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HEAD (1968) directed by Bob Rafelson. Another one of my all time favorites. Head is, on the surface, a nonsensical acid trip, but underneath it was really a way for the Monkees to satirize and break free from their “manufactured image”.
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Blade Runner (1982) [U.S. Theatrical Version] directed by Ridley Scott.
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3 Women (1977) directed by Robert Altman. A very strange but hypnotizing film about double identities and switched personalities. It also features strange paintings throughout which seem to correspond to the story.
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20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954) directed by Richard Fleischer. Definitely the best live action movie ever made by Disney. It was the movie that got me into movies and has always been one of my all time favorites.
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Dark of the Sun (1968) is an excellent, cult action film from director Jack Cardiff. It’s pretty brutal, even by today’s standards, but it has an extra (unexpected) depth to it that a lot of action films today don’t. Also, Quentin Tarantino used the opening title music in Inglorious Basterds (2009).
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