En av de där chipsarna

Jag tänker eventuellt bli en av de där lite lönnfeta chipsarna i höst. Jobbar på det just nu.

I helgen åt vi Estrella och kollade på en film jag nog kan se hur många gånger som helst. Ibland tryckte vi på paus och hånglade. Det var nice. Sen höll vi handen utomhus. Det var läskigt. Men jag hade tänkt bli bra på sånt här nu. Jag har till exempel sagt en massa fina saker och sagt att jag tycker om. Nästa steg är att parhandla på en söndag.

I höst betar vi av den här listan:

Oldboy: (This Korean masterpiece is one of the greatest movies ever, watch it knowing nothing about it.)

Buffalo Soldiers: (Although it has big hollywood names such as Joaquin Phoenix, Anna Paquin, and Ed Harris, this dark comedy has a stunning lack of nudity.)

The Celebration: (A feel good family drama about the british world of rape and incest. Truly spectacular.)

Trainspotting: (Ewan Mcgregor and Robert Carlyle star in this british comedy about graphic heroine use and resulting depravity.)

Brick: (A 40's film noir set in present day high school.)

Sleuth: (A battle of wits between screen legends Michael Caine and Laurence Olivier.)

Green Street Hooligans: (Elijah Wood stars in this rousing British sports movie involving the violent underworld of football hooliganism.)

Sexy Beast: (This average movie is excellent thanks almost entirely to Ben Kingsley's performance of brutal gangster Don Logan.)

City of God: (This outstanding gangster film is one of the greatest films ever made.)

Dead Man's Shoes: (Disturbing unknown british thriller w/ slasher elements.)

The Aura: (This crime drama filmed in Argentina is a very intelligent, slow paced thriller.)

No Man's Land: ( Possibly the best unknown war film.)

Dead Man: (Johnny Depp. Jim Jarmusch. Slow as hell.)

Magnolia: (Juliane Moore, Tom Cruise, Philip Seymour Hoffman and William H. Macy highlight an incredible cast in a depressing but ultimately hopeful drama.)

Amores Perros: (This film is the first and arguably the best in Alejandro González Iñárritu's trilogy which includes 21 grams and Babel.)

The Player: (Dark comedy starring Tim Robbins)

Breathless: (One of the best examples of French cinema ever.)

Closer: ( A personal look at the intersection of four different lovers w/ an amazing cast of Julia Roberts Jude Law, Natalie Portman and, above all, Clive Owen)

Match Point: (Possibly the genius Woody Allen's masterpiece, and even if you aren't a fan of his, see this incredible movie.)

Requiem for a Dream: (This difficult movie about four people and their heartwrenching spiral into drug addiction will blow you away.)

25th Hour: (Who would have thought that a movie that only lasts over 24 hours could be so good?)

House of Sand and Fog: (Jennifer Connelly and Ben Kingsley. Not much else must be said. Watch It.)

Dark City: (Futuristic film about murder and experimental fun.)

The Interview: (All talking. No action. If you dont like slower movies than this is not for you.)

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang: (Quite possibly the best dark comedy ever made. Starring Robert Downey Jr. and Val Kilmer.)

Primal Fear: (Courtroom drama about an alter boy accused of murder. Starring Richard Gere, Edward Norton, Laura Linney, and Francis McDormand.)

Running Scared: (Nothing will prepare you for this movie.)

Layer Cake: (Daniel Craig and lots of drugs.)

Narc: (Underrated movie about cops in the narcotics department.)

Stalker: (Possibly the slowest movie ever made that is really good.)

State of Grace: (Mob movie with Sean Penn, Ed Harris, Gary Oldman, John C. Reilly, and John Tuturro.)

Beauty and the Beast: (Not for everyone, but this french 1940's film is stunning.)

Life Is Beautiful: (Oscar winning movie about the holocaust from the view of a 7 yr. old, and how his father tries to shield him from some of the atrocities and inhumanities of the war.)

Clay Pigeons: (Nothing spectacular, but a very suprisingly funny Joaquin Phoenix, Vince Vaughn dark crime/comedy)

The Dreamers: (Don't watch this Bernardo Bertolucci drama w/ your parents, but this recent french film starring Eva Green is almost a tribute to movie lovers)

Midnight Cowboy: (This is not a movie about homosexuals as widely believed, but an incredible character study starring Dustin Hoffman at his very best and Jon Voight.)

High Tension: (Great foreign horror movie w/ great twists and cringe worthy death scenes)

Wings of Desire: (The stupid meg ryan City of Angels was a ridiculous remake of this great movie about an angel who falls in love w/ the human he is supposed to protect.)

M: (Peter Lorre gives his best performance in this 1930's german film about a vile child murderer and the desperate hunt by the authories and criminals alike to find him.)

Little Children: (The lives of many people in a suburban neighborhood change drastically when a pedophile moves in.)

Miller's Crossing: (Movie about two warring mob bosses and the man between them.)

Rosencrantz and Guilderstern:(Witty and intelligent film based off of Shakepeare's characters in the play Hamlet.)

Venus: (A film about a relationship between an older man in his 90's and a young girl in her 20's.)

Excalibur: (Maybe its a little outdated, but its still a fantastic film.)

I Heart Hukabees: (Intellectual film with Dustin Hoffman, Jason Schwartzman, Jude Law, Naomi Watts, and Mark Wahlberg.)

The Science of Sleep: (This movie combines the real world and the dream world in a man's life.)

Half Nelson: (Ryan Gosling plays a teacher that tries to help a young girl with her life.)

Straw Dogs: (This movie shows just how much a man can take. Mixed with a good musical score and Sam Peckinpah violence combined to make a good film.)

Hearts in Atlantis: (A very suprising Stephen King adaptation in the vein of Stand By Me but w/ the supernatural tendeencies of the Green Mile. Anthony Hopkins delivers another tour-de-force performance.)

The 400 Blows: (A French coming of age film about a child left w/o attention who delves into petty crime.)

The Thing: (An outdated 80's Sci-fi from horror master John Carpenter. Kurt Russel stars in this pschological journey into paranoia.)

Tale of Two Sisters: (A great oriental horror film from 2002 that plays like a twisted fairy tale.)

Wages of Fear: (Italian adventure film about four men w/o jobs who are hired to deliver nitroglycerine to an oil fire w/o the proper equipment to make it safe. Hailed as one of the greatest movies of its kind.)

Interstate 60: (An original film with Gary Oldman that is better if you know nothing about it. Watch it.)

Quills: (Stylish but twisted tale of a disturbed genius who pens stories of pornographic nature in a madhouse until Napoleon sends in a doctor to "cure" him. But eventually all hell breaks loose. Starring Geoffrey Rush, Kate Winslet, Joaquin Phoenix, and Michael Caine.)

The Dead Zone: (David Cronenberg and Christopher Walken team up for this chilling Stephen King adaption. Avoid the crappy television show at all costs.)

What Dreams May Come: (Capivating view of life after death. Starring Robin Williams, Cuba Gooding Jr., and Annabella Sciorra.)

La Haine: (French film about three young men caught up in the gang world on the outskirts of paris.)

The Virgin Suicides: (A story of four sisters who are heavily sheltered by their parents told by a group of male friends that lived across the street from them.)

Becket: (Peter O' Toole and Richard Burton star in this tale of two friends turned against each other. One driven by his desire to serve the church, and the other by sex, power, and money.)

My Favorite Year: (Peter O'Toole is hysterical as a washed up actor trying to drown out his past with booze and women, until he is required to clean up his act for a tv show. A forgotten comedy classic.)

The Crimson Rivers: (Jean Reno and Vincent Cassel star in this french suspense film that will remind you of Se7en. Excellent music and atmosphere, but disappointing ending)

Shallow Grave: (All the different things that money can make people do. Directed by Danny Boyle. Starring Ewan McGregor)

Postat av: Ica

Och det var listan för HÖSTEN????
Ska inte du jobba fram till nyår? Denna gedigna lista känns tuff att kombinera med ett arbetsliv... ;-)

2007-09-18 @ 08:38:12
Postat av: marla

Vi har längre på oss socker!

Postat av: mimi

Marla.. come back I don't recognise you..;) Haha skojar bra. jag är jätteglad för din skull och allt mys pys

2007-09-18 @ 14:25:22
Postat av: marla

Jag är som förbytt.. Mohahahha...

2007-09-18 @ 14:37:05
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Postat av: Mia

Tyckte nog att jag såg er parhandlandes i söndags ;)

2007-09-18 @ 22:02:31
Postat av: marla

Gaaaaaaah! Hahaha! Ähä! Ähm. Vi tjuvstartade lite.

2007-09-18 @ 22:08:08
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