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My Top Five Films

Let’s get it underway.

1. Saving Private Ryan – (because I’m a WW2 buff and the action sequences are the best I’ve ever seen in film)

2. The Matrix – A truly bizarre film in my experience. I saw this at a very young age, about 10 or 11, and I could not understand it at all, but subsequent viewings since have proved it to amazing.

3. Goodfellas – a Scorsese classic. Truly innovative cinematographic techniques. Good story, funny too.

4. Pulp Fiction – Madness on film. Drugs, guns, anal rape, this film has it all. I didn’t know what to think after seeing this at again a very young age, but I just watched it recently, and it’s fucking brilliant!

5. Point Break – quite a lame Los Angeles based crime drama (calling it a crime drama is a crime against crime dramas, ironically), but this film has some of the finest action sequences ever committed to film. The best is a foot-chase. Keanu Reeves is chasing Patrick Swayze through the small alleys of L.A. Still to this day, my most favourite scene in all film……this foot-chase in seriously awesome!

Film are good, I like films. Watch more good films. Most good films were made long ago, so get watching!



2 thoughts on “My Top Five Films

  1. You disappoint me.

    Posted by Henry Game | June 28, 2015, 6:13 pm

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