Top Ten Alternative Movie List by Kulasa

Okay so here’s the few info why I choose this movies as my alternative list. It was 1979 when I was born in the year of the goat. I’m a Gemini and I enjoy all sorts of adventure as long as I can handle. I wasn’t privileged enough to watch some of the movies because I was a minor then. Now, as piracy invades everything, I managed to watch some of it and treat myself. Along with these, I choose these movies because of its awesome alternative soundtrack. You may just can’t get enough of it after hearing one and oh yes, watching it.

The Virgin Suicides 
(Directed by: Sofia Coppola, 1999)

This is the story of five doomed sisters (the Lisbons) who committed suicide. The movie is set in Michigan during 1970’s. The Virgin Suicides showcases the feelings of young and beautiful girls who want to explore more knowing the fact that there are several ‘adam’ beyond their grasp while adoring them. Still they were all miserable under the strict commands of their parents. I really feel sorry for them.

Natural Born Killers 
(Directed by: Oliver Stone, 1994)

I was almost stumbled and found out that doing cartwheels wasn’t really in my nerves then when I started to watch this. I had a bad headache after watching it.
Mickey and Mallory were victims of traumatic childhood. They fell in love the first time they saw each other and felt like there’s nobody can stop them. They became psychopathic serial killers. The movie shows all the killing spree Mickey and Mallory did and it was surprisingly glorified by mass media. The movie delivers crime, drama and romance plus elements of black comedy. Why black comedy? Actually, I really don’t know but there are scenes in here in the setting of a regular comedy tv show which in the end, they killed everybody. The graphic contents were really savaging as if like there’s no more tomorrow.

Pulp Fiction 
(by Quentin Tarantino, 1994)

The movie has seven sequences and it is not in chronological order. Surprisingly, it started at the diner and later on, the show is just getting started. Everything is delivered in ravaging art of cinematography. You’ll never get bored while watching this. My bet is when Mia Wallace (Uma Thurman) is O.D.in and Vincent Vega (John Travolta) is ready to give her an adrenalin shot right thru her heart to save her. By the way, Samuel Jackson got something nice to say…..”The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the iniquities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. Blessed is he who, in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of darkness, for he is truly his brother's keeper and the finder of lost children. And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious anger those who would attempt to poison and destroy My brothers. And you will know My name is the Lord when I lay My vengeance upon thee.”

Cruel Intentions 
(Roger Kumble, 1999)

It is all about the bet of two step – siblings. Kathryn bets Sebastian that if he won’t able to bed Annette then she will get Sebastian’s Jaguar but if Sebastian wins, he will get Kathryn. Sebastian played by Ryann Philippe who  is a happy – go – lucky type of guy which treats the opposite sex like clothing. Annette, on the other hand is a virgin who wants to wait true love. What will Sebastian and Annette’s chemistry then?
The Blair Witch Project 
(Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sánchez 1999)

Honestly, I got nightmares after seeing this flick. The story of three film students that are about to discover the urban legend Blair Witch. They happen to hike the Black Hills near Burkittsville, Maryland and unfortunately they never returned.

Jackass The Movie 
(Jeff Tremaine, 2002)

It all started when I watched these guys ten years ago in MTV Channel. Johnny Knoxville and friends wander from Japan with their Panda Costumes and most of their funny stunts all packed in this movie. Check out The Omelette made by Dave England! J J

Kill Bill 
(Quentin Tarantino, 2003)
The bride who played by Uma Thurman was now in conscious after a long coma. After gasping for an air, she touched her belly but her baby is gone. One thing is now running to her mind now, revenge. Titled as Black Mamba in her former group, Uma is now planning to terminate the Deadly Viper Assassination Squad by assassinating each one with vengeance and flare.

(Mark Neveldine, Brian Taylor 2006)

Chev Chelios is a British hitman that is poisoned by his opponent Carlito. He advised him to keep his adrenaline rushing constantly to keep him alive. So what’s in here to keep his adrenaline flowing activities? Find out more with this heart – pounding movie together with her girlfriend Eve.

Marie Antoinette 
(by Sofia Coppola, 2006)
This is the biography of Marie Antoinette, France’s ill – fated queen. She was married at the tender age of 14. Her life is no simple as it seems. Being a queen at the age of 19 making her deprived of teenage life. Her better half, Louis – Auguste, Dauphin of France, has been very busy with his community obligations making Marie Antoinette tastes the desires of adultery.

Death Proof 
(Directed by: Quentin Tarantino, 2007)
Now let me see some mind games in here…Death Proof will introduce you to two different group of girls. The first group likes wine and party while the other group likes guns and cars. Despite of differences, they all have one in common. They are all stalked by Kurt Russell, a scarred stuntman who has his own ‘death proof’ car. The rest is astonishingly organized by Tarantino. Bravura!

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