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Where do I start?
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Divorce Italian Style - Hilarious http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0055913/ Shadow of the Vampire
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post #18 of 413
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Just went through my movies:

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Vision Quest

every wrestler knows and loves this movie....kudos
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Divorce Italian Style - Hilarious

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0055913/

Shadow of the Vampire


+1 Dafoe and Malkovich are two of my favorite actors and this is some of their best work.
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post #20 of 413
The boys (Aust)
Thank god he met Lizzie (Aust)
The war zone (UK)
Slums of beverly hills (US)

And so many others ... I think Gattaca is underrated, though hardly obscure.
post #21 of 413
The Salton Sea
Shade
King Arthur (clive owen version)
Beowulf (with stellan skaarsgard)
Let the right one in

more to come later
post #22 of 413
L"Homme Qui Amait Les Femmes (the original The Man Who Loved Women, much better than Alfie)

Someone Behind The Door (Anthony Perkins and Charles Bronson in a tour-de-force character study)

The Long Run (much, much better than the movie about that self-centered twat Prefontaine)
post #23 of 413
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim View Post
Just went through my movies:

+1 on Galaxy Quest, Mystery Men, and Dewey Cox

What Planet Are You From
The Thin Red Line
On Her Majesties Secret Service
Pleasantville
A Life Less Ordinary
Confidence
Eurotrip
Frailty
King Of New York
Logan's Run
Observe and Report
Ravenous
Repo Man
Romeo Is Bleeding
Slither
Street Smart
The Caveman's Valentine
The Eiger Sanction
The Lookout
Angel Heart
Cronos
Exorcist II: The Heretic
Mannequin
Matchstick Men
Mr. Baseball
Night of the Creeps
Reckless Kelly
Summer Lovers
Supernova
The Boys From Brazil
The Chase
The Seige
UHF
The New World
Vision Quest

Some really good ones there, but I'd say some of them are pretty well known, like Pleasantville, Logan's Run, Repo Man, Exorcist II, The Boys from Brazil. But I have to ask: UHF? Seriously? I'm a Weird Al fan, and I even have that movie, but it's not a particularly GOOD movie.
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L"Homme Qui Amait Les Femmes (the original The Man Who Loved Women, much better than Alfie)

i actually really enjoy michael caine, so to say this better than alfie may be a stretch.
post #25 of 413
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Originally Posted by Teacher View Post
Some really good ones there, but I'd say some of them are pretty well known, like Pleasantville, Logan's Run, Repo Man, Exorcist II, The Boys from Brazil.

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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim View Post
Some are more unknown, some are more underrated. Some are both. I didn't bother to categorize them or I'd have been at it all night.

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But I have to ask: UHF? Seriously? I'm a Weird Al fan, and I even have that movie, but it's not a particularly GOOD movie.

I don't know what you are talking about. It's hilarious.
post #26 of 413
Films by Andrei Tarkovsky, Ingmar Bergman, and Krzysztof Kieslowski.
post #27 of 413
Twinkle, Twinkle, Killer Kane
Castle Keep
Prime Cut
post #28 of 413
God, I haven't thought of Prime Cut in years.

For an unknown, twisty Elliot Gould thriller (trust me) try a Canadian film called The Silent Partner.
post #29 of 413
Titanic.
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Titanic.
That's the one with the tits, right?
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