"Visions of Johanna"

As Chance Gardener so succinctly put it in "Being There", I like to watch. Whether we're talking about the neurotic genius of Woody Allen, the violent masterworks of Quentin Tarantino, the gritty realism of John Cassavetes, the magical surrealism of Federico Fellini, the comic insanity of Monty Python, or the all-round brilliance of Martin Scorsese, great films stay with you forever. Especially those you've seen half a dozen times. "Goodfellas", "Pulp Fiction", "Blue Velvet", "Annie Hall", "Monty Python's Life of Brian", "Down By Law", these are the kind of films I can watch over and over and over again. As with music, the great stuff never ceases to inspire.


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My Picks For The Top 100 Films of The Decade

A list of my favorite movies from the past ten years, broken down into a number of subcategories.


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Featured Rave from Film: Raves & Reviews:

The Milk Rave: Harvey Milk, Little Baby River and The Missing Scene

Gus Van Sant creates his masterpiece and Sean Penn gives his greatest performance to date, while little baby River Rohlicek makes his debut on the political scene.


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