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Trashy's Movie Recommendations: 12/26/2020 08:53:41

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I'm sure there are already other lists like this, but this one is the best because I made it. Feel free to offer movies for me to watch, although I might not take any X-rated suggestions and that absolutely includes the porn list that I'm so sure waffle has. So, here we go:

1) Moonrise Kingdom (Wes Anderson)-- a classic movie that has a certain amount of nostalgia for me. It's a funny movie, although like most of Anderson's movies, it's got a humor that may be an acquired taste.

2) Tenet (Christopher Nolan)-- this movie just recently came out in 2020, so if you haven't seen it yet, go watch it. Be careful with Nolan films, they can get confusing. I've never had much trouble understanding what's happening, and the way I manage is simply to not try to understand everything. You have to let the small details go and try not to focus too hard, otherwise it might not make any sense.

3) Jungle (Greg Mclean)-- awesome movie, ranked with a 60% on Rotten Tomatoes, but what do those bastards really know anyway? Daniel Radcliffe really shows in this movie that he shouldn't only be seen as Harry Potter. Aside from a brief scene with drug consumption and maybe some sexual scenes (I don't remember too much), the "R" rating on this movie probably doesn't belong.

4) Secret Life of Walter Mitty (Ben Stiller)-- damn, this movie is amazing, so of course it has low ratings. The main reason is probably because at first viewing its message could be mistaken as another pretentious "boring man becomes exciting" indie films, but it's really not. I'll let you find out for yourself. This is one of my top movies of all time.

5) The Pianist (Roman Polanski)-- this is a movie that you have to see before you die, it's just that important. Adrien Brody is a fantastic actor, and this movie shows it well with its subtleties. Pay attention to the colors of the movie as it progresses, one of those subtleties is presented through the color.

6) What's Eating Gilbert Grape (Lasse Hallstrom)-- not the best movie ever, but I think it's Leonardo DiCaprio's debut movie. Quick warning: don't watch this movie if you're not mentally ready. I don't know how particularly sad it is, but it definitely has the ability to put you into a strange, melancholy mood.

That's all I have for now, mostly because I'm tired and want to go to bed. Add anything you think is a great movie and I might watch it. I'll probably add more later.
Trashy's Movie Recommendations: 12/26/2020 10:04:27

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and that absolutely includes the porn list that I'm so sure waffle has.


also, it's Roman Polański

just sayin ya know
Trashy's Movie Recommendations: 12/26/2020 10:20:20

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No, no polish letters are haram. True British elitists don't use them

Trashy's Movie Recommendations: 12/26/2020 10:37:12

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ok, bierdziań sto trzydzieści jeden
Trashy's Movie Recommendations: 12/26/2020 11:24:34

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The Room, by Tommy Wiseau
Trashy's Movie Recommendations: 12/26/2020 13:30:41

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Only seen Tenet (okay film) and half of Gilbert grape out of that list.

Some films you watch once then, rate them highly and are disappointed when you rewatch them. Had this with Carlito's way a while back so will mostly recommend things I've seen multiple times.

In terms of frequency seen shrek 2, Rat Race and Zooland 8+ times being childhood films always comfy.

(4-5) times Run lola Run - same 20 minutes played over 3 times with slightly different events in each time line / rerun. MANNNNNY

(4-6) Fifth Element comfy Bruce wilis sci-fi adventure

Night crawler (3) Main character is a wonderful piece of shit, brilliant.

Brazil (1) Good memories of it though I can't recall tons of it now, really nice visual style springs to mind

Fury Road (1) Best full action movie in a while building all the cars and CGI being used for background effects and not used for the crashes is great.

Lost River / Lost in translation (1/2)

Colours and the felt experience of them is where they excel

The wall (3-4)
If you like the album it's a fantastic companion to it

The outsiders (4)
Makes me cry most times I watch it. About an older brother rasising his two siblings in greaser sub-culture after parents are deceased. Nothing gold can stay :(

M (1)
Really good thriller expecially considering its age

Wait until dark (2)
Terrifying concept without having to resort to gore or other lower methods to achieve same result

City of the lost children (1)
Set design and visuals are wild love it for that alone

Things to do in denver when dead (2) tacky and tries to hard but I still love the cheesiness and stupidity of the plot

"The Man With The Plan: One day you're saving the rainforest, the next, you're chugging cock. Am I wrong?

The Man With The Plan: She's a ten. Jimmy, she's a planet unto herself. She can't nurse worth shit, but I keep her on 'cause... although I can't feel it, I know I have erections in her presence"

American history X
Violence is circular glock goes brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

GITS (3-4)
Didn't like it much on first viewing possibly due to tiredness but it's gud
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