Silverdream wrote:It's amazing how Americanized Europe has become.
My favourite actors (Jack Nicholson and Robert Deniro, above all others) are American (Mel Gibson only counts as half-American), so when it comes to movies, I guess so, but series are a whole different story. I don't seem to like any series that come out of America apart from Married With Children, but I do like a couple of British series. Of course, you could argue England is the most Americanized country in Europe.
Also, I can't believe I forgot Starship Troopers.
It seems to me most European movies (I know) are more realistic, often emotionally heavy. They rely less on cheap thrills and are therefore probably less popular, but I'll be the first to admit I like a no-brainer Steven Seagal movie from time to time, so I'm not complaining (even though I think superhero movies such as Batman, weird penis, Avengers are a waste of time and money).
Giving props to Sweden: When Darkness Falls is a pretty good movie. Lilya 4-ever is also a masterpiece even though it's not fun to watch.
I also enjoyed Looking For Eric.
I only just remembered, and it took me some time to find back this title because it's ages since I saw it, but ROSEWOOD is one of the best movies I've ever seen.
Then there's No Country For Old Men which was really good, Edge Of Darkness which kicked ass, and Man On Fire (had to look this one up, it's been ages since I saw it).