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What are some of your favorite movies that most mainstream audiences haven't seen, but would probably love if they did?

Asked by rockfan (3520 points ) August 17th, 2014

Here’s some of mine:

Snowpiercer (2013)
Animal Kingdom (2010)
Shadow of a Doubt (1943)
A Prophet (2009)
The Secret of Kells (2009)
The Spectacular Now (2013)
Safety Not Guaranteed (2012)
Robot & Frank (2012)
In a World… (2013)
All is Lost (2013)
Mud (2012)
Win Win (2011)

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El_Cadejo's avatar

Mary and Max
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Pretty much anything from Studio Ghibli, my favorite is Spirited Away
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@rockfan I LOVED The Secret of Kells. Have you seen the trailer for Song of the Sea ?

stanleybmanly's avatar

@Pachy Paths of Glory is a must. It’s the film that put Kubrick on the map, and the best role Kirk Douglas ever saw. The Duelists, Wages of Fear, The Loved One, Rules of the Game

AshLeigh's avatar

Tank Girl Okay, the trailer looks stupid. But the movie is amazing.

Pachy's avatar

@stanleybmanly—totally agree. That film is as fresh and relevant today as it was almost 60 years ago. Kirk was stunning in it.

rockfan's avatar

@El_Cadejo No, haven’t seen it until now. Looks extremely good

Symbeline's avatar

Winter’s Bone for people who like crime/drama with a touch of horror.

filmfann's avatar

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen

Kismet's avatar

“Midnight Meat Train”

Trust me, it is AWESOME.

Pied_Pfeffer's avatar

Amélie. What a clever and quirky romantic comedy.

Catfish It’s a documentary about one person’s experience developing a relationship with someone on the internet.

El_Cadejo's avatar

@Kismet For me, Midnight Meat Train was a great “grab a couple drinks with friends and laugh about the movie” type of movie. I thoroughly enjoyed it’s horribleness though.

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