Thursday, March 21, 2013

#WatchlistScreenCaps 3/5 - 3/21


Here are the last ten films I watched, with a screen-captured image and quick sentence on the subject. Follow this feature on Twitter here, read about the kickoff here, and view the previous #WatchlistScreenCaps roundup here.


Short Cuts (1993), dir. Robert Altman
viewed March 5, 2013
"Lemons, booze, soap, and blood in sunny LA."

 Body Heat (1981), dir. Lawrence Kasdan
viewed March 8, 2013
"Moment of truth, courtesy Mickey Rourke."

 Cutter's Way (1981), dir. Ivan Passer
viewed March 10, 2013
"Alone again, naturally."

The House of Yes (1997), dir. Mark Waters
viewed March 17, 2013
"Stormy night with a family that doesn't use the past tense." (*modified from original tweet)

 Mulholland Dr. (2001), dir. David Lynch
viewed March 17, 2013
"¿Donde estás?"

 My Childhood (1972), dir. Bill Douglas
viewed March 17, 2013
"Trapped in an oasis of steam."

On March 18, I completed a series of screen-caps from each episode of "Story of Film" which I had been re-watching since late February. I gathered the full lineup in a post entitled "Souvenirs from The Story of Film"

Affliction (1997), dir. Paul Schrader
viewed March 19, 2013
"A toast to the damned."

 My Ain Folk (1973), dir. Bill Douglas
viewed March 19, 2013
"All alone in this great cruel world."

Watership Down (1978), dir. Martin Rosen
viewed March 19, 2013
"Following the Black Rabbit down the Rabbit Hole."

Tender Mercies (1983), dir. Bruce Beresford
viewed March 21, 2013
"You see, I never trusted happiness. Never have. Never will."



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2 comments :

Doug Noakes said...

"Affliction" is a well-made movie about how violence passes downb through the generations of men. It's very sobering.

Joel Bocko said...

Reviewed it a few years back (probably should have linked to it above): http://thedancingimage.blogspot.com/2008/07/affliction-1998-was-good-year-for_31.html