Hitchcock films rule.
Also, I keep watching the Back to the Future trilogy. I can't help it, they're insanely addictive.
Well i've been looking through my dvd collection of late, and looking at the films I watch the most.
My favourites and most watched surprised me a little, I found I really love the oldies so to speak. Films by Alfred Hitchcock especially 'Rear Window' my all time fave Hitchcock. And Humphrey Bogart, his films are all dialog, and is constantly like a breath of fresh of air away from all the action block busters.
I have to also say David Lynch is one of my all time favourite directors.
So what are you guys into? Any favourite directors?
The more underground horror, but not the splatter/gore stuff. Some Asian ghost movies, everything David Lynch, everything Tim Burton.
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I watched Blade Runner, for the second time the other day, i might actually watch it again...bring on the popcorn and caffeine...wahooo!
As for directors...i dunno..Alex Proyas..? maybe
I love "Lost in Translation" - it's my fav one, next to the Tim Burton ones. (reminds me - it's been a while since I saw "Big Fish"). Every now and then I pop in "Sleepy Hollow".
Next on the list would be "Some Like it Hot" and "Blazing Saddles".
Fav directors is an easy one: Tim Burton and Bill Wilder.
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Sometimes you get experience."
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sextilogy? for real? not hexade?
oh well, i'm not the writer.
Terry Gilliam movies (12 Monkeys, Baron Munchausen). Space Opera (Star Wars, Last Starfighter) Quirky character films (Amelie) Sub culture super hero (Mystery Men, Dark City).
There are quite a few films that I can watch over and over and over again without getting bored. These are just a few of them:
Lost in Translation
Mean Girls (yes, Mean Girls)
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DarkCity was such a great film, so dark and twisted great watching.
And Blazing Saddles I love to watch the camp fire scene scene with the subtitles on, it's funnier than most of the film.
Lost In Translation, The Life Aquatic and the other new Bill Murray film, is it me or are the films he's in now have such a dry sense of humour and don't lead to much of a conclusion? I love the two above films, but he really has taken on a different tack of late...
Probably get the most play among movies in my collection.