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What Recent Movies Have Really ''Done It'' For You?

Old 11-24-07, 09:49 PM
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In order ...

Cruel Winter Blues
Ergo Proxy (though not a film, a phenomenal series)
Transformers (yeah, I like Bay's brainless babble .. it's well done babble!!)
Sunflower
Pan's Labyrinth
The Host (Gwoemul)
Love and Honor (Bushi no Ichibun)
Miami Vice (yeah, I liked it)
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Having seen I'm Not There a couple of days ago, I still can't get it out of my head.
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The movie OP's mom and I made over Thanksgiving was one that really did for me!

The Departed
Children of Men
Zodiac
POTC: DMC and EOTW
United 93
An Inconvenient Truth
V for Vendetta
Knocked Up
Superbad
Ratatouille
American Gangster
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Children of Men
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Pan's Labyrinth
Volver
Little Children
Perfume
A Scanner Darkly
Adam's Apples
The Stratosphere Girl (Okay, maybe not too recent, but it is haunting me like a vague song in the depths of my mind)
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Children of Men
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
No Country for Old Men
Pan's Labyrinth
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Which one? Redacted or Holy Mountain? If possible, can you put in a spoiler stating what you thought was mind bending about it.....without giving too much away.
Holy Mountain. Seriously. If you don't like experimental film, don't watch it.
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Futurama the Movie: Bender's Big Score (direct to DVD): With all the fart and penis jokes, and the digs at Family Guy and the Fox network, it's still the most intellectually-stimulating film to have come out of the US in the past months. And the extras are pretty cool.

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Children of Men is probably the last one that tired me out. Before that, it was the Lord of the Rings movies. I just feel mentally exhausted after watching them.

I also watch (and was amazed by) The Barbarian Invasions awhile back ... not a current movie, but worth mentioning since it plays on IFC all of the time, and that was the first time I ever heard of it.

Then there's some regulars.

So I guess my list would be...

Planet Terror
300
The Departed
Children of Men
The Barbarian Invasions
Miami Vice (it's one of the couple movies that I've rewatched lately)

Southland Tales was very memorable. But I can't call it satisfying.

I guess I need to see The Prestige. I have kind of passed it off.

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