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Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky

Seriously Watch This Movie (Dragon Ball Z+Shawshank Redemption+Crack+Steriods=Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky)

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post #227 of 412
City Of God
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Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky

Seriously Watch This Movie (Dragon Ball Z+Shawshank Redemption+Crack+Steriods=Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky)


This is beyond awesome. What comes after awesome? Uber-awesome? Epically awesome? Googleplex?
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City Of God

The more I watch this the more manipulative it feels to me. That said, there is nothing like watching it the first time and the cinematography and direction are incredible.
post #230 of 412
Hunger. The most amazing film I've seen in long, long, long, time.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVPl6...eature=related

Every cinemaphile should watch this.
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post #232 of 412
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City Of God

how is this unknown/underrated?
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This is beyond awesome. What comes after awesome? Uber-awesome? Epically awesome? Googleplex?

Super-Duper-Uber-Omega-Especially-Awesome?

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post #234 of 412
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how is this unknown/underrated?

thats what i said until i posted it on my fb and people where saying things along the lines of "why would i watch a movie about god?!".


i was like
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how is this unknown/underrated?

I'm gonna say Casablanca.
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post #237 of 412
Z by Costa-Gavras from 1969 - absolutely brilliant film.

Tremors, maybe? Definitely underrated where I live, maybe less so in the US...

Hard Eight (early Paul Thomas Anderson with Gwyneth Paltrow)

Nine Queens - excellent Argentinian movie about a group of con-men in Buenos Aires

One True Thing

Hamlet - the Branagh version

This is England

You Can Count on Me (I'm a big fan of both Laura Linney and Mark Ruffalo)

Respiro (Italian movie with Valeria Golino; set on the island of Lampedusa)

In My Father's Den

Julia (fantastic Tilda Swinton)

The Deep End (again Tilda Swinton)

Separate Lies (VERY good British drama/thriller!)

Christie Malry's Own Double-Entry

La veuve de St Pierre (and Ne le dis a personne and L'adversaire and a ton of other French-language movies starring Daniel Auteuil)

American Splendor

The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada (Tommy-Lee-Jones-directed)

Sweet Sixteen

The Shape of Things and Possession (both Neil LaBute)

And a few that are not at all unknown, but way underrated:

Bringing Out the Dead
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow(!!)
Nurse Betty
post #238 of 412
Flame and Citron.

Danish film from 2008 about resistance fighters in WWII.
post #239 of 412
Laserblast.

http://www.imdb.com/video/screenplay/vi2204368921/

actually there is an annoying ad before the teaser, but trust me it is a great movie
post #240 of 412
Clint Eastwood in The Eiger Sanction.... ridiculously awesome
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