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filmsRpriceless
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PostPosted: 09.10.2003 12:47 am    Post subject: Upcoming feature films Reply with quote

What upcoming/festival films have you pysched?

Here's a list I just whipped up (keep in mind, it could be much longer):

At Five in the Afternoon (Samira Makhmalbaf, Iran)

Satan's Playground (Dante Tomaselli, USA)

School of Rock (Richard Linklater, USA)

Fog of War (Errol Morris, USA)

Dogville (Lars von Trier, Denmark)

Twentynine Palms (Bruno Dumont, France)

The Brown Bunny (Vincent Gallo, USA)

Gozu (Takashi Miike, Japan)

Elephant (Gus Van Sant, USA)

Distant (Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Turkey)

Zatoichi (Takeshi Kitano, Japan)

Carandiru (Hector Babenco, Brazil)

Hour of the Wolf (Michael Haneke, France)

Crimson Gold (Jafar Panahi, Iran)

Lost in Translation (Sofia Coppola, USA)

The Cooler (Wayne Kramer, USA)

Bus 174 (Jos? Padilha, Brazil)

Charlotte Sometimes (Eric Byler, USA)

In My Skin (Marina de Van, France)

The Son (Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne, France)

To Be and to Have (Nicolas Philibert, France)

Mystic River (Clint Eastwood, USA)

21 Grams (Alejandro Gonzales, USA)

Cowards Bend the Knee (Guy Maddin, Canada)

Saddest Music in the World (Guy Maddin, Canada)

That's about it for now. Very Happy
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the night watchman
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PostPosted: 09.10.2003 2:06 am    Post subject: Re: Upcoming feature films Reply with quote

Satan's Playground (Dante Tomaselli, USA)

School of Rock (Richard Linklater, USA)

The Brown Bunny (Vincent Gallo, USA)

Lost in Translation (Sofia Coppola, USA)

Saddest Music in the World (Guy Maddin, Canada)
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beltmann
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PostPosted: 09.10.2003 2:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Is there anything coming with David Spade, or the Rock?
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PostPosted: 09.10.2003 3:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You know what, you're in luck my friend ...

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The Third M?n
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PostPosted: 09.10.2003 3:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm dying to see Eastwood's Mystic River, it looks phenomenal (and what a cast!)

Also, Satan's Playground sounds very, very intriguing... you simply have to look at the premise to realise this:

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SATAN'S PLAYGROUND is a supernatural shocker chronicling a family's spine-tingling odyssey in New Jersey's legendary Pine Barrens region. En route to a wilderness camping retreat, their car inexplicably breaks down. As darkness falls, panic sets in. Then the marooned family stumbles upon an ancient and seemingly abandoned house. And it is here that they meet the bizarre Mrs. Leeds who lives there with her equally unhinged children. Offering no assistance, she warns of a violent, unseen force lurking in the forbidding countryside. Soon, the family will encounter a supernatural evil older than the woods themselves. SATAN'S PLAYGROUND...a place where deadly myth becomes gruesome reality.


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the night watchman
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PostPosted: 09.10.2003 5:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I also want to see Mystic River. I tend to like Eastwood's movies, even the lesser ones like Bloodwork. I'm also looking forward to Bubba-Hotep, which I've seen, but want to see again, and Cabin Fever. Elvis Mitchel interviewed the writer and director of Cabin Fever on NPR, and the guy does a hilarious impression of David Lynch.
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PostPosted: 09.11.2003 1:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

All I need is Tarantino and Lord of the Rings to keep me happy, looks like its going to be a good fall. I just saw "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind" (which I really liked) and before it was a preview for Tarantino's new movie "Kill Bill", which got me tremendously excited.

Also, "Once Upon a Time in Mexico" looks like great fun, especially since I just saw the first two. Thanks Eric and I really found that ten minute film discussion on the making of "El Mariachi" fascinating. Plus, the trilogoy got Zach to like his first subtitled movie, being of course "El Mariachi".

As far as more independent and foreing movies I really don't know where to look to see what is coming out in the future, any suggestions?
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PostPosted: 09.11.2003 1:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

mfritschel wrote:
Thanks Eric and I really found that ten minute film discussion on the making of "El Mariachi" fascinating. Plus, the trilogoy got Zach to like his first subtitled movie, being of course "El Mariachi".


My pleasure.

Glad to hear about Zach--it only takes one. Didn't he see Hero with me, though? I can't recall.

Eric
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