50 more movies to see before you die

1. I’m a Cyborg, But That’s OK

2. The Fall

3. Ichi the Killer

4. Train Man

5. Whale Rider

6. Tokyo Godfathers

7. Monsoon Wedding

8. Shower

9. Shutter (original)

10. Eat Drink Man Woman

11. The Taste of Tea

12. The Eye 2

13. The Devil’s Backbone

14. Let the Right One In

15. Delicatessen

16. Eraserhead

17. American Splendor

18. Being John Malkovich

19. Requiem for a Dream

20. Once

21. Ravenous

22. Brotherhood of the Wolf

23. The Dinner Game

24. Shaolin Soccer

25. The Triplets of Belleville

26. My Neighbors the Yamadas

27. Bringing Up Baby

28. Citizen Dog

29. Central Station

30. Bug

31. The Fast Runner

32. Grave of the Fireflies

33. The Game

34. Like Water for Chocolate

35. Chocolat

36. Gattaca

37. Pink Floyd: The Wall

38. Smoke Signals

39. Pee-wee’s Big Adventure

40. Asoka

41. Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust

42. Moon

43. Jan Švankmajer’s Alice

44. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

45. Godzilla vs. Biollante

46. Little Nemo

47. Spider Forest

48. Me and You and Everyone We Know

49. Ringu 0

50. Little Otik

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8 thoughts on “50 more movies to see before you die

  1. Great list, Jeremy! Now why am I not the least bit surprised that you’re a Svankmajer fan? I’d have you pegged as a fan of the Brothers Quay animation work, too. Just a guess I’d hazard.

  2. Sheesh, I thought I had a fairly rounded movie list under my belt. I don’t think I’ve seen half of these.
    One I would recommend is ‘Next’ with Nicolas Cage. It’s based on a novel written by Philip K. Dick. The last scene changes the whole movie so you have to pay attention.

  3. You might’ve covered these previously, Jeremy, but a few I’d point to for those who haven’t seen ’em:

    The Reflecting Skin
    Afraid of the Dark
    Jacob’s Ladder
    The Holy Mountain
    El Topo
    Santa Sangre
    Tetsuo the Iron Man
    The Vij
    Oldboy (actually, that whole trilogy is great)
    Martyrs (warning: VERY intense/graphic, but NOT gorno)
    WR: Mysteries of the Organism
    In a Glass Cage (warning: very intense subject matter)
    Any collection of the Brothers Quay animations

    (I loved The Fall, too, BTW!)

  4. BTW, has anyone else seen von Trier’s last one, Antichrist? Very distressing film, but also one you won’t soon forget. Not a great film, but wow … it leaves an impression. Also, recently saw Michael Haneke’s newest one, The White Ribbon, and that stuck with me, too. His movies usually do.

  5. bigwords88

    You didn’t mention Crumb. Technically it’s a documentary, but it ranks up along American Splendor as an insight into a comic genius. The other reason everyone should watch it is for the disturbing revelation about Robert Crumb’s Bugs Bunny fixation.

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