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19th May '17 11:38:43 PM nombretomado
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* Another ValKilmer flick, called ''Film/{{Spartan}}''. Labeled by many as the 'thinking man's thriller', it's both a moody and incredibly atmospheric film. Lot's of Spy Speak and Mamet Dialogue, and some really memorable moments.

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* Another ValKilmer Creator/ValKilmer flick, called ''Film/{{Spartan}}''. Labeled by many as the 'thinking man's thriller', it's both a moody and incredibly atmospheric film. Lot's of Spy Speak and Mamet Dialogue, and some really memorable moments.
12th Mar '17 12:51:30 PM nombretomado
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* ''Film/TheLivingWake'' is a film of acquired taste for some. A BlackComedy following two {{Cloud Cuckoolander}}s through a WorldOfHam with MontyPython-esque humor as they search for the meaning of life before one of them drops dead. Tonight. At precisely seven-thrity. ''[[MundaneMadeAwesome After a musical number]]''.

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* ''Film/TheLivingWake'' is a film of acquired taste for some. A BlackComedy following two {{Cloud Cuckoolander}}s through a WorldOfHam with MontyPython-esque Creator/MontyPython-esque humor as they search for the meaning of life before one of them drops dead. Tonight. At precisely seven-thrity. ''[[MundaneMadeAwesome After a musical number]]''.
30th Jan '17 10:07:22 PM Scifimaster92
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* The 1982 Australian horror film ''[[NextOfKin1982 Next of Kin]]'' (not to be confused with the Patrick Swayze film of the same name) isn't exactly well known outside its country of origin, which is a real shame as it boasts some incredible atmosphere, excellent acting and cinematography, and a fine score courtesy of electronic music legend Klaus Schulze.

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* The 1982 Australian horror film ''[[NextOfKin1982 ''[[Film/NextOfKin1982 Next of Kin]]'' (not to be confused with the Patrick Swayze film of the same name) isn't exactly well known outside its country of origin, which is a real shame as it boasts some incredible atmosphere, excellent acting and cinematography, and a fine score courtesy of electronic music legend Klaus Schulze.
30th Jan '17 10:03:15 PM Scifimaster92
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* The 1982 Australian horror film ''[[NextOfKin1982 Next of Kin]]'' (not to be confused with the Patrick Swayze film of the same name) isn't exactly well known outside its country of origin, which is a real shame as it boasts some incredible atmosphere, excellent acting and cinematography, and a fine score courtesy of electronic music legend Klaus Schulze.
26th Nov '16 4:29:17 PM fearlessnikki
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* ''Film/MyNameIsEmily'' - an Irish film directed by Simon Fitzmaurice. He was suffering from motorneuron disease and directed the entire film through eye-recognition software. It's a very compelling story about mental illness featuring a magnificent performance from Creator/EvannaLynch, showing that she can do far more than just [[Film/HarryPotter Luna Lovegood]].
27th Sep '16 12:52:04 PM fearlessnikki
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* ''Film/SunshineCleaning'' - a beautiful and heartfelt SliceOfLife from the makers of ''Film/LittleMissSunshine''. Featuring stellar performances from Amy Adams and Emily Blunt, as well as a fun gimmick.
4th Sep '16 10:55:10 PM erforce
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* ''Inspector Clouseau'' is actually very good. Alan Arkin brings his own version of the favorite from ''Film/ThePinkPanther'' to different measures that Creator/PeterSellers could only hint at.

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* ''Inspector Clouseau'' ''Film/InspectorClouseau'' is actually very good. Alan Arkin brings his own version of the favorite from ''Film/ThePinkPanther'' ''Franchise/ThePinkPanther'' to different measures that Creator/PeterSellers could only hint at.
25th Jul '16 3:58:25 PM nombretomado
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* ''Film/{{Roxanne}}'', a hysterically funny and cute romantic comedy from the late 80s. It's a surprisingly good modernized retelling of the play ''CyranoDeBergerac'', starring Creator/SteveMartin and Creator/DarylHannah. It was nominated for a Golden Globe for Martin's leading role, and is described by critics to this day as one of his funniest performances ever.

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* ''Film/{{Roxanne}}'', a hysterically funny and cute romantic comedy from the late 80s. It's a surprisingly good modernized retelling of the play ''CyranoDeBergerac'', ''Theatre/CyranoDeBergerac'', starring Creator/SteveMartin and Creator/DarylHannah. It was nominated for a Golden Globe for Martin's leading role, and is described by critics to this day as one of his funniest performances ever.
15th Jun '16 6:33:46 PM Doug86
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* ''Film/TheElementOfCrime'': [[Creator/LarsVonTrier Lars von Trier's]] debut movie, a dark, DeliberatelyMonochrome, [[PsychologicalThriller psychological crime thriller]] which simultaneously {{Homage}}s and [[{{Deconstruction}} deconstructs]] FilmNoir, set in the [[AfterTheEnd post-apocalyptic]] CrapsackWorld of post-WorldWarII, [[SceneryGorn destroyed beyond recognition Germany]], with elements of DieselPunk and MindScrew, shot in a style that is essentially GermanExpressionism turned {{up to eleven}}. The result is [[UpToEleven darker than]] ''Film/BladeRunner''. One of the most neglected films of TheEighties.

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* ''Film/TheElementOfCrime'': [[Creator/LarsVonTrier Lars von Trier's]] debut movie, a dark, DeliberatelyMonochrome, [[PsychologicalThriller psychological crime thriller]] which simultaneously {{Homage}}s and [[{{Deconstruction}} deconstructs]] FilmNoir, set in the [[AfterTheEnd post-apocalyptic]] CrapsackWorld of post-WorldWarII, post-UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, [[SceneryGorn destroyed beyond recognition Germany]], with elements of DieselPunk and MindScrew, shot in a style that is essentially GermanExpressionism turned {{up to eleven}}. The result is [[UpToEleven darker than]] ''Film/BladeRunner''. One of the most neglected films of TheEighties.
11th Mar '16 1:25:42 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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* ''Film/TheFall''. I can't even fathom how the director pulled this movie off with ''no CGI whatsoever''. Just about any scene in the film could be framed and put in an art museum. It's ''that'' beautiful. Then you take into account that shooting took 4 years, over 20 countries, and the film becomes a miracle.

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* ''Film/TheFall''. I can't even It's hard to fathom how the director of ''Film/TheFall'' pulled this the movie off with ''no CGI whatsoever''. Just about any scene in the film could be framed and put in an art museum. It's ''that'' beautiful. Then you take into account that shooting took 4 years, over 20 countries, and the film becomes a miracle.



* The films of James Gunn. Though often a critically well-received writer and director, his films always seem to end up falling through the cracks or get screwed by the studio with no advertising or because his films aren't very mainstream.\\

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* The films of James Gunn. Though often a critically well-received writer and director, his films always seem to end up falling through the cracks or get screwed by the studio with no advertising or because his films aren't very mainstream.mainstream, with a [[Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy lone exception]].\\



* ''The 2007 Australian film ''Noise'' has been seen by few, but it's a fantastic crime film with a great atmosphere and interesting characters.

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* ''The The 2007 Australian film ''Noise'' has been seen by few, but it's a fantastic crime film with a great atmosphere and interesting characters.



* ''Wish Upon a Star'', an underrated 1996 film that aired several times on Disney Channel throughout the late 1990s, and puts a 1990s spin on the FreakyFridayFlip trope. Starring [[Series/GreysAnatomy Katherine Heigl]] and [[Franchise/{{Halloween}} Danielle Harris]] as two sisters who magically swap bodies after a titular WishUponAStar comes true, they first use it to sabotage each other in school before learning to appreciate and help out each other.

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* ''Wish Upon a Star'', an underrated 1996 film that aired several times on Disney Channel throughout the late 1990s, and puts a 1990s spin on the FreakyFridayFlip trope. Starring [[Series/GreysAnatomy Katherine Heigl]] and [[Franchise/{{Halloween}} Danielle Harris]] as two sisters who magically swap bodies after a titular WishUponAStar comes true, they first use it to sabotage each other in school before learning to appreciate and help out each other. It's a funny film with tons of heart as the characters mature.
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