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Old 07-20-2012, 07:33 PM   #61 (permalink)
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Anyway, these 5 movies all completely blew my mind in some way. Here's how:

20) Toy Story - Seeing this movie on opening weekend just filled my head with questions. Where did this come from? Didn't I already know the limits of animation? What right did Pixar have to crash the party on the industry's most cookie-cutter genre? Is this even a kid's movie I'm watching? Am I genuinely laughing at these jokes? How long did this take them to pull off? Is this the most significant cinematic achievement since Metropolis? And they just kept going and going.

19) The Sixth Sense - Rather than downplaying the horror and concealing it, Shyamalan chose to introduce it slowly and methodically. The motif-shrouded scares just sort of wash over you like a slowly filling bathtub as they climb to the satisfyingly final moment of fullness. Everything about this film is so low key and unimposing that you hardly realize you are watching a masterpiece unfold. This is also one of the first films that I can remember really enjoying the DVD special features. It's just a shame that Shyamalan turned out to be more of a flash-in-the-pan than a cinematic genius.

18) Hoop Dreams - This is the type of documentary that I love. It explores more than just a small subset of the population. This movie is about the American dream and the toll it can take on an individual or on a family who just misses out. To me it's less about the actual characters in the story who the filmmaker chose to highlight and more about the archetypes they represent in our world. For younger people, watching it back now will also give you a very realistic look at the problems our country faced head-on in the 90's.

17) Barton Fink - Writer's block is a classic plot catalyst in American cinema. After all if a writer isn't writing, one can only imagine what kind of stuff he might be getting himself involved in. Besides just delving into that concept in a unique way, this is the film that I believe inspired a movement in claustrophobic exploration movies that still exists today. What would Pi have been if not for Barton Fink? I already reviewed it a little more fully in one of my previous lists here:
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4. Barton Fink - So what do you do if the wrong guy recruits you to write a wrestling movie and then you suddenly get the worst case of writer's block your career has ever seen? Kill a secretary? Fight a sailor? This is a visually stunning picture with decent complexity and a splash of meaningful obscurity. John Goodman's character is so compelling with his constant patronization and self-deprecation that you feel like he could be an old friend and a total stranger all at the same time. He actually speaks one of my favorite Coen Brothers quotes of all time: "Yeah... Ladies do ask for attention. In my experience, they pretend to give it, but it's generally a smokescreen for demanding it back with interest." Truer words may never have been uttered.
16) Toy Story 2 - This sequel is better than its predecessor for a few reasons.

First, it's plot is way more inventive. Woody, a cowboy toy who seems out of place in a modern child's collection, had an old TV show and a bunch of pals who all had lesser-selling toy versions as well. A toy collector finds him at some random garage sale and realizes he's the missing link to his team. What a fun, original, and totally believable concept for a movie about talking toys. Good stuff.

Second, the animation is just better. If you don't believe me, watch them right after each other when you get a chance. The technology just simply improved. You need looks no further than Al the toy collector guy himself.

Third, this one has the benefit of being able to be faster-paced because Woody is split up from the rest of the gang.

Fourth, the character development and humor just hit new heights in this movie. It's got everything you could want... even though the third one managed to be even better.
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Alright **** you RWE I'll watch the second toy story again. You've convinced me.
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Joan Cusack has an insanely annoying voice. Toy Story 2 and 3 were ruined by her voice. That and I didn't like the movies anyways.
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This is the beginning of the top 15 movies of the decade in one man's opinion. These are all extremely good movies. Keep in mind as you read, I will be doing a lot of nitpicking to separate these. I might make a disparaging remark about a movie or two, but take that in context. That movie is in my top 15 of what, in my humble opinion, is the best decade in the history of cinema.

15) Breaking the Waves - This Lars Von Trier master work really hits home with me on a personal level. It forces you to grapple with your own morality set against the background of religion and the harsh reality of life that surrounds us all. Sometimes we all tell our loved ones that we would do anything for them. This movie really challenges its viewers to reconsider that possibly short-sighted assertion. I love movies that make me examine myself and my own surroundings. This film is one of the best in that regard.

14) Jurassic Park - Some people would probably say that this is too high for this movie. Others probably think it's too low. Keep in mind I tried to rank it by pretending none of its sequels were ever made. I can still remember the first time I saw that spitter cock his head at Newman. I vividly recall the goosebumps traveling up my arm when I first realized the raptors had cornered Muldoon. Where would American cinema be today without Jurrasic Park? Some people think we would be better off. I am not one of those people.

13) The Crying Game - Anyone who is still reading this thread knows how spoiler-heavy it has been. This film, then, probably fits more perfectly on this list than any other. It's almost impossible to review without spoilers. Why? It's all about the experience of watching with this one. You really cannot passively view Neil Jordan's psychological tour de force. It's captivating from beginning to end. The other most resonating feature of this thriller for me is the stylistic and pointed dialogue. The script hearkens back to a time in movie history when characters were developed seamlessly with twisting plots. You hardly even know how invested you are in the characters at first. Then all of a sudden, you begin to hang on every word they utter. The multiple layers of deception here are handled so expertly that the movie never feels overly complicated or convoluted. It is very strange to rank 12 movies higher than this one, but alas, it must be done.

12) Pulp Fiction - There might not be a more influential movie or a movie that captures a director's vision any more completely than this one, but I just do not agree with ranking it in the top 10 for the 90's. My main reason: it is not that fun to watch after more than 2 viewings. In a weird way, it reminds me of Raging Bull. Both were uber-violent and language-centric. And I am exceedingly glad I saw them both. I do not look forward to the next time I will see either of them, though. To make my top 10, you don't have to be infinitely rewatchable but you have to at least pass the 3rd watch test. This movie smacks of disregard for criticism so much, though, that it almost doesn't feel right reviewing it. Do you think Vincent or Jules care what I think about their movie? Doubtful.

11) American History X - I am a ginger. Freckles, pasty-white skin, light blue eyes, the whole enchilada. I saw this movie opening weekend... with my black girlfriend... in an all-black theater... and I loved every minute of the experience. I can only think of 2 or 3 other movies that dealt with the complicated issue of race more honestly and from more totally nuanced perspectives. Derek Vinyard is one of the 90's most compelling characters. He's a natural born leader who can control a crowd with the greatest of ease. He's a wildly conflicted man who makes a few "bad" choices along the way. He's a bit of an anti-hero. He's one hell of a basketball player. He's also a rape victim who pays his debt to society and then manages to rise above his own rhetoric. This gritty story of transformation, redemption, and penance just misses the top 10 due to its small flaw of being too short. To me it just seemed like too much narrative depth shoved into too neat a package.

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10) The Usual Suspects - I love movies that seamlessly blend elements of classic cinema with modern story-telling techniques. Few films have ever done that as well as this Bryan Singer gem. It features the type of crisp dialogue and sharp cinematography that has been copied nonstop throughout the genre since it was made. Never before or since has a single cluttered office dictated a plot to this extent and never before or since have I been so pleasantly manipulated by a film maker. And, of course, there's a heavy dose of one of the top 5 movie villains of all-time: Keyser Söze.

9) Reservoir Dogs - A true display of cinematic style in its purest sense. From the rotating (or rather circling, I guess) camera shot in the first scene to the sadistically bloody conclusion, this movie set the bar for Quentin Tarantino pretty high right out of the gate. I would argue that it was a height he would not reach again until almost 17 years later. I remember seeing this movie with a group of friends and then leaving the theater trying to decide which color best defined each of our personalities. Let's just say, I'm just glad I wasn't Mr. Yellow.

8) Se7en - The best word I can think of to describe this one: evocative. This wasn't the first movie that centered around one cop at the start of his career and another rounding the corner towards retirement and it also didn't prove to be the last, but I would argue that it is the best of the bunch. This film is every bit as visually dark as it is metaphorically dark. Lights only show up rarely to hint at the possibility of hope for the world against the backdrop of a complex series of possibly religiously motivated killings performed by an artist who just might know something we don't about the way life's pieces really fit together. I would also argue that only set against this expertly crafted maelstrom of doom could an act as heinous as the one depicted (almost) in the final scene fit perfectly into the tone of the action. Never has a movie made me ponder my own mortality in such a reverential manner. Impressive stuff.

7) Babe: Pig in the City - Huh? What now? Has RWE gone crazy? Has ranking movies finally sent him off the deep end? Hardly. Nestled comfortably in the unlikely neutral ground between The Greatest Show on Earth and Blade Runner, this sequel bests its predecessor in every conceivable way. Beyond just that, though, this is a movie with a pulsing heart that is neither golden nor fatefully tarnished. Clever at times, moving at others, and tenuous throughout, Pig in the City speaks to my inner poet, romantic, eccentric, and cynic equally. I left the movie wondering if Samuel Beckett wouldn't have done something quite similar had he ever gotten the chance to make a movie about farm (and city) animals. The only thing keeping it from being top tier in the 90's is the ever-so-slight weakness that it was intended to be a kids movie (probably).

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you never addressed Stop Making Sense - it was released in 1984

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are you trying to establish that you have poor taste and no grasp of musical historical context? desgustibus I say
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