemporary commentary on the Iraq war and some cool fight scenes. Last King of Scotland features an inexplicably appraised performance that wouldn't feel out of place in a blaxpoitation film, and uses its true story aspect in a really flat way.
So neither is amazing, but Troy
(Original post by MrCarmady)
are you looking to branch out into other genres or stick with the crime/thriller stuff?
if the former, go for the host (very entertaining monster film) and peppermint candy (brutally sad drama), i'm not a huge expert on the latter, though.