Discussion in 'Movies & Television' started by MaxxVolume, Dec 1, 2017.
Some of these may be Medium Sized Movies, but...
My Life As A Dog
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Monty Python's Life of Brian++
Take the Money and Run
My Dinner With Andre
Broadway Danny Rose++
The Man Who Fell to Earth++
Five Easy Pieces
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Never Cry Wolf
Dances With Wolves
Harold and Maude
Kentucky Fried Movie
The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
La Cage Aux Folles
Touching The Void
A couple more....
"Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels"
"Midnight In The Garden Of Good and Evil"
My Favorite Year
Down By Law
A Love Song For Bobby Long
Holy shit what a movie this is - blew me away. Green Room by the same director is also shocking at times and very in your face.
I love a lot of the Kaufman movies - Human Nature is underrated genius and Paul Giamatti is awesome in Cold Souls
I had zero expectations for Blue Ruin. Blown away is a good term for it, especially the Eve Plumb scene at the end. Thanks for the on Green Room, will check it out.
Its not up to the same level as Blue Ruin IMO - but still feels very "small". It also features Anton Yelchin who is great and who unfortunately died soon after.
Another "small film" that Yelchin was excellent in was "Rudderless" (also starring Billy Crudup, Wm. H. Macy, Lawrence Fishburne, and Selena Gomez). Definitely worth watching....
The heavenly kid
something wicked this way comes
Lost in Translation
Coffee and cigarettes.
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