Your ‘Movie List’ of 2020

Discussion in 'the Entertainment Spot' started by YohjiAddict, Sep 15, 2020.

  1. YohjiAddict

    YohjiAddict Well-Known Member

    May 26, 2016
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    I don't know why I didn't create it till now...all I know is I kept with my habit of writing down each and every movie I watch and I hope others have too. Here it goes...

    1. Mother (2009)
    2. The Good, the Bad, the Weird
    3. Antoine et Colette
    4. Sorry To Bother You
    5. Joint Security Area
    6. A Taxi Driver (2017)
    7. After Life (1999 )
    8. I'm a Cyborg, But That's OK
    9. Donnie Darko
    10. The King and the Mockingbird
    11. The Host
    12. The City of Lost Children
    13. 3-Iron
    14. The Throne (2015)
    15. The Veteran
    16. Peppermint Candy
    17. Live Flesh
    18. Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter...and Spring
    19. Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!
    20. A Tale of Two Sisters
    21. What Have I Done To Deserve This?
    22. Kika
    23. The Flower of My Secret
    24. The Bad Education
    25. Pain and Glory
    26. Dark Habits
    27. Little Women (2019)
    28. 1917
    29. Law of Desire
    30. My Neighbour Totoro
    31. Midsommar
    32. The Witch (2015)
    33. Little Women (1994)
    34. Jojo Rabbit
    35. Lies (1999)
    36. Pepi, Luci, Bom and Other Girls Like Mom
    37. Train to Busan
    38. The President's Barber
    39. Hereditary
    40. Camino a Roma
    41. First Monday in May
    42. Knives Out
    43. Mademoiselle C.
    44. The Platform
    45. Uncut Gems
    46. Blade Runner: The Final Cut
    47. The Pillowbook
    48. The Triplets of Belleville
    49. Frank Lloyd Wright: The Man Who Built America
    50. Dreamgirls: The photographs of Guy Bourdin
    51. Marc Jacobs & Louis Vuitton
    52. The Pérez Family (1949)
    53. God's Own Country
    54. The 400 Blows
    55. Lawrence Anyways
    56. Charade
    57. Isle of Dogs
    58. The Lighthouse
    59. Sitcom (199
    60. Come Undone (2000)
    61. I'm No Longer Here
    62. Valentino: The Last Emperor
    63. Se7en
    64. Natural Born Killers
    65. True Romance
    66. Fast Times at Ridgemont High
    67. The Double Life of Veronique
    68. High Heels (1991)
    69. The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover
    70. The Quiet Family (199:cool:
    71. Frances Ha
    72. The Meyerowitz Stories
    73. Chicuarotes
    74. The King's Letters
    75. The Age of Shadows (2016)
    76. Grave of the Fireflies
    77. Badlands
    78. The Towering Inferno
    79. The Foul King
    80. The Show Must Go On (2007)
    81. I Saw The Devil
    82. Lost in Translation*
    83. Nobody Knows I'm Here
    84. Burning*
    85. The Face Reader (2013)
    86. Memories of Murder*
    87. The Attorney (2013)
    88. Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance*
    89. Lady Macbeth
    90. In the Mood for Love
    91. Orlando
    92. Yohji Yamamoto Dressmaker
    93. Notebook on Cities and Clothes
    94. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
    95. Onward
    96. The Florida Project
    97. Suspiria (201:cool:
    98. Paris, Texas
    99. The Shape of Water*
    100. Unzipped
    101. Dangerous Liaisons
    102. Marie Antoinette (2006)*
    103. Pina
    104. The Conjuring
    105. Christiane F.
    106. The Conjuring 2
    107. Annabelle: Creation
    108. #Alive
    109. The Age of Innocence
    110. What Have I Done To Deserve This?*
    111. The Night Porter
    112. Ali: Fear Eats the Soul
    113. The Skin I Live In
    114. Portrait of a Lady on Fire
    115. Matador
    116. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
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  2. Phuel

    Phuel Well-Known Member

    Feb 18, 2010
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    ^^^ Glad you watched Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. It's the only SW film that had me tear up (...When Jyn breaks down at the hologram of her father and the end with the two on the beach...)

    Just the ones I remember:

    Calm With Horses (The lead is so damn handsome…)
    The Wailing
    We Summon The Darkness
    The Handmaiden
    Train To Busan: Peninsula (…LOL 80s cheesefest— complete with a cute kid. I Swear, Korean kid actors can cry/wail like no one else...)
    Missing Link (So heartwarming to see Travis Knight pour his passion into such a lost and quiet artform, rather than pursue some high-profile glamorous career. I’ll always support his films.)
    The Outpost (Went in for Scott Eastwood in a tight tee but this ended up being a solid film.)
    Cuties (Maimouna is a genuine debut talent and I hope she continues to outrage and provoke the new American puritans with her storytelling of real girls/real people/real life.)
  3. YohjiAddict

    YohjiAddict Well-Known Member

    May 26, 2016
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    Yes, I lost my Star Wars virginity. Catched it on TV and although it took a while for it to grab me it did make a positive impression...wasn't expecting it to be so sad though.

    The Handmaiden is such a cinematic wonder, the way it plays with the audience while jumping through genres is like nothing I've ever seen. Beautiful too, Chan-Wook Park demonstrated he is a consumate aesthete, I'm still in the search for his debut movie The Moon is the Sun's Dream which seems to have dissapeared from the face of earth...
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  4. lauralynn025

    lauralynn025 le monde est à moi

    Jun 6, 2020
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    @YohjiAddict omg you have a great list of films!!

    How did you like Suspiria? I just recently watched.. it was an interesting plot for a horror film.
  5. YohjiAddict

    YohjiAddict Well-Known Member

    May 26, 2016
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    @lauralynn025 I thought it was well made, tastefully costumed, designed and choreographed but that it needed a good trim for it to flow better and have a clearer focus. Didn't understand what the point of that elder character was.

    I will say it did inspire to watch the Pina documentary.
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  6. Phuel

    Phuel Well-Known Member

    Feb 18, 2010
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    The elderly man that Tilda played? I always got the impression that he represented to the coven the symbol of patriarchy they despised so much, only to have off their matriarch in the same way, so it was just the hierarchy that was corrupting to them. (That, and it gave Tilda bragging-rights to play both characters.)

    The film was confidently creepy/stylish/gorgeous/artsy/b-movie hip enough visually and narratively from beginning to end— and it is a gorgeously shot film brimming with both socio-political and a fairy tale-ish tone throughout. It’s a very postmodern surrealist fairy tale. Ironically, the only element that wasn’t convincing one bit for a troop of dancers was the dance performance. Not the actors’ dancing and the possessed choreography— those were strong. But the performances for the audience and the finale: They had me wondering why would anyone pay to see this sort of grade-school level dancing (in equally DIY costumes)??? Even Marc snatched Karole to choreographed his show to an impressive performance-- why an't a feature film…???
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  7. kissmesweet

    kissmesweet Well-Known Member

    Dec 26, 2005
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    @YohjiAddict Thanks so much for creating this thread for us! Have you heard about Letterboxd? I tend to use that website to log the films that I have watched. :flower:
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