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The Last Ten Movies I Saw

1. A Separation (Farhadi)
2. The General (Keaton)
3. Some Came Running (Minnelli)
4. The Artist (Hazanavicius)
5. City Lights (Chaplin)
6. M (Lang)
7. Someone’s Watching Me! (Carpenter)
8. Save the Green Planet (Jang)
9. Starman (Carpenter)
10. The Trial of Joan of Arc (Bresson)

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About michaelgloversmith

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8 responses to “The Last Ten Movies I Saw

  • david

    A Separation,any dvd release yet?
    You watch The General ,City Lights, M for the first time or just some re-watches?

  • michaelgloversmith

    I saw A Separation, which is sure to make my Ten Best of 2012 list, in the theater here in Chicago. The U.K. distributor has already released a blu-ray but I haven’t seen it yet.

    The General, City Lights and M are all films I’ve seen many times. I recently showed them all in different Intro to Film classes.

  • Zach

    I’ve noticed how much you like movies. But are there any TV shows in particular you enjoy?

  • michaelgloversmith

    Zach, pretty much all of the time I spend consuming audio-visual entertainment is sucked up by the movies.

    Did you take down your Magnolia review?

  • Zach

    Yeah. When I looked back at it, I thought it wasn’t very well written. I rushed into writing it and since it didn’t come out so well, I figured people wouldn’t want to look at the blog because of it, so now I spend much more time writing and detailing my reviews. I’ll probably put it back up at some point when I’ve had the chance to rewrite it. I do have one television review up, and am currently working on another film one.

  • Omar Pineda

    Last Ten Movies I Saw
    1. Trees Lounge (Buscemi)
    2. The Crying Game (Jordan)
    3. Thelma and Louise (Scott)
    4. The Men Who Stare at Goats (Heslov)
    5. Factotum (Hamer)
    6. Children of A Lesser God (Haines)
    7. The Girlfriend Experience (Soderbergh)
    8. The Piano (Campion)
    9. Metropolitan (Stillman)
    10. The Devil’s Playground (Schepisi)

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