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Old 03-17-05, 10:14 PM
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What's the 10 best recent dvds that I might have never heard of?

I re signed up for netflix and am intrested in renting some awsome movies that I might have never heard of, but yet are awsome movies.... I mainly like horror and dark drama's... Comedies are good too.... Any recommendations?
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Old 03-17-05, 10:47 PM
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Well, I hear "The Incredibles" is pretty horrific.
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Old 03-18-05, 01:44 AM
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Try These:

1. PICCADILLY -Great Silent from 1929, starring the luminous Anna May Wong!
2. The RIVER - Criterion, Jean Renoir's gorgeous India set version of the novel
3. LEGONG, DANCE of the VIRGIN-part doc, part travelouge, all Bali, amazing!
4. ED WOOD - If u dont have this RUN...get it now! GO!! Why r u still here??
5. PARIS, TEXAS - Wim Wenders best, Harry Dean Stanton's best AND
Nastasja Kinski!
6. HELL's ANGELS - Howard Hughes epic, for the epic dog fights. People died!
7. YOUTH OF THE BEAST -Seijin Suzuki! Japan 60's supercool! Criterion baby!
8. ONE FROM The HEART - Coppola's underrated mess, with Tom Waits in 5.1
surround AND (see above) Nastassja Kinski!
9. SKY CAPTAIN and the WORLD of TOMORROW - Awesome effects, cool-ass
popcorn movie!
10.MILLENIUM MAMBO - Hypnotically beautiful film, starrin the hypnotically
beautiful Shu Qi. Quiet and mesmerising, let the film wash over you.


Oh, and Shu Qi is the new Nastassja Kinski!
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Old 03-18-05, 03:34 AM
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The Thing - Anamorphic (Carpenter)

sorry, that's all i got.
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I highly recommend American Friend and Elegy to Violence (Fighting Elegy), by Wenders and Suzuki, respectively.
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Old 03-18-05, 05:54 AM
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Here's a few lists that might help you:

Top Ten DVDs that you (probably) missed in 2004 (by yours truely):

http://www.dvdtalk.com/features/003576.html

Top 10 DVDs (Probably) Not on Any Other Top 10 List:

http://www.dvdtalk.com/features/003577.html

Top Ten Overlooked DVDs of 2004:

http://www.dvdtalk.com/features/003569.html


You can check out all of the lists that DVDTalk reviewers made at the end of last year and see our top 20 for 2004 here:

http://www.dvdtalk.com/features/003579.html

Hope this helps.
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DEAD BIRDS.
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These are all pretty good, and I do not think many people have seen them:





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