Post by stefancrosscoe on May 31, 2017 10:28:50 GMT
I have seen 101 titles released this year:
Top 10: 01 - Groundhog Day 02 - Falling Down 03 - Last Action Hero 04 - Batman: Mask of the Phantasm 05 - Mad Dog and Glory 06 - Cliffhanger 07 - The Nightmare Before Christmas 08 - The Fugitive 09 - Grumpy Old Men 10 - The Visitors
Bottom 10: 01 - High Desert 02 - Magic Kid 03 - Splitting Heirs 04 - Night Terrors 05 - Beach Babes from Beyond 06 - Alien Intruder 07 - Private Wars 08 - Beyond the Law 09 - Point of Impact 10 - Sliver
For it is written: the inhabitants of the Earth have been made drunk with her blood. And I saw her sent upon a hairy beast and she held forth a golden chalice full of the filthiness of fornications. And upon her forehead was written: "Behold I am the great mother of harlots and all abominations of the Earth."
Ba Wang Bie Ji (Farewell, My Concubine) / Kaige Chen Falling Down / Joel Schumacher Flesh and Bone / Steven Kloves Groundhog Day / Harold Ramis Much Ado About Nothing / Kenneth Branagh Mui Du Du Xanh (Scent Of Green Papaya) / Anh Hung Tran Mrs. Doubtfire / Chris Columbus Naked / Mike Leigh Philadelphia / Jonathan Demme The Remains Of The Day / James Ivory Schindler’s List / Steven Spielberg Six Degrees of Separation / Fred Schepisi Madadayo / Akira Kurosawa
Bottom (no order)
Rising Sun / Philip Kaufman Dennis The Menace / Nick Castle Pumpkinhead 2: Blood Wings / Jeff Burr Teenage Bonnie And Klypto Clyde / John Shepphird Body Of Evidence / Uli Edel Darkman III: Die Darkman Die / Bradford May Sliver / Phillip Noyce Cyborg Cop / Sam Firstenberg Maniac Cop 3: Badge Of Silence / William Lustig and Joel Soisson Blackbelt II / Joe Mari Avellana and Kevin Tent Dracula Rising / Fred Gallo Scanners III: The Takeover / Chrisitan Duguay
1. Schindler's List 2. Groundhog Day 3. The Piano 4. Naked 5. Dave 6. Much Ado About Nothing 7. And the Band Played On 8. A Bronx Tale 9. Philadelphia 10. The Nightmare Before Christmas 11. Katharine Hepburn: All About Me
"The only security of all is in a free press." Thomas Jefferson to Lafayette, 1823
Post by FridayOnElmStreet on Jun 21, 2017 2:17:57 GMT
Top 10: 01 - Last Action Hero 02 - Super Mario Bros. (Yes. Im the guy who loves this film.) 03 - Addams Family Values 04 - Schindler's List 05 - Groundhog Day 06 - Loaded Weapon 1 07 - Striking Distance 08 - Hot Shots! Part Deux 09 - In the Name of the Father 10 - True Romance
Bottom 10: 01 - Death Dancers 02 - Even Cowgirls Get the Blues 03 - In the Dead of Winter 04 - Zero Patience 05 - The Day My Parents Ran Away 06 - Night Terrors 07 - The Nutcracker 08 - TC 2000 09 - Dracula Rising 10 - Sleepless in Seattle
Post by howardschumann on Oct 10, 2017 23:37:59 GMT
Searching for Bobby Fischer, US, 1993, Steve Zaillian A Bronx Tale, 1993, Robert de Niro Dave, 1993, Ivan Reitman Three Colors Trilogy, Blue, France, 1993, Kristov Kieslowski Groundhog Day, US, 1993, Harold Ramis Ruby in Paradise, US, 1993, Victor Nunez The Red Squirrel, Julio Medem, Spain, 1993 Bad Boy Bubby, 1993, Rolf de Heer
"Holding on to anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die”- Buddha
1. Jurassic Park. 2. Demolition Man. 3. Ninja Scroll. (Surprised no one has mentioned this cult classic anime) 4. Schindler's List. 5. Cliffhanger. 6. Batman Mask of the Phantasm. 7. The Nightmare Before Christmas. 8. Groundhog Day. 9. The Fugitive. 10. Crime Story. 11. Mrs Doubtfire. 12. Falling Down. 13. Tombstone. 14. Phildelphia. 15. Dave. 16. Dazed and Confused. 17. Cronos. (Guillermo Del Toro's debut and what a debut, loved this since i was a teen when i rented it) 18. Iron Monkey. 19. Grumpy Old Men. 20. Carlito's Way. 21. The Sandlot. 22. So i Married an Axe Murderer. 23. True Romance. 24. What's Eating Gilbert Grape. 25. The Dark Half.
Honorable mentions: Dragon The Bruce Lee Story. Hot Shots Part Deux. Last Action Hero. Menace II Society. Needful Things. Dario Argento's Trauma.
Guilty pleasures: Son in Law. Return of the Living Dead 3. Jason Goes to Hell. Robin Hood Men in Tights.
"Unicorn, mermaid, sorceress, vampire, gargoyle, werewolf, elf...no name you could give her would surprise or frighten me, i love whom i love"-Prince Lir in The Last Unicorn (book and movie).
Post by Toasted Cheese on Aug 16, 2018 7:19:41 GMT
REMAINS OF THE DAY SHORT CUTS THE AGE OF INNOCENCE JURASSIC PARK TRUE ROMANCE TOMBSTONE WHAT'S EATING GILBERT GRAPE ADAMS FAMILY VALUES THE PIANO A PERFECT WORLD DRAGON: THE BRUCE LEE STORY RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD III SHADOWLANDS THE MAN WITHOUT A FACE THE VANISHING MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
Don't you realize they're going to release a homicidal maniac.