Must Must Watch

Emil Viscony


TBAW is introducing Must Must Watch, a biweekly series where students will list their favourite movies of all time. This week, Emil Viscony tells TBAW about the 15 most important movies of his life.

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Emil’s Must Must Watch

Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)  – Gambit (2013) – True Grit (2010) – No Country For Old Men (2007)

I know people say that Inside Llewyn Davis was a boring movie, and it was. It was pretty uneventful, and it was really sad too, but I think if you stick to it, you can actually get something from it. I ended up thinking about it for a long time and I came to the conclusion that I actually liked it. Especially that cat – the cat was my fav.

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Inside Llewyn Davis

There Will Be Blood (2007)  – Punch Drunk Love (2002) –  Magnolia (1999) – Django Unchained (2012)

I know Adam Sandler has made a lot of bad movies, but I actually really liked him in Punch Drunk Love. I don’t know why he does crap like Grownups and Happy Gilmore, because he actually can be a decent actor.

Four Rooms (1995)  – The Station Agent (2003)  – The Master (2012) – A Serious Man (2009)

“Four Rooms is like the first movie that I ever remember seeing. It’s pretty cheapish comedy, but I’ve watched it a couple of times since and it just makes me feel good, so I like it.”

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Four Rooms

Grindhouse (2007) – Inglorious Basterds (2008) – Boogie Nights (1997) – Fargo (1996)

“Theres a lot of Tarantino on there, because I really like his stuff. I mean, have you seen Django Unchained,  it was no doubt my favourite movie of 2012. Especially the final scene, crazy good.

Burn After Reading (2008) –  Cigarettes and Coffee (1993) – O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000)

“Burn After Reading was a damn funny movie. I mean really funny. Also, George Clooney and Brad Pitt together on anything is already going to be gold (Oceans) I’ve seen it a couple of times now, and at first I didn’t really get it, but then when I saw it about a year ago, I loved it.

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