The Last Ten Movies I Saw

1. Stromboli (Rossellini)
2. People Places Things (Strouse)
3. Inspector Lavardin (Chabrol)
4. The Color of Lies (Chabrol)
5. Here is Your Life (Troell)
6. Journey to Italy (Rossellini)
7. The Machine That Kills Bad People (Rossellini)
8. Black Magic (Ratoff/Welles)
9. Pet Sematary (Lambert)
10. Nightcap (Chabrol)


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3 responses to “The Last Ten Movies I Saw

  • Mitchell

    I saw The Machine That Kills Bad People a few years ago when TCM did one of their month-long Friday Night Spotlights on Rossellini. What an unexpected delight that movie is. See? Neo-realism can have a sense of humor. I love the title in Italian: La macchina ammazzacattivi

    • michaelgloversmith

      Yeah! I had never seen it before and was really surprised at how hilarious it was. I think it’s a pretty fascinating indication of a road he might’ve taken but didn’t after the Neorealist films but before the great melodramas with Bergman.

  • Jeremy Loeschner

    A very solid film worth seeing. The Last Time I saw ParisReviewed by Dan CooperThis film was made in 1954, and by virtue of its age it becomes an easy target for those who would use it as a vehicle to pump up their own egos with a verbal bashing that will likely go unchallenged.

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