Month in Review: April 2012

1. The Kid with a Bike

2. The Last Days of Disco

3. War of the Worlds (2005)

4. Tokyo Godfathers

5. My Neighbors the Yamadas

6. The Cabin in the Woods

7. Mad Detective

8. Barcelona

9. They Live

10. Powaqqatsi

11. The Year of Living Dangerously

12. Assault on Precinct 13

13. Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai

14. The Skin I Live In

15. Infernal Affairs

16. Damsels in Distress

17. Days of Being Wild

18. Day for Night

19. The Naked City

20. Made in the U.S.A

21. Pom Poko

22. Paprikia

23. Ghost in the Shell

24. The Edge of Heaven

25. As Tears Go By

Rewatched

Hellboy II: The Golden Army

Metropolitan

  • http://magnoliaforever.wordpress.com Tyler

    Glad you saw Day for Night. Made in USA is the next Godard film I need to tackle (I only have that one and The Carabineers left and I’ll have seen all his films from 1960-1967, his most famous period).

  • http://1001plus.blogspot.com SJHoneywell

    The Year of Living Dangerously is a sadly forgotten film, and better than people tend to give it credit for.

    I’ve thought about watching the entire qatsi trilogy but have never gotten around to it. Is it worth it?

    • http://cinemasights.wordpress.com/ James Blake Ewing

      Koyaanisqatsi is one of my favorite docs, so I’d certainly recommend that one as a must. Powaqqatsi is good. It has some issues. My review will be up later today. Haven’t seen Naqoyqatsi yet. I’ll probably get to it sometime this month.

      I did like The Year of Living Dangerously a lot. One of the best Weir films I’ve seen. Not sure why it doesn’t get talked about more.