This scene of Tropical Malady, precisely watching tigers on tv. One of my favorites. I strongly recommend this film (which fairly is very popular here)
from Claire Dolan:
MATT: is it better than Blissfully Yours? Because i can’t say i was too impressed with tha tone.
I can’t post a clip, but today I’m thinking of the coastal highway scene from Out of the Past.
sorry, i love that film too much
Me too! Very nice clips.
thx, i couldn’t resist :)
The “Bela Lugosi’s Dead” opening to The Hunger. Easily the best thing in T. Scott’s early career.
^ von Trier?
@House — yes, Europa or as known in the US, Zentropa. A film I don’t remember liking at the time, I saw it years ago, but I surely remember those train tracks!
This one today :
I don’t know why. It was so intense.
Lisandro Alonso’s Liverpool
I cannot say I do not like Javier Bardem, even with that haircut.
Dreaming of better days…
Holy shit, it worked! MARRINNAAAAAA!!!
@Kate Oh lord I LOVE “The Vanishing” so much, I’m glad to stumble upon this gem in the Arts Library.
Hmm the scene that frequents my mind:
^^Great looking movie.
wow, what a refreshing question
i have the long take ending from Stalker in my head…exemplifies the glory of man
also i just went through and rated films ive seen from THIRTY PAGES!!!!!!!! im so addicted to films, and this site looks cool…wheres the introduction thread?
I watched THE KILLERS (1946) for about the 20th time the other night. Noir master Robert Siodmak is unsurpassed, in my view.
I won’t post an image, since probably everyone here is fully familiar with Woody Bredell’s stunning camera work.
In any case, the first ten minutes are as superb as anything ever projected on a screen:
A pair of hoodlums enter an all-night diner and begin menacing the staff and patrons.
“What’s the idea?” someone asks.
“There isn’t any idea,” says one of the hoods.
Then bad things happen.
Much of what Martin Scorsese has done well, and still more of what Q. Tarantino
wanted to do well, can be traced to this sequence.