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BLOW-UP (dir: Michelangelo Antonioni, Not Rated) - Thom says, "BLOW-UP could pass as my biopic a mod photographer named Thomas grows bored of his life of entertaining floozies / buying antiques and decides to listen to the Yardbirds / do some drugs / get involved in a psychological murder-mystery. Also like my future biopic, BLOW-UP features a score by Herbie Hancock and was initially considered too-risqu and avant-garde for most audiences. Oh, and there are mimes. In Jeeps. Jeep-driving mimes. Did I tell you about my love of mime? BLOW UP may have started it. Its a rather slow movie but its worth it for the brain-shattering ending. So, if you happen to be me, too hip for anything your friends would like, or nodding-off with a needle in your arm, youll LOVE this movie!"
WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? (dir: Mike Nichols, Not Rated) - Thom says, "Allegedly, every cast member that was credited in this film received an Academy Award nomination. Im too lazy to check that, but I believe it. The only film containing Elizabeth Taylor that doesnt make me want to stab a panda, WHOS AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? has the greatest dialogue of all time. Now what? 'Ooo, ooo but I like CLERKS!' No. No, you dont. You hate CLERKS. WOOLF and BLOW-UP (another great film) are the reasons we have a rating system. Beat that, Kevin Smith. This movie is so acerbic actress Sandy Dennis miscarried during production."
PERSONA (dir: Ingmar Bergman, Not Rated) - Bart says, "Not too many people know that Greg and I were in a band together in the late 90s. It was perhaps the greatest unsigned band of the rock 'n' roll era, and it was named after this acclaimed Ingmar Bergman film which is, along with WALKABOUT, the main reason we've got ourselves our own DVD store. Watch this perplexing Swedish drama about a mentally unstable actress and her nurse gradually merging into a single being in an isolated beach house and the direction of your life might be unalterably changed, just like ours was."
AU HASARD BALTHAZAR (dir: Robert Bresson, Not Rated)
THE BATTLE OF ALGIERS (dir: Gillo Pontecorvo, Not Rated)
THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY (dir: Sergio Leone, Not Rated)
A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS (dir: Fred Zinnemann, Not Rated)
MASCULIN FMININ (dir: Jean-Luc Godard, Not Rated)
MODESTY BLAISE (dir: Joseph Losey, Not Rated)
SECONDS (dir: John Frankenheimer, Not Rated)
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