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  1. Az ember tragédiája (The Tragedy of Man) The animated historical-drama animated film from 2011 made by the ever so talented Marcell Jankovics is an underrated treasure which I wish most people watched or knew about more. Based on the play/book of the same name, The characters Adam, Eve and Lucifer explore humanity and the meaning of life through visiting several different eras in history, starting from the creation of the world to the end of time. Each segment has a different visual style to reflect the art of the respective time periods (e.g Egypt having hieroglyphic style). The shear brilliance and philosophy of the film will surely make someone actually think about life more. Besides the philosophy and brilliance of the film, the animation is beautiful in most of the first half, however, it gets choppy during the second half of the film. Other than that, I recommend this amazing film.
  2. I’m not even a male but I immediately regretted searching this movie, clicking and seeing the images. I can’t unsee anything now oof.
  3. Gummo, Cat Soup (2001), and The Annunciation (1984). The Annunciation is probably the weirdest of all 3 for obvious reasons if you’ve watched it. There were some other films I’ve seen that were pretty strange and bizarre but I forgot the names of them.
  4. That would make for one, very interesting film
  5. here’s my list (not in order) 1. Bambi 2.Fantasia 3.Mulan 4.The Great Mouse Detective 5.Cinderella 6.The Jungle Book 7. Peter pan 8. Pinocchio 9. Lady and The Tramp 10. The Little Mermaid
  6. There’s a new movie coming out called “Jojo Rabbit”. Even though it isn’t really an educational film teaching about WW2, it’s entertaining and has a pretty funny portrayal of hitler. if you want an education portrayal, I recommend Downfall
  7. Libeled Lady, Roman Holiday, and (I’m not sure if this counts as a romantic comedy but whatever lol) Love Finds Andy Hardy
  8. 1920’s-Rudolph Valentino 1950’s-Scotty Beckett 1960/1970’s-Patrice Alexsandre 1980/1990’s-Nicholas Rowe 2010’s-James Melville
  9. If you went back in time to see a certain movie which is currently lost, what would it/they be? Here the films I’d love to see: The Varmint (1917) Michael O’Holloran (1948) Murder at Monte Carlo (1935) Convention City (1933) London After Midnight (1927) The Patriot (1928) Chikara to onna no yo no naka (1933)
  10. Napoleon from 1927 along with The Murderer Lives at Number 21 were pretty good.
  11. The Wizard of Oz The Sound of Music Heaven Knows, Mr Allison Guys and Dolls
  12. Sunset Boulevard Rebel Without a Cause These Wilder Years
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