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OldBoy

Holy hell yes.

Also, some of you have mentioned Butterfly Effect. I remember seeing this and liking it up until the typical pat-ending that wraps everything up and brings a smile to everyone's face even though it makes no sense. I have since become aware of the original ending which was shelved, if they had stuck with the original ending I would rate this movie much higher. Unbelievable that someone in Hollywood thought that change was for the better.
post #212 of 219
Went through the thread and didn't see it mentioned yet.

The Cure - Actually saw this in high school and there wasn't a dry eye in the class. I will always remember one of the girls in my class ran out of the classroom bawling at the very end. Very touching movie.

I would recommend you all queue this up in Netflix. It is even available for streaming.
post #213 of 219
Cinema Paradiso
Betty Blue
Saving Private Ryan

and probably because I saw it my myself as a disenfranchised high schooler

Apocolyse Now
post #214 of 219
Dancer in the dark
Breaking the waves
Fanny & Alexander
Irreversible
Wings of Desire
Magnolia
Barton Fink
The Shining
Barry Lyndon
The 400 Blows
post #215 of 219
Donnie Darko
A serious man
post #216 of 219
La Haine, A Clockwork Orange, Requiem for a Dream, Defiance, Kids perhaps?
post #217 of 219
Maybe I'm weird or something, but movies don't real move me. I mean, sure, I laugh, cry, and everything else, but I can't really remember a time when a movie made sit back and go "woah.....".

That being said, the closest things to "move" me would have to be something like SLC Punk. A great, underappreciated gem. Donnie Darko really was a movie that made you wonder as well...
post #218 of 219
The first movie that comes to mind is Short Cuts. Maybe my all time favorite!
And I couldn't stop crying when I watched Precious.
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I think I might agree with this.
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