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  • Obviously not literally- but you don’t hear alot about.

    1. The Mudge Boy
    2. Frozen
    3. Home of the Giants
    4. Imaginary Heroes
    5. One Hour Photo
    6. Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon
    7. Lake Mungo

    I absolutely love Behind the Mask. It was one of those movies where I watched it and said “Now why the hell didn’t I think of that!?”

    I’ll add to this list when I’m not on a break from work :)

    @DUNNE said:
    Obviously not literally- but you don’t hear alot about.

    1. The Mudge Boy
    2. Frozen
    3. Home of the Giants
    4. Imaginary Heroes
    5. One Hour Photo
    6. Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon
    7. Lake Mungo

    I don’t know anyone who HASN’T seen “One Hour Photo”!

    1) The Fall
    2) Cashback
    3) The Man Who Collected Food
    4) Wish You Were Here
    5) Searching for Bobby Fisher
    6) Slingblade
    7) An Evening with Kevin Smith

    @Travis said:
    I don’t know anyone who HASN’T seen “One Hour Photo”!

    That’s strange, almost everyone I’ve brought it up to hasn’t seen it. But either way, I still don’t think it got the kind of attention it deserved.

    @Anthony_Law_Liddle I thought the same exact thing!!

    I really doubt on a forum with filmmakers that I could post a full seven.

    1. The Brown Bunny
    2. The Isle (Korean)
    3. Mystery Team
    4. Casshern

    That’s about all I can think of that the majority of people haven’t seen….but that is if you want to count good movies. If you want to count the random movies shot for $5000 that I get sent to review every now and then…then I probably have a few dozen that I don’t even remember their names.

    @DUNNE said:
    That’s strange, almost everyone I’ve brought it up to hasn’t seen it. But either way, I still don’t think it got the kind of attention it deserved.

    It got exactly the amount of attention it deserves.

    @numballover said:
    I really doubt on a forum with filmmakers that I could post a full seven.

    1. The Brown Bunny
    2. The Isle (Korean)
    3. Mystery Team
    4. Casshern

    I’ve seen 5 minutes of “Brown Bunny” :P

    My sister’s ex roomate constantly talks about how great “Brown Bunny” is. I want to see it, just because she and I sometimes have similar tastes (we’re still friends to this day not because of my sister, but because we are both passionate fans of Dawson’s Creek)

    Until I have time to come up with a good list of my own here is 151 best movies you’ve never seen from Leonard Maltin’s book.

    Here’s the list:
    American Dreamz
    The Animal Factory
    Aurora Borealis
    Baadasssss!
    The Ballad of Little Jo
    Better Than Sex
    The Big Hit
    Blood and Wine
    Brick
    Brothers
    Bubba Ho-Tep
    Career Girls
    Casanova
    Chop shop
    Citizen Ruth
    Connie and Clara
    C.R.A.Z.Y.
    Criminal
    Crush
    Dark Days
    The Dead Girl
    The Devil’s Backbone
    Diamond Men
    Dick
    The Dinner Game
    Dinner Rush
    The Dish
    Disney’s Teacher’s Pet
    The Door in the Floor
    Driving Lessons
    Duck Season
    East is East
    Everything Put Together
    Fast, Cheap & Out of Control
    15 Minutes
    Find Me Guilty
    Firelight
    Following
    Gilles’ Wife
    Gloomy Sunday
    Go Tigers!
    Going In Style
    The Great Buck Howard
    The Greatest Game Ever Played
    The Hard Word
    The Harmonists
    Hedwig and the Angry Inch
    Hidalgo
    A Home at the End of the World
    The House of Sand
    How to Lose Friends & Alienate People
    I Served the King of England
    Idiocracy
    In the Shadow of the Moon
    Indigenes (Days of Glory)
    Innocent Blood
    Intermission
    Island in the Sky
    Julia
    Keeping Mum
    Kill Me Later
    King of California
    The King of Masks
    King of the Hill
    Kontroll
    La Ciudad/The City
    La Petite Lili
    La Promesse
    Lady for a Day
    The Last Shot
    Lawless Heart
    Levity
    Look Both Ways
    The Lookout
    Love and Death on Long Island
    Mad Money
    The Maltese Falcon (1931)
    The Man from Elysian Fields
    Man Push Cart
    Marvin’s Room
    The Matador
    Matchstick Men
    Matewan
    Maybe Baby
    The Merry Gentleman
    Metroland
    A Midnight Clear
    The Mighty
    Millions
    Mirrormask
    Moonlighting
    Mountains of the Moon
    Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont
    My First Mister
    The Mystery of Picasso
    Nine Lives
    Nothing But the Truth
    October Sky
    Off the Map
    Once Were Warriors
    One Fine Day
    Owning Mahowny
    The Painted Veil
    Paradise Now
    Peter’s Friends
    Phoebe in Wonderland
    The Pledge
    Priceless
    Prisoner of Paradise
    The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio
    Queen of Hearts
    Quinceanera
    Raising Victor Vargas
    Resurrecting the Champ
    Resurrection
    Safe Men
    Scarecrow
    Seven Men From Now
    Shadowboxer
    Something New
    Son of Rambow
    Songcatcher
    Spring Forward
    Starting Out in the Evening
    Startup.com
    State of the Union
    The Steel Helmet
    Still Crazy
    Stone Reader
    Sweet Land
    The Tao of Steve
    Taste of Cherry
    The Third Miracle
    Thumbsucker
    Tristam Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story
    Tumbleweeds
    Tuvalu
    The TV Set
    Two Family House
    Two Lovers
    Waking the Dead
    The Weather Man
    Welcome to Sarajevo
    Went to Coney Island on a Mission from God … Be Back By Five
    What Doesn’t Kill You
    The Whole Wide World
    The Wide Blue Road
    Winter Solstice
    Word Wars
    The World’s Fastest Indian
    Zathura: A Space Adventure

    From that list by Maltin…

    American Dreamz sucked
    Aurora Borealis was very good, great performances all around
    The Mighty was nowhere NEAR as good as the book its based on, “Freak the Mighty”
    October Sky is one of my favorite movies of all time
    Son of Rambow was a lot of fun

    1. City of God
    2. American Splendor
    3. Baaadassss!
    4. Me You And Everyone We Know
    5. Shadow Magic
    6. Quills
    7. Toys

    Yes I know Baaadasss! was in the Fangoria list but it seriously needs to be seen by a lot more people.

    Also: World’s Fastest Indian is not just one of the best movies nobody knows of, it’s one of the best of all time.

    @KillerCordova said:
    7. Toys

    Is that the “Toys” with Robin Williams and Joan Cusack in the toy factory? ’cause that movie was SWEET when I was a kid!

    Yep, it’s one I bring up in conversations a lot and get a lot of confused looks. I know that one has a home in here amongst you all.

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