Movies You Must See Before You Die - the definitive list

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SamuraiJack
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Well, all of David Lynch's work should be included. Most of Kurosawa's as well, but not all, as some of his films are quite shit.

YOJIMBO.

 

simon
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Esoterica2000-III
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Recently saw Freedom Writers with Hilary Swank, I really can't think of the last movie that brought a tear to my eye. Great story, check !

 

tripn
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rocco's true anal stories #11

 

Esoterica2000-III
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Haalol.. trust you, outta all mafukkers had to be you.. you italian pr0n fanatic.

 

Esoterica2000-III
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Alejandro Jodorowsky's 1973 masterpiece ‘The Holy Mountain’ is without doubt one of the most underrated and beautiful hidden treasures of art from the 20th century. The film itself is an initiation, to another ways of perception.. zen like esoteric form. Jodorowsky makes films in initiatic type manners. His other films El Topo and Fando y Lis are great films as well, but for me The Holy Mountain stands alone... it’s like a Salvador Dali painting come to life, with full of mystical and esoteric wisdom, even more relevant today than it was back in 1973. One of the most original films you’ll ever see.

http://www.hotweird.com/jodorowsky/holy.gif
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Holy_M ... (1973_film)


Ps. If you have trouble finding it, hit us up and I might be able to arrange something.

Peace, roq

 

flashfire
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Sounds amazing Roq 8)

 

VJ DAMAGE
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Renegade aka Blueberry

the cgi had me floored
the sub bass rumble made sasha say "fucken eh"

'nuff said.

 

spangk
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In a different field altogether.. but The Seven Samurai is one to be seen.. a long watch, so old but pretty amazing considering all that.

Speaking of films Esoterica2000-II i still have your Science of Sleep.. I will return next time i'm over. I enjoyed it thanks :)

 

Twisted Dirty Logic
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What the bleep? (If you wanna classify as a movie)

Pan's Labyrinth

Hot Shots 1 & Hot Shots Deux

Naked Gun 1, 22 1/2, 33 1/3

Airplane! (You must see Airplane!)
Airplane! II!

Ted Striker: Surely you can't be serious.
Rumack: I am serious... and don't call me Shirley.

 

venatrix
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Hell has Harbour Views.

Aussie movie, it is truly awesome.

 

simon
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The second coming is upon us, and Jesus has returned to earth. But before he can get down to the serious business of judging the living and the dead, he has to contend with an army of vampires that can walk in the daylight.

Combining kung-fu action with biblical prophecy and a liberal dose of humour, the film teams the Savior with Mexican wrestling hero El Santos against mythological horrors and science gone mad, and also manages to address contemporary sexual politics. And did we mention that it's a musical?


This could not possibly be bad. The only thing its missing is midgets.

 

FeralBrown
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^ZOMG!!!
That looks fucking A+++++!!!
:lol:

 

Twisted Dirty Logic
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Saw Mongol on Monday. (It was Monday Mongol Madness!)

Have to say, if you can see it at the movies, do so. Not a movie for a 51cm screen.

They rushed the ending and it had a sort of Americanised bad guy in it, but apart from that I thought it was quite worthwhile.

Excellent cinematography and good production value.

 

venatrix
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Hot Rod. http://www.hotrodmovie.com/

Saw it last night, nearly choked laughing my guts up.

 

kathmandu
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The Castle.

... and till now I thought Alvin Purple was the best Australian movie!!

 

noitnemretsim
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blind fury with rutger hauer. haha, sick movie.

Saw, they live!, again for first time in ages, mad fisticuffs scene.

 

STEVONOISEMAKER
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The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
The Goonies
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (the original)
Super Troopers

 

DECRION DEE
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sprited away?
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