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Thread: Style Movie Theater Presents: The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner

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    Hey, I love movies and I always notice when movies have great style. I thought I would do a fun little post every now and then bringing up some awesome movies for inspiration.


    The loneliness of the long distance runner is a great English film from 1962. It deals with teens in their rebellious youth. This movie drips style from scene to scene. There's one part of this movie that won't make give you some ideas. Besides the scene's of the teens running around downtown and making out on the beach the wardrobe here is great. They show a great mix of dapper and rebellion. This is a must see.


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    Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace are my favorites for style. Craig wore Sunspel for casual shirts and underwear and Brioni for suits. In Quantum of Solace it was all Tom Ford plus a couple pairs of cream Levi's. I think the movies both have admirable styles.


    I also think Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 (and 2, though 2 didn't have many wardrobes as it was a continuation and basically the finale scene of Part 1) is a great source of style. They have functional classics all throughout the movie and some of the nicest layers I know. Emma Watson does the best, but the guys are great for us to notice.


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    Both Casino Royale and Quantum are good choices. Also, under the radar here is Ryan Gosling's character in Fracture.


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