Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by wayneklein, Nov 27, 2015.
The Perfect Getaway or A Perfect Getaway? I like the latter.
The critics panned Frank Miller's "The Spirit" but I like it a lot.
I want someone to eat cheese with
Oops I meant A Perfect Getaway from 2009 with Timothy Olyphant and Milla Jovovich.
Five Easy Pieces.
The Experiment (2010)
13 (The one with Jason Stratham)
Bad Lietenant: Port of Call New Orleans
Mike Nichols' Wolf (1994) with Jack Nicholson... I don't care what the critics say, I love it.
I love Modern Problems:
No one seems to like Hairspray (1988) as much as I do...
I recently listed that (in another thread) as one of my five favorite '70s movies. It may not be as great as Nashville and McCabe & Mrs. Miller, but it's my single favorite Altman film.
Yes! Great film. Nell Carter is awesome in that as the maid. Any film with Brian Doyle-Murray and Dabney Coleman is worth having in your DVD collection.
A film about the Great Depression, Japanese and German spies, a near sighted Duchess and the actors from The Wizard Of Oz at a hotel on the verge of bankruptcy. Ladies and Gentleman, the majesty that is 1981's Under The Rainbow!
Cross of Iron
Cross of Iron is in commonly found in the lists of top WWII films. Not a good candidate for this thread, but it is a really good film.
nobody I know likes it but me, I know it's not pc but I think it fits...............
No political correctness here. Maybe the title of this thread should be "Movies You Love That No One You Personally Know Does".
Point Break 2
Dreamer, Tim Matheson's Bowling "epic".
My impression is that it has grown beyond cult status at this point. It seems like, of all Altman's films, this has undergone the greatest re-evaluation. Which is VERY cool.
When the hell was there a sequel to Point Break...?
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