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let the right one in
Un Chein Andalou (one of the most amazing films if you are into surrealism)
A Clockwork Orange (mentioned a bunch of times..but once more deosnt hurt)
Coffee and Cigarettes (nothing better than watching 11 short scenes of people talking about how amazing coffee is. and i dont think there will be another film with RZA, GZA and Bill Murray in the same scene..)
I Heart Huckabees (a comedy based on existentiality, i really liked it)
YES she DOES ask about the song. and i know EXACTLY which part you're talking about!!!! as if they changed that. i also watched it online before it was released and then watched it again last week at a buddy's place but i didnt notice that...prob cuz i was mad stoned. but yeah. thats silly!!
*you beat me to it*
guy richie everything
men behind the sun
house of 1000 corpses
brice de nice
shawn of the dead
natural born killers
haha sooo good. love that flick. love that actor. he's real good in the series "huff" and he was quite good in star trek too.
Hmmm, I haven't posted here in a while! These have already probably been posted (maybe even by me) but whatever.
Historical movies (yes, seriously):
Enemy at the Gates, Platoon, Rosewood,
The Pick of Destiny
I re watched fight club with a cinematographers eye not too long ago and Im not a hardcore fan of the movie. that and Donnie Darko
if you want to watch something that you can appreciate as a cinematographer then i recommend the following:
solaris, the russian version from the 70s NOT the george clooney crappy version
2001 a space ship odyssey
those two are quite similar in style of camera movement and long take and colour etc.
andrei rublev same idea but in black and white.
the diving bell and butterfly.
all of them display a great display of good choices cinematography wise.