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    I've been given this some serious thought over the last couple of days, and I've come to this conclusion - in no particular order:

    1. Requiem for a Dream
    2. Grave of the Fireflies
    3. Idi i Smotri
    4. Star Wars VI - The Empire Strikes Back
    5. Batman - The Dark Knight

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katadunkass View Post
    3. Idi i Smotri
    What's the movie like? I've read that it's the best WWII movie but just can't get around to watch it. Is it that good?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nangle View Post
    1. Crash
    2. Snatch
    3. Goodfellas
    4. Mysterious Skin
    5. Martyrs
    Just the titles of this list makes it the best for some reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagi View Post
    What's the movie like? I've read that it's the best WWII movie but just can't get around to watch it. Is it that good?
    Well, it's pretty hard to tell actually. You either love this movie or you hate it - mostly because of its style. It is very neutral and dark in colors and tells the story about a young russian kid who joins the Soviet Army and how he changes from this happy, young kid to a soulless machine without feelings. It is without a doubt the most brutal movie I've ever seen and some of the scenes are more haunting than even the scariest horror movies.
    If you watch it and don't like it I definitely won't blame you since it isn't a Hollywood-kind-of movie - there are no huge explosions with a clear hero who saves the day. This is about the fall of a young boy who witnesses the brutality of war and how this changes him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katadunkass View Post
    Well, it's pretty hard to tell actually. You either love this movie or you hate it - mostly because of its style. It is very neutral and dark in colors and tells the story about a young russian kid who joins the Soviet Army and how he changes from this happy, young kid to a soulless machine without feelings. It is without a doubt the most brutal movie I've ever seen and some of the scenes are more haunting than even the scariest horror movies.
    If you watch it and don't like it I definitely won't blame you since it isn't a Hollywood-kind-of movie - there are no huge explosions with a clear hero who saves the day. This is about the fall of a young boy who witnesses the brutality of war and how this changes him.
    That's more than enough to convince me to at least watch it. I've read that it really lets you see the horrors of war. And to be honest, I'm really tired of the same-old plots from the mainstream Hollywood movies.

    From what you wrote, is "Beasts Of No Nation" similar to this? (haven't watched that either but I've seen trailers and your post here)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagi View Post
    That's more than enough to convince me to at least watch it. I've read that it really lets you see the horrors of war. And to be honest, I'm really tired of the same-old plots from the mainstream Hollywood movies.

    From what you wrote, is "Beasts Of No Nation" similar to this? (haven't watched that either but I've seen trailers and your post here)
    There are indeed similarities and I think Beasts is one of the best movies this year because if differs from the regular Hollywood platform. Definitely worth a watch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katadunkass View Post
    Well, it's pretty hard to tell actually. You either love this movie or you hate it - mostly because of its style. It is very neutral and dark in colors and tells the story about a young russian kid who joins the Soviet Army and how he changes from this happy, young kid to a soulless machine without feelings. It is without a doubt the most brutal movie I've ever seen and some of the scenes are more haunting than even the scariest horror movies.
    If you watch it and don't like it I definitely won't blame you since it isn't a Hollywood-kind-of movie - there are no huge explosions with a clear hero who saves the day. This is about the fall of a young boy who witnesses the brutality of war and how this changes him.
    Sounds like a good movie before a party. Get the mood going.
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    Great bump! Looking at my previous top 5 something have definitely changed.

    The top 3 is pretty solidified, but the remaining two could be either 4 or 5. Picking a top 5 is like picking your favourite ice cream though, f*cking hard.

    1. Idi I Smotri (1985)
    2. Fanny and Alexander (The long version, obviously) (1982)
    3. Grave of the Fireflies (1988)
    4. The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928)
    5. Magnolia (1999)

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    A couple of worthy mentions btw:
    There Will Be Blood (2007)
    Persona (1966)

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    The Raid may break into my top 10 now. What a fucking film!

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