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It all depends on if i watch series or not, but i'll try to aim for the 100 movies.

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1.The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King(2003)
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1. The Moonrise Kingdom (2012) | Great cast, cute movie.
2. The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012) | Rewatched

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Ah, many thanks for that .. my main problem is that I never know where to start or what to start with, I often end up watching too much contemporary stuff or classics in a context that's hard to make sense of. I hadn't thought of Argentinian comedy, or films during the Alfonsín years, which makes it extra intriguing, just for the mood of the country/arts in that decade.. still kind of obscure for me.

Might also try to finally take my time with Raymundo Gleyzer's documentaries.
I wouldn't asociate them with art, but esperando la carroza is THE argentinian classic. It's such a classic, that almost everybody knows it by heart or at least a couple of quotes. Some quotes even became local expressions. So, start with that one!!!

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I wouldn't asociate them with art, but esperando la carroza is THE argentinian classic. It's such a classic, that almost everybody knows it by heart or at least a couple of quotes. Some quotes even became local expressions. So, start with that one!!!
hehehe yeah, I know the whole movie by heart... quote after quote
the beauty of it is that even though is a movie from the 80s is so current, specially depecting the typical middle class. Also "100 veces no debo", talking about dollars as we do today right? :p
both are comedies that don t dwell on the regime so you can watch them with ease... now I feel like watching la carroza again, gonna search for my copy (a staple in every home)

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I'm in. Will be happy if I watch 100, but hoping for between 230-250 this year. (I hit 230 last year, so I kinda want the number to be above or the same.)

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I would love to include more documentaries, I feel like that is one genre I lack. So I'm also going to challenge myself to include at least 10 documentaries.

My list:
1. Pitch Perfect (2012)
2. The Watch (2012)
3. Premium Rush (2012)
4. Shame (2011)
5: Craigslist Joe (2012)

I'm bolding the documentaries. Craigslist Joe was interesting because it was a man living of the generosity of people on craigslist for one month. He traveled all over the US with no money or any extra clothes.

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^ I'm sure you like Matt Damon!
Actualy not much,it's just a coincidence. I just needed some light drama/comedy after all that action

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