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Title says it all. I'll go first:

>Interstellar (2014)

>Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)
>Edge of Tomorrow (2014)
>Gravity (2013)
>Metropolis (1927)
>The Signal (2014)
>Robocop (2014)
>The thirteenth Floor (1999)
>District 9 (2009)
>Prometheus (2012)
Obviously The Matrix, and some others I purposely don't mention.
These are just some on a long list of movies I really enjoyed. What about you Lain?


The quiet Earth.
A day in the death of Joe Egg. (1972)
Full Metal Jacket.
Blade Runner.
A day in the death of Joe Egg is a good drama, I'd recommend it to anyone who likes British dark comedy as well.


As IMDB puts it;
Peter Medak's film illustrates the problems a married couple have in coming to terms with their child's severe disability. At first, it seems that they deal with the situation by laughing about it. However as the film progresses we see that the husband, Bri has given up hope for his daughter and believes that her death would be a release whereas his wife, Sheila believes that she will one day recover. It also becomes apparent that Bri's humor is indeed his way of dealing with the trauma but Sheila's laughter is an attempt to keep Bri happy and the marriage together. The characters of Bri and Sheila represent opposite sides of the moral argument on such cases: do we have the right to decide whether a human being should live or die or is it cruel to artificially prolong a life that consists only of severe fits and constant pain?


The man who fell to Earth
Renaissance (very cyb)
The Fall
Blade Runner (duh)


>Donnie Darko
>Fight Club
>Spirited Away
>The Science of Sleep


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>Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
>All About Lily Chou Chou
>Kiki's Delivery Service
>Punch-Drunk Love
>Enter the Void*
>Under the Skin
>Falling Down



>Blues Brothers
>Space Jam


12 Monkeys


Just some movies I (re)watched recently, they're all good but I'm bad at stating favourites
>O Brother, Where Art Thou?
>Taxi Driver
>No Country for Old Men
>The Departed


Can you maybe explain what the deeper sense behind "No Country for Old Men" was? I was somehow puzzled - especially when he was talking about that dream he had in the last scene.


I don't know what you're talking about exactly anymore but the whole thing was about how coincidences can turn out and that there is "no country for old men" anymore in Texas (I think about it that way at least). As far as I know, western US was very different from eastern for a long time.
Besides that it was just very well made and I enjoyed the atmosphere very much


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Thank you. It's been some time since I watched it too so it's fine.


good idea op

>Fight Club

>Spirited Away
also Princess Mononoke (and the other movies by Hayao Miyazaki are probably really good too)
>Blade Runner
>Edge of Tomorrow (2014)
was fun, very video-game-like movie. if you enjoy that, Gamer (2009), don't expect a masterpiece
>Enter the Void
crazy trip, very very dark.

now for some new ones
>Hero (2002)
>Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003)
>Locke (2014)
movie about a dude driving
>The Machine (2013)*
>Dredd (2012)*
>The Zero Theorem (2013)*
really weird
>Prometheus (2012)*
>Elysium (2013)*
>Oblivion (2013)*
>Shutter Island (2010)
watch it, seriously
>In Time (2011)
i know, i know, don't hate me, i just enjoyed it, it's not that good
>Limitless (2011)
>2 Guns (2013)
>Kill Bill (both of them)
>Pulp fiction
>Leon: The Professional (1994)



i can post moar once i catalogued the movies i keep on my other pc..


Not much into movies. The Godfather will qualify.


>Doctor strangelove
>Clockwork orange
>modern times
>the big lebowski
>howl's moving castle
>pulp fiction
>ghost in the shell
>the end of evangelion
>2001: an space odyssey

I'm not much into movies, but this is my list of favorites, i accept recommendations based on my taste.


Leon is such an excellent movie ;_;


>TFW the only movie I have seen on any of these list is the Blues Brothers >>693
B-blade Runner is on my to-watch list, though.


yeah i love it

take your time and don't go anything else if you can bear it.. it's reaaaally slow but you can miss a lot of stuff if you're not careful :-)

yes, i can see a pattern
sort by: average rating


some more
>The Dark Knight (2008)
>The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
>Ex Machina (2015)*


My all-time favorites
>Apocalypse now
>Blade Runner
>Le congress (this one is rather new)


>All About Lily Chou Chou
Is it actually good? I only know about the OST because of fauux.


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>Donnie Darko
The worst part about Donnie Darko is realizing who it's supposed to cater too, and then feeling like soykaf.


If you liked Shutter Island, you'll like Stonehearst Asylum. It's not perfect, but the plot subverts the obvious expectations fairly well and everything makes sense by the end. I'd recommend watching it without seeing any trailers or teasers, but the first spoiler is pretty obvious anyway.


the worst thing about Donnie Darko is the Director's Cut. avoid at all costs.


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kay, Ill add a few (since this is /r/ I wont worry about putting my cyb favourites) :

>Sympathy for Mr Vengeance

>Elephant Man
>The Mission
>Dekalog (not really a single movie though)
>Sundays and Cybele


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I'm pretty all over the place when it comes to movies.

- The Breakfast Club
- A Clockwork Orange
- Once Upon a Time in the West
- Cat Soup
- Mind Game
- The Raid 2 (I haven't seen the first one yet)
- Robocop (1987)
- Total Recall (1990)
- The Runner Man
- Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters

Out of all of those Mishima is my biggest favorite.


that is the lainest thing I've ever seen, who's responsible for this?


>Strange days
>The machinist
>Moon (2009)
>Love (2011)
>Europa Report

Had to search the thread to see if these had been named, seems like most of us have similar taste.
Btw, what's a good public ripping team or movie tracker? I'm checking yify right now, I know the quality is soykaf but so is my computer, so I have to download 720 anyway.
I hate how they fuarrrk with the sound quality though.

Linking https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_cyberpunk_works#Films

If you liked Limitless you should watch Lucy, it's the same but with a girl.


howls moving castle
2001 space oddysey
guardians of the galaxy
the 5th element
that one based on do androids dream of electric sheep
ghost in the shell
idk what else need to see more movies

call me judgmental but I couldn't get behind lucy. way too much pseudoscience. same for limitless but i didn't see that one


Actually I didn't see Lucy, just saw the trailer or something.
If you don't like pseudoscience you should check Interstellar, it was kind of over the roof but I couldn't point out any erroneous explanations in the sci part.


>call me judgmental but I couldn't get behind lucy. way too much pseudoscience. same for limitless but i didn't see that one
lucy really annoyed me by being full to the brim with really bad, cheesy peudoscience and because the protagonist was so overpowered the movie wasnt even fun anymore, and because there is not really a plot either

limitless was just about pills that give a dude mental superpowers, not much pseudo science involved except the usual bit of crap about the brain not being used at capacity

i can warmy recommend it because unlike lucy some really nice, FITTING visual things happen that reflect the protagonists trips really well


thank you very much for the recommendation


office space!

some art student. he recently updated it

>Moon (2009)
i have heard good things about that movie
>Metropolis (2001)
yeah i like that one too. anime movie.
>the 5th element
yup, that movie stuck in my brain really hard. it's super cheesy on purpose, you have been warned
speaking of that: the new
>hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy
movie was pretty good imho
>guardians of the galaxy
oh fuarrrk yea, really fun stuff, watch that one if you haven't done it yet
>that one based on do androids dream of electric sheep
uhm what, it's not on wikipedia except if you mean Blade Runner or Psycho-Pass


>The man who fell to Earth
>Donnie Darko
>Under the Skin
>Clockwork orange
And now not posted.
>breakfast on pluto
>dog's tooth
>neco z alenky
aka the best film you'll probably never understand. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiPmA2cle40


I honestly think that last year was one of the best years for movies in recent memory.
Just from the top of my head, I can name movies like:
Edge of Tomorrow,
Grand Budapest Hotel,
Gone Girl,
The Lego Movie.
I am sure I've forgotten some, but this is the only year in memory that has had very few that I saw and disliked.


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absolutely. it's completely awesome. also i agree about the lego movie being really great, i just forgot to mention it


Can someone recommend me some movies with totally unpredictable plot, like the big lebowski?


The Big Lebowski
Pulp Fiction
Lock, Stock and 2 Smoking Barrels
Cloud Atlas
12 monkeys
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
No Country for old Men


I'm a sucker for anything sci-fi or horror really. All time favorite is probably the first Alien movie.


That's the name of the movie, "Plus One"


What about The Prestige? Memento was nice as well, and In Bruges could be compared to TBL, even though they are different types of comedies.


>Terminator (sci-fi action)
>Requiem for a dream (drug drama)
>I stand alone (human drama)
>Pitch black (sci-fi action)
>Redline (action anime)
>Waterworld (post-apocalyptic action)


so the point of this thread is put movies that are not cyb?
>twelve mokeys
>castle in the sky
>modern times


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Sunshine (2007) should get you on OP, if you didn't already see it. There is a plot twist who got a lot of people pissed off but I didn't find it so bothering personally : Just see it as a clumsy but harmless shift in tension and rhythm.

Oh also, totally unrelated but my movie pictures folder was full of large png files, and I found this ImageMagick command online to convert all those in jpeg :

mogrify -format jpg *.png

This really is a... magic tool. huuurrrr :DD


I meant blade runner lol
I also didn't list hitchhiker's guide but glad to know your opinion
oh, and add doctor strangelove to the list
I'm weird. I wouldn't mind a completely overpowered protagonist kicking ass for an entire movie without plot because I'm trash like that, but if the science or history is incorrect I'm pretty much done.

Actually, the science and history can be incorrect too if they give us a plausible explanation instead of, say, precolonial native americans with horses and Sioux headgear in the everglades like Lucy did. Or if the movie has established it's not taking itself seriously / meant to be realistic like superhero movies.


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yeah no i mean yeah strangelove of course


webm related


just watched Ex Machina and god DAMN. That soykaf is so schway! You should all go watch it. Most well done tech film in a while IMO. Also was pretty unexpected and pretty inevitable.


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i will

>Stonehearst Asylum
it really enjoyed it, thanks. also funny how Ben Kingsley has a very similar role


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I'm glad you liked it.


Blade Runner
2001 a space odessy
Night of the living dead
Lost Highway

And some other stuff like alien, apocalypse now or oldboy


>Taxi Driver
>The Godfather films
>Dog Day Afternoon
>Pulp Fiction
>Reservoir Dogs
>The girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011)
>Gangs of New York
>Apocalypse Now
>Children of Men
>Jakie Brown
>Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
>Fight Club
>All the Presidents Men
>The Departed
>Ghost in the Shell



There is something strangely attractive, if not erotic, in this dazed face. I'm sorry to disrupt but I needed to express this


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She's just a determined young lady.


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I am surprised that no one has seen "Fantastic Planet" (or "la planete sauvage"). A weird and disturbing sort of sci-fi animated french film from 1973. A great watch if you like that kind of stuff.


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Person of Interest
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Taxi Driver
Gran Torino
Fight Club
Blade Runner
Ghost In The Shell
DEFCON: The Documentary
Demoscene: The Art of the Algorithms


>Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
great movie. i wrote more but my firefox fuarrrked up and forgot it

Clementine reminds me of the girl in
>Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
(you can watch that movie by the way if you want.. i found it really had its moments.. expect something with romance, weirdness and video games)


Roland gets better then this. Take his books for example.


I didn't know Roland was also a writer, I will go and read that. Have you any books in mind to read first ?


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Great movie!!!, 12 Monkeys (1995).


that was really good watch. they now have a series based on it. I only watched the first episode it was pretty bad though


>The Incredibles
>Sweeney Todd
>Ghost In The Shell
>First 2 Shrek movies
>The Conjuring
>Beauty and the Beast

I'm having a hard time thinking of things to be honest. I'm not really much into movies.


Lucky Number Slevin


>Person of Interest
you mean the series right? i find it pretty bad so far. i lol'd when they said "OH BOY if everyone ever found out we SPY on everyone there would be a huge scandal and we'll be shut down" when in reality nothing of the fuarrrking sort happens and "OH BOY the machine already prevented half a dozen terrorist attacks it would be a TRAGEDY if we were shut down" when in reality no plot to speak of was uncovered by the mass surveillance systems. oh wow there goes another golden quote while i'm typing: "its VOIP, anynoymized by the internet"when in reality the internet is the very technology that is used to spy on fuarrrking all of us
it's so goddamn ironic they couldnt have done it better if they did it on purpose i mean are you fuarrrking kidding me

but mainly i'm ranting about the Person of Interest series right now because i'm incredibly turned off by the weak-ass ending of s1e4. he should have killed that bankster multi-rapist after shooting him in the balls first, what is this bullshiet

>Taxi Driver

great movie

>I am surprised that no one has seen "Fantastic Planet" (or "la planete sauvage").
you're being a hipster about it, how the hell should i have come across that one? i liked it though, do recommend & thank



ah, there it is! ok thx for clearing this up

i watched
>12 monkeys
finally got around to watch it, had only read the comic? manga? books, very nicely adapted 11/10 can never unsee
>Lucky Number Slevin
great movie
>Sweeney Todd
if you are going to watch this you better like tim burton movies, but personally i like it the best from those i have seen.



>Gran Torino

I really enjoyed the first 3/4, and although i wish it would have ended on a less serious violent note, it is a seriously good movie imo


I was surprised, not laughing at you for being a pleb because you didn't know some obscur french-animated movie.
But this is the type of film that lainons could like.


>Lucky Number Slevin
Honestly, I couldn't get over many parts of the movie - while it was a really nice watch and I don't regret seeing it, multiple parts of it seemed to be ridiculously convoluted.


Really enjoyed the whole movie, one of my favourites from Eastwood. He's a surprisingly good drama director, isn't he?


i can understand that yeah
i watched it as a sort of "The Big Lebowski"-like movie and when it suddenly turned into some kind of trashy assassin thriller thing it amused me

yeah. it is probably just because i was not expecting a drama and normally do not enjoy them, but it is probably the best i have seen. had some great lighter moments too. really good.


If you enjoyed Gran Torino, you might want to take a look at some other of Eastwood's acclaimed movies in the last two decades. A lot of it is very heavy, but there is a deep, yet sad, sense of satisfaction after watching Million Dollar Baby or Unforgiven. Same can be said about Mystic River as well, but I felt a bit more sour after that.


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i have a suspicion that you guys would like to watch
>Fallen Angels (1995)

>Kiki's Delivery Service

the cutest thing i have ever seen


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Just saw Kung Fury- fuarrrking boss - best hacker scene ever!



I personally am not a big fan of movies in general, but I did like Snowpiercer.


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Run All Night (2015) is an above-average thriller i like.


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>Kung Fury
oh yeah it lives up to the hype i fuarrrking love it


If you are good at hacking he has a full time hack tutorial on youtube.



Birdman. The Grand Budapest Hotel. District 9.


Akira. The Matrix. LOTR: The Fellowship of the Ring. Eraserhead. Metropolis. Jacob's Ladder. Ghost in the Shell. Perfect Blue. Akira. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Brazil. Blade Runner. Full Metal Jacket. Akira. Svankmajer's
Neco z Alenky.

>neco z alenky


My fuarrrking bros.

I'm not sure what to watch right now - I've been pretty cynical recently. My guess is on Le Congress.


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i highly recommend
>Natural Born Killers (1994)
to anyone who calls himself cyberPUNK

>Ip Man 2

liked it very much. Will watch or rewatch the first one (can't remember)

>The Thing (1982)

I.. wow.. I did NOT expect a movie more gory than dead alive (aka braindead). Dead people's guts sprouting legs and owning everyone else. Really fun horror movie.

>Inherent Vice (2014)

Fun movie about a hippie detective. Sloppy in a good way. I.. think i didn't finish it, can recommend already though


>Mystic River
>don't remember much about it visually
i was actually mostly impressed by the visuals, liked the colorful lights and camera work.

>Let the Right One In

yes, very good movie, do watch it except if you're a very impatient person.

>Pan's Labyrinth

didn't like it personally, interesting mix of genres though.


liked it too.


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I have a list of movies and animes I keep on my hdd no matter what, always copying between new systems and such.

Amazing Nuts! (2006)
Betterman (1999)
BLAME! (2003)
Cat Soup (2001)
Dead Leaves (2004)
Dennou Coil (2007)
Die Welle (2008)
Digital Devil Monogatari Megami Tensei (1987)
Digital Juice (2002)
District 9 (2009)
Dothack - Sign (2002)
Enter The Void (2009)
Equilibrium (2002)
Eraserhead (1977)
Eve no Jikan (2010)
eXistenZ (1999)
Falling Down (1993)
Fantastic Planet (1973)
Genius Party (2007)
Genius Party Beyond (2008)
Ghost in the Shell (1995)
Haibane Renmei (2002)
Hellraiser V - Inferno (2000)
Infinite Ryvius (1999)
Kaiba (2008)
Kemonozume (2006)
Knights of Sidonia (2014)
Koyaanisqatsi (1982)
K-PAX (2001)
La Haine (1995)
Let The Right One In (2008)
Memories (1995)
Mind Game (2004)
Mirror (1975)
Mr Nobody (2009)
Mushishi (2005)
Mushishi (2006)
Natural Born Killers (1994)
Naqoyqatsi (2002)
Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995)
Neon Genesis Evangelion - Death & Rebirth (1997)
Neon Genesis Evangelion - The End of Evangelion (1997)
Network (1976)
Noiseman Sound Insect (1997)
No Maps For These Territories (2000)
Now and Then, Here and There (1999)
Oldboy (2003)
Pale Cocoon (2006)
Paranoia 1.0 (2004)
Patema Inverted (2013)
Pi (1998)
Powaqqatsi (1988)
Serial Experiments Lain (1998)
Session 9 (2001)
Solyaris (1972)
Stalker (1979)
Sweat Punch (2007)
Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance (2002)
Taxi Driver (1976)
Tenshi No Tamago (1985)
Tetsuo The Iron Man (1988)
Texhnolyze (2003)
The Animatrix (2003)
The Breakfast Club (1985)
The Fountain (2006)
The Fourth Kind (2009)
The Machinist (2004)
The Man From Earth (2007)
The Net - The Unabomber, LSD and the Internet (2003)
The Tatami Galaxy (2010)
Three Extremes (2004)
Transcendent Man (2009)
Waking Life (2001)
Watchmen (2009)
Watership Down (1978)


>Ghost in the Shell
>Tokyo Godfathers
>The Castle of Cagliostro
>City of God
>Kill Bill
>Natural Born Killers
>Fallen Angels
>Blade Runner
>Battle Royale
>Taxi Driver
>The Professional
>The Devil's Rejects

My African American.


Ill name off a few things Ive been watching lately
>Mad Max 2
>Logans Run
>Jin Roh its a must watch for anyone
>Rebel Without A Cause
>Blade Runner
>Empire Strikes Back
>Ghost in the Shell
>Resovior Dogs
>Anything by Akira Kurosawa is superb
>Evil Dead
>Taxi Driver
>Pulp Fiction
>Studi Ghibli
>Full Metal Jacket
>Apocolypse Now
>A few other anime movies

Most of these movies have superb visuals and usually great storys and characters. If any of you want to get into movies, this is a pretty damn good place to start.


>Natural Born Killers
I actually didn't like this one. It has a lot of things that I can appreciate, and the commentary is nice, but I simply did not have fun while watching it.

>The Thing

The movie surprised me with how tense it actually was, and the effects were superb. Crazy weird fun horror, certainly.


Big Nothing

It's very dark for a comedy, you have been warned.


thanks for the long list man

>My African American.
YEEEAHHH my fellow African American!
i have seen almost all of those and i liked or oved them all.

>Mad Max 2
Well-made crazy action movie. Ending felt a bit hasty. Then again, it was probably better this way.


>>Anything by Akira Kurosawa is superb
what do you recommend to start with


Hellraiser - Inferno (2000): how about no.
i waited impatiently for the protagonist to finally reveal himself as the killer and when the movie played the classic "it was all a dream" card in a super lame way i thought this: dear movie, now please do something original instead of the "OHHH YOU THOUGHT EVERYTHING IS FINE NOW BUT LOOOOK EVERYTHING IS NOT FIIINNE BOOOHOO" ending. it did exactly that.the beginning was fun but it's a really soykaf movie i can't recommend at all.

>Network (1976)

enjoyed that one. the voice intro in one of the recent perturbator songs is from that movie.


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The ending was great in my opinion. The speech from Pinhead about how humans destroy their spirituality through the means of flesh (just like cenobites do) makes it one of the better Hellraiser movies and fits the whole series really well, Barker writes about these issues a lot in his books.

How we create our own hell by descending into mindless pleasure and a world of animal instincts.



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>no mention of the original alien or aliens
Webm related


Well, the OP did say that he purposefully left out some movies, and it's not unlikely that the first two Alien movies were among those.

Still, I'd say that Prometheus gets a lot of negative rep for BS reasons. While the movie is not perfect, it is still very good on many ways, one of them being audience involvement. A lot of the "plotholes" or "unanswered questions" can be found in the movie itself, if you only think for a moment. It is true that some of the answers can be found only in the promotional material, it doesn't mean that they are plotholes, and honestly, I feel like unanswered questions aren't a bad thing per se anyway.


i like Prometheus too. i never got around watching the original alien movies for some reason but i might well do sometime.


so /art is not only OC? good to know

i'm seconding these anime movies that were recommended earlier in the thread and that i enjoyed watching:
>Mind Game (2004)
>The Castle Of Cagliostro (1979)


Considered one of the best, well loved


A bit harder to get into, I prefer it


>Lawrence of Arabia
>Blade Runner
>John Wick
>The Matrix
>The Warriors
>The Watchmen
>Terminator 1 and 2

And I've heard Signs is good, I need to watch it sometime.

The Lego Movie felt like a really long Youtube video.


Seeing from the movies you've chosen that both of us have pretty similar tastes in movies, you are unlikely to enjoy Signs. It's not a particularly good movie, and there's a lot of stupid crap in it.


>Children of Men
>The City of Lost Children
>Ghost in the Shell
>Ночной дозор (Night Watch)

Normie tier
>Chronicles of Riddick trilogy
>Guardians of the Galaxy


If you liked 12 Monkeys check out La Jetée - its basically what inspired 12 Monkeys and it takes a lot of concepts from it.

I agree the TV series didn't start off great.. but give it another shot because it definitely picks up.


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>Android (1982)
>Moon (2009)
>The Andromeda Strain (1971)
>Cube (1 2 3)
>The Thing (1982)
>The Thing (2011)
>The Thing from Another World (1951)


Only thing I have to contribute for cyb is

>Code 46 (2003)

Everything else I can think of has been said.

Outside of cyb:

>In the Loop

>It's Such a Beautiful Day
>Banlieu 13



Oh, also everything by John Carpenter (he directed the 80s Thing with Kurt Russell), and

>The Man from Earth


I'm going to be streaming some movies tonight if any of you are interested.
I'll make a thread on /r/, but I'll post here first.

The movies I'll be streaming are:
One Point O (2004)
Moon (2009)
Renaissance (2006)

I'll start at 7PM EST, or 5 hours and 20 minutes from now. I'll probably play some music or something prestream, to make sure it works, so feel free to tune in beforehand


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Was looking in my collection one day and I realized I had three London Underground based horrors:

Quatermass and the Pit (1967)
Death Line (Raw Meat) (1972)
Creep (2004)



seven samurai is pretty good place to start.


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>Kill Bill
>Seven Samurai
>The Curse
>Battle in Seattle
>Breaking News
>Phone Booth
I think that's pretty much it, I'm going to watch "All About Lily Chou-Chou" tomorrow/soon and it looks promising.

weeb movies:
>Ghost In the Shell
>Eve no Jikan
>Dead Leaves
>Perfect Blue
>Black & White
>5cm per second
>Eva movies
>Madoka movies
>Mind Game
>Spirited Away


Small Apartments
Mr. Nobody
The Dark Knight
Killer Joe
John Wick
Porko Rosso


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I love Hackers. The atmosphere, the soundtrack, its so awesome.


Agreed. The whole basis of the film was a disproved "scientific" "fact"- which kind of made it hilarious.


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I seem to enjoy a lot of the same movies fellow 'lainons' like, which might not be too surprising. Anyway I'll name some of the things I feel have atleast influenced me in some way as a (struggling) artist.

>Alien & Aliens

>Blade Runner
>Voices of a Distant Star
>Black Swan
>The Holy Mountain
>Minority Report
>Mission Impossible
>The Thing
>Valhalla Rising
>Jodorowskys Dune (does a doc count?

I really want to find more films that have surreal, noir, cyb, and ambiguous tones. When I was younger I hates most things that were not cut and dry in their message, pretty much making up for lost time now in my mid/late 20s. Any rec's would be greatly appreciated.


And, if you get through the bullshit, it's surprisingly accurate. The bad guy is hiding a virus in trash folders. They dumpster dive and social engineer passwords. Everyone hacks into the supercomputer and starts running forkbombs and similar to disable the monitoring systems. In reality you'd only need to write the program once but they wanted to use the cast I guess.

I heard from an old hacker that there actually was a club in new york that had a rollerblade entrance like that, even, but maybe he was fuarrrk ing with me.


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Oh fuarrrk , I forgot to mention "La haine"



Why **probably my favourite movie ;-;**




Tron. Really, anons? No one has said tron yet


I haven't seen the original - tried when I was younger and it looked incredibly dated

The soundtrack to the newer one is great though


Tron puts me to sleep, I think it's the color palette


Hmm let's see...
>Mind Game
>The Hunt
>Scott Pilgrim vs The World
>A Clockwork Orange
>Flame and Citron
>End of Evangelion
>Black Swan
>Sweeny Todd
I'm sure I like a lot more, those come to mind though


posting some that i feel peeps have missed
>mad max: furry road
>better off dead
>the wind rises
>battle royal
>feris bulers day off
>summer war


It has an incredibly unique look to it, which the new sequel vaguely imitated. Weak storyline, though.


Some movies that haven't been brought up yet :

> Lola rennt

> Survival style 5+
> Only lovers left alive
> Las brujas de Zugarramurdi
> Borgman


you liked prometheus? I remember it looking like it was going to be great and then they wake up the alien and instead of some deep insight they just have him start fuarrrking people up.

i actually didnt know it was part of the Alien series going in which dissappinted me a bit as well.


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Burst City / Bakuretsu Toshi

Punk bands fight yakuza/post-apoc biker gangs.


Kill Bill wasn't a weeb movie?


Enter The Void
Space Odyssey 2001
American Psycho
Fantastic Planet
Fully Flared


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>> Survival style 5+

YES YES fuarrrkS YES

I was sperging out in the mumble a few weeks ago that we need this to be streamed on lain.tv


That is a great movie. My subs were all screwed up so I had to watch the last half hour with no English translation but at that point it hardly mattered. The bands in it were real too, they all had records out and were fairly well known at the time, at least within that genre.

I was not impressed either. There were a couple of impressive scenes but mostly it was a chance for Sir Ridley to play with all the new digital toys invented since Alien and Brade Runnah were made. It was just a showcase for at times shocking, at times pretty imagery. It was kind of nice to look at but the story was rubbish and the characters were terribly written.



I'm late to this but here goes. It's useful to examine this book while keeping in mind McCarthy's own attitude about good and evil, especially when it comes to violence.

In No Country for Old Men, and really this could be his summary exegesis right here, he seemed to be making the argument that death, or deadly violence, leaves no room for such a debate to even take place. It is such an absolute, final, singular event that it bends moral law around its edges and crushes it to oblivion like a black hole. Anyone uninvolved in the mortal struggle at hand can only watch, like we watch the stars, and speculate.

At least, that's my take...


Jacob's Ladder
The Secret of Nimh
The Revenant
Millennium Actress
Office Space


>shrek (but like actually)
>All about Lily Chou Chou
>the holy mountain <-----my favorite film
>One flew over the coo coos nest
>blade runner
>Synecdoche, New York


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Made this while learning to use ffmpeg.


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And that one too.
Tampopo, another Weird Japanese Thing.


mystic river
million dollar baby
wreck-It ralph
karate-robo zaborgar
HK hentai kamen


Enter the Void
12 monkeys
breakfast club
Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind
Faves of the ones mentioned in the first half of thread
* recommended for you to go watch this, now. just thinking about the art is making me salivate.
Now to add a shipload of movies to my watch list.


Really pleased with how some of the people's choices here look like. Most of the time, I feel like people like mostly kind of mediocre, or entry level good movies, but I really enjoy most of the movies mentioned, which makes me happy about people here.

Some favourites that haven't been mentioned:

>Good Will Hunting

A drama about a smart guy who is a janitor at MIT, who gets a psychologist that helps him with... stuff. Not a very fun, but definitely well acted movie that could touch some people here.

>A Beautiful Mind

Movie about John Nash, a (real life) mathematician who accepts a secret work in cryptography, and then everything gets messed up. A very nice psychological movie, and it is also about a smart guy in MIT, which might feel relatable.


A very nice mystery movie, about missing children, and the father (in Hugh Jackmans only performance that I like) tries to get them because police seem to be failing, but then it is hard to get who is right, and it's just a good movie, ok? It is hard to sum it up nicely, so if feelings matter to you, it has a very cold, lonely and somewhat desperate feeling throughout.


2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
Blade Runner (1982)
Enter the Dragon (1973)
The Ninth Configuration (1980)
The Final Programme (1973)
Tough Guys Don't Dance (1987)
Tetsuo, the Iron Man (1989)
Perfect Blue (1997)
Tampopo (1985)
A Grande Arte (1991)
The Keep (1983)
Demons (1985)
The Return of the Living Dead (1985)
Subway (1985)
Repo Man (1984)
The Seventh Seal (1957)
Evil Dead II (1987)
The Duellists (1977)
The Beast of War (1988)
Aliens (1986)
Highlander (1986)
The Man from Hong Kong (1975)
King Boxer (1972)
Escape from New York (1981)
Heavy Traffic (1973)
The Warriors (1979)
Stalker (1979)
Seven Samurai (1954)
Project A-Ko (1986)
Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970)
99 and 44/100% Dead (1974)
Hard Times (1975)
Five Deadly Venoms (1978)
The Streetfighter (1974)
TRON (1982)
The Day of the Jackal (1973)
Mindwalk (1990)


I'm into movies about lonely astronauts
>Love (2011)
>Moon (2009)
>Europa report (2013)
>Gravity (2013)
>Insterstellar (2014)


>Contact (1997)
>Johnny Got His Gun (1971)
>In Time (2011)
If anyone wants a general description of any of these, I can provide.


Where's The Martian?


True, I didn't remember that one.
Anyways, with Matt Damon you know he's gonna start pulling out his super cool main character tricks and everything's gonna be fine eventually, it takes out most of the sadness and loneliness factor that I so much like.

Now that I think of it, these films could be considered cyberpunk, right? The cyber being the space tech and punk because something always fails miserably and stays failed unless Matt Damon.


Tree of Life is my favorite movie

some others i like:
Fight Club
500 Days of Summer
Full Metal Jacket
End of Evangelion
Harry Potter Series
American Psycho
Cloud Atlas
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl


I greatly enjoy the movie Drive.


>In Time (2011)
I have some fairly major issues with the plot of this movie, and I think that very few of the bits are redeemable because of it.The premise and its execution leads to a large amount of questions that make the in-universe explanations seem stupid and contradictory.

I felt like Martian is kind of bland in many ways. I also don't think that the humour is all that good, and while it's intended to create this cool contrast between a dire situation and optimism, I never really got into it. It also doesn't seem to have that much stakes, most of the problems get fixed quickly (in movie time), and there are no real moments of feeling like something could go completely wrong, even for a movie like this.

Drive is really cool. I also really like the song at the end of it.


>Ferris Bueller's Day Off
>Hotarubi no Mori e
>The Last Unicorn
>Mars Attacks
>Lilo and Stitch
>Charlie and the Chocolate Factory(original)
>Charlie and the Chocolate Factory(newer version)
>Pirates of the Caribbean
>Sweeney Todd
>Lone Ranger

>last four are not that great, i just really fucking love johnny

>Tokyo Godfathers

>Tokyo Godfathers

thats all i cant think of




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It's already been mentioned a few times in this thread, but

>All About Lily Chou-Chou

if this film doesn't give you the /feels/ then you were never a teenage shitposter on a early-2000s band fansite.


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>Noisy Requiem
Follows a homeless serial-killer as a deranged Pygmalion and an incestuous teen couple around post-industrial collapse Osaka.

This is easily one of my absolute favourite films but it's a pretty hard sell; hopefully some lains will like it, too.


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>Panic High School

The Japanese high-school shooting film to end all Japanese high-school shooting films. Apparently, it's a remake of an 8mm student film Ishii did the year before, but I've never been able to find a copy of the original.


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On a similar note

The occidental high-school shooting film to end all occidental high-school shooting films.


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An autistic Japanese youth (played by a relatively popular comedian at the time) goes to Tokyo to kill yakuza.


You wouldn't happen to have a torrent for this would you?


"If..." blew my mind. That kid was in a lot of great movies as he got older too or at least mediocre movies where he was still great. Just look him up.

Europa Report didn't strike me as lonely exactly though I guess there is that one scene :(


2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
The Evil Dead (1981)
Demons (1985)
Tampopo (1985)
Seven Samurai (1954)
The Duellists (1977)
Perfect Blue (1997)
Dracula (1992)
Enter the Dragon (1973)
Suspiria (1977)
The Seventh Seal (1957)
Shogun Assassin (1980)
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (1981)
Aliens (1986)
99 and 44/100% Dead (1974)
Escape from New York (1981)
Evil Dead II (1987)
Highlander (1986)
Ninja Scroll (1993)
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)
El topo (1970)
Taxi Driver (1976)
The Holy Mountain (1973)
Tetsuo, the Iron Man (1989)
Subway (1985)
Repo Man (1984)
The Keep (1983)
Phantasm (1979)
Ms .45 (1981)
Deliverance (1972)
Duel (TV Movie 1971)
The Final Programme (1973)
Five Deadly Venoms (1978)
The Ninth Configuration (1980)
Army of Darkness (1992)
The Fifth Element (1997)
Stalker (1979)
The Supergrass (1985)
Planeta bur (1962)
Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky (1991)
Five Fingers of Death (1972)
A Clockwork Orange (1971)
Hard Times (1975)
Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia (1974)
Brazil (1985)
Pixote (1981)
Tough Guys Don't Dance (1987)
Bad Taste (1987)
Withnail & I (1987)
Brain Damage (1988)
Kill Or Be Killed (1976)