Poster appeared invisible on my phone screen for some reason.
No mention of the Empire's theme?
You all have 10 days to prepare for the worst month of your life.
Peer pressure! Peer pressure! Peer Pressure! Peer Pressure! Peer pressure! Peer pressure! Peer Pressure! Peer Pressure! Peer pressure! Peer pressure! Peer Pressure! Peer Pressure! Peer pressure! Peer pressure! Peer Pressure! Peer Pressure!
Would you at least attempt it and see how much you can do?
It's no challenge without Lord Cookie.
CInebro, fair warning: this no rewatches clause may result in me driving to Miami and going Fatal Attraction on your ass.
You don't know what I look like.
But I know what you look like.
Dun dun dun.
are reviews optional
No. You have to write reviews otherwise I can't be sure you're actually watching them.
Seriously, dude, that no rewatches clause is a new level of evil for you.
Just wait until you hear my plan for next year!
However, are we allowed to rewatch films in June so long as we keep them off our June Challenge list?
Absolutely, it just won't count towards your score.
1,000 Films in One Year Challenge for 2014 anybody?
Go fuck yourself.
- The Challenge
Some people have been inquiring me on whether or not I could host the 100 Movie Challenge this June, thus making the challenge a semi annual event. I was thinking that since most people are generally more available in June, I would up the stakes. It would go like this:
1. 100 movies in one month
2. No rewatches.
3. All films must be at least an hour in length.
What do you all say? Sound off. This is just a proposal thread so you don't need to go making your lists right now.
@Cole: Thanks bro.
@Rostova: Stop it. You will never be Abatap.
Shit if you're a butthurt hater.
Nice logical fallacy, kiddo.
I have seen The Apu Trilogy and The Chess Players, and loved them. Can't wait to see the rest.
- Pather Panchali
- The Unvanquished
- The World of Apu
- The Goddess
- The Expedition
- The Music Room
- The Big City (Mahanagar)
- The Adventures of Goopy and Bagha
- Distant Thunder
- Aranyer Din Ratri
- The Lonely Wife (Charulata)
- The Hero (Nayak)
I've been meaning to do this one for a while, and since he has such an extensive career full of notable films, I figured Satyajit Ray would be best as the second director for this (part of this I can also attribute to Adam Cook reviewing some of his films recently).
And with that, I have finished the Jarmusch Retrospective.