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Thread: The AW Film Canon - 1976

  1. #521
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    My top 10:

    Taxi driver
    The Innocent
    Monsieur Klein
    Network
    The Marquise of O
    1900
    Sebastiane (Jarman)
    Crow Cuervos
    Duelle
    Small Change

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    What a lovely list (even if I am quite meh on Network)! And the year was truly otherworldly amazing, it was a pity I had to put so many films outside of my top ten.

    Quote Originally Posted by CINNAMON View Post
    Down to the wire and bumping these 2 FYC's from MorganaleFey. A respectable placement of these two films would be divine.


    Quote Originally Posted by lazarus View Post
    Sent. I'm bummed I didn't get a chance to see Mr. Klein; I had a download on a hard drive somewhere and couldn't find it. Also had no luck locating The Judge and the Assassin or The Inheritance.

    But 3 of the new films I saw did make my list so thanks to everyone for all the suggestions.

    for both Scenes From A Parallel Life/Les Filles du Feu films!
    Laz you should have asked me those, I have them in my drive. Oh well, a missed opportunity.

    My list:

    1. The Marquise of O (Éric Rohmer)
    2. The Disenchantment (Jaime Chávarri)
    3. Who Can Kill a Child? (Narciso Ibáñez Serrador)
    4. Goldflocken (Werner Schroeter)
    5. Mr. Klein (Joseph Losey)
    6. The Inheritance (Mauro Bolognini)
    7. The Judge and the Assassin (Bertrand Tavernier)
    8. The Innocent (Luchino Visconti)
    9. Cría Cuervos (Carlos Saura)
    10. Le Berceau de Cristal (Philippe Garrel)
    11. Goodnight, Ladies and Gentlemen (Luigi Comencini, Ettore Scola, Mario Monicelli and others legends)
    12. Death Rite (Claude Chabrol)
    13. Small Change (François Truffaut)
    14. Face to Face (Ingmar Bergman)
    15. Coup de Grâce (Volker Schlöndorff)
    16. Kings of the Road (Wim Wenders)
    17. The Fifth Seal (Zoltán Fábri)
    18. Duelle (Jacques Rivette)
    19. Sebastiane (Derek Jarman)
    20. Canoa: A Shameful Memory (Felipe Cazals)
    21. The House with Laughing Windows (Pupi Avati)
    22. Salon Kitty (Tinto Brass)
    23. Carrie (Brian De Palma)
    24. Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull's History Lesson (Robert Altman)
    25. The Scar (Krzysztof Kieślowski)
    26. Fellini's Casanova (Federico Fellini)
    27. A Queda (Ruy Guerra and Nelson Xavier)
    28. The Twist (Claude Chabrol)
    29. Family Plot (Alfred Hitchcock)
    30. Taxi Driver (Martin Scorsese)
    31. I Only Want You to Love Me (Rainer Werner Fassbinder)
    32. Noroît (Jacques Rivette)
    33. The Man Who Fell to Earth (Nicolas Roeg)
    34. Harlan County U.S.A. (Barbara Kopple)
    35. Ugly, Dirty and Bad (Ettore Scola)
    36. The Battle of Chile – Part II (Patricio Guzmán)
    37. The Middleman (Satyajit Ray)
    38. Utopia: The Scattered Body and the World Upside Down (Raúl Ruiz)
    39. Assault on Precinct 13 (John Carpenter)
    40. A Wedding Suit (Abbas Kiarostami)
    41. The Inugamis (Kon Ichikawa)
    42. Slate (Krzysztof Kieślowski)
    43. Heart of Glass (Werner Herzog)
    44. Lost, Lost, Lost (Jonas Mekas)
    45. The Little Mermaid (Karel Kachyňa)
    46. Bala (Satyajit Ray)
    47. Son Nom de Venise dans Calcutta Déser (Marguerite Duras)
    48. Insiang (Lino Brocka)
    49. Chinese Roulette (Rainer Werner Fassbinder)
    50. A Real Young Girl (Catherine Breillat)
    51. Nickelodeon (Peter Bogdanovich)
    52. Independence (John Huston)
    53. Gerald’s Film (Derek Jarman)
    54. The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (John Cassavetes)
    55. In the Realm of the Senses (Nagisa Ōshima)
    56. Murder by Death (Robert Moore)
    57. 1900 (Bernardo Bertolucci)
    58. The Last Tycoon (Elia Kazan)
    59. The Dance of the Damned Women (Ingmar Bergman)
    60. The Witch Who Came from the Sea (Matt Cimber)
    61. Next Stop, Greenwich Village (Paul Mazursky)
    62. Nuts in May (Mike Leigh)
    63. Dear Phone (Peter Greenaway)
    64. Foxtrot (Arturo Ripstein)
    65. Children (Terence Davies)
    66. The Pleasure of Love in Iran (Agnès Varda)
    67. Police Python 357 (Alain Corneau)
    68. Obsession (Brian De Palma)
    69. The Last Woman (Marco Ferreri)
    70. Mado (Claude Sautet)
    71. Bugsy Malone (Alan Parker)
    72. Maîtresse (Barbet Schroeder)
    73. Daguerréotypes (Agnès Varda)
    74. C’était Un Rendez-Vous (Claude Lellouch)
    75. Schizo (Pete Walker)
    76. Mikey and Nicky (Elaine May)
    77. The Missouri Breaks (Arthur Penn)
    78. Satan’s Brew (Rainer Werner Fassbinder)
    79. Robin and Marian (Richard Lester)
    80. A Matter of Time (Vincente Minnelli)
    81. Fill ’er Up with Super (Alain Cavalier)
    82. Three Paths to the Lake (Michael Haneke)
    83. The Outlaw Josey Wales (Clint Eastwood)
    84. Logan’s Run (Michael Anderson)
    85. The Little Mermaid (Vladimir Bychkov)
    86. The Tenant (Roman Polanski)
    87. Network (Sidney Lumet)
    88. Island of Death (Nico Mastorakis)
    89. Welcome to L.A. (Alan Rudolph)
    90. The Blue Bird (George Cukor)
    91. That’s Entertainment, Part II (Gene Kelly)
    92. High Rollers (Sergio Corbucci)
    93. 1-100 (Peter Greenaway)
    94. No One Will Play with Me (Werner Herzog)
    95. The Lie Chair (David Cronenberg)
    96. All the President’s Men (Alan J. Pakula)
    97. Silent Movie (Mel Brooks)
    98. The Twelve Tasks of Asterix (René Goscinny, Albert Uderzo, Pierre Watrin and Henri Gruel)
    99. Leo es Pardo (Iván Zulueta)
    100. The Good and the Bad (Claude Lelouch)
    101. House of Mortal Sin (Pete Walker)
    102. The Last Supper (Tomás Gutiérrez Alea)
    103. Voyage of the Damned (Stuart Rosenberg)
    104. Eaten Alive (Tobe Hooper)
    105. Illustrious Corpses (Francesco Rosi)
    106. Bound for Glory (Hal Ashby)
    107. The Omen (Richard Donner)
    108. Marathon Man (John Schlesinger)
    109. The Memory of Justice (Marcel Ophüls)
    110. Smokes and Lollies (Gillian Armstrong)
    111. To Die… To Sleep… Perchance to Dream (Manuel Mur Oti)
    112. Six fois deux/Sur et sous la communication (Jean-Luc Godard and Anne-Marie Miéville)
    113. My Sister in Law (Lucio Fulci)
    114. Little Marcel (Jacques Fansten)
    115. Here and Elsewhere (Jean-Luc Godard, Anne-Marie Miéville and Jean-Pierre Gorin)
    116. Rocky (John G. Avildsen)
    117. The Town That Dreaded Sundown (Charles B. Pierce)
    118. Master of the Flying Guillotine (Jimmy Wang Yu)
    119. Squirm (Jeff Lieberman)
    120. The Front (Martin Ritt)
    121. Dona flor e seus dois maridos (Bruno Barreto)
    122. Comment ça va? (Jean-Luc Godard and Anne-Marie Miéville)
    123. A Slave of Love (Nikita Mikhalkov)
    124. The Big Racket (Enzo G. Castellari)
    125. The Girl Chewing Gum (John Smith)
    126. Mindscape (Jacques Drouin)
    127. Barocco (André Téchiné)
    128. The Best Way to Walk (Claude Miller)
    129. Volcano: An Inquiry into the Life and Death of Malcolm Lowry (Donald Brittain and John Kramer)
    130. Voyage to the Edge of the World (Jacques-Yves Cousteau)
    131. The Pink Panther Strikes Again (Blake Edwards)
    132. Silver Streak (Arthur Hiller)
    133. The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (Nicolas Gessner)
    134. Anatomy of a Relationship (Luc Moullet and Antonietta Pizzorno)
    135. I Am Self-Sufficient (Nanni Moretti)
    136. Sybil (Daniel Petrie)
    137. The Song Remains the Same (Peter Clifton and Joe Massot)
    138. A Child in the Crowd (Gérard Blain)
    139. A Woman at Her Window (Pierre Granier-Deferre)
    140. Freaky Friday (Gary Nelson)
    141. The Margin (Walerian Borowczyk)
    142. Alice Sweet Alice (Alfred Sole)
    143. I, Claudius
    144. The Enforcer (James Fargo)
    145. A Star Is Born (Frank Pierson)
    146. The Toy (Francis Veber)
    147. Dojoji Temple (Kihachiro Kawamoto)
    148. Sweet Revenge (Jerry Schatzberg)
    149. Futureworld (Richard T. Heffron)
    150. The Eagle Has Landed (John Sturges)
    151. To the Devil a Daughter (Peter Sykes)
    152. Doctor Francoise Gailland (Jean-Louis Bertucelli)
    153. The Shootist (Don Siegel)
    154. The Fall (Ruy Guerra and Nelson Xavier)
    155. Burnt Offerings (Dan Curtis)
    156. Car Wash (Michael Schultz)
    157. Hollywood Boulevard (Allan Arkush and Joe Dante)
    158. The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (Herbert Ross)
    159. The Bad News Bears (Michael Ritchie)
    160. King Kong (John Guillermin)
    161. Je t’aime moi non plus (Serge Gainsbourg)
    #Huppert2020

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    Quote Originally Posted by lazarus View Post
    Damn I wish someone had FYCed this, totally overlooked it this year. Really underrated film, might have made my list.
    A year after Penn made one of the great American films of the 70's with Night Moves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MorganaleFey View Post
    159. The Bad News Bears (Michael Ritchie)
    LMAO Morgana!! Pingy is going to kill you!
    Canon 1975, watched so far:
    01. Trilogy of terror 02. Love and death 03. The lost honor of Katharina Blum 04. Under the blossoming cherry trees

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jali View Post
    LMAO Morgana!! Pingy is going to kill you!
    Some people just can't recognize a masterful Vietnam War allegory when they see it...
    FYC:
    ~1975 Canon~

    Tommy

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    Lmao
    #Huppert2020

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pingy View Post
    Some people just can't recognize a masterful Vietnam War allegory when they see it...
    The Bad News Bears is an excellent movie. The scene that stays with me is a Father striking his son. The inability to comprehend these are children playing a children's game, the belief that even games at that level are of massive importance, and the desire to force children to live by codes (while ignoring that the adults are responsible for the arrogance and bullying that their own children are taking part in) are taken to task. The importance is not winning. It is kids retaining their individuality in the team framework and not being corrupted by macho rituals. So it is important that the star pitcher is a girl just as the Mom's confrontation of the Father who hit his child is critical. The rejection of the sport as a boy's game (and this was a time when girls weren't playing little league) and the women repudiating the man's treatment of the child. Meanwhile that Matthau's character rejects the impulse to just win and instead gives the benchwarmers a chance to play is more impactful because they lose. The overall message works very much for me - don't force your child to be what you think the child must be to fit the established codes of society.

    Matthau and Morrow are superb. O'Neal and Haley, as the rebel, are delights. Also Tanner is quite funny.

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    My 10
    1. Carrie
    2. In the Realm of the Senses
    3. Obsession
    4. Taxi Driver
    5. Network
    6. Logan's Run
    7. The Tenant
    8. Casanova
    9. Sebastianne
    10. Assault on Precint 13

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