Exhausted Wes Anderson's oeuvre, but love his distinctive style? Then check out this list of movies heavily influenced by his directorial style. Make sure to check out 'Eagle vs. Shark' starring Jemaine from 'Flight of the Concords'!
A trend that got rolling with the 'almost too neurotic to function' comedic maestro Woody Allen: enjoy watching these over-sensitive protagonists kvetch till they drop. Make sure to check out 'The Squid and the Whale' for some dysfunctional family fun!
Modern movies in the vein of 'Charlie Bartlett' or 'Rushmore': coming-of-age comedies with an independent feel to them. Watch these quirky youths becoming quirky young adults (who will, we can only assume, eventually become quirky senior-citizens)!
The landscape of modern teen cinema is hardly a wasteland, boasting such recent hits as 'DOPE' and 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl'. Enjoy this eclectic post millennial collection, which spans the comedic, dramatic, romantic, and everything inbetween!
Wait, you like The Smiths too? Wait, you are also discontented with the current state of popular culture? Wait, you are also on the brink of transitioning from one life-stage to another and find it troublesome to manage? Maybe, we should fall in love and have beautiful, sullen children with silly names like 'Gideon'! Right, that's enough abuse. These are the best modern Romantic Comedies with an indie feel!
The word 'Hipster' gets thrown around a lot, but what exactly are hipsters, and where did they come from? We've done our part in solving this mystery by compiling a list of films which define the cinematic hipster experience. And just for the record - none of us have handlebar mustaches.
For those not familiar with the term, this collection offers the very best dramatic comedy modern cinema has to offer: including Paul Giamatti in 'Sideways', Paul Giamatii in 'Win Win', Paul Giamatti in 'American Splendor'... wait a minute
Enjoy this eclectic - and admittedly subjective - list of films that define the millennial experience, ranging from brooding biopic 'The Social Network' all the way down to ostensibly-for-kids-but-really-geared-to-homesick-college-kids classic 'Toy Story 3'. No Gen-Xer wannabees allowed (we're looking at you Kanye)!