What are the most obscure movies you have watched recently?

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16 Jan 2019, 11:41 pm

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The Disaster Artist


What's your verdict? I ask because I laughed my head off!


An excellent biopic with great performances all around! James Franco was brilliant as Tommy Wiseau (the man who wrote and directed The Room; the cult movie now considered one of the worst movies of all time) as was his brother Dave Franco as Greg Sestero, the actor who wrote the memoir that The Disaster Artist was based off.


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08 Feb 2019, 2:47 pm

The Assault of Europa


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29 Sep 2019, 4:34 pm

Free Fire


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01 Oct 2019, 7:13 pm

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Is "Withnail and I" obscure - also "Performance"?

"Vampyr" is definitely obscure.

"Even Dwarves Started Small"


Hmm. I've seen all four. Withnail certainly doesn't count as obscure in Britain, neither does Performance.

Even dwarves started small .... Yeah, maybe. Even Herzog fans tend to skip that one...


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04 Nov 2019, 3:44 pm

The Lighthouse


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04 Nov 2019, 4:15 pm

AnonymousAnonymous wrote:
The Lighthouse


How was it?


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04 Nov 2019, 6:03 pm

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The Lighthouse


How was it?


Very good! Great chemistry between Wilem Dafoe (who breaks wind a lot lol) and Robert Pattinson.


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09 Nov 2019, 2:48 pm

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The Lighthouse


How was it?


Very good! Great chemistry between Wilem Dafoe (who breaks wind a lot lol) and Robert Pattinson.


I'm looking forward to that one - it'll be in cinemas here in a few weeks.
... But.... Obscure? I mean... It's scheduled to be shown in two out of the four cinemas in my town. ...

So here's an obscure one I wathed recently:
Koji Wakamatsu's United Red Army.
It was great! Also long, boring and confusing.
But if you want to see the former propaganda-filmmaker for the japanese red army faction deal with the topic 40 years later, that's the film to watch.
Except, he says for him, it was less of a coming to terms with the absurd fanaticism the members of this terrorist group displayed, but as a document for posterity about what he thinks his generation did wrong, and for future generations to analyze and learn from.


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15 Nov 2019, 12:20 am

Do movies featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000 count? The last one I watched was either The Pumaman or Space Mutiny. Given the cult classic nature of MST3K, though, I doubt it counts.

Seven Samurai definitely doesn't count, given how highly regarded Akira Kurosawa's work is among cinephiles.

Breaking Away! 70's coming of age story revolving around cycling. Has a young Dennis Quaid as a supporting character. My parents love this movie, and it is in my 2012 copy of 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die.


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