John Wick series
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
The Matrix series
Girl with Dragon Tattoo series
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Anything by Tarkovsky (except maybe "Sacrifice")
Anything by Godard (except maybe the late, more "radical" cinema of his)
"Gangs of New York"
"Scenes from a marriage" + "Persona" by Bergman
буду безукоризненно нежный,
не мужчина, а ó облако в штанах!"
A Fistful of Dollars
Can't re-watch movies, re-play games or r-read books.. information I already know always seems boring :/ and I ask myself wtf am I doing.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Kill Bill Vol. 2
10 Things I Hate About You
Dazed and Confused
Bride of Chucky
A Nightmare on Elm Street
A Clockwork Orange
The Edge of Seventeen
Perks of Being a Wallflower
The Lovely Bones
The Talented Mr. Ripley
The Wolf of Wall Street
Romeo + Juliet
From Dusk Till Dawn
Empire Strikes Back
Temple of Doom
Bridge to Terabithia
Interview with the Vampire
No Country for Old Men
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
And I'm what you desire, like a siren in the night
Originally Posted by Starfall7w6 2w3 8w9 - The Free Spirit
I donít like to rewatch movies, but the ones that made the most impression are already in @flames list.
I would add something like inception or sci-Fi you just want to rewatch several years later bc of entertainment value, or bc you want to figure it out. I loved Nolanís Batman trilogy as well. I donít know if I would still rewatch but I have a few times before.
even though I donít usually care for animation, I loved Ice-Age.
Wild child, all Harry Potter movies, Hunger Games: Catching Fire, About Time, Apocalypto, Warm Bodies, HSM2 and many more
Wall Street, The Wolf of Wall Street, August, sci-fi movies, The Matrix trilogy, Nolan's Batman trilogy, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Blade Runner, some silly romantic comedies, Hackers, some movies with Charles Bronson.
Pokemon the Movie 2000 The Power of One, Star Wars Episode I Phantom Menace
The whole initiation of a Chosen 1 to defeat time and be apocalyptic, emerging from the esoteric and farfetched cloud to summon courage and bravery for major accomplishments and navigate the evil toybox seems grabbing of a huge milestone stampeding on the currents of chaos in an unleashed factory.
The Jedi speak of the Chosen 1 as the 1 who will bring balance to the Force. The Sith speak of the Chosen 1 as having perfect power and perfect destiny. Somehow, the threads of fate and Wish must all combine in perfect harmony to spell out the flavor of morality in the compass cardinal.
Personally, I go for the Chosen 1 as Thomas Muller, because 7-1 and 8-2 is so revamped and massive that no jet or tailspin can even slightly descend into that gravity well and harness the full clockwork arcanum video game mansion.
Maybe, from a more speculative perspective, the Chosen 1 is pure hearted, battle tested, curious, masterful, ambitious, calculating, strong, flowing, crashing, engineering, just throwing up his sword and lightsaber to the maelstrom of all intellect and ingenuity for the full throttle leviathan of emblems and totems in the wind of beauty and scenic poise of flowering jewels and planetarium sized faith.
In Pokemon the Movie 2000 The Power of One, Ash is the Chosen 1, flying into the sky with dominoes of the continuum burning bridges and securing victory for the jaws of defeat. Lugia is so angelic and blissful that that wave of force, that coffin of surprise, the recollection of fissuring finality light a fire under any adversary.
All 36 Barbie movies
I had a boyfriend that I paid everything for, his debt, his car, and all I have to say to that is: that I was one dumb bitch
Hedwig and the Angry Inch. I felt the movie and the songs so much.
“And there's no mystical design,
No cosmic lover preassigned.
There's nothing you can find
that can not be found.
'Cause with all the changes
you've been through
It seems the stranger's always you.
Alone again in some new
Wicked little town.”
Also Breakfast at Tiffany’s because I love cheesy romantic films with sad undertones