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    Raging Bull or Run Lola Run?

    Well... should I watch Raging Bull or Run Lola Run tonight?

    Any good foreign films kicking around that I should see? I watched Amelie the other night, I forgot how ****ING good it is!

    Anyone seen the Edukators? German kidnap film, pretty mainstream but awesome all the same.
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    run loa run is a looooooooong movie about the chick running trying to get money for her man. raging bull has deniro...
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverx2
    raging bull has al pachino...
    No it doesn't
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    RLR has a really sweet soundtrack.... Never seen the other though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverx2
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    Al Pacino isn't in Ragin Bull, De Niro and Pesci...
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    dude why you gotta be editing my quotes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverx2
    dude why you gotta be editing my quotes?
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    eh, raging bull didn't live up to the hype. I've never seen run lola run.

    If you're looking for an artsy foreign movie, try City of Lost Children. It's in French, and is a bit odd...but pretty good from an artistic point of view.

    Another one i liked was 'Kitchen Stories' ...i think it's Dutch, but it has a pretty good and heartwarming story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lefteyewilly
    try City of Lost Children. It's in French, and is a bit odd...but pretty good from an artistic point of view.
    Of course it's good, it's from the same director of Amelie (who also did Alien 4, which sucked, but had great colors).

    Well, latin ones (not new, but good):
    amores perros (mexican)
    y tu mama tambien (mexican)
    Nicotina (mexican)

    More recently: la mujer de mi hermano (my brother's wife), it's supposed to be really good, though it is new in the US, it's supposed to have been show in other countries already


    I've been watching some asian horror films, they are good
    The Shutter
    The eye
    A tail of two sisters

    Action:
    Ong bak? (or anything with Tony Jaa)

    With the same actress of amelie:
    a very long engagement

    German:
    Good bye lenin (the music is from the same guy that did the soundtrack for amelie: Yann Tiersen), it's kind of boring, but good nevertheless.

    Well, absolutely not new, but have you seen the three colors movies? (Red, white, blue)(by Kieslowski)? Red is just awesome.


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    Oh, a very good one, from Argentina: Nueve Reinas (9 Queens). Hollywood did a remake of this movie (called: Criminal), which of course can't be as good as the original!

    I liked Motorcycle Diaries, though I don't know if you'd consider taht foreign film.

    City of God is a must see (from Brasil)
    Another old one, from Peru: Pantaleon y las visitadoras (a fun, sexy story about whores and the military).
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    this is the part of the thread where i come in here and get my ass kicked for not having seen either of these films.

    and that goes for taxi driver and goodfellas as well.

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    Taxi Driver is my favourite film of all time!

    Mark, argonauta beat you to the Colours films, i'll check them out though

    Thanks for the list argonauta, i'll hunt a few of them down
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    I choose Cannon Ball Run.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ViRGo_RK
    I choose Cannon Ball Run.
    ha! The writer of that movie lives only 20 minutes away from me. It's actually named after a bar in the same town.

    Just a tad bit of trivia for ya

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    i had watched <Run Lola Run>, i am really dont like this movie.
    Just as someone said that just a girl run for her bf.

    And someone mentioned that <A tail of two sisters>, not bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lefteyewilly

    Another one i liked was 'Kitchen Stories' ...i think it's Dutch, but it has a pretty good and heartwarming story.
    Kitchen Stories is Norwegian - a great movie though

    Another one I watched recently (in a similarly snowbound setting) was Nói albínói, pretty good and it has a gorgeous soundtrack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ViRGo_RK
    I choose Cannon Ball Run.
    i actually own this DVD.
    this was the first movie my dad and i bonded over when i was a kid.

    Ah, these boys is all swelled up. So this was earlier...getting set to trade. Then, woooaaah differences.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Markp.com
    as are: Three colours red, Three colours blue (the best one), Three colours white (haven't seen this one, it could be arse... the other two are great though!)
    Crikey, you've got better taste than I reckoned. The Trois Couleurs trilogy is brilliant. In my opinion the Blanc episode was the best.

    It's a shame Krystow Kieslowski is dead, he made some great movies. The soundtracks to the Trois Couleurs trilogy is definitely worth the purchase, Zbigniew Preisner makes some of the best contemporary romantic classical music. And on a Preisner-sidenote: his soundtrack to Aberdeen is brilliant too, as is his album Requiem for my Friend, written for Kieslowski after he passed away.
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