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post #916 of 1305

Some great movies on the lists but goodfellas, 24 hour party people, speed racer uhoh.gif

sure good movies but not up to par with the others

 

Some things I think are missing in a top 150 or top 200 (100 is too few)

Noticed a lack of argentine and spanish movies (maybe I'm biased)

 

2001

Clockwork

Lolita

Brazil

Cowboy Bebop

Control

Melancholia

The Thin Red Line

Y Tu Mama Tambien

Amores Perros

Abre Los Ojos

Nueve Reinas

Diving Bell and the Butterfly

El Mar Adentro

12 Angry Men

Solaris (original russian)

Divorce, Italian Style

Dead Man

Ghost Dog and the way of the Samurai

Le Samourai

Zorba the Greek

SENNA

Rear Window

Un Prophet

Paprika

The Graduate

Tokyo Drifter

American Psycho

Bullitt

Shame

post #917 of 1305
Thread Starter 
Man With a Movie Camera (1929) needs to be up there too (Alloy orchestra version plz)
post #918 of 1305

My dad watched a lot of F1 in the early 90s I literally cried during senna.

 

Fuck keep thinking of more movies

If...

Fish Tank

Man who fell to earth

Moment of truth

La Promesse

Revanche

Cache

Antichrist

Moon

The End of Evangelion


Edited by smashwindow - 9/24/12 at 12:38pm
post #919 of 1305
I'd like to add a few nobody has posted yet (I think):

20s
* Nosferatu (Murnau), 1922 -- unauthorised adaptation of Stoker's Dracula,

30s
* City Light (Chaplin), 1931

40s
* Citizen Kane (Welles), 1941 -- probably not up to the level of others on the list technically (he was in his mid 20s i believe) but very insightful and still relevant today
* Casablanca (Curtiz), 1942

50s
* Twelve angry men, 1957 -- I really enjoyed this one
* Some like it hot (Wilder), 1959

60s
* 8 1/2 (Fellini), 1963 -- a masterpiece to me
* Dr. Strangelove (Kubrik), 1964
* The good, the bad, and the ugly (Leone), 1968

70s
* Apocalypse now (Coppola), 1979

80s
* Once upon a time in America (Leone), 1984

90s
* Pulp fiction (Tarantino), 1994
* The usual suspects (Singer), 1995
* American history X (Kaye), 1998

00s
* Memento (Nolan), 2000
* Gran torino (Eastwood), 2008
post #920 of 1305

Pardon the questionable mid-90s soundtrack.

 

 

Probably one my all-time favorites. I remember one night way back in high school, I picked this up on a whim from the local video store and sat on the couch with my mouth hanging open and my mind blown all over the place. First time I think I ever really wanted to write something. Now I spend 80-90% of my waking/non-job life writing. Definitely not my biggest influence but it was the first and goddamn if I'm not inspired every time I watch it. Otomo you genius

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post #922 of 1305
Still really good.



Possibly relevant to the average Style Forumite:



More philosophy-related stuff; not the greatest, but still kind of fun to watch:


Edited by dwyhajlo - 9/24/12 at 6:09pm
post #923 of 1305

I have a super hard time watching pre 50s movies.

post #924 of 1305
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I have a super hard time watching pre 50s movies.

me too , no hd = sucks huh , they just can't hold my attention span with antiquated special effects

just playin homie biggrin.gif
Edited by the shah - 9/24/12 at 7:57pm
post #925 of 1305

I've seen some movie's from the 60s that look AMAZING in HD,  Silent era is fucking impossible.

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since I was asked about the recipe for the palak paneer,
here's a video I had made with the old camera
I used to have -- a 3 pixel fuji compact icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
  • 4 cups of fresh finely chopped spinach
  • 1/3 lb paneer
  • 2 medium tomatoes
  • 1 teaspoon chopped ginger (or 1 tsp ginger/garlic paste)
  • 1 teaspoon coriander powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon red chili powder
  • 1 tablespoon oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon cumin seed
  • Pinch of asafetida (hing) -- smells gross but is good for digestive track
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt, or to taste
  • 1/3 cup milk

basically, cube the paneer into 1/2 " pieces. since it's store-bought, a trick to keep them chewy and soft is to microwave for 30 sec in some water.
then you toss them in the pan with some oil to make golden color, and immediately drop into some cold water and set aside.

then you make the tomato puree by tossing them in the blender with the ginger, coriander, turmeric, chilli

heat up some oil (grape seed oil works fine), add one cumin seed to see if the oil is hot it will sizzle. toss in the rest of seeds and the asafetida, then pour in the puree. let it reduce in volume to about half, ~ 3 min

add the spinach and cover pan, let it sit on medium for ~10 min. then add the milk (can use heavy cream but come on now we trying to fit in our clothes son) let it sit for another 5 min

add the paneer cubes and gently fold it into the mix

serve with some hot roti or naan

i made a mango lassi here too -- cut a mango flesh, add milk, yogurt, cardamom seeds, sugar, blend, pour, enjoy.

Edited by the shah - 9/24/12 at 8:36pm
post #928 of 1305
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Originally Posted by smashwindow View Post

I've seen some movie's from the 60s that look AMAZING in HD,  Silent era is fucking impossible.

Pre-50s is not entirely silent era...
post #929 of 1305
I have another list for movies that I think is rather interesting, and also contains lesser known movies (available for download still)
Come and See (Elem Klimov)
On the Silver Globe (Andrzei Zulawski)
Pastoral : to die in the country (Shuji Terayama) GODDAMNIT I CAN’T JUST ONE this is torture
Stalker (Andrei Tarkowsky)
The color of pomegranates (Sergej Parajanov)
Werckmeister Harmonies (Bela Tarr)
Le Feu Follet (Louis Malle)
Teorema (Pier Paolo Pasolini)
Fear eats the Soul (R.W. Fassbinder)
10. Angst (Gerald Kargl)
11. Belladonna of Sadness (Eiichi Yamamoto)
12. Mishima: a Life in Four Chapters (Paul Schrader)
13. The Exterminating Angel (Luis Bunuel)
14. 4 (Ilia Khrzhanovsky)
15. Diamonds of the Night (Jan Nemec)
16. The Wickerman (Robin Hardy)
17. Visitor of a Museum (Konstantin Lopushansky)
18. Ascent (Larisa Sheptiko)
19. Blind Beast (Yasuzo Masumura)
20. Lucifer Rising (Kenneth Anger)
post #930 of 1305
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Originally Posted by the shah View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


since I was asked about the recipe for the palak paneer,
here's a video I had made with the old camera
I used to have -- a 3 pixel fuji compact icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
  • 4 cups of fresh finely chopped spinach
  • 1/3 lb paneer
  • 2 medium tomatoes
  • 1 teaspoon chopped ginger (or 1 tsp ginger/garlic paste)
  • 1 teaspoon coriander powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon red chili powder
  • 1 tablespoon oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon cumin seed
  • Pinch of asafetida (hing) -- smells gross but is good for digestive track
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt, or to taste
  • 1/3 cup milk
basically, cube the paneer into 1/2 " pieces. since it's store-bought, a trick to keep them chewy and soft is to microwave for 30 sec in some water.
then you toss them in the pan with some oil to make golden color, and immediately drop into some cold water and set aside.
then you make the tomato puree by tossing them in the blender with the ginger, coriander, turmeric, chilli
heat up some oil (grape seed oil works fine), add one cumin seed to see if the oil is hot it will sizzle. toss in the rest of seeds and the asafetida, then pour in the puree. let it reduce in volume to about half, ~ 3 min
add the spinach and cover pan, let it sit on medium for ~10 min. then add the milk (can use heavy cream but come on now we trying to fit in our clothes son) let it sit for another 5 min
add the paneer cubes and gently fold it into the mix
serve with some hot roti or naan
i made a mango lassi here too -- cut a mango flesh, add milk, yogurt, cardamom seeds, sugar, blend, pour, enjoy.

Yes, I love this recipe, the ingredients look like a lot but once you have it down it's very simple and easy.

Also, you can substitute frozen peas for the chopped spinach to make mutter paneer. Just don't use the mint flavoured peas.
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