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Life Changing Films

Mind blowing films I have watched that have changed my life (and films I intend to watch soonish)
1Enter The Void

Quite famous for it's Kanye inspiring title card sequence, this is neon drenched and a visual headfuck. Its likely to give you headache the first time you watch it but watch it over and over and you will see something great!
2Persona

Just the greatest film ever IMO. The two leads are possibly the greatest performances ever on screen.
3Metropolis

I have no idea how Fritz Lang did what he did in 1926, utterly unbelievable.
4Paris, Texas

Your eyes are drawn to the screen for every second of Wim Wenders' Tour de Force. The use of colours are a true thing of beauty and the first half hour in particular has a jawdropping backdrop. Essential.
5Martyrs

I have never seen a film this harrowing and terrifying. Possibly the best horror film ever made. No need for pointless slashing every two minutes a la Friday the 13th. A true piece of sadistic genius.
62001: A Space Odyssey

That last 30 minutes. Just wow! Watch This Now!
7Memento

Who can honestly say that they understood this fully the first time they viewed it. I still think this is Nolan's best film by an absolute country mile!
8City of God

One of the first foreign films I watched (along with Besson's Subway) I just enjoy this film so much every time it is on TV I watch it even though I have it on DVD. One of the best films of the last 15 years and a good place to start if you are not too fond of subtitles but are intruiged... or something...
9Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives

Have not seen this yet but from reading peoples opinions I am expecting something magical and life changing. Anyone seen this who can offer an insight?
10The Kid With A Bike

Not seen this yet either but high on my list of films I want to see. My first forray into the Dardenne Brothers catalogue so I'm hoping I enjoy it.
11Festen

The best Dogme film period.
12Short Cuts

Better than Nashville and just better than the player. My first Altman film, helped me understand how to write characters for projects later in my college course.
13John Cassavettes

A lot of his work is being rereleased and just wondering where to start? Advice would be appreciated!
14Akira

Hated this first time round but watched it twice since then and really got me into animated films from Japan.
15Chinatown

I have no idea why this is so good, it is just so easy to watch.
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