Movies That You Doubt Others Have Seen

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List them here!

Why?

Why not?

The Movie that I Doubt People Have Seen:

Gentlemen Broncos

I'm sure there are others who have seen these two, but I'll list them anyway.

Orphan and Doomsday.

Yep, people have seen them...

Marter:
I'm sure there are others who have seen these two, but I'll list them anyway.

Orphan and Doomsday.

Orphan I know of(haven't watched it), and I've seen some of Doomsday.

Marter:

Orphan and Doomsday.

Seen and love both.

Though that made me think of the movie Orphanage, which I doubt a lot of people have seen, is a fantastic movie.

zHellas:

Marter:
I'm sure there are others who have seen these two, but I'll list them anyway.

Orphan and Doomsday.

Orphan I know of(haven't watched it), and I've seen some of Doomsday.

Then Orphan still works. :p

Mystery Train
The original version of The Ladykillers

I don't really know what else. I'm sure somebody out there has seen them.

Julianking93:

Marter:

Orphan and Doomsday.

Seen and love both.

Though that made me think of the movie Orphanage, which I doubt a lot of people have seen, is a fantastic movie.

You win. Glad you liked both of them. I certainly did.

Lo

I doubt many people here will have seen it, if any at all.

Densha Otoko as well, although I kinda hope there are others who have.

Scamper the Penguin. Random animated movie I watched as a kid, along with other little-known kid's films like The Seventh Brother.

Me and You and Everyone We Know.

One of my favorite indie comedies. Nobody I talk to has ever even heard of it.

Marter:
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Both of them are fantastic movies, but highly underrated.

I'm actually amazed at how good both of them were, especially Orphan.

Marter:
I'm sure there are others who have seen these two, but I'll list them anyway.

Orphan and Doomsday.

Seen both :P

OT: Porno Holocaust. Yes, such a film exists.

Idiocracy

Every time I mention this movie people think Im crazy

Julianking93:

Marter:
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Both of them are fantastic movies, but highly underrated.

I'm actually amazed at how good both of them were, especially Orphan.

I was also shocked at their quality. I recommend them to people frequently, but no one takes me up on my suggestion. :/

Milo and Otis.

My favorite movie as a kid.

Marter:
I'm sure there are others who have seen these two, but I'll list them anyway.

Orphan and Doomsday.

Seen them both, didn't like either of them.

Doomsday just seemed like 3 separate half-finished movies were cut together to make something that made barely any sense, and yet inexplicably starred the same actress.

Orphan was decent, both not particularly original or interesting.

"Summer Storms"... it's a German film.. they made us watch it...

This one is definitely obscure to the people I know, and I'm saddened that no one I know has seen Once Upon a Time in the West or any other Sergio Leone western. Its a better genre than people give it credit for.

Marter:

Julianking93:

Marter:
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Both of them are fantastic movies, but highly underrated.

I'm actually amazed at how good both of them were, especially Orphan.

I was also shocked at their quality. I recommend them to people frequently, but no one takes me up on my suggestion. :/

I do too. No one ever watches them though. That may be because I only know people who can't sit still in a movie.

Ugh, that pisses me off. They'll fall asleep or get up and do something else during every movie and then say it sucks.

Gigaguy64:
Milo and Otis.

My favorite movie as a kid.

Seen it buddy...Oh wait...I don't count

Julianking93:

Though that made me think of the movie Orphanage, which I doubt a lot of people have seen, is a fantastic movie.

Seen it. I liked the movie, up until the ending, which I thought was rather weak, and kind of sappy.

Howl's moving castle and ponyo

Six String Samurai.

It's a post-apocalyptic road movie where the main character is a kung fu Buddy Holly.

FargoDog:

Marter:
I'm sure there are others who have seen these two, but I'll list them anyway.

Orphan and Doomsday.

Seen both :P

OT: Porno Holocaust.

I know that movie! Haven't seen it though... You like Cinema Snob?

Gigaguy64:
Milo and Otis.

My favorite movie as a kid.

Oh I remember that!

MortisLegio:
Idiocracy

Every time I mention this movie people think Im crazy

Seen it many times....

MortisLegio:
Idiocracy

Every time I mention this movie people think Im crazy

Haha, that movie is awesome. The ending is kind of weak, but the first hour had me literally rolling on the floor laughing.

I've seen The Orphanage and loved it. I've also seen the Orphan which wasn't as good.

I know some weird film but I wouldn't say any of them were not really well now.

One might be The Host. This completely awesome Korean Monster Movie that is both funny and has great dramatic story.

I've also seen Man Hunter which is what some people actually consider the first all though in direct Hannibal Lector Film. It has the actor who played Grissom on CSI and he is looking for a serial killer who is copying Hannibal Lector, so he visits him in prison. The actor is different but it's pretty good.

I've also seen The Killer Shrews this really bad and really old monster movie that has both really boring story and really bad costumes in that the monster are dogs wearing shag carpets and fake dentures. In one shot even you see the dog wagging it's tail while sitting behind a bush. Another film made by the same director is The Giant Gila Monster.

A small time film that my dad and his friends made but you can buy for a real cheap price is Space Zombie Bingo which is pretty fun.

AjimboB:

Julianking93:

Though that made me think of the movie Orphanage, which I doubt a lot of people have seen, is a fantastic movie.

Seen it. I liked the movie, up until the ending, which I thought was rather weak, and kind of sappy.

I liked it. I like the sappy endings and thought it was pretty strong.

Brick, but I'm pretty sure I got the idea to watch it from this forum.

The most underrated that I've seen is Waltz with Bashir. I would like to discuss it with other people, but no one I know has seen it. I loved the animation and there were more than a few really memorable scenes.

Pan's Labyrinth too. I feel like many of my friends don't really look at foreign films with the same excitement that I do. (Note: I think that more than a few people on this site have seen this one, but I'm considering this more in terms with the people that I personally know.)

EDIT: The Ghost Writer, previously released this year. While everyone I knew watched new mainstream releases, I checked this out based on critics' reviews and I loved every minute of it. This is probably my favorite movie of the year so far.

zHellas:

FargoDog:

Marter:
I'm sure there are others who have seen these two, but I'll list them anyway.

Orphan and Doomsday.

Seen both :P

OT: Porno Holocaust.

I know that movie! Haven't seen it though... You like Cinema Snob?

Yup, I was watching him long before Spoony put him up on his site, back in his Youtube days. Ironically, he led me to Spoony.

The Snob is awesome indeed. My friend managed to get a bootleg of Porno Holocaust and we watched it. It's even worse than CS makes it out to be.

A little trip to heaven.
An Icelandic/American film,directed by Baltasar Kormángur.Starring Forest Whitaker and Julia Stiles.I quite enjoy it.Even if the last 20 minutes or so make no sense at all.

Aura Guardian:

Gigaguy64:
Milo and Otis.

My favorite movie as a kid.

Seen it buddy...Oh wait...I don't count

Why don't you count?

Echer123:
Brick, but I'm pretty sure I got the idea to watch it from this forum.

The fact that I was ninja'd means that my post would be a lie. Love that film. ;)

Okay then...Y tu mama tambien?

zHellas:
Gentlemen Broncos

I put that on my Netflix queue as soon as I saw it was on DVD... still haven't got it yet, but my Netflix queue is insanely long and I'm just now getting movies I put on there months ago. The director of Napoleon Dynamite + Jemaine Clement is an amazing combo. How was it, by the way?

MortisLegio:
Idiocracy

Every time I mention this movie people think Im crazy

You must live in a pretty boring place if no one has even heard of that movie.

For me? The Baader Meinhof Complex (recent German film about the Red Army Faction and a thought provoking view into the minds of terrorists), Pandora's Box (foreign silent film from the 20's... featured one of the world's first flappers so I guess there's a bit of history behind it), Fido (less obscure, but I'm just hoping someone will say "Oh, I've seen that movie!" so I can add them as a friend because if you have you are amazing.), Whatever Works (or any Woody Allen movie, for that matter. Kids these days just don't appreciate Woody Allen like they should), and Adam (excellent indie drama that was so much better than Paper Heart which got more publicity than it needed to). I have a bunch that the people I know in real life haven't seen, but the Escapist is probably more familiar with such as Everything is Illuminated, Traitor (such and underrated movie), and Fantastic Mr. Fox.

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