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Old 11-15-2019, 01:06 AM   #91 (permalink)
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Like, I didn't expect to like Ikiru at all because of it being an older AND foreign language movie but I watched it out of respect for your taste.

That scene where he starts crying while singing in the middle of that karaoke bar was really moving and definitely some avatar material. The way Japanese shoot cinema and view things is completely interesting in contrast to America. Really puts their language and words they have that don't exist in English like 'Nunchi' in a noticeable context.
"Nunchi" is Korean.
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Old 11-19-2019, 09:48 AM   #92 (permalink)
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"Nunchi" is Korean.
****, you're right. I was drunk when I typed that so I wasn't thinking straight.

Nunchi is Korean and haragei is Japanese so I confused the languages because both are very similar words if that makes sense.
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Old 11-19-2019, 04:39 PM   #93 (permalink)
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Because you're racist.
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Old 11-19-2019, 04:56 PM   #94 (permalink)
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Because you're racist.
That's not true. My best friend was black before we lynched him.
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LOL we used to make this joke about my brother because he used to say he was a white boy until he dies. I'm sure he's not white anymore. Haven't gotten the chance to check yet.
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Old 11-27-2019, 01:41 PM   #97 (permalink)
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Picnic At Hanging Rock, 1975

What is it about this film that so arrests me, regardless of how many times I've seen it? I don't know, really. And I shouldn't know, it doesn't want me to know. It's keeping it from me, and everyone else, and that is why it lingers with such subtle voracity.

Peter Weir's sophomore directorial effort is a study in intrigue and atmosphere which it simply has in spades. Deep in Australian wilderness, a group of schoolgirls take a field trip for a nice picnic at Hanging Rock, and what happens henceforth is a subject of immense speculation. Four wander off for a hazy exploration of the rock that seems to slow or even stop time in its tracks. One returns in hysterics. There are no answers.

The labyrinthine shots of the rock's narrow corridors coupled with its supernatural sonic emanations and the most amazingly haunting pan flute powered score (a heavy component of the film's lingering ability) is so otherworldly as to be completely worldly. It's just a joyous experience.
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Old 11-29-2019, 11:45 PM   #98 (permalink)
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I always love watching The Man From U. N. C. L. E. movie with Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer. Good performances, an awesome soundtrack and a really fun setting. Just one of those movies that's so stylish you can forgive its odd pacing and wishy-washy thematic choices. Super underrated IMO.
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Himizu, 2011

As if Sion Sono hadn't already established himself as the king of my heart with the absolute monument of film that is Love Exposure, already with a plethora of emotions, Himizu is a bit more of a downcast and melodramatic endeavor that hit way too close to home. These two movies have probably made me cry harder than any others. This deals with a boy just trying to be ordinary, and the girl that's a fanatic for him, and admittedly he treats the situation like a huge dick, but I guess he has his reasons. But I've never seen a character break down so vehemently. In the end it's one of the most moving feats of cinema ever.



Noriko's Dinner Table, 2005

A much heavier sequel to Sono's Suicide Club, which was tight in it's own right but not exactly flooring. It takes another look at the club but with a stronger focus on its effects on people. The titular Noriko runs away from home to meet with a perfect stranger from an online forum, which just so happens to be the HQ, if you will, of the club. She falls into a sort of prostitution that revolves around playing the part of an individual's family members, and thusly is exposed to many a shady dealing. Perfect coming of age story.



Cold Fish, 2010

A prime example of the director's darkest humor, a violent painting of a broken man who just wants a good time with his family. Don't expect that to happen. Dude gets seriously pissed. Dead meat and bones everywhere.



Strange Circus, 2005

A bit of an enigma in the director's body of work, leaning much farther towards surrealist horror, but still, Sono has a distinct style and way of bringing emotions to the frontlines. It's about trauma and identity and things of that nature. Great circusy soundtrack loaded with accordion.
I haven't seen a bad Sion Sono movie yet. I've absolutely loved everything he's made.

I also know that the weird talking throat clearing thing from Suicide Club is referenced in a song, I just don't remember the goddamn song.
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Old 06-27-2020, 09:42 AM   #100 (permalink)
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Real Genius (1985) is def a good movie
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