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Filmically Perfect

Willeman (film archivist, writer, and sometimes actor) came up with three simple defining rules for "The Perfect Movie." Each week they are joined by WYSO's Niki Dakota to focus on one film in a lively discussion about why it made their list, a list unenc

Copyright: 2006-2008, JT Anderson & Geo. Willeman

Filmically Perfect #77 "Elvis: That's The Way It Is" 1971

Mon, 05 May 2008 12:56:57 -0400

Denis Sanders created the perfect Elvis Time Capsule with his 1970 film Elvis: That's The Way It Is. Elvis fan or no, one cannot deny the power and influence this fellow from Memphis had on the world of popular music. Here we see him at the top of his newly regained powers, finally free of the crapulous films he had been making in the years preceding. Find the ORIGINAL version and revel in it!

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Filmically Perfect: #67 Guilty Pleasures II

Fri, 02 May 2008 17:37:26 -0400

Zardoz (1974), Love Actually (2003), and Vanishing Point (1971) It's been way too long since we rummaged around the back of our several cinematic closets to bring to you some films we love, but will never be on the Filmically Perfect List of Perfect Movies. And what a triple feature: A Psychedelic Sci-Fi epic, a British romantic Comedy, and a Classic 70's road movie! And as an added treat, the Film Guys let our own Niki Dakota ramble on about one of her favorites. Don't worry, it won't happen often. Just Kidding, Niki!

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Filmically Perfect "THE EXTERMINATING ANGEL" 1961

Fri, 02 May 2008 14:28:44 -0400

After returning from exile to his native Spain, director Luis Bu?uel made one his greatest and most controversial films--Viridiana. After its release, he found himself back on the slow boat to Churubusco, Mexico, where he made this very surreal and angry film, no doubt venting his cinematic spleen towards his Spanish foes.

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