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The Last Ten Movies I Saw

1. JSA: Joint Security Area (Park)
2. Out of the Past (Tourneur)
3. Troell’s Magic Mirror (Danielsson)
4. Like Someone in Love (Kiarostami)
5. Everlasting Moments (Troell)
6. Deep Cover (Duke)
7. Holy Motors (Carax)
8. Something in the Air (Assayas)
9. The Slumber Party Massacre (Jones)
10. The New Land (Troell)

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About michaelgloversmith

Filmmaker, author and Film Studies instructor. View all posts by michaelgloversmith

6 responses to “The Last Ten Movies I Saw

  • Mitchell

    Hi Michael,

    I saw JSA a few years back when I was exploring Korean films. We had a now-defunct channel on our cable called AZN TV. They often featured Korean films – which were usually great and Korean soap operas – which were ridiculous but fun. One of the films we saw on AZN was ‘Three Iron’ which I believe is called something like ‘Empty Houses’ in Korean. Very interesting. I also recommend the film ‘The Brotherhood of War’ (Tae Guk Ki in Korean) – excellent.

    Also, I have moved my blog over to WordPress and would be honored if you would follow it: thediscreetbourgeois.wordpress.com. My first new post there is a ‘The Last 10 Films I’ve Seen’ which I totally confess to stealing from you as well as giving a recommendation that everyone check out White City Cinema.

    • michaelgloversmith

      It’s funny you should mention 3-Iron. I just showed JSA in a class focusing on S. Korean cinema and I’ll be showing 3-Iron soon in the very same class.
      Thanks for the shout out on your new blog. I’m now following it.

  • david

    Can’t wait to see your reviews of Like Someone in Love and Holy Motors.

  • Scott G

    Michael, I’ve been looking for a DVD to rent of “Deep Cover” for some time now…how did you manage to see it?

    • michaelgloversmith

      Scott, I rented Deep Cover from netflix in order to show it in a “World of Cinema” class at Harold Washington College (the subject was neo-noir) but you can buy used copies on amazon for less than $2. It’s a great movie and worth a blind buy.

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