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I love the game, and when I knew there was a film about it I was intrigued. This is a really funny little film, with Tim Curry in the major role, good gags, little tongue-in-cheek kind of humor, with a wonderful casting.
8 Women (2002)
The Others (2001)
I fell in love with Nicole Kidman in this dark-hitchcockian movie. The lightning is stunning and I still rewatch just to appreciate the intelligence of the scenario.
The Hunger (1983)
There's Catherine Deneuve, David Bowie, Susan Sarandon, and vampires and zombies. I love the style, the glasses, the dark look and the music.
Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003)
My first Tarantino and still my favorite. I love the way he played with the genres to create his own "postmodern" film.
Pink Flamingos (1986)
First, it's my master's subject. Second, I still find something new each time I watch this trash burlesque comedy. I will still watch it for the next year, at least.
Michael Gambon is absolutely amazing in this hateful character, and I'm obsessed by the surprising finale of this Greenaway classic. Plus Helen Mirren is absolutely gorgeous in these Jean-Paul Gaultier's suits.
For the intelligence of the scenario, the talent of the actors and its speech about our current times.
Cries and Whispers (1973)
My first encounter with Bergman. A wonderful film with strong scenes, stunning colors and magnificent actresses.
The bursting of the narrative, the vivid colors and the great romanticism of the story always make me enjoy this film.
Last Year at Marienbad (1961)
Surprisingly, the first movie I can watch without having to think. Narrative is so deconstructed that I only have to let the images play.
On connaît la chanson (1997)
La Pointe Courte (1956) (1956)
I appreciate the slowness, the quality of the frames and the contrast between the natural of the non-actors and the theatricality of Monfort and Noiret.
Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995)
The Mel Brooks visual humor applied to the Dracula franchise. One of my favorite parodies of all time.
I don't really rewatch it from beginning to end (it's a little bit to much gory for me, I guess), but the last scenes are so well acted and written I can't take my eyes of it.
This is not for its grand qualities I rewatch this one. In fact, it's so bad my friends and I can't stop watching it. It became a tradition.
The Draughtsman's Contract (1983)
Some films I constantly return to. Maybe my favorites, maybe just the ones who obsess me, I don't know.
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