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post #46 of 80
Two-Lane Blacktop

557 jackets
501s
post #47 of 80
Heat
post #48 of 80
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Originally Posted by johnapril
Heat

I'd have to disagree. DeNiro was always wearing a suit, but they were all DB and always un-buttoned and without a tie. The grey suit in Collateral looked a lot better when worn in that way. Pacino's outfits were nothing special either.

If you like a dartk look, I'd say The Godfather Part II had some great suits. Pacino wore several really nice suits in that movie, all hand-tailored, and many were 3-pieces, which I love.

I'd also second The Thomas Crown Affair. Hell, almost any movie with Brosnan in it involves him wearing some really nice clothes. He's one guy that never disappoints.
post #49 of 80
anyone mentioned 2046 yet? stunning 40s hong kong opulence
post #50 of 80
post #51 of 80
Inception.
post #52 of 80
The Great Gatsby and The Untouchables.
post #53 of 80
the royal tenenbaums!
post #54 of 80
The Magnificant Ambersons. Joseph Cotten's wardrobe, especially. The narrator even talks about style and fashion at the beginning.
post #55 of 80
I don't think anyone's mentioned the Seijun Suzuki films yet:

Branded to Kill
Youth of the Beast


post #56 of 80
Io sono l'amore
post #57 of 80
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Originally Posted by Aaron View Post
I'm surprised I haven't seen "Tailor of Panama" mentioned.  It's a good spy story with Geoffrey Rush and Pierce Brosnon and some beautiful suits. There is also a great time-lapse sequence of a jacket being measured and cut.

Agreed. I also like the scene where Rush is measuring Brosnan for the first time. He's so crisp and economical with his movements, like he's done it a thousand times.

And the exchange when he measures his waist:

Brosnan - What's the damage?

Rush - A very respectable 34 plus.

Brosnan - Plus what?

Rush - [beat] Plus lunch.
post #58 of 80
No Country for Old Men

Dark City
post #59 of 80
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Originally Posted by water View Post
I Vitelloni similar in feel...

They're unemployed yet well-dressed. It's a testament to the quality of Italian tailoring.
post #60 of 80
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Originally Posted by C3PLOS View Post
I don't think anyone's mentioned the Seijun Suzuki films yet:

Branded to Kill
Youth of the Beast



That man's cosmetic jaw is disturbing. I know it's petty but it so hard for me to take him seriously as a criminal with plastic chipmunk cheeks, which is too bad as he's been in some really inventive/insane crime films.
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