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  1. Above the Law
    Great movie about the dangers of the deep state/shadow government
  2. Hard to Kill
    The most action-figurey name of a character (Mason Storm) since John Matrix
  3. Marked For Death
    All-time greatest Seagal film.
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In honor of the movie god's birthday these are five of my favorite films of his
  1. Shichinin no Samurai (Seven Samurai, 1954)
    Perennial candidate for the greatest film of all time, nbd
  2. Akahige (Red Beard, 1965)
    In a career built on statements on humanity, this is probably Kurosawa's grandest but yet most intimate reflection
  3. Tengoku to jigoku (High and Low, 1963)
    A nail-biter of a thriller that is also a testament to the power of cinema. The film's story partially helped Japan reexamine its lax kidnapping laws
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  1. Pickup On South Street (Fuller, 1951)
  2. Pickpocket (Bresson, 1959)
  3. Sparrow (To, 2008)
  1. The Music Room (Satyajit Ray, 1958)
  2. The Leopard (Luchino Visconti, 1963)
  3. The Last Emperor (Bernardo Bertolucci, 1987)
Just a beginning I want to add more
  1. Only God Forgives (NWR, 2013)
  2. Thief (Mann, 1981)
  3. Branded To Kill (Suzuki, 1967)
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  1. Pierrot Le Fou (1965) Directed by Jean Luc Godard
  2. Badlands (1978) Directed by Terrence Malick
  3. Moonrise Kingdom (2012) Directed by Wes Anderson
Take me back to the era when America's cities were dirty, grimy and seedy
  1. The Friends of Eddie Coyle (1973), Directed by Peter Yates
  2. Straight Time (1978), Directed by Ulu Grospard
  3. Killing Them Softly (2012), Directed by Andrew Dominik