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Movies

Films I've watched. There's a relatively complete list here: Movies.Trail.

In the meantime, here's a random one:

To watch

This is a list of movies I intend to see sometime, along with brief reasons why I want to.

  • Ashura - looks to be a cool Eastern story/martial-arts film. 25062006
  • Battle Royale II - I saw and liked the original Battle Royale.
  • Before Sunset - Richard Linklater is awesome. Before Sunrise was fantastic, I wonder how good this is.
  • Casablanca - It's a classic.
  • Eraserhea - Lynch.
  • From Dusk Till Dawn - Tarantino.
  • Happiness - recommended to me by Gemma. Looks weird.
  • Howl's Moving Castle - Hayao Miyazaki
    • I saw //Spirited Away// not so long ago, and was wowed by it. Miyazaki is, apparently, an amazing anime maestro. This is a recent film of his.
  • If - don't know much about it, but it's firmly on my list: for some reason I see it as a historically important film. I think there is a reason for this.
  • Infernal Affairs - Hong Kong crime thriller that inspired The Departed?. It has two sequels.
  • Lolita - Gotta watch all the Kubrick.
  • Metropolis - original, and Rintaro 2001 anime.
  • Peeping Tom
    • Brought up by a friend. Looks interesting, and... meta. Huh. I said it.
  • The Science of Sleep - from the guy who did Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind?...
  • The Sound of Music
  • Soylent Green
    • Stumbled across it on wikipedia recently, and it rang a bell. Looks interesting too.
  • Traffic - related to Syriana?
  • Twin Peaks - David Lynch
  • What the #$*! Do We Know?!
    • On the subject of quantum physics, recommended by a tavern owner in Bristol while we were playing Monopoly there. Worth it just for the sheer unlikeliness of the recommendation and the situation.
    • Similar in style to Waking Life (Richard Linklater), which I liked a lot.
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