Poll

What are your top five?

Baraka
2 (4.2%)
Reservoir Dogs
3 (6.3%)
Unforgiven
8 (16.7%)
Lessons of Darkness
1 (2.1%)
Aladdin
3 (6.3%)
Scent of a Woman
1 (2.1%)
Life, and Nothing More...
0 (0%)
Hard Boiled
2 (4.2%)
The Best Intentions
0 (0%)
Dream of Light
0 (0%)
The Last of the Mohicans
1 (2.1%)
Glengarry Glen Ross
3 (6.3%)
Porco Rosso
0 (0%)
Divertimento
0 (0%)
Visions of Light
0 (0%)
A Few Good Men
4 (8.3%)
Malcolm X
2 (4.2%)
The Muppet Christmas Carol
0 (0%)
Un Coeur en Hiver
0 (0%)
La Vie de Bohème
0 (0%)
Olivier, Olivier
0 (0%)
Daens
0 (0%)
Sunday's Children
0 (0%)
Army of Darkness
0 (0%)
Dead Alive
0 (0%)
Chaplin
0 (0%)
The Player
3 (6.3%)
Man Bites Dog
1 (2.1%)
Husbands and Wives
1 (2.1%)
For a Lost Soldier
0 (0%)
Léolo
0 (0%)
The Story of Qiu Ju
1 (2.1%)
Brother's Keeper
0 (0%)
A Tale of Winter
1 (2.1%)
Rebels of the Neon God
0 (0%)
Bram Stoker's Dracula
0 (0%)
My Cousin Vinny
1 (2.1%)
Howards End
1 (2.1%)
Of Mice and Men
0 (0%)
Passion Fish
0 (0%)
The Long Day Closes
1 (2.1%)
The Stolen Children
0 (0%)
Surviving Desire
1 (2.1%)
L.627
0 (0%)
Minbo - or the Gentle Art of Japanese Extortion
0 (0%)
Hyenas
0 (0%)
Pushing Hands
0 (0%)
The Crying Game
0 (0%)
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me
0 (0%)
A League of Their Own
0 (0%)
Strictly Ballroom
0 (0%)
The Power of One
0 (0%)
Orlando
1 (2.1%)
American Me
0 (0%)
Lorenzo's Oil
0 (0%)
Like Water for Chocolate
0 (0%)
One False Move
0 (0%)
Benny's Video
0 (0%)
A Midnight Clear
0 (0%)
Simple Men
1 (2.1%)
Bad Lieutenant
0 (0%)
Autumn Moon
0 (0%)
Batman Returns
2 (4.2%)
Wayne's World
1 (2.1%)
El Mariachi
0 (0%)
Light Sleeper
0 (0%)
Candyman
0 (0%)
Sister Act
0 (0%)
Forever Young
0 (0%)
The Living End
0 (0%)
Toys
0 (0%)
Heimat II: A Chronicle of a Generation [tv]
1 (2.1%)
School's Out! [tv]
1 (2.1%)
The Boys of St. Vincent [tv]
0 (0%)
Citizen Cohn [tv]
0 (0%)
A Sense of History [short]
0 (0%)

Total Members Voted: 10

Author Topic: Best Film of 1992  (Read 5102 times)

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Re: Best Film of 1992
« Reply #40 on: August 26, 2017, 04:20:03 PM »
Simple Men (Hartley)
Heimat II: A Chronicle of a Generation (Reitz)
Surviving Desire (Hartley)
A Tale of Winter (Rohmer)
Orlando (Potter)

HM: Vacas (Medem), Céline (Brisseau), Baraka (Fricke)

Need revisit: The Land Beyond the Rainbow (Herwig Kipping), Divertimento (Rivette), La vie de bohème (Kaurismäki)

« Last Edit: August 28, 2017, 09:10:49 AM by goodguy »

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Re: Best Film of 1992
« Reply #41 on: August 27, 2017, 11:43:36 PM »
Heimat II: A Chronicle of a Generation (Reitz)
Three Days (Sharunas Bartas)

IMDb has the former as a "tv series" (I added it anyway) and the latter as a 1991 film.

I'm really surprised the Reitz series only has 9 votes on IMDb.

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Re: Best Film of 1992
« Reply #42 on: August 28, 2017, 04:16:23 AM »
  • Lessons Of Darkness (Werner Herzog)
  • Unforgiven (Clint Eastwood)
  • Glengarry Glen Ross (James Foley)
  • Husbands And Wives (Woody Allen)
  • The Player (Robert Altman)
  • No movie is in the Top 100
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Re: Best Film of 1992
« Reply #43 on: August 28, 2017, 05:23:09 AM »
Aladdin
Scent of a Woman
Reservoir Dogs
A Few Good Men
Unforgiven


I rewatched Reservoir a couple of weeks ago but I am still unsure about how much I like it. The whole order of these is subject to review.
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Re: Best Film of 1992
« Reply #44 on: August 28, 2017, 09:30:06 AM »
Heimat II: A Chronicle of a Generation (Reitz)
Three Days (Sharunas Bartas)

IMDb has the former as a "tv series" (I added it anyway) and the latter as a 1991 film.

I was about to scoff, but IMDb is actually right about Three Days.

Heimat II premiered theatrically in Venice and Munich before it was shown on television.