Your top five favorite films

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Your top five favorite films

Post by MoodySheets » Sun Sep 04, 2011 10:39 am

I'm sure it's hard to pick only five of your favorite films but because we're all Korine fans, which obviously means we have somewhat radical film tastes, I'm super curious...


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Re: Your top five favorite films

Post by Chad » Thu Sep 08, 2011 5:12 am

Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid
The Last Waltz
Johnny Guitar
Out of The Blue
Lost In Translation

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Re: Your top five favorite films

Post by Brandon... » Fri Sep 09, 2011 7:10 am

the hart of london
sins of the fleshapoids
napoléon (1927)
the falls
faces

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Re: Your top five favorite films

Post by Chad » Sat Sep 10, 2011 3:15 am

Your attempt to name 5 films so obscure that no one on the board has heard of them has failed. I've seen Faces.

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Re: Your top five favorite films

Post by Boogie » Sat Sep 10, 2011 6:17 pm

God's angry man
thin red line
the carter documentary- Lil Wayne
Comedian- jerry seinfeld
Above the Below- david blaine


I've named the following as films I continually watch more often than others. Top five for the meantime.

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Re: Your top five favorite films

Post by JulienDonkeyHumpers » Sun Sep 11, 2011 7:57 pm

seeing as people are totally disregarding the other thread i'll join in

eraserhead
gummo
the cook the thief his wife and her lover
taxi driver
satantango

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Re: Your top five favorite films

Post by baal » Mon Sep 12, 2011 2:02 am

naked
hail mary
fucking amal
miami vice
beau travail

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Re: Your top five favorite films

Post by Brandon... » Mon Sep 12, 2011 8:41 am

Chad wrote:Your attempt to name 5 films so obscure that no one on the board has heard of them has failed. I've seen Faces.
pardon me for not taking into account what the board considers too obscure before putting them up. seeing as "lost in translation" managed to make your top 5 you have no real leg to stand on.

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Re: Your top five favorite films

Post by Alaric » Tue Sep 13, 2011 3:29 am

Naked
Repo man
Sans soleil
Tree of life
Gummo
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Re: Your top five favorite films

Post by Johnny Boy » Tue Sep 13, 2011 6:51 am

Brandon... wrote:
Chad wrote:Your attempt to name 5 films so obscure that no one on the board has heard of them has failed. I've seen Faces.
pardon me for not taking into account what the board considers too obscure before putting them up. seeing as "lost in translation" managed to make your top 5 you have no real leg to stand on.
It would make my top five. Just saying.

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Re: Your top five favorite films

Post by Brandon... » Wed Sep 14, 2011 5:17 am

JulienDonkeyHumpers wrote:seeing as people are totally disregarding the other thread i'll join in

eraserhead
gummo
the cook the thief his wife and her lover
taxi driver
satantango
the cook the thief his wife and her lover is a great movie

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Re: Your top five favorite films

Post by Chad » Wed Sep 14, 2011 8:34 am

Brandon... wrote:
Chad wrote:Your attempt to name 5 films so obscure that no one on the board has heard of them has failed. I've seen Faces.
pardon me for not taking into account what the board considers too obscure before putting them up. seeing as "lost in translation" managed to make your top 5 you have no real leg to stand on.

hmm, it seems that didn't come off as tongue & cheek as I mean't it too. Sorry dude I was just messing around.

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Re: Your top five favorite films

Post by Brandon... » Thu Sep 15, 2011 8:28 am

Chad wrote:
Brandon... wrote:
Chad wrote:Your attempt to name 5 films so obscure that no one on the board has heard of them has failed. I've seen Faces.
pardon me for not taking into account what the board considers too obscure before putting them up. seeing as "lost in translation" managed to make your top 5 you have no real leg to stand on.

hmm, it seems that didn't come off as tongue & cheek as I mean't it too. Sorry dude I was just messing around.
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Re: Your top five favorite films

Post by Ocioso » Thu Nov 10, 2011 1:44 am

changes every few years,but...I'll only name two,because the rest are a bunch of 'too close' :)

Paper Moon by Peter Bogdanovich
Buffalo '66 by Vincent Gallo

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