Wall Street When We Were Kings Witness for the Prosecution (1957) Wargames Weird Science (obviously) Wayne's World
My vote goes to Withnail and I. Very funny, some great lines ("They're selling hippie wigs in Woolworths, man") and a tale of how you can try and run, but can never hide from growing up and joining the adult world of responsibilities. Although... "There's always time for a drink."
"I fear the day that technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots." Einstein
Mentions for The Wrong Box and Wish You Were Here but one of the easier decisions for me this week.
Woodstock is a chronicle of one of the most important events in music of the last 50 years. I saw it in the West End straight after the (successful) interview for my first permanent job after university so good memories all round.
Post by another_ruined_saturday on Oct 3, 2016 18:41:26 GMT
'waking life' is gorgeously pretty, if a bit dull. i enjoyed the political satire 'wag the dog' at the time. i cried at buxton spa cinema when hazel died in 'watership down' - my first taste of animation that wasn't really for kids.
winner though is the very nasty 'wolf creek'. don't accept help from cheery strangers in the australian outback... there is some suspension of disbelief required (including why the antagonist doesn't die from any of his injuries), but for a ninety minute film in which very little happens during the first half, it's pretty ferocious. although nasty, it was different to the 'torture porn' of 'hostel' or the elaborate set-ups of the 'saw' films; and miles better as a result. i recorded it and watched it one sunday afternoon. as you do when watching something like this, i predicted the order of events. wrong! Wrong! WRONG! horrible but good.
The War of the Roses. WarGames. The Warriors. Way Out West. Wayne's World. We're the Millers. What About Bob? When Harry Met Sally. Whistle Down the Wind. Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory. The Wizard of Oz (1939). Working Girl.