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The Last Ten Movies I Saw

1. Metropolis (Lang)
2. Faraw! (Ascofaré)
3. The Slumber Party Massacre (Jones)
4. Battleship Potemkin (Eisenstein)
5. Sherlock Jr. (Keaton)
6. Sunrise (Murnau)
7. Psycho (Hitchcock)
8. M (Lang)
9. Alien (2003 Director’s Cut) (Scott)
10. Snow White and the Huntsman (Sanders)

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11 responses to “The Last Ten Movies I Saw

  • Kayla

    What did you think of Snow White? I was excited to see Kristen Stewart outside of the Twilight franchise but the movie as a whole was disappointing. It was…I don’t know. Shallow?

    • michaelgloversmith

      Agreed, Kayla. It was beautiful to look at – a real triumph of cinematography and production design – but the script was weak and I thought Stewart made a bland action heroine. In terms of acting chops, Charlize Theron blew her off the screen, which made me want to root for the wicked queen!

      I’m really looking forward to seeing Robert Pattinson in Cosmopolis.

  • david

    I’m interested to know the difference between the theatrical and Director’s Cut version of Alien

  • Patrick Altonaga

    Hey Mr.Smith, do you have a top 10 asian horror films, I really enjoyed The audition and i’ve seen several asian horror movies already but i’m sure you know some spooky or scary or disturbing asian horrors hahaha

    • michaelgloversmith

      Ask and you shall receive! This is off the top of my head and I’m intentionally leaving off Ugetsu and Audition since I know you’ve seen them:

      1. Onibaba (Shindo, Japan, 1964)
      2. Cure (Kurosawa, Japan, 1997)
      3. A Tale of Two Sisters (Kim, S. Korea, 2003)
      4. A Chinese Ghost Story (Ching, Hong Kong, 1987)
      5. Dumplings (Fruit Chan, Hong Kong, 2004)
      6. Going Home (Peter Chan, Hong Kong, 2002)
      7. The Eye (Pang Bros., Hong Kong/Singapore)
      8. Pulse (Kurosawa, Japan, 2001)
      9. The Host (Bong, S. Korea, 2006)
      10. Thirst (Park, S. Korea, 2009)

  • Omar Pineda

    Last Ten Movies I Saw
    1. Howl (Epstein/Friedman)
    2. The Battle of Culloden (Watkins)
    3. Ginger and Fred (Fellini)
    4. The Important thing is to Love (Zuwalski)
    5. Elizabethtown (Crowe)
    6. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Newell)
    7. Stateside (Anselmo)
    8. Street Trash (Muro)
    9. The War of the Roses (Devito)
    10. Magnolia (Anderson)

  • Omar Pineda

    lol =) Who made you watch it?

  • Omar Pineda

    Ha, my girlfriend made me watch it.

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