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164. broken flowers (2005)

I’m loving Jim Jarmusch at the moment. In February I watched Mystery Train for the first time and flipped out over it and last week I watched… 163 more words

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163. gimme shelter (1970)

“Why are we fighting?? Why are we fighting??!!” - Mick Jagger screams these words to a heated audience as violence repeatedly interrupts the Rolling Stones’ Altamont set on December 6th 1969, a night which would culminates in four deaths, including one murder. 404 more words

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162. the mirror (1975)

The Mirror is a one of those movies that really makes you work hard but rewards you in the long run. Apparently Tarkovsky’s most personal film, it’s an extremely self-reflective mosaic of memory, dreams and time. 95 more words

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161. dawn of the planet of the apes (2014)

As moviegoers, we’ve become slaves to the blockbuster. Whether you prefer your films intimate or grand, every year is defined by the success of Hollywood’s tentpole releases. 1,577 more words

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160. deathdream/dead of night (1972)

Before Porky’s, Bob Clark was mainly known for a string of horror movies he made in the 70s culminating in the excellent Black Christmas… 123 more words

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159. night of the creeps (1986)

If you love horror movies you can’t help but love the gleeful way Fred Dekker dissects the entire genre in Night of the Creeps. From the classic lab-horror of Universal’s hey-day and B-movies of the 50s right up to the wave of body horror and slasher films of the 70s and 80s, … 101 more words

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158. me and orson welles (2008)

This is an underrated movie. Linklater goes into classic Hollywood mode by telling the colourful story of a pre-Kane Orson Welles and the influence he had over his troupe of actors and practitioners during his Mercury theater days. 70 more words

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