Discussion in 'The CookingBites Cafe' started by flyinglentris, 4 Mar 2018.
Silent film in b/w. From 1927, Fritz Lang's Metropolis.
Being a movie fan, it could be a long list, but I will try to stop at the essentials that have had some impact for me.
Jules & Jim - F.Truffaut
Night effect - F. Truffaut
A man, a woman - C. Lelouch
Last tango in Paris - B.Bertolucci
Novecento - B.Bertolucci
Medea - Pier Paolo Pasolini
It's a wonderful life - F. Capra
Pocketful of Miracles - F. Capra
Frankenstein Junior - Mel Brooks
Spies like us - J.Landis
Jackie Brown - Quentin Tarantino
Pulp Fiction - Q. Tarantino
Smoke - W. Wang
Blue in the face - W. Wang
The Commitments - Alan Parker
Trainspotting - D. Boyle
The lives of others - german director, I don't remember the name
Paris, Texas - W.Wenders
Wings of Desire - W. Wenders
Some movies I enjoy watching over and over again, or just make me smile. Love the old b/w films.
Some like it hot
The postman always rings twice
Witness for the
So many great movies. Sure I'll remember more.
Highlander "there can be only one" Always brings a lump to my throat when Connor has to bury his 'bonnie wee Heather' knowing that every woman he loves is doomed to wither and die while he lives.
They Live "I've come here to chew bubblegum and kick arse. And I'm fresh out of bubblegum"
'When Harry met Sally'. I could watch at this movie over and over again and laugh over and over again. Great soundtrack too.
Same for 'The funeral party'. very funny.
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