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Ryan3232
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Favorite foreign films
Just throw out some good ones youve seen. I personally dont mind subtitles at all so I can watch foreign films with no problem, but I do have some friends that cant stand subtitles so they miss out on really good foreign films.

Just watched The Wave and The Quake which are different movies based on the same family at different times. Both very cool catastrophe movies.

The Invisible Guest (incredible twist)
Incendies
Y Mama Tu Tambien

A buddy suggested “Let the Right One In” which I will be watching tonight.





sledgehammer
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re: Favorite foreign films
Come and See-Russian WW2 horror film that climaxes with Oscar Dirlwanger’s infamous SS murder and pillage of a town


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LSU Mandalorian
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re: Favorite foreign films
Downfall or Der Untergang


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teke184
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re: Favorite foreign films
Sanjuro
The Seven Samurai
The Long Good Friday
The Harder They Come
Battle Royale


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PublixSubs
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Member since Sep 2015
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re: Favorite foreign films
Infernal Affairs

It’s ten times better than the American remake/adaptation, The Departed.


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Cregg
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re: Favorite foreign films
Old Boy


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Sasquatch Smash
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re: Favorite foreign films
Wolfhound

Brotherhood of the Wolf

Any of the Japanese "Godzilla" films.


Saskwatch
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re: Favorite foreign films
"The Deadlands"

Movie out of New Zealand about old Maori clash/territorial fighting. I found it on Netflix but don't think it's on there anymore.


Muthsera
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re: Favorite foreign films
Amelie

The Science of Sleep

Rashomon


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TheFonz
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re: Favorite foreign films
My two favorite Aussie films:

The Dish and The Castle.

Honorable mentions:

Danny Deckchair and The Wog Boy.


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THRILLHO
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re: Favorite foreign films
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The Dish and The Castle.

quote:

The Wave and The Quake


Never heard of the Dish or the Quake, but enjoy the accompanying movies, so will check them out.

Too many great recent South Korean and old Japanese movies to list.

Not yet listed, but Oscar winning Cinema Paradiso is a must see.


ManBearTiger
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re: Favorite foreign films
City of God


PublixSubs
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re: Favorite foreign films
Speaking of New Zealand movies...

Once Were Warriors

Jake “The Muss” is one evil fricking dude.


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Ryan3232
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re: Favorite foreign films
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City of God
Surprised I didnt mention this in OP. Not only is it one of the greatest foreign films, but just overall one of the best movies ever made, period.


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CU_Tigers4life
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re: Favorite foreign films
Lawrence of Arabia
2001: A Space Odyssey
Dr. No
The Bridge on the River Kwai
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Brazil
Mad Max


That's enough


Jay Are
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Member since Nov 2014
2883 posts

re: Favorite foreign films
quote:

That's enough


Weird troll...


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ClampClampington
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Nebraska
Member since Jun 2017
3601 posts

re: Favorite foreign films
The Devils Backbone
El Orfanato
- Both by director of Pans Labyrinth

King of Devils Island


UnluckyTiger
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re: Favorite foreign films
Brotherhood of the Wolf
The Good, the Bad, the Weird (can’t recommend this one enough-has the lead actor from Parasite in it)
I Saw the Devil
Headhunters


NoHoTiger
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re: Favorite foreign films
The Closet-- a French comedy


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