7.04.2006

30 Movies

The Last Starfighter
A Christmas Story
The Dark Crystal
A View to a Kill
Tron
Time Bandits

Goonies
Brazil
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
Alien
Halloween
Eraserhead
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me
Blue Velvet
Wild at Heart
Mulholland Drive
The Blood of a Poet
My Own Private Idaho
L'Avventura
Wild Reeds

Safe
The Discrete Charm of the Bourgeousie
The Decameron
Princess Mononoke
Chuck & Buck
Exotica
Flirting with Disaster
The Big Lebowski
The Shining
Breathless

5 comments:

GayProf said...

It's like a window into the sould of Jeremy.

Anonymous said...

I read a Rolling Stone interview with Terry Gilliam back in the late 80s aroudn about when his Erik the Viking opened. Curiously, he mentioned that Time Bandits, Brazil, and The Adventures of Baron Munchausen form a trilogy. How, you ask? They form a triptych exploring the imagination of a youth, a middle-aged man, and an old man.

Chew on that for a spell. :)

tableofcontent said...

Is this a lead up to everything 30 for your birthday?? Because HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

jeremy said...

Prof - Yeah, sorta. And its also about nostalgia and change and crap like that.

Anonymous - I did know that about those Gilliam films!

Erik - Oh! Hey!

Nilla - God my stomach hurts just thinking about it.

Bewareoftheblog said...

Dogville
Gremlins
After Hours
Vertigo
True Stories
Velvet Goldmine
Electric Dreams
The Black Hole
Tron
Showgirls
A Clockwork Orange
Amelie
Easy Rider
To Live and Die in LA
Lawrence of Arabia
The Empire Strikes Back
Roger & Me
Let it Ride
Highlander