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Starting with #100: A Star is Born

0 Comments | This entry was posted on Jan 02 2011

An unforgettable anti-Hollywood musical delving into the dark world of show business. Judy Garland bears her soul. Outstanding stuff.

Sweeping melodrama about a young singer, discovered by a major male studio star, who becomes enamored of her and helps her rise to the top. She does, (more…)
78% liked it

PG, 2 hr. 55 min.

Director: George Cukor

Released: Sep 29, 1954

DVD: May 1, 2001

Red River

0 Comments | This entry was posted on Dec 31 2010

Classic western dealing with the archetypal Father and Son story. Masterful. A great performance from John Wayne too.

Dunson is driving his cattle to Red River when his adopted son, Matthew, turns against him.
45% want to see it

Unrated, 2 hr. 13 min.

Director: Howard Hawks, Arthur Rosson

DVD: May 15, 2001

Days of Heaven

0 Comments | This entry was posted on Dec 31 2010

Visually Malick’s greatest achievement. The screenplay is also one of the most underrated masterworks. True visual storytelling. I particularly love the way Malick focuses so much attention on animals and nature – a true Buddhist. In the end the film is about how we are all human – flaws and all. Devils and angels. Gorgeous cinema at its finest!

Richard Gere works in a Chicago steel mill at the turn of the century, but must flee the city after accidentally killing a man. Heading for the wheat (more…)
88% liked it

PG, 1 hr. 35 min.

Director: Terrence Malick

Released: Sep 13, 1978

DVD: Mar 30, 1999

Black Narcissus

0 Comments | This entry was posted on Dec 31 2010

A Powell & Pressburger masterpiece. Bold sexuality, luscious color photography, operatic and a daring story. Truly a one-of-a-kind experience. What impresses me the most about this highly original film is how passionate their storytelling skills are. Every sequence has a hyper-real quality that embraces the best that cinema has to offer. Undoubtedly one for the library.

British filmmakers Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger once again deliberately courted controversy and censorship with their 1947 adaptation of (more…)
88% liked it

Unrated, 1 hr. 39 min.

Director: Michael Powell, Emeric Pressbur…

Released: Aug 1, 1947

DVD: Jan 30, 2001

I’m Not There

0 Comments | This entry was posted on Dec 31 2010

One does not recall one’s life in chronological order. Rather, the past, present, yesterday and today are all inter-weaved. The many lives of Bob Dylan are beautifully expressed in this experimental bio. As compelling and enigmatic as Dylan himself. The poetry of image and song is where Todd Haynes shines the most and the performances are stellar. In particular, Cate Blanchett’s voice impersonation is uncanny. The ghostly image of Dylan at the end, moved me to tears. A masterpiece.

Since arriving in New York City’s folk music scene in the 1960s, American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan has become a major figure in popular music, (more…)
69% liked it

R, 2 hr. 15 min.

Director: Todd Haynes

Released: Nov 21, 2007

DVD: May 6, 2008

The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

0 Comments | This entry was posted on Dec 31 2010

A film about hero worship, celebrities and obsessed fanaticism. A revisionist western as profound as Altman’s McCabe. The exquisite beauty of the cinematography and score moved me to tears. The cast is impeccable (in particular, the painfully awkward and brilliant performance by Casey Affleck). The voice-over recalls Malick and the languid story structure is free from cliches and utterly poetic. This is a true underrated modern masterpiece.

“The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford” delves into the private life and public exploits of America’s most notorious outlaw. As (more…)
73% liked it

R, 2 hr. 40 min.

Director: Andrew Dominik

Released: Oct 5, 2007

DVD: Feb 5, 2008

City Lights

0 Comments | This entry was posted on Dec 31 2010

Chaplin’s ultimate love story. Charming, simple, yet poignant. With the classic open-ending that tugs at the heart. And what a boxing match!

Charles Chaplin was deep into production of his silent City Lights when Hollywood was overwhelmed by the talkie revolution. After months of anguished (more…)
94% liked it

G, 1 hr. 21 min.

Director: Charles Chaplin

Released: Jan 1, 1931

DVD: Feb 8, 2000

The Insider

0 Comments | This entry was posted on Dec 31 2010

How can one be a true hero in our contemporary times? It’s truly remarkable how riveting this film is. In the hands of a lesser filmmaker, it might have come across slightly dull. Right off the bat, it’s the emotional attachment we feel for the characters that keeps us engaged. The obstacles become insanely difficult for both Pacino and Crowe, that we can not help but marvel at their dedication and integrity. Incredible consummate filmmaking. Simply put: Michael Mann at his best and Russell Crowe delivers the performance of his career (even his body language is pitch-perfect.) Lisa Gerrard contributes nicely as well.

On the edge of exposing one of the decade’s most incendiary public health issues, “60 Minutes” television producer Lowell Bergman must convince former (more…)
87% liked it

R, 2 hr. 37 min.

Director: Michael Mann

Released: Nov 5, 1999

DVD: Apr 11, 2000

Eyes Wide Shut

0 Comments | This entry was posted on Dec 31 2010

Definitive Kubrick. Eerie, unsettling, hypnotic and completely original. Years ahead of film today.

After learning of his wife’s flirtatious behavior, Dr. William Harford goes on an odyssey of his own.
66% liked it

R, 2 hr. 39 min.

Director: Stanley Kubrick

Released: Jul 16, 1999

DVD: Mar 7, 2000

Happy Together

0 Comments | This entry was posted on Dec 31 2010

The greatest film dealing with gay lovers. Universal, heartbreaking and funny. Instead of relying heavily on plot, Kar-wai gives us a series of simple, honest, and painful moments that ring true and create a mosaic of what it’s like getting over a destructive relationship. What’s wonderfully fresh about this film is how the gay relationship is totally not the point. Anyone who has ever loved and lost and then tried to move on, can totally relate to this film. Certain shots say so much with just a little punctuation and music. The subtext is constantly there, always treating the viewer with utmost respect. It goes without saying that the cinematography is astonishing. Godard’s influence is felt and the overall emotional feeling the movie leaves you with, is one of complete and utter acceptance, ironic wisdom, and blissful hope. Perfect cathartic filmmaking.

A chamber drama about two male lovers from Hong Kong who start off seeking a new life but end up separating on their way to a waterfall in Argentina. (more…)
89% liked it

Unrated, 1 hr. 45 min.

Director: Kar Wai Wong

Released: Oct 17, 1997

DVD: Jun 22, 1999