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Top 100 Club: Dave the Necrobumper
« on: November 14, 2017, 05:37:56 AM »
Welcome to the Club of Dave! 

This is the official Top 100 Club thread specificially for Dave the Necrobumper.  His first month is December 2017.


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Reviews

1SORight of Bright Water


Bondo        Sorcerer
The Vanishing


chardy999  Dead Man


jdc  The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover


JuniorRight of Bright Water


Knocked Out Loaded  The Proposition
Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter...Spring


MartinTellerSorcerer


oldkid  Bad Boy Bubby


PeacefulAnarchy  Sorcerer
Not Quite Hollywood
The Castle


Sandy  Shawshank Redemption
Die Hard
The Proposition


Teproc  Tsubaki Sanjûrô



 

Dave's current top 100
Format is green if has risen on the list, red if fallen and position, position in 2011, title, director, year

1.  (1) Life of Brian (Terry Jones  1979)
2.  (2) Spirited Away (Hayao Miyazaki  2001)
3.  (3) The Cook The Thief His Wife & Her Lover (Peter Greenaway  1989)
4.  (4) The Third Man (Carol Reed  1949)
5.  (7) Apocalypse Now (Francis Ford Coppola  1979)
6.  (5) Harold and Maude (Hal Ashby  1971)
7.  (8 ) Fight Club (David Fincher  1999)
8.  (6) The Big Lebowski (Joel and Ethan Coen  1998)
9.  (9) Ring of Bright Water (Jack Couffer  1969)
10.  (11) Memento (Christopher Nolan  2000)
11.  (12) Once Upon a Time in the West (Sergio Leone  1968)
12.  (10) Raiders of the Lost Ark (Steven Speilberg  1981)
13.  (13) The Matrix (Andy & Larry Wachowski  1999)
14.  (14) Sunset Blvd (Billy Wilder  1950)
15.  (15) Goodbye Mr Chips  (Sam Wood  1939)
16.  (16) Kiss Kiss Bang Bang  (Shane Black  2005)
17.  (17) Dead Poets Society  (Peter Weir  1989)
18.  (18) Metropolis  (Fritz Lang  1927)
19.  (19) Sanjuro  (Akira Kurosawa  1962)
20.  (20) Paths of Glory  (Stanley Kubrick  1957)
21.  (21) Harvey  (Henry Koster  1950)
22.  (22) Pulp Fiction  (Quentin Tarantino  1996)
23.  (24) The Princess Bride  (Rob Reiner  1987)
24.  (25) Once Were Warriors  (Lee Tamahori  1994)
25.  (26) To Kill a Mockingbird  (Robert Mulligan  1962)
26.  (27) Being John Malkovich  (Spike Jonze  1999)
27.  (28) Secretary  (Steven Shainberg  2002)
28.  (29) Stalag 17  (Billy Wilder  1953)
29.  (30) Unforgiven  (Clint Eastwood  1992)
30.  (23) Monty Python and the Holy Grail  (Terry Gilliam and Terry Jones  1975)
31.  (31) El Topo  (Alejandro Jodorowsky  1970)
32.  (32) Pan’s Labyrinth  (Guillermo del Toro  2006)
33.  (33) The Proposition  (John Hillcoat  2005)
34.  (34) Nosferatu: A Symphony of Terror (F. W. Murnau  1922)
35.  (35) The Shawshank Redemption (Frank Darabont  1994)
36.  (44) Alien  (Ridley Scott  1979)
37.  (36) The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp  (Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger  1943)
38.  (37) The Vanishing  (George Sluizer  1988)
39.  (38) The Wizard of Oz  (Victor Fleming  1939)
40.  (39) Sling Blade  (Billy Bob Thornton  1996)
41.  (40) A Fish Called Wanda  (Charles Crichton  1988)
42.  (42) The Blues Brothers  (John Landis  1980)
43.  (43) Amelie  (Jean-Pierre Jeunet  2001)
44.  (45) M  (Fritz Lang  1931)
45.  (46) Bad Boy Bubby  (Rolf de Heer  1993)
46.  (47) Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory  (Mel Stuart  1971)
47.  (48) Volver  (Pedro Almodovar  2006)
48.  (49) North by Northwest  (Alfred Hitchcock  1959)
49.  (50) Aliens  (James Cameron  1986)
50.  (51) Blue Velvet  (David Lynch  1986)
51.  (52) Falling Down  (Joel Schumacher  1993)
52.  (53) Dead Man  (Jim Jarmusch  1995)
53.  (63) Once  (John Carney  2006)
54.  (54) Dead Man Walking  (Tim Robbins  1995)
55.  (55) Die Hard  (John McTiernan  1988)
56.  (56) American Beauty  (Sam Mendes  1999)
57.  (57) Casablanca  (Michael Curtiz  1942)
58.  (58) Easy Rider  (Dennis Hopper  1969)
59.  (60) Singin' in the Rain  (Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly  1952)
60.  (61) The Hurt Locker  (Katherine Bigelow  2009)
61.  (59) Lawrence of Arabia  (David Lean  1962)
62.  (62) The Sound of Music  (Robert Wise  1965)
63.  (65) The Five Obstructions  (Lars von Trier  2003)
64.  (66) L.A. Confidential (Curtis Hanson  1997)
65.  (67) Mystic River  (Clint Eastwood  2003)
66.  (68) Leon: The Professional  (Luc Besson  1994)
67.  (69) The Holy Mountain  (Alejandro Jodorowsky  1973)
68.  (64) Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring  (Kim Ki-duk  2003)
69.  (70) 28 Days Later  (Danny Boyle  2002)
70.  (71) Groundhog Day  (Harold Ramis  1993)
71.  (76) Terminator 2  (James Cameron  1991)
72.  (73) Letters From Iwo Jima  (Clint Eastwood  2006)
73.  (100) Pink Flyod: The Wall (Alan Parker  1982)
74.  (75) Primer  (Shane Carruth  2004)
75.  (NR) Sorcerer (William Friedkin  1977)
76.  (77) The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of The Ring  (Peter Jackson  2001)
77.  (78) The Usual Suspects  (Bryan Singer  1994)
78.  (79) American History X  (Tony Kaye  1998)
79.  (80) The Lord of the Rings: Return of The King  (Peter Jackson  2003)
80.  (81) Batman Begins  (Christopher Nolan  2005)
81.  (82) The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers  (Peter Jackson  2002)
82.  (83) Boxing Day  (Kriv Stenders  2007)
83.  (84) African Queen  (John Huston  1951)
84.  (85) The Castle  (Rob Stitch  1997)
85.  (86) Terminator  (James Cameron  1986)
86.  (41) A Shot in the Dark  (Blake Edwards  1964)
87.  (97) Mary and Max (Adam Elliot  2009)
88.  (87) Bringing Up Baby  (Howard Hawks  1938)
89.  (88) Clerks  (Kevin Smith  1994)
90.  (89) Good Will Hunting  (Gus Van Sant  1997)
91.  (90) Oldboy (Chan-wook Park  2003)
92.  (91) The City of Lost Children  (Jean-Pierre Jeunet & Marc Caro  1995)
93.  (92) O Brother, Where Art Thou?  (Joel and Ethan Coen  2000)
94.  (93) Not Quite Hollywood  (Mark Hartley  2008)
95.  (94) Midnight Cowboy  (John Schlesinger  1969)
96.  (95) Love Exposure  (Sion Sono  2008)
97.  (98) Project A: Part 2 (Jackie Chan  19878)
98.  (99) The Killer (John Woo  1989)
99.  (NR) The Triplets of Belleville (Sylvain Chomet  2003)
100.  (NR) Twilight Samurai (Yoji Yamada  2002)
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Re: Top 100 Club: Dave the Necrobumper
« Reply #1 on: November 30, 2017, 06:28:55 PM »
I thought we would all be responsible for our own threads. That way it would relieve the pressure from you and the future Club Masters.
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Re: Top 100 Club: Dave the Necrobumper
« Reply #2 on: November 30, 2017, 06:34:04 PM »
Yeah, I'm working on that.
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Re: Top 100 Club: Dave the Necrobumper
« Reply #3 on: November 30, 2017, 06:35:27 PM »
Sunset BLVD for me since I have access to it. And a request for anybody that loves Being There but not seen Bad Boy Bubby that they watch the later...
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Re: Top 100 Club: Dave the Necrobumper
« Reply #4 on: November 30, 2017, 06:35:59 PM »
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Re: Top 100 Club: Dave the Necrobumper
« Reply #5 on: November 30, 2017, 06:39:10 PM »
Looks right to me.

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Re: Top 100 Club: Dave the Necrobumper
« Reply #6 on: November 30, 2017, 08:36:14 PM »
These are the ones I haven't seen...bold are ones I'm contemplating.

Ring of Bright Water
Goodbye Mr. Chips
Sanjuro
El Topo
The Vanishing
Bad Boy Bubby
The Holy Mountain
Sorcerer
Boxing Day
A Shot in the Dark
Project A: Part 2
The Killer
Twilight Samurai

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Re: Top 100 Club: Dave the Necrobumper
« Reply #7 on: December 01, 2017, 03:42:54 AM »
I am just wondering how I made the first post, when I did not make the first post. The forum gods have enacted their will(s).

Looking forward to the reviews.

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Re: Top 100 Club: Dave the Necrobumper
« Reply #8 on: December 01, 2017, 03:49:13 AM »
And a request for anybody that loves Being There but not seen Bad Boy Bubby that they watch the later...

Really?  Being There is in my top 100.  Okay, I'll look for it.

A request for anyone who hasn't seen Sorcerer yet.  Watch it.
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Re: Top 100 Club: Dave the Necrobumper
« Reply #9 on: December 01, 2017, 04:57:15 AM »
Yay, someone is going to watch Bad Boy Bubby, sure to get a good reaction from that film.