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Since I do enjoy the genre so much, I'd love to know a few that come to mind. Perhaps there may be one or more I would add to my Watchlist
I've nominated State of Siege and Le Samurai before

Three Days of the Condor
Alphaville
World on a Wire
The Finger Man
The Red Circle
Tokyo Drifter
The Man Who Knew Too Much
Foreign Correspondent
39 Steps
The Killing
Odd Man Out
Kiss Me Deadly
White Material
Brick
Under the Silver Lake



Think you used enough dynamite there, Butch?
I've nominated State of Siege and Le Samurai before

Three Days of the Condor
Alphaville
World on a Wire
The Finger Man
The Red Circle
Tokyo Drifter
The Man Who Knew Too Much
Foreign Correspondent
39 Steps
Brick
Under the Silver Lake
I have Alphaville on my List; looking forward to that one. BIG fan of Three Days of the Condor and I'll be looking into the others, some sound familar.
THANKS Siddon!
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I've nominated State of Siege and Le Samurai before

Three Days of the Condor
Alphaville
World on a Wire
The Finger Man
The Red Circle
Tokyo Drifter
The Man Who Knew Too Much
Foreign Correspondent
39 Steps
Brick
Under the Silver Lake
Haven’t seen two of these but I would put Day of The Jackal number two behind Red Circle.



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I've nominated State of Siege and Le Samurai before

Three Days of the Condor
Alphaville
World on a Wire
The Finger Man
The Red Circle
Tokyo Drifter
The Man Who Knew Too Much
Foreign Correspondent
39 Steps
Brick
Under the Silver Lake
Seen Condor, Man who knew too much, 39 Steps, and Brick.
Of those,I would rate only 39 Steps higher, though Brick and Condor both come close.
Also, an aside, Was World on a Wire ever released in theatres? Just curious.



I have Alphaville on my List; looking forward to that one. BIG fan of Three Days of the Condor and I'll be looking into the others, some sound familar.
THANKS Siddon!




I might pick this one for the next hall...it's a very different political thriller but it was very good.



Think you used enough dynamite there, Butch?



I might pick this one for the next hall...it's a very different political thriller but it was very good.
That looks really good!


Also, just realized that The Finger Man is Le Doulos. Saw that recently and loved it. One of several Melville's that I've become enamored with. Le Deuxième Souffle is another recently seen and loved.

And I do believe I'll be adding Foreign Correspondent to my Watchlist.



I think Foreign Correspondent is an underappreciated gem. It's on my Hitchcock Top 5.
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  1. Aniara
  2. The Whisperers
  3. The Secret In Their Eyes
  4. The Man from Nowhere
  5. The Day of the Jackal
  6. ???
  7. Antwone Fisher
  8. Shame
  9. ???
  10. Vampyr
  11. Hard Times
  12. Beasts of the Southern Wild
  13. In a Glass Cage



Maybe it's a hint and he's doing his best Fellini impersonation.
Or maybe he's just drunk somewhere...



Somebody oughta go and demand satisfaction.



Here's my ballot with the two mystery movies.

01: In a Glass Cage
02: The Day of the Jackal
03: The Man from Nowhere
04:
05: The Secret in Their Eyes
06:
07: Hard Times
08: The Whisperers
09: Vampyr
10: Aniara
11: Beasts of the Southern Wild
12: Shame
13: Antwone Fisher
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Here's my current ballot. I'm fine with either Barry Lyndon or La Dolce Vita winning.

1. Vampyr
2. ???
3. ???
4. Hard Times
5. Shame
6. The Whisperers
7. The Day of the Jackal
8. The Secret in Their Eyes
9. The Man From Nowhere
10. Beasts of the Southern Wild
11. Antwone Fisher
12. Aniara
13. In a Glass Cage



2nd Place

La Dolce Vita



118 Points (2 1sts, 3 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 2 6th, 7th, 2 9th, 12th)