Most Invigorating Films (in progress)

Tags: 
  1. Metropolis-Lang (1926)
  2. Natural Born Killers-Stone (1994)
  3. Aliens-Cameron (1986)
  4. The Terminator-Cameron (1984)
  5. Hard Boiled-Woo (1992)
  6. Underground-Kusturica (1995)
  7. Touch of Evil-Welles (1958)
  8. Brazil-Gilliam (1985)
  9. Battleship Potemkin-Eisenstein (1925)
  10. Face/Off-Woo (1997)
  11. The Killer-Woo (1989)
  12. Raiders of the Lost Ark-Speilberg (1980)
  13. North by Northwest-Hitchcock (1959)
  14. The Kingdom-Von Trier (1994)
  15. Possession-Zulawski (1981)
  16. LA Confidential-Hansen (1997)
  17. Reservoir Dogs-Tarantino (1992)
  18. The Circus-Chaplin (1928)
  19. Mr Arkadin-Welles (1955)
  20. The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover-Greenaway (1989)
  21. Amores Perros-Inarritu (2005)
  22. M-Lang (1931)
  23. Blue Velvet-Lynch (1986)
  24. Lost Highway-Lynch (1997)
  25. Greed-Von Stroheim (1924)
  26. Pi-Aronofsky (1998)
  27. Raging Bull-Scorsese (1980)
  28. Once Were Warriors-Tamahori (1994)
  29. It's a Wonderful Life-Capra (1946)
  30. Requiem for a Dream-Aronofsky (2000)
  31. Texas Chainsaw Massacre-Hooper (1974)
  32. Trainspotting-Boyle (1996)
  33. Das Boot-Petersen (1981)
Author Comments: 

This doesn't necessarily mean the most "action-packed" films.

I went to Matthew Barney's Cremaster 3 in a theatre. At the intermission I wanted to FUCKING ROAR. And I JUST ABOUT DID before I noticed there were in fact 3 other people in the theater and i didn't want to embarrass myself.

Funny, I had the same experience watching George of the Jungle