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#17. 臥虎藏龍 [Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon] - 31 pts. (included in 6 lists)

Director: Ang Lee
Starring: Chow Yun-Fat, Michelle Yeoh, Zhang Ziyi, Chang Chen

I watched Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon for the Foreign Language Movies Countdown, and I was pleasantly surprised at how much I liked it.
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#12. Almost Famous - 40 pts. (included in 8 lists)

Director: Cameron Crowe
Starring: Billy Crudup, Frances McDormand, Kate Hudson, Patrick Fugit, Jason Lee
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Great list so far, mrblond!

Sad I missed getting a ballot in, but I tend to miss these things sometimes. Still having fun watching the countdown...

Curious to see where Mulholland Drive falls...
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#10. Werckmeister Harmonies - 52 pts. (included in 7 lists)

Director: Béla Tarr
Starring: Lars Rudolph, Peter Fitz, Hanna Schygulla, Alfréd Járai
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Okay gang, we're stepping into Top 10.



I've never seen Werckmeister Harmonies, but every time I see it mentioned on the forum I'm reminded of Loner's brilliant one-sentence review of it:

Werckmeister Harmonies

I liked the scene where they walked around for 145 minutes.

And I'm convinced that I would hate it.



I've never seen Werckmeister Harmonies, but every time I see it mentioned on the forum I'm reminded of Loner's brilliant one-sentence review of it:



And I'm convinced that I would hate it.
I actually think it would make for a good introduction to Tarr's filmography, provided you're new to his films.



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I've never seen Werckmeister Harmonies, but every time I see it mentioned on the forum I'm reminded of Loner's brilliant one-sentence review of it:



And I'm convinced that I would hate it.

I think Werckmeister Harmonies is great, but that is not an inaccurate review.