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That's a list of my most favorite feature movies. Maybe a list of independent- and shortfilms will follow. But a list of the worst movies I ever had the honor to see will follow for sure! :D That's gonna be fun...
Of course the list is incomplete. At least I tried to order them from the best to the least best, but I gave up on this soon. Nevertheless the first ones at the top of the list can be considered as my all time favorites (till now, at least).
The movies titles are the original ones. If these aren't in english, the proper english title can be found in the brackets, followed by the year of the original release and the name of the director.
Thanks to Styxie and other dA-members for some recommendations :) :heart:
And if YOU have a movie to recommend, don't hesitate to... recommend through a comment!



Best Movies Ever Seen:


Gertrud (1964) by Carl Theodor Dreyer

Lilya 4-Ever (2002) by Lukas Moodysson

The Bourne Identity (2002) by Doug Liman

Faust (1926) by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau

Metropolis (1927) by Fritz Lang

M – Eine Stadt Sucht Einen Mörder (M) (1931) by Fritz Lang

Sky Captain And The World Of Tomorrow (2004) by Kerry Conran

Nostalghia (1983) by Andrej Tarkovsky

Akahige (Red Beard) (1965) by Akira Kurosawa

The Lady Vanishes (1938) by Alfred Hitchcock

Broken Blossoms (1919) by David Lewelyn Wark Griffith

Menschen Am Sonntag (People On Sunday) (1930) by Edgar G. Ulmer & Others

Detour (1945) by Edgar G. Ulmer

A Clockwork Orange (1971) by Stanley Kubrick

Eyes Wide Shut (1999) by Stanley Kubrick

Je Ne Suis Pas Là Pour être Aimé (Not Here to Be Loved) (2005) by Stéphane Brizé

Ghost In The Shell 2: Innocence (2004) by Mamoru Oshii

Oldeuboi (Oldboy) (2003) by Park Chan-wook

The Shawshank Redemption (1994) by Frank Darabont

The Sheik (1921) by George Melford

Fido (2007) by Andrew Curie

The Strange Love Of Martha Ivers (1946) by Lewis Milestone

The Lord Of The Rings Movies by Peter Jackson

Cold Mountain (2003) by Anthony Minghella

Girl, Interrupted (1999) by James Mangold
  • Listening to: me coughing
  • Reading: "Gone with the wind" by Margaret Mitchel
  • Eating: vitamine C pills
  • Drinking: herbal tea
It's summer and everything is fine again. Maybe a bit to fine.
I'm feeling so happy and glad at the moment that I don't have much time or lust to get creative. Isn't full contentedness a kind of state where creativity gets lost? Maybe it's because you have everything you need, or at least think you have. And that means you are in no adversity and have no problems. At least it feels so! Of course it isn't that way.
But don't you need to be in some kind of adversity or have to have problems which really encroach into the deepest depths of yourself, to be able of being creative? It's the same with money. If you havn't much you get creative. That means you find ways to get something you want!
So many great artists were pure wrecks. If speaking of their psychical state. But they fought and lived the life they wanted to live. That deserves respect!
Well I got a bit thoughtfull and sentimental. Hope I did not bored you with my words.
I wish everyone a wonderful summer and much much much CREATIVITY!
  • Listening to: "Blood Like Lemonade" by Morcheeba
  • Reading: Sensual Love
  • Watching: Twilight Eclipse (BUT IT SUCKS)
  • Playing: Full Throttle by LucasArts
  • Eating: Yoghurt gums
  • Drinking: Tap water
Dear watchers and friends!
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I've a problem. My laptop finally left this world. This asshole hopefully died a painful death! After having to replace his broken harddrive once, a broken malfunctioning battery, a demaged display,... he is now not among us anymore...
So it will take SOME time to rescue the data, if this is still possible, and get some money for a new Laptop somehow... Damn!
I won't be able to upload anything in the near future. That does not mean I'm not doing anything. I will paint and draw like before. But maybe I've to find a job for money making, so time will be even more precious.
But I will regularly check messages for your new stuff. So don't hesitate to write something. Probably you just have to wait some time longer for an answer. I'm sorry.
Maybe I'm gonna share my experiences about the time without the PC;)
Hope I will get along somehow...

So what to do?
...
Yeah I know! I'm gonna read more books than before, listen to the radio, read the newspaper, use my free tickets for the theater... and visit the Internetcafé. (There I get FREE COFFEE if I visit often! What a compensation!)