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People who added this item 159  Average listal rating (121 ratings) 5.8  IMDB Rating
75. Lapland Odyssey (2010)
27.12.
DVD, 1st viewing
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People who added this item 3759  Average listal rating (2447 ratings) 7.6  IMDB Rating
74. Ratatouille (2007)
27.12.
Digibox, re-watch
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People who added this item 1821  Average listal rating (1126 ratings) 8.1  IMDB Rating 8.3 
73. Raging Bull (1980)
26.12.
TV, 1st viewing
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People who added this item 980  Average listal rating (587 ratings) 7.8  IMDB Rating 7.9 
72. Miller's Crossing (1990)
26.12.
DVD, 1st viewing
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People who added this item 75  Average listal rating (55 ratings) 5.6  IMDB Rating 6.9 
71. Christmas Story (2007)
25.12.
DVD, re-watch
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People who added this item 1561  Average listal rating (1020 ratings) 7.3  IMDB Rating 7.6 
70. The Meaning of Life (1983)
22.12.
Digibox, 1st viewing
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People who added this item 364  Average listal rating (218 ratings) 8  IMDB Rating 8.1 
69. The Virgin Spring (1960)
19.12.
DVD, 1st viewing


I was undecided if I should give it a 3.5 or a 4.0 but I'll be nice today and give it the extra half-star for (once again) outstanding photography by Sven Nykvist. The sound design was fantastic as well: bird calls, the rooster crowing, etc.

It's a pretty straight-forward, story-centered film for Ingmar Bergman which isn't a bad thing. But still I think it was a bit too grim for its own good (although I chuckled a bit at the end: gee, thanks God, you allowed me to kill those who raped and murdered my daughter, I'll build you a church!).

Also, lesson learned: in case you plan to rape and murder a girl, don't try and sell her clothes to her parents. Especially if the father is Max von Sydow.


Sauna comes first.
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People who added this item 287  Average listal rating (172 ratings) 8  IMDB Rating 7.9 
68. Mon Oncle (1958)
18.12.
DVD, 1st viewing


It's only the second Tati film I've seen but he's already becoming one of my heroes. Incredible eye for details and fantastic mise-en-scene. Brilliant satire that does not falter into being cynic at all. It creates an absolutely charming world during two hours of a film.

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People who added this item 279  Average listal rating (181 ratings) 7.2  IMDB Rating 7.2 
67. Le Havre (2011)
08.12.
Cinema, 1st viewing


Funny, sweet and atmospheric. Didn't flow quite perfectly and the ending was a bit odd but it sure was a great movie nevertheless.

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People who added this item 1894  Average listal rating (1189 ratings) 8.6  IMDB Rating 8.9 
66. 12 Angry Men (1957)
27.11.
TV, re-watch


Still bloody fantastic. I love films that have simple premises but lots of layers to the screenwriting and/or directing. The moment when that bead of sweat emerges on the forehead of Juror #4 is magical. As well as when the rain starts.

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People who added this item 994  Average listal rating (600 ratings) 8.4  IMDB Rating 8.4 
65. Bicycle Thieves (1948)
06.11.
TV, 1st viewing


Freaking brilliant! Fascinating film in that the plot is very minimal and mundane yet the film sets out to be such a multi-layered, thought-provoking drama. Lamberto Maggiorani makes an incredible, unforgettable performance as the anxious father whose bicycle, required for his job, is stolen.

The ending is just spellbinding.

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People who added this item 124  Average listal rating (81 ratings) 8.2  IMDB Rating 8.1 
64. Inspector Palmu's Error (1960)
01.11.
TV, 1st viewing


A fairly entertaining, humorous detective film with a cosy atmosphere. Great cinematography. I think I prefer the sequel Kaasua, Komisario Palmu though. The ending here was a bit anti-climactic but then again it was a sort of funny way to close it. Also the sound quality kinda sucks and I had occasionally hard time making out what the people were saying.

Elina Salo's really pretty btw.

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People who added this item 1053  Average listal rating (637 ratings) 8.6  IMDB Rating 8.6 
63. City Lights (1931)
30.10.
TV, 1st viewing


For me, City Lights succeeds where The Kid disappointed me: in combining melodrama and comedy into a beautiful film. I can see how Aki Kaurismäki (who chose this film to be aired on the Yle Teema TV channel on its anniversary week) must've been greatly influenced by it: romantic comedy with dark social undertones.

The ending was nothing but magnificent. The tramp staring into his loved one's eyes after his time in jail. Definitely one of the most touching scenes in cinema.


Virginia Cherrill was brilliant in her role as well
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People who added this item 352  Average listal rating (191 ratings) 7.7  IMDB Rating 7.3 
62. House (1977)
29.10.
PC, 1st viewing


My Halloween pick this year. I'm really not sure at all what the fuck I should rate this (so 3.5 it is). It's definitely one of the most confusing films I've seen. Amazingly shot, bat-shit insane and borderline annoying.

I don't know. Excuse me, I'll go looking for my brain.


Loved the sets.
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People who added this item 208  Average listal rating (113 ratings) 8.4  IMDB Rating 8.2 
61. Red Beard (1965)
27.10.
DVD, 1st viewing


While it felt a bit too long at three hours, I think the length helped to root for the characters and get into the feel of the movie. A beautifully told story of humanity and caring. I like Mifune when he's not overacting.



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People who added this item 266  Average listal rating (154 ratings) 8  IMDB Rating 8.3 
60. Safety Last! (1923)
25.10.
Digibox, 1st viewing


'Twas alright, but Harold Lloyd doesn't quite have the body movement of Chaplin, the stone-face of Keaton or the charisma of either. Definitely not bad for 1923 though.

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People who added this item 2433  Average listal rating (1640 ratings) 7.1  IMDB Rating 7.6 
59. Die Hard: With a Vengeance (1995)
22.10.
TV, 1st viewing


Incredibly entertaining: Bruce Willis with the best hangover of all time paired with Samuel L. muthafucking Jackson and Jeremy Irons being a badass German villain (I think I prefer Simon Gruber to Hans Gruber). The first half of it was on par with the first film.

The ending was a lackluster though. Also it was maybe a bit too ridiculous for its own good but what can you expect from a mid-nineties action film.

Tony Halme spotted.

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People who added this item 230  Average listal rating (139 ratings) 6.7  IMDB Rating 5.8 
58. Vampire's Kiss (1988)
08.10.
PC, 1st viewing


What on earth did I sit through? Truly a mindfuck film like no else. NICOLAS CAGE losing his shit because of a lost contract, harrassing his secretary, getting sexually aroused by a fucking BAT, turning into a vampire, shouting out I'M A VAMPIRE repeatedly while running, spontaneously catching a pigeon under his suit, wearing plastic vampire teeth for absolutely no reason, carrying a huge piece of wood while roaming the streets looking retarded...

Just really surreal and hilarious. A lot to quote. The Citizen Kane of vampire movies.

A B C D E F G H I...


Alva's fucked.
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People who added this item 2077  Average listal rating (1429 ratings) 7.8  IMDB Rating 7.8 
57. Drive (2011)
07.10.
Cinema, 1st viewing


OK, I went to see it knowing almost nothing about it or Nicolas Winding Refn. All I knew was that it won the "best director" price at Cannes and that one shouldn't watch its trailer for its mismarketing and spoiling nature. So I decided that I won't read anything about it to avoid spoiling the fun and just expected to see a good film.

And boy did I love this movie! The atmosphere is full of danger, coolness and thrill (akin to Taxi Driver). I loved the romance part of it as well for it was very subtle and because Carey Mulligan is one of the prettiest American actresses at the moment. Ryan Gosling made an incredibly cool performance, I couldn't help thinking about young Robert De Niro. Also the soundtrack by Cliff Martinez was dreamy and fantastic.

So basically it's Bullitt, Lost Highway, Taxi Driver and Lost in Translation together in a beautiful harmony. Freaking loved it!


The only guy ever to inspire me to get myself a scorpion jacket and some toothpicks.
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People who added this item 761  Average listal rating (458 ratings) 8  IMDB Rating 8.1 
56. Chungking Express (1994)
01.10.
DVD, 1st viewing


Such a fantastically charming and beautifully coloured film. Basically, I loved all the characters - especially Faye who just became one of my all-time favorite film characters. I wouldn't mind her breaching into my apartment!

I loved how 'free' it felt. Like Godard but more honest.

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People who added this item 172  Average listal rating (88 ratings) 7.7  IMDB Rating 7.8 
55. Poetry (2010)
20.09.
Cinema, 1st viewing


Because there had to be a positive surprise to make up for the few minor cases of disappointment!

Just an absolutely beautifully written drama with a whole lot of layers, great character development and fantastic acting. It's a rare thing for me to come across a "straight-up" story-telling drama movie that is this immersive and genuinely touching.

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People who added this item 456  Average listal rating (254 ratings) 7.6  IMDB Rating 7.6 
54. 13 Assassins (2010)
19.09.
Cinema, 1st viewing


A slight disappointment maybe. In terms of plot and atmosphere, it was a pretty basic samurai epic but still really well done. The 45-minute battle final was intense and pretty interesting throughout. Some irritating cliché dialogue and writing here and there but overall it was a great film experience.

What made the film stand out was the symbolic quality of the 13th assassin. Did he really exist? I thought that was a very good idea.

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People who added this item 764  Average listal rating (487 ratings) 8.3  IMDB Rating 8.4 
53. The Kid (1921)
17.09.
DVD, 1st viewing


Surprisingly it was not all that funny, more of a melodrama actually.

Jackie Coogan had a great performance in it but overall the film just doesn't quite have the genius choreographies of his later films. The weakest Chaplin film I've seen so far but still a pretty good one.

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People who added this item 143  Average listal rating (79 ratings) 7  IMDB Rating 7.1 
52. Cold Fish (2010)
16.09.
Cinema, 1st viewing


What a ridiculously brilliant and pitch-blackly comical film! Never have I laughed at dismemberment, rape and domestic violence this much, I think. So over-the-top.

A bit too long maybe but I'll let it have the +0,5 cinema bonus.


Winner of the annual "Dad of the Year" prize, 2010
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People who added this item 1508  Average listal rating (802 ratings) 6.9  IMDB Rating 6.7 
51. The Tree of Life (2011)
13.09.
Cinema, 1st viewing


Holy mother of God, this film left me without words. The music, the sunlight, the water, the faces, the grass, the space, the nature. Imagine life contained within a film. Because this film actually gets pretty close in managing to do that.

Seriously, almost every frame of it is absolutely beautiful. It may have been a tad too long but it has so many six-star moments that rating this any lower than a fiver would've felt like underestimating it. Definitely the most intensive experience I've had in a movie theatre, and one of my top film experiences overall.

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People who added this item 335  Average listal rating (182 ratings) 7.8  IMDB Rating 7.9 
50. The Asphalt Jungle (1950)
11.09.
TV, 1st viewing


A nice enough heist film with a cool '50s atmosphere. It didn't quite have the thrill and the twisted, interesting characters that I most like about the best film noirs I've seen (The Third Man, Touch of Evil..).

So yeah, nothing really revolutionary or remarkably memorable here but it's entertaining, well acted and finely shot.



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People who added this item 743  Average listal rating (430 ratings) 7.7  IMDB Rating 7.7 
49. Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (2002)
20.08.
Digibox, 1st viewing


A relentless and violent revenge film with a touch of black humour. Splendidly written, well-acted and shot beautifully. A bit over-the-top with all the murder but it's just a really entertaining film that also manages to have a message to it.


Loved Bae Doo-na
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People who added this item 1590  Average listal rating (932 ratings) 7.1  IMDB Rating 7.2 
48. Elephant (2003)
15.08.
DVD, 1st viewing


I may have missed the point but I didn't think this film was much up to anything. If its intention is to make the viewer root for any of the characters, it essentially fails for there's no real character development and everything just feels distant.

Not bad though, it has an original atmosphere to it and some personal use of camera. The shoot-out feels intense but the build-up just could've been more interesting.

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People who added this item 931  Average listal rating (671 ratings) 6.1  IMDB Rating 6.5 
47. Hot Shots! Part Deux (1993)
15.08.
DVD, re-watch


Not as funny as it was back in the TIMES but.. it still has Charlie fucking SHEEN with a ridiculous haircut in it. My favorite moments were the hilarious romance scenes and the dude who's going to buy a big-ass house and blow it up when he's done with the payment.

Stupid as fuck film - which is both a pro and a con.


Words = unnecessary
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People who added this item 2906  Average listal rating (1734 ratings) 7.9  IMDB Rating 8.1 
46. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011)
11.08.
Cinema, 1st viewing


A really positive surprise! I was afraid it would fall completely flat since it's my favorite book of the series (along with Half-Blood Prince whose film version was pretty bad) but it did manage to deliver.

I thought the CGI was very well done here and at best it was really impressive visually, like the scene where Voldemort breaks through the protective spells of Hogwarts. Also the dragon actually did look like a terrifying being. I liked the overall atmosphere of it a lot, too.

I was annoyed by some of the blockbuster clichés and the ending sequence - while I sorta liked it in the book - was a bit too syrupy. The best Potter movie though (haven't seen the first Deathly Hallows yet), and not as rushed as most of the films were.

PS. I loved how Crabbe or Goyle had suddenly turned black. Racial equality!

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People who added this item 828  Average listal rating (468 ratings) 7.3  IMDB Rating 7.5 
45. The Bridges of Madison County (1995)
10.08.
Digibox, 1st viewing


Can't say I wasn't moved by it but occasionally the melodrama gets just too excessive with all the string music and slow-motion kissing scenes. POINT TAKEN. I preferred the first half of the film where the relationship between Francesca and Robert was built.

In any case, it's a wonderful depiction of what love and dreams mean to people and does have some great, if a bit too dramatic, acting.

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People who added this item 674  Average listal rating (393 ratings) 7.8  IMDB Rating 7.7 
44. The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985)
09.08.
Digibox, 1st viewing


Proto-Last Action Hero, cool! Yeah, I liked it. It's entertaining, funny and a bit touching as well. Nothing monumentally amazing here but an enjoyable film nonetheless. Grim ending for such a generally light-hearted movie, by the way.

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People who added this item 1832  Average listal rating (1114 ratings) 7.2  IMDB Rating 7.7 
43. Adaptation (2002)
06.08.
DVD, 1st viewing


The script is genius and there are two, yes, TWO Nicolas Cages here. But seriously, this was his best performance I've seen so far.

The film's a bit flawed as I wasn't too keen on the parts dealing with Meryl Streep's character and the orchid, but the parts with Kaufmans were the shit. Entertaining stuff.


TWO.
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People who added this item 409  Average listal rating (263 ratings) 7.1  IMDB Rating 7.3 
42. Four Lions (2010)
03.08.
DVD, 1st viewing


A bold, funny and thought-provoking film. Barry is a hilarious character. Many great quotes! The ending is legend.

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People who added this item 48  Average listal rating (29 ratings) 5  IMDB Rating 5.3 
41. Poika ja ilves (1998)
02.08.
VHS, re-watch


It's actually sorta funny as it aims to be a profound and grand movie but essentially is just a clumsy effort. I don't know if I'm supposed to root for the kid here but I just wanted the guy to leave the damn cat alone (or the lynx to savage him). Nice Disney-worldesque ideas of wild animals, fool.

Well at least it wasn't boring as shit and had some good nature shots.


Oula ja poika.
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People who added this item 894  Average listal rating (480 ratings) 7.6  IMDB Rating 7.7 
40. Paprika (2006)
31.07.
Digibox, 1st viewing


Wow! Paprika's a story of tracking down a terrorist who breaches into people's dreams to control the world and shit; I've heard it was a huge influence for Inception, which I have yet to see. A trippy film backed by a brilliant, original soundtrack.

Possibly the most creative and imaginative film I've seen. Satoshi Kon makes drawings move in ways that most people couldn't even dream of. It's such a sad thing that the guy passed away last year :|

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People who added this item 1265  Average listal rating (782 ratings) 5.8  IMDB Rating 6.4 
39. 17 Again (2009)
30.07.
DVD, 1st viewing


Watching Out for Justice and this back-to-back is incredible and manly. This film actually was not as bad as I expected but definitely not very special either. Zac Efron is so HANDSOME.


Everyone's favorite character.
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People who added this item 224  Average listal rating (168 ratings) 6.2  IMDB Rating 5.9 
38. Out for Justice (1991)
30.07.
DVD, 1st viewing


Seriously one of the best and most badass action films in existence. Steven is the coolest faux-Italian ever and his lines are perfect. The bar scene is as intensive as all the Godfather films put together. He BOUNCES a BILLIARD BALL off the FLOOR for fuck's sake.

Good times.


Gotta love that style
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People who added this item 3481  Average listal rating (2291 ratings) 6.4  IMDB Rating
37. Mean Girls (2004)
29.07.
DVD, re-watch


Fuck it, I actually kinda really like this film. It's well-written, spot-on and has many great lines and memorable characters. My favorite being the black slum-born principal of course.


Pink as fuck.
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People who added this item 1163  Average listal rating (754 ratings) 5.9  IMDB Rating 6.4 
36. The Faculty (1998)
29.07.
VHS, re-watch


Nice job, Usher, you're in the front on the poster. It doesn't matter that you utter only a few lines, you're the MAN. In the mix.


T-1000: critical error.
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People who added this item 65  Average listal rating (52 ratings) 5.7  IMDB Rating 5.2 
35. The Hitman (1991)
28.07.
TV, 1st viewing


I honestly don't know what I "should" rate this so here's my weighed average of sheer entertainment and crappy film-making.

While campy '80s & early '90s action films usually disappoint me with being boring shootouts after boring shootouts, THE HITMAN actually manages to give a viewer like me time to BREATHE. The drama shit makes a great contrast to the action. And actually the drama is at least as hilarious as the action side of it, I mean CHUCK NORRIS teaching his black neighbour kid how to FIGHT. Ace Karate Kid influences.

Lots of pointless details and some funnily useless characters. Also what's the point with the SMOKE rising out of everywhere? There's a fucking CLOCK that smokes for no reason? Chuck only knows.

"Heitä homo voltti"
- Chuck

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People who added this item 5151  Average listal rating (3357 ratings) 7.7  IMDB Rating 8.1 
34. Donnie Darko (2001)
28.07.
Digibox, 1st viewing


American teen movie meets David Lynch. Lots of fun and the rabbit guy was an essential add. Jake Gyllenhaal makes it memorable as a schizophrenic high school kid.

"I like your boobs"
- Seth Rogen

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People who added this item 2427  Average listal rating (1467 ratings) 8.1  IMDB Rating 8.1 
33. There Will Be Blood (2007)
25.07.
Digibox, re-watch


Sheeeeeiiitt! I guess I've developed a fixation on rich, cynical fucks because this worked a whole lotta better on the second viewing. Daniel Plainview is an awesome character: he can be frightening and hilarious at the same time, he can wipe out ANY MOTHERFUCKING CONTENDER, his INSULTS actually HURT and he's got more money than you.

So basically he's a more badass Charles Foster Kane. With a shitload of great quotes:

BASTARD FROM A BASKET
DRAINAAAAAAGE
I'LL DRINK YOUR MILKSHAKE

and my personal favorite

"Those areas have been drilled"

It's not ALL about the protagonist though; the beautiful camera work, the hypnotic pacing and the score by Jonny Greenwood really hit the spot as well. Very close to five stars.

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People who added this item 112  Average listal rating (84 ratings) 6.3  IMDB Rating 7.3 
32. Kummeli Goldrush (1997)
24.07.
VHS, re-watch


Oh well, it's the Holy Grail of Finnish catch phrases during the change of Millennium but it hasn't aged as well as I'd hoped.

As often is the case with TV-series-based films, the film as a medium for Kultakuume feels awkward. It essentially has a feel of a slightly watered-down and overlong Kummeli sketch.

Still, lots of legendary scenes, dialogue, characters (I had completely forgotten Vesa Vierikko's performance as a neo-nazi called Hermann Göring) and nostalgia so can't fault it too much. And it's pretty well done too. Just not as funny as it should've been.

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People who added this item 1234  Average listal rating (779 ratings) 8.5  IMDB Rating 8.6 
31. Sunset Boulevard (1950)
23.07.
Digibox, 1st viewing


Very good film. Stellar performances, a great catalogue of characters, nice plot and wonderful cinematography. It was fun spotting elements that were borrowed in Mulholland Dr. (a young eager woman named Betty for example).

Still I thought that the film would've been more exciting if the death of Holden's character hadn't been shown until it really happened. Also I feel that the plot could've developed into a much deeper satire of Hollywood life. Anyway, the way the whole film was shot and some classic scenes (the ending!) were fantastic enough to keep it as a 4.5.

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People who added this item 3754  Average listal rating (2452 ratings) 7.9  IMDB Rating 8.2 
30. The Big Lebowski (1998)
12.07.
Digibox, re-watch


Freaking funny although I don't relate to The Dude as much as most people seem to. I prefer Walter, Jesus, the nihilists, Donny and the Eagles-loving taxi driver as characters. Especially the taxi driver, man that scene is hilarious!

However, the films is full to the brim with brilliant quotes, the characters are fantastic and the soundtrack works well too. Also, the dream sequences are really cool.

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People who added this item 303  Average listal rating (156 ratings) 8.6  IMDB Rating 8.3 
29. High and Low (1963)
10.07.
Digibox, 1st viewing


Kicks off slow and rather uninteresting but develops into a brilliant, thrilling crime/noir film. Great performances by Nakadai, Mifune and especially Tsutomu Yamazaki as the villain. The scene where he walks among the narcomans wearing those badass glasses is just damn cool.

Along with Ikiru and Ran, it is the best Kurosawa I've seen so far.

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People who added this item 1166  Average listal rating (748 ratings) 6.8  IMDB Rating 7.2 
28. Broken Flowers (2005)
30.06.
Digibox, 1st viewing


Jim Jarmusch sure made me intrigued for the rest of his oeuvre with the hilarious, subtle and symbolic Broken Flowers. He's got an amazing eye for detail in the mise-en-scene and the characters are fun to watch. Great acting by the whole cast but Bill Murray strikes it home with his typical poker face genius.

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People who added this item 1413  Average listal rating (911 ratings) 6.6  IMDB Rating 6.7 
27. Machete (2010)
28.06.
PC, 1st viewing


High art, for sure, but I was disappointed with it. Too much inane political mumbo jumbo and too little screen time for Jessica Alba's breasts. Also I felt it lacked the true spirit which made films such as Commando incredible.

Still, it's got a fantastic cast (Trejo, Seagal, Alba, Lohan, De Niro, Marin...), and some brilliant, funny scenes (intestines used as a rope, minigun on a motorbike) so I can't fault it too much.

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People who added this item 15  Average listal rating (14 ratings) 7  IMDB Rating 7.9 
26. Gourmet Club (2004)
17.06.
Digibox, 1st viewing


A Finnish cult classic of some sort. It's a tale about a rich men's club who gather to eat together and make bets on what they are served. A doctor struggling with debt then comes up with an ingredient which "no one in the club would guess": children's tonsils!

The concept is absurdly funny and the film is entertaining and well made. Not as funny as I expected but a good film in any case.

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With dates this time. DIARY STYLE.

I'm leaving short films out (duration of less than 30 minutes).

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