As in recently, is there a specific time frame from each post?
If by "recently", you mean "as far back as I can call 'recently'":
* Nowhere - the third entry in Gregg Araki's "Teenage Wasteland Trilogy", Nowhere is an odd-yssee of the bizarre, with the tangy taste of social satire and sci-fi elements. Described by Araki as "Beverly Hills, 90210 on acid"," Nowhere is the tale of Dark Smith (played by Araki alum James Duval) and other assorted young people who deal with events, both unusual and slightly more unusual, leading up, at, and after a party.
* The Doom Generation - the second entry in Gregg Araki's "Teenage Wasteland Trilogy" is just as enjoyable, if not more, than the film that followed it.
* The Dreamers - Bertolucci's film version of Gilbert Adair's "The Holy Innocents" (Adair also wrote the screenplay), this controversial film is not to be missed. The plot, which takes place in 1968 Paris, follows an American student who befriends a young woman and her brother. The trio are united by both a love of cinema, but they also bond sexually. Rated NC-17.
* Doomsday - recently released sci-fi film from England. Good, but IMO is worth a rental.
* Fame - an excellent film from the '80s. This film speaks for itself.
* The Wiz - the film version of the all-African-American version of L. Frank Baum's "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz". Mostly panned by critics and the like, I found it to actually be more interesting that the MGM classic. As a born-again Oz fanatic, this and my OTHER fave Oz movie, Return to Oz, are not to be missed.
* Hard Candy - Ellen Page, who would later play the title role in Juno, here plays a young woman who lures a potential pedophile to his doom. Rather good, but I might not watch it again for a while.
* Juno - recently rewatched this oddball indie comedy. Written by ex-stripper/writer Diablo Cody, this film mixes engaging and interesting characters with a plucky yet precocious teenage girl who finds herself pregnant. But instead of having an abortion, she opts to give the baby to a couple, Mark and Vanessa Loring. But the next 9 months aren't exactly easy, as she finds herself "dealing with things beyond [her] maturity level".
* The Lost Boys - an excellent vampire movie that breaks many of the standard sterotypes.
* Hedwig and the Angry Inch - dubbed "the Rocky Horror of our time", the film tells the tale of a young man who has a sex change to escape West Germany, only to have the resulting change become botched as his, now her, surgically-crafted vagina sealing shut. And along the way, s/he falls for teenage Army brat Tommy Speck (based on Hedwig actor/writer/director John Cameron Mitchell), only to have him steal the music they created and becomes a major star. But the film switches from the past to the present, the latter following Hedwig and the Angry Inch on a small tour, playing at the locations of the fictional "Bilgewater" restaurants, while shadowing the tour of Tommy Gnosis (a.k.a. Tommy Speck). Truly a rock-and-roll journey to behold.
I should probably start another topic, giving the fact that I have WAY too much to say about movies.[/i]
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