Δευτέρα, 16 Ιανουαρίου 2012

Best films of the 90's by Martin Scorsese

1. Horse Thief
2. The Thin Red Line
3. A Borrowed Life
4. Eyes Wide Shut
5. Bad Lieutenant
6. Breaking the Waves
7. Bottle Rocket
8. Crash
9. Fargo
10. Malcolm X & Heat (ισοπαλία)

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mpoukatsas είπε...

Οι επιλογές του Marty με σχόλια:
Number 10 -- is a tie between two modern American epics. The first is Spike Lee's "Malcolm X," a biography of one of our most daring political leaders, the second: Michael Mann's "Heat," a thrilling crime drama by one of the finest filmmakers in America, with a brilliantly cold, minimal look and great performances by Bob DeNiro and Al Pacino.

Number 9 -- the Coen brothers' "Fargo."

Number 8 -- David Cronenberg's "Crash (1997)." Genuinely erotic, but also profoundly disturbing, beautifully controlled, and completely unconventional.

Number 7 -- Wes Anderson's "Bottle Rocket." I love the people in this film, who are genuinely innocent, more than even they know.

Number 6 -- Lars von Trier's "Breaking the Waves," a genuinely spiritual movie that asks what is love and what is compassion?

Number 5 -- Abel Ferrara's "Bad Lieutenant," starring my old friend and collaborator Harvey Keitel. He's always taken risks as an actor, and in the '90s, in this film in particular, he really reached his prime.

Number 4 -- Stanley Kubrick's "Eyes Wide Shut."

Number 3 -- Wu Nien-jen's "A Borrowed Life."

Number 2--"The Thin Red Line," by Terrence Malick.

And my Number 1 film of the decade -- even though it was made in the late '80s -- Tian Zhuangzhuang's "Horse Thief."

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