Fun Your Favourite Films?

Daniel Larusso

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1. Love Exposure
2. Visitor Q
3. Lost in Translation
4. Swing Girls
5. Ghost World
6. Fireworks
7. The Rocky Horror Picture Show
8. Harold and Maude
9. Gozu
10. The Bird People in China
11. All About Lily Chou-Chou
12. Ichi the Killer
13. Noriko's Dinner Table
14. Survive Style 5+
15. Kiki's Delivery Service
16. Princess Mononoke
17. Kamikaze Girls
18. The Isle
19. Gummo
20. Akira
21. Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion
22. Battle Royale
23. Hausu
24. Linda Linda Linda
25. Why Don't You Play in Hell?
26. Spring Breakers
27. Ran
28. Himizu
29. Dead or Alive
30. Heat
31. Oldboy
32. I'm a Cyborg, But That's OK
33. Harakiri
34. Apocalypse Now
35. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
36. The Good the Bad the Weird
37. Kikujiro
38. Sonatine
39. Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... and Spring
40. Swallowtail Butterfly
41. Miami Vice
42. Donnie Darko
43. Cold Fish
44. Fallen Angels
45. The Hidden Fortress
46. Throne of Blood
47. Sansho the Bailiff
48. Memories of Matsuko
49. Confessions
50. Ghost in the Shell
51. August in the Water
52. Only God Forgives
53. Kill Bill: Vol. 1
54. Kill Bill: Vol. 2
55. Fight Club
56. Perfect Blue
57. The Karate Kid
58. Starship Troopers
59. Postman Blues
60. Raise the Red Lantern

Daniel Larusso

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Is that in descending order?

Wow, you can order 60 of your favourites. I find this much harder.

I can reply with my top twelve. Our tastes differ a bit, I have only Throne of Blood in my top twelve. On the other hand you have lots of Asian films, which I really like. They just are not my favourites ;)
I tried to order the films in my list by how emotionally connected I am to them and also by their re-watchable value. This is a list of all my 9/10s (and a 10/10).


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Both of these lost millions for their producers:

Mel and Anthony in the underseen version (and I like Trevor and Marlon too). [1:31]

Another underseen movie that might have the best Al Pacino rant ever. [4:37]


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I like the drama "Atonement" from 2007. It stars Keira Knightly. Starts off a little slow, but as the story unrolls, the twists and turns makes it a very entertaining & thought provoking film. Shows how a slight misunderstanding can change the course of several lives.:cool: