Saturday, April 26, 2008

10 movies I wish I had made.

1. Fight Club (it is something else)
1. Blood Diamond (the best thrill in the movie was to know it is non fiction at the end)
1. The Simpson's Movie (nothing beats Simpson)
1. The Godfather (a textbook for converting a book to a movie, a lost art)
1. Sholay (some movies are so terribly internalized that you can not judge them)
1. Seven (defines intelligent cinema)
1. Ratatouille (this one showed that actually animation is the superior form of cinema)
1. The Shawshank redemption (that it does not need stars, back ground score, frills but simplicity is still the strongest tool)
1. August Rush (one of those movies which might seem absolutely stupid on paper but brilliant on screen)
1. Yojimbo (this one is yet to be bettered, even after five decades)


Bubbles of FireWhiskey said...

hmmm my list would also include sweeney todd - the deamon barber of fleet street.

only because johnny depp sang and danced!

Sachin Garg said...

Thanks for giving me tonight's Home work.
Its Johnny Depp tonight.

Gee said...

Shawshank redmption is simply awesome...and you were so right about Sholay!!

mez said...

Am i on Sachin's blog? Is this his latest post? Was it written by him only? *In total disbelief*

Sachin Garg said...


Sachin Garg said...

@ mez,

Vandita said...

it is just so sad that i haven't seen all of em :(

Sachin Garg said...

you aint seen anything if you havent seen any of em.
no seriously!

Neha said...

just writing my blog reminded me that its been a long time i read urs...i dint know u had seen yojimbo.

Irreversibly Screwed said...

well that's quite a list... haven't seen Yojimbo though... have to watch it considering i loved all the other movies on your list..

though mine would also include-

A Few Good Men
Bheja Fry
Forrest Gump
Gone With The Wind
Hazaron Khwahishien Aisi
Requiem For A Dream
The Pursuit Of Happyness
To Kill A Mockingbird
Love Story
Longest Yard
Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind
Breakfast At Tiffany's

i could go on and on and on..

tvo LAD said...

1. Ratatouille (this one showed that actually animation is the superior form of cinema)

Really pains me to say this here, but thats bull.

I could give a list of movies too. But I might be saving it for my blog. If I can ever persuade my lazy self to to ever write a blog.