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    ~ Personal >9.5 Selection ~

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    007 all'italiana

    Favs/dislikes: 6:0. All the movies cited in the Marco Giusti - "007 all'italiana" movie book about the little known genre of 007 italian style.
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    1.21 Jigowatts Top 50 Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 5:0. The results of a movie group on facebook all voting for their favourite movies of all time.
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    10 Best Hindi Films of The Decade (2000-2009)

    Favs/dislikes: 4:0. Film critic Sudhish Kamath (of The Hindu) ranks the 10 best Hindi films made in the first decade of the 21st century.
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    10 beste filmer 2012 - Filmpolitiet (P3)

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    10 beste filmer 2012 - VG

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    10 beste filmer 2013 - Filmpolitiet (P3)

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    10 beste filmer 2014 - Filmpolitiet (P3)

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    10 beste filmer 2015 - Filmpolitiet (P3)

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    10 beste filmer 2016 - Filmpolitiet (P3)

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. De beste filmene i 2016, i følge Filmpolitiet på NRK P3
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    10 conceptually interesting movies

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Though provoking movies that leave the watcher astonished, surprised and intellectually questioned with maybe philosophical insights.
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    10 Essential Caribbean Films

    Favs/dislikes: 4:0. "We had to put together a list of Caribbean film essentials to highlight some of the best of what the Caribbean has to offer in storytelling. This list focuses on feature films and skews towards the English-speaking islands and territories, but look out for future lists highlighting the essential Caribbean documentaries, Caribbean shorts and feature films from other languages and regions in the Caribbean." - Romola Davis / Caribbean Film Academy 1-10 Top 10 (unranked) 11-13 Honorable mentions
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    10 Great Cult Movies That Are Actually About Cults

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. At the root of the horror genre lies a proclivity towards hyperbole in manifesting our fear of the unknown. For writers like David Cronenberg, domestic dramas about custody battles and marital unrest are simply too inexpressive to represent the dismal reality of dissolving the family unit or falling out of love. Such emotions, instead, deserve to be treated with shocking visuals depicting bodily decay and irreparable mental defilement centered around the exploitation of an unfamiliar – or monstrous – physicality. These allegorical fables are the filmic equivalent to poetry in their ability to communicate complex feelings despite the severe limitations of their medium. There are a number of criteria a horror movie can meet to attain “cult” status, and the devisiveness of such multifaceted plots as Cronenberg’s often propels movies initially panned to warrant induction into the cult canon. Many critics were slow to accept the filmography of David Lynch on the basis of his films’ overwhelming nonsensicality before rediagnosing his abstract thinking as a commendable stab at articulating the unconscious. In the tradition of John Waters and Kenneth Anger, the label “cult” also proves synonymous with “taboo,” as the subjects of these filmmakers’ work dispute the notion of film’s compatibility with television’s ratings-conscious, family-minded hospitality. But one subject that’s often overlooked in the culture of cult horror, ironically, is religious deviance – or cults. With the exception of Rosemary’s Baby and his Satanic offspring, the horrific glimpse into oppressive theological environs and its resulting disparity in spirituality are rarely considered when taking stock of the pulpy subculture, as the sensational subject matter can easily be read as superficial biography of the nonsecularly-ensnared. As an exercise in analyzing the inherent terror in novel self-doubt, the following ten movies exemplify the secretion of alternative theologies as the mental virus propelling their hosts towards self-destruction.
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    10 Great Movies That Push The Limits of Digital Filmmaking

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. Cinema is stuck in a circle of conventions and forced and unforced nostalgia, and particularly fervent supporters of the analogic qualities of cinema have taken the digital revolution as something to be criticized. What some people have missed is that the digital medium has a sort of punk attitude that represents the best chance at challenging the rules of cinema, rediscovering a more intimate nature, defying old codes of representation as well as the temporal and economical rules of cinema. It is also the best medium to approach the society of the late 90s and the 2000s, where digital is slowly beginning to dominate every artistic, economical, and philosophical field.
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    10 Movies That Remind Me Why I Quit My Office Job

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. If you were to ask a random sample of white collar workers from anywhere in the world what the last thing they want to experience at nine in the morning is, you’re likely to hear mention of inhumane fluorescent light, a pair of panorama-blocking cork boards, a near lack of color, frigidly-conditioned air, totally insignificant conversation, and the smell of bargain coffee. The hellhole that is the bureaucratic work space certainly isn’t a haven for aesthetic fulfillment, as efficiency reigns supreme in the life-draining hovel which engulfs one third of your day. More inhumane still are those who govern this breeding ground for potential executives, future burnouts, and very few parties outside either of these denominations. Whether your brand of escapism involves angelic wings, horrific baby masks, and rogue air conditioning specialists or the idyllic prospect of spending the rest of your days doing absolutely nothing, an employment spent within a bureaucratic environment has proven to be a goldmine for inventive screenplays and remarkable literature. What follows is a brief walk through the eerily familiar administrative career filtered through the eyes of a creative thinker drastically miscast as an interchangeable corporate cog.
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    100 best russian films by Afisha

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