Originally Posted by Porkchopexpress
'The Thin Red Line', much less of a war film and more a poetic study into the nature of man contrasted against the beauty of Guadalcanal.
Agreed, there is something ethereal about that film. And to think, one of the stars used to be in Game On!
Brick: Awesome performance by Joseph Gordon Levitt, and truly rivetting. I also love the way the world in the film seems to have its own language.
The Machinist: Again, awesome performance by Bale, the cinematography gives the film a dirty, washed out quality, which is kind of inkeeping with the emotional state of Trevor Reznik.
Oldboy: Awesome story, great character in Oh Dae Su, as well as the female lead, and a squirm inducing finale.
Audition: Shit scariest foreign language film I've ever seen.
Inside (2007): Just really over the top in terms of tension, scares and viscera.