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People who added this item 1775  Average listal rating (1064 ratings) 7.5  IMDB Rating 7.8 
1. Fantasia (1940)
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Just gorgeous, looks and sounds amazing and is one of the great love letters to music
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People who added this item 221  Average listal rating (151 ratings) 7.2  IMDB Rating 7.5 
2. Eddie Murphy: Raw (1987)
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Watched this in Hi-Def on a 76” inch TV with a bunch of friends at about 3am on New Years Day. Makes me pine for the days that Murphy was genuinely funny. A-
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People who added this item 2224  Average listal rating (1346 ratings) 7.4  IMDB Rating 7.4 
3. The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)
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A perennial favourite, I kind of love the film but loathe its fan base.
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People who added this item 2329  Average listal rating (1579 ratings) 7.5  IMDB Rating 7.5 
4. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010)
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Love this film, it's such a great display of technical filmmaking and even though I have a few issues with the nature of the story it's got a lot of heart and a lot of style.
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People who added this item 7558  Average listal rating (4848 ratings) 6.8  IMDB Rating 7.3 
5. Spider-Man (2002)
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Still a lot of fun despite a few odd decisions. Dafoe is probably the film's secret weapon even if he spends half the movie obscured by his costume.
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People who added this item 6217  Average listal rating (4099 ratings) 6.7  IMDB Rating 7.4 
6. Spider-Man 2 (2004)
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Spider-Man 2 is still my favourite superhero film and watching it again does little to change that. Just a perfect mix of heart, humour and action.
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People who added this item 4639  Average listal rating (2894 ratings) 5.9  IMDB Rating 6.2 
7. Spider-Man 3 (2007)
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I love elements of the film and individual scenes and sequences are perhaps the best in the entire trilogy but it feels edited out of sequence and never really holds together and it’s undone by a largely wretched final twenty minutes (but I love the Jazz club dance)
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People who added this item 737  Average listal rating (517 ratings) 6.5  IMDB Rating 6.9 
8. The Last Boy Scout (1991)
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Feels more like a comedy with a few action sequences than an actual action comedy. Still Shane Black’s script is funny and Willis and Wayans make a fun team, but it feels like the least of Black’s films
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People who added this item 4888  Average listal rating (3100 ratings) 7.1  IMDB Rating 7.4 
9. Corpse Bride (2005)
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Weightless and inert and the songs aren't particularly good. Just generally disappointing aside from some fantastic design work. When compared to Coraline by Henry Sellick you start to realise who the real mastermind behind A Nightmare Before Christmas actually was.
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People who added this item 557  Average listal rating (269 ratings) 5.8  IMDB Rating 5.7 
10. Last Days (2005)
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Feels like a natural companion piece to Elephant, where by focusing on the banality of an important, and terrible day, it helps to give a human face to a tragedy. Really gripping stuff and fantastic central performance by Michael Pitt.
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People who added this item 4191  Average listal rating (2837 ratings) 7.5  IMDB Rating 7.9 
11. Iron Man (2008)
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Still a lot of fun, but it’s telling that it works better when Tony’s in his lab than when he’s busting heads.
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People who added this item 2505  Average listal rating (1645 ratings) 7.4  IMDB Rating 7.6 
12. The Royal Tenenbaums (2001)
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An all time favourite, the emotional beats still work, the script still sparkles, the film still looks flat out gorgeous.
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People who added this item 3166  Average listal rating (2063 ratings) 8.1  IMDB Rating 8.7 
13. The Usual Suspects (1995)
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Why can’t Singer make more films like this, so great and noiry. Although it's very much a one time only film, watching it again sort of feels odd due to the final reveal invalidating a lot of what you've just connected with.
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People who added this item 1068  Average listal rating (575 ratings) 6.7  IMDB Rating 7.1 
14. Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2002)
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Enjoyed this way more than I thought, really great showcase for Sam Rockwell as a lead and Clooney as a director.
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People who added this item 603  Average listal rating (373 ratings) 7.1  IMDB Rating 7.4 
15. Shallow Grave (1994)
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Loved this. Fan of Danny Boyle anyways but I liked how the relatively low budget tempered Boyle’s flair and focused the film on the fantastic script
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People who added this item 52  Average listal rating (27 ratings) 7  IMDB Rating 7.4 
16. Assembly (2007)
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Really brutal and visceral, but perhaps a little mawkish towards the end.
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People who added this item 153  Average listal rating (103 ratings) 7  IMDB Rating 7.2 
17. Loose Cannons (2010)
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Really sweet and funny Italian comedy, kind of a throwback at times but with some stunning cinematography and a lot of great performers.
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People who added this item 5100  Average listal rating (3409 ratings) 8.6  IMDB Rating 9.3 
18. The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
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Loved this, feel like it would make a great double bill with THE GRAND ILLUSION.
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People who added this item 1929  Average listal rating (1280 ratings) 6.2  IMDB Rating 6.8 
19. Bad Boys (1995)
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Not in the pantheon of good Bay films (like THE ROCK and BAD BOYS 2) and it feels like a collection of sketches with little connective tissue. Fantastic set pieces though
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People who added this item 4510  Average listal rating (3082 ratings) 7.7  IMDB Rating 8.5 
20. Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
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Surprised by how much I liked this. Just works incredibly well and looks amazing on Blu-Ray. Robert Patrick is the star of the show though and Hi-Def really accentuates his fantastic performance.
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People who added this item 458  Average listal rating (304 ratings) 5.9  IMDB Rating 6.4 
21. The Losers (2010)
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A lot of fun, but sort of meanders towards its climax. Great cast elevate it and Patrick and Evans are the MVPs
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People who added this item 587  Average listal rating (388 ratings) 6.2  IMDB Rating 6.3 
22. Repo Men (2010)
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It reminds me a lot of Daybreakers in that it does a fantastic job of world building and injecting some life into clichéd ideas. It’s also well served by Jude Law and Forest Whitaker who elevate a lot of the material. Let down by a bit of a clichéd, and cheap, denouement and a very flabby second act, but some of the set pieces in the film are just mental. In particular a weird homage to Oldboy involving hacksaws, knives and hammers is probably one of the most brutal fight sequences I’ve seen since Tom Yum Goong. Also loved the use of music, some fantastic audio choices and it’s always nice to see UNKLE get a little love. But the Director directed the shit out of the film, just looks and feels fantastic even if it’s ultimately hollow.
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People who added this item 1685  Average listal rating (1122 ratings) 5  IMDB Rating 5.1 
23. The Happening (2008)
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A comic masterpiece. An amazing blend of hilarious scripting, absurd acting and tensionless scares. Whalberg and Deschanel make the worst of a terrible script, sapping any semblance of humanity or rationality from their characters and their joined by a cast of characters defined solely by their inevitable deaths. At 90 minutes it is overlong, but it's worth the slog for its moments of glorious, grandstanding, stupidity. n
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People who added this item 2026  Average listal rating (1245 ratings) 7.2  IMDB Rating 7.8 
24. Road to Perdition (2002)
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Sam Mendes and Conrad Hall build this amazing, captivating, emotive world and then don’t find anything to do in it. Some great performances from Newman, Craig and Hanks almost distract from the languid pacing.

Thematically it’s a very slight film which would sing if it was a little shorter, as it is the pace kills the thing and nearly undoes a lot of good work. The amazing score by Thomas Newman both helps and hinders the film, giving it a dreamy quality which almost lulls the viewer.

Still the first and last fifteen minutes are kind of amazing, it's such a shame the film can't crystalise into something great.
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People who added this item 158  Average listal rating (75 ratings) 6.7  IMDB Rating 7.3 
25. Going to Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Sl... (2006)
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An intriguing, urbane and fun look at the rise and metamorphosis of the slasher film. Features some great interviews with legends such as Carpenter and Savini and is chock full of great anecdotes and fantastic clips.
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People who added this item 26  Average listal rating (20 ratings) 7.1  IMDB Rating 7.5 
26. Into Eternity: A Film for the Future (2010)
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Fascinating look into a complex designed to house radioactive waste. Feels almost like a Werner Herzog film at times. Lots of shots of underground corridors and an odd lack of scope do hurt the film a little though.
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People who added this item 516  Average listal rating (344 ratings) 6.5  IMDB Rating 6.8 
27. On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)
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Lazenby has the dubious honour of being my least favourite Bond in one of my favourite Bond films. Despite my general nonchalance towards the antipodean variant on Bond I kind of adore On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. In contrast to Lazenby’s kind of dorky portrayal of the character the film itself is kind of cool with a style and tone like a pure distillation of James Bond without reverting to the usual Bond tropes. Even the music is cool with the opening credits scored to John Barry’s groovy titular theme, which would become almost as iconic as the main Bond theme and a genuinely great use of Louis Armstrong. What OHMSS has going for it, more than anything else, is an unusual cadence.

Its loser and freer than pretty much any other entry in the series, with Lazenby playing Bond far more amoral than Connery. He’s a bit of a fuck up, and a bit of a sleaze in the film, but it works to give Lazenby a certain edge. His complicity with shadier characters and aptitude for arrogance and petulance almost makes him feel like a forebear to the harder Bond of the modern films.
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People who added this item 2654  Average listal rating (1688 ratings) 6.2  IMDB Rating 6.8 
28. Top Gun (1986)
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Kind of terrible, feels like we're watching a bunch of people being antagonistic for no real reason. Just never bought into the Top Gun ideal.
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People who added this item 1137  Average listal rating (789 ratings) 6.1  IMDB Rating 6.6 
29. Rocky IV (1985)
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Kind of took me by surprise how much I enjoyed this. Once the film goes into full montage mode it's just deleriously entertaining. I could do without the slower start as it feels like the film is designed to be a shot of pure adrenaline. I also found myself more sympathetic to Drago rather than Rocky.
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People who added this item 1084  Average listal rating (776 ratings) 6.5  IMDB Rating 6.6 
30. Commando (1985)
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So dumb, but so fun. This is probably the leanest, meanest Arnold film and it is just a blast to watch. The final thirty minutes is one of my all time favourite action sequences. It's also got a fantastic score by James Horner and fun turns from Vernon Wells and Dan Hedaya as the mail villains.
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People who added this item 2171  Average listal rating (1387 ratings) 6.5  IMDB Rating 7.2 
31. Kingdom of Heaven (2005)
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So BORING. Edward Norton and Eva Green are perhaps the MVPs of the film, but I'd have preferred the film to deal more with the political stuff around Baldwin than an hour long, very unexciting, battle sequence.
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People who added this item 654  Average listal rating (373 ratings) 7.7  IMDB Rating 7.6 
32. Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979)
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More like a fever dream than anything else, Herzog builds an insistent sense of claustrophobic dread. Klaus Kinski in particular is a highlight as Count Orlock, managing to avoid his usual psychosis and quirks and deliver a creepy and intimidating performance.
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People who added this item 316  Average listal rating (189 ratings) 6.7  IMDB Rating 6.6 
33. The Prophecy (1995)
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Way better than I was expecting. Hampered a little by lack of budget, but this is a fun B-Movie elevated massively by a great script and a cast of utterly fantastic genre actors. Virgina Madsen, Eric Stoltz and Elias Koteas all do great work but Christopher Walken as the main villain of the film steals the show. Viggo Mortensen with a small role as Lucifer is extraordinary as well, doing a lot with an exceptionally small amount of screen time.
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People who added this item 1200  Average listal rating (719 ratings) 7.1  IMDB Rating 7.3 
34. The Ghost Writer (2010)
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A fantastically tense thriller. Does amazing work building up tension without any real action and is a great showcase for Ewan McGreggor, Pierce Brosnan and Olivia Williams. It's nice seeing McGreggor with a decent script again and it's probably one of his finest roles since his work with Boyle. Brosnan meanwhile brings a frustrated tension to his character, portraying Lang like a trapped animal.

With an amazing score, some beautiful cinematography and a fantastic final fifteen minutes this is probably one of the best thrillers in a while.
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People who added this item 4131  Average listal rating (2651 ratings) 8  IMDB Rating 8.2 
35. Trainspotting (1996)
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Bleak, frentic, hilarious, brutal.

Still one of the best films of the 1990s and probably the overall strongest work by Danny Boyle. It’s a film populated by scumbags, set in the midst of a cultural quagmire and yet it feels utterly vital. Combining an amazing soundtrack with a lyrical translation of Irvine Welsh’s original book the film just pulses with energy and never shies away from the harsher realities of heroin addiction. The entire cast is excellent but Jonny Lee Miller and Ewan McGreggor are perhaps the stand outs, perfectly capturing the intelligence and malaise of Welsh’s characters. Robert Carlyle is bruisingly terrifying as the psychopathic Begbie but the real star is Boyle’s assured direction.

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People who added this item 1437  Average listal rating (989 ratings) 6.8  IMDB Rating 7.3 
36. Sunshine (2007)
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SUNSHINE, on second viewing, is genuinely great. I know a bunch of people HATE the third act but I kind of like how the struggle for survival in the film essentially changes from being pragmatic to philosophical. Also the score is amazing. Just gorgeous.
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People who added this item 1450  Average listal rating (925 ratings) 8  IMDB Rating 8.1 
37. Dog Day Afternoon (1975)
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Kind of amazing. Probably one of the best Pacino performances I've seen. He's amazingly complex as Sonny. The film itself is fantastic, just tensely shot, nicely scathing of people and society and refreshingly funny. It's film making at it's finest.
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People who added this item 950  Average listal rating (612 ratings) 6.6  IMDB Rating 7.2 
38. Born on the Fourth of July (1989)
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To overblown for my tastes. I'm usually a fan of Oliver Stone, but his characters just feel screechy in this. It's a great performance by Tom Cruise, but he doesn't have the presence to really make the time spent with a character as repulsive as Kovic bearable. Stone's direction and in particular his use of colour is fantastic, but there's an overwhelming sense of melancholy to the film which kind of clashes with the style of the movie.
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People who added this item 407  Average listal rating (246 ratings) 7.2  IMDB Rating 7.3 
39. The Way Back (2010)
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Halfway through the film I was getting worried that this might be the worst misstep Weir, a personal favourite director of mine, had made. At the end of the film despite a few misgivings I'd rank this up there with the best of his work. It's definitely better than FEARLESS at least.

The problem is that the first half is just twitchy and rushed feeling. Despite the plot being relatively simple and being the sort of thing that would favour lots of character development the film feels populated by ciphers. Essentially the film is about a bunch of political (and non-political) prisoners escaping from a Gulag in Siberia in 1939 and walking to India. However the film only really comes alive and makes you feel for these characters after we've spent at least two thirds of the film with them. The problem is that the editing murders the film at times, scenes just going on a second too long and not really connecting with what went before or what goes after. Essentially the first hour of the film feels like it has no connective tissue and as such the ardous trek through Russia feels airless and weightless. You don't get a sense of time or place and whilst Weir films the vistas of Siberia with great aplomb the panoramas ultimately outweigh the cast.

The cast is injected with life by the late arrival of Saoirse Ronan who breathes life into the film and wakes Ed Harris from the hypnotic stupor he's in for the first hour. Ronan gives a sense of warmth and community to the group and it's through her that we start to actually, y'know, like the people we're following. Which is good because the second half is almost completely reliant on you rooting for these guys as they go through hell after hell to finish their journey.

Ronan's reinvogaration of the cast really helps the film storm from a limp to a sprint.
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People who added this item 1767  Average listal rating (1159 ratings) 7.3  IMDB Rating 7.8 
40. The Game (1997)
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It's a middling Fincher film. It's nowhere near as good as his classics like Se7en, Fight Club and Zodiac, but it's well above some of his more soulless affairs like Benjamin Button and Panic Room. Michael Douglas is definitely the MVP of the film, but Fincher shows a gift for Hitchcockian suspense and there's a fantastic sense of humour that runs through it's heart. It's also possibly the most positive Fincher take on humanity and the ending feels uncharacteristically uplifting.
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People who added this item 3  Average listal rating (2 ratings) 7.5  IMDB Rating 7.6 
41. The Promise: The Making of Darkness on the E... (2010)
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A genuinely fascinating look at the making of Darkness on the Edge of Town. First tracing the legal wranglings that stopped Bruce Springsteen making a record immediately following the runaway success of Born to Run and then showcasing the meticulous writing and recording process of the album this documentary is remarkably candid and full of fantastic clips from the production. In fact it's worth watching just to see Bruce and Steve working on soon to be aborted songs on the piano. Well worth watching for any fans of Springsteen or music in general.
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People who added this item 4628  Average listal rating (3234 ratings) 6.4  IMDB Rating 6.9 
42. Independence Day (1996)
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Slow as molasses, populated with vacuous people and made with an almost sociopathic disregard for humanity. The main issue with the film is that it's neither interesting or cinematic, in fact it's a generally quite flat with the occasional great moment.
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People who added this item 4313  Average listal rating (2952 ratings) 6.2  IMDB Rating 6.6 
43. Armageddon (1998)
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Slow as molasses, populated with vacuous people and made with an almost sociopathic disregard for humanity. However the difference between Armageddon and Independence Day is that Michael Bay has a filmmakers eye, if not heart, and fully embraces how innately silly the film is. It's filled with great, quirky, performances and just has a tone that is almost comic book like.
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People who added this item 2416  Average listal rating (1574 ratings) 7.9  IMDB Rating 8.1 
44. The King's Speech (2010)
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A charming and genuinely funny film which showcases the genuine talents of Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush. Firth in particular has slowly being building himself a catalogue of fantastic leading performances and whilst his performance in this as Prince Albert doesn't feel as nuanced as his role in A Single Man it's still a captivating central performance. He's helped a lot by assured direction from Tom Hooper and great supporting turns by Helena Bonham-Carter (delivering the most interesting work she's done in a decade), Guy Pierce, Michael Gambon and Derek Jacobi. The film's secret weapon however is Rush who never overshadows Firth but provides a fantastic counterpoint to the lead performance.
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People who added this item 234  Average listal rating (163 ratings) 7.3  IMDB Rating 7.7 
45. The Dinner Game (1998)
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Just a fantastic farce. A delightful madcap comedy which focuses on a somewhat jaded publisher. Every Wednesday he and his friends hold an idiot dinner in which they bring the stupidest person they can find to be mocked. Having found what he believes to be the prize idiot of all he invites him to his home and then watches as his life slowly unravels. Blessed with a kind heart the idiot tries to help as best he can and each attempt to help exacerbates an already out of control situation.
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People who added this item 699  Average listal rating (491 ratings) 5.5  IMDB Rating 5.9 
46. Universal Soldier (1992)
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Holds up better than I expected it to, but it's still kind of not great. Dolph Lungdren makes the film work, but in reality it's an action movie with kind of insubstantial action. One of the best surprises is Ally Walker who is a lot of fun as the main romantic interest.
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People who added this item 121  Average listal rating (78 ratings) 5.6  IMDB Rating 5.7 
47. The Prophecy II (1998)
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The first film was a genuine surprise. I was expecting crap and I got greatness. This is just depressing and inert. Even Walken seems to not really care. It just feels like it has no style or sense of itself.
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People who added this item 28  Average listal rating (18 ratings) 7.2  IMDB Rating 7.7 
48. La Soufrière (1977)
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Genuinely fascinating. Werner Herzog travels to an island recently evacuated due to an upcoming volcanic eruption. His roving camera catches a deserted town and a sea full of dead snakes. The footage is haunting and Herzog's historical research on a similar subject is intriguing but it feels more like an exercise than a fully formed film.
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People who added this item 87  Average listal rating (52 ratings) 8  IMDB Rating 7.6 
49. The White Diamond (2004)
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There's a moment close to the start of this documentary which switches its tone from a standard documentary to an almost perfect representation of Werner Herzog as a documentary maker. Starting with a brief montage about the birth of manned flight and the death of Zeppelins the documentary quickly cuts into the lab of a British inventor named Graham Dorrington. Dorrington gives us a tour around the lab, his energy infectious like a children's TV presenter as he takes us through experiments designed to test his prototype flying machine. Dorrington stops his preamble and beams into the camera waiting for a cut, Herzog keeps filming and asks about two missing fingers on Dorrington's hand. Dorrington explains about an accident when he was a boy with a rocket and is obviously flustered, finally saying "and that's why I can't be an astronaut" his eyes wide with fear and apprehension.

That gets to the heart of The White Diamond which is one part a documentary about an attempt to fly a prototype air ship across the canopies of an African jungle and one part examination of a man who is haunted by past mistakes. There's an ethereal quality to Dorrington at times and Herzog knows exactly when to push his subject and exactly when to allow his camera to rove elsewhere. Capturing the characters who make up the local populace to better flesh out the feel of the film. Like Grizzly Man and the majority of Herzog's fictional work this film is largely about obsession and about the loss of sight of a man on a mission, Dorrington almost oblivious to the stories that Herzog keeps finding around them.
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People who added this item 618  Average listal rating (428 ratings) 7.9  IMDB Rating
50. The Searchers (1956)
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Just an amazing experience and a fantastic showcase for the particular talents of John Ford and John Wayne. John Wayne is perfect as the man almost out of time, hardened and resolved to a point that clashes with his younger companions idealism. John Ford shoots the film with an understated humanity, playing out scenes which could be melodramatic with restraint and allowing humour and pathos to swell naturally from his script.
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Posted: 3 years, 3 months ago at May 7 11:04
I haven't watched a single film yet this year, and you've ploughed through over 200! This is madness!
Posted: 3 years, 3 months ago at May 27 22:07
I Saw the Devil was amazing!

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