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Great Directors' 10 Best Films:Godard

Postby john-5 » Sat Apr 13, 2002 12:07 pm

Godard's best 10?
Breathless
Vivre Sa Vie
Contempt
Bande a Part
Pierrot le Fou
Alphaville
Masculi-Feminin
2 or 3 Things i Know about Her
Weekend
Passion
Also:Une Femme est une Femme,Tout va Bien,Eloge de L'Amour...
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Re: Great Directors' 10 Best Films:Godard

Postby somegreatmovies » Tue Apr 16, 2002 11:08 am

Historie(s) du Cinema! ...plus, In Praise of Love was terrible.
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Re: Great Directors' 10 Best Films:Godard

Postby john-5 » Tue Apr 16, 2002 3:55 pm

Yes,I understand Histoires du Cinema is excellent,was wondering whether to include it but haven't seen it.Will do so a.s.a.p.I didn't like Eloge de l'Amour at all,either, but was trying to be objective and had the impression it was considered by many a significant return to form.A Belgian woman at our film society was telling me how much she enjoyed it the other day;i had to admit i wasn't at all enamoured-which she attributed to British taste.(usually we tend to agree,though)
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Re: Great Directors' 10 Best Films:Godard

Postby katsuben » Mon Jun 24, 2002 1:31 am

I think some Dziga Vertov group films need to be in here. Or perhaps this part of his career constitutes such a radical break that it would need to be sideboarded. In any case, I'm quite fond of Letter to Jane. Not so much so Wind from the East. As for others, haven't seen them. I'm both slack and fickle.
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Re: Great Directors' 10 Best Films:Godard

Postby TylerDurden » Tue Oct 08, 2002 7:48 am

1. Numero Deux
2. My Life to Live
3. Breathless
4. Week End
5. Hail Mary
6. Band of Outsiders
7. Two or Three Things I Know About Her
8. Contempt
9. Masculine-Feminine
10. Pierrot le Fou
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Re: Great Directors' 10 Best Films:Godard

Postby gimferrer » Tue Oct 08, 2002 11:14 am

mmmm!

I like Breathless one of my favourite films, Belmondo and Seberg are trully magnificent and the shots in Paris are breathtaking! the script is also awesome!

Eloge de l'Ammour was a hard film to watch but very rewarding for me and I am glad I saw it!

The Silken Skin with Francois d'Orleac as a hostess having an affair with a married man was also a very modern film, worth to have a look

Le Mepris, just the cast and the mediterranean colours are trully magnificenet, you feel like the Mediterranean sea is literally in front of you! and Fritz Lang, and how sexy is Bardot! and Jack Palance....and Ulisses!

I haven't seen Pierrot Le Fou yet John but I am dying to see it!
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Re: Great Directors' 10 Best Films:Godard

Postby bigpoppa_2059 » Fri Feb 21, 2003 7:27 am

Oooh, I envy you, seeing "pierrot le fou" for the first time is an experience you won't forget soon my friend. "Contempt" is his greatest film friends.

Contempt
Breathless
Pirrot Le Fou
My Life to Live
Weekend
Two or Three things I know about her
Alphaville
Band of Outsiders
Masculin Feminin
For Ever Mozart
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Re: Great Directors' 10 Best Films:Godard

Postby bjornam » Sat Feb 22, 2003 9:12 pm

Just a note: "The Silken Skin", or "The Soft Skin" which I guess you mean, is a Truffaut film. Still good though.
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Re: Great Directors' 10 Best Films:Godard

Postby gnixon29 » Tue Sep 30, 2003 11:52 am

Breathless, Pierrot le Fou, and Contempt are definitely my top 3, although I have a tough time picking a favorite. After that...

4. Band of Outsiders
5. My Life to Live
6. Le Petit Soldat
7. Week End
8. Alphaville

...and I've only seen 8, so I can't really rank beyond that.
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Re: Great Directors' 10 Best Films:Godard

Postby Knoxville » Wed Oct 01, 2003 6:11 pm

Weekend and Hail Mary are the only two Goddard films I've seen, both were very good.
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