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svenerik

Cinema Addict - 2429 Film Ratings

Member Since: Oct 22, 2009

Location: USA

Bio: 20 Favorite Films:
1. Modern Times (Chaplin, 1936)
2. Citizen Kane (Welles, 1941)
3. Rome, Open City (Rossellini, 1945)
4. Bicycle Thieves (De Sica, 1948)
5. Ikiru (Kurosawa, 1952)
6. Ordet (Dreyer, 1955)
7. Wild Strawberries (Bergman, 1957)
8. 8 1/2 (Fellini, 1963)
9. Contempt (Godard, 1963)
10. The Battle of Algiers (Pontecorvo, 1966)
11. Scenes from a Marriage (Bergman, 1973)
12. Opening Night (Cassavetes, 1977)
13. 3 Women (Altman, 1977)
14. Paris, Texas (Wenders, 1984)
15. Naked (Leigh, 1993)
16. Safe (Haynes, 1995)
17. The Thin Red Line (Malick, 1998)
18. Mulholland Drive (Lynch, 2001)
19. Hidden (Haneke, 2005)
20. My Winnipeg (Maddin, 2007)

Honorable Mention: Make Way for Tomorrow; Shadow of a Doubt; Double Indemnity; In a Lonely Place; Forbidden Games; Tokyo Story; La Strada; Bob le flambeur; The 400 Blows; The Bad Sleep Well; The Winter Light; An Autumn Afternoon; High and Low; Persona; Faces; The Wild Bunch; Army of Shadows; Husbands; Cries and Whispers; F for Fake; The Long Goodbye; Amarcord; Chinatown; Mirror; Nashville; A Woman Under the Influence; The Killing of a Chinese Bookie; Wings of Desire; Au Revoir les enfants; Dead Ringers; Goodfellas; Short Cuts; You Can Count on Me; The Piano Teacher; Fish Tank; The White Ribbon; The Arbor; The Tree of Life.

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0% Dancer in the Dark (2000) - Oct 22, 2009
"This film left me completely cold. People were crying in the theater Selma is being sentenced to death and I was doing my best not to laugh out loud at how manipulative and inane it all was. The friend I accompanied was very moved but I just had to shrug as he raved about it afterwards. I found it all very contrived, hackneyed, dreadfully dull and obvious and predictable, poorly written, terribly acted (or emoted)."