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Need help with a film to rent. GOOD FILM!

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I need to give a speech about a film I choose to critique. I decided I want to critique a film that I haven't seen before. I'm looking for something along the lines of independent films, but I'm having trouble finding a good film that I haven't seen before. So I come here to ask for suggestions. Here's a list of films I've seen of what I can remember.

 

Some independent, some just seem independent. :

 

Memento

Following

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Trainspotting

Fight Club

The Wall

Snatch

Blow

Requiem for a Dream

Pi

Man Bites Dog

 

I'm sure that there's more, but I just can't remember them all. I hope someone can help. Please and thank you.

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Keep them coming guys. My friend told me about Gummo. He also said the same director did one called Julian Donkey Story or something like that.

 

I've also seen Run Lola Run.

 

Which the same director did another movie, but I forgot the title to it. Someone help me out here.

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13 conversations about one thing

 

I highly recommend this movie, to everybody. "13 conversations about one thing" is the name. Fucking great film...

Donnie Darko is cool too, watch em both. Oh and another one you should watch too, Waking Life.

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i HIGHLY reccomend Donnie Darko, if your gonna be giving a speech about any film this has the most to talk about out of all these films. But if your gonna be a bitch about it:p Boondock Saints is a fun Guy Richie movie, Pi is pretty good too

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BottleRocket

Black,White and Red All Over

Lock,Stock and two smoking barrels

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Donnie Darko.

 

 

:) i just bought that movie.

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yeah that HATE movie is hella dope i think its actually called LE HAIN or something like that

IGBY GOES DOWN is hella dope too check it:cool:

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Thanks for all help guys. You helped a lot. Keep going. I can use the others for future reference.

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I can't believe I forgot about Clockwork Orange. It's one of the greatest films to ever be created.

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-the boon dock saints

violent and gang related.

-chopper

famous aussie stand over man who likes to hurt people..

-apocolypse now - redux

good ol' war movie. bit long thought. but worth seeing

-2 hands

good aussie gang related movie

-dirty deeds

..another aussie gang related movie

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dangerous lives of alterboys

tadpole

ghost world

boondock saints

down by law

blue velvet

eraserhead

dr. strangelove

the exorcist

tombstone

 

all good for one reason or another.

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To list a few....

 

The Last Temptation of Christ

Spartacus

Rear Window (Someone on here mentioned this film on another thread and I liked it)

All 3 Wes Anderson films: Bottle Rocket, Rushmore, Royal Tennenbaums

American Psycho

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my namesake.....

also:

thursday

gummo

american psycho

doom generation

the royal tennenbaums

requiem for a dream

basketball diaries

bullet

purple rain

clerks

taxi driver

the deer hunter

scarface

 

.....just some of my favorites.....rather diverse.....

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