Oops, I missed it, it was there, you can ignore me. *feeling stupid*
Waking life should be on this otherwise great list. Oh, My dinner with Andre as well, the other posters are right, a terrific movie.
Bill And Ted’s Excellent Adventure seems to be released in 1989 not in 2001
You should have included Monty Python Live at Hollywood Bowl, because there is obvious reference to philosopher playing football (or soccer, whatever you called it). The works of Monty Python itself worth to be dissected and learned.
Have you seen "Hypatia" by Alejandro Amenabar, it should be included here!
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Great list. I would just like to point out, about The Matrix, that the film explicitly references Jean Baudrillard's "Simulacra & Simulation" in Neo's apartment just before he chooses to follow 'the white rabbit'. I think that is a more fruitful approach than the suggested Plato/Cartesian dualistic perspective, although their thoughts definitely also had their influence (if not directly then at least through Baudrillard). A lot of the film's lines and thoughts seem more directly related to Baudrillard in my opinion. But thanks for the list! :)
Great list. But it's missing 'Mindwalk' http://mubi.com/films/mindwalk
Giordano Bruno by Montaldo and Dias de Nietzsche en Turin by Bressane are good for the list (and maybe Agorà by Amenabar ;)
Maybe I need to see My Dinner With Andre again, but only for brief moments did I think it touches on concepts relevant to mainstream academic philosophy. I absolutely loved My Dinner With Andre, but it doesn't seem to fit what I am going for with this list. Maybe I can be persuaded though.
I support My Dinner With Andre moreso than the last 2/3rds of this list.
My Dinner with Andre? That was huge with Philosphs. My teachers beat me over the head with that one.
How about Rohmer's My Night with Maud?