I had Supersize me on my list, and then removed it. I shall put it back on.vieoray said:im getting fed up with netflix. theres a big article about it online, but i couldnt be bothered to search for it right now about how if you watch more movies a month than they want you to watch (aka i guess they start to lose money) they start giving you the shaft by putting you at the bottom of the list for new releases. ray has been in my queue for a month now and i still havent seen it. im signed up for the 4 at a time plan, and i watch 4 discs a week. personally i think their policy sucks. but whatever. im thinking of switching to blockbuster.
anyway, movies ive watched from netflix recently that i recommend: catch me if you can, awakenings, memento, one flew over the cuckoos nest, radio, supersize me, 21 grams, the office (television series), amelie, and curb your enthusiasm (another tv series).
I'd agree with this, the scenes really are spectacular.The film is so good to look at and listen to that, as with some operas, the story is almost beside the point, serving primarily to get us from one spectacular scene to another.
Just saw Party Monster - liked it so much I am getting the original documentary today. Yeah, Home Alone will not be the same - ever.joetronic said:I would say "party monster" if they have it. You'll never look at Macaulay Culkin the same way again.
Or "The Motorcycle Diaries" Good view on a pre-revolution South America. Follows a young "Che" Chuevara on a trip across latin America in the late 50's. Spanish with english subtitles.
The Triplets of Belleville was pretty good but my sister has watched Spirited Away so many times that the sound of the girl's voice makes my stomach turn. I also highly suggest Donnie Darko. I just got that from Amazon.com todayetoiles said:Brazil (my favorite movie)
other random picks...
The Triplets of Belleville