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Tuesday, October 15, 2013

15 Movies You Must See Before You Die. Part 3 (5-1)

Part 3 (5-1)

Welcome to Part 3!!! This is my list of 15 Movies You Must See Before You Die!!! These are some of my favorite movies... ones that changed the way I feel about movies or made a huge impact on me. Have you seen any of these movies? Would you make any changes? What would your list be?

If you haven't seen Part 1 read it Here

If you haven't seen Part 2 read it Here


5. Pan's Labyrinth (El Laberinto del Fauno) (2006) 





Pan's Labyrinth is a visual delight. but is way more than eye candy! Guillermo del Toro has a deep understanding of childlike imagination and wonder. This is not a family friendly movie; some of the scenes are intensely terrifying. Half this movie takes place in post-Civil War Spain; while the other halfs takes place withing a little girls nightmarish Dream world. Soon her nightmares become a far better place than her brutal reality.

Buy on DVD now!


4. A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors  (1987) 



Dream Warriors is my favorite and probably the best of the Elm Street movies. Freddy developed his campy dark humour is this entry.the special effects are insane and perfectly over the top. this is hands-down the best slasher movie o the late 80's. if youy haven't seen it yet you're missing out!!

Dokken did the theme song, how freaking awesome is that?


Watch it here!


Buy on DVD here!

3. Inception (2010) 



Everyone is praising Christopher Nolan for his re-imaging of Batman in the Dark Knight trilogy. I think he did and great job with Batman but the movies he made in-between the Dark Knight films are truly amazing visual masterpieces. Inception is story of dreams and the reality of said dreams. Leonardo DiCaprio plys our hero and leader of a misfit band of "Dream Jumpers"; who try to con business men out of their secrets by creating a "dream with a dream"world. How deep into the dreamworld can one go? if you go too deep within the rabbit hole will you ever be able to return? 

Buy on DVD here!


2.  Donnie Darko (2001) 



Donnie Darko is like a Back Assward version of 'It's a Wonderful Life'. Out Hero has an evil bunny as his "guardian angel". Donnie was a brooding emo kid long before emo was cool. I can't say too much more without giving away the mystery of this wonderful movie.
You will notice something new on each repeated viewing, the Directors Cut is a little les ambiguous as they cut out some vital scenes in the theatrical release. Watch the theatrical cut first if you haven't seen it yet. 

But on DVD here!


1. Brotherhood of the Wolf (Le Pacte des loups) (2001) 



Brotherhood of the Wolf is a french  werewolf horror movie set in Revolutionary Period France .Probably mty favorite movie ever!!! Brotherhood of the Wolf is a mix-match of several genres but it works surprisingly well. they even throw in a martial arts fighting native american!!! say what? I wasn't expecting much on my first viewing but this movie blew me away! There is everything you want and more.. but its doesn't lack in story. you actually feel for and care about the characters. Brotherhood of the Wolf is a eye popping visual treat. 



The American version of this movie is a butchered badly dubbed mess. I would recommend that you seek out the directors cut, which you can buy here.







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