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  1. BFI Flipside with extras's icon

    BFI Flipside with extras

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. BFI Flipside is dedicated to rediscovering cult British films, reclaiming a space for forgotten British films and filmmakers who would otherwise be in danger of disappearing from our screens forever.
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    Monsters of the Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0.
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    Aspects – My Genre

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Aspects are a British rap group from Bristol, SW England. This list contains every film referenced in their 2001 track My Genre.
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    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Annotated

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. This is not a complete recounting of every single pop culture reference in Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood. To claim as much would be hubris. No, this is simply the best The A.V. Club could do after two back-to-back viewings of Quentin Tarantino’s latest, the second of which was devoted wholly to noting every movie poster, real-life character, radio ad, and name drop we could catch. Plus (26-34) films from Quentin Tarantino Present the Swinging Sixties: (35-42) 10 Essential Films to Watch after Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood:
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    Top 25 British War Films

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. "We could argue all day about the definition of a British War Film and what the best means but for this entirely unscientific list, the definition of a British War Film is one that is largely British in character. They may have been directed by non-British directors, have non-British actors and may even have been made in Hollywood or elsewhere, but they retain that element of Britishness that we all understand. So no Das Boot, Saving Private Ryan, Apocalypse Now or other such great films. The judging criteria do not include historical accuracy, whether the correct buttons and rank insignia were worn, or whether the film is a ‘visceral and worthy portrayal of the realities of war’ or some other such artsy bollocks, instead, it is simply enjoyability for a wet Sunday afternoon in. So, it is not a list for the film buff, historian or the yoghurt-weaving wheatgrass smoothy types for them to bemoan the inhumanity and pointlessness of war. Most of these have a back story that is as good as, if not better, that the film."
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    Unsung 60s

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0.
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