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    Will Titanic make an apperance?


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    Line's Top 100 Films of All Time



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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Andersson View Post
    Will Titanic make an apperance?
    No.




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    Thats a good movie :dunnodude:




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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Andersson View Post
    Thats a good movie :dunnodude:
    I've seen thousands and thousands of movies though and 100 is a relatively small number. Even having said that, it wouldn't even be close to making the list, though I don't hate it.




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    Will The Godfather make an appearance? Because this just isn't a greatest films of all time list without it.


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    What's up with the write up for Miller's Crossing?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie View Post
    What's up with the write up for Miller's Crossing?
    It's a really odd film in it being so sensationalizing that, apart from a few scenes, much of the film blurs together when times comes to recollect it. Sure, it's a 1990's violenced version of 30's and 40's noir but there's so much more to it than that, especially in movements concerning the depths of its characterization. Because I couldn't write anything that is, in my mind, worthy of representing the film it was suggested to me that I could do a one word review or a haiku poem. I combined the ideas and viola!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Line View Post
    It's a really odd film in it being so sensationalizing that, apart from a few scenes, much of the film blurs together when times comes to recollect it. Sure, it's a 1990's violenced version of 30's and 40's noir but there's so much more to it than that, especially in movements concerning the depths of its characterization. Because I couldn't write anything that is, in my mind, worthy of representing the film it was suggested to me that I could do a one word review or a haiku poem. I combined the ideas and viola!
    Sounds good to me!

    Oh, do you think Brazil will make an appearance on your list? I might watch that again sometime soon as it was really interesting and I didn't fully get the whole understanding of the film. I hate distractions.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie View Post
    Sounds good to me!

    Oh, do you think Brazil will make an appearance on your list? I might watch that again sometime soon as it was really interesting and I didn't fully get the whole understanding of the film. I hate distractions.
    [spoiler]http://www.rottentomatoes.com/vine/showpost.php?p=11507693&postcount=140[/spoiler]




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    Ahh you just made my night. I thought it was awesome!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie View Post
    Ahh you just made my night. I thought it was awesome!
    Gilliam's a tricky director has he repeats many fantastmic motifs but is quite good at inferring different contexts through them. Many of his films are very surreal and raise issues but none exceed the boundaries of important filmmaking like Brazil does.

    [spoiler]For the record, that wasn't the number of where the film will appear on the list but where I ranked it in my top blind-dvd-purchases of all time.[/spoiler]




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    your write ups are very interesting and insightful.

    saving private ryan has to be on there close to the top 25. that is just an amazingly powerful and emotional film to watch. the best war movie of all time.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Line View Post
    Gilliam's a tricky director has he repeats many fantastmic motifs but is quite good at inferring different contexts through them. Many of his films are very surreal and raise issues but none exceed the boundaries of important filmmaking like Brazil does.

    [spoiler]For the record, that wasn't the number of where the film will appear on the list but where I ranked it in my top blind-dvd-purchases of all time.[/spoiler]
    Tease.

    His ideas are indeed odd. He sort of vanished after Fear and Loathing.




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    Quote Originally Posted by 20inchgunstucson View Post
    your write ups are very interesting and insightful.

    saving private ryan has to be on there close to the top 25. that is just an amazingly powerful and emotional film to watch. the best war movie of all time.
    Not even close. I do appreciate the comment on the write ups though.
    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie View Post
    Tease.

    His ideas are indeed odd. He sort of vanished after Fear and Loathing.
    His 2006 release Tideland was really divisive and polarizing of the mainstream and Gilliam fans alike. I'm still on the fence as to whether or not I'd like to see it; I generally prefer Lynch in terms of Americanized avant garde surrealism.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Line View Post
    Not even close. I do appreciate the comment on the write ups though.

    His 2006 release Tideland was really divisive and polarizing of the mainstream and Gilliam fans alike. I'm still on the fence as to whether or not I'd like to see it; I generally prefer Lynch in terms of Americanized avant garde surrealism.

    What?!?!?! why? are you disagreeing with the fact it was a great movie or that i called it the greatest war movie of all time? you better not say both !!!!!!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Line View Post
    His 2006 release Tideland was really divisive and polarizing of the mainstream and Gilliam fans alike. I'm still on the fence as to whether or not I'd like to see it; I generally prefer Lynch in terms of Americanized avant garde surrealism.
    I witnessed the Lynch experience for the first time a week ago; Mulholland Dr. I was hooked the whole time. I heard Lynch has quite a few must sees, so I threw his name on my "must see" list.




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    Quote Originally Posted by 20inchgunstucson View Post
    What?!?!?! why? are you disagreeing with the fact it was a great movie or that i called it the greatest war movie of all time? you better not say both !!!!!!
    I think he is disagreeing with the "greatest war movie of all time" comment, but not that it is a great war movie.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Braaq View Post
    I think he is disagreeing with the "greatest war movie of all time" comment, but not that it is a great war movie.
    fair enough. but what are your thoughts on the movie line?






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