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  1. Well I can see we all love some noir as it is hard for everyone to pick just ten! As I read each post I couldn't help but think "dang I left that out as well?!".
  2. Don't get annoyed but u might do one of these threads on the other genre boards. I love seeing what people pick and its fun curating your own list. 1.The Big Combo (1955)* 2.Kiss Me Deadly (1955)* 3.The Maltese Falcon (1941)* 4.Out of the Past (1947)* 5.Murder My Sweet (1944)* 6.Dead Reckoning (1947) 7.Kansas City Confidential(1952) 8.Born To Kill (1947) 9.D.O.A. (1950) 10.Raw Deal (1948) The ones with astriks are permanent where as the other ones could get swapped for other favorites like Criss Cross(1949) T-Men(1947) Laura(1944) Gilda (1946) Nightmare Alley(1947) The Strang
  3. I don't know how long the new silent Sunday opener has been in place but it doesn't fit. The last one fit the perfect haunting beauty of the previous start. It really painted a picture of the beauty of silent films at their best. Unfortunately the new in seems like any random first year design project. I know it's a small thing but it used to set the mood wonderfully.
  4. My tip ten foreign films in no particular order. I could list a million but these few are near and dear. Listing foreign animation could be its own list. It seems I've seen more French and Hapanese films than anywhere else with Italy and Germany coming after. If you don't mind newer films the Greek film Kynodontas is mind blowing and the Kazakh film Tulpan is a very sweat film indeed. La R?gle du jeu - Rules of the Game (1939) France Touch? Pas Au Grisbi -Hands Off the Loot (1954) France Oldboy (2003) South Korea Les Yeux Sans Visage -Eyes Without A Face (1960) France Pigs and Battlesh
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