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My Cinematic Alphabet

Posted on the 11 April 2011 by Jake Cole @notjustmovies
I've seen this même going around the blogs lately, so I figured I'd give it a shot. Unsurprisingly, picking a favorite for some letters was impossible because of the limited options (X2 was pretty much alone) or because I had so many choices (I actually wasted time stressing over whether to sub Playtime for Phantom of the Paradise, Repulsion or Rio Bravo for The Red Shoes, McCabe & Mrs. Miller for Miami Vice and The Straits of Love and Hate or Sansho the Bailiff for Sweetie). But I went with my gut and I've think I've got a decent range here. I've not repeated any directors, which was surprisingly difficult.
My Cinematic Alphabet
A is for A.I. Artificial Intelligence
My Cinematic Alphabet
B is for Bringing Out the Dead
My Cinematic Alphabet
C is for Chungking Express
My Cinematic Alphabet
D is for Déjà Vu
My Cinematic Alphabet
E is for Evil Dead II
My Cinematic Alphabet
F is for Fearless
My Cinematic Alphabet
G is for Grand Illusion
My Cinematic Alphabet
H is for Hoop Dreams
My Cinematic Alphabet
I is for I Was Born, But...
My Cinematic Alphabet
J is for Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles
My Cinematic Alphabet
K is for Kill Bill
My Cinematic Alphabet
L is for Lola Montès
My Cinematic Alphabet
M is for Miami Vice
My Cinematic Alphabet
N is for The Night of the Hunter
My Cinematic Alphabet
O is for Only Angels Have Wings
My Cinematic Alphabet
P is for Phantom of the Paradise
My Cinematic Alphabet
Q is for Quiz Show
My Cinematic Alphabet
R is for The Red Shoes
My Cinematic Alphabet
S is for Sweetie
My Cinematic Alphabet
T is for Two or Three Things I Know About Her
My Cinematic Alphabet
U is for An Unmarried Woman
My Cinematic Alphabet
V is for Videodrome
My Cinematic Alphabet
X is for X2: X-Men United
My Cinematic Alphabet
Y is for Yi Yi
My Cinematic Alphabet
Z is for Zodiac

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