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Koyaanisqatsi (1982)

“It’s not for lack of love of the language that these films have no words. It’s because, from my point of view, our language is in a state of vast humiliation. It no longer describes the world in which we … Continue reading

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Meshes of the Afternoon (1943)

Here’s another case where I happened to watch this movie a few months ago without even realizing it was on my list. Because it’s only 14 minutes long, I decided to give the film another watch this week and chronicle my thoughts. … Continue reading

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Vinyl (1965)

“The squares do good because they dig it. So I do bad because I dig doing bad.” Man, this movie sucks. Vinyl is Andy Warhol’s interpretation of Anthony Burgess’s The Clockwork Orange. Filmed in The Factory and consisting of just … Continue reading

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Report (1967)

“There’s only one word to describe the picture here, and that’s grief.” One exciting thing about watching all these movies is finding them. I knew there would be a few “white whales” that would constantly evade me in my searches, … Continue reading

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Méditerranée (1963)

“An uncharted memory flees stubbornly towards an increasingly distant era. The sensation of antiquity increases.” Today we start up a new segment that I like to call: Films That Should Be Replaced on the 1001 List by The Big Lebowski. That’s … Continue reading

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Wavelength (1967)

Wavelength is a 45 minute movie in which the camera zooms in on a room with a bunch of windows. It stars Far Left Window, Far Right Window, Center Left and Center Right Windows, with supporting roles from Pictures Taped … Continue reading

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