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    rushmore (1998- wes anderson) comedy/drama:rolleyes: great film
    training day (2001-Antoine ***ua) drama/action/crime (it's a cop film)
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    Clerks
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    Taken
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    (Original post by Great Lord Xenu)
    A Serbian Film. Close enough to a rom-com.

    A serbian film is definitely the best movie I have ever seen.
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    (Original post by battycatlady)
    A Streetcar Named Desire

    It's old, but my God is Marlon Brando gorgeous :') Plus it's just generally a great film and Vivian Leigh is fantastic!

    Agreed! :O
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    Rounders
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    Just watched [B]The Prestige[B]!!!!
    If you haven't see it definitely check it out....amazing mystery thriller!!!!
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    Recently watched Dune, I love Lynch
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    (Original post by velvetbrain)


    Recommend this to all, especially if you're into surrealism.
    Probably the weirdest film I have EVER seen but was very intriguing. Loved watching my entire film class squirm!
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    As for film recommendations, my favourite film is Lord Of War
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    Question: Troy or The Last King of Scotland?
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    (Original post by Dobrzynski)
    Question: Troy or The Last King of Scotland?
    Troy every time! Can literally sit through it replaying
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    (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
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    (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.


    Thanks I will give those a look.
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    Seven Samurai
    Lawrence Of Arabia
    The Green Mile
    The Shawshank Redemption
    Rushmore
    Vertigo
    Blade Runner
    2001: A Space Odyssey
    American Psycho
    The Magnificent Seven
    Fistful Of Dollars Trilogy
    Lost In Translation
    Chinatown
    Brick
    Fight Club
    Fargo
    Miller's Crossing
    Barton Fink
    Being John Malkovich
    Adaptation
    There Will Be Blood
    North By Northwest
    One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
    Brazil
    Mulholland Dr.
    Network
    Big Fish
    Memento
    Inception
    District 9
    Moon
    Children Of Men
    The Diving Bell and The Butterfly
    Annie Hall
    Manhattan
    Midnight In Paris
    The Thing
    Videodrome
    Scanners
    The Fly
    Rear Window
    The Birds
    Rope
    Unforgiven
    Rebecca
    Full Metal Jacket
    Dr Strangelove
    Dawn Of The Dead
    The Vengeance Trilogy
    Misery
    Dirty Harry
    Braveheart
    Batman Begins
    The Dark Knight
    The Wild Bunch
    Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid
    Kiss Kiss Bang Bang....
    Feel free to ask if you want more suggestions.
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    Surprised that nobody mentioned the Bourne Trilogy. I'm going to watch them all again( and probably again and again and again) so that I'm ready for Bourne Legacy.


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    (Original post by benten17)
    Surprised that nobody mentioned the Bourne Trilogy. I'm going to watch them all again( and probably again and again and again) so that I'm ready for Bourne Legacy.


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    OP wants to see some chick flicks.


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    (Original post by blacklistmember)
    holy ****
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    I would go for the old Hitchcock movies like the rope and the trouble with Harry, also, Dracula is pretty good.


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    The Ladykillers
    Lavendar Hil Mob (All ealing comedies really)
    Mandy
    The Red Shoes
    The Black Narcissus
    If you want to go older then Charlie Chaplin or Mary Pickford films
    Sunrise: A song of two humans.
 
 
 
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