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Werner Herzog's films

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by dreamwhip, Nov 25, 2008.

  1. townsend

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    Now streaming on hulu
     
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  5. Denim Chicken

    Denim Chicken Dayman, fighter of the Nightman

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    I finally watched Fitzcarraldo last month and liked it a lot. Other than that one, I’ve only seen Grizzly Man.
     
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  6. Fastnbulbous

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    If you like Fitcarraldo you'll surely like Aguirre, Wrath of God as well. Kinski was a complete loon but Herzog got some incredible performances out of him.

    Herzog subtly invokes Kinski in Grizzly Man in a scene where Treadwell is ranting and raving. VO: "I have seen this kind of thing before..."
     
  7. Denim Chicken

    Denim Chicken Dayman, fighter of the Nightman

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    I see that it’s available to watch on Prime. Will definitely check it out.

    I loved Kinski in Fitzcarraldo. It was the first movie I’ve seen him in but he has a face that is so interesting and his acting was very charismatic to me. I’m really glad I finally watched it. It was one of those films I always heard about but never knew anyone who had seen it.
    One bright side of being at home so much now, I’m watching films I normally would ever get around to trying out.
     
  8. jlocke08

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    many of his recent documentaries are extremely enjoyable films. Encounters at the End Of The World especially.
     
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  9. TwentySmallCigars

    TwentySmallCigars Forum Resident

    I thought his remake of Nosferatu was fantastic.

    It's risky to remake an iconic film and rarely successful but he (and Klaus) pulled it off.
     
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  10. Scope J

    Scope J Senior Member

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    It is indeed
     
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  11. Scope J

    Scope J Senior Member

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    Has anyone seen Family Romance LLC?
     
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    I haven't seen any real mention of his appearance in "Jack Reacher" (2012) as the Zec, but the combination
    of his voice and his face made a remarkable villain. He's only in 5 or 6 scenes, but is terrific in them...
     
  13. teodoro

    teodoro Forum Resident

    I did and I enjoyed it as a typical crazy with a method Herzog documentary...
     
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  15. Leviethan

    Leviethan Forum Resident

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    Cave of Forgotten Dreams was stunning. It’s the only film I’ve made a point to see in 3D.

    His turn in the Mandalorian made the show for me. “we will all be quiet!”
     
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