Wednesday, October 12, 2011

More Movies

Some pretty good movies I've seen during the past year or two:

Breaker Morant (Australian/British film)
Witness For The Prosecution (British, and one of the best movies ever made)
The Letter Never Sent (Russian; I mostly just liked the cinematography, but it’s worth watching just for that)
The Snow Walker
Time Limit (A very good Richard Widmark post -war film)
Stagecoach (The original with John Wayne)
The Final Cut (Robin Williams in a serious role)
The Train (Fantastic film with Burt Lancaster)
The Long Voyage Home (Another great John Wayne/John Ford film)
Seance on a Wet Afternoon (British)
The Threepenny Opera (British, not great, but not bad)
La Jetée (French)
Biography: Tom Selleck
They Shall Have Music
Who Is Harry Nilsson (And Why Is Everybody Talkin' About Him?)
The Whales Of August
Star Trek VIII: First Contact
Dangerous Crossing
Seven Years in Tibet
The Comedian
Blackmail (Hitchcock’s first talky)
The Offence (British with Sean Connery)
Moby Dick (With Gregory Peck, and much better than the book)
Sting of Death (With Boris Karloff)
Lloyd's Of London (British)
Somewhere In The Night
Foreign Correspondent
The Woman In the Dunes (Japanese)

Movies I didn’t like:

Orpheus (French)
Pitfall (Japanese)
Ride In The Whirlwind
Map of The Human Heart
The Rules of the Game (French)
All My Friends Are Funeral Singers
Through a Glass Darkly (Bergman)
The League of Gentlemen (British)
Jigoku (Japanese)
When The Clock Strikes
Bagdad Café
Lord of War
Taxi Driver

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