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|93 T10||Mary and Max (2009) - Oct 04, 2011
"I cried. almost twice. I recognized in the film things that are hard to admit you recognize. Not from myself, thank the FSM. But in my family. I'ts courageously funny, and unbearably sad. When it ended, I started it agian. I wanted few more minuets with it. It's always hard to recognize, I guess."
|97 T10||Paris, Texas (1984) - Sep 19, 2011
"A perfect sunya of urban and deserted, living in the wilde void or the family dream. Lucky are these that this film is strange to their bodys and yet, planted deep down in their hearts, enough to enjoy this remarkable example of cinematic art."
|100 T10||Harold and Maude (1971) - May 14, 2011
"Optimistic. This is the first word one must use when trying to describe the greatness of this film. The second one would be - Masterpiece. I'd recommend it to anyone who's sad, lonely, alienated, depressed or just tired of life. Furthermore, I'd recommend it for a suicidal friend in need of a leap of faith. This film is pure joy. A fantastic rush of Optimism right into your veins."
|1 T1||Gummo (1997) - May 14, 2011
"Wanna say that everything is rotten? Please do find your own original way to say it. Don't manipulate me, don't aggressively provoke me. This is a tacky display of "my generation". Please, Mr. Korine, save your cats, save the retarded whores, god save Chloë Sevigny."