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Anonymous 09/10/2022 (Sat) 00:10 [Preview] No. 41119
[Posted this to /tv/ but I think that place is dead so here is a /b/ mirror]

Time to list some must-see films I think anons should watch before SHTF.

What counts as a good film for me? Story must be intriguing and get you hooked. Acting must be good, believable and unique. Also, I prefer more realistic movies, but it doesn't have to be if the movie is a top notch classic with a great story and incredible acting.

Go ahead and make your own recommended lists if you like, and if you do, please post the titles and release dates!

Badlands (1973)
My Cousin Vinny (1992)
STONE (1974)
The Day After (1983)
River's Edge (1986)
Absence of Malice (1981)
A Fistful of Dollars (1964)
For A Few Dollars More (1965)
The Boys Next Door (1985)
Beast With A Gun (1977)
Stranger Than Paradise (1984)
Five Easy Pieces (1970)
Blue Velvet (1986)
Kojak: The Belarus File (1985)
Kojak: Fatal Flaw (1989)
Dirty Harry collection (the whole movie series: 1971 - 1988)
The Dirty Dozen (1967)
Nebraska (2013)
My Friend Dahmer (2017)
Menace II Society (1993)
The Sandlot (1993)
Falling Down (1993)
Kelly's Heroes (1970)
Night Of The Living Dead (1968)
Dawn of the Dead (1978)
Day Of The Dead (1985)
Panic In Year Zero (1962)
In The Heat Of The Night (1967)
Far From Home (1989)
Desolation (2017)
Deliverance (1972)
The Shining (1980)

Anonymous 09/10/2022 (Sat) 16:09 [Preview] No.41135 del
Here are some more great films w/ descriptions:

Needful Things
(An old mysterious man moves into town to start up a local thrift shop. To the surprise of the locals, he has something everyone deeply covets. Only this old man does not take money as typical merchants, for those needful things they must do nefarious deeds. The price for these possessions turns out to be far heavier than expected, 1993)

Dog Day Afternoon
(Three young adults decide to rob a bank but things did not work as planned, so they take hostages inside the bank in a gamble to work out a deal with the feds, 1975)

Wake In Fright
(A man gets stranded in an old rural town full of binge drinking drunks, and he must work hard labor to pay his way out of the mess they all get him into, 1971)

Walking Tall
(Based on a true story in Tennessee, one brave man stands up to a corrupted Sheriff and runs against him. Angering the incumbent Sheriff, corrupted deputies and local criminals plan vengeance against the man and his family after he wins the county election, 1973).

Gran Torino
(A disgruntled veteran living in a once-safe neighborhood is the only white guy on the block who refuses to leave the hood full of gangbangers and crime. After a teen tries to steal his 1972 Gran Torino, he decides to reform the kid instead of killing or turning him in, 2008)

The Crazies
(A government lab-made biological weapon leaks from a top secret facility nearby the outskirts of a small town. Forced to address this viral pandemic that turns people mentally insane and hostile when infected, the US military blocks off and quarantines the whole town and declares martial law and a media blackout. But can they control these citizens gone raving mad from the virus they created before it spreads? 1973)

Cape Fear
(A convicted rapist released from prison after serving a fourteen year sentence starts stalking the lawyer and is his family who originally defended him, 1991)

A Night to Remember
(A classic film about the story behind the Titanic ship and it sinking, 1958)

Anonymous 09/10/2022 (Sat) 18:31 [Preview] No.41136 del
List of classic comedy movies:

Airplane! (1980)
Uncle Buck (1989)
Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)
The Long Long Trailer (1954)
Smokey and the Bandit (1977)
Cheech & Chong collection (the whole movie series from 1978 to 1987)
Abbott and Costello collection (the whole movie series from 1940 to 1952)
All the Don Knotts films (all Don Knotts featured films from 1964 to 1980)
All Marx Bros films (the whole movie series from 1930 to 1946)
The Captain Hates The Sea (1934)
Have Rocket, Will Travel (1959)
It's A Mad Mad Mad Mad World (1963)
George and Mildred (1980)
Dumb and Dumber (1994)
A Christmas Story (1983 christmas movie)
Trading Places (1983 christmas movie)
Beetlejuice (1988)
Home Alone (1990)
Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988)
Ace Ventura, Pet Detective (1994)
Austin Powers, The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999)
Office Space (1999)
Beavis And Butthead Do America (1996)
Waynes World 1 (1992)
Waynes World 2 (1993)
Clerks (1994)

Anonymous 09/10/2022 (Sat) 21:40 [Preview] No.41138 del
More classic films with descriptions and release dates:

(A brilliant yet paranoid mathematician who built his own supercomputer is in search of a number that will unlock the secret patterns behind nature and life. But as he is watching and keeping track of stock market algorithms, other individuals and organizations are watching and keeping track of him, 1998)

Bad Boy Bubby
(A mentally handicap 30 year old man lives with his abusive mother locked up inside a run down apartment, deceived by his mother about the outside world, Bubby decides to find out what the world around him is really like after he finds out he's been lied to all his life, 1993)

(A young American man is mastering martial art combat training with his Japanese mentor, after deciding to leave the US Army he wants to join an illegal underground martial arts tournament in Hong Kong where combatants fight to the death. The US government later finds out and tries to prevent him from his joining this dangerous fight club, 1988)

River's Edge
(Based on a true story about the murder of teenager Marcy Renee Conrad, a group of high school friends find out one friend has murdered another girl, and instead of reporting it to authorities they all help their homicidal friend dispose of the girl's body, cover-up the crime and find him shelter away from society's prying eyes, 1986)

Citizen Four
(A documentary film about the story behind former NSA-employee Edward Snowden who blew the whistle on massive illegal government surveillance programs that were not only directed against foreigners but also average American citizens caught up in their dragnet, 2014)

Easy Rider
(Two bikers head from LA to New Orleans on a road trip to find the American Dream, in search of freedom and some meaning to life, 1969)

Two-Lane Blacktop
(Two drag racers driving across the Southwest in a custom built Chevvy 150 decide to pick up a hitchhiker while they are off to the drag races, but unknown to them the hitchhiking girl made her own plans, 1971)

(A mother and son decide to go camping out in the woods with a family friend after the death of the father. They later realize is they are not alone, a man is stalking them wherever they go from a distance away, 2017)

Anonymous 09/11/2022 (Sun) 16:48 [Preview] No.41145 del
Some more movies worthy watching:

Whats Eating Gilbert Grape?
(A teenaged boy living in a small town is forced to help take care of his dying obese mother and mentally handicap younger brother. When he falls in love with someone his own age, his increasingly problematic family gets in the way of living a happy life, 1993)

Forrest Gump
(A humble but slow minded veteran of the Vietnam war recalls to various public bystanders stories and flashbacks throughout his life, since he was young up until present times, 1994)

Carnival Of Souls
(After a traumatic accident during a drag race, a woman visits an abandoned carnival. When she goes back to her routine life she notices something is not right with her, or other people around her, at all, 1962)

Blue Velvet
(A young college student returning home to visit his ill father discovers a severed human ear in a field. This leads him to uncover a conspiracy in town involving a lounge singer and a group of mentally disturbed violent criminals, 1986)

Citizen Kane
(Following the death of publishing tycoon Charles Foster Kane who last uttered the name "Rosebud" before his death, a reporter investigates Kane's life friends, associates and estates in attempt to find out who - or what - "Rosebud" really was or meant, 1941)

Dirty Mary Crazy Larry
(A young couple who like to race on the road turn to crime to keep up their lifestyle living on the road, but their lastest crime spree did not go as planned, 1974)

Maximum Overdrive
(After a comet starts orbiting the Earth blasting out electromagnetic radiation, machines and computer systems come to life and cause havoc over the world. Holed up in a North Carolina truck stop, a group of survivors must fend for themselves as mechanical vehicles start surrounding the area , 1986)

Far From Home
(A teenaged girl and her father are on the road, but the father who is desperate for work gets them both stranded in a tiny mobile home village in the deserts of Nevada. The girl meets two boys. Both boys look and act perfectly normal, but one boy is criminally insane and will do anything he can to prevent her from leaving the mobile home village, 1989)

Anonymous 09/11/2022 (Sun) 18:25 [Preview] No.41157 del
Another 8 classic movies, you will not regret watching these inspirational movies:

(An undercover cop decides to infiltrate a dangerous biker gang to investigate not only crime, but how these criminals live and their connections. But the bikers best not find out that he is a cop, because if they ever do, he's a dead man, 1974)

(Based on a true story, a former CIA employee and later NSA programmer decides to blow up one the biggest government secrets in American history by taking tons of data and delivering it to journalists in Hong Kong. This data is a trove of documents exposing vast Unconstitutional spying operations that even targets American civilians without warrant, 2016)

(An old senile man has delusions of winning one million dollars from a scam letter sent to his address. When his family tries to explain the scam to him he won't believe them, and he is willing to travel across country on foot to claim his non-existing fortune, 2013)

One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
(A criminal pleads insanity and is admitted to a hospital for mental evaluation, but even though he admits he is insane he is brilliant at defying the rules and stirring up all kinds of trouble for everyone in very normal criminal fashion, 1975)

Taxi Driver
(A disgruntled veteran working as a taxi driver is faced with a deteriorating mental state while he is forced to live in the slums making money driving people around New York City at night. When he meets an underage girl prostituting herself he tries desperately to reform her and help her live a normal life without relying on pimps and prostitution, 1976)

Menace II Society
(Two troubled teenagers living in the ghettos of LA are best friends. One teenager "Caine" was raised by his Christian grandparents and has no previous criminal record, but his best friend "O-Dog" the opposite, a gang-banging murderous outlaw. Caine's new girlfriend is leaving the hood to get a job and live a better life, she wants Caine to move with her to better himself. O-Dog resents her for that wanting Caine to stay, but after getting Caine wrapped up into crime and a murder investigation, leaving his former life may not be so easy, 1993)

Summer of '42
(A teenaged boy is vacationing on Nantucket Island in 1942. As he befriends some locals he discovers his sexual desires for an adult woman living nearside the beach. Desperate to make contact he offers to deliver her groceries, only to find out later on she was married to a veteran of WWII who recently lost his life. He starts to wonder if she is as desperate as him for love, 1971)

Goin' South
(A convicted thief is to be hung publicly in a small town sometime after the Civil War. Thanks to a local law allowing a wealthy lady to marry him if she takes responsibility for his good behavior, he tries to convince as many women as he can to adopt and marry him before he is hung. When he does get his wish, little does he know that this rich lady does not want love from him at all, she wants to exploit him for slave labor mining gold on her estate, which leads to tension and even more trouble, 1978)

Anonymous 09/14/2022 (Wed) 01:38 [Preview] No.41254 del
Cool list OP. Thanks for the recommendation.

Anonymous 09/14/2022 (Wed) 11:18 [Preview] No.41276 del
You are very welcome, I'll consider adding some more to this list soon. There are a lot of classic movies out there many younger generations have no clue about, not to mention a lot of garbage being produced today too. My goal is to catalog any films worth the time to watch, as long as they have intriguing stories and good acting. All these films I have seen at least once in my lifetime.

Anonymous 09/14/2022 (Wed) 12:50 [Preview] No.41277 del
(A business commuter is driving through California to meet one of his clients. When he heads back home to his family he notices someone in a truck is following him. It does not take very long for him to realize this is no ordinary stalker, 1971)

Mysterious Island Of Beutiful Women
(Decades after a devastating plane crash suspected to have killed all on board, an all-male crew makes an emergency landing on the same uncharted island. Believing they are stranded on a desolate island they become shocked when they realize the island is inhabited by a tribe full of women, 1979)

My Friend Dahmer
(Based on a true story about the serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, this movie depicts the childhood and social life of Jeffrey when he was growing up with his dysfunctional parents, 2017)

(A troubled pre-teen girl living in rural Alabama with her religious grandmother suddenly becomes obsessed with the rock 'n roll scene after listening to Elvis Presley. Of-course in those times at that region of the world, that was considered blasphemy, 2007)

(A young woman who is inspired by punk rock moves to New York City to find like-minded people she can form a band with. After meeting several people she takes advantage of whoever she can to get what she wants, but this exploitation won't last forever as people find out what she is really all about, 1982)

(An older woman who owns and operates a hotel and diner nearside a public beach with her daughter are having excavation done near the property. When a fatal accident occurs the excavation crew is shocked to find out massive colonies of killer ants are living below the beach and humans just got on their bad side, 1977)

Phase IV
(After a mysterious cosmic event, desert ants suddenly network together to wage a war on human inhabitants. It is up to two scientists and a stray girl they rescued to destroy them, 1974)

Assault On Precinct 13
(An old Los Angeles precinct is under siege by a bloodthirsty street gang. An unlikely partnership between a Highway Patrol Officer, two criminals and a station secretary is formed to defend precinct 13, 1976)

Anonymous 09/14/2022 (Wed) 17:20 [Preview] No.41279 del
A few more classics to wrap-up....

They Live
(A covert alien takeover of Planet Earth has largely gone unnoticed by the masses. Only a small group of people have come to realize the human race is being deliberately kept under a dream-like mindless consumerist state by these aliens who take human form and have subverted the television and radio airwaves to keep humans dumb. When a pair of monochrome glasses are discovered, a job-seeking city drifter can see the aliens, and see the subliminal messages they have placed all around gone unnoticed by the masses. Desperate to find where these glasses came from, and who may have more of these glasses who also may be aware, he tries his best to form a posse of like-minded individuals to alert the human population and prevent the final takeover of the planet, 1988)

War Games
(A young teenaged hacker finds a backdoor that leads to the United States Air Force Strategic Missile Wing which has control over NORAD. Unaware that he has access to nuclear launch control centers and this is not some kind of online game he hacked into, he proceeds to send false alarms of Soviet attacks directed at major American cities which force the US military to escalate the DEFCON level while trying to defuse tensions between Russia. The teenager has little knowledge of what he has done and just how many powerful people he has pissed off around the world, 1983)

The Wild Bunch
(After an unsuccessful robbery, an aging group of outlaws look for one last big score as the traditional American West is disappearing around them. When they head down to Mexico the group finds they have a lot of other problems to deal with and get themselves stuck in the middle of a war while trying to seek more lucrative opportunities, 1969)

Rio Bravo
(A small-town sheriff in the American West enlists the help of a disabled man, a drunk, and a young gunfighter in his efforts to hold in jail the brother of a criminal kingpin. The kingpin hires a posse to take them out and free his brother in the meantime, 1959)

Beast With A Gun
(Dangerous criminal Nanni Vitali escapes and Italian prison with four accomplices. He and his henchmen terrorize the populace and seek revenge against those responsible for Vitali's incarceration. Commissioner Santini, son of the prosecutor who had sentenced Vitali, tries desperately to stop them, 1977)

Anonymous 09/14/2022 (Wed) 17:21 [Preview] No.41280 del

Five Easy Pieces
(An oil rig worker, Bobby, lives with his girlfriend, Rayette, in Kern County, California in a small town. When Bobby finds out Rayette is pregnant and his best friend Elton is arrested for armed robbery, he returns to LA to see his family, finding out his father had two strokes. Bobby cheats behind Rayette's back whenever he has the chance to but Rayette is eager to maintain their relationship eventually pissing off Bobby's own family, who consider her to be poor white trash, 1970)

Wild Man of the Navidad
(Based on a true story, this film depicts the old conspiracy/fairy tale about the first sightings of "Bigfoot" in Texas, along the Navidad River bottoms. It's said that the Wild Man of the Navidad was eventually sold into slavery in Victoria, Texas, and lived in Refugio and Victoria Counties until his death, 2008)

The Shining
(Jack Torrance, a recovering alcoholic and former school teacher turned writer, takes a job to be the caretaker during the winter in the remote Overlook Hotel out in the mountains. Jack intends to stay three months in the giant hotel with his family while caretaking. Jack's son Danny has a telepathic ability called "shining" and on certain occasions Danny can see into the future. When Danny witnesses a horrific glimpse to come, he has to face his dreaded fear staying at the supposedly haunted hotel. As Danny starts having more frightening visions, Jack's mental health deteriorates creating a perfect self-fulfilling prophecy from his shining. Meanwhile Jack's wife Wendy is increasingly worried about the safety of Danny and Jack's declining mental stability. When Wendy suggests they leave the hotel, Jack snaps and makes it apparent he never intends to leave, 1980)

Anonymous 09/20/2022 (Tue) 15:43 [Preview] No.41552 del
Bumping and archiving a good thread, anyone else know of any classic movies to watch?


Anonymous 09/21/2022 (Wed) 03:37 [Preview] No.41558 del
Interesting stuff.

Anonymous 10/02/2022 (Sun) 16:20 [Preview] No.41945 del
>What counts as a good film for me? Story must be intriguing and get you hooked. Acting must be good, believable and unique.

I agree but another problem I have with a lot of tv shows and movies is over-dramatization by some actors, that too can make an entire movie or series unbelievable. For the story to be believable it has to have actors who can play the scenes as if it was happening to them in real life. What made movies like "The Shining" a gem to watch is not exactly the story itself, it was the great actors who made it actually believable when in all reality something that far-fetched would never really happen. The actors' talent made unrealistic possibilities seem very surreal. I could say the same for movies like "The Bad Seed" or the tv series "The X-Files".

Anonymous 10/23/2022 (Sun) 08:07 [Preview] No.42957 del
bumping a legit thread

Anonymous 12/02/2022 (Fri) 15:36 [Preview] No.44717 del
Some good movies to watch for Christmas with family:

It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
Trading Places (1983)
Christmas Story (1983)
Home Alone (1990)
The old Christmas Carols (30s and 50s film the best, '84 film was OK)
Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
Miracle on 34th Street (1947)

Anonymous 03/01/2023 (Wed) 20:21 [Preview] No.45603 del
I watched another movie for the first time called "Hell Bent", the 1995 film to be clear. Very good acting for amateur kids recruited off the street for making this low budget film. The story line was pretty insane and intense. It's about a group of bored juvenile delinquent preteens living in an average suburb who become increasingly violent and sociopathic as they find amusement in committing crimes and ruining the lives of other people around them.

Anonymous 03/16/2023 (Thu) 01:13 [Preview] No.45933 del
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Alexandra's Project (2003). A normal man has a normal family with a normal job. It's his birthday. He also got a promotion at work. Everything is going very well for him.... Until he comes home from work.... He tries to turn on the lights, none work. He calls out to his family thinking there would be a surprise waiting for him. His family is gone. He tries to make a phone call. The phone lines are cut off. One appliance works. A television set with a VCR. On top of the old TV is a video cassette tape. What was recorded on that cassette tape makes his worst nightmares come true and turns his whole life upside down.

Anonymous 03/16/2023 (Thu) 02:43 [Preview] No.45942 del
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Twin Peaks - a very entertaining but campy crime show. A cult classic

Eraserhead - nice movie but pretty bizarre

Anonymous 03/16/2023 (Thu) 03:05 [Preview] No.45945 del
I have seen the movie Eraserhead before, well worth the watch if you like oddball B-flicks. I have not seen Twin Peaks, at least yet, but will look into that show.

If you enjoy films that are fringe and suspenseful I would recommend Bad Boy Bubby, and another film by the same director recently mentioned above, Alexandra's Project. I would not recommend watching those two films with family, both containing some violence and sexually questionable content.

Anonymous 03/21/2023 (Tue) 23:51 [Preview] No.46059 del
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The Bad Seed (1956). When a young boy dies and an investigation is leading the authority nowhere, a mother who's daughter was in the same class as the murdered boy starts finding evidence that her own daughter may have had something to do with the murder of her peer.

There is also a new movie that came out in 2018, although I have not seen the newer version (yet).

Anonymous 03/22/2023 (Wed) 13:54 [Preview] No.46079 del
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The Sugarland Express (1974). Based on a true story of real events that happened back in 1969 in Texas, a woman has her child taken from the State and placed in foster care. When she visits her previously incarcerated husband she convinces him to assist her with taking back the child. After hitchhiking, grand theft auto and a car wreck, they take a patrol officer hostage as police and the Texas highway patrol all pursue them. It becomes a risky gambit for all involved, and you would be shocked just how many resources were used to pursue this notorious outlaw couple.

Anonymous 03/31/2023 (Fri) 16:01 [Preview] No.46156 del
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Paris, Texas (1984). When a dehydrated man collapses in an old gas station in the middle of a Texas desert, a doctor is called to help save him. The doctor recovers some of his personal records and contacts his brother to pick him up. The man had been missing for four years, and his brother and step-sister had been taking care of his kid while his wife abandoned the family after he went missing. The kid and his long-lost father set out on a journey to find the mother/wife after given clues to where she might be working. As the film unfolds, so does the full dramatic story of what exactly happened to him and his wife before the both of them broke family ties and went missing.

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Red River (1948). Western Dunson leads a cattle drive to sell beef stock wholesale - the culmination of 14 years of hard labor, ranching and branding - from Texas to Missouri. His hires, including a top-notch gunman Matt Garth, set out for Missouri, but along the way not everything goes as planned. Along the way misfortunes and lost lives spoil the mindset of Dunson, trying to cope from lack of sleep, a gunshot wound and binge-drinking whiskey. Along the way a feud takes place between Dunson and Garth over whether to travel to another destination in Kansas or keep heading to Missouri to make a sales contract. The group slits up, as Dunson seeks to kill his former partner Garth for perceived betrayal.

Anonymous 03/31/2023 (Fri) 20:27 [Preview] No.46159 del
There's also a 1985 version with David Carradine as the 'tard maintenance guy. Only made it 20 minutes in before I gave up. The '50s version, with the always scintillating Eileen Heckart, is the only one to watch, despite the hilariously bad Hays Code ending.

Anonymous 04/02/2023 (Sun) 14:59 [Preview] No.46172 del
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Lucy And Desi (2022). This documentary explores and uncovers the lives and careers of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz as well their rather rocky personal relationship and controversies before, during and long after they created one of the most famous American sitcoms "I Love Lucy" that aired in the 1950s. This documentary will reveal it all, even some of the sad secrets they would have rather kept out of public knowledge.

Anonymous 04/12/2023 (Wed) 19:20 [Preview] No.46273 del
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Torrente's decent OP. Just kinda crazy sometimes

Anonymous 05/15/2023 (Mon) 09:13 [Preview] No.46566 del
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The Bicycle Thief (1948) [also titled "Bicycle Thieves" internationally]. Highlighting the hardship of post-World War II life for the average Italian working class, this film is about a man who relies on his bicycle to commute to work to make a living. He is offered a job of pasting advertising posters around the city, but is no longer able to work when his bicycle is stolen. Desperate to find the thief he recruits his comrades to help find the bicycle and bring the thief to justice. Doing so in a crowded city proves to be an extremely difficult task and time is running out for the victim as he gets desperate to continue to earn a living or face homelessness.

This film was originally in a foreign language but you can now get it with English subtitles and voice dubbed if you are too lazy to read subtitles as an American I can sympathize lol.

Anonymous 05/16/2023 (Tue) 15:20 [Preview] No.46578 del
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One Hour Photo (2002). A photo technician who works in a suburban big-box store lives alone with no friends or family outside his career. His favorite costumers are the only ones he knows anything about as he had years of experience developing their personal photos. When he becomes obsessed with one particular family he becomes mentally unstable after finding out the husband is cheating on his wife, a long-time customer he adores and admires. After being fired from his job for indiscrepancies during an audit over hundreds of photos developed and stolen, he seeks his own form of justice as he becomes disillusioned and unhinged.

Anonymous 05/17/2023 (Wed) 02:56 [Preview] No.46583 del
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A Clockwork Orange is a 1971 dystopian crime film adapted, produced, and directed by Stanley Kubrick, based on Anthony Burgess's 1962 novel of the same name. It employs disturbing, violent images to comment on psychiatry, juvenile delinquency, youth gangs, and other social, political, and economic subjects in a dystopian near-future Britain.

Alex (Malcolm McDowell), the central character, is a charismatic, antisocial delinquent whose interests include classical music (especially Beethoven), committing rape, theft, and ultra-violence. He leads a small gang of thugs, Pete (Michael Tarn), Georgie (James Marcus), and Dim (Warren Clarke), whom he calls his droogs (from the Russian word друг, which is "friend", "buddy"). The film chronicles the horrific crime spree of his gang, his capture, and attempted rehabilitation via an experimental psychological conditioning technique (the "Ludovico Technique") promoted by the Minister of the Interior (Anthony Sharp). Alex narrates most of the film in Nadsat, a fractured adolescent slang composed of Slavic languages (especially Russian), English, and Cockney rhyming slang.

Here's a trailer for it


Warning: the novel is a lot worse than the film

Anonymous 05/17/2023 (Wed) 03:06 [Preview] No.46587 del
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The Holy Mountain is a 1973 Mexican surreal film directed, written, produced, co-scored, co-edited by and starring Alejandro Jodorowsky, who also participated as a set designer and costume designer on the film. Following Jodorowsky's underground hit El Topo, acclaimed by both John Lennon and George Harrison, the film was produced by the Beatles manager Allen Klein of ABKCO Music and Records. Lennon and Yoko Ono put up production money.


Anonymous 05/17/2023 (Wed) 20:30 [Preview] No.46595 del
Dystopian films used to be fun watching but now that more than half of the world's population is living in a dystopian world it's lost it's thrill and twisted authenticity. Not that all of them are bad films, just saying.

Anonymous 05/18/2023 (Thu) 01:55 [Preview] No.46596 del
Yeah most of those movies are literal realities nowadays. Depending on where you live in

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Take The Money And Run (1969). What happens when you get a inept dimwitted incompetent loon as a failed criminal, who cannot help committing more crime trying to free himself from his past failures in life? As the criminal charges add up, so does his failures but that does not seem to stop the fool. What do we get? A mockumentary film directed by Woody Allen sounds all to plausible.

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I watched two movies yesterday which I've seen before, the previous times watching them were around the mid-2000s, both movies are pretty entertaining for a crime-solving horror genre.

Silence of the Lambs (1991): An FBI trainee is recruited to persuade a violent serial killer, "Hannibal the cannibal", to help cooperate and disclose what he knows about another mentally-deranged serial killer still on the loose, "Buffalo Bill", before another kidnapped woman gets skinned alive. To get a hold of solid testimony identifying the killer before it is too late, Hannibal requests transfer to a more accommodating prison where he can see the outdoors from his high-security prison cell. Considering he is a brilliant former psychologist who has outwitted and killed law enforcement in his past, this proves to be a very difficult and dangerous negotiation.

Hannibal (2001): Taking place 10 years after the first film, Hannibal remains a free fugitive on the FBI's top ten most wanted dangerous criminals. There is a heavy reward for information on his whereabouts that could lead to his capture. The price for that reward comes with great risk to anyone who dares try setting Hannibal up in a sting operation. The former FBI trainee now full time employee is still dedicated to the case, but has become ensnared in controversy when previous sting operations end up messy with agents and others unnecessarily killed. Regardless what the FBI thinks, it may be up to her to capture Hannibal as she knows him as well as he knows her.

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My Bodyguard (1980). A boy who lives with his father and grandmother in a luxury hotel managed by his father in Chicago suddenly changes schools. As a new student at Lake View High School he learns about a racket and extortion scheme by a group of bullies who extort students for lunch money in order to be "safeguarded" against other bullies, bullies who conveniently work with one another. When another student returns to school after being investigated for the alleged murder of his brother, no one wants to hang around with the kid, not even the bullies. The new student learns the truth about the alleged murderer knowing what most students did not know, he was innocent and the death was just a tragic accident. Knowing this, he recruits the suspected murderer to protect his class from the bullies. But things do not go as planned when they too start finding out the truth. Without the facadé as a killer, the big kid doesn't look so tough.

Anonymous 06/22/2023 (Thu) 13:08 [Preview] No.46936 del
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Jesus Revolution (2023). Based on a true story about a Christian revival movement started in the early 1970s in the aftermath of the hippie movement, a pastor (at first hesitantly) welcomes a group of former hippies into his church to find Christ and tell their stories of how they became re-born. Much of the traditional old-school congregation became shocked and appalled when the doors to the church were opened to drop-outs, outcasts, misfits, hobos, drunks and drug addicts but none-the-less the pastor realized the only way to help save the youth was to welcome them with open arms to find Christ. And to the shock of the world it became the most successful Christian revival movement America had ever seen and to this very day thousands of troubled youth are still turning to God.

Anonymous 06/23/2023 (Fri) 01:16 [Preview] No.46940 del
funy movie budy

What's the name of the person/group who started it?

Anonymous 06/23/2023 (Fri) 01:19 [Preview] No.46941 del
The pastor just wanted to fuck stoned hippy sluts.

Anonymous 06/23/2023 (Fri) 15:58 [Preview] No.46952 del
>What's the name of the person/group who started it?


But there may be others who influenced Frisbee as well, so it's not exactly like he himself started the whole movement. Note he was part of the commune movements in the 1960s.

If you desire to read the whole story in detail, with spoilers, refer to the wikipedia page: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus_Revolution

I simply made a brief summary without including too much detail as I usually prefer doing. In no way am I into professionally critiquing films, nor have I heard anything about the pastor taking advantage of younger women (although that is entirely possible lol). If you find the story line interesting then you can research more yourself or simply watch the movie sometime.

Anonymous 07/05/2023 (Wed) 21:30 [Preview] No.47064 del
He probably got some STDs for all of that action he got


That is a lot of crazy stories

What kind of name is "Frisbee" though?

Anonymous 08/05/2023 (Sat) 00:48 [Preview] No.47374 del
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>(A brilliant yet paranoid mathematician who built his own supercomputer is in search of a number that will unlock the secret patterns behind nature and life. But as he is watching and keeping track of stock market algorithms, other individuals and organizations are watching and keeping track of him, 1998)

I just watched this movie again today after finding out the actor Mark Margolis died. He played a character in the movie Pi who helps Max find the missing number before dying of a stroke. Good actor, also was known for his appearances on Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul too.


I consider Pi a classic film for those who like strange gritty psychological thrillers.

Anonymous 08/06/2023 (Sun) 11:25 [Preview] No.47386 del
all these movies are nice but who you gonna call?

Anonymous 08/16/2023 (Wed) 21:16 [Preview] No.47803 del
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Repulsion (1965). A mentally unstable sexually-confused but charming young girl relies on her older sister to live and pay the monthly rent. What happens when the older sister has a new boyfriend and they go out of town to take a vacation together while the young girl is all alone? What happens when other men make a pass at this young, sexy but unhinged girl? What will her sister and her sister's boyfriend do when they get back to find a life that has flipped upside down?

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Summer of '84 (2018). Taking place back in the year 1984 in the suburbs of Ipswich of Cape May, Oregon a group of teenagers are fascinated with the latest news about an unknown serial killer kidnapping and murdering teenagers around their local area. One of the teenagers swears he saw first hand evidence of a potential victim gone missing. The bizarre and ironic issue is that his testimony points to a police detective who has been neighbors with his family since he was a young child. Of-course no one would believe a well established police detective would be involved with a conspiracy to kidnap and murder teenagers, especially those in the local community. However, the group of teenagers stay dedicated to finding out who the killer really is, and gathering evidence no matter how risky the tasks may be. Could the killer happen to be someone everyone least expected?

PS: This is probably one of the best modern horror films I have seen since Desolation which came out a year before this film!

Anonymous 08/19/2023 (Sat) 14:30 [Preview] No.47985 del
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High Noon (1952). A local marshal who once jailed a dangerous criminal who was arrested for murder just got married to a beautiful young woman, and was set to retire by high noon. Just before retiring and leaving town with his newly-wed, news comes out that the dangerous criminal was released from prison on bond. The marshal faces two options: try to save the town as well his future with his family by staying and defending that town from the criminal cowboy and his gang, or take the risk of losing that town to violent crime once again and being hunted into the future in rebellious vengeance by those he once jailed. His newly-wed wishes he would just retire and leave with her, while he struggles to convince her why he should stay and defend the town. He has until high noon to convince her, before the criminal gang of cowboys comes back to town for brutal vengeance.

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Thieves' Highway (1949). A veteran of World War II arrives back home where his girlfriend, soon-to-be wife, is currently living with his elderly parents. The veteran decides to go into business with a new friend he meets, trucking fresh apples from the country out to San Francisco. It turns out the both of them are competing with another duo of truckers buying the same apples. While his partner has an unfortunate accident, he is looking not to get ripped off by shady market dealers buying wholesale. Turns out the market dealer he sold to was a mobster who ran a racket, and he gets himself into serious trouble after threatening the market dealer who tried to rip him off. A whole series of events happen that start to unravel his future plans as a businessman and family man after his girlfriend comes to see him in San Francisco, catching him with another woman.

Anonymous 08/24/2023 (Thu) 18:30 [Preview] No.48207 del
Summer of 84 looks cool, I'mma check it out thanks.

Anonymous 09/05/2023 (Tue) 01:32 [Preview] No.48266 del
Bumping this thread for more mo/v/ies to get posted

Anonymous 11/06/2023 (Mon) 18:13 [Preview] No.48692 del
Patty McCormick grew up to be a babe in her 20s and 30s. Today she is 72 years old.

Anonymous 11/10/2023 (Fri) 10:41 [Preview] No.48747 del
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Kolchak: The Night Stalker (1972). A series of murders plague the Las Vegas strip. An investigative reporter takes up the case himself to attempt helping the local police identify the killer. The case gets odd when anomalies take place during the investigations, such as all victims having their blood consumed to the abnormal features of the killer from witnesses. Kolchak starts to suspect this killer is not exactly human, but the local police show a strong normality bias and rule that out... that is, until Kolchak can find solid proof.

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Kolchak: The Night Strangler (1973). Investigative reporter Kolchak takes up another case in Seattle to help local police identify a unique quirky serial strangler. Kolchak learns from the coroner's report that the all the victims' necks were crushed with brute inhuman strength, drained blood and traces of rotting flesh on their necks. After Kolchak consults a criminal records librarian to research other similar unsolved anomalies, he realizes the same strangler has struck before, again and again and again, every 21 years and then goes into hiding, with records dating back to the year 1889. When he confronts the local police about his study, as happened last time, they show a strong normality bias and do their best to refute certain evidence. Kolchak again has to come up with solid proof that the serial strangler is well over 100 years of age and may - or may not - be human.

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I bought a DVD box set of this Kojak movie series recently. Not to be mistaken with the above two Kolchak movies; Kojak was a successful TV series in the 1970s, which still remains a cult classic today. I also have the DVD box set of the TV series. If you like the TV series, you would like these movies as well:


Premise: Telly Savalas plays a New York City Detective Lieutenant for the local police department in Manhattan. He is assigned to help solve cases such as kidnappings, professional burglary, organized crime, espionage, assassination plots, killings and more. Kojak was well known and memed over the years for his sassy remarks to women and he often sucked on lollipops in certain scenes as a substitute to quit smoking cigarettes.

Anonymous 11/17/2023 (Fri) 17:10 [Preview] No.48882 del
Anyone making a list compilation for all the movies being posted here?

Anonymous 11/17/2023 (Fri) 18:15 [Preview] No.48883 del
I have most of these movies either on store bought DVD and/or 720p to 1080p digital copies of them on offline storage. Many great movies mentioned so far.

Anonymous 12/29/2023 (Fri) 15:55 [Preview] No.49238 del
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Searching (2018). A father who had lost his wife years ago from lymphoma has a socially-popular teenage daughter who has suddenly disappeared and cannot be found. The father reports the missing daughter to the police and they begin investigating. The father takes it upon himself to dig through the only evidence his daughter left behind: her laptop with all her social media accounts. He starts finding out his daughter has been living a life he never knew about. Did someone kidnap her? Did someone kill her? Did she just run away? The father is compelled to find out no matter what the risk and at all cost.

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Anonymous 12/30/2023 (Sat) 17:02 [Preview] No.49267 del
Thanks anon

Anonymous 01/04/2024 (Thu) 00:43 [Preview] No.49369 del
The Darjeeling Limited

The Darjeeling Limited is a 2007 American comedy-drama film directed by Wes Anderson, which he co-produced with Scott Rudin, Roman Coppola, and Lydia Dean Pilcher, and co-wrote with Roman Coppola and Jason Schwartzman. The film stars Owen Wilson, Adrien Brody, and Schwartzman as three estranged brothers who agree to meet in India a year after their father's funeral for a "spiritual journey" aboard a luxury train. The cast also includes Waris Ahluwalia, Amara Karan, Barbet Schroeder, and Anjelica Huston, with Natalie Portman, Camilla Rutherford, Irrfan Khan, and Bill Murray in cameo roles.

The film was released on October 26, 2007, by Fox Searchlight Pictures. The film received generally favorable reviews from critics and earned $35 million on a $17.5 million budget.[1] The film premiered at the 64th Venice International Film Festival in competition for the Golden Lion and was named among the Top Films of the Year at the 2007 NYFCO Awards.

Anderson's Hotel Chevalier, starring Schwartzman and Portman, acts as a prologue to the film.

Like most Wes Anderson films, it has nice visuals and is kinda depressing and melancholic at the end of the film. For a few minutes at least

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The Fugitive (1993). A surgeon living in Chicago returns home one night to find his wife brutally beaten to death while the murderer escapes during a tense fight. Police arrive to the scene to find the surgeon roughed up after the fight with the murderer. The murderer was a professional leaving no incriminating evidence that he was ever there. The police later charge the innocent surgeon for the murder of his wife. After being convicted in court and having a death sentence imposed, fellow prisoners attempt an escape which leaves the prisoner transport bus crashing. The surgeon reluctantly escapes and begins a deadly mission to find the murderer who killed his wife and prove his innocence after doing so. All the while a State-wide manhunt begins for the missing fugitive.

Anonymous 02/08/2024 (Thu) 18:14 [Preview] No.49884 del
It was a good film, I wish I could find more like it honestly. Most modern horror films suck, most are all about shilling the newest flashy special effects and whoring gore but no believable or persuasive story to them and (mostly) mediocre acting. If you want a good film follow three rules: good story line that captures interest, good acting, keep politics out of it unless absolutely necessary for the premise of the story. I plan on watching more and posting about the good ones soon.

Anonymous 02/11/2024 (Sun) 18:10 [Preview] No.49938 del
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Silent Tongue (1994). Based on old Western folk lore about a Native American ghost and her grieving mentally unstable husband, his wife comes back from the dead to haunt him after the husband failed to burn her dead body. She threatens to curse him and his father, his father being the man who purchased her and introduced her to his son years ago before she passed away during child labor. Little does the son know the horrific past about the kidnapping and slave labor of his former Native American wife, or the fact she also has a sister who was sold by the same local carnival manager, an obnoxious drunk who regularly hosts freak shows and vaudeville acts with poor, disabled and trafficked victims exploited for profits. Will the father be able to convince his son to burn the dead body of his wife? Will the ghost's sister be the one to stop the haunting? Will the father and son both be cursed to an early grave? Will long overdue justice come to those engaged in human trafficking and inhumane exploitation? Watch this intensely insane and gritty old Western horror story to find out.

Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 02:49 [Preview] No.49973 del
>Night Of The Living Dead (1968)
That's a classic horror movie. I liek it
>The Fugitive (1993)
Completely forgot about this movie though

Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 02:50 [Preview] No.49974 del
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That sounds so dark. wtf?

Anonymous 02/14/2024 (Wed) 14:52 [Preview] No.50017 del
It's like an old Western and dystopian horror combined in one flick. It's definitely not my favorite movie although I do give them credit for the unique story line and good acting. Plus the fact they are not heavily relying on special effects to grab the attention of the audience. It's not among the best films I have seen but it is definitely not a bad film either.

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Chinatown (1974). Based in the 1920s era, a private investigator is hired to investigate an engineer working for the LA Water and Power company who is suspected of cheating on his wife, later to find out the woman who hired him is not the engineer's real wife. The purpose was to publicly discredit the engineer and cost him his job. After the effort failed, the engineer is found murdered and dumped into a local reservoir. The private investigation leads to a grand criminal conspiracy relating to a large dispute between the LA Water and Power company and the murdered chief engineer, who ended up refusing to build a new dam to divert water (presumably meant to stop LA's massive drought crisis). What is uncovered during this investigation involves massive corruption, graft and fraud: a scam to milk LA taxpayers while enriching new land owners who exploited the drought to buy up farm land for pennies on the dollar, before enriching themselves by diverting water with a new damn over to their new properties using taxpayer money from LA.

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In The Year 2889 (1967). Based on a future dystopian post-nuclear world war event, a father and his daughter have enough supplies and food to survive comfortably for three months. Although they live rural, far outside any populated city, eventually desperate nearby survivors show up to their home begging for food and water. Hesitantly the father invites them into the home pressured by the generosity of his lonely daughter. However, not every single survivor invited into their home intends to remain friendly as rations are being depleted from the locked storage room. What's worse, the impact of global radiation is making existing wildlife mutate into creatures much more dangerous and unpredictable. Will the family and the survivors be able to survive? What happens to humanity after nuclear world war?

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Panic In Year Zero (1962). An American family goes on a camping trip the day LA is struck by a Soviet nuke. When they hear the emergency alert over the radio, the father diverts to a few small rural towns to go shopping to buy and stockup on basic essentials before all the panic sets in. The family then has to survive while the country is placed under martial law, as looting, rape and killing begins. The marauders are exploiting the crisis on the take, juvenile delinquents are robbing homes and abusing women and children, the mass exodus of people fleeing the cities is causing chaos, supply shortages and traffic jams. The family has to get out of dodge and fend for themselves to survive as the US military takes law enforcement into their own hands.

Anonymous 02/26/2024 (Mon) 12:07 [Preview] No.50194 del
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A Night to Remember (1958). Based on the 1955 book by Walter Lord about the sinking of the great "unsinkable" Titanic ship. This film recalls true stories from survivors who were saved aboard lifeboats during that tragic event. Back in 1912 everyone in the world really believed the giant Titanic ship was unsinkable due to it's gigantic fortification. The ship lacked sufficient lifeboat capacity and there was no emergency contingency planning in the event of a crisis. When the ship allegedly struck an iceberg and was badly damaged, it took the crew by complete surprise and they had to do whatever they could, trying not to cause panic, to save as many women and children onboard as they could. Of-course this was plagued by scandal, as the first class were the first to be saved, leaving the third class as well the coal workers the last ones to be alerted, many of whom ended up going down with the ship.

Their lives did not pass in vain though. Today there are international regulations for all ships. There must be full lifeboat capacity to save every single person aboard by law in the event of a catastrophe. After the sinking of the Titanic, there were 24/7 radio vigils setup for the Atlantic and Pacific oceans with international ice patrol units, and national guards who help patrol the sea lanes in case of any emergency making traveling safe for everyone in the ocean.

Anonymous 02/26/2024 (Mon) 16:13 [Preview] No.50202 del
have a bump

Anonymous 02/29/2024 (Thu) 22:32 [Preview] No.50245 del
>It's like an old Western and dystopian horror combined in one flick. It's definitely not my favorite movie although I do give them credit for the unique story line and good acting. Plus the fact they are not heavily relying on special effects to grab the attention of the audience. It's not among the best films I have seen but it is definitely not a bad film either.

Kinda sounds like a movie version of the book "Blood Meridian"

Same overtly dark tones

Anonymous 03/02/2024 (Sat) 15:41 [Preview] No.50269 del
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Leave The World Behind (2023). A family of four living in New York City take a weekend vacation and rent a nice semi-secluded home to stay outside of city limits. When suddenly witnessing accidents happening around them as the internet and GPS satellites go down offline they realize their vacation is on the verge of an unexpected disruption. When the wealthy home owners abruptly arrive in the middle of the night, the parents are informed there has been a massive blackout in New York City and all traffic is jammed. They ask to re-fund the visitors for the inconvenience while allowing them to temporarily stay until things get back to normal. As they all start to realize this is no ordinary cyber attack and that there is an imminent foreign hostile threat to America, they must band together and find a way to survive while the nation is brought into full blown kinetic war on American soil.

Anonymous 03/03/2024 (Sun) 15:33 [Preview] No.50277 del
For a movie produced by Barack Obama this was a fantastic film I must admit. I would like to mention a couple issues with the film in regards to an actual EMP event. Some of the scenes in the movie were not very realist so... Spoiler alert: #1 the scenes where the deer surround the girl is super fake, as deer would never do such a thing. Deer are scared animals and are naturally terrified of human beings. #2 If an EMP were to happen both the internet and the power grid would go down, not one or the other. #3 What they did not portray enough of is the civilized breakdown. Society would be much more violent and chaotic then what that family had witnessed, and without food people quickly turn to crime to get it, this is simply human nature IRL. Regardless, this movie is definitely worthy of owning a physical copy on DVD. Very entertaining and the acting was good too.

Anonymous 03/07/2024 (Thu) 00:39 [Preview] No.50317 del
Just watched The Equalizer (2014) and it was good.

Anonymous 03/07/2024 (Thu) 23:32 [Preview] No.50339 del
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RoboCop is a 1987 American science fiction action film directed by Paul Verhoeven and written by Edward Neumeier and Michael Miner. The film stars Peter Weller, Nancy Allen, Daniel O'Herlihy, Ronny Cox, Kurtwood Smith, and Miguel Ferrer. Set in a crime-ridden Detroit in the near future, RoboCop centers on police officer Alex Murphy (Weller) who is murdered by a gang of criminals and revived by the megacorporation Omni Consumer Products as the cyborg law enforcer RoboCop. Unaware of his former life, RoboCop executes a campaign against crime while coming to terms with the lingering fragments of his humanity.

RoboCop has been critically reevaluated since its release, and it has been hailed as one of the best films of the 1980s and one of the greatest science fiction and action films ever made. The film has been praised for its depiction of a robot affected by the loss of humanity, in contrast to the stoic and emotionless robotic characters of that era. RoboCop has continued to be analyzed for its themes such as the nature of humanity, personal identity, corporate greed and corruption, and is seen as a rebuke of the era's Reaganomics policies.

Anonymous 03/08/2024 (Fri) 10:21 [Preview] No.50349 del
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>it has been hailed as one of the best films of the 1980s and one of the greatest science fiction and action films ever made

I thought that movie was a bit overrated myself, it's not a bad movie but nothing to rave about either.

One of my favorite action/sci-fi films of the 1980s was Stephen King's "Maximum Overdrive" where all things mechanical would come to life and start trying to kill off the human race.

Anonymous 03/09/2024 (Sat) 12:51 [Preview] No.50373 del
Why can't we have more good threads like this?

Anonymous 03/26/2024 (Tue) 14:09 [Preview] No.50599 del
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Harold and Maude (1971). A troubled teenage boy who remains a bit of an outcast gets his kicks trying to traumatize his mother by stunt-faking his suicide, among other gruesome acts. The mother is desperate to get him mental therapy and have him meet a girl and have a normal relationship and life. Opposed to this, the teenager continues to rebel. When the teen boy meets an elderly rebellious female outlaw without his mother knowing, they bond well together becoming friends and get into all kinds of trouble. The friendship later blossoms into a romance despite her old age. What exactly will come of this odd relationship? What will the mother have to say when she finds out? Will the teenage boy mess up his whole life? This story is definitely one big crazy adventure.

Anonymous 03/26/2024 (Tue) 19:58 [Preview] No.50605 del
Who would have thought that the future of Brittain would actually be WORSE than a Clockwork Orange? At this point, I think I'd actually take that "future. "

Anonymous 03/30/2024 (Sat) 09:53 [Preview] No.50646 del
Come now, posting a fistful of dollars/a few dollars more without The Good. The Bad, and The Ugly?

You can never know the true glory of the west until you watch Eli wallach run through a cemetery for six minutes with The Ecstasy of Gold as bgm.

good thread anon

Anonymous 03/31/2024 (Sun) 00:15 [Preview] No.50658 del
Just make one yourself and wait for responses?

Anonymous 04/11/2024 (Thu) 00:52 [Preview] No.50764 del
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>One of my favorite action/sci-fi films of the 1980s was Stephen King's "Maximum Overdrive" where all things mechanical would come to life and start trying to kill off the human race.

Man they made every type of movie in the 80s tbh. Guess the coke was really good in Hollywood at that time

Anonymous 04/11/2024 (Thu) 00:57 [Preview] No.50765 del
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Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children[a] is a 2005 Japanese computer-animated film directed by Tetsuya Nomura, written by Kazushige Nojima, and produced by Yoshinori Kitase and Shinji Hashimoto. Developed by Visual Works and Square Enix, Advent Children is part of the Compilation of Final Fantasy VII series of media, which is based in the world and continuity of the 1997 role-playing video game Final Fantasy VII. Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children was released on DVD and Universal Media Discs with Japanese voice acting in Japan on September 14, 2005, and on April 25, 2006 with English voice acting in North America and the UK.

Advent Children takes place two years after the events of Final Fantasy VII and focuses on the appearance of a trio that kidnaps children infected with an unexplained disease called Geostigma. Final Fantasy VII hero Cloud Strife, suffering from the same disease, goes to rescue the children. He discovers that the trio plan to resurrect Sephiroth using the remains of the extraterrestrial villain Jenova, and he and his compatriots from the game fight to stop them. The film's voice acting cast includes Takahiro Sakurai, Ayumi Ito, and Toshiyuki Morikawa in Japanese, and Steve Burton, Rachael Leigh Cook, and George Newbern in English

The film received the "Maria Award" at the Sitges Film Festival in 2005 and the "Best Anime Feature" at the 2007 American Anime Awards. The original release was one of the best-selling animated films in Japan and the United States in its release year. The Complete release was noted as driving a large increase in sales of the PlayStation 3 console in its release week. By May 2009, the DVD and Universal Media Disc releases had sold over 4.1 million copies worldwide. Advent Children (the Complete version) returned to Japanese theaters from January 19, 2024 to February 1, 2024, and returned to stateside theaters on February 21, 2024, to promote the launch of the video game Final Fantasy VII Rebirth

The movie's like 20 years old. It still looks great to this day.

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Redline (Japanese: レッドライン, Hepburn: Reddo rain, stylized as REDLINE) is a 2009 Japanese animated science fiction film produced by Madhouse and directed by Takeshi Koike in his directorial debut. It stars Takuya Kimura, Yū Aoi, Tatsuya Gashūin, Yoshinori Okada, Kanji Tsuda, Yoshiyuki Morishita, Akemi, Takeshi Aono, Kōsei Hirota, Unshō Ishizuka, Kenta Miyake, Kōji Ishii, Chō, Kenyu Horiuchi, Tadanobu Asano, and its screenplay was written by Katsuhito Ishii, Yōji Enokido and Yoshiki Sakurai, based on an original story by Ishii. It is set in the distant future, where a man known as JP takes on great risks for the chance of winning the titular underground race.

The film was in production for seven years, and used over 100,000 hand-drawn frames. It premiered at the Locarno International Film Festival on August 14, 2009, and was theatrically released in Japan on October 9, 2010, by Tohokushinsha Film. Despite positive reviews, with particular praise for its animation, Redline was unsuccessful at the box office. It saw greater success following its home release, and is considered a cult film.

Anonymous 04/11/2024 (Thu) 01:01 [Preview] No.50767 del
Welcome to the Dollhouse is a 1995 American coming-of-age black comedy film written and directed by Todd Solondz. An independent film, it won the Grand Jury Prize at the 1996 Sundance Film Festival and launched the careers of Solondz and Heather Matarazzo. The story follows the unpopular middle schooler Dawn as she goes to extreme lengths trying to earn the respect of her vicious fellow students and her uninterested family. Dawn reappears in two of Solondz's other films, Palindromes and Wiener-Dog while her brother and father appear in the former in addition to Life During Wartime.

>The film's working title was Faggots and Retards.

I liek this movie a lot, because it shows just how awful normies are irl. No sugarcoating anything. That's why you can't trust them anons.

Anonymous 04/11/2024 (Thu) 13:35 [Preview] No.50781 del
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Some of my favorite films were from the 1970s and 1980s anon. Nostalgia is only one reason. People acted more human and were not afraid of imperfection. You can tell the acting was much better during those eras. There was no "political correctness" or "woke" activism back then. This made the scripts and story lines much more attractive for everyone as well more diverse and interesting. Special effects were not computerized so film makers were forced to be more creative and actually hire stuntmen and have pyrotechnics for climatic scenes which made the movies more believable and "real" for the viewers. Overall I find I can relate to older films as they give off a real human vibe while watching them that I do not receive when watching most modern films, if that makes any sense :P

Anonymous 04/16/2024 (Tue) 03:53 [Preview] No.50887 del
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yeah modern movies kinda suck in comparison.

>People acted more human and were not afraid of imperfection.

Maybe things will go back to that time one day. The world keeps turning and nothing ever lasts forever. Not even the way people think or act. Who knows what the future holds

Anonymous 04/17/2024 (Wed) 15:45 [Preview] No.50949 del
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Hells Angels on Wheels (1967). Supposedly based on a true story. A group of bikers known as the "Hells Angels" take notice when a seemingly ordinary man, who happens to ride a motorcycle, gets fired after assaulting a customer at a gas station. After a brief compliment, the fired employee decides to hang out where the Hells Angels bikers are temporarily going. After getting into some confrontation with some of the bikers, the leader of the pack decides the newcomer is more like them rather than a foe. Hesitantly from some of the bikers in the gang, they decide to give the new guy a chance to hang out with them and ride along. When the newcomer meets a female companion of the bikers, he begins to fall in love with her only to find out she belongs to the leader and anyone the leader allows her to sleep with, not just him. This new-founding adventure with the Hells Angels comes with risk: lots of brawling, partying, broken hearts, drinking, drugs, crime and of-course some confrontation with local police.

Anonymous 04/21/2024 (Sun) 17:33 [Preview] No.51046 del
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Stand By Me (1986). Taking place in 1950s small town Americana, four middle school boys go on a long hiking trip in search for a dead boy who was previously stabbed to death. Unknown to the boys at the time, some teenage delinquents nearby accidentally stumbled upon the dead body after committing grand theft auto. The teenagers refused to report it to the police, worrying they might be wrapped up in a criminal investigation involving the robbery. When the teenagers find out those boys are hunting to uncover the victim's dead body, the teenage delinquents become desperate to prevent any public disclosure.

Anonymous 04/21/2024 (Sun) 22:51 [Preview] No.51058 del
Share sume more boys

Anonymous 04/21/2024 (Sun) 22:52 [Preview] No.51059 del
*some sperg

Anonymous 04/22/2024 (Mon) 16:22 [Preview] No.51074 del
>Maybe things will go back to that time one day.

Today's culture is filled with political ideologues running around in dismay trying to control what people think and people do. They always think they know what is best for everyone else. However the times will change when enough of those political ideologues realize no matter how much they try to control and colonize others, eventually and naturally so, fumbles and fails miserably due to inherent flaws of human delusion.

Anonymous 04/26/2024 (Fri) 00:51 [Preview] No.51140 del
I mean Stephen King's kinda sus, but this movie looks pretty good

Anonymous 04/26/2024 (Fri) 01:18 [Preview] No.51150 del
Redo of Healer
Triage X
Immortal Guild

Anonymous 04/26/2024 (Fri) 14:27 [Preview] No.51166 del
Yah, his films are really hit or miss. Some of them I absolutely loved, very entertaining. Others suck balls, very lame. Stand By Me was one of his better films for sure and had an entirely realistic storyline.

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Strait-Jacket (1964). A grown up farm girl who has a rabid temper is now the mother to a child. After catching her husband cheating on her, she murders him with an axe right in front of her child. Instead of being convicted of cold blooded murder she is ruled to be mentally insane and sent to an insane asylum.

20 years later, her doctor grants her freedom to stay with her daughter and get back to living a normal life, of-course with guidance and a routine check-up. Meanwhile her daughter wants to marry a good looking fellow from a wealthier family, only his parents are not in consensual agreement with the marriage. The two plan to get married regardless, but one problem hangs over both their heads: the rather unstable mother that is prone to violence and paranoia... [Editor's note: there is a lot more to this story, however I fear disclosing the rest would spoil a great and very unexpected surprise that makes this film such a classic psychological thriller].

Anonymous 04/30/2024 (Tue) 20:43 [Preview] No.51249 del
i vouch for this and any movie with jason schwartzman in it

Anonymous 05/01/2024 (Wed) 18:44 [Preview] No.51303 del
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Civil War 2024. After the secession of Texas and California and the balkanization of other States and local regions around the once-United States, the federal government has declared war against American-led rebellion. A group of journalists are traveling to Washington DC taking dangerous risks to document and cover the front lines of a second American civil war. During this crisis communities go their own way, radical militants are abound, the US dollar faces hyperinflation, bartering becomes reality, Americans are killing Americans as the country becomes vulnerable to foreign intervention.

Anonymous 05/02/2024 (Thu) 03:02 [Preview] No.51306 del
I mean, Misery, Carrie and It are really good. But those are just rare exceptions

This movie sounds pretty crazy. Can't believe this was made in the 60s though.

Anonymous 05/03/2024 (Fri) 13:12 [Preview] No.51335 del
anti-spam bump

Anonymous 05/09/2024 (Thu) 13:54 [Preview] No.51484 del
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American Graffiti (1973). Taking place in the age of Americana; during the early 1960s; a group of high school graduates decide to enjoy one last night on the town to have fun while cruising around with other teenagers, drag racers and dare devils, before they are all forced to grow up and pursue their careers as adults. The guys get into all kinds of trouble and romantic flings with girls. Some find themselves hanging out with trouble makers, others make love for the first time, and in one case sick from drinking too much booze. It all takes place during one long night full of partying, romance, thrill and danger.

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Martin (1978). A disturbed young adult, Martin, comes from a family whom, some suggest, is a cursed vampire. Martin firmly denies he is a vampire, calling it superstition... or is it? The habits of this young man seem contrary to his own arguments as he becomes addicted to serial killing and drinking the blood of his victims.

Anonymous 05/23/2024 (Thu) 15:45 [Preview] No.51711 del
The Last Stop In Yuma County (2023). An old time diner is nearby the last gas station before leaving Yuma county. The gas station run out of gas and is waiting for a gas truck to refill the tanks. As people wait for the gas, they decide to dine and hang out for a while. When two bank robbers come into the diner they become desperate to get gas to get out of dodge, and they'll have to get some, sooner or later, and by any means necessary. When some folks start to recognize them as the wanted bank robbers, the situation turns dangerous and ugly.

Editor's note: this is by far the best modern film I have watched since some time. Very suspenseful film, thrilling story line, keeps you constantly wondering what will happen next. The film is a bit retro too, the story taking place in the early 1990s adding some nostalgia.

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Anonymous 05/23/2024 (Thu) 18:11 [Preview] No.51716 del
>>50836 (shut)
>>51000 (the)
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>>51714 (spammer)

Anonymous 05/24/2024 (Fri) 16:05 [Preview] No.51738 del
That's a great film.

Anonymous 05/29/2024 (Wed) 00:23 [Preview] No.51782 del
Just ignore him. It's healthier for u

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Anonymous 05/31/2024 (Fri) 01:27 [Preview] No.51843 del
The book is better and the original ending is fucking brutal

Anonymous 05/31/2024 (Fri) 19:45 [Preview] No.51864 del
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I got done watching the Godfather series. Parts I, II and III. Part I was great, an instant classic. Part II was very long and drawn out, a sequel yet also containing flashbacks reconstructing the history of the Godfather when he was much younger living in Sicily. A little too long if you ask me, but necessary for the final movie. Part III follows the Godfather's oldest son taking over the family business and concludes the rest of the story, ending in family tragedy. The storyline follows the Corleone crime family and their business operations, starting from Sicily and ending all the way to America (Miami, New York City and Las Vegas). Throughout the story there are many disputes, bribery, narcotics trafficking, assassination attempts, outside conflicts of interest, money laundering amid public scandal and criminal investigations into the crime family. Long, but well worth the watch.

Anonymous 06/02/2024 (Sun) 20:17 [Preview] No.51901 del
Oh God, not your spam again!


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Carrie (1976). A shy anti-social teenage girl lives with her religiously obsessed mentally ill single mother whom her father abandoned. This girl also has rare telekinetic powers related to high levels of stress and an ability to remotely wreck havoc around her. She was never popular at all and often bullied by her peers in school. After many of her gym peers get punished for ruthlessly bullying her in a locker room, they set up a plot to humiliate her at the high school senior prom. They decide to coerce the most popular stud in high school to take her out to the senior prom. Unknowing to both of them, they were being set up for a humiliating prank to become a laughing stock in front of everyone... but unknowing to all the juvenile pranksters, Carrie is on the verge of becoming dangerous and unhinged.

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Dark Waters (2019). This movie is based on a true horror story detailing real life events of systemic corruption between a major chemical manufacturing conglomerate (DuPont), many corporate attorneys and even unraveling the collusion behind corrupted US federal government agencies in an attempt to cover-up the largest human and wildlife poisoning scandal in the history of the world. In 1998, a corporate defense lawyer (Robert Bilott) working for Taft Stettinius & Hollister law firm is confronted by a farmer he once knew as a child regarding a mass die off and mutation of his cattle. He later finds out DuPont was dumping highly toxic chemicals in a nearby landfill. But that was only the beginning. Upon rigorous research, inquiries and investigation he finds DuPont is guilty of a massive conspiracy to knowingly cover up the deadly health effects of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA/C8) that has been used in nearly all consumer goods since the 1960s... and worse, collusion of federal agencies such as the EPA declining to take action against DuPont. Recent studies have shown 99% of human beings and wildlife now have trace amounts of perfluorooctanoic acid today which has dramatically increased cancer and organ failure. Next to no one can escape these deadly forever chemicals.

Anonymous 06/07/2024 (Fri) 19:26 [Preview] No.51975 del
The guy sitting on the far right side of the car mogs. The rest are hideous. In the thread pic I mean

Anonymous 06/07/2024 (Fri) 21:25 [Preview] No.51977 del
The pic was from a movie titled "River's Edge" from 1986, based on a true story about the murder of a teenage girl back in 1981. Do recommend watching that movie, it is a twisted film but a cult classic. The actor's name was Crispin Glover who played the amphetamine-addicted metal head "Layne" in the film.

Anonymous 06/09/2024 (Sun) 12:36 [Preview] No.52001 del
lots of spam and low life douche bags

Anonymous 06/12/2024 (Wed) 07:27 [Preview] No.52038 del
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The Lighthouse (2019). It's the 1890s and a hard working stiff begins a four week stint working as a "wickie" (lighthouse caretaker) on a tiny remote island off the coast of New England. He works for a heavy drunkard who claimed to be a sailor for many years. The drunkard urges his workmate to start binge drinking with him, and from then on everything starts to spiral out of control when they get themselves marooned during a horrible storm season.

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The True Story of Jesse James (1957). Based on a true story after the South lost the Civil War to Northern yankees, the James family farm gets raided and searched for Jesse Jame's brother who fought for the Southern rebels as a wanted man. Jesse refuses to disclose where his brother is hiding out. When his family and himself were issued death threats by nearby Yankees in Missouri and their bank accounts frozen due to past allegiance to the South, Jesse decides to form a posse of rebels to start robbing Northern banks for retribution. After a series of murders and robberies Jesse James becomes a high valued wanted criminal all over the nation. Some Americans considered Jesse James to be a underdog hero fighting for a cause, while others hated his guts and wanted him dead or alive behind bars. Whatever anyone might think of this old time Missouri farm boy, he made a name for himself and became a highly controversial figure of American history.

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Minari (2021). This fictional story takes place in the 1980s. An American Korean family from California moves to rural Arkansas for a fresh start, the wife wanting to find a slower-paced job while the husband farms to grow and sell crops. The family is facing financial troubles, and the parents on verge of divorce while having to raise two kids. They have to deal with various obstacles while trying to get by: debt, family health issues, a well water shortage, an old grandmother to help take care of, a crazy yet kind-hearted religious fanatic working hand on the farm and bitter arguments over their future. This movie exposes some of the hardship farm families can endure even during better economic times.

Anonymous 06/19/2024 (Wed) 04:43 [Preview] No.52139 del
The Warriors. A battle of gigantic proportions is looming in New York City. Numerous gangs outnumber the police 5 to 1, and tonight all the gangs are after the Warriors, a smaller street gang blamed over a rival gang leader's death. They have one night to escape New York City alive.

Watch the trailer:
https://youtube.com/watch?v=IAn_PrquNIY [Embed]

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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974). Although proclaimed to be based on true events, this movie was inspired from the horror stories of two real-life kidnappers and serial killers, Ed Gein and Elmer Wayne Henley. Most of the story is fictional only inspired by two disturbing murderous American psychopaths.

The story goes as followed: five young adults take a road trip through Muerto County, Texas. As they pass by a cattle slaughter house they pick up a demented low IQ hitch hiker. The hitch hiker and his family happen to work at the slaughter house. When the mentally insane hitch hiker gets upset and stabs one of the adults he gets thrown out of the vehicle. The young group then stop at the nearest gas station, low on gas, but the gas station owner (who happens to be the father of the deranged hitch hiker) says he has no more gas to sell. They decide to visit a nearby abandoned house that was previously owned by the father of a friend. When they get there they decide to go exploring, only to find another house tucked out further in the boonies.... only this house was never abandoned. This house belongs to an unhinged family of murderers, one of the brothers being the hitch hiker and the other "Leatherface" who likes to kill his victims with a chainsaw, along with their father, the gas station owner. The fictional story emulates some of the grisly horrific details exposed after real-life killers Ed Gein and Elmer Wayne Henley were caught and put to trial. Body snatching, murder, mutilation, the collecting of victim's bones and skin, and the overall extremely mentally challenged and psychotic persona of this rural crime family. This movie is definitely a cult classic horror film, and not for the faint of heart.

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The Mosquito Coast (1986). A pragmatic father of four kids is an independent inventor and engineer working on a farm. Disgruntled by the Cold War and greed of humanity in general he decides to talk to some African immigrants who harvest crops for a living, convincing them to flee the United States with him and his family to travel to a remote jungle in order to contribute building a new society together. Along their exciting journey they face hardship while building a new society from scratch. They also face outsiders who wish to interfere, and even threaten, their remote new-found way of life.

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The Last Stop In Yuma County (2023). An old time diner is nearby the last gas station before exiting Yuma county. The gas station ran out of gas and customers are waiting for a gas truck to refill the tanks. As people wait for the gas they decide hang out at the local diner for a while. As two bank robbers come into the diner they become desperate to get gas so they can get out of dodge, and they'll have to get some, sooner or later, by any means necessary. When some folks start to recognize them as the wanted bank robbers, the situation turns dangerous and ugly in this nostalgic-set suspenseful thriller.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=kd9mMDnpqGc [Embed]

https://youtube.com/watch?v=dIjW2ZuL6kw [Embed]

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Thanks anon, just watched that movie today and enjoyed it. It's controversial but I've seen John Waters films so this didn't make me cringe a bit lol.

Welcome To The Dollhouse (1995). A shy unpopular seventh-grade girl living in an average suburban home in New Jersey has a hard time socializing in school. She is often teased and berated by bullies. She develops a crush on her older brother's band's lead singer who is still in high school, although one of the school bullies starts to fall for her after threatening to rape her. When the bully who secretly admires her is suspected of drug dealing he is expelled from school and escorted off the premise by police, regardless he claims innocence. She offers to run away with him, around the same time her little sister had been kidnapped by a pedophile. Despite all her various problems she is busy growing up and coping with the fact that life is not all that fair or peachy.

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I Am Chris Farley (2015). A documentary all about the life and career of the beloved comedian actor Chris Farley. Chris was well known for his loud, obnoxious, energetic and sometimes crude comedy stunts, was a member of Chicago's Second City Theatre and later a cast member of the NBC comedy show Saturday Night Live from 1990 to 1995. This documentary features interviews from family members, fellow actors, actresses and acquaintances who knew Chris very personally. The true stories bring back memories of all his greatest performances, movies and live shows and also reveals his unfortunate struggle with drugs and alcoholism that inevitably led to his tragic death at the ripe age of 33.

Anonymous 06/30/2024 (Sun) 17:50 [Preview] No.52323 del
I decided to archive this thread once again, good work to all those who have contributed so far.


Anonymous 07/02/2024 (Tue) 00:24 [Preview] No.52355 del
Sin City (also known as Frank Miller's Sin City) is a 2005 American neo-noir crime anthology film directed by Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller based on Miller's comic book series of the same name.[4] The film stars an ensemble cast led by Jessica Alba, Benicio del Toro, Brittany Murphy, Clive Owen, Mickey Rourke, Bruce Willis, and Elijah Wood, and featuring Alexis Bledel, Powers Boothe, Michael Clarke Duncan, Rosario Dawson, Devon Aoki, Carla Gugino, Rutger Hauer, Jaime King, Michael Madsen, Nick Stahl, and Makenzie Vega among others.

Much of the film is based on the first, third, and fourth books in Miller's original comic series. The Hard Goodbye is about an ex-convict who embarks on a rampage in search of his one-time sweetheart's killer. The Big Fat Kill follows a private investigator[5] who gets caught in a street war between a group of prostitutes and a group of mercenaries, the police and the mob. That Yellow Bastard focuses on an aging police officer who protects a young woman from a grotesquely disfigured serial killer. The intro and outro of the film are based on the short story "The Customer is Always Right" which is collected in Booze, Broads & Bullets, the sixth book in the comic series.

Sin City opened to critical and commercial success, gathering particular recognition for the film's unique color processing which rendered most of the film in black and white while retaining or adding color for selected objects. The film was screened at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival in competition and won the Technical Grand Prize for the film's "visual shaping"

Anonymous 07/02/2024 (Tue) 00:49 [Preview] No.52360 del
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The Blair Witch Project

The Blair Witch Project is a 1999 American supernatural horror film written, directed, and edited by Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez. It is a fictional story of three student filmmakers—Heather Donahue, Michael C. Williams, and Joshua Leonard—who hike into the Black Hills near Burkittsville, Maryland, in 1994 to film a documentary about a local myth known as the Blair Witch. The three disappear, but their equipment and footage are discovered a year later. The purportedly "found footage" is the movie the viewer sees.

Myrick and Sánchez conceived of a fictional legend of the Blair Witch in 1993. They developed a 35-page screenplay with the dialogue to be improvised.

About 20 hours of footage was shot, which was edited down to 82 minutes. Shot on an original budget of $35,000–60,000, the film had a final cost of $200,000–750,000 after post-production edits.

The Blair Witch Project grossed nearly $250 million worldwide, making it one of the most successful independent films of all time, as well as the 29th most profitable horror film, while also being a sleeper hit. The film launched a media franchise, which includes two sequels (Book of Shadows and Blair Witch), novels, comic books, and video games. The film is credited with reviving the found-footage technique that was later used by similarly successful horror films such as Paranormal Activity and Cloverfield.

Anonymous 07/02/2024 (Tue) 01:45 [Preview] No.52361 del
I remember when this film was first introduced some people actually thought it was real footage based on true events lol. Great film, don't get me wrong. I would definitely like to watch that film again sometime. They did a superb job camping out in the woods and making it look all authentic and surreal.

Anonymous 07/03/2024 (Wed) 04:34 [Preview] No.52374 del
Blue Sunshine (1977). A cult classic independent film based on a bizarre series of murders in Los Angeles, as a wanted man is wrongly blamed for the murders due to circumstantial evidence. This man is on a mission to find the reason behind these murders and during his investigation finds out every killer involved in the murders had graduated from the same university 10 years ago, and every murderer at some point had taken a bad batch of LSD; nicked named "blue sunshine" back in 1967; that later causes extensive chromosomal aberrations and homicidal psychosis. He is on a mission to prove his innocence and expose what really happened.

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And Justice For All (1979). A dedicated and disgruntled lawyer who is out to seek the truth; and justice served equally and honestly; faces enormous obstacle and bureaucratic pressure testing his patience and his sanity working within the half-ass broken, and often dirty and corrupt, Judicial system. It all gets far worse when he is blackmailed over past accidental discrepancy of conduct that could get him barred if it were to come forward, the lawyer is forced to take up a new case, this time defending a corrupt Judge he hates who faces allegations of rape and physical assault of an innocent woman. He hates defending this corrupt Judge with a passion, but will he risk the consequences of being blackmailed? Face it, in a system that honors and favors winning more than the truth or justice, anything could happen... right or wrong... for good... or bad... or worse.

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Ace In The Hole (1951). An alcoholic, down on his luck, newspaper reporter who had gotten fired from previous publishers due to his eccentric aggressive behavior is desperate to make a comeback and make it big. In order to do that, he needs a scoop. An ace in the hole so to speak. He just happens to find one, and it's a biggie, at the right place and the right time. A man is trapped in a collapsed cliff dwelling, and the reporter decides to talk the Sheriff and make a deal to help him win an assured re-election, in favor he'll be the only one allowed to see and talk to the trapped man, so he can get the whole scoop on his own, and on his own time so other publishers can't possibly beat him to it. He and the Sheriff could be local heroes.... only if the man survives in time for the rescue crews to get him out safely... and that is one daunting, dangerous and long task ahead.

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For a low budget independent film, this is a rather fun-to-watch retro campy post-apocalyptic cult classic if you have some spare time.

Damnation Valley (1977). Starting at the 123rd Strategic Missile Wing Tipton US Air Force Base in the middle of the Mojave Desert, California, the military crew detects incoming nuclear missiles from the Soviet Union. They naturally deploy all deterrents and retaliatory strikes, only there are not enough deterrents to save most American cities. Many American cities are reduced to radioactive dust. The power of the nuclear war between the US and the USSR has tilted the Earth's axis, creating deadly dangerous natural disasters on top of radioactive wastelands. As they spend months living in the underground bunkers of the base, an airman falls asleep dropping a lit cigarette, starting a small fire, which causes an explosion after reaching a gas pipe. Most of the crew die, including the base commander. The few who survived were temporarily outside the bunker. They decide to take the two Landmaster APCs from the fortified garage port after receiving a weekly radio transmission from Albany, New York, in order to find survivors. During their trip they come across harsh radioactive storms, colonies of mutated killer cockroaches, a stranded boy, a lovely lady, dangerous armed marauders and hemisphere-wide tsunamis. Can they survive? Find out, get your copy of Damnation Valley on VHS or Beta cassette today!

Anonymous 07/14/2024 (Sun) 13:56 [Preview] No.52530 del
cool thread, bumping because of all the recent spam

Anonymous 07/15/2024 (Mon) 00:49 [Preview] No.52553 del
Walls of blabber

Anonymous 07/16/2024 (Tue) 14:30 [Preview] No.52574 del
They are just movie recommendations outlining the stories of each of them. If you don't like movies just ignore the thread.

>Damnation Valley (1977)

Correction: Damnation Alley. That was a fun one to watch while I was bored one day having nothing better to do being it was way too hot outside that day.

Never have seen Sin City but I will have to give that one a watch, thanks again anon.

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Zodiac (2007). Based on true events surrounding the long investigation into the notorious Zodiac killer who sent detectives and federal investigators cryptic codes and letters containing vague hints about his future plans to hunt down more innocent victims. Finding this man is nearly impossible, as he leaves no solid evidence linking him personally to any of his crimes, and any evidence that is eventually found is all circumstantial evidence which is not admissible as evidence to prosecute. To track this spook down takes a lot of time, research and dedication.

After a decade long investigation leading almost nowhere, a San Francisco cartoonist, who became obsessed with tracking down the Zodiac Killer willing to put his career aside to find out who exactly this killer was, offered to help former and current investigators identify the Zodiac killer. They came real close to solving this case, even determining who the real murderer actually was. Although the case was close to being solved, the most likely suspect of the case died from a heart attack in 1992.

Editor's note: although there have been many other suspects, this case has never been officially solved and there are still debates today about who the killer really was. Some independent investigations still continue today, all unsolved.

Anonymous 07/16/2024 (Tue) 20:15 [Preview] No.52580 del
breddy gud list, thank you buddy

Anonymous 07/18/2024 (Thu) 13:19 [Preview] No.52600 del
They're just real safe and average

Anonymous 07/18/2024 (Thu) 13:27 [Preview] No.52602 del
You should be safe when watching a movie lol. As far as average, yah, some of them. Others are pretty darn good for movies. Can you name better? Last night I drank 3/4th a bottle of blended scotch whiskey (yah, the cheap stuff!) and watched The Sons of Katie Elder staring Dean Martin and John Wayne. Even had Dennis Hopper in one scene, he was young back in the 60s. Fell asleep near the end of the movie, had to re-watch the rest of it this morning.

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Hellfighters (1968). Based on a series of true events related to brave oil well firefighters who have risked their lives containing and clearing up dangerous oil rig disasters. A family man heads a Houston–based oil well firefighting company, Buckman Company. He got divorced many years ago yet still loves his former wife who became disgruntled over the danger and risk that comes with his career. When his daughter meets someone on her father's firefighting team after her father gets injured in a near-death experience, and falls in love, it brings the family back together for the first time in nearly 20 years. The father, head of Buckman Company, decides to resign and take a job on the board of directors of the Lomax Oil where his brother manages, so he can get back together with his former wife and live like a normal business man.

That all comes to an abrupt end when he is called up by a former Buckman Company associate as well the National Guard and asked to help with the most dangerous daunting task yet - a national security relations concern - where five oil wells were sabotaged and up in flames by guerrilla fighters in (previously allied) Venezuela. Both the US and Venezuelan military promise them protection in the war zone if the Buckman Company promises to put out the fires. However, the family wives wish to face the danger traveling alongside their husbands and refuse to take "no!" for an answer.

Anonymous 07/23/2024 (Tue) 18:11 [Preview] No.52662 del
The orginal the thing was pretty good so was the time the earth stood still the 40s had some real obscure gems if you look hard enough there was this one fag flic about christ called him though it's lost media not much known about it

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