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Old 03-11-2013, 03:47 AM   #101
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Or most of the other Hitchcock films.



Paris, Texas may seem like a strange choice here, but you will absolutely not believe how amazing the Nastassja Kinski scenes are.

Louis Malle's The Lover and Elevator to the Gallows will be on Blu-ray someday, and they're essential in this regard.
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kashif I've listed some of the movies I thought you might enjoy. The Japanese (they have UK and Criterion versions) movies, Belle de Jour, Original Sin and The Story of O are probably more explicit than the others. Barbarella and Flash Gordon are kitschy to some but I've always loved their style! Hopefully some of the titles will peak your interest!


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Not on Blu yet (at least not Region A that I know of) but I'll add Luc Besson's Angel-A. I love the black & white cinematography in that movie and the woman looks great.
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Here's 3 from my collection, a little more action-oriented than some suggestions but still with red-hot ladies and cool dudes...


Clive Owen and Monica Bellucci


Rajnikanth and Aishwarya Rai


Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayek
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Here's 3 from my collection, a little more action-oriented than some suggestions but still with red-hot ladies and cool dudes...


Clive Owen and Monica Bellucci


Rajnikanth and Aishwarya Rai


Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayek
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Or most of the other Hitchcock films.



Paris, Texas may seem like a strange choice here, but you will absolutely not believe how amazing the Nastassja Kinski scenes are.

Louis Malle's The Lover and Elevator to the Gallows will be on Blu-ray someday, and they're essential in this regard.
Thanks a lot

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Not on Blu yet (at least not Region A that I know of) but I'll add Luc Besson's Angel-A. I love the black & white cinematography in that movie and the woman looks great.
Thanks a lot I have it already (Region B BD) and definitely a good movie and yes I agree Rie Rasmussen is super hot in this

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kashif I've listed some of the movies I thought you might enjoy. The Japanese (they have UK and Criterion versions) movies, Belle de Jour, Original Sin and The Story of O are probably more explicit than the others. Barbarella and Flash Gordon are kitschy to some but I've always loved their style! Hopefully some of the titles will peak your interest!


Thanks a lot Some of them are pretty explicit and I will be having a tough luck importing them. However I will check the rest
I already have "Wings Of Desire" and "Amelie" Both very beautiful movies.

By the way what you think about "Breathless" . Which version is the best to have "Criterion" or "Studio Canal"? I havent seen this movie yet. Do you think its worth a blind buy?
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Thanks a lot Some of them are pretty explicit and I will be having a tough luck importing them. However I will check the rest
I already have "Wings Of Desire" and "Amelie" Both very beautiful movies.

By the way what you think about "Breathless" . Which version is the best to have "Criterion" or "Studio Canal"? I havent seen this movie yet. Do you think its worth a blind buy?
At the moment the Criterion version is actually cheaper than the Studio Canal release, given the choice (which I don't have as my player is only region B) I'd go with the Criterion, especially if you're going to build a collection of Criterion titles!

I haven't seen the film in years but if you're interested in French New Wave and cinema in general it will be a good investment.

A few more titles:


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In all honesty, all of the James Bond movies suffice for the purposes of this thread.
Sensual female roles? Check
Stylish? Check
Cool cinematography? Check

The Sean Connery Bond films, the Lazenby film, and the Craig films in the franchise for the win, but The Living Daylights is also a keen choice. Well, they're all good for the above.

Not quite as much arthouse credibility, but they're all great movies.
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At the moment the Criterion version is actually cheaper than the Studio Canal release, given the choice (which I don't have as my player is only region B) I'd go with the Criterion, especially if you're going to build a collection of Criterion titles!

I haven't seen the film in years but if you're interested in French New Wave and cinema in general it will be a good investment.

A few more titles:


Thanks again for the input bro. Yes I think Criterion is the way to go and also thanks for putting these new movies. I have "8˝" added to my most wanted list for a long time and now my Region A player is on the way so I am going to get it definitely but it will also be a blind buy for me.

Didnt know much about "Le mépris" and "Solaris". Checkin them now

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In all honesty, all of the James Bond movies suffice for the purposes of this thread.
Sensual female roles? Check
Stylish? Check
Cool cinematography? Check

The Sean Connery Bond films, the Lazenby film, and the Craig films in the franchise for the win, but The Living Daylights is also a keen choice. Well, they're all good for the above.

Not quite as much arthouse credibility, but they're all great movies.
Thanks for the recommendation. My problem is that only a few bond movies appealed me and they are from Sean Connery to Roger Moore era and everything after that I dont like. I still cant digest the fact that "Graig" is playing James Bond!!!
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