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    Fuuma: I'm glad you included Mythologies in your list. Quelle aventure semiologique!
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    somebody should kop this. this is forever.

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    10 Films

    1. Oldboy
    2. Sansho The Bailiff
    3. Amores Perros
    4. Pierrot Le Fou
    5. Ikiru
    6. Taxi Driver
    7. 8 1/2
    8. The seventh Seal
    9. Woman In The Dunes
    10. Annie Hall
    Last edited by Classique; 04-30-2009 at 04:17 AM.

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    i think my top 10 films would go something like this..

    1. once upon a time in the west
    2. 2001 - a space odyssey
    3. phantom of the opera
    5. the lion king
    5. barry lyndon
    6. blade runner
    7. suspiria
    8. persona
    9. high and low
    10. the big lebowski

    but it changes like everytime you write it down.

  5. #25


    Top 10 things I wish I had

    1)A life sized Bellmer-style doll
    2)the ability to make said doll
    3)the time to make said doll with said abilities
    4)the ability to write interesting and/or compelling things in this forum and/or my justifiably unread blog (that I myself am so bored with that I never use)
    5)100 interesting SZ posts so I can sell all the clothing I am too fat for...
    6)the ability to not be so fat that I am forced to sell my favorite clothing that I was never even been able to wear
    7)more fabric to make fat man clothing for myself
    8)a job (that I like would be nice)
    9)a girlfriend
    10) a better top 10 list

    top 10 goal #5 came 50% true so I now feel the urge to update it...
    5) that all 100 of my first SZ posts (under the current moniker) were interesting!

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    Is this top10 about books and films only? I thought it was random things number top10 looks retarded in there...anyway, here's 10 books in no order:
    Artificial Paradises & Journals, Baudelaire
    The 120 Days of Sodom, Sade
    The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket, Poe
    Ubu The Kind, Jarry
    Politics of Ecstasy, Leary
    Siddarta, Hesse
    Gravity and Grace, Weil
    Los Capricios, Goya
    The Songs of Maldoror, Lautreamont

  7. #27


    Quote Originally Posted by Brother Stasi View Post
    Top 10 things I wish I had
    fun idea...

  8. #28


    Top 10 "Things I wish I had."

    1. A 'British shorthair,' cat.

    2. Appropriate gear + money to produce and direct a feature film.
    3. A "Standard," $100,00 home studio.
    4. A meridian audiophile 2.0 system.
    5. Tickets for all Mexico 'World Cup' 2010 games.
    6. Atelier as my walk in; Personal closet.
    7. To have been born at a different age: Attend Shakespeare's theater live during the Renaissance, a Shostakovich Concert, etc...
    8. Original, multi-million dollar works of art, adorning my apartment.

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    Right now (film):

    1- Scott's Blade runner (1982)

    2- Lynch's Blue velvet (1986)

    3- Jodorowsky's The holy mountain (1973)

    4- Kurosawa's Kagemusha (1980)
    5- Cronenberg's Videodrome (1983)
    6- Belvaux's Man bites dog (1992)
    7- Polanski's The tenant (1976)
    8- Chan-wook's Lady vengeance (2005)
    9- Bergman's Persona (1966)
    10- Jackson's Braindead (1992)

  10. #30


    Nice selection Diego, very nice

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  12. #32


    I love it, had to put it on the list .
    Last edited by Diego; 07-27-2009 at 08:11 AM.

  13. #33


    dnno about top 10 but certainly my no1 for me:


  14. #34


    I remember seing that when it first came out, but I can't for the life of me remember what it's about. I just sort of remember a scene where they evict squatters from a building ?

    I can't do a top 10, I'm not even sure I could do a top 3. I like too many things. I promise to try, but I'll have to think about it

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    there are too many 'foreign' movies on here. Come on people, Americans are the best at EVERYTHING!!!

    1. The Royal Tenenbaums
    2. Annie Hall
    3. Sideways
    4. Dr. Strangelove
    5. The Big Lebowski
    6. Mean Creek
    7. Rushmore
    8. Adaptation.
    9. Eternal Sunshine
    10. Requiem For A Dream

    1. The Wind-up Bird Chronicle (Murakami)
    2. South of the Border, West of the Sun (Murakami)
    3. Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (Joyce)
    4. Lolita (Nabokov)
    5. Lullaby (Palahniuk)
    6. If on a Winter's Night a Traveller... (Calvino)
    7. Complete Works (Shakespeare)
    8. Complete Works (Frank O'Hara)
    9. Bartleby (Melville)
    10. Salt (Kurlansky)

    1. Neutral Milk Hotel - ITAOTS
    2. Nirvana - In Utero
    3. Radiohead - Kid A
    4. Radiohead - OK Computer
    5. Sigur-Ros - ()
    6. Panda Bear - Person Pitch
    7. Bon Iver - For Emma, Forever Ago
    8. The Magnetic Fields - 69 Love Songs
    9. Antony & The Johnsons - I Am A Bird Now
    10. Brian Wilson - Smile

    every man has inside himself a parasitic being who is acting not at all to his advantage

  16. #36


    Movies, and all very mainstream:

    (Not in Any Order...I think)

    1. After Life (Koreeda)
    2. Notorious (Hitchcock)
    3. Blade Runner (Scott)
    4. Yi Yi (Yang)
    5. Spirited Away (Miyazaki)
    6. Big Sleep (Hawks)
    7. Rushmore/Bottle Rocket (Anderson)
    8. Die Hard (McTiernman)
    9. Lawrence (Dean)
    10. Aliens/T2 (Cameron)

    I like asplosions

    Top 10s are frustrating because they feel really generic/safe

    Therefore, #24-33 randomly

    24. Aladdin (Disney)
    25. Dragons Forever (Sammo Hung!)
    26. Saved (Danelly who?)
    27. Sanso the Bailiff (Mizoguchi)
    28. The Matrix ()
    29. Toki wo Kakeru Shoujo (Mamoru)
    30. The Fountian (Aronofsky)
    31. Infernal Affairs (Lau)
    32. Wag the Dog (levinson)
    33. The Third Man (Reed)

    Feels pretty silly listing directors on the second list as none of them are really auteurs. (Save perhaps Sammo Hung)

    Short Stories: (Again No Order)

    1. The Dandelion Girl (Young)
    2. Murder Mysteries (Gaiman)
    3. On Seeing the 100% perfect.. (Murakami)
    4. The Lottery (Jackson)
    5. The Fall of the House of Usher (Poe)
    6. Mademoiselle Fifi (Maupassant)
    7. Araby (Joyce)
    8. I, Robot (Asimov)
    9. Machine Sex (Dorsey)
    10. Bears Discover Fire (Bisson)
    Last edited by raddy; 07-25-2009 at 09:17 PM.

  17. #37


    Movies (in random order)

    City of God - Fernando Meirelles
    Paprika - Satoshi Kon
    Howl's Moving Castle - Miyazaki
    Spirited Away - Miyazaki
    Vampire Hunter D - Yoshiaki Kawajiri
    Fast Times at Ridgemont High - Amy Heckerling
    The Royal Tenenbaums - Wes Anderson
    Slumdog Millionare - Danny Boyle
    A Clockwork Orange - Stanley Kubrick
    Superbad - Greg Mottola

  18. #38


    totally forgot about Miyazaki movies!

    I love them all, but Spirited Away was a fantastic fantastic movie :)

    And, of course, My Neighbor Totoro! haha :)
    every man has inside himself a parasitic being who is acting not at all to his advantage

  19. #39


    it was hard to narrow it down to ten, but right now..
    in no particular order:

    1. salò - pier paolo pasolini
    2. les amants criminels - françois ozon
    3. breaking the waves - lars von trier
    4. irreversible - gaspard noe
    5. total eclipse - agnieszka holland
    6. les quatre cents coups - françois truffaut
    7. elephant - gus van sant
    8. monster - patty jenkins
    9. mysterious skin - gregg araki
    10. the hours - stephen daldry

    1. frisk - dennis cooper
    2. journal du voleur - jean genet
    3. orlando - virginia woolf
    4. dance on my grave - aidan chambers
    5. tulsa - larry clark
    6. closer - dennis cooper
    7. la nausée - jean paul sartre
    8. mysterious skin - scott heim
    9. the shepherd - yoshie tominaga
    10. the sluts - dennis cooper

  20. #40


    Top three

    Walk In The Light - Leo Tolstoy
    Crime And Punishmet - FD
    Holy Bible - God and some other people

    Eyes Wide Shut - Kubrick
    Boogie Nights - PT
    A Women Under The Influence - JC

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