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It's been a while. Promises to return were broken and terrible monthly film counts have been documented. However, I'm getting back in the celluloid saddle, and returning to my kinsman in the land of Reelviews. With that said, I need film recommendations--as many as you wish to type out and post on this thread. So give me hidden gems and under appreciated masterpieces, guilty pleasures or personal favorites --just give me recommendations, brethren.

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Odd Man Out (Carol Reed)
Cry Danger(great noir with Dick Powell)
The Outfit(good 70s crime drama with Robert Duvall & Karen Black)
Make Way For Tomorrow
I Love You, Alice B, Toklas!(Peter Sellers)
Pretty Poison
Le Trou(great prison escape movie)
The Naked Prey
The Loved One


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These kinds of questions are hard to answer since I don't know what your taste is. What kinds of movies do you enjoy watching and such. But I'll bite.

Underrated and/or underappreciated movies:

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Disconnect
The Company You Keep
The Spectacular Now
Side Effects
Insidious Chapter Two (The Conjuring got great reviews, and it deserved them, but I thought this was nearly as good)
Cloud Atlas
The Sessions
The Grey
Seven Psychopaths
People Like Us
The Words
John Carter
Safety Not Guaranteed
Another Earth
Larry Crowne
Take Shelter
Source Code
The Adventures of Tintin
Soul Surfer
We Bought a Zoo
The Conspirator
The Dilemma
Paul
Fair Game (2010)
Conviction
Buried
The American
Never Let Me Go
Greenberg
Country Strong
Love and Other Drugs
My Sister's Keeper
It's Complicated
Nine
The Box
The Road (2009)
Australia
Snow Angels
Nothing But the Truth
Speed Racer
Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day
Henry Poole is Here
Kit Kittredge: An American Girl
Traitor
Charlie Bartlett
Things We Lost in the Fire
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
World Trade Center
The Good Shepherd
V for Vendetta
The Good German
The Black Dahlia



I'll edit this list and add more later.


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JackBurns wrote:
So give me hidden gems and under appreciated masterpieces, ]guilty pleasures or personal favorites --just give me recommendations, brethren.


Hidden Gems/Underappreciated masterpieces
Drugstore Cowboy-Gus Van Sant's best film and Matt Dillon's best performance
Go-Doug Liman's best film. This one has actually aged better than the more well-remembered Swingers.
Cop Land-The best performance Stallone ever gave outside of Rocky.
End Of Watch-A recent one that kinda got overlooked yet seems to have developed a cult following. In terms of cop films, it succeeds where Colors failed (likewise Menace II Society and Boyz N The Hood handled the gang aspects of the story better).
Withnail And I-Fantastic cult classic
How To Get Ahead In Advertising-Not as good as Withnail (from the same director). But worth a watch.
The Wackness-Excellent period piece
Near Dark-Overshadowed by The Lost Boys. But a far better horror/vampire film
No Man's Land-One of the best recent war pictures.
The Host-Not the Stephanie Meyer abomination. I mean the Korean one from Snowpiercer director Bong Joon Ho. This, along with The Descent and 28 Days Later proves that when it comes to recent horror films, the foreigners are ahead.
Adventureland-One of the best recent teen films.

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Jeff Wilder wrote:
JackBurns wrote:
So give me hidden gems and under appreciated masterpieces, ]guilty pleasures or personal favorites --just give me recommendations, brethren.


Hidden Gems/Underappreciated masterpieces
Drugstore Cowboy-Gus Van Sant's best film and Matt Dillon's best performance
Go-Doug Liman's best film. This one has actually aged better than the more well-remembered Swingers.
Cop Land-The best performance Stallone ever gave outside of Rocky.
End Of Watch-A recent one that kinda got overlooked yet seems to have developed a cult following. In terms of cop films, it succeeds where Colors failed (likewise Menace II Society and Boyz N The Hood handled the gang aspects of the story better).
Withnail And I-Fantastic cult classic
How To Get Ahead In Advertising-Not as good as Withnail (from the same director). But worth a watch.
The Wackness-Excellent period piece
Near Dark-Overshadowed by The Lost Boys. But a far better horror/vampire film
No Man's Land-One of the best recent war pictures.
The Host-Not the Stephanie Meyer abomination. I mean the Korean one from Snowpiercer director Bong Joon Ho. This, along with The Descent and 28 Days Later proves that when it comes to recent horror films, the foreigners are ahead.
Adventureland-One of the best recent teen films.


What a great list!


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A few recs...


Syriana, this is one that you probably saw, but IMO, it's a superb film that has been a bit underappreciated.

Blue Jasmine, one that I saw recently and probably the most recent film where a performance has truly blown me away.

Bridge to Terabithia, a charming coming-of-age story that has a bit more underneath than it might seem.



None of them is really "hidden", but well...

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OK brace yourself, this is going to be quite a long list(and many of them are not exactly what you'd call "hidden" per se):


Die Hard series
Lethal Weapon series
Charlie's Angels
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle
Ultraviolet
Dredd
Aeon Flux
Walking Tall(2004)
Doom
House of the Dead
Alone in the Dark
Pineapple Express
The Sitter
Straw Dogs(2011)
Red Dawn(both versions)
The Purge
Doomsday
Rollerball remake
Ballistic: Ecks Vs. Sever
Fast and Furious series
Bad Boys 1 and 2
Transformers series
Mission Impossible series
The Rock
Renegades
The Island
Fair Game(1995)
Fled
True Lies
Eraser
Stealth
Shooter
Almost any John Woo film(the Killer, Better Tomorrow series, Bullet in the Head, Broken Arrow, Hard Target, Paycheck, Heroes Shed no Tears, Hard Boiled)
Almost anything by Walter Hill(48 Hours films, Bullet to the Head, Johnny Handsome, Red Heat, Extreme Prejudice, Streets of Fire, Southern Comfort, Trespass)
Delta Force films
Cliffhanger
Judge Dredd
Demolition Man
The Last Stand
Transporter series
Exit Wounds
Romeo Must Die
Cradle 2 Tha Grave
S.W.A.T.
Taxi
Matrix series
Commando
Raw Deal
Terminator series
Total Recall(both versions)
Robocop series
Mo Money
Point of No Return
Colombiana
Getaway(2013)
Need for Speed
Tomb Raider films
Green Hornet
Expendables films
Homefront
Crank films
Die Another Day
Living Daylight
View to a Kill
License to Kill
Goldeneye
Tomorrow Never Dies
The World is Not Enough
Reindeer Games
Dead Man Down
Taken films
Street Kings
Contraband
Takers
Kick-Ass films
RED films
Machete films
Salt
Knight and Day
Killers(2010)
The Jackal
Punisher films
The A-Team
The Losers
From Paris With Love
Death Race
Johnny Mnemonic
Tank Girl
Patriot Games
Clear and Present Danger
Jack Reacher
Jack Ryan
Brick Mansions(comes out on DVD next month)
Eve of Destruction
Gamer
Bulletproof
Surrogates
Mortal Kombat films
Street Fighter films
Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man
The Taking of Beverly Hills
If Looks Could Kill
Stone Cold
Torque
Law Abiding Citizen
Rush Hour films
Bulletproof Monk
The Medallion
The Replacement Killers
The Corruptor
Death Wish series
Death Sentence
Beverly Hills Cops films
I Spy(2002)
Showtime
Adventures of Pluto Nash
Showdown in Little Tokyo
The Crow films
Passenger 57
Black Dog
Steel
No Escape
Face/Off
Police Story films
The Protector
Serenity
The Condemned
Independence Day
The Hunted
El Mariachi trilogy
Wanted
Best of the Best 2
Starship Troopers
Striking Distance
Payback
Universal Soldier films
Babylon A.D.
A Man Apart
Push
Double Dragon
Super Mario Bros.
Riddick trilogy
Next(2007)
xXx films(Vin Diesel)
Four Brothers
Armored
The Heat
Fortress
Jumper
Get Smart
Eagle Eye
Ninja Assassin
Behind Enemy Lines
Black Hawk Down
Proof of Life
Air Force One
Sudden Death
Double Team
Knock Off
Timecop
The Rookie(1990)
Pink Cadillac
Out of Bounds
Sniper
Simon Sez
True Romance
Impostor
Stargate
Domino
Unstoppable
Taking of Pelham 123(2009)
I Robot
Metro
Men in Black series
All About the Benjamins
Ride Along
Non-Stop
Solo
Hollywood Homicide
Freejack
Shadow Conspiracy
Murder At 1600
Equilibrium
Divergent
Surviving The Game
Drop Zone
Terminal Velocity
The Big Hit
Smokin Aces
Assault on Precinct 13(both versions)
The Getaway(1994)
Virtuosity
G.I. Joe films
Blue Streak
National Security
Double Take
Highlander series
Extreme Ops
30 Minutes or Less
Cop Out
Excessive Force
Ronin
Maximum Risk
Fifth Element
Three Days to Kill
Half Past Dead
The Rundown
Art of War
Nighthawks
Rambo series
Escape Plan
Sabotage
Assassins
Cop Land
Tango and Cash
Stop or my Mom Will Shoot
The Mechanic(2011)
Killer Elite
Safe
War(2008)
Cellular
Turn It Up
Collateral
End of Days
The 6th Day
Last Action Hero
Cobra
The Running Man
Predator and Alien films
The Peacemaker
Waterworld
Con Air
Mr and Mrs. Smith
Iron Eagle films
Swordfish
The Marine
3000 Miles to Graceland
Hitman(2007)
Shaft(2000)
Soldier(1998)
Ghosts of Mars
Money Talks
The One(2001)
Chill Factor
Rapid Fire
Double Impact
On Deadly Ground
Long Kiss Goodnight
Above the Law
Hard to Kill
The Glimmer Man
Navy SEALS
Act of Valor
I Am Number Four
Kuffs
Running Scared
Marked For Death
Out For Justice
Under Siege films
Fire Down Below
Drive Angry
Battle: Los Angeles
Skyline
Barb Wire
Dylan Dog: Dead of Night
Vampire Academy
Hobo with a Shotgun
Priest
Abduction
The Thing(1982 and 2011 versions)
Underworld series
Man on a Ledge
Safe House
2 Guns
This Means War
21 Jump Street
Battleship
Cold Light of Day
Lockout
The Watch
Hit and Run
Premium Rush
Resident Evil series
Alex Cross
Parker
Identity Thief
Snitch
Olympus Has Fallen
White House Down
Pain and Gain
Only God Forgives
R.I.P.D.
World War Z
We're The Millers
Elysium
Lone Survivor
Oldboy(2013)


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I'm gonna use my post from another thread...

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The Long Day Closes (1992)- I'm a plot guy, so a no-narrative film has to work overtime to impress me. This film plays beautifully like fragment of childhood memories and ranks among my favorite films.

Comrades: Almost a Love Story (1996) - I actually need to watch this again because I haven't seen it since I was a kid, but it's an Hong Kong epic decade-spanning love story that made a huge impact back when it's released. Starring Maggie Cheung, and it's on youtube!

Christmas in August (1998) - JB mentions April Snow in his twitter recs, but I liked this film from the same director better. A gentle, very understated Korean romance that feels very refreshing.

Il Mare (2000) - I like the remake The Lake House a good deal (due to Reeves' and Bullock's chemistry and its adult sensibility), but the ending downgrades the romantic power of this Korean original. Also on youtube.

Citizen Dog (2004) - Thailand's answer to Jeunet.

A Bittersweet Life (2005) - Kim Jee-woon makes one of my favorite horrors every with A Tale of Two Sisters. This action film isn't as original, but it's hugely stylish and enjoyable.

Joyeux Noël (2005) - A World War I film, it has become an annual Christmas watch.

In Search of a Midnight Kiss (2008) - Romantic comedy in the vein of Before Sunrise, although busier and messier. It starts out lightly enjoyable, but reaches some real emotional by the time it ends.

The Message (2009) - A Chinese espionage thriller with the plot of a classic Agatha Christie. In 1942, after assassination attempts on government officials, a group of suspects are gathered in a mansion house for questioning. A game of cat and mouse ensues as the Chinese code-breaker attempts to send out a crucial message while protecting his/her own identity. It's fun, tense, and keeps you guessing to the end.

Confessions (2010) - A Japanese thriller. Its spectacular one-monologue first act is a masterpiece, and then it maybe skirts too close to nihilism afterwards. Still, that opening half-and-hour monologue deserves to be seen and is worth the price alone.

Laddaland (2011) - One half well-executed Asian Horror 101, one half a perceptive drama about family disintegration. Both complement each other greatly and make it one of my favorite horrors.

Sparrows Dance (2013) - One of the most charming romantic stories of recent years. The scene of that titular dance with a long zoom-in will melt your heart.


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The Trail - (Orson Welles)
Black Book
Nymphomaniac Vol. 1 and 2
Keep the River On Your Right - A Modern Cannibal Tale
Little Big Man
The Detective
The Sargent
Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Ma VIe en Rose
The Last Emperor
Farewell My Concubine

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Errr, I guess Vexer will fill your queue to the brim with that post.
I'll just add my usuals (some 100% "classic" New Zealand made films):
Heavenly Creatures
Once Were Warriors
In My Father's Den
Smash Palace
The Quiet Earth
This Way of Life
Rain
The Rain of Children
Show of Hands
Piece of my Heart
Sleeping Dogs
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Big thanks to my film brethren! I've seen quite a few of the recommendations listed, but there are plenty I haven't watched as well.

Most notably:

Thief, I have seen Syriana and Blue Jasmine. I remember watching Syriana (freshman year of college) in the library on my laptop (probably not the best viewing experience, but you make exceptions when you have absolutely nothing else to do and have to wait on the female companion to finish up a paper). There's no doubt the film is quite dense and full of political intrigue, but it feels hampered by its pace--hell, the plot even feels impenetrable at times and has issues with holding the viewers attention. And Jeffrey Wright feels completely wasted, along with the odd, un-involving subplot with his father. However, I do like the film, to an extent, and do feel that there is quite a bit of substance to hold on to. The acting doesn't hurt either. I'll add Bridge as I've never seen it, though.

Jeff Wilder, Withnail And I is something I've always wanted to check out, so its been added. I had mixed feelings about End of Watch and feel like my feelings reflect a rather small minority of viewers. Anywho, The Host and Adventureland has been added!

Vexer, now that's a list! I've seen quite a few of your recs, but certainly want to check out Lockout (regardless of the shameful reviews it received) and Hobo With A Shotgun.

Calvero, I've added Odd Man Out (love me some Carol Reed) and I Love You Alice B

ilovemovies, I'd say we have pretty similar tastes. *Most* of the films you listed I've seen and quite enjoyed (especially Take Shelter, Side Effects, The Spectacular Now, Cloud Atlas, The Grey, Another Earth, Source Code, Buried, The American, Never Let Me Go). I kindly disliked Seven Psychopaths--it rubbed me the wrong way with its overt tracing of Adaptation, but I will definitely add Traitor to the queue!

Peng, big thanks for the recommendations. I've added The Long Day Closes ,Citizen Dog, and The Message!

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nitrium wrote:
Errr, I guess Vexer will fill your queue to the brim with that post.
I'll just add my usuals (some 100% "classic" New Zealand made films):
Heavenly Creatures
Once Were Warriors
In My Father's Den
Smash Palace
The Quiet Earth
This Way of Life
Rain
The Rain of Children
Show of Hands
Piece of my Heart
Sleeping Dogs
Vigil
Utu


:lol: True statement, Nitrium. Once Were Warriors sounds interesting, as well as In My Father's Den. Added!

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Thief, I have seen Syriana and Blue Jasmine. I remember watching Syriana (freshman year of college) in the library on my laptop (probably not the best viewing experience, but you make exceptions when you have absolutely nothing else to do and have to wait on the female companion to finish up a paper). There's no doubt the film is quite dense and full of political intrigue, but it feels hampered by its pace--hell, the plot even feels impenetrable at times and has issues with holding the viewers attention. And Jeffrey Wright feels completely wasted, along with the odd, un-involving subplot with his father. However, I do like the film, to an extent, and do feel that there is quite a bit of substance to hold on to. The acting doesn't hurt either. I'll add Bridge as I've never seen it, though.


I agree that the film can be quite dense and a bit hard to get into, but in a way, that density makes it all the more interesting to me. Every time I see it (and I've seen it quite a few times!) I find new things, and it's almost like uncovering the whole web once again.

As for Jeffrey Wright, I disagree that he is wasted. To me, his character is probably the most interesting of the leads. Sure, the amount of cast involved always tends to put some in the foreground, and most of the attention is on Clooney or Damon, but I love what Wright does with his cold, unassuming performance. And I do think that the subplot with his father, although a sideline, does shed some light into the motivations of Wright's character. To me, it is a marvelous film and easily on my Top 10 or 20 of all time.

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As for Jeffrey Wright, I disagree that he is wasted. To me, his character is probably the most interesting of the leads. Sure, the amount of cast involved always tends to put some in the foreground, and most of the attention is on Clooney or Damon, but I love what Wright does with his cold, unassuming performance. And I do think that the subplot with his father, although a sideline, does shed some light into the motivations of Wright's character. To me, it is a marvelous film and easily on my Top 10 or 20 of all time.


As I mentioned above, Its been quite sometime since I've seen the film, but I just don't remember Wright (or his character for that matter) really standing out per se (for me at least ). I felt the subplot with his father to be utterly dumbfounding and almost empty to a degree; the relationship, if I recall correctly,was steeped in the father being "disappointed" in the son--not much depth. But as you said, certainly a motivation for Wright's character, but perhaps not much else. Again, I haven't seen the film in a while, and honestly do not remember hardly any of the particulars surrounding the plot. I remember being a fan of the film, but I couldn't shake a somewhat "dulling" effect it had on me afterwards. Regardless, I should definitely revisit it at some point so I can *properly* discuss it with you.

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Calvero, I've added Odd Man Out (love me some Carol Reed)


where did you find it? I don't think its on dvd.


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where did you find it? I don't think its on dvd.


You're right, it's not. However I found the entire film on Youtube.

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where did you find it? I don't think its on dvd.


You're right, it's not. However I found the entire film on Youtube.


I found this one okay, but I will say that I like The Fallen Idol a fucking ton. Yes, even more than The Third Man

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You could do worse than go through the list of films that peng 8 or more too. I've seen a dozen at least and they're all good to great.

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Jackburns, would you be ok with posting your reviews of any recommendations you decide to watch within this thread? thanks


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So Jack, see any of these yet?


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