Manny Liotta

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Favorite films

  • The Last Picture Show
  • The Virgin Suicides
  • Mean Streets
  • Juliet of the Spirits

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  • EO

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  • Morvern Callar

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  • The Seven-Ups

  • Beau Is Afraid

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  • SPOTLIGHT LOVERS

    SPOTLIGHT LOVERS

    My new short film, 2 years in the making, 14 minutes long. It would mean the world if youā€™d watch it. I gave this so much of myself for you. Enjoy āœØšŸŽ¬

    https://vimeo.com/887560284

  • Poor Things

    Poor Things

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    Out LSDā€™s the work of Tim Burton & Lemony Snicket by gorging all our senses into a drop dead hilarious odyssey of sexual liberation that one wonā€™t be able to forget. So here for the WIDE lenses, Papa Lanthimos canā€™t fail.Ā Bella Baxter is all of us that started listening to GRIMES a lil too young.

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  • EO

    EO

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    Episodic confessions of a Confucius donkey. I cried again of course. Unbelievable how Jerzy is 85 years old and made such an energetic and vibrant experience of a film that blows the majority of young filmmakers out of the water.

  • Morvern Callar

    Morvern Callar

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    Purest example of melancholic and melodic. Transcendent filmmaking. We need Lynne Ramsay back in the directors chair as soon as possible, the medium begs for it at this point. Needle dropping ā€œDedicated To The One I Loveā€ by The Mama and the Papas in a slow-mo intense strobe club scene is the most baller and poignant move a filmmaker could make and only Ramsay could pull off that power to make it utterly unforgettable.

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  • Scary Movie

    Scary Movie

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    I don't care anymore. I'm rating this a 5. I have laughed at every little single stupid fucking thing in the movie for my entire life. This shit is amazing.

  • Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town

    Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town

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    Can we talk about how Miss Jessica has an acid trip ABBA sounding musical number of her own 3/4 of the way into this movie? It literally comes out of nowhere and lowkey destroys every other music number in a movie ever.