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Discussion in 'GMD Social Forum' started by no country for old wainds, Dec 21, 2019.
Forgot about that, good point.
When's this wrapping up? Need to watch a few things before I make a list.
Also, is Dragged Across Concrete being counted for 2019? I'm sure I listed it in the 2018 thread.
Never, it would appear.
Yes many people have already listed it in here.
Updated my list
1. The Irishman
3. Dragged Across Concrete
4. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
7. Alita: Battle Angel
8. Uncut Gems
10. The First King
If this is ever tallied up, please replace Deadwood in my list with Bliss.
Why wouldn't you just edit your list...?
Can i have another year?
Thanks to Wainds for taking a billion years to wrap this up, ended up finally seeing Portrait of a Lady on Fire and absolutely loved it, put it in my numero uno spot. Might regret that later, oh well. Fucking amazinggg.
Also watched Besson's Anna (basically a remake of La Femme Nikita with John Wick-style action and less plot) and The Wild Goose Lake which has a lot of potential, filmed very nicely, but I kinda felt like it dragged a bit.
Portrait was great. Fuck the aristocracy.
If this stays open another week I could actually post a list. Considering that now 4 of the '2018' films I've seen are 2019 under the fresh year criteria (1st non-festival screening in an English-speaking country). Just got 2 I'm planning to watch.
1. Under the Silver Lake
2. The Man Who Killed Don Quixote
5. Ford v Ferrari
6. Lords of Chaos
7. High Life
That's all I've seen, apart from the latest Tarantin-bro which I can't bring myself to list.
Doctor Sleep was fucking awesome, decided to add it to my list. Was it a bit Hollywood blockbusterish at times? Sure but I loved its unapologetic dedication to its own world and all the psychic stuff was really engrossing (many parallels to a Warhammer book I'm reading right now), also great cast.
I kinda wish I watched The Shining again before watching this, but oh well.
Finally I have some free time at hand.
Quien a hierro mata
Alita: Battle Angel
Pretty decent year so far. Joker wins over 1917 and Parasite not for the film itself (in pure "technical/objective" terms, 1917 is the best), but for its meaning to these days. Joker is an era defining movie.
Not sure if this is ever going to get wrapped up but fixed up my list a bit.
the deadline's march 1st but i never specified which year
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
The Two Popes
Saw seven in total, two aren't worth listing.