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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by trxx, Dec 8, 2019.
Memento was a good one. As was Reservoir Dogs (and pulp fiction).
Seen it (long ago), but I wouldn't mind revisiting it.
A couple of movies about Charles Bukowski.
Apparently there are more these days. I will have to check them out at some point.
So delightfully dark.
Being John Malkovich
Both are independent classics.
Blues Hammer is in the movie "Ghost World," a film I love.
"Ghost World" also has a scene in which the lead character watches this Bollywood dance number on TV.
Trivia Note: "Ghost World" star Thora Birch is the daughter of adult film actors whose credits include "Deep Throat."
Ghost World makes me think of these movies, for whatever reasons.
Benny and Joon
What's Eating Gilbert Grape
Bug was a good watch. Pretty dark. Beware light-hearters.
"Ghost World" was shot in Los Angeles and probably set in Los Angeles, but for some reason it makes me think of Sacramento and the type of alterna-hipsters you'd find up there. (My grandparents lived in Sacramento and the family still owns their house, so I've spent a lot of time there.)
Revolutionary Road was an awesome slow burn.
Makes me think of, Burn After Reading.
Lots of my favorites listed here already, along with many great suggestions.
Here are a few others, with unusual subject matter, that I have enjoyed:
Black Cat, White Cat
Zuckerbaby (aka Sugarbaby)
Dirty Pretty Things
Bob Roberts is a political film that is quite resonant.
Glad to see The Bed Sitting Room and Pink Flamingos in the list.
I would add Harold and Maude, probably my favourite film.
I was an extra in BMcC. I think I got something like $30 for being in a scene at Herman Park Zoo.
Gates of Heaven.
Another great movie. Some would argue it's Brad Pitt's finest work.
If you've not seen it ... Try ...
Surely available on all platforms?
Btw as unconventional was the theme ... What about that horny cat from the 70s, cannot recall the name and hesitate to search "horny cat" on Google
"Night of the Hunter" starring Robert Mitchum is really weird in the way it is filmed, and Mitchum's character is so creepy that you actually fear him.