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Metallica, Led Zeppelin, Pink Flyd, Tool, The Deftones, Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, The Smiths, The Smashing Pumpkins, At the Drive-in, The Mars Volta, Killswitch Engage, The Pixies, Bullet For My Valentine, Tom Waits, Radiohead, Sonic Youth, Rush, Jeff Buckley, Neil Young, Nirvana, Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, Rival Schools, Portishead, System Of A Down, Nick Drake, Thin Lizzy, The Cure, Mastodon, Meshuggah, Rammstein, R.E.M, In Flames, Rory Gallagher, Queen, Queens Of The Stone Age, Alice In Chains, Sigur Ros, Emerson Lake & Palmer, A Perfect circle, Audioslave, Giant Drag, Green Day, Placebo, Muse, Godsmack, The Beatles, Kings of leon, Weezer, Rage against the machine, Early Korn.
Donnie Darko, The Shawshank Redemption, Batman, Batman Begins, Twelve Monkeys, Schindlers list, The Godfather 1 & 2,
Total Recall, Sin City, Crash, Fight Club, From Dusk Til Dawn, Good Will Hunting, Ghost Dog, Romper Stomper, The Matrix, Trainspotting, The Big Lebowski, The Usual Suspects, The Untouchables, The Departed, American Beauty, Apocalypse Now, Brazil, Blade Runner, L.A. Confidential, La Haine, Ed Wood, No Country For Old Men, Carlitos Way, City Of God, Dick Tracy, Goodfellas, Harold and Maude, Inside I'm Dancing, Run Lola Run, Brick, Pulp Fiction, Alien, Aliens
Favourite T.V shows
The Simpsons, Family Guy, Curb your enthusiasm, American Dad, Heroes, South Park, Mr Show, Monk, The Mighty Boosh, Only Fools and Horses.
Donnie Darko (2001)
one of the best films of this decade so far
When I first heard about this film I did'nt know what to make of it. The fact that one of its central characters was a giant rabbit. Although after seeing it I was just blown away by it. Director Richard Kelly covers so many topics in this film such as teen alienation, family issues, school, time travel and philosophy.
The result is a powerful piece of social satire and American popular culture.
Jake Gyllenhall is superb as the rebellious James Dean style chacter who is told the world will end within a month.
The film demands repeat viewings as it can be hard to follow at times but is certainly a modern day masterpiece.
It is good to see this film finally getting the respect that it deserves.
Richard Kelly Roll on your next masterpiece.
Edward Scissorhands (1990)
A magical film
Tim Burton has proved himself as an amazing visual artist over the years with movies such as the first two batman films, The nightmare before Christmas and beetlejuice. But the film he is mostly remembered for is this towering achievement. It is almost like watching a modern day version of Frankenstein. Johny depp plays the role of the boy with garden shears for hands down to a tee. The dark imagery and haunting soundtrack from Danny Elfman make it all the more worhtwile to see. Although this movie might scare some children (I first saw it when I was 4 and it scared me to death) it is actually a beautiful fairy tale and a tragic love story about two people who are made for each other but their differences tear them apart. All in all I strongly recommend this wonderful gem from the master himself Tim Burton. Its a pity that he doesn't make more films like this today.
Drake & Josh (2004)
I was always a big fan of the nickelodeon shows of the early 90's shows such as all that, Kenan and Kel, Hey Arnold, rugrats and so many more. but at the end of the decade there were some bad programmes. There are still some annoying ones. But I have to say I was surprised with this. It is the only good show that nick have made this decade Drake Bell and Josh Peck have great chemistry together as the two step brothers who have to learn how to live with each other. Of course they are not the only good characters here. Megan their little sister is evil and hilarious at the same time as she constantly plays tricks on her brothers and the parents are also good but they could get funnier lines. I would like to see this show stay on the air for a good few years more and to see if Nick can make shows to match this.
The Great Mouse Detective (1986)
This is a truly an underrated film for Disney and it makes me sad that it does not get enough respect. Like Disney's version of Robin Hood it is a classic story re-enacted with animals, In this case it is Sherlock Holmes. Basically the story is set in Victorian London and the Sherlock like Basil is on an investigation to find a Doctor who has been kidnapped by the evil professor Ratigan (voiced by horror legend Vincent Price who surprisingly said it was his favourite role.) To sum it up I recommend to today's generation of kids (or people who probably did not see this when they were younger.) That they see this true Disney unappreciated classic the heroes are likable and the villain's are just plain nasty. I cannot praise this enough. Go and see it.