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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Wed Apr 27, 2011 9:50 am

unrealbe wrote:
no sure if this has been requested before.
BUT
Keep Up the Lust, E.T.
Its the brazilian ET PORNO.
Quite rare, but we all know where to find it right.
Really? Did E.T. the Porno just perform so fucking well at market that they had to make a Brazilian knock-buster of it?
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Sun May 01, 2011 4:50 pm

As I'm new here, here's some really weird shit from Finland:
As a Japan have movie series like Godzilla, Brittain have James Bond, we finnish people have "Uuno Turhapuro" (Numbskull Abortivebrook for english).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uuno_Turhapuro

Spede Pasanen was director of almost every movie (except last movie, which was made after his death). It's a comedy movie series from Finland, which have 19 titles (oh yeah), four TV series (mostly extended TV series of movie) and unofficial film, which Pasanen commented it to be a mistake and is not part of a movie series canon. Here's list of films:

- Uuno Turhapuro (1973)
- Professori Uuno D.G. Turhapuro (1975)
- Lottovoittaja UKK Turhapuro (1976)
- Häpy Endkö? Eli kuinka Uuno Turhapuro sai niin kauniin ja rikkaan vaimon (1977)
- Rautakauppias Uuno Turhapuro - presidentin vävy (1978)
- Uuno Turhapuron aviokriisi (1981)
- Uuno Turhapuro menettää muistinsa (1982)
- Uuno Turhapuron muisti palailee pätkittäin (1983)
- Uuno Turhapuro armeijan leivissä (1984)
- Uuno Epsanjassa (1985)
- Uuno Turhapuro muuttaa maalle (1986)
- Uuno Turhapuro – kaksoisagentti (1987)
- Tupla-Uuno (1988)
- Uunon huikeat poikamiesvuodet maaseudulla (1990)
- Uuno Turhapuro - herra Helsingin herra (1991)
- Uuno Turhapuro - Suomen tasavallan herra presidentti (1992)
- Uuno Turhapuron poika (1994)
- Johtaja Uuno Turhapuro - pisnismies (1998)
- Uuno Turhapuro – This Is My Life (2004)

The problem of these films are their quality if you watch those movies now. Some jokes and funny momments are somehow foolish, pointless and embarrassing. Even the main character himself is ugly as scarecrow, which have been critized by finnish critics at many times. Those movies supposted to be fun but according to IMDB, it has a different view. Here's example of Tupla-Uuno:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0096318/

Also few of those movies are recent and OK level and I think they supposted to be type of movies "so bad, so it's good" and finnish people liked those movies. But there is some very bad movies such a Johtaja Uuno Turhapuro - pisnismies (1998), which is just too campy even for the 1990s. Also unofficial film "Uuno Turhapuron veli" (Numbskull Abortivebrook's brother) (1994) was also pretty terrible movie.

Here's trailer for Uuno Epsanjassa:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kd2Gqx8YS4g

Also actor of Numbskull Abortivebrook character is Vesa-Matti Loiri, who is known finnish musician and comedian.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vesa-Matti_Loiri

YouTube includes several movies as parts if you want to watch them (without english subtiles). Speaking of subtiles because I don't own those movies, it's not clear if todays DVD releases have english subtiles.
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PostSubject: Week End aka stupid movie that pissed me off in film class   Sun May 15, 2011 10:54 am

The movie that ever since I found out about The Cinema Snob that I've wanted him to snob is this extremely bizarre 1967 film by Jean-Luc Godard (considered a master of the French modernist art film) named Week End. Any self respecting snob has seen this film and many a confused film student. This film, although critically acclaimed, needs to be snobbed because it's incoherent, terribly paced, and just plain weird and uncomfortable. Please, please, PLEASE take a look at this movie. I had to watch this damn movie when I was a first year in England (did the rest of my degree in Canada) and I will never forget it. This is its IMDB page: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0062480/
Oddly enough in this same film class I also watched my first hentai, Urotsukidôji, a film considered so disgusting the owner of a store that carried it had to serve a prison sentence. I had a weird prof.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Mon May 16, 2011 5:03 am

Trikucian wrote:
The movie that ever since I found out about The Cinema Snob that I've wanted him to snob is this extremely bizarre 1967 film by Jean-Luc Godard (considered a master of the French modernist art film) named Week End. Any self respecting snob has seen this film and many a confused film student. This film, although critically acclaimed, needs to be snobbed because it's incoherent, terribly paced, and just plain weird and uncomfortable. Please, please, PLEASE take a look at this movie. I had to watch this damn movie when I was a first year in England (did the rest of my degree in Canada) and I will never forget it. This is its IMDB page: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0062480/
Oddly enough in this same film class I also watched my first hentai, Urotsukidôji, a film considered so disgusting the owner of a store that carried it had to serve a prison sentence. I had a weird prof.
I actually kind of like Week End. It may be terrible, but that's the point. Goddard and the French New Wave was all about utterly destroying the conventions of film. Complaining about a Goddard film (especially Week End) for being weird and uncomfortable would be like complaining that a Troma movie has too much gore and T&A.

Or maybe I'm just a Cinema Snob.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Mon May 16, 2011 6:57 am

Mondo a Go-Go wrote:
Trikucian wrote:
The movie that ever since I found out about The Cinema Snob that I've wanted him to snob is this extremely bizarre 1967 film by Jean-Luc Godard (considered a master of the French modernist art film) named Week End. Any self respecting snob has seen this film and many a confused film student. This film, although critically acclaimed, needs to be snobbed because it's incoherent, terribly paced, and just plain weird and uncomfortable. Please, please, PLEASE take a look at this movie. I had to watch this damn movie when I was a first year in England (did the rest of my degree in Canada) and I will never forget it. This is its IMDB page: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0062480/
Oddly enough in this same film class I also watched my first hentai, Urotsukidôji, a film considered so disgusting the owner of a store that carried it had to serve a prison sentence. I had a weird prof.
I actually kind of like Week End. It may be terrible, but that's the point. Goddard and the French New Wave was all about utterly destroying the conventions of film. Complaining about a Goddard film (especially Week End) for being weird and uncomfortable would be like complaining that a Troma movie has too much gore and T&A.

Or maybe I'm just a Cinema Snob.

I think you are, yes
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Wed May 18, 2011 1:06 am

Frank Rizzo wrote:
Mondo a Go-Go wrote:
Trikucian wrote:
The movie that ever since I found out about The Cinema Snob that I've wanted him to snob is this extremely bizarre 1967 film by Jean-Luc Godard (considered a master of the French modernist art film) named Week End. Any self respecting snob has seen this film and many a confused film student. This film, although critically acclaimed, needs to be snobbed because it's incoherent, terribly paced, and just plain weird and uncomfortable. Please, please, PLEASE take a look at this movie. I had to watch this damn movie when I was a first year in England (did the rest of my degree in Canada) and I will never forget it. This is its IMDB page: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0062480/
Oddly enough in this same film class I also watched my first hentai, Urotsukidôji, a film considered so disgusting the owner of a store that carried it had to serve a prison sentence. I had a weird prof.
I actually kind of like Week End. It may be terrible, but that's the point. Goddard and the French New Wave was all about utterly destroying the conventions of film. Complaining about a Goddard film (especially Week End) for being weird and uncomfortable would be like complaining that a Troma movie has too much gore and T&A.

Or maybe I'm just a Cinema Snob.

I think you are, yes
Alright. It's good to be sure.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Wed May 18, 2011 10:24 am

See this is exactly why Brad needs to do this movie! It would be one of those uber snob videos, like Salo, just less vomiting and more feeling like he smoked too much hash.

PLEASE BRAD! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE WATCH WEEK-END!

You'll regret it, but in the good Cinema Snob way.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Wed May 25, 2011 10:36 pm

The name of that recommendation makes me think a "Friday" reference is needed.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Thu May 26, 2011 9:51 am

My friend and I think it would be great if The Snob reviewed an Australian made movie called "Houseboat Horror"

Which claims to be the first "made for video horror spectacular" Because we all know thats a redeeming feature!
It stars some pretty low grade Australian celebrities if you can call them that anyway.
Along with plenty of crude lines read in our somewhat annoying accent.

When Australians make movies they're generally terrible, so when we make a straight to video slasher flick, well you know thats gotta be good! ...right?

Heres a link to an entertaining old review of the movie:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTVIoHum4w0

A link to the movie itself on Youtube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8NzZsX-twA

And my friend something about being able to download the movie on Cinemageddon or something.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Sat May 28, 2011 7:05 am

I'd like to toss my hat into the pot if I may

"Final Cut" is a 1993 film made by Speant Youth Productions (Speant Youth also serves as an alternate title)

The film stars Chip Flanagan as a wannabe Jerry Seinfield impersonator ametur filmmaker named Lance who decideds to leave home to find himself shortly after his father's death

He records his travels to showcase "the road as it truely is" as he vainly attempts to hitch hike only to sleep on the side of the road next to roadkill

The morning as he saunders into a local cafe with the stench of a skunk lingering all over his body, he makes aquintances with fellow filmmaker named Buck who offers him a ride as well as a part in his documentary of Lance's favorite book

But little by little Lance starts to piece together than Buck isn't all what he seems
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PostSubject: I've checked the past posts so I know this hasn't been suggested before...   Mon May 30, 2011 3:32 am

This is kind of a shocker that no one else has thought to put the film in as a review subject, since The Cinema Snob IS a cinema snob, and so delights in seeking out the most artistic and most pretentious films ever made.

So with that being the case, why doesn't CS review a film that is not only an arty film, and one that has not only been praised for its artistry, its vision and its grandiose air, but also been chastised for its overindulgence, earned a place in every "Worst Movie Ever Made" list since its creation and release, and (here's where you'll figure out which one I mean) ruined an entire movie studio and destroyed countless careers in the process?

Ladies and Snobs, I offer to the altar, the 1980 Western Heaven's Gate. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0080855/combined

I don't think I need to explain the hows and whys it should be on this list, but I do think CS' review of this flick would (and should) be on the level of Caligula, since this is the film that the entire world looks to for not only pretension and failed dreams, but also for visionary beauty and creativity on a grand scale.

The question is: would Snob love it because it's an art snob movie, or would he hate it because it's a bad movie? This may be the episode that makes CS' head explode a la Scanners.

There. My suggestion.

- TGWD
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Mon May 30, 2011 6:05 pm

I think Brad should do a Herschell Gordon Lewis film like 'Blood Feast" or "Two Thousand Maniacs". Lewis made some of the funniest exploitation films I've seen.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Thu Jun 02, 2011 12:31 pm

Mondo a Go-Go wrote:
Trikucian wrote:
The movie that ever since I found out about The Cinema Snob that I've wanted him to snob is this extremely bizarre 1967 film by Jean-Luc Godard (considered a master of the French modernist art film) named Week End. Any self respecting snob has seen this film and many a confused film student. This film, although critically acclaimed, needs to be snobbed because it's incoherent, terribly paced, and just plain weird and uncomfortable. Please, please, PLEASE take a look at this movie. I had to watch this damn movie when I was a first year in England (did the rest of my degree in Canada) and I will never forget it. This is its IMDB page: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0062480/
Oddly enough in this same film class I also watched my first hentai, Urotsukidôji, a film considered so disgusting the owner of a store that carried it had to serve a prison sentence. I had a weird prof.
I actually kind of like Week End. It may be terrible, but that's the point. Goddard and the French New Wave was all about utterly destroying the conventions of film. Complaining about a Goddard film (especially Week End) for being weird and uncomfortable would be like complaining that a Troma movie has too much gore and T&A.

Or maybe I'm just a Cinema Snob.




Week End is my favorite Godard movie. I think it's hilarious. I'd rank Godard along with even Tinto Brass, who's movies are very surreal and unconvential also. Tinto Brass' The Key is on the same level as a Godard or Fellini movie. So is Caligula. And Lloyd Kaufman's Terror Firmer is truly brilliant (but most Troma films are). And I watched SS Girls and thought that was a masterpiece. My two favortie Nazi movies now are SS Girls and The Night Porter, I don't give a crap about critics calling one "exploitation" and the other "art". An effective movie's an effective movie.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Sat Jun 04, 2011 3:53 am

DeadPostman wrote:
Mondo a Go-Go wrote:
Trikucian wrote:
The movie that ever since I found out about The Cinema Snob that I've wanted him to snob is this extremely bizarre 1967 film by Jean-Luc Godard (considered a master of the French modernist art film) named Week End. Any self respecting snob has seen this film and many a confused film student. This film, although critically acclaimed, needs to be snobbed because it's incoherent, terribly paced, and just plain weird and uncomfortable. Please, please, PLEASE take a look at this movie. I had to watch this damn movie when I was a first year in England (did the rest of my degree in Canada) and I will never forget it. This is its IMDB page: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0062480/
Oddly enough in this same film class I also watched my first hentai, Urotsukidôji, a film considered so disgusting the owner of a store that carried it had to serve a prison sentence. I had a weird prof.
I actually kind of like Week End. It may be terrible, but that's the point. Goddard and the French New Wave was all about utterly destroying the conventions of film. Complaining about a Goddard film (especially Week End) for being weird and uncomfortable would be like complaining that a Troma movie has too much gore and T&A.

Or maybe I'm just a Cinema Snob.




Week End is my favorite Godard movie. I think it's hilarious. I'd rank Godard along with even Tinto Brass, who's movies are very surreal and unconvential also. Tinto Brass' The Key is on the same level as a Godard or Fellini movie. So is Caligula. And Lloyd Kaufman's Terror Firmer is truly brilliant (but most Troma films are). And I watched SS Girls and thought that was a masterpiece. My two favortie Nazi movies now are SS Girls and The Night Porter, I don't give a crap about critics calling one "exploitation" and the other "art". An effective movie's an effective movie.
The Godard/Tinto Brass comparison is brilliant. I can see Week End being made by Brass.
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PostSubject: Mr. Freedom   Sat Jun 04, 2011 1:35 pm

I have a movie suggestion
Mr. Freedom (1969)
It's pretty obscure. Here's the only clip I could find on youtube with the proper English audio.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uf8WIlyKu6U
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Thu Jun 09, 2011 7:26 am

Well how about a Bruce Sploitation film. Its been a while since he did one. I actually have a stack of them beside me here.... Lets See... Oh Bruce Le - Superhero (1986) Huge piece of crap... HUGE!
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Fri Jun 10, 2011 12:57 am

Actually ive got another one.
I just watched brad tries Beaver
Roman Polanskis Macbeth
Produced by Playboy
Not a bad idea since brad did do caligula
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Fri Jun 10, 2011 2:21 am

JJBattle wrote:
I have a movie suggestion
Mr. Freedom (1969)
It's pretty obscure. Here's the only clip I could find on youtube with the proper English audio.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uf8WIlyKu6U


I've heard of "Mr. Freedom". It was directed by the famous '60s photographer William Klein. It's available in a collection of three of his films from the Criterion Collection in the Eclipse series. I think the Cinema Snob would automatically like any movie put out by Criterion (even though they do put out some old B sci-fi movies).
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Sat Jun 11, 2011 12:29 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Sat Jun 18, 2011 12:58 pm

Bloody Birthday (1981)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0082084/



Watched this last night. I totally think it would make a great Snob review. Unfortunate for the poor state of the movie trailer on YouTube, but oh well. It gets the point across Very Happy
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PostSubject: Warbirds 1989   Sun Jun 26, 2011 3:22 am

I surgest this 1989-movie, warbirds:


Pure TOP-GUN-SPLOITATION.

Its a total ripoff of top gun. And its so poor that it´s good. Just look at the imdb reviews:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0096417/

But if Brad wants the movie then ive got it. And i am willing to contribute a digital copy.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Sun Jun 26, 2011 7:16 am

Cannibal Terror (1981) is a real gem.



A group of gangsters kidnap a car baron's daughter and flee the country. They end up near the jungle, which is home to a tribe of cannibals with perfectly-coiffed 70s hair. Rape with someone who'd totally have consensual sex with her rapist, terrible dubbing, and some very manic, mondo-esque camera angles ensue. I actually love it for it's being so crazy that it covers almost every exploitation trick in the book, and feeling a lot like a Bruno Mattei movie at parts. One great scene has the father of the rape victim seem like was going to shoot the rapist, but at the last second put down the gun and whistled to the cannibals to come eat him.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Sun Jun 26, 2011 2:05 pm

I suggest The Young And The Wrestling. Don't see how you could go wrong watching a pro-wrestling porno...
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Wed Jul 06, 2011 2:56 am

I'd like to suggest a little J-horror flick called Sweet Home. The movie came out the same year (1989) as the NES game. The game itself was never released outside of Japan but it has been fan translated as a ROM. Sweet Home is remembered chiefly because it was the first game of it's kind, likewise it was the direct inspiration for the first Resident Evil game.

Sweet Home the movie is... okay. Some of the effects will make you laugh out loud, as it did with a friend of mine and I when we watched it. I've never seen it on a DVD release but I do have a version with hardcoded subs still from back when I torrented it years ago. You can also watch the whole thing on Youtube.

There are a ton of old j-horror films I would recommend as well.
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PostSubject: Re: Official movie suggestion thread   Wed Jul 06, 2011 11:44 am

MTRodaba2468 wrote:
I suggest The Young And The Wrestling. Don't see how you could go wrong watching a pro-wrestling porno...

i could see 5 good reasons...
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