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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by trxx, Dec 8, 2019.
I agree with all of that.
Too bad there isn't a streaming service that serves all these sorts of movies. Every service I have tried has been a big letdown so far.
performance starring mick jagger
the man who fell to earth starring David bowie
hitch hikers guide to the galaxy
+1 on Primer -- super smart sci-fi. I'd also strongly recommend Shane Carruth's follow up Upstream Color.
Some other unconventional sci-fi movies are Pi, Darren Aronovsky's first movie, and Under the Skin.
Le Dernier Combat
The City of Lost Children
Totally agree on all accounts.
Todd Solondz has a great sense of humor, albeit a dark one. His stuff makes me smile.
I think I haven't seen any of Guy Maddin's stuff. Looks interesting though.
Art School Confidential
Heathers (watch it again, that movie would never get made today, nobody would touch it with a ten foot pole)
Dream A Little Dream
The One I Love
The Little Hours (****ing hilarious)
The Room / The Disaster Artist
Hot Tub Time Machine
Singles (**** up, I liked it)
Enjoyed the movie Francis Ha.
Pulp Fiction is available on NetFlix and I watched it for the first time since '95 or so. A blast from the past and still interesting.
Being John Malkovich was pretty unconventional.
House of Sand and Fog - very dark story
Maps to the Stars - really kinky story of hollywood movie stars
Anything by Aki Kaurismaki.
A legend and rightfully so.
My Life's in Turnaround
Maps to the Stars (per zimbo)
Thank You for Smoking
Just scanned thru this thread and most of my favorite quirky movies have already been suggested. So add my vote for previously mentioned:
I don't remember if anyone said Mullholand Drive, it's great
An older movie I really like is K-Pax
A recent movie I just watched and loved is Happytime Murders
Pret a Porter (a delicious send up if the fashion world, cutting and cynical and years before Zoolander)
Mulholland Drive and Happytime Murders are both great.
8mm (there, I said it)