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2013-06-05 03:34:37 PM

wiseolddude: Myra Breckinridge  Saw that one, but don't really remember anything about it.


I remember it being a pretty f*cking awful movie, but then again, I've never been a Gore Vidal fan either.
 
2013-06-05 03:35:53 PM
I nominate:


movieposters.2038.net
 
2013-06-05 03:36:04 PM
Forbidden Zone was a crazy film to watch. Imagine an old black and white Looney Tunes or Disney cartoon from the 1930s or 40s where things weren't so politically correct. Then make it darker, throw in Danny Elfman as Satan and providing the soundtrack, Hervé Villechaize as a king, and a topless princess prancing around.
 
2013-06-05 03:42:52 PM

I_Love_Cheesecake: Apparently, Stroszek is what Joy Division's Ian Curtis saw the night he committed suicide. I don't blame him.

This is an incredible film:

[movieposters.2038.net image 600x798]



Can I watch it or do I have to apply directly to forehead?
 
2013-06-05 03:47:54 PM
Never seen any of those films, however, The Agony Booth did a pretty funny recap of "Myra Breckenridge."
 
2013-06-05 03:50:12 PM
Feeling a bit hipsterish, so I'll share with you what I would consider a must see.  Although I believe alsmost all Fritz Lang movies are must sees, this is my personal favorite.

s3.amazonaws.com
 
2013-06-05 03:53:08 PM

MadMonk: Feeling a bit hipsterish, so I'll share with you what I would consider a must see.  Although I believe alsmost all Fritz Lang movies are must sees, this is my personal favorite.

[s3.amazonaws.com image 348x490]


Pretty much anything from "The Criterion Collection" is good.  That's how I found Jubilee.
 
2013-06-05 03:57:08 PM
Subby was right. I haven't seen any of those.

I'm okay with that.
 
2013-06-05 04:00:05 PM
www.dvd-covers.org
The best Swedish film of the Silent Era.
 
2013-06-05 04:01:53 PM

I_Love_Cheesecake: Apparently, Stroszek is what Joy Division's Ian Curtis saw the night he committed suicide. I don't blame him.

This is an incredible film:

[movieposters.2038.net image 600x798]


Applied directly to the forehead?
 
2013-06-05 04:02:21 PM
Its not one of my favorites but to the world according to fark, its is obscure
www.dvdessential.it
 
2013-06-05 04:05:12 PM
Actual candidate for favorite little viewed movie
ecx.images-amazon.com
 
2013-06-05 04:05:13 PM
Your blog sucks is loaded with camp, NTTAWWT.  Feh.

I'll throw out a few titles and bend over:

The Unheard Music (a film about music you may not have heard of should be on a list of films you may not have heard of. Oh, the irony!)
Malcolm (aussie film about an aspie talked into a heist, awesome soundtrack-Penguin Café Orchestra)
The Loved One (cult film you should have heard of, but may not have, so I'd recommend a little catch up, um kay?)
I am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang (classic film, on the National Film Registry that I find many have not heard of.  Mentioning it here as a public service announcement.  Last shot/line one of most famous in cinema.)
Mud (in theaters right now and deserves mention)
 
2013-06-05 04:07:07 PM
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Surprisingly few people I talk to have seen this.  It's Bardem, people.  Rent it this weekend.
 
2013-06-05 04:07:24 PM
What about the full cut of Eric Von Strohheim's "Greed" ? Now that's a movie you'll never see.

Thought the list was going to be about lost movies though I do have to say, as a schlubby redheaded dude if I went the Myra B route and ended up as Racquel Welch, I'd consider that a trade up.
 
2013-06-05 04:07:33 PM

Moodybastard: Its not one of my favorites but to the world according to fark, its is obscure


It's a shop. It won a competition for "sequels that should be made", just beating out some shops of wished-for Matrix movies and a 3rd Godfather film. If there had been a Highlander sequel, I'd have a memory of it.
 
2013-06-05 04:07:52 PM

Moodybastard: Actual candidate for favorite little viewed movie
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I went to see that at the art house simply because I've always liked Harvey Keitel, and damned if that isn't a fine film.

There are days when I wish dueling was still legal . . .
 
2013-06-05 04:09:52 PM
Own it
no
no
seen it
seen it
seen it
no
seen some of them (the Up series)
no
no
 
2013-06-05 04:10:51 PM

I_Love_Cheesecake: Apparently, Stroszek is what Joy Division's Ian Curtis saw the night he committed suicide. I don't blame him.

This is an incredible film:

[movieposters.2038.net image 600x798]


That is one hell of a movie. "Like a cat."

Here's a couple more if you're in the right mood:
upload.wikimedia.org
upload.wikimedia.org
 
2013-06-05 04:12:33 PM
Seen most of those.

Jubilee was.... interesting.
 
2013-06-05 04:16:57 PM

Jekylman: I_Love_Cheesecake: Apparently, Stroszek is what Joy Division's Ian Curtis saw the night he committed suicide. I don't blame him.

This is an incredible film:

[movieposters.2038.net image 600x798]

That is one hell of a movie. "Like a cat."

Here's a couple more if you're in the right mood:
[upload.wikimedia.org image 450x639]
[upload.wikimedia.org image 219x325]


3-iron is awesome.

"Fall, winter, spring, summer, fall and winter" (or whatever is called) is beautiful to look at... and horribly boring :D

This one is great, too:
upload.wikimedia.org
If you like bawling your eyes out, that is.
 
2013-06-05 04:17:03 PM

Mike Chewbacca: downstairs: The "Up" series is obscure? Huh? Its one of the most aclaimed projects in film history.

Seriously.


that doesn't mean people have seen it, geniuses.
 
2013-06-05 04:17:29 PM

Moodybastard: Its not one of my favorites but to the world according to fark, its is obscure
[www.dvdessential.it image 443x448]


Is that like Garth Brooks and his Chris Gaines project? He did the soundtrack, but never made the movie.
I assume that's the same for this Highlander 2 soundtrack, since they never made a sequel to Highlander.
 
2013-06-05 04:18:22 PM

MadMonk: Feeling a bit hipsterish, so I'll share with you what I would consider a must see.  Although I believe alsmost all Fritz Lang movies are must sees, this is my personal favorite.

[s3.amazonaws.com image 348x490]


I liked this one, and the four hour silent "Dr. Mabuse The Gambler".
 
2013-06-05 04:18:25 PM

dark side of the moon: That list was...boring. I'm betting the movies are just as bad. I have no desire to see any of those.


Stroczek is one of Herzog's best and weirdest. Parents is also highly weird and enjoyable. And if you have no desire to see any of the #-up series, I don't even want to know you.
 
2013-06-05 04:18:59 PM
My list:

1) Shooter - a Mark Wahlberg flick that should've been more well-known but didn't catch on.
2) Tears of the Sun - should've been a more popular movie but didn't catch the right wave either.  Bruce Willis in Africa, enough said.
3) Fog of War - someone else recommended it, definitely informative and eye-opening.
4) Equilibrium - good concept, decently polished, worth a Netflix viewing, but not a first-run theatre viewing.
 
2013-06-05 04:19:40 PM

sotua: Watch this one if you can:

[gestioncultura.cervantes.es image 300x500]
Excellent flick.


Until you find out the two of them never do it.
 
2013-06-05 04:23:03 PM
http://www.imdb.com/list/IFzAwqBBGB0/

Leonard Maltin's 150 Films You've (Probably) Never Seen.

Been making my way down the list. Some are average, some are above average and some are among the best films I've ever seen. Haven't hit a dud yet. YM(as always)WillV.
 
2013-06-05 04:26:16 PM

someonelse: And if you have no desire to see any of the #-up series, I don't even want to know you.


I know I mentioned it above, but I will admit that after awhile, they did get way too boring for me.  My wife loves all of them.

/Why isn't "56 Up" on Netflix???
 
2013-06-05 04:27:05 PM
But then again I've been selective about the order I'm viewing them (saving the Nia Vardalos one for dead last.
 
2013-06-05 04:27:14 PM
Shiat, speaking of Australian movies:

spinoff.comicbookresources.com

I will go to see a movie if I like an actor, and I'm partial to Guy Pearce. This was also recommended in one Fark thread or another so I caught it at the local art house. Damned good movie if  you like 'em dark.
 
2013-06-05 04:28:22 PM
List is shiat.

assuming a general audience (not necessarily FARK)


most modern people under 40 have not seen


the Passion of Joan of Arc
the complete Metropolis
Notorious
the Third Man
Rashomon
Seven Samurai
the Seventh Seal
Solaris
Chinatown
R/W/B trilogy
 
2013-06-05 04:28:58 PM

Sinbox: http://www.imdb.com/list/IFzAwqBBGB0/

Leonard Maltin's 150 Films You've (Probably) Never Seen.

Been making my way down the list. Some are average, some are above average and some are among the best films I've ever seen. Haven't hit a dud yet. YM(as always)WillV.


He put "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" on there.  That list is officially awesome.
 
2013-06-05 04:31:46 PM

downstairs: Sinbox: http://www.imdb.com/list/IFzAwqBBGB0/

Leonard Maltin's 150 Films You've (Probably) Never Seen.

Been making my way down the list. Some are average, some are above average and some are among the best films I've ever seen. Haven't hit a dud yet. YM(as always)WillV.

He put "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" on there.  That list is officially awesome.


I looked at it... there is a whole lot of complete shiat on there, as well as a bunch of movies that aren't remotely obscure.
 
2013-06-05 04:31:58 PM

Sinbox: http://www.imdb.com/list/IFzAwqBBGB0/

Leonard Maltin's 150 Films You've (Probably) Never Seen.

Been making my way down the list. Some are average, some are above average and some are among the best films I've ever seen. Haven't hit a dud yet. YM(as always)WillV.


seen about 82% of those.   And of those, 50% aren't worth reco'ing to people unless they have seen 100% of the standard box office fare and want more
 
2013-06-05 04:34:03 PM
filmfanatic.org4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-06-05 04:34:35 PM

Sinbox: Leonard Maltin's 150 Films You've (Probably) Never Seen.

Been making my way down the list. Some are average, some are above average and some are among the best films I've ever seen. Haven't hit a dud yet. YM(as always)WillV.


Maybe Baby is truly dreadful. One of perhaps half a dozen films I had to turn off.

Check out Son of Rambow. I probably loved it because the kid was maybe 2 or 3 years younger than me, living in provincial England, and the period detail is spot on, but it's rare that films about kids get it so right.
 
2013-06-05 04:38:22 PM

The All-Powerful Atheismo: downstairs: Sinbox: http://www.imdb.com/list/IFzAwqBBGB0/

Leonard Maltin's 150 Films You've (Probably) Never Seen.

Been making my way down the list. Some are average, some are above average and some are among the best films I've ever seen. Haven't hit a dud yet. YM(as always)WillV.

He put "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" on there.  That list is officially awesome.

I looked at it... there is a whole lot of complete shiat on there, as well as a bunch of movies that aren't remotely obscure.


Leader O'Cola: Sinbox: http://www.imdb.com/list/IFzAwqBBGB0/

Leonard Maltin's 150 Films You've (Probably) Never Seen.

Been making my way down the list. Some are average, some are above average and some are among the best films I've ever seen. Haven't hit a dud yet. YM(as always)WillV.

seen about 82% of those.   And of those, 50% aren't worth reco'ing to people unless they have seen 100% of the standard box office fare and want more


Yeah, but there's no pleasing either of you. I've read your postings* enough to know that.


*masochist that I must can't not be.
 
2013-06-05 04:42:46 PM

Sinbox: Yeah, but there's no pleasing either of you.


Nah not true. I'm critical of things when they are crap.  I love lots of things and there are many which get a lot of shiat on Fark that I like.  It just so happens that most movies are crap these days.
 
2013-06-05 04:47:03 PM

propasaurus: Missing from the list:
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Mmmmm, mmm. Richard Dreyfuss has become such a self-parody that I forgot he could act when he was young, and I loves me some Jessica Harper. She's a sweetheart. That was a thoroughly nice movie, surprised that it was on Netflix.
 
2013-06-05 04:49:46 PM

Moodybastard: Actual candidate for favorite little viewed movie
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I saw that on the big screen at a revival. I agree it's beautiful...one of the very few studio features shot under only natural light, I believe.
 
2013-06-05 04:51:10 PM
Never seen Hearts and Minds?

Dude that's like required watching for cinephiles
 
2013-06-05 04:51:37 PM

I_Love_Cheesecake: Apparently, Stroszek is what Joy Division's Ian Curtis saw the night he committed suicide. I don't blame him.

This is an incredible film:


Should I apply it directly to my forehead?
 
2013-06-05 04:53:04 PM

I_Love_Cheesecake: Apparently, Stroszek is what Joy Division's Ian Curtis saw the night he committed suicide. I don't blame him.


Yeah that movie was farking depressing as farking hell.
Apparently the dancing chicken scene is where he killed himself.
 
2013-06-05 05:07:34 PM

Bathia_Mapes: wiseolddude: Myra Breckinridge  Saw that one, but don't really remember anything about it.

I remember it being a pretty f*cking awful movie, but then again, I've never been a Gore Vidal fan either.


I've seen Myra and it's awful, but since it's of the self-absorbed variety it's even worse the usual dreck.
 
2013-06-05 05:08:57 PM

Bathia_Mapes: but then again, I've never been a Gore Vidal fan either.


What, you didn't like Caligula?
 
2013-06-05 05:15:41 PM

MadMonk: Feeling a bit hipsterish, so I'll share with you what I would consider a must see.  Although I believe alsmost all Fritz Lang movies are must sees, this is my personal favorite.

[s3.amazonaws.com image 348x490]


Nice call. Another overlooked mind-bender:
ecx.images-amazon.com
 
2013-06-05 05:16:47 PM

Leader O'Cola: List is shiat.

assuming a general audience (not necessarily FARK)


most modern people under 40 have not seen


the Passion of Joan of Arc
the complete Metropolis
Notorious
the Third Man
Rashomon
Seven Samurai
the Seventh Seal
Solaris
Chinatown
R/W/B trilogy


Do you like the original Solaris (on Hulu) or the remake?
 
2013-06-05 05:17:13 PM
My nominations are for "The Holy Mountain" and "The Lives of Others"

//No time for pics, Dr. Jones
///Seriously, I'm working.
 
2013-06-05 05:38:17 PM
I haven't seen any of those, so I guess they're technically correct.


Rapmaster2000: I've never seen The Godfather, Blade Runner, or any of the Spidermans.  People seem to love those.


Once worked with a girl who had never seen a Star Trek, Star Wars, James Bond or Indiana Jones movie. Seems to me it would be a lot of work to actually avoid seeing those movies.
 
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