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Koroy

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3110 rankings / 407 movies / 2011 comments

34 days, 7 hours, 21 minutes spent watching movies

Koroy's Favorite Movies

The Prestige Titanic Toy Story 3 Jaws Saving Private Ryan The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Slumdog Millionaire Life of Pi Schindler's List The Departed

Koroy's Recently Added Movies

Argo Ant-Man Dunkirk Captain America: Civil War Gangs of New York

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Comments (376)

 
Danny237

Danny237 on 3/13/2015 Reply  · 

Good list, man. The Shawshank Redemption is an boring film

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Koroy

Koroy on 3/14/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks danny
I have seen bits and pieces of the Shawshank redemption
And didn't liked it that much too

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Danny237

Danny237 on 3/15/2015 Reply  · 

Hey, guy. You seen Anchorman ?

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Koroy

Koroy on 3/15/2015 Reply  · 

No i haven't seen it but some of my friends have seen it there reaction about that movie was polarized

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Danny237

Danny237 on 3/15/2015 Reply  · 

I recommend this film. Casablanca too, The Good the Bad and the Ugly... The one i disliked in your list of shame: The Shawshank Redemption

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Koroy

Koroy on 3/16/2015 Reply  · 

I sure will see all of them danny

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saddler16

saddler16 on 3/15/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks for the friend request man. I gotta say, The Prestige is a solid choice for your no. 1.

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Koroy

Koroy on 3/15/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks man i like your top 10 too ......i am a Clint Eastwood fan too american sniper million dollar baby all are damn good movie

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Koroy

Koroy on 3/15/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks man l like your list TOO......moreover i am also A clint Eastwood fan american sniper million dollar baby unforgiven are brilliant

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Danielod

Danielod on 3/15/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks for the friend request! You've got a solid list yourself. :) I highly recommend the movies on the best movies you haven't seen list. I've seen all of them except Pulp Fiction and Seven Samurai.

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Koroy

Koroy on 3/15/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah danielod i need to see them especially the godfather part 1& 2 .... oh and by this friday i will get pulp fiction from one of my friends(he is a big Quintin tarantino fan)

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Koroy

Koroy on 3/15/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah danielod i have too see those movies especially the godfather 1 & 2 .....oh and by this friday i would see pulp fiction one of my friend(he is a big Quintin Tarantino fan)will be giving me the movie

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Caesar

Caesar on 3/16/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks very much! You also have an awesome list. :)

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Koroy

Koroy on 3/16/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks caesar

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Wade92

Wade92 on 3/16/2015 Reply  · 

Sweet list man! You've got a lot of great films there. I read in the above comments that you plan on checking out Pulp Fiction soon. That's such a great film I hope you enjoy it :) Any other films on your "best films you haven't seen" that you really want to check out?

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Koroy

Koroy on 3/16/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks wade92 :-) well i really want to see the The Godfather triology along with casbalanca and citizen kane all are renound masterpieces

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Danny237

Danny237 on 3/16/2015 Reply  · 

Hey, there! I replied to you on my profile :)

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Wade92

Wade92 on 3/16/2015 Reply  · 

Nice! Those are all excellent films (well except I didn't care for Godfather III quite as much haha) but I definitely recommend checking them all out since they are all classics and deservedly so.

Haha yeah I really enjoy Home Alone. It's not a film you see on a whole lot of top 10s on this site but it's been one of my favorites since childhood.

I see you really like Toy Story 3. That was such a perfect end to the trilogy since I grew up with that series. What do you think of them making a Toy Story 4?

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Koroy

Koroy on 3/17/2015 Reply  · 

I agree with you whole heartly Wade92 .Toy story 3 was the perfect ending to a perfect triology. I am pumped up for toy story 4.I really like pixar and them making another sequel is more than welcome to me.But i am also caught in a dilema that what if it is not as good as is predecessors??? Can they outperform toy story 3 ending?? I am having my fingers crossed for ts4 :-) he he

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TheEgant

TheEgant on 3/17/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks bro! Yours looks great also. Good taste bro!

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Koroy

Koroy on 3/17/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks

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Danielod

Danielod on 3/17/2015 Reply  · 

Yes! :) Its one of my favorite movies, and I see its also one of your favorites. :)

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Koroy

Koroy on 3/17/2015 Reply  · 

Yes the departed is one of my favourites too

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Danny237

Danny237 on 3/17/2015 Reply  · 

Yes! The shows have won the Oscar. :)
Hey, The Shining has been my favorite for 11 years. And The Prestige as your ?

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Danny237

Danny237 on 3/17/2015 Reply  · 

Woops! He should*

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Wade92

Wade92 on 3/18/2015 Reply  · 

That's my biggest fear for Toy Story 4. The ending of Toy Story 3 had so much emotional impact and absolutely nailed it so I don't want to see it go downhill.

As for the Inception ending, I like to believe that he made it back to his kids. For a while when I first saw it I thought that the whole thing is a dream but as time has gone on I feel like he really made it back to his kids in the real world. There are all kinds of theories online (some better than others) but really I look to the top spinning. In the rest of the film the top has a constant and consistent spin but in the last shot it starts to waver for the first time. I also remember there being something about Cobb's wedding ring signifying whether he is in a dream or not but I can't remember how it goes, I'd have to check again. What are your thoughts on the Inception ending, Koroy?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 3/19/2015 Reply  · 

Have you ever heard the little theory for The Prestige?

*SPOILERS*

Some people argue that Sarah didn't actually die by her own hand but was actually murdered by the Borden twin that loved Olivia? The way that it is presented in the film could go either way but it certainly seems a little suspicious. Plus, the presence of birds in film often has a link to trickery or misdirection and they show the birds more than once in the scene. I think it would certainly make sense if the crueler Borden twin was behind it since he had such extreme dedication to keeping up his greatest illusion. He never loved Sarah and after all she outright admitted to him that she "knew what he was". He saw her as a great threat and knew she would let their secret out eventually. Plus, that line a scene or two later when Olivia says that Sarah had contacted her and had something important to tell her is interesting as well. Any thoughts on this?

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Danny237

Danny237 on 3/19/2015 Reply  · 

Titanic is very good too! Before The Shining, my favorite, for 4 years, A Bug's Life, the my first in cinema, 6.
Hey, i think 'THE END' is an dream, and you ?

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robmoviefilms13

robmoviefilms13 on 3/20/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks, man! You've got some great films in there too.

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Danny237

Danny237 on 3/21/2015 Reply  · 

For me, Inception's ending is an dream, and Freddy Vs. Jason, and Taxi Driver, and A Nightmare on Elm Street 2010, and Toy Story 3, and Titanic, and The Terminator, and The Shawshank Redemption, and The Shining

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Danny237

Danny237 on 3/21/2015 Reply  · 

And One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest!

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Wade92

Wade92 on 3/22/2015 Reply  · 

I agree, he makes really good films. That's one thing I love about his films is that you can discover new things every time you re-watch them. I also like how in each film he throws in a subtle nod to film he made directly before it.

It's tough for me to say about the ending of The Prestige. In the end, both of them really lost something and there is no clear winner. If I'd have to pick one I would say Borden came out on top. Angier kept pushing his obsession way too far and in the end it ended up costing him. Borden gets final justice over Angier and gets to live with his daughter so I see him as the winner.

As for acting, it's really a toss up. As an actor I like Christian Bale more but in this film they were both excellent. I can't really say one or the other haha

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Wade92

Wade92 on 3/25/2015 Reply  · 

What did you think of The Wolf of Wall Street? That just might be my favorite Scorsese picture :)

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Wade92

Wade92 on 3/26/2015 Reply  · 

Cool. For me I'd rank Scorsese's films as:

1. The Wolf of Wall Street
2. Goodfellas
3. Taxi Driver
4. Casino
5. The Aviator
6. Shutter Island
7. Raging Bull
8. Gangs of New York
9. The Departed
10. The King of Comedy
11. Cape Fear

That guy can really make a good movie! I'm looking forward to his next film, Silence, with Liam Neeson and Andrew Garfield due out in 2016.

What did you think of Jurassic Park and Temple of Doom? And just out of curiosity, any particular reason you watched Temple of Doom before Raiders of the Lost Ark? I noticed it's on your list of "best you've never seen :)

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Wade92

Wade92 on 3/27/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah, the sequels just are not the same. I like The Lost World but it doesn't match the original. What do you think of the upcoming Jurassic World? Are you looking forward to it? I can't believe it's finally being made after they've been talking about it since way back in 2004.

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Danny237

Danny237 on 3/30/2015 Reply  · 

The King of Comedy's ending IMO is an dream too! I think Gravity ending is really. Hey, you seen the first and second Toy Story ? I think the 3rd is good, but an disappointment for me :)

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Wade92

Wade92 on 3/30/2015 Reply  · 

To be honest, I'm not all that big on the Marvel Studios films. I enjoyed the first Iron Man and Winter Soldier to a certain extent, and I thought First Avenger and The Avengers were alright but otherwise I find them all kind of underwhelming. I know they are not really meant for comic book readers like myself and are there more to entertain general audiences with visual spectacle rather than the storytelling aspects that I'm far more interested in. To me, Marvel Studios is just too family friendly (and I know they make far more money catering to a wider audiences) but to me the characters are far more interesting when they are utilized in more mature storytelling.

I wish the films would focus much more on subjects like Tony Stark's alcoholism and the devastating effects it has on his public and personal life. Steve Roger's story could be much more tragic as he deals with severe depression and struggling to fit in with the modern world while most of the people he used to know have either passed away or are very old. Thor should face extreme and violent backlash from the public after claiming to be a god, something that the public would find highly offensive. And I'm sure they will not even touch on Ant-Man being an individual who is physically abusive in his relationships. Flaws or struggles like this bring to mind the question, "why should some of these people even be considered heroes" and forces them rise up and become better people. For me Marvel Studios just needs to be more edgy.

Sorry for the little rant haha. And I'm someone that really enjoys comic book films, I just don't really care for the Marvel Studios films. Nothing wrong with liking those films, they are just not for me. In the end, I'm happy that Marvel Studios is popular because that just means more superhero movies :) The new DC films seems to be more my thing. I'm someone who actually really enjoyed Man of Steel and I'm really looking forward to the upcoming DC films like Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad since they seem to have a little more of the edgyness that I'm looking for.

Any thoughts on the upcoming DC films? Have they peaked your interest or do you think they will be a total wreak trying to recapture the success Marvel Studios has had?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 3/31/2015 Reply  · 

Good question. Tough to narrow it down but I would say:

1. Spider-Man
2. Batman
3. Daredevil

Those are are probably my favorite comic book heroes, if we're talking their film counterparts it would be different (Daredevil wouldn't be nearly that high haha). I always go back and forth on Spider-Man and Batman. Really tough to say which one I like more.

Have you seen many Ben Affleck films? Especially his more recent ones like The Town, Gone Girl, and Argo?

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Danny237

Danny237 on 3/31/2015 Reply  · 

This is my Schindler's list for Pixar's films:
1. Toy Story 2
2. A Bug's Life
3. Toy Story
4. Finding Nemo
5. UP
6. Monsters, Inc
7. The Incredibles
8. Ratatouille
9. Toy Story 3
10. WALL•E
11. Monsters University
12. Cars
13. Cars 2
14. Brave
You have an 'Schindler's list'?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 4/1/2015 Reply  · 

I actually enjoy Ben Affleck's work quite a bit. Not saying he's the greatest actor of all time or anything but I like watching his films. When he was first announced as Batman it seemed like I was one of the few people actually looking forward to it haha! My favorite film of his is for sure The Town. Really great film and I love the book that it's based off of, "Prince of Thieves" as well. I agree Renner was the standout but I enjoyed the whole cast.

I also really like him in Gone Girl, The Company Men, Good Will Hunting, Dazed and Confused, and Hollywoodland. I've seen quite a few others but those are the highlights.

I thought Argo was a very good film as well. I was glad it won best picture. Personally, I like Django Unchained more from the other candidates but Argo was my runner up.

Any films you plan on watching soon?

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Danny237

Danny237 on 4/1/2015 Reply  · 

Good list! But Shark Tale is an DremWorks's film and Lion King is Disney's film :)
Yes! I seen all films ranked between 1 and 915, but i need to add!
I loved 12 Years! Give 9 out of 10! Ranked at #192 in my chart :)

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Danny237

Danny237 on 4/4/2015 Reply  · 

Wow, coincidence: My no. 9 and your no. 9 are starring Ralph Fiennes. Hehe.
But, in my 9, is leading role, and in your, is supporting. What you think about Spectre ? :)

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Danny237

Danny237 on 4/5/2015 Reply  · 

My favorite James Bond is Sean Connery!
This is my list of James Bond:
1- Goldfinger (1964)
2- Dr. No (1962)
3- From Russia with Love (1963)
4- Casino Royale (2006)
5- Thunderball (1965)
6- Skyfall (2012)
7- The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
8- You Only Live Twice (1967)
9- GoldenEye (1995)
10- Diamonds are Forever (1971)
11- Licence to Kill (1989)
12- On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)
13- The Living Daylights (1987)
14- Moonraker (1979)
15- For Your Eyes Only (1981)
16- Live and Let Die (1973)
17- Quantum of Solace (2008)
18- Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)
19- The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)
20- The World is not Enough (1999) First James Bond i seen in the theater :) 7, Spectre i'll see with 23.
21- Never Say Never Again (1983)
22- Octopussy (1983) - a bad year to Bond
23- Die Another Day (2002)
24- A View to a Kill (1985)
:) Spectre sound me exciting!
I seen Bond, for the first time, 6! Goldfinger is nostalgia for me :)
Your favorite Bond is Daniel Craig ?
That's my list
1- Sean Connery
2- Roger Moore
3- Daniel Craig
4- Timothy Dalton
5- Pierce Brosnan
6- George Lazenby :)
Hey, you seen Temple of Doom and Kingdom of the Crystal Skull before Raiders of the Lost Ark ? :)

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Danny237

Danny237 on 4/6/2015 Reply  · 

If you can't add the film, the button is not included.

Sean Connery is really the best. I'm british (England), but really loved Connery's Bond! No problem if, he came from Scotland! I can't see any films (Ex: Schindler's List, Lawrence of Arabia) twice.
Nice! What you think about Shyamalan ? :)

Pierce is really bad, but i hated Lazenby! The film is ok, but i prefer Pierce'sPierce's Bond. :)

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Wade92

Wade92 on 4/7/2015 Reply  · 

Dude, definitely check out Whiplash if you get the chance! It's such a cool movie. I was worried I would be let down since everyone always says such good things but it actually surpassed my expectations. Miles Teller and J. K. Simmons really did a heck of a job in that one.

Yep, I sure have seen American Beauty! Definitely a great film. Have you see it?

Any thoughts on Silver Lining's Playbook?

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Danny237

Danny237 on 4/9/2015 Reply  · 

What you think about Bond's songs ? You have an favorite ?
My favorite is Nobody Does It Better (The Spy Who Loved Me). That's a emotional song.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 4/9/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah, 1999 was quite a year for film. American Beauty, The Green Mile, Fight Club, The Sixth Sense, and The Matrix are all excellent. I actually just watched Blair Witch Project for the first time today. Too be honest I don't know if I'll ever watch it again. I know it was really groundbreaking and all but I thought it was just alright. It probably would be a lot more freaky watching it when it was first released and you were not really sure if it was real or not :)

I really enjoyed Bradley Cooper's performance in American Hustle/Sniper as well. My favorite performance of his is in The Place Beyond the Pines. Have you seen that one?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 4/9/2015 Reply  · 

I really recommend it if you ever want to check it out. It's kind of like a book in that it has three distinct stories or chapters of sorts that all flow together. It's a really great drama.

Yeah, I'd say I like John Travolta alright. I really like him Pulp Fiction, Saturday Night Fever, Grease, and Carrie. I've seen him in a couple other films as well but those weren't as memorable. I wish he would be in something big nowadays that would revitalize his career like Pulp Fiction did. Now he's just kind of seen as the "Adele Dazeem" guy haha. I felt bad for him when that happened but it was still pretty funny. We all make mistakes. A buddy of mine found a John Travolta name generator online where you type in your name and it translates it to how John Travolta would say it :) We shared a great deal of laughs over that haha but I digress...

As an actor I like the guy but I don't know much for his personal life. I hear he's supposed to be real nice to fans and such but that whole Scientology thing kind of bugs me out. What do you think of Mr. Travolta?

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Danny237

Danny237 on 4/9/2015 Reply  · 

No problem :)
I agree! Before The Village, Shyamalan really made good films. The Happening, After Earth and The Last Air Bender are in my top 100 of LEAST favorites...
I really liked Skyfall, but Nobody Does It Better, Goldfinger too, came from 90's kid, to 00's teen, and 10's young adult :).
Hey, you seen the Shining ? This not noticed at your list of shame :)

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Wade92

Wade92 on 4/9/2015 Reply  · 

Haha that Oscar appearance was a little bizarre. Apparently it was all planned out though but I'm not sure if I buy that. For a second I thought he was going to accidentally screw up the name again :)

Yep, Tom Cruise is pretty much the celebrity mascot for Scientology. That whole things just doesn't sit right with me. You always seem to hear absolute horror stories surrounding it. The rules and punishments they have are crazy and they really seem to manipulate people's lives. Pretty messy business if you ask me.

Speaking of Tom Cruise, what do you think of him?

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Danny237

Danny237 on 4/10/2015 Reply  · 

I really loved Skyfall theme song: that's beautiful and fantastic :)

Yes! I loved Sixth Sense and Usual Suspects. That's my top 5:
1- Psycho 1960 (#2)
2- Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (#49)
3- The Sixth Sense (#461)
4- The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (#95)
5- The Others (#734)

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Danny237

Danny237 on 4/11/2015 Reply  · 

Yep! In my top 5 of contemporary actors, the first is he. :) I seen 20 films starring TC
That's my list:
1- Eyes Wide Shut
2- Rain Man
3- Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol
4- Magnolia
5- Minority Report
6- A Few Good Men
7- Jerry Maguire
8- The Last Samurai
9- Born on the Fourth of July
10- Interview with the Vampire
11- Edge of Tomorrow
12- Mission: Impossible III
13- Mission: Impossible
14- War of the World
15- Mission: Impossible II
16- Top Gun
17- Oblivion
18- Jack Reacher
19- Vanilla Sky
20- Knight and Day
Who are your favorites films who are growing up ?
The my are Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (#49, at this moment), Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (#310), Muppets Take Manhattan (I moved of #204 to #87), and Airplane! (#29).
Maybe A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors (#327), and The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (#217). I need to re-watch Brazil (#147), The Thing (#141), and Time Bandits (#2#202)

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Danny237

Danny237 on 4/11/2015 Reply  · 

Cool. :)

The Artist is my favorite film of 2011 :)
Loved Beauty and the Beast.
Hm, i seen, before, you hated Django Unchained. Is my 3rd of Tarantino, and i really liked it. You see over 1000 films, once ?
Gladiator is really good, my 3rd of Ridley Scott :). The day i seen it are the first time, i see Big Bentley hehe

Glad you liked Godfather :)

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Wade92

Wade92 on 4/11/2015 Reply  · 

I like Tom Cruise quite a bit. Always a fun guy to watch onscreen even though he's one of those people where you see the actor more than the character haha. I completely agree with you about him losing his variety in roles. He's great in action films and really sells stunts well but I just wish he'd throw a few different types of roles into the mix to really show his range.

My favorite films of his are Top Gun, A Few Good Men, Rain Man, Edge of Tomorrow, and The Last Samurai. I still really need to see Magnolia and Born of the Fourth of July someday.

Have you seen many Paul Thomas Anderson films? I've only seen There Will Be Blood and Boogie Nights but I loved both of them. I still want to check out Magnolia, The Master, and Inherent Vice.

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Danny237

Danny237 on 4/12/2015 Reply  · 

I like Mel Gibson as an action, my favorite films from he is Mad Max and The Road Warrior, but too liked the first Lethal Weapon, and really loved he's cameo in Chicken Run. Gallipoli and The Patriot was ok. I dind't care Lethal Weapon 2, 3, and 4, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, Maverick and Ransom remake at all. The Year Living Dangerously is pretty underrated. And Signs, i agree the first half was ok.
Braveheart is wonderful and fantastic, i enjoyed it :)
Hey, what are your sequels favorites ?
That's my 5 favorites
1- Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn
2- Toy Story 2
3- Godfather 2
4- The Road Warrior (Mad Max 2)
5- Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues
Too liked Scream 2 better than the original :)

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Danny237

Danny237 on 4/12/2015 Reply  · 

Nice.

I too think The Two Towers is the worst of the trilogy.
But, i hate The Dark Knight.
Kill Bill vol. 2 is really better than the original.
And Aliens is fantastic, but the first, member of my top 20, is better.

What you think about horror classics and your unique style, like Halloween and A Nightmare on Elm Street ?

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Danny237

Danny237 on 4/12/2015 Reply  · 

I actually hate the horror genre.
Insidious and The Conjuring are ranked behind 1100 on my Flickchart.
But, i love 1970-1980's terrifying style of the horror genre, like atmosphere on The Shining.
A Nightmare on Elm Street is great and in my top 100, Dream Warriors and New Nightmare was fantastic too.
Halloween is so powerful, so fantastic. Easily member of my top 10.
The Exorcist was fantastic too! This is so disturbing.
I like Pet Sematary, The Birds and the first Friday the 13th too :)
What you think about Stephen King's stories and your unique atmosphere ?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 4/12/2015 Reply  · 

I highly recommend There Will Be Blood, Koroy! It's a really good film.

Of what I've seen of Daniel Day-Lewis's work so far, I really enjoy it. He was absolutely brilliant as Daniel Plainview in There Will Be Blood. It was the kind of performance that just completely held your attention. I thought he was also excellent in Martin Scorsese's Gangs of New York which I think is kind of an underrated film at times. I thought he was perfect for the role of Lincoln as well. (I still need to see Last of the Mohicans haha). From what I've seen of his work so far I could definitely see him in the running for some of the greatest actors. He has such dedication to each role he takes on and always seems to give an excellent performance.

What are your thoughts on Daniel Day-Lewis, Koroy?

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Danny237

Danny237 on 4/12/2015 Reply  · 

I read many books and shots of Stephen. The terrifying atmosphere make my style :).
My favorite book from he is IT, but i loved and enjoyed The Shining, not a great fan of Carrie, but DePalma's film is well-made and really good. Christine was ok, and i liked Green Mile shot, but i unliked Shawshank Redemption.

My favorite films from he's books is The Shining (obvious, hehe), Stephen King's The Shining, The Dead Zone, Stand by Me and Misery :).

What your thoughts on Life of Pi and Slumdog Millionaire ?

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Danny237

Danny237 on 4/13/2015 Reply  · 

Hey, you see an film at an Premiere ? I see Anchorman 2 in 2013, when i in Sydney, Australia. Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, David Koechner, and Adam McKay are presents :). I have the video on my phone.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 4/12/2015 Reply  · 

Those are all great actors. My personal favorite top five actors would probably be:

1. Leonardo DiCaprio
2. Christian Bale
3. Robert De Niro
4. Clint Eastwood
5. Joseph Gordon-Levitt

DiCaprio and Bale are definitely my favorites but my other favorite actors change from time to time. Who would you say are your favorite actresses?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 4/13/2015 Reply  · 

Oh, and I forgot an obvious one for me! I really like Jake Gyllenhaal as well. He's probably my #3 or #4 haha

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Danny237

Danny237 on 4/14/2015 Reply  · 

Yep, that's phenomenal!

Slumdog Millionaire and Life of Pi are great, but what you think about the leading role ? Are indian characters, no ?

The x-factor in my taste is the hotel story :)

Shining, Psycho, and Grand Budapest are hotel stories (obvious). I love hotel stories much as well! Barton Fink, Grand Hotel (1932), and many films are fantastic!

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Wade92 on 4/14/2015 Reply  · 

Haha no worries. There are times when I love the auto-correct feature on my phone and times when it drives me nuts.

Yeah, I really like Joseph Gordon-Levitt. The first thing I saw him in was Angels in the Outfield which I loved as a kid (I still do) and then I saw Inception in 2010 and thought the guy who played Arthur was really good. I was amazed when someone told me it was the kid from Angels in the Outfield! Since then I've watched a lot of his stuff. Looper, 50/50, Premium Rush, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Lincoln - I thought he was great in all of them. Inception, The Dark Knight Rises, Don Jon, and (500) Days of Summer are my favorites of his. I'm really looking forward to his new film The Walk with Robert Zemeckis as well. Overall, he just seems like a real cool guy in interviews and everything.

I see you recently added a Harry Potter film. Do you like that series and have you read the books at all? They were something that was really big when I was growing up.

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Danny237 on 4/14/2015 Reply  · 

Nice! I want to visit India, an day :)

Man, i think the greatest reason of The Shining is my #1 is why i experienced it! In 1998, my dad caretaker of an hotel in the same season of Shining :), for me, The Shining is my absolutely favorite, i seen it over 1000 times! A great british horror and journey into madness!

Yep, the ghosts of Shining is an illusion of the madness in my ending theory (Jack/Grady in the picture). I love Wes Anderson style and The Grand Budapest Hotel is your masterpiece by far! And Psycho was fantastic, solid member of my top 5. Casablanca, Halloween, and Jaws are hunters of my #2, hehe. :)

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Danny237 on 4/15/2015 Reply  · 

Yep, hehe. 1 time/1 Day in 100 days of the year :). (In fourth of July, making 12 years i meet the Shining!). Titanic was so long, but an fantastic film! I ranked in my top 500! Really enjoyable film!

Oh, hehe, i think the ghosts i seen are fruit of my imaginary 6 year old world. Hehe. Or an sixth sense in six year old me ?

Cool! I lookin' forward for it :). Brazil, Australia, Germany, USA, and Italy are the countries i visited :). India own one of the 7 wonders of the world, right ?

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Danny237 on 4/15/2015 Reply  · 

In USA reason, i lived in Manhattan between July and December of 2012. :).

In Brazil and Italia reasons, because of my job. :)

And Germany and Australia, i in vacation :).

Yep, i see Taj Mahal on Slumdog Millionaire. I want to see all the se7en wonders of the world. :).
You live in New Delhi ?
I was born and live in London! :)


You recently added 1968's Planet of the Apes. What your thoughts ?

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Danny237 on 4/15/2015 Reply  · 

No problem, man. :)
I'm 22 year-old, on fourth of July, i'll 23 :).

I love Planet of the Apes! At this moment, is my #28 :).

You haven't seen The Incredibles yet ?

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Wade92 on 4/17/2015 Reply  · 

They were a big par of my growing up as well. I highly recommend reading the books some day if you really dig the films. Prisoner of Azkaban and Half-Blood Prince are probably my favorites of the films. Which ones do you like the best?

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Danny237 on 4/18/2015 Reply  · 

Is an great film! Very different superhero film, and the masterpiece of Brad Bird. Brad Bird is just the director i ranked all films behind my top 30 and beyond 500. What did you think about Tomorrowland ? Look forward for it ?

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Wade92 on 4/19/2015 Reply  · 

Yep, I have seen the trailer. The first time I watched it I thought it was good, not great. The more and more I watch it the more I love it. I love how it seems like the events at the end of Man of Steel will have a big impact on this film. Personally, I like how dark the film looks visually as well. I know that's not for everyone but I like the darkness and the rain. The music by Hans Zimmer and Junkie XL was great too, can't wait to hear more of it. I liked how it was just a tease too. The film is still about a year away so they don't want to show too much yet. I thought Ben Affleck looks great as Batman too. The way they're utilizing the voice modulator for Batman's voice just like in the comic books was a very nice touch as well.

I'd like to hear your reasons for not liking it quite as much if you'd like to share :)

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Wade92 on 4/20/2015 Reply  · 

That's the cool thing about that trailer is regardless of how people feel about it, it has a lot of people talking.

What did you think of Planet of Apes?

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HorrorHistorian5 on 4/21/2015 Reply  · 

Hello I'm doing a survey-what bad film or not so great one do you love or rank really high cause : A- either for nostalgia or B- you just really love watching it or maybe you love the film for no good reason

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Danny237 on 4/22/2015 Reply  · 

I hasn't see the trailer yet. I just little busy, and yesterday, i have re-watch Halloween 78 (That's redefined my all-time favorite after 11 years) and The Texas Chain Saw Massacre 1974 with my brother. But, the people are saying it's incredible. If Zack Snyder make who he maked in Watchmen, i really expecting very much it. :)
Yep, i'll go see Tomorrowland in an critic premiere. :), look' forward for it. Poltergeist and Mad Max: Fury Road sound me very cool too. And not only by those i look forward! That's a happy moment for me, man! :). I lookin' forward for an baby too! Man, my girlfriend is pregnant. Oh, man, i just want to screaming in the top of a mountain! In 7 months, i will be father! I just unprepared, haha! :)

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Danny237 on 4/22/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks, man; :)

Course, i will tell you :), probably only in november!

Honestly, I never stopped to think! Haha, but probably very soon! :)

I do not know what to feel! People say that I look like hysterical, but should be a thing of the moment. For sure I will like it very much. :)

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Wade92 on 4/23/2015 Reply  · 

I enjoyed the original quite a bit. I already knew the ending going in so it didn't have the impact that it would have but it was quite an entertaining watch. I haven't seen any of the other older films. I've seen part of the Tim Burton one but didn't really care for it. I liked Rise of the Planet of Apes quite a bit. Dawn of the Planet of Apes was decent but didn't quite meet my expectations.

Any new or old films you plan on watching soon?

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Danny237 on 4/25/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks, man. :)

To tell the truth, i loved Gone Girl! Is my all-new David Fincher's favorite film, before was Zodiac. Well-directed, well-acted, and well-executed, i just didn't like the Ben Affleck's nude scene! Haha.

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Wade92 on 4/27/2015 Reply  · 

I love David Fincher as a director! He's definitely one of my favorites. His films are visually flawless (probably because he does like a hundred takes of each shot haha) and he always tells such an interesting story with his films.

I would rank his films as follows:

1. Zodiac
2. Gone Girl
3. The Social Network
4. Se7en
5. Fight Club
6. The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
7. Panic Room
8. The Game
9. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

How would you rank Fincher's films?

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Wade92 on 4/27/2015 Reply  · 

Oh man, The Social Network is such an awesome film! It's for sure one of the best films of the last ten years. It was actually the first Fincher film that I saw. I remember seeing the trailer for and thinking it was absolutely ridiculous they were making a film about Facebook. I had no intention of seeing it but I caught part of it on HBO one day like a year after it was released and I absolutely loved it. Plus the score by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross is incredible. They knocked it out of the park with that score. Their score for Gone Girl was eerie and fantastic as well.

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Danny237 on 4/28/2015 Reply  · 

Course, haha.

What did you think about Liam Neeson ? What are your favorite film from he ?
I love Schindler's List, but my favorite film starring he is 'Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues'.

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Danny237 on 4/29/2015 Reply  · 

Very slow, but was an fantastic masterpiece. In 2014 consensus, just cannot beat The Grand Budapest Hotel!
You have see the 8 87th Academy Award nominated ?
The Grand Budapest Hotel: Fantastic, 10/10 (#6)
Boyhood: Too fantastic, 10/10 (#38)
To remember: after 10 years, since 2004, this is the 2nd year who 2 films are all-new members of my top 100!
Whiplash: Very good, well-acted, too fantastic. 9/10 (#205)
Birdman: A bit overrated, but was good. 7/10 (#779)
Selma: Very overrated, but not awful, was ok. 6/10 (#872)
The Imitation Game: Meh! 5/10 (#1244)
American Sniper: Meh! 5/10 (#1387)
The Theory of Everything: Just rubbish. 2/10 (#2006)

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Danny237 on 4/29/2015 Reply  · 

Wow, you really hated Birdman ?
You can say that's is the 2nd worst film ever, see 'RoboCop 2'. This is the worst film ever!

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Wade92 on 4/30/2015 Reply  · 

I completely agree man! Inception was the best score that year with The Social Network very close behind.

As for Boyhood...I LOVE it! I loved it the first time I watched it but was worried it wouldn't be as great the second time but fortunately I was wrong. I can see why people think it's boring but I love how it's not just a bunch of milestones. It's just random memories that show how Mason became the man that he is at the end. A lot of times those are the memories that stick out the most when looking back are just little moments that seem insignificant at the time but end up sticking with you forever.

It was a very emotional film for me as well. I'm just a few years older than Mason so I really connected with the cultural milestones since I was roughly the same age. The film feels very real and honest so it made me think a lot about my own life and how fast time has gone by. It's a little scary to think about haha.

As cool as it is to see Mason grow up, I'm equally as fascinated by his parents aging and how they mature themselves over time. Mason's dad goes through such a great change through the film and it was equally as fascinating to watch as it was for the kid Mason.

I thought it was an excellent idea for a film and it was perfectly executed. I've thought for years that someone should make a film where flashbacks are portrayed by the same actors as their younger selves rather than getting a younger person that looks similar and now it kind of happened haha. The director Richard Linklater really did a phenomenal job with film. Definitely my favorite film of his right along with Dazed and Confused.

What do you think of Boyhood?

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Danny237 on 5/1/2015 Reply  · 

That's a warning! RoboCop 2 is the bad sequel example.

The good example of an sequel is Anchorman 2. The Super-Sized R-Rated Version is soooooooooooooooooooooooo funny, probably the best thing you must see.

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Danny237 on 5/1/2015 Reply  · 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--IQbwnuyM8
An cuted song! Enjoy.

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Danny237 on 5/1/2015 Reply  · 

Yes, man. The best film he is Toy Story by far, but Cast Away is very enjoyable too, and Forrest Gump and The Green Mile are funny. The Da Vinci Code is very bad at all, Larry Crowne too.
What did you think about he ? After Toy Story 3, what are your favorite movies ?

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Danny237 on 5/2/2015 Reply  · 

Oh, Yeah man. I forgot Saving Private Ryan in my top 100. And Apollo 13 was fantastic too! I really liked Big and Captain Phillips!
I too waiting for it!

What did you think about Robert Zemeckis ?

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Wade92 on 5/2/2015 Reply  · 

I was pretty disappointed that Boyhood didn't win best picture. I was really pulling for that one. I didn't mind that Birdman won but it still was surprising for me. Birdman was a film I wasn't really sure about the first time but when I watched it for a second time I loved it.

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Danny237 on 5/5/2015 Reply  · 

I really don't an huge fan of Back to the Future! My 3 favorites of Zemeckis are Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Cast Away and Romancing the Stone.

I like he in acting, my personal favorite from he is (500) Days of Summer.
What your thoughts about he ?

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Wade92 on 5/5/2015 Reply  · 

I'm not really a huge fan I guess. Not saying I dislike them or anything I've just never been really invested in them. It's been quite a while since I've seen the first four. Fast Five is probably my favorite. It really gave the franchise a shot of adrenaline that it needed. I haven't seen 6 or 7 yet. I have some friends that I are really into that franchise but I've never really latched on to it.

What do you think of that franchise?

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Danny237 on 5/6/2015 Reply  · 

Nice! But, 500 is really sooooooo long.
My life is like, well just an little bit, Ron Burgundy before Veronica Corningstone. My dog is named Baxter too, haha.

What did you think about this contemporary comedies age ?
I'm a huge Will Ferrell fan, the others, not so much.
I can remember from the first time i saw Anchorman, when i 14-year-old. Too like and enjoy Talladega Nights, Elf, The Other Guys, Zoolander, and Blades of Glory, and obviously Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (so epic and funny) and The Lego Movie.

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Wade92 on 5/6/2015 Reply  · 

I feel the same way. Those movies just don't have a whole lot of substance to them. I know a lot of people find an interesting story and great dialogue boring and all they want to see is over the top action but it's just not for me.

If you could see any film again for the very first time what would it be?

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Nononsense on 5/6/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks for the compliment on my Top 20. I love your list as well. I've seen all but 3 of your Top 10. I haven't seen Life of Pi, Skyfall, and X-Men: Days of Future Past. I loved the first three X-Men movies... yes, I actually did enjoy The Last Stand. So, I'm sure I'll like Days of Future Past. Skyfall, I tried to watch but just couldn't get into it. Life of Pi is a movie I've been meaning to see for a while now. Seems like my kind of movie.

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Danny237 on 5/6/2015 Reply  · 

You're a bit harsh to any films! I too! Except for Memento, and The Prestige, every Nolan is ranked until my 5000 zone, i hans't ranked every film i've see yet.

Oh, yeah man, i in an curse to many films, like The Shining. I trying to select an all-new all-time favorite. Probably Anchorman or Anchorman 2! :)
Anchorman, maybe for the re-watchable factor (I can see it again and again), and Anchorman 2 amazed me. Every time, i see it, it amaze me! Since the Sydney's premiere!

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Wade92 on 5/7/2015 Reply  · 

Nice pick! Memento is a really good film. I remember when I first watched it I thought it was so cool how it was being told frontwards and backwards at the same time. The ending blew me away as well. Nolan really achieved something great especially so early on in his career.

Are you talking about what Americans refer to as football or what is considered football by most of the world? I can't really say I'm into either. I used to watch a lot of American college football in my teenage years but not quite so much anymore. I've always been a big baseball fan.

What are some of your favorite sports movies? My favorites in no particular order are Field of Dreams, Miracle, The Rookie, and Moneyball.

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Wade92 on 5/7/2015 Reply  · 

Oh, ok! Sorry, I'm from the States so when I think of football our version comes to mind haha. I used to have friends that were really into the real kind of football that you are referring to but I never got into it for whatever reason.

I forgot about The Blind Side! That's a really good film as well.

Any films you plan on watching soon?

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Danny237 on 5/7/2015 Reply  · 

Well, i not into football at all, i like to see World Cup (7-1! Haha), but England lose at the group phase!
I practice tennis and golf (like Sean Connery's Goldfinger Story!) and i've seen many matchs!
Rocky and Raging Bull, well, interested me in WWE, but i not a huge fan!
Man, i'm english, but not a fan of cricket!
And, WHAMMY, i like baseball since the first time i saw Anchorman, because of Champ Kind, the sports guy. Anchorman 2 presents a hilarious baseballl scene too.
But, i have to admit, my thing is cinema!
And you ? How are into sports ?

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Danny237 on 5/8/2015 Reply  · 

I never played both of these! Well, any friends calling me when i was 14-year-old, but i prefer the films!
Man, i really like play tennis! It is super-cool, and i don't have an favorite player!

Whammy! Baseball is an kind of fun, i like it very much. :)
And i want to know:
Who the hell is Julius Caesar ? I don't follow the NBA.

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Wade92 on 5/9/2015 Reply  · 

I really want to see 2001 as well! I own it on Blu-ray but just haven't had the chance to watch it yet. As for myself, I plan on checking out some Paul Thomas Anderson films I haven't seen yet like Magnolia, Punch-Drunk Love, and The Master.

What did you think of Blood Diamond, my brew? :)

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Wade92 on 5/9/2015 Reply  · 

I really like Blood Diamond as well. I've seen it twice so far but it's been a little while since I last watched it. I might have to go back and see it again at some point. I agree Leo's accent is epic! Sounds weird but that just might be my favorite part of the film haha!

Djimon Hounsou did a really good job in the supporting role as well. I thought Jennifer Connelly was good in the film too, she's always been an actress that I've enjoyed watching in A Beautiful Mind and Noah among others. I wish she would get more roles. Seems like she kind of flies under the radar sometimes.

I really liked Inherent Vice even though I'm not sure I could even tell you what it's about haha. There is a lot going on in the film and the storyline is pretty hard to follow. I had a general idea what was going on but it's one of those films you don't have to completely understand to enjoy. I heard mixed things going in but I was really impressed. It was great to see Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon together again after Walk the Line.

Have you seen any Paul Thomas Anderson films?

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Danny237 on 5/9/2015 Reply  · 

Great match, no ?

That's a Anchorman 2 reference! :)

Hey man, what did you think about Se7en ?
It is one of my David Fincher favorites. I own the DVD yesterday.

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Danny237 on 5/10/2015 Reply  · 

I really like it, but was pretty disappointed. Just ok for me. My 14-year-old brother interested in it, i too have to re-watch. But, at the end, was a bit overrated.

Hey, you prefer A Nightmare on Elm Street 1984 or The first Star Wars ?

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Wade92 on 5/10/2015 Reply  · 

I really recommend There Will Be Blood. I actually just saw it for a second time this week. Of the films of his I've seen so far (There Will Be Blood, Boogie Nights, and Inherent Vice) that is easily the best one.

My favorite directors are:

1. Christopher Nolan
2. Quentin Tarantino
3. David Fincher
4. Martin Scorsese
5. Steven Spielberg

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Wade92 on 5/12/2015 Reply  · 

That's funny you should mention that film. I heard that film brought up in a conversation just a couple days ago. I have not seen the film yet but I remember my parents watching it some years ago. Is it a good one?

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Danny237 on 5/12/2015 Reply  · 

I too prefer A Nightmare on Elm Street, even Freddy is coolest than Darth Vader. The original trilogy was very overrated.
In this case, how i prefer into the three:
A Nightmare on Elm Street 1984 > Star Wars 1977
Freddy's Revenge < Empire Strikes Back, but both bad.
Dream Warriors > Return of Jedi
Dream Master > The Phantom Menace
Dream Child > Attack of the Clones
The Final Nightmare > Revenge of the Sith
You have seen the 6 of both ?

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Danny237 on 5/22/2015 Reply  · 

No problem, man.:), i hate when it happens with the my.
I actually love the original, the third, and New Nightmare, and i like Freddy's Dead and Freddy's Revenge.
Hey, your top 10 is very good, with mixed genres. What you think about my top 10 ?
My dilemma finally gets a end. Now, i have a all-new favorite.

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Danny237 on 5/23/2015 Reply  · 

Man, look it:http://www.flickchart.com/discussion/10E2EA083C/vs/A898B2411B

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Danny237 on 5/24/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks, man. :)
Just one no was a classic yet, it is Anchorman 2.
The Shining is now on my top 50, because it's a masterful work, but not Kubrick's best, even better than 2001 and A Clockwork Orange, i recently re-watch it and not get better! Get a bit worse, probably i'll go seen very soon.

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Wade92 on 5/24/2015 Reply  · 

No worries! I'll have to check out Kramer vs. Kramer sometime.

I thought Fury Road was good but not as amazing as people are claiming it to be. I wish there was a little bit more of a balance of action and quieter moments but overall I had not major issues with the film. I had a lot of fun with it and it's probably my favorite of the Mad Max series. I really liked the the minimal use of CGI and I thought Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy were both great in the film.

I like Tom Hardy a lot as an actor even though he kind of tends to play the same kind of character a lot that mumbles and is intimidating haha. I really like him in Inception, The Dark Knight Rises, Lawless, Warrior, and Locke. I still need to see his film Bronson. Some people have issues with him as Mad Max but I think I actually liked him more than Mel Gibson in the role even though both are awesome.

Do you like Tom Hardy? What do you think is his best role?

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Danny237 on 5/27/2015 Reply  · 

I definitely hate every Christopher Nolan film!
Even Memento.
I know you love Prestige, it deserve respect. Before Flickchart, i like 3 of the films. Now, all are bottom.
If SquareMaster316 die, i'll go like it again. For now, i'll go put all in my bottom!
You haven't ranked, at least, one Bollywood film ?
I watched one recently, very good. 'Gunday'.

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Wade92 on 5/28/2015 Reply  · 

I'm waiting for The Revenant as well! I really like DiCaprio and Hardy and I thought the director did a good job with Birdman so I'm hoping its good. Have you seen Birdman/did you like it?

I really like Memento. Not my favorite Nolan film but it's still fantastic. I remember the first time I saw the film, it blew me away. Then I watched it a second time and liked it even more. I thought it was genius how the film was told backwards for the most part so you didn't know what had happened before just like Leonard when watching the film for the first time.

What are your thoughts on Memento and Nolan in general?

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Wade92 on 5/28/2015 Reply  · 

I agree that Boyhood was far better, no question. The first time I saw Birdman I thought it was too gimmicky but upon a second viewing I found I liked the film as a whole a lot more though not as much as Whiplash, Imitation Game, and so on...

I agree with all that you said about Nolan. He's definitely my favorite director and his films are actually the ones that really got me seriously into movies. In addition to what you said, I love how he handles characters. People often say that his films are too cold but I've never understood that. All of his films have an emotional pull for me and it really makes me connect with them.

As for future projects I have no idea but I can't wait to hear what he's cooking up next. Around ten years ago he was working on a Howard Hughes film so I think that would be kind of cool even though it's unlikely. At the time he said it was one of the best things he had ever written but then Martin Scorsese's The Aviator came out so Nolan scrapped the project. I think he should still make it though. The Aviator focuses on the earlier life of Howard Hughes, and Nolan's script focused on his latter years when he REALLY got bizarre and crazy. He should team up with Leonardo DiCaprio for it because it would be so cool to see DiCaprio playing Hughes again later in his life.

What do think of Cameron making a lot more Avatar films?

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Danny237 on 5/29/2015 Reply  · 

I have to agree completely.
I really didn't care if me is on a terrible age, even when Finding Nemo and The Incredibles are getting worse (Just this time), but i've watched Dark Knight and it is terribly bad. Se7en too, just boring.
And i really didn't like Inception music. It just annoys me.
I've seen Panther Panchali, and it was very enjoyable.
I'll try to see many soon :).
He, you'll go see Incredibles ?
It is very better than Toy Story 3! Very different Pixar film.

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Danny237 on 5/30/2015 Reply  · 

I give it a 10 out of 10!
I watch a lot of films on theaters, fests, TV and i buy very DVDS and BluRay.
How was the cinema on the India ?

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Danny237 on 5/31/2015 Reply  · 

Well, british productions are a bit better in the high grossing rank! You know that a "superior country" (Clearly better than USA, haha), if you can call England one, but not different, so superhero flicks too work, but not are hits!
Skyfall is on the first place, followed by Avatar, Titanic, Toy Story 3, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2, Mamma Mia!, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, and The Lord of the Rings trilogy was the greatest hits here!
Bond 24: Spectre is the most expected film here, and Age of Ultron is not good as the first.
Many of my friends like comedys in Anchorman style, now me and my girlfriend have see every film of this world released on the theater (Even Human Centipede III, the worst thing i've seen since the 14 boys in briefs only, on the school!).

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Wade92 on 5/31/2015 Reply  · 

I like James Cameron alright as a director. I really enjoy the first two Terminator films and I thought Aliens was alright. I wasn't really a fan of Avatar though. Maybe it was just over hyped for me. Titanic though...oh man what a great film! Titanic is by far my favorite work of his. That film is emotional for me everytime I watch it, I don't know if it's so sad for me because I know it actually happened or if it's the hauntingly beautiful score by James Horner. Either way, Cameron really knocked it out of the park with that one. I would still like to check out True Lies someday.

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Danny237 on 6/1/2015 Reply  · 

I like the twist. I'm never expected that, wow, Bruce Willis was a ghost!
Very great and original story. Shyamalan best (Obviously). It not deserve a top 100 position for me, but it certainly on my top 300! What did you think about it ?

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Wade92 on 6/2/2015 Reply  · 

I like the Sixth Sense quite a bit. Probably my favorite Shyamalan film followed by Signs and Unbreakable. The twist really surprised me the first time I saw it. I was fortunate enough to see the film for the first time without knowing the twist. My mouth dropped when it was revealed haha

What are your thoughts on the film?

What did you think of Winter Soldier?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/3/2015 Reply  · 

The Marvel Studios films usually leave quite a bit to be desired for me but I must say I was fairly impressed by Winter Soldier. I liked the first Captain America alright but I liked how this one felt very different. I thought the Winter Soldier storyline was pretty interesting and I hope they keep exploring it in future films. I still wish the Marvel Studios films dealt more with the adult themes of the comic books but they've got to keep it clean for the kids I guess haha.

You've been checking out some pretty good movies! What did you think of Captain Phillips and Pulp Fiction?

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Danny237

Danny237 on 6/4/2015 Reply  · 

Yep, are all great, i don't get spoilers, just myself haha.
I like Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction a lot, and enjoyed the three Kill Bill. I didn't care much about the others. What are your thoughts on your work ?

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TommyDoyle78

TommyDoyle78 on 6/4/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks for accepting the friend request, man.
You have a great list here.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/5/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah, I couldn't believe that Barkhad Abdi had no prior acting experience. He was really good in the role.

I remember the first time I saw Pulp Fiction I thought it was good but not great. I didn't quite see how everyone was so crazy about it but upon further watches it's now among some of my favorite films haha.

About Tarantino in general, he's one of my favorite filmmakers. I've enjoyed all the films that he's directed. The only one that I think is "just alright" is Reservoir Dogs. I enjoy it and all but not nearly as much as his other work. I would rank his films:

1. Django Unchained
2. Pulp Fiction
3. Inglourious Basterds
4. Kill Bill Vol. 2
5. Kill Bill Vol. 1
6. Jackie Brown
7. Death Proof
8. Reservoir Dogs

I'm really hoping that The Hateful Eight is good. I think it has a really cool concept so I'm looking forward to it. What are your thoughts on Tarantino?

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Danny237

Danny237 on 6/6/2015 Reply  · 

This films are way too looooooooooong really.
I'm never was a great Pulp Fiction fan. It was just average for me. I give a 7 out of 10. What did you think about Pulp Fiction ?

Hey, what are your thoughts on the original Nightmare ?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/6/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah, I can see why not everyone's a big fan of his work. He does seem to lean a little style of substance at times and his work might seem a little self indulgent at times but I still like them. That's the great thing about films is that there is something out there for everyone :)

Is there any films on your "list of shame" that you want to see someday?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/6/2015 Reply  · 

Nice, I really want to check out 12 Angry Men someday too! I always hear good things about that one.

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly is an awesome film. I'd definitely recommend it. Clint Eastwood is the man!

I have seen One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest actually. I saw it for the first time a couple months ago. I really enjoyed it. Definitely one that every film lover should check out at least once. It's among my favorite Nicholson films along with The Shining and Chinatown. He really gave a good performance and it was a fun one to watch.

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Danny237

Danny237 on 6/6/2015 Reply  · 

Thoughts on Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, man ?

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Danny237 on 6/7/2015 Reply  · 

I give a 10 out of 10, and you ?
Yep, yara. But it's pure garbage. What did you think about it ?
I like Butch Cassidy, it is very good really. Plan to watch it again ?

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Danny237

Danny237 on 6/8/2015 Reply  · 

I think together with 'Inception', Dark Knight is pretty mediocre and Nolan at his very worst. It's dumb and cheesy, and Batman Begins is pretty good, and Dark Knight Rises, with your flaws, was very entertaining. Dark Knight (2) just sucked.
And Interstellar was just alright. It's cheesy at times, but was ok at all. I prefer watch it again and again than The Dark Knight. And you ?
Insomnia was a bitch underrated! Man, underrated as hell! Nolan at his very best! You have seen it ?
Hindi ? Pfff, isn't Hindi, man! It's Idnih! It's very strange nowadays.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/9/2015 Reply  · 

I was pretty impressed with Chinatown. It was a film I watched just for the heck of it since I knew it was considered a classic and I really enjoyed it. Nicholson was always a guy that gave me the creeps because I saw him as just this greasy looking old man but now that I've gone back and watched some of his older work, I can really see how much praise he gets. I liked the film enough to buy it on Blu ray and I'm looking forward to checking it out again. What are your thoughts on Chinatown?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/12/2015 Reply  · 

Sweet man, I hope you enjoy it whenever you get the chance to check it out.

Yeah, I would say that I do enjoy war films. Do you mean films that deal strictly with the war itself or films that are happening while the war is raging in the background? My favorite war film is probably Fury from last year. Tank warfare has always fascinated me since my grandfather used to drive tanks when he was in the war and I thought the film was really well done. I also like Inglourious Basterds, Saving Private Ryan, Apocalypse Now, American Sniper, Full Metal Jacket, and We Were Soldiers. Plus there are films that deal with war like Forrest Gump, Gone With The Wind, The Imitation Game, and Casablanca among many others. I still need to see the film Platoon.

World War II was always the one I enjoyed learning the most about in school so maybe that's why my favorite war films deal with that time period. How about yourself? I know Saving Private Ryan is ranking highly for you.

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Danny237

Danny237 on 6/13/2015 Reply  · 

Hey, man; i'm was a great fan of war films. Patton, Platton, Lawrence of Arabia, Casablanca, and Saving Private Ryan are very good and enjoyable; I think Gone With the Wind and Schindler's List are pretty boring; my favorite may be Stanley Rubix's Full Metal Jacket or Wes Anderson's Grand Budapest Hotel. Both masterpieces.
The Vietnam war half on Forrest Gump is the best part of film, Good Morning Vietnam! and Born on the Fourth of July. And i have a guilty pleasure starring John Wayne.

What are your thoughts on war films ?

Hey, another question: You've seen the film 'Can't Buy Me Love' ?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/14/2015 Reply  · 

Bridge on the River Kwai is a great one as well.

For Iraq films I think I've only seen American Sniper, The Hurt Locker, and Body of Lies. At least that's all that I can think of off the top of my head. I thought Body of Lies is good but not Ridley Scott's best or anything. I wasn't actually that big of a fan of The Hurt Locker. It had some really good scenes but as a whole the film didn't quite click for me. American Sniper is definitely my favorite film dealing with the Iraq war. I thought it was pretty good the first time but after seeing it again recently I can firmly say that it is my personal favorite and among some of my favorite war films in general even thought some people overhype it big time. I still need to see Zero Dark Thirty. Have you seen that one?

I have a lot of respect for veterans and people serving for their country as well. That really takes a lot of bravery and courage. I love sitting and listening to my grandfather talking about his time in the war. He's a really good storyteller and it's just incredible to hear what it was like from a person who was there rather than just reading it from a book or watching a film.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/14/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah, when I watched The Hurt Locker I wash shocked that it was nominated for Best Picture, let alone won. Personally, Inglourious Basterds and The Blind Side were my favorites of the nominated films.

I enjoyed Aloha but I'm not sure I would call it a good movie necessarily if that makes any sense haha. The film had some issues with story and characters but it was the cast that made it fun to watch. If it had been a different cast I don't think I would have liked it. It was just a nice movie that you were able to relax watching and not think too much about.

Any films you plan on watching soon?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/17/2015 Reply  · 

I recently saw Jurassic World as well. It actually was a lot better than I was expecting. Like you said not as good as the first (that one will be near impossible to top) but it's probably my third favorite of the series right now just behind The Lost World.

Me & Earl looks pretty interesting. I had not heard of it until just a week or so ago. I might have to check that one out if I have the time. For older films I'll be checking out Mean Streets and Almost Famous soon. For new releases I'll be checking out Ted 2 and I really want to see Love & Mercy but it hasn't come to any of my local theaters yet.

How many more Jurassic Park films can you see them making? Obviously there will be more since it's making an insane amount of money but how many more do you think they will actually make? I can see them making two more which would round out another trilogy. After that who knows...

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/17/2015 Reply  · 

Sweet, I'm looking forward to checking it out.

Hopefully they don't go overkill with the Jurassic Park films. I enjoy the films but I've already kind of reached the point where I feel that "its been done".

Do you mean which films I think will be nominated this year? I can see The Hateful Eight, The Revenant, Joy and Bridge of Spies all being contenders. Hopefully they are all really good as well haha

How about yourself?

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Danny237

Danny237 on 6/18/2015 Reply  · 

I really like much more in war genre.

I didn't care much about the musicals. I just loved "The Nightmare Before Christmas" because it's a nostalgia masterpiece. "Shrek 2" has great songs too.

Plan to watch Jurassic World soon ?

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Danny237

Danny237 on 6/19/2015 Reply  · 

Oh yes man! Not just the first, all the top 5.

I loved Jurassic World. Even the boy was enjoyable. Much better performance than "Iron Man 3"!

Plan to watch anything soon, man ?

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shane24

shane24 on 6/19/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks a lot. I like every movie in your top ten. I'm an open book. You can ask me anything about movies. I also don't worry about different opinions than what I do, so feel free to come talk any time you want, I'm sure I have some recommendations if you want them.

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shane24

shane24 on 6/19/2015 Reply  · 

What genres do you like the best? Do you care about how old a film is? This will help me know what variety I can think about.

I have the same fav directors as you. :D Just for Fury Road, George Miller has to be considered as well for me. :D

What sports you like?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/19/2015 Reply  · 

Nice picks. Hopefully there is some great quality films out again this year around award time. I really enjoyed the nominees last year.

What did you think of Gone Girl? That was one of my favorites of 2014. Have you read the book?

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TheEgant

TheEgant on 6/19/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks bro! Good to talk to ya. Looks like we have pretty similar tastes!

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shane24

shane24 on 6/19/2015 Reply  · 

Over the top action work for you? I'm a massive action fan, so you're talking to the right fella. But I like crazy stuff like Super, Shoot Em Up and Kick-Ass, as much as I like films based on reality, like Ronin, Heat and so forth.

What football is that? The round ball game? American football? Aussie football?

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shane24

shane24 on 6/19/2015 Reply  · 

Ok, not a problem. I will work on a list for you. Just allow me some time to do so. :) It's quite early here, and I'm also watching Abcs of Death 2.

Is all the films you've seen on your list? I'll check prior to adding any action movies to a list.

Ah, I'm Australian. We play that football as well. But our number one sport is Aussie Football, which isn't played professionally anywhere else in the world. Biggest sport by far down here.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/19/2015 Reply  · 

I agree man. The atmosphere of that film is terrific. The score, the cast, the twist, it was all great. I haven't read the book either.

Not sound like a complete sicko or anything but I thought the murder scene was awesome haha. By that I mean how it was executed. The scene was just ominous and the tension was high. The swelling score perfectly captured the horrendous macabre appearing on screen. I love how "filthy" the scene was as well. The film has a great sleek, clean, and polished look so it really makes that scene pop. What do you think of the scene?

I might have told you this before but here is how I would rank Fincher's films (even though my Flickchart might not line up with this exactly):

1. Zodiac
2. The Social Network
3. Gone Girl
4. Se7en
5. Fight Club
6. The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
7. Panic Room
8. The Game

The top four are all really close for me but the others are great as well...expect I wasn't quite as crazy about The Game :)

Have you seen Birdman before or not? For some reason I thought you already had it on your list but maybe I'm going a little crazy haha

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shane24

shane24 on 6/20/2015 Reply  · 

Here is a list. What is your opinion on horror and gore? If you're not a fan, forget about I Saw the Devil from the list

Mad Max: Fury Road
300
The Raid 1 & 2
Shoot 'Em Up
Sin City
Looper
Dredd
From Dusk Till Dawn (Tarantino script)
Scott Pilgrim vs the World
Desperado
Kingsman: The Secret Service

I have many more up my sleeve if you need extras.

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shane24

shane24 on 6/20/2015 Reply  · 

I would say the Dark Knight trilogy is my favourite. Batman Begins is a bit lower, but the sequels are very high on my list. The competition would be the LotR movies, which all feature very highly on my list. How about you?

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shane24

shane24 on 6/20/2015 Reply  · 

That's the one. So, the type of gore in I Saw the Devil isn't your thing?

Oh, you've seen The Raid? I didn't find it on your list.

My favs are Toy Story 3 and Fellowship as well.

I saw a ghost movie today. Insidious 2. So poorly written. 1.5/5.

Have you heard of Manhunter? If you like movies like Silence of the Lambs and Se7en, then you may enjoy it.

Have you seen The Usual Suspects?

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Danny237

Danny237 on 6/20/2015 Reply  · 

I plan to watch "Minions", "Ted 2", and "Terminator Genisys' ;)

As Alien, i love the first one and the second, both masterpieces on my top 100. Alien3 is a bit so boring, and i actually like Alien: Ressurrection.
And...what we can say about Predator crossover...
What are your thoughts on the Alien franchise ?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/20/2015 Reply  · 

I remember when I saw it in theaters there was a lot of gasping and everything when that scene happened. There was people even running out of the theater that can't handle that much violence I'm assuming.

Oh really? I hope everything went well with the operation. Are you on bed rest for a considerable amount of time?

I really liked Dances With Wolves. I saw the director's cut that is nearly four hours long but it just flew by for me. I thought it was a really interesting story with great characters. Kevin Costner really did a great job directing that grand sweeping epic. Have you seen it? What's your favorite Kevin Costner film? Mine is still Field of Dreams.

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shane24

shane24 on 6/20/2015 Reply  · 

Ah yes, I get what you mean. Another is when somebody is looking in the bathroom mirror, then they open the cabinet, and there is some ghost or murderer standing behind them. So many movies has done that.

I'll get back to you with twist endings. Got to think about it, and it's very late/early here. 3:41am, to be precise. :)

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Danny237

Danny237 on 6/21/2015 Reply  · 

Definitely, man! Pixar's comeback.

Plan to watch it ?
8/10 for me, TS3 level

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/21/2015 Reply  · 

Ok. Good to hear it turned out ok :)

I really enjoyed Dances With Wolves but did it deserve to beat Goodfellas? No, probably not. I can see why it did though since it's one of those historical films that Academy always enjoys but personally I like Goodfellas more.

I agree, Field of Dreams is a film that can make you emotional every time. It's a really special film plus I'm a huge baseball fan so that makes it even better haha

I thought Mean Streets was ok. To be fair I was very distracted while watching it. It wasn't bad but of the 12 films of his that I've seen so far, it's probably one of his weakest in my opinion.

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TommyDoyle78

TommyDoyle78 on 6/21/2015 Reply  · 

I definitely agree with your statement, sir.

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TommyDoyle78

TommyDoyle78 on 6/22/2015 Reply  · 

I agree that 'Terminator 2' is the greatest action film ever! You're right definitely.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/22/2015 Reply  · 

I haven't seen Hugo yet. You would recommend it?

I haven't seen a whole lot of Will Smith's work but I like him. He seems like a nice guy. I thought he did a great job in a dramatic role in The Pursuit of Happyness. I think the only other films I've seen him in is Hitch, I Robot, and parts of I Am Legend. I'm really looking forward to seeing what he does with the character of Deadshot in the upcoming film, Suicide Squad. I really need to see Independence Day as well. Any of his work that you would recommend?

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Danny237

Danny237 on 6/22/2015 Reply  · 

I just can't pick TTT over Prestige.

Hey, you don't hate Birdman ?
Batman Begins is not Nolan weakest in your opinion ? There are Following, Insomnia, and Interstellar on your bottom.

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TommyDoyle78

TommyDoyle78 on 6/23/2015 Reply  · 

Me too, man! I agree.

I want to watch Die Hard soon. It looks awesome!

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shane24

shane24 on 6/23/2015 Reply  · 

I agree with your choices 100%. So, I will throw some extra movies in

Sleepaway Camp
Oldboy
High Tension
Dark city
Gone Girl
Triangle
Side Effects
Orphan

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/23/2015 Reply  · 

Sweet, I'll check it out someday :)

Do you watch much of Fresh Prince of Bel-Air?

I enjoy the X-Men films. The first one is definitely good and really brought about the modern resurgence of superhero films. X2 was one of the first comic book sequels that actually outdid the original at the time. Personally, I don't think The Last Stand deserves all the hate that it gets but it was definitely a step down for the franchise. X-Men Origins: Wolverine wasn't dreadful but still very average and is my least favorite of the franchise for sure. First Class is excellent and I thought it was a genius way of rebooting the franchise without really starting over but rather continuing the story from a different time period. It really was a breath of fresh air. The Wolverine was excellent and Days of Future Past is without a doubt my favorite installment in the franchise so far. I can't wait for X-Men: Apocalypse :)

How about yourself?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/23/2015 Reply  · 

That's cool, what makes the third one your favorite of the trilogy?

I agree, it's really too bad that Hugh Jackman is leaving. It's hard to believe that he almost missed out on the role since he wasn't the first choice. I wonder how different the films would have been.

I think he is a pretty good actor. I've seen him in quite a few films over the years but my favorites of his are The Prestige and Prisoners. He really impressed me with both of those films.

If you could have the powers of one of the mutants, who would you pick?

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TommyDoyle78

TommyDoyle78 on 6/24/2015 Reply  · 

Really, really looking forward for it!

You can give me another recommendations, mr. Koroy ?

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TommyDoyle78

TommyDoyle78 on 6/24/2015 Reply  · 

Clearly, man! I like every genre, i'm don't has a favorite, nor a least favorite.


Fun Fact: My personal favorite is "Jurassic Park", but i hans't seen it in a few years!

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shane24

shane24 on 6/25/2015 Reply  · 

I kinda wish I didn't mention spoiler movies, now you might figure it out when you watch Old Boy.

How many movies do you think you've seen thatmyou haven't added? Can you keep track of them easily?

Well, I love the majority of Hitchcock thrillers. Strangers on a Train and Psycho are two highlights for me. I also find Frenzy to be underrated.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/26/2015 Reply  · 

Nothing wrong with that man! I really like Titanic and Spider-Man 3 as well. Spider-Man 3 has some issues, but man it can always make me laugh haha.

I always thought having the powers of Nightcrawler would be cool being able to teleport everywhere. I'd want to go without the blue though haha. Quicksilver would be cool as well.

I know you have T2 ranked highly, are you looking forward to Terminator Genisys? What are your thoughts on the Terminator franchise in general?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/26/2015 Reply  · 

I'm not sure if I'll be seeing it in theaters but most likely not. It just doesn't appeal to me all that much. I know James Cameron has said that it is the first real sequel to his films but it's also getting a mixed reception from critics (not that you can always trust them haha).

I really like the first two films as well though I'm not as big of a fan as a lot of people are. Two very good action films though. The first one is my favorite with the second very close behind. Rise of the Machines wasn't very good and while I liked Christian Bale, I thought Salvation could have been a lot better.

I can't believe they are planning on kicking off a new trilogy with this one. I guess it will all depend on how much money it makes.

Just out of curiosity, my friend, do you plan on checking out Return of the Jedi someday? What do you think of A New Hope and Empire Strikes Back?

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Danny237

Danny237 on 6/26/2015 Reply  · 

Hey, man; i'm was on a fantastic terrifying Costa Rica trip!

I really think i've seen dinosaurs, lol. How was you ?

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shane24

shane24 on 6/26/2015 Reply  · 

Well, Terminator should've ended with the first two. When I watch T2, I don't think of the films that follow, as it's wrapped up great. Didn't care for T3, but I guilty enjoy T4. I have zero anticipation for T5. I think it will be terrible.

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TommyDoyle78

TommyDoyle78 on 6/28/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks for the recommendantions, man.

I'll sure check all of them soon.
I really want to watch Raiders, and GoodFellas next week.
I trying to get more into foreign language films.
I'm a huge Chaplin fan! The Great Dictator is my 39th! I loved "The Kid", but it's hard to rank high a silent film who during less than 1hr,10 mn. What are your thoughts on Chaplin work ?

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shane24

shane24 on 6/28/2015 Reply  · 

I like the first three Star Wars, then ep 3. Moments of ep 1 are great, but as a whole, I am disappointed with it. Darth Maul deserves a much better movie, as he is a great villain.

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Danny237

Danny237 on 6/29/2015 Reply  · 

That's a beautiful country, man. I've seen islands in 180 miles close to Costa Rica. Isla Nublar, maybe ? LoL. For that, i've seen dinosaurs ? Haha.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/29/2015 Reply  · 

If you didn't like those two, then yes, it is probably best to avoid the others haha. I've been a Star Wars fan since I was about 6 or 7 years old. In my younger years I suppose you could say I was "obsessed" with the series haha. A New Hope is my favorite but I enjoy them all (yes, even the prequels haha)

For what you said about the acting, I remember the actors saying that they had a very tough time with the script because it was so different from anything being done at the time. They didn't really know what a lot of their dialogue meant or how to relate to a scene. Plus, I think George Lucas doesn't also connect with his actors the best to get the best performance out of them. He leads with pretty basic directions like "faster" or "with more intensity".

What are your thoughts on A Beautiful Mind?

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TheEgant

TheEgant on 6/29/2015 Reply  · 

Favorite trilogy has to be the original Star Wars....no question about it. All 3 are in my top 10. LOTR is a top one too...

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TommyDoyle78

TommyDoyle78 on 6/29/2015 Reply  · 

I just watched The Kid, and The Great Dictator, both are wonderful. After seeing all my list for checking soon, i'll definitely check all of them! Great expectations.

Thanks, man! I love it since i'm was 4/5 years old! When i hear the music, i ever got goosebumps! I really want to check "The Prestige" very soon, but i like the story. This looks awesome, :)

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/30/2015 Reply  · 

I love A Beautiful Mind. It's definitely one of my favorite films. It's seems to be one that a lot of people find to be overrated but I really enjoy it. It's without a doubt my favorite Ron Howard film. The cast is terrific all the way through and that score...oh man that score is one of my favorites! So haunting and beautiful at the same time. I saw the film for the first time in my high school psychology class before I was really in to movies and it completely blew me away.

I think Russell Crowe is a very good actor. I've seen quite a few of his films and I haven't seen a bad performance yet. A Beautiful Mind and 3:10 to Yuma are my favorites. I agree that he should have won for A Beautiful Mind.

Nope, I haven't seen Gandhi. I'll have to check it out someday.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 6/30/2015 Reply  · 

Cool man. I always like hearing how people got into movies. Toy Story 3 and Titanic are both films that always make me emotional haha. I remember when I saw Toy Story 3 in theaters I was the same age as Andy and college was closing in on the horizon and it just made me really sad since I had grown up with those films. When the movie ended I looked around at a lot of the couples and the men were crying harder than the women haha. The music in Titanic always gets me every time. James Horner could always tap into something deeply emotional with his music. At the end of Titanic I always lose it no matter how many times I watch it. I like to imagine that DiCaprio drowns but then washes up on shore at the beginning of Inception to help me cope (haha just kidding).

A lot of my favorite films have a lot of nostalgia to them. That's why my top 20 is pretty different from a lot of people. Field of Dreams, Lassie, and Home Alone are all films that have been a part of my life for a long time and are very special to me.

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Danny237

Danny237 on 7/1/2015 Reply  · 

I like them, but I think are all overrated! 7/10 for all.

You're like the King Kong films ?
I love the original, I think it's very underrated!

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shane24

shane24 on 7/1/2015 Reply  · 

I love it. 5/5. But my thoughts are all spoilers. Have you seen it?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 7/2/2015 Reply  · 

I wouldn't say I'm that much of a musical fan. I like The Wizard of Oz and Grease but other than that not too many. I'm not saying musicals are bad at all, I just don't get into them all that much. I like Disney films with music like The Lion King and Beauty and the Beast but I don't think those really count haha.

I haven't seen Les Miserable yet but I really want to some day. Have you ever performed in any musical productions yourself or are you just a fan of the film versions?

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Wade92 on 7/7/2015 Reply  · 

Haha, I'm sure it wouldn't be that bad.

Sweet, I'll keep both of them in mind.

I definitely recommend The Wizard of Oz. It's one of those films that I think everyone needs to see at least once in their lifetime. It definitely earns its status as a classic. It's one that I've loved since I was very young. It's crazy that the director, Victor Fleming, directed this film and Gone With the Wind in the same year. Have you ever seen that one?

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shane24 on 7/8/2015 Reply  · 

What can I say about Fight Club that hasn't been said? I find it great. Hard film to understand when I was younger, but I'm a fan now. Much better than Choke, which is from the same author, have you seen that film? I personally like black comedy and weird humour, so it works fine for me. The twist was good, but feels cliche now because of all the imitators.

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Danny237 on 7/8/2015 Reply  · 

Definitely, man. These films has most dinosaurs than Jurassic Park haha.

I particularly find it to be a bit overrated. Still very good and enjoyable, and I like the twist, but I still thinking it gets better after the third half, like Se7en. 8/10 for me. This film is here, in your chart ? What are your thoughts ?

Hey, man, I've changed a lot of my top 10, there are not contemporary films! What you found about it ?

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Wade92 on 7/10/2015 Reply  · 

I have seen Gone With the Wind. It's a very long film so it's not for everybody but I really enjoy it. A really great sweeping epic that reminds you of how magical cinema can be.

Fight Club is an awesome film. It took me a few different viewings to appreciate it but now I love it. Such a great dark comedy and it's really David Fincher firing on all cylinders. What do you think of Fight Club?

I thought Love & Mercy was decent but not as good as I was hoping. The performances were all really good but the film felt very disjointed with the two different storylines and I really couldn't buy Paul Dano and John Cusack as the same character. Not a bad film by any means but I just was hoping to like it a little more.

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FuckYah on 7/14/2015 Reply  · 

Hello, Wade. Let's chat.

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FuckYah on 7/14/2015 Reply  · 

Now.

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FuckYah on 7/14/2015 Reply  · 

Please.

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FuckYah on 7/14/2015 Reply  · 

Or you prefer tomorrow ? If it, all ok.

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FuckYah on 7/14/2015 Reply  · 

Hey, I calling for you.

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FuckYah on 7/14/2015 Reply  · 

How it was ?

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FuckYah on 7/14/2015 Reply  · 

Why you're on Koroy Chats and do not reply.

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FuckYah on 7/14/2015 Reply  · 

Bye.

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FuckYah on 7/14/2015 Reply  · 

I'll be back.

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FuckYah on 7/14/2015 Reply  · 

I'm back.

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FuckYah on 7/14/2015 Reply  · 

Good night.

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Danny237 on 7/11/2015 Reply  · 

I like the '33 fight because it's stop motion, haha. On the other hand, the '05 because it has three Tyrannoss
aurus (it makes the remake instant worse and less realistic than Jurassic Park, but still a very good film, way too looooooong).

I really like Ed Norton there, but the greatest role from he was in Birdman IMO. I like he's cameo in Grand Budapest Hotel too tough. He's was terrible in Red Dragon, and I've enjoyed he in Incredible Hulk (but not the film overall, haha). The second best is American History X IMO. Narrator in third.
Same here, man. Pitt was very honest in Se7en, very crazy in Ocean's Trilogy (Clooney was the highlight), and very familiar on 12 Years a Slave, but he's can compete with Nicholson in Fight Club!
I think the book is a lot better.
In my opinion, horror is the superior genre! Nice ideas, iconic villains, terrific direction, atmosphere too unique.
On the other hand, the thrills of Silence, Jurassic, Chinatown, and True Grit, are terrifying enough haha. The latte has just John Wayne, together with a 14 years old girl and a singer, on a Indian territory, but has a lot of tension haha, and IT'S disappointing too much funny.

You has a lot of great films here! Prestige still my second favorite Nolan film period. 8/10 for me, it deserved too many Oscar nominations.Titanic is a lot of enjoyable fun, it definitely deserved the Oscar, but not the 2,1 billion IMO.
Toy Story 3 still the weakest of the three for me, but it's very good overall. My favorite 2010 film yet, every Toy Story deserved the Oscar of best picture!
Ryan deserved the best, but at very least, Spielberg wins! 9/10 for me.
Will definitely give Fellowship the Oscar over Return of the King!
Slumdog Millionaire isn't THAT original IMO, but still a lot good, well-directed and well-acted.
Life of Pi is very enjoyable, it deserved the Oscar of effects over Avengers IMO. Really, really like that story.
Schindler is actually great, but ultimately underwhelming. It underwhelmed my younger brother, and me too. But I love that film, far from Spielberg's best, but deserve all the praise that receive.
Departed is a lot underwhelming too, but very entertaining and well-done. It's very good (I consider a middle of the road Scorsese film), but if you ask me, I'll just give the Oscar to Martin!
Skyfall isn't one of my Bond favorites personally, but still pretty good. Adele and the song are the greatest winners of 2010's so far.
Braveheart is wonderful, but I find it hard to watch!
Even Sixth Sense and The Avengers are nominations, haha.
It's still a lot of good films that the Academy know that are. Your taste helped a lot, hm ?

If you look at my list and at Rotten Tomatoes, the first 30 vehicles on my list lands at 90-100% there!

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Danny237 on 7/11/2015 Reply  · 

I've recently lost my love for A Separation. It's still a great film, with great actors and direction. It deserved the Oscar of Foreign Language film. Have you see it ?

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Danny237 on 7/12/2015 Reply  · 

Oh, yeah, man, this isn't all the way perfect haha. After the initial hype, I admit that I've lost my love for films like Boyhood and Mad Max: Fury Road!

That was very loooooong as well, and the historic style of Mel Gibson is a lot too much for me (I disliked Apocalypto and The Passion of the Christ for it!)

I find it to be the best film ever made, and that's something, lol. What you think about it ?

Hey, why you find Pitt to be annoying in Se7en ? He was annoying in Burn After Reading IMO, haha.

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Danny237 on 7/12/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah, man, A Separation story is a lot complex, but I still liking it. Farhadi did a great job.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 7/12/2015 Reply  · 

I did enjoy Independence Day. It was one of those popular action staples that I hadn't seen yet so I'm glad I finally checked it out. Jeff Goldblum and Will Smith were definitely the highlights for me. I didn't love it quite as much as other people but I still really enjoyed it. I'll check it out again someday. Do you plan on seeing the second one they are making now?

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shane24 on 7/13/2015 Reply  · 

No mate, not at all. Choke is bloody awful. I suggest you avoid it at all costs. Universally hated by everybody. But, I was still curious to see what I thought. Curiosity killed this cat. :)

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Wade92

Wade92 on 7/13/2015 Reply  · 

The next film I'll be seeing for sure is Point Break. It's another film that I've been meaning to see for quite some time but am finally getting around to it. I still need to go see Ted 2 as well.

How about yourself?

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Danny237 on 7/15/2015 Reply  · 

He wasn't that good, I admit. But Spacey and Freeman are way too greats!

Everyone has its opinion, but I admit that your cellular mistype was hilarious haha. "Casabalanca".

You have it in your chart ? Or just watched once ?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 7/15/2015 Reply  · 

I liked Point Break quite a bit. Very fun film to watch and it has a little bit of everything (surfing, skydiving, bank robberies, it was nuts haha).

Do you have a favorite Keanu Reeves film? Mine is Speed.

I've only seen Schindler's List but that was a very powerful film. I definitely need to revisit that film sometime.

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Wade92 on 7/19/2015 Reply  · 

Haha I have to agree that he can be a pretty wooden actor. I still find him entertaining and a little humorous to watch in certain films since he can be kind of one dimensional :)

I do enjoy adventure films. It's hard to narrow it down since it's such a broad genre. Raiders would definitely be among some of my favorites. The Star Wars and Lord of the Rings films are great as well. I've seen Treasure of the Sierra Madre only once but I thought it was pretty good. I love films that are ambitious and can take you on the journey.

What did you think of Inglourious Basterds?

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Danny237 on 7/19/2015 Reply  · 

Hey man, have you see the maniac that commented on your page ? Just click any times on "View earlier comments", lol.

My favorite is, obviously, Psycho! You plan to watch it again ?
But his best is Rear Window, IMO.
James Stewart very great!

Hey, what are your 5 first films watched in the cinema ?
My first was "Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare"!
My second, third, fourth, fifth was "Jurassic Park"! HE HE HE.
I love this film.

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Danny237 on 7/19/2015 Reply  · 

LOL, it's crazy. He commented on HorrorHistorian5 profile too, hahahahaha.
Hey man, have you see how many the Duke films ?

Your first time in the theater was 10 years old ? I'm was 6 as well. I really liked Freddy's Dead first time I've watched, but now it's pure shit IMO, hehehe.
Watching Jurassic Park, it make me cry. When the branchiosaurus appear, I cry a lot hehe. I too make me cry during Aliens view, pure nostalgia!
I actually didn't care for the ones after the both first ones overall. But I has the first and the second extremely low because I want there before adding my all +6000 films watched. You're like the books and films as well ?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 7/20/2015 Reply  · 

I agree with your thoughts, man. Tarantino really hit it out of the park with that one. It's definitely among my favorite films of his. I agree that Christoph Waltz stole the show haha. The rest of the cast did a terrific job as well though. It's hard to believe that film was booed when it first premiered. One thing I really like about the film is that every character speaks their native language. Too often in films (American films specifically) everyone speaks english with different accents if they are from different countries. I liked how there was a mixture of English, German, and French in the film.

I see you checked out Return of the Jedi...did you like it any better than the others?

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Danny237 on 7/20/2015 Reply  · 

I really enjoy these books. I has +500 books home, but not 50% of the DVDS/Blu-Rays (+1200) as well. I'm a great collector. My favorite book is Michael Crichton's "Dinosaurs Park". Have you read it ? And you have a favorite?

I really like it. 9/10. Tarkovsky did a great job. It's like KurosawaKubrick mix on space. I actually put it over every Marvel film, 2001 the inspiration, and every Star Wars flick. Have you see it ? And what are your thoughts on foreign language films, like Russian, Japanese, Brazilian, Australian, and Chinese ?

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Dammit on 7/20/2015 Reply  · 

i love u

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Wade92 on 7/22/2015 Reply  · 

Well at least now you can say that you've seen the complete original Star Wars trilogy :)

I don't like that dancing scene either. It wasn't in the original release but George Lucas added it in years later. Return of the Jedi was never really a favorite Star Wars film of mine. I enjoy it good enough but I've always considered it one of the weaker installments.

Yeah bud, Dazed and Confused has continued to work its way up my list. Definitely one of my favorite coming of age films. I don't know if you've seen American Graffiti but it's a lot like that but set in the 70s. It's just a bunch of different different groups of kids hanging out after their last day of school. The film starts as school is wrapping up and then follows their rambunctious activites through the rest of the day and into the night. It's a film that I quote all the time especially McConaughey's "alright, alright, alright" haha

Any thoughts on American Sniper?

And what do you think of Tron: Legacy? It tends to get some hate but I really enjoy it. I'm really disappointed that the third film was scrapped by Disney.

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Danny237 on 7/22/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah, man, Michael Crichton is a great author BTW. I really like Congo, was a rich story, but I think, not just my Crichton book but also my all-time favorite book, is Jurassic (not Dinosaurs, my bad) Park because it's such a complex and rich story. Jurassic Park by Spielberg would be in this way, a long 3 hours film IMO.

Yes, man. I love me some The Hound of the Baskerville! It's on my top 5 of all-time greatest books, such a masterpiece. His Last Vow is such a emotional story. Over Sherlock stories, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World is great too. William Shakespeare has masterpieces too. His last book, The Tempest, wasn't great though. It's 7/10.
Yeah, the ending is terrific and lol. It's great.

You trying to watch them again, to add them ?
I have seen Panther Pachali, it's good! Looks boring, but it's rich story, well directed.
I has lot of foreign language films there, The Good the Bad and the Ugly being my favorite of them, but it's not my thing though, hehe. I have watched a Bollywood film that offended Bangladeshi, but I've forget the name, hehe but it's a great film.

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Wade92 on 7/24/2015 Reply  · 

It's crazy how much Bradley Cooper has transformed himself as an actor. I think he could definitely be nominated for Joy as well.

Yep, I've checked them all out and I loved all of them! Steve Jobs looks pretty interesting. The cast looks good and I like how this looks like a much more accurate account of his life. The Ashton Kutcher film from a few years ago seemed to take a more sugar coated approach. The Revenant looks fantastic! The story already has had me intrigued for quite a while but now that I've seen the trailer I'm even more pumped. I'm a big fan of DiCaprio's and Hardy's work so I'm looking forward to the Inception reunion of the two. The cinematography looks stunning as well.

Batman v Superman was without a doubt my favorite. I watched it so many times after it was released. I could not be more excited for that film. Though it wasn't the best received film, I really liked Man of Steel and I'm glad the storyline from that film is being continued into this one. I was worried all the Man of Steel stuff would be pushed aside to make room for the Justice League but I love how they are dealing the destruction of Metropolis and actually giving Bruce Wayne a reason to dislike Superman.

Have you seen the trailer for Suicide Squad?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 7/25/2015 Reply  · 

Let me know what you think if you check it out. I think it really has potential to be a really unique and awesome superhero film. The man directing it also directed Fury from last year which I loved so I'm looking forward to what he does with this one.

I thought Ant-Man was alright. Very typical like the other Marvel Studios films but it had some cool moments for sure. Michael Pena was the highlight for me but Paul Rudd was good as well. I'm not all that crazy about the films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and this fits right in with those. I mean they are ok but I think they could be better but that's just me. But if you dig the MCU Ant-Man is definitely worth checking out.

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Danny237

Danny237 on 7/27/2015 Reply  · 

Hey, man, sorry for the time to reply! I was actually terrible to check the comments in my profile page.

Yeah, I'm British, so Shakespeare is obviously culture of mine! I love Hamlet, and Romeo & Juliet, these are all-time classics, Othello is usually very interesting too, and at least, The Tempest give us the excellent 1956's "Forbidden Planet".

Hey, you're 16, so you like these 70-80s teen classics, like Stephen King's own and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy ?
Yeah, I love Ran btw, I've watched it +5 times.
But, I actually think Ikiru drags at the third act.
And Seven Samurai's ending is perfect!

Yeah, man. It's the film! I would be giving it a 7.5/10, such a very cool flick. Another very good one was Panther Pachali (7/10 for me).

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Wade92 on 7/28/2015 Reply  · 

I've seen him in a few films but I really like him in the one's I've seen. I've liked him in the Pirates of the Caribbean films, Public Enemies, The Lone Ranger, Edward Scissorhands, and Donnie Brasco. And I guess one other one but he had a surprise appearance in it so I don't want to spoil it for you. Maybe you've seen it though :) I'm really looking forward to his new film Black Mass though. Oh man that looks good! Have you seen the trailer yet?

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Danny237 on 7/28/2015 Reply  · 

I sure recommend them! Shining book was great. Danny (lol) development was one of the best I've ever seen. And the story of Overlook Hotel was very good in narration type.

Yeah, these Japanese and Indian cinema has very unique concepts. But, if you ask me, Italian cinema was the best. La buenno, la malo è lo brutto takes part of my top 20.
You've added Bollywood...and man, what's this poster of 3 Idiots ? Lol.

I'm a huge Polanski fan. I know he involved in a criminal case about a child or anything closely, but his films are masterpieces. Chinatown is even on my top 10, and Rosemary's Baby is terrific. The tension, the direction, script, all are good. Btw, I think The Pianist is very underrated. What are your thoughts on Polanski ?
Hey, what are your thoughts on A Clockwork Orange ? I've get again my love for it. A very misunderstood masterpiece.

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Wade92 on 7/28/2015 Reply  · 

To be honest, the only film of his that I've seen is Chinatown. That sure is an excellent film though! That film had me invested from start to finish. Is there any of his other films that you would recommend?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 7/31/2015 Reply  · 

Haha no man, I haven't seen any of those. Looks like I have some films to catch up on :)

Do you have any thoughts on Jake Gyllenhaal as an actor?

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Wade92 on 8/2/2015 Reply  · 

He's one of my favorite actors as well. He always brings such a realness to his performances. He's someone who has the talent of disappearing into roles where you see the character rather than the actor. I thought he was excellent in Zodiac, Donnie Darko, Prisoners, Enemy, Nightcrawler, Brothers, Brokeback Mountain, and Southpaw. I enjoyed Source Code as well. It's been quite a while since I've seen The Day After Tomorrow but I remember enjoying it. Prince of Persia was enjoyable as well. That's too bad about the sequel since you enjoyed it so much. I have that happen all the time with films I enjoy and it's always frustrating haha!

I thought Southpaw was excellent. It's currently tied for my favorite film of 2015 so far along with Kingsman. I can see what critics are saying about the plot being a bit formulatic but it was so well done that I didn't really care. The film seemed to realize the kind of film it was and actually embraced the formula. The story was very investing and I thought the acting was fantastic. Forest Whitaker was the best that I've seen him in quite a while and Gyllenhaal knocked it out of the park yet again. You could really feel for his character and all the struggles he was going through. He brought a lot to the character that went far beyond just the drastic physical transformation for the role.

Do you have any favorite boxing films?

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Danny237 on 8/5/2015 Reply  · 

I really want to check it soon! Really liked "Gunday" and 3 Idiots looks better. It got 8.5/10 on IMDb, wow.

Yes, I've seen 12 Angry Men, and also his remake. I like both. Have you watched these flicks ? What are your thoughts, if yes ?

I used to love Stanley Kubrick career, but I've had lost my love for them. But, he's still a excellent director nowadays.
I didn't care that much for films after 2001.
I get less involved with even the kid actors.
But, recently watching any recent flicks, I think my favorite actor of 2010's may be Ty Simpkins. All these films he joined are pretty bad (Insidious'es, Iron Man 3, Jurassic World), but he's still great in there. I follow he on Twitter, he remember myself as a 90s kid, when the life makes sense.
What are your thoughts on Ty Simpkins and the kid actors of recent memory ?

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Wade92

Wade92 on 8/6/2015 Reply  · 

Sorry, I didn't see your comment right away. My comments page is all scrambled for some odd reason. Very frustrating!

The Fighter is my favorite boxing film. I love how it's a great drama but also has great humor to it as well. They really did a great job casting with that film. Everyone was perfect. Raging Bull would probably be my second favorite. What a spectacular film! Million Dollar Baby was one I watched for the first time a couple months ago and I liked it quite a bit, I already knew the big twist or whatever going in though. Rocky is a good one as well. The first one has always been my favorite of the series.

As for movie characters...oh boy I don't even know where to begin. There's so many that I enjoy but a few in no particular order would be:

Joker (The Dark Knight)
Wooderson (Dazed and Confused)
Dicky (The Fighter)
Driver (Drive)
Jim Stark (Rebel Without a Cause)
The Man with No Name (Dollars trilogy)

What did you think of In Time?

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Danny237 on 8/8/2015 Reply  · 

I trying to watch it soon I can!
Oh yes, his work is terrible, haha.
War of the Worlds: 5/10
Little Children: 5/10
Insidious: 4/10
Insidious - Chapter 2: 3/10
Iron Man 3: 4/10
Jurassic World: 5/10.
But I admit that he's the only child actor, I really like to follow there! Iron Man 3 really has these funny moments, ha ha.
I really never appreciated child actors anytime before, but I think Simpkins is a lot different. He can be a great Hollywood star, if make the right choices.

Nop, man. I think Facebook is a lot complex and boring to me, I just like the Twitter yet.

Oh, yes, I particularly don't know what to put on my number 1. This probably will be a solid pick, if I remember from cemetery scene, at The Ecstasy of Gold sound, it beats a lot of films [Even every Simpkins film to be honest, hahahah].

12 Angry Men original is flawless and a masterpiece, but I never recommend the remake. It's just very average IMO.

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Danny237 on 8/10/2015 Reply  · 

Yes man, but the 1990s was a doom IMO, hahahahrwahweanwa.
Jackie Coogan, that worked in Charlie Chaplin's The Kid ? Two words: Addams Family.
I basically founded Macaulay Culkin to be funny, but pretty ridiculous acting. Now, he like drugs, lol.
Haley Joel Osment was actually worse than Nicolas Cage, lol.
At least, Nic Cage work yet.
Yes, I agree. If you discount the fact that he's use more of his time to cosplay Indy and that the child actors of 90 are lost in doom (and also his sister Ryan Simpkins), he can be a huge Hollywood star.
"I bring scientists, you bring a rockstar".

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Wade92 on 8/10/2015 Reply  · 

I agree with you about In Time. The concept was very interesting but the execution could have been better. I felt like I was watching the clock (no pun intended) while I was watching the film waiting for it to wrap up. It just didn't hold my interest like I wanted it to. I thought the cast was good, I like Justin Timberlake, Olivia Wilde, Cillian Murphy and Amanda Seyfried but the film just didn't do it for me.

I like Justin Timberlake alright. He seems like a nice guy and is always entertaining on talk shows and everything. I've never really been into his music. It's not bad or anything I just don't really listen to it is all. Do you listen to much of his music? My favorite thing that he's done is The Social Network. I thought he was fantastic in the role of Sean Parker.

Nope, I haven't seen too many foreign language films. Not yet anyways. How about yourself?

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Danny237 on 8/11/2015 Reply  · 

I really liked 90's age in Nic Cage. Face/Off is my favorite starring he, such a great film. Leaving Las Vegas, The Rock, and Adaptation are all pretty good, and Vampire's Kiss is funny. Moonstruck is also funny, but the rest are pretty bad. At least, "Bringing Out the Dead" is alright. The action films, he starring, OMG, man! Are terrible!
But I really like he though. Joe (2013) was great.
What are your thoughts on Jeff Goldblum Sam Neill Laura Dern ?

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Danny237 on 8/11/2015 Reply  · 

Hey, man, I coming to Los Angeles! This should be great.

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Wade92

Wade92 on 8/12/2015 Reply  · 

I never was a fan of Justin Bieber to be honest :) I never got into his music and I always saw him as too much of a troublemaker haha

Not sure who I would say is my favorite singer. For bands though, Green Day is my favorite. I own all of their music and have been a fan for quite some time now. They probably had the best concert I've ever experienced as well. Do you listen to them at all?

I'm not really into One Direction either. They have a couple songs here and there that I think are alright but that's about it.

I really like Linkin Park! Especially their first couple albums. They have so many great songs. My favorites are Somewhere I Belong, Numb, Crawling, New Divide, Don't Stay, Papercut, In the End and Burn It Down. What are your favorite Linkin Park songs?

I really want to check out some of the Kursawa films someday :) Which one should I check out first?

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Danny237 on 8/13/2015 Reply  · 

I love Jeff Goldblum and his Jeff Goldblum-y, he's so great!
Yeah, I agree, Dern was over the top, and Neill I think was weird, mostly in Possession and in The Omen III: The Final Conflict.

Well, I'll go stay there probably a looooong time. I will be living in L.A. after 2015 December! My dream is see Neill or Goldblum on streets and say "That's a dinosaur", hehe.

I'm actually just looking for future releases (I going every week to theater), Bloodsport 3, 3 Idiots, and The Adventures of Pluto Nash (I know it's granted horrible, but I really want to check it). Plan to watch anything soon?

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Wade92 on 8/15/2015 Reply  · 

Yep, I like Leave Out all the Rest too. Very good song.

I've only heard a few songs by Enrique Iglesias but he has a good sound to him. Bailando is definitely my favorite of his. That's a very addicting song haha

Sweet, I'll need to check those out someday. Thanks for the recommendations!

I had heard terrible things about Fantastic Four but I had been looking forward to it for a while so I had to go see for myself. It wasn't nearly as bad as everyone is making it out to be but it still had issues. It was a nice looking movie and it really had some potential. If the story would have followed certain avenues it could have been a very compelling take on the Fantastic Four. The film had a lot of trouble during production and it really shows. The film feels disjointed at times and the third act...wow! I don't know if I've ever seen a third act that felt more tacked on, rushed and out of place as this one. It felt very last minute for sure. The cast was very good for the film even though the script didn't give them all that much to work with. I just wish the film was more focused. I still think it was the best Fantastic Four film so far but that's not saying all that much. It was kind of disappointing since Fox has been rocking it with the X-Men films lately so I was hoping for a good FF film as well.

What did you think of First Class and Raiders of the Lost Ark?

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Wade92 on 8/19/2015 Reply  · 

I really like Raiders of the Lost Ark. Definitely one of my favorite adventure films. Harrison Ford is awesome as Indy and the film really has a little bit of everything. It's by far my favorite of the Indy franchise.

Steven Spielberg is a pretty awesome director. I really enjoy most of his work. Mine are:

1. Catch Me If You Can
2. Raiders of the Lost Ark
3. Close Encounters of the Third Kind
4. Jaws
5. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
6. Saving Private Ryan
7. Jurassic Park
8. Lincoln
9. Schindler's List
10. The Lost World: Jurassic Park
11. Duel
12. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
13. The Terminal
14. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
15. Hook
16. Minority Report
17. E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial

I'm really looking forward to his upcoming Bridge of Spies as well.

Do you listen to the band Hollywood Undead? They have a similar style to Linkin Park's early work. They have a blend of rock and rap but also incorporate more hip-hop as well.

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Wade92 on 8/21/2015 Reply  · 

Sweet! Here Me Now, How We Roll, Comin' In Hot and Mother Murder are a few of my favorites. I really enjoy all of their music though. I got to see them in concert a few years ago and they put on a really fun show.

I don't listen to a lot of The Backstreet Boys. Are you really into them?

I'm a very casual Michael Jackson listener but I know a lot of his songs. Billie Jean is incredible and is without a doubt my favorite song of his even though it's his most popular track. He had his share of personal problems but you can't deny he was a talented man. He really changed the face of music and his music will continue to impact people for years to come. What do you think of Michael Jackson?

What was the first band or artist that you remember really getting into?

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Wade92 on 8/23/2015 Reply  · 

The concert experience is pretty awesome. The whole atmosphere is just buzzing with excitement and it's hard not to enjoy yourself. There's just something about that moment when the band takes the stage and you see artists you admire all of a sudden in front of you for the first time. Even hearing those songs you've heard on your ipod or on the radio countless times finally played for you in person by the actual people who created the song, blasting louder than you've ever heard it before...it's something else. The Green Day concert in 2009 was the best concert I've ever been too. Not only are they my favorite band but they had a spectacular live show. I'd love to see them again someday.

Sweet, Bob Dylan is awesome! I really enjoy his music as well. I got into him back when I was in high school. One of my history teachers had known Bob Dylan before he was famous since they grew up in the same town so that's how I became aware of his music. He's got so many great songs but Hurricane is probably my favorite.

That's a cool story, man. Do you ever get told that you look like a certain actor or musician?

For me, Elvis Presley was pretty big for me when I was young. My parents would listen to his music quite a bit and he always seemed larger than life for me. I still enjoy his music to this day.

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Wade92 on 8/28/2015 Reply  · 

Cool! Well for me, I hear that I look like a few different people but the one I hear the most is Benedict Cumberbatch. Not a perfect match but we definitely have similarities. I like him as an actor as well so I don't mind the comparison :)

How is The Exorcist? I've never seen it but I hear its freaky beyond belief.

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Wade92 on 8/30/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks for your thoughts, man!

I thought Face/Off was a blast. I wasn't expecting a whole lot but it really impressed me. The film had such a bizarre concept but it just ran with it and it was really a lot of fun. It also had quite a bit of heartfelt moments too which surprised me. John Travolta was good in the film but Nicolas Cage was the one that really impressed me. This is probably my favorite Cage film that I've seen so far.

The Gift was a pretty solid film. Very suspenseful at times and I thought it was well directed by Joel Edgerton who also starred in it. It definitely had me on the edge of my seat. I really like Joel Edgerton's work so I was happy to see him knock it out of the park again.

What did you think of Jurassic World and Edge of Tomorrow?

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Wade92 on 9/1/2015 Reply  · 

Yep, I have seen both. I thought Jurassic World was surprisingly better than I thought it was going to be. The first two are still my favorites of the series but I still enjoyed the new installment.

Edge of Tomorrow really impressed me. I wasn't all that interested in the trailers but I went and saw it in theaters any way because I heard good buzz and I had a blast. You are right about it being rewatchable too because I watched it for a second time earlier this year and I think I enjoyed it even more. Too bad it wasn't more successful at the box office. Tom Cruise was excellent in the film but the person that really stood out for me was Emily Blunt. I really liked her in Looper and I thought she was fantastic in this film as well. I'm really looking forward to her upcoming film Sicario. Have you heard of that one?

As for movies I'll be watching soon, I'm not entirely sure yet haha. I've been watching a lot of films I've already seen before lately. One I'll be checking out for the first time for sure is Erin Brokovich. How about yourself?

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Wade92 on 9/1/2015 Reply  · 

I plan on watching Erin Brokovich either this week or next week sometime so I will let you know :)

I like Julia Roberts alright as an actress. I've only seen her in a few films but my favorite of hers is Sleeping With The Enemy. I've heard she's crazy difficult to work with on set though haha. But I can't judge because I wasn't there. I haven't seen Pretty Woman yet but I still need to someday.

Secret In There Eyes looks very good! It looks like she's really giving an emotional performance. I'm really looking forward to checking it out later this year.

If you could sit down and have a meal with any celebrity who would it be?

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Wade92 on 9/1/2015 Reply  · 

I've recently started keeping a list of films that I want to see someday. Not planning on watching any of them immediately or anything I just want to see them someday and that list is already pretty long haha.

I thought the Danish Girl looked intriguing as well. I really liked Eddie Redmayne's work in The Theory of Everything and I really liked Tom Hooper's The King's Speech so I'm curious to see it. I can see Redmayne getting a lot of praise for the role similar to Jared Leto for his role in Dallas Buyer's Club. Have you seen that film?

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Wade92 on 9/1/2015 Reply  · 

Very nice choices! I would like to have lunch with Leonardo DiCaprio as well. For dinner I will say Emma Stone. Both of those meals would be incredible haha

I think you're right on those Oscar predictions. I can definitely see those three in the running. They are all very deserving actors as well. I know I haven't seen the performances yet but I'm rooting for DiCaprio as well. I still can't believe that he didn't win for The Wolf of Wall Street!

The King's Speech is a great film. Definitely one of my favorite movies from the year 2010. It's a very character driven film and I was riveted by the story. I recommend checking it out if you ever want to see it.

I have mixed feelings on Friday. I thought parts of it were hilarious and I thought there were other parts where the humor was reaching and was a little immature. Ice Cube and Chris Tucker played off each other very well. Overall, I thought it was a pretty decent film.

I agree with you on McConaughey. He's an excellent actor and he's no doubt good in Dallas Buyer's Club, but I thought other actors were a lot more deserving.

Yeah man, Leto knocked it out of the park. He absolutely disappeared into that role. It was insane! I'm so excited to see what he does with the Joker in Suicide Squad and hopefully other future DC movies.

I liked Dallas Buyers Club quite a bit but it wasn't one of my favorites from that year. The performances were excellent but it's kind of one of those films where I don't have the urge to see it again anytime soon.

Is there any roles where you don't see the actor at all in? Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight, Billy Bob Thorton in Sling Blade and Jared Leto in Dallas Buyers Club are three roles where I can't see the actor at all, only the character.

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Wade92 on 9/4/2015 Reply  · 

Those are great picks man! I agree, Daniel Day Lewis WAS Daniel Plainview. It's one of those roles where you can't even imagine any one else in the role. Ledger was the same way for the Joker. I really like Robert DeNiro as well. Goodfellas, Taxi Driver, Casino, Silver Linings Playbook, Raging Bull, Godfather Part II, Jackie Brown and American Hustle are all my favorites of his. That man really has talent.

I didn't know the trailer was out until you mentioned it...good thing you did :) it looks like a really fascinating film. Seems to have the potential to be quite powerful and heartbreaking. I think Redmayne really has a good chance of winning two Oscars in a row. That would really be something.

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Wade92 on 9/8/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah, Sean Penn is great! I've seen him in Mystic River, Carlito's Way, Gangster Squad, The Game and my personal favorite Fast Times at Ridgemont High. He was absolutely perfect for the role of Jeff Spicoli. Have you seen Fast Times at Ridgemont High?

What are some of your favorite high school films?

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Wade92 on 9/8/2015 Reply  · 

Hey, I checked out Erin Brockovich recently and I thought it was pretty good! Julia Roberts really brought a spark to the film with her performance. Albert Finney and Aaron Eckhart were very good in the film as well. I definitely wouldn't mind seeing the film again in the future. Sleeping with the Enemy is still my favorite Julia Roberts film though :)

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Wade92 on 9/11/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah man, I've seen all of those and they are all great films! Dazed and Confused, American Graffiti, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Donnie Darko,The Karate Kid (the original 80s film), The Breakfast Club, Rebel Without a Cause and Back to the Future are my personal favorite high school films.

Lego Justice League was ok. It reminded me of the old Super Friends cartoon I used to watch as a kid so that was cool.

I thought The Man From U.N.C.L.E was a blast! The story was a bit typical but it was still an entertaining film. Too bad it's underperforming at the box office because it was a lot of fun and was a very stylish film. The soundtrack was fantastic as well. I really like Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes films as well and I thought this one was just as fun.

I do like Bruce Willis quite a bit. I really like him in Pulp Fiction, Die Hard, Looper, both Sin City films, Unbreakable and The Sixth Sense. I still need to see Die Hard with a Vengeance though! Over the past few years he must have it included in his contract that he has to hold a gun in every movie he's in haha. Seems like most trailers I see him in now he flies on the scene with guns blazing all the time :) What do you think of Bruce Willis?

What did you think of 2012? I remember everyone freaking out that the world was going to end when that film was released.

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Wade92 on 9/14/2015 Reply  · 

I'm not all that into Jim Carrey. I've seen quite a few of his films and he's a really talented guy but I'm not all that into him. Liar Liar would be my favorite film of his. I still really want to see The Number 23 and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind though. What are your thoughts on Jim Carrey?

That's a really good question! I'm not sure what movie ending I would change. The first one that comes to mind is The Lost World: Jurassic Park. That whole San Diego ending always felt a little off to me. I don't hate it but I feel like they could have done something better since it really feels tacked on. Any movie endings you wish you could change?

I never really believed that the world was going to end but from time to time there was a little part of me thinking, "wait, what if it does happen?" haha. I never really worried too much about it I guess.

What did you think of Zero Dark Thirty? I saw that one for the first time a couple months ago.

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Wade92 on 9/15/2015 Reply  · 

That would have been kind of cool for an ending for Se7en as well. I've heard that director David Fincher originally wanted to cut to black right after Miller shoots John Doe but the studio wouldn't let him. They already didn't like the ending as it was since they thought it was too gutsy.

I liked Zero Dark Thirty quite a bit. I thought the cast was really good and I liked how a lot of time passed over the course of the film. A lot of different people were weaving in and out the story and it really showed how extremely difficult their mission was.

Are there any films that you liked a lot more when you watched it a second time compared to when you first saw it?

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Wade92 on 9/16/2015 Reply  · 

Oh I definitely prefer Zero Dark Thirty. I was a little underwhelmed by The Hurt Locker. It wasn't a bad film, I just didn't find it that interesting. There were a few scenes that were pretty gripping but overall I was much more invested in Zero Dark Thirty. How about yourself?

Cool, isn't it crazy how your feelings towards a film can change so much just from watching it a second time? I've got a few myself that dramatically improved on a second viewing. The Dark Knight Rises, Gone Girl, Birdman and The Wolf of Wall Street would be a few. Fight Club would be one for me as well same as you. That would probably be the best example. I really wasn't in to it the first time but with each subsequent viewing it just keeps getting better and better. I love the film now and have a tough time seeing why I used to not really care for it.

I like space films alright. Interstellar and the Star Wars films are at the top for me. I also liked Star Trek Into Darkness, Alien/Aliens and 2001: A Space Odyssey. I haven't seen Gravity yet. Is it worth the watch?

Do you like space oriented films? Would you ever go on a space mission if given the opportunity?

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Wade92 on 9/18/2015 Reply  · 

I agree. The defusing scenes were definitely the highlights of the film for me.

Yeah man, The Dark Knight Rises is my favorite of the trilogy as well. I think technically The Dark Knight is the tighter and overall "better" film but The Dark Knight Rises is such a perfect and epic finale with great emotional payoff so it's my personal favorite. Each installment in that trilogy is just stellar. I think I was a little let down by DKR on the first viewing because I was WAY too overhyped for it and it definitely is a bit of a different film than you are expecting. The more I thought about it the more I liked it and I went back to see it in theaters a couple weeks later an absolutely loved it.

Another film that I forgot to mention is Raging Bull. I thought it was kind of overrated the first time but when I watched it again a few months back I have no idea what I was thinking. Such an incredible film. I hear that De Niro and Pesci are supposed to be working with Scorsese once again on an upcoming film so I'm excited for that!

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Wade92 on 9/18/2015 Reply  · 

Cool, thanks for your thoughts on Gravity. I've heard that if you didn't see it in theaters, there's no point seeing it at all because it is such a visual experience. I'm glad you said it's still good on the small screen though. Maybe I'll check it out sometime.

Interstellar is breathtaking and outstanding. Definitely worth your time if you want to see it. If you're into space travel and black holes you'd definitely dig this film. I thought it was the perfect blend of being a big grand adventure film while at its heart being a very intimate story about a father and his kids. It actually takes a very realistic approach to space travel as well which I really liked.

Well, technically, I can never be an astronaut because I am over the height limit of 6 feet haha. But even if I could go I'm not sure I'd want to. It would be really cool but I would go crazy being locked in that small space for so long haha

As for Extraterrestrial lifeforms, I'm not sure. I mean some weird stuff has happened that points towards it even around where I live but I'm not entirely a believer in all that. It's really fun to read about though like you said.

Some of my favorite movie heroes are Batman, Driver (from Drive), Cooper (Interstellar), Andy Dufresne, Luke Skywalker, Clint Eastwood's Man with No Name and Cobb (Inception). How about yourself?

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Wade92 on 9/18/2015 Reply  · 

Haha yeah, I'm sure that was plenty confusing the first time through if you hadn't seen the previous installments. I'm trying to think if I've seen any series out of order but I can't really think of any off the top of my head. I usually try to watch them in order because I don't like the feeling of not knowing what's going on haha. I guess I did see a couple of the Harry Potter films out of order but I had already read the books so I knew what was going on.

Those are all great heroes. I don't know what you'd call Angier haha Sometimes I think of him as a hero too but then other times I see the anti-hero. Maybe him and Borden kind of switch roles as the film progresses? Maybe I've asked you this before but have you ever read the book The Prestige? I read it once five or six years ago and I remember it being very different from the film.

I really liked The Bicycle Thief. It was a fairly short film with a straightforward plot but was still very powerful all the same. It was a very neo-realistic film and it really made you feel for the characters. I would recommend seeing the film for sure.

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Wade92 on 9/20/2015 Reply  · 

I think you're spot on there man. Both have a mixture of good and bad in them. I agree that the "better" man won in the end.

It's been quite a while since I read the book but I remember thinking that the film was a lot better. The book was quite a bit different and I think the all the changes they made for the film were actually improvements. The book is actually mostly in the form of diary entries that are being read by a descendant of one of the magicians. A lot of the events in the movie are in a whole different order in the book or don't happen at all. The big twist towards the end of the film is exposed quite early in the book as well if I remember correctly. I don't remember exactly who won in the end but Angier and Borden definitely end differently than they do in the film and the book had a much more supernatural ending.

Have you seen The Illusionist? A lot of people tell me it's similar to The Prestige and is actually better. I want to check it out someday but I doubt it will be better because I really love The Prestige!

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Wade92 on 9/21/2015 Reply  · 

Cool, I'll have to check it out sometime. I usually like Edward Norton quite a bit.

I thought Phone Booth was a pretty good film. It really reminded me of like an old Hitchcock thriller or something. I thought the film had really good tension and I thought Colin Farrell did a good job in the lead role.

Man...I have no idea what I would do in that phone booth situation. Probably pretty similar to how Colin Farrell handled it I guess. I think I would be a lot more desperate to get help from the police around me though. How about you?

Yeah, I did hear that they had set release date! Not much to go on but it's still exciting to hear that he's already cooking up something. There was no announcements for the longest time about his next film so even just getting a release date is good to see things are already moving forward. The summer release date almost makes it seem like it will be a bigger blockbuster again like Inception and Interstellar. Can't wait to hear what the film will be about!

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Wade92 on 9/23/2015 Reply  · 

Birdman, Fight Club, American History X and The Grand Budapest Hotel are my favorite Edward Norton films.

Black Mass was alright but I'm not going to lie, I was a little let down by it. Not a bad movie by any means but I was expecting a little more. I think my main problem is that there wasn't really any emotional pull in the film to keep me invested. I wasn't really rooting for one particular character. The film had good performances all around but nothing that blew me away. I can see how people are calling this Depp's comeback but he never floored me I guess. Once again that probably is because there wasn't enough emotional weight in the film. The film had some terrific tense scenes but overall the film didn't suck me in like I wanted. For sure not a bad film if you're wanting to check it out. I'm still glad I saw it, I just wish there was a little more there.

Yeah, I do enjoy Ridley Scott films, his popular ones and even some of his films that weren't as well received. I like Gladiator, Exodus: Gods and Kings, Robin Hood, Blade Runner, American Gangster, Body of Lies, Prometheus and Alien. I'm really excited for The Martian as well. Looks like its going to be a fun ride!

How was The Last Airbender? Was it as dreadful as everyone says?

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thejamin on 9/26/2015 Reply  · 

Hey thanks for accepting my request! I must say that you have an awesome list as well. Prestige, Fellowship, Days of Future Past, T2, etc. I also must say that I've always loved The Prestige. It's extremely underrated and is one of the most wrongly unappreciated movies of all time. It's awesome to see it so high on your list!

Once again, thanks so much for accepting my request and I look forward to our future discussions!

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Wade92 on 9/26/2015 Reply  · 

That bad huh? Well I'll take your word and stay away from that film haha I never watched the Nickelodeon show when it was on. I remember seeing commercials for it all the time when I would be watching other shows on the channel but it never interested me.

Have you heard about Nickelodeon bringing back a lot of its old shows from the 90s and early 2000s and will be showing a bunch of reruns? I actually think its kind of cool since I grew up with a lot of those shows.

Blade Runner is a really cool film. Definitely one of the first films that come to mind when I think of "cult films". Not everyone has seen it but it deserves more recognition. The film has great special effects and the production design is simply amazing to look at. It's a very different film but still a very good one. I would recommend it.

I hear there is a second Blade Runner in the works as well. It will be directed by Denis Villeneuve who also directed Prisoners and Enemy which are a couple of my favorite films from the last few years, and it will be shot by one of my favorite cinematographers, Roger Deakins. Harrison Ford will be returning and Ryan Gosling is supposedly in the film as well. I can't wait!

What did you think of Ghost Protocol and any thoughts on the Mission: Impossible franchise? Mission Impossible III and Rogue Nation are my personal favorites of the series.

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thejamin on 9/27/2015 Reply  · 

Yes, he is my favorite director, too! I've seen all of his films except for Following. I can never seem to decide which of The Dark Knight Trilogy is my favorite; I love all three of them almost equally. I really like Interstellar, though it's not for everyone. Memento is great, too, but I've only seen it once. Of course, there's Inception, which I consider to be one of the greatest films of all time. I agree with what you said about The Prestige. Some people tend to leave it behind when they compare it to such classics as Inception or Memento, but I think it's right up there with the others.

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TommyDoyle78 on 9/28/2015 Reply  · 

Hey, Mr. Koroy; I've watched the ones you've recommended to me (GoodFellas, Indy trilogy, etc) and they're brilliant. So, you can recommend some ones to me?
And I've seen that you've added Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. How was it? I really looking for it, and the classics ones!

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odominus on 9/28/2015 Reply  · 

Hey, thanks for the friend request. Fine choice with the Prestige as your favorite. Incredibly underrated.

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thejamin on 9/28/2015 Reply  · 

Oh, I love Marvel movies, especially the MCU. If I had to pick a favorite, it's probably a three-way tie between Guardians, Winter Soldier, and the first Avengers. Another great one that comes to mind is X-Men: Days of Future Past. That movie was like X-Men meets Inception! Age of Ultron was a slight letdown. I can't really explain what I felt was wrong about it. However, I'm excited to rewatch it on Blu-Ray, which may change my opinion about it. Also, Spider-Man has also been one of my favorite superheroes. But truthfully, I'm more of a DC guy. Ever since I was a kid, I've been a huge Batman fan, which introduced me to more awesome characters like Superman and Green Lantern. I seriously cannot wait for the upcoming Batman v Superman movie, and the Justice League films!

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thejamin on 9/28/2015 Reply  · 

As for animated films, I love The Lion King, and I especially love Toy Story 1 and 3 (not a huge fan of the second film).

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odominus on 9/29/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks!! There's so many I need to see yet though :/
Thanks about the profile pic too, one of the best cinematic images ever. You need to work on a pic yourself man :P

Let the conversations begin

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TommyDoyle78 on 9/29/2015 Reply  · 

Thanks very much, man! ;)
I'll be checking them soon as possible! I actually want to got some foreign language ones.
Hey, thanks again man. Why you don't uses one? There's a lot of options, hehe.
I've just watched Rise so far, and it was very amazing! I want Dawn to improve on it. I really like the atmosphere of these movies. Checking them soon!
Thoughts on Predator 2? I was born and always lived in Los Angeles, but I'm was shocked how this movie was done, hehe. Enjoyable fun though.

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thejamin on 9/30/2015 Reply  · 

I love a lot of Spielberg's films. I haven't seen all of them. I've seen all four Indiana Jones films (don't care for the fourth), Jurassic Park, The Lost World, Duel, Jaws, and The Terminal. My favorite would have to be Raiders. Have you ever seen Duel? It's one of Spielberg's first films he ever made. In my opinion, it's severely underrated.

Also, I'm wondering. Have you seen many Stanley Kubrick films?

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Wade92 on 10/1/2015 Reply  · 

I agree! Cartoons just don't have the magic to them that they used to. I watched quite a bit of Cartoon Network growing up. I liked watching Batman: The Animated Series, Samurai Jack, Justice League and Dexter's Laboratory. Plus, I watched a ton of older cartoons like Scooby-Doo Where Are You and Looney Tunes.

Yeah, I like Jeremy Renner. The Town and American Hustle are my two favorite performances of his.

Rogue Nation is very good. I can see how some people might prefer Ghost Protocol, but personally I found Rogue Nation to be a much stronger film. It had a lot of tension and a lot of intense action. In a way it felt like it combined the best elements of all the previous films and improved on them.

Any films you plan on watching soon?

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Wade92 on 10/1/2015 Reply  · 

The Red Shoes was a pleasant surprise. I've heard Martin Scorsese mention it as one of his favorite films for quite a while so I was wanting to check it out. To be honest, I was kind of expecting to hate it because I wasn't all that into the ballet element but it was much better than I expected. The core three characters really kept me invested.

I haven't heard of that website. I'll have to try check it out sometime. Sounds interesting :)

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odominus on 10/1/2015 Reply  · 

Maybe you're using files that are too large, or the wrong format (like sth besides jpeg), but I'm only speculating.

Love Nolan!!! The Prestige is my favorite, but almost all of his movies are in my top 100 (or even 50)...although sad enough to say I've still yet to see Memento or Insomnia.
I know it's cliché but my favorite director is most definitely Mr. Kubrick. To me, he is the one genuine genius to come out of the film industry, like a Michelangelo behind the camera.

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thejamin on 10/1/2015 Reply  · 

Stanley Kubrick is my second favorite director, right behind Nolan. I've got two of his films in top 10! 2001 and The Shining are masterful films. A Clockwork Orange is great, too. I haven't seen Dr Strangleove, though.

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thejamin on 10/1/2015 Reply  · 

*Strangelove

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TommyDoyle78 on 10/2/2015 Reply  · 

Psycho is what you call a true classic. Though it's on my top 10, it's under North by Northwest at favoritism, and under Rear Window at the concept of "better"! I love every Hitchcock movie I've seen, except maybe for Notorious. Though, it still with some potential. I just can't handle with Brezil haha. Yes, there are lots of injustice on the Academy awards and it's one of them, ;).
Well, it happen with me on a web community. On the same Flickchart way to upload a pic. It happen just because I'm on the phone, :/. For that, I still with a Predator pic for years, haha.
I actually enjoy it (maybe because of LA factor), but isn't a good movie by any means. Mr. Glover did a great job though. It got 44% here, so, it's at least OK for me, but overall it's really a big pile of shit haha.

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thejamin on 10/2/2015 Reply  · 

Yes! I saw Rear Window a few weeks ago and I absolutely loved it! It's already reached my top 10. I can honestly say it's one of the most suspenseful and intense movies I've ever seen. I've only seen three of Hitchcock's films, though. North by Northwest, Vertigo, and Rear Window.

As for Amadeus. We had to watch it in one of my classes at school this week. What an amazing film from beginning to end! I was actually surprised at how much I liked it. I was also surprised at how outstanding the acting was for both characters. However, I felt that the final 5 minutes or so could have been done better. Overall, the first act was really fun to watch, the second act was very dark (I felt it was the strongest part of the film), but I thought that the third act (while good) just wasn't quite as powerful as the first two acts.

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TommyDoyle78 on 10/3/2015 Reply  · 

If u seen, I got just two directors with +2 movies in my top 10 (Steven Spielberg; Jurassic Park, Jaws, E.T., and Raiders of the Lost Ark, & Alfred Hitchcock; North by Northwest, and Psycho). Before it, I've got The Shining and Dr. Strangelove. I do love specific Kubrick movies, but overall, them isn't for me. How about you?

Yes, they're hilarious! But overall, they're just fun, not great achievements in general. Men in Black II was the only bad one, it's painful bad!
I enjoy some Will Smith ones, like Men in Black and Independence Day, but I hated some (Men in Black, I am Legend)...he's nice though! You like Will Smith as well?

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thejamin on 10/4/2015 Reply  · 

Tarantino is another one of my top favorite directors! My favorite film of his is Django Unchained, while Pulp Fiction is a close second favorite. I enjoyed the Kill Bill movies, but I thought that Volume 2 was a bit of a step down from Volume 1 (which I really liked). I've only seen Inglorious Basterds and Reservoir Dogs once, and they both need rewatches. But I think Django Unchained is a masterpiece that deserves more recognition. It's currently in my top 10. It's probably my favorite western, which is why I'm especially excited for The Hateful Eight. As soon as I heard that Tarantino was planning another western film, I was immediately psyched about it!

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odominus on 10/5/2015 Reply  · 

It's been on my plan to see list for a long time. Every month I check Netflix to see if Memento has been added, no luck every time. I'll get to it soon though and give my impressions.

2001 isn't for everyone, it's a little abstract (and slow if I'm being honest with myself), but it's amazing to me. Obviously the special effects don't compare to what comes out now, but I think that works to its benefit. You are not so overwhelmed to the incredibility of the images before you, and once stripped away, you are left with the wonder of what in the world is going on. It's different every time I see it.
What did you think of Barry Lyndon?

I have to admit, when it comes to Chaplin, I can't get all that into it. I recognize and marvel at the man's brilliance and performances, but I can't say I personally enjoy it that much. Comedy (not that he was merely a comedian) is the hardest thing to hold up across generations. When I most enjoy him is when the comedy is understated and his dramatic side comes out (which he was just as great at, another mark of his greatness). The Great Dictator is his finest work for me (and obv I'm hardly alone in that) because of that. He was ahead of his time and truly great, I'm just not going to laugh like a madman watching him.

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Wade92 on 10/5/2015 Reply  · 

Everest was great. I wasn't sure what I was going to think going in but I left the theater very impressed. The production design was incredible. It really felt like they were up there on Everest. The film had a little bit of pacing issues here and there but man it sure had a gripping second half to the film! I usually don't get too riled up during movies but man I was actually gripping the armrests of my seat at certain points. I think part of it had to do with knowing this actually happened to people. I couldn't imagine going through something like that. I had no intention of climbing Everest before seeing the film and now I definitely don't want to haha. I'd recommend the film if you're ever wanting to check it out.

JFK was pretty good too. I was surprised with how many big names were in the cast. Kevin Costner carried the film well and I was pretty invested. I love investigation films, Zodiac would be my favorite. The editing was pretty sharp in the film as well. They did a great job incorporating flashbacks and old footage of JFK and whatnot. It really had a great visual experience to it.

How is Alice in Wonderland? I'm not sure if I should check that one out someday or not. Do you like Tim Burton films?

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TommyDoyle78 on 10/6/2015 Reply  · 

I highly recommend Dr. Strangelove! Fun movie, ;).
Actually, I also need to check ACO out. Seem a great movie (I've seen a bit of it. I don't checked it completely because it was very violent and disturbing)
I actually need to see more of his works, but I don't think he's a predictable actor (when you see that Tom Cruise is in the cast of the movie, you know what would happen. Will Smith isn't that kind of actor I guess). But, he's got a so annoying son! I can't see how Jaden was Willson, haha.
I actually don't like anything in the boxing area (I'm more of a baseball & fencing guy), but I pretty much in the Rocky hype. The first was great, I've seen bits of the second and it was exciting! I can't see the why it beats Taxi Driver on 1976 Academy Awards, but that movie really deserved. My cousin said that Rocky III is the best of them, so I'm going to check all soon as possible. My brother said Rocky IV was truly emotional. You've seen every Rocky? It's a very classic series!

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thejamin on 10/6/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah, that coffin scene was pretty awesome! As far as favorite trilogy goes, I can never decide between the original Star Wars trilogy and The Dark Knight trilogy. I love all three films from both trilogies. But I guess for now, I'll go with the Star Wars trilogy. I love LOTR, too. Once again, I can never decide which film of trilogy is my favorite. All three are pretty much perfect, though I feel Return of the King takes a bit too long to wrap up. I've recently gotten the entire extended trilogy on Blu-Ray, so I'll probably rewatch them all soon!

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odominus on 10/6/2015 Reply  · 

I agree about Lyndon except for the part about performances. I thought they were perfect for the movie it was. It was a movie to marvel at, and it's cold nature was perfectly matched by Barry's cold nature. If Ryan O'neal played him as a rabble-rousing, swashbuckling adventurer, it would have been poorly served. He is, in the end, a mere opportunist. Much like Full Metal Jacket, Kubrick presents Lyndon not as a vehicle for your emotions to latch onto, but more as a true "fly on the wall" experience. You really are an observer into the life of another, with little bias towards any character. That's what made Kubrick, in my view, more like a Renaissance artist than a filmmaker, at least after Dr. Strangelove. Lyndon is the prime example of that.

I've seen Modern Times and City Lights of course. It's not that I didn't like them. I see the brilliance of them, and how ahead of their time they were and appreciate all that went into them (esp how Chaplin was involved in every aspect, that's amazing)

LOTR is def up there, but maybe higher than that is the "Before" trilogy (Before Sunrise, Before Sunset, Before Midnight). Too bad the Matrix sequels crapped the bed so bad. If either was close to the first it would have been close too :S

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thejamin on 10/7/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah, I know what you mean. I started watching Fellowship, and noticed it was 4 hours long. I can't imagine how long Return of the King is. Haha!

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thejamin on 10/7/2015 Reply  · 

It's almost a three-way tie between all three of them for me. But if I must, I'll go with Fellowship. I think that both Two Towers and Return of the King are flawed. The Two Towers' only weakness is that it just moves too slow, up until the battle at the end. Return of the King's only problems is that it takes too long to wrap up. While I feel Fellowship starts off a bit slow, the Balrog scene completely makes up for it. OVerall, I think Fellowship is probably the best. I love the whole trilogy, though.

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TommyDoyle78 on 10/8/2015 Reply  · 

I'm actually on Hawaii, so I really like surfing also! Tennis was cool. The typical Hitchcock sport, hehe. :)
I actually just got all of them on Blu-Ray. Going to watch them. Actually, I'm studying, so it's hard to watch movies.
..and The Omen! Actually, I just can't understand the why the Academy don't gave horror movies a chance. They're great! (Though Omen was a bit silly)
I actually also got they very close. Taxi Driver is #46, Rocky is #52. I actually watched TD twice, and Rocky once. With time, I guess, this pick can change!
Yes, De Niro should win the Oscar! Peter Finch was great, he died 1 year later, but isn't a reason to robbing De Niro!
I actually haven't seen Network, but as far as I'm concerned, it's on my watch list! I need to see some Sidney Lumet ones.

Hey, tomorrow's your birthday (At this moment, it's 9 pm here, so I guess, if you're on NY or in its east, it's already your birthday, so...) Happy birthday! Have such a nice day, ;).
Mine is 6th august, but I don't want to be 15, hehe.

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Wade92 on 10/9/2015 Reply  · 

I really like a few Tim Burton films but I'm not crazy about him. Sometimes his style is a little too out there for me. Edward Scissorhands and Batman are easily my favorites of his. I haven't seen Ed Wood yet, maybe I'll have to check it out.

How is Modern Times and The Circus? The only Chaplin film I've seen so far is City Lights and I loved it so I want to check out some more of his work.

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thejamin on 10/10/2015 Reply  · 

Tom Hanks is one of the best actors that's ever lived! I would have to say my favorite performance of his was in Forrest Gump. His performance in Captain Phillips doesn't get enough praise. Another great performance was in The Green Mile. One thing that I've always liked about his acting is that if he's in a drama movie, he's always able to make you feel sad for him (like in The Terminal).

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TommyDoyle78 on 10/12/2015 Reply  · 

Network really looks good, and 12 Angry Men was very acclaimed, so I'm going to watch them. Murder on the Orient Express also looks amazing, and very similar to my number 19, Clue!

I've seen just The Shining and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, and they're great! Jack deserved the Oscar in both. I've seen a bit of Chinatown, but I don't want to add it, since I can't remember from a vast part of the movie. He's the best actor ever Imo!

Hey, Shining was bad-ranked on your chart! It was a mistake, or you don't like it?
It was one of my favs (#11). Very influential horror movie! (The last two movie I've watched, Insidious and Insidious: Chapter 2, are like rehashes of it. Some scenes, Patrick Wilson even look alike Jack and Ty Simpkins look alike Danny)

Hey, what's about your DVD/Blu-Ray collection? Everyone that love movies has one.
I got a lot of them (122 movies, including The Godfather, The Silence of the Lambs, City Lights, Alien, etc)
I planning to buy "Jurassic World" soon. I hated "Iron Man 3" first time I've watched, and I've watched JW just once. Also hated it. They're very similar movies. Even share the same annoying boy, hehe. (Actually I met him though, we're studying on the same school, lol)
Well, I'm in Los Angeles, so, it's normal seeing famous people!

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thejamin on 10/12/2015 Reply  · 

It's actually been a long time since I've seen The Green Mile. I don't remember everything, but I remember loving it and that Tom Hanks and Michael Clarke Duncan were great in it.

So I see that you've recently added Iron Man 3. I'm wondering. What is your opinion on Marvel movies or superhero movies in general?

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Wade92 on 10/13/2015 Reply  · 

Awesome, I'm going to have to check out some more Chaplin films for sure! You are exactly right that his films can so much without verbally saying anything at all. Now that's talent.

Have you ever seen the film Chaplin starring Robert Downey Jr? I haven't but it seems kind of interesting.

Key Largo was really good. I had never heard of it until another Flickcharter recommended it and I quite enjoyed it. Yet another good Bogart film and my first one with both Bogart and Bacall starring together. I really like films where the characters are sort of trapped in one location so this film was right up my alley.

No, the Peter Pan film I recently added to Flickchart was a film I saw years ago and just remembered about now that I hear so much about the new Pan film. The only Peter Pan film that I think is alright is Hook. The new Pan film has an interesting cast but I don't think I'll see it in theaters. Do you plan on seeing the new Pan film?

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thejamin on 10/14/2015 Reply  · 

The superhero genre is my favorite genre as well! I was disappointed with Iron Man 3, too. The whole Mandarin twist completely killed it for me, though I can still find a little enjoyment in the overall movie. But, in my opinion, no comic book film can surpass any of TDK trilogy. They're kind of nostalgic for me (I'm only 15). I was never a huge X-Men fan until I saw First Class and Days of Future Past; now I'm an X-Men fanatic! I'm also a huge fan of the MCU. I saw Guardians of the Galaxy three times in the theater. The first Avengers film and Guardians of the Galaxy are the most fun theater experiences I've ever had. I'm so pumped for Batman v Superman, Captain America: Civil War, and X-Men: Apocalypse.

By the way, have you seen Ant-Man?

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TommyDoyle78 on 10/14/2015 Reply  · 

Hey, awesome; You've just added "Insidious" like me. It was on Syfy last Friday. I have a pic https://pbs-0.twimg.com/media/CQ6v_SIWUAAGH6Q.jpg
What are your thoughts on it? I just hated the movie with all my forces. I can't remember from a so un-effective movie till date.

I actually don't got any of the Hitchcock movies. Well, I got three on my top 10. They're on my dad film store.
I got three Chaplin movies though! (City Lights, The Great Dictator - masterpiece, and The Kid)
I'll got some Hitch ones with time, and maybe A Clockwork Orange.

Hey, what are your thoughts on Jurassic World?
It's growing up on my list. From 9% to 21% actually, haha. I've seen a bit of the film again on my cousin home (he got the DVD first) and liked it quite a bit.
I don't purchased it because nothing can compete with T2: Skynet Edition (a fuckin' long but fuckin' good version of the movie).
There's a lot of movies I'll give another try...Notorious, Insidious, Schindler's List, The Fugitive, etc...how about you?

Yes, LA is a very nice place! Apart from Ty Simpkins, I met Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mark Hamill, Sylvester Stallone, Robert Downey Jr, Wes Anderson, Harrison Ford, and Richard Dreyfuss! I saw Jeff Goldblum once, and he looked right at me! Man, Jeff Fuckin' Goldblum!

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Wade92 on 10/14/2015 Reply  · 

Cool, maybe I'll check the film Chaplin out someday.

Let me know what you think of Casablanca after you watch it again. I liked it the first time I watched it but it just continues to improve each time I revisit it. Maybe that's not always the case but you never know :)

Haha sweet, what are the odds? I really liked Crazy Stupid Love. I'm usually not a big romantic comedy person but I thought this one was well written and had great humor and wit to it. I loved the cast as well, they were all actors that I really like.

I like Steve Carell. He was fantastic as Michael Scott in The Office and I'm sure I'll always see him as that character. I thought he was great in Get Smart and Crazy Stupid Love as well. I thought he was brilliant in Foxcatcher. That just might be my favorite performance of his. I hope he does more dramatic work in the future because I love when comedians go dark from time to time.

Ryan Gosling is a guy that I never saw the appeal of for a long time. I thought he was "just another guy known for his looks" but then I saw the film Drive and I've loved his acting ever since. The Place Beyond The Pines, Drive and Blue Valentine are some of my favorite films of his. He seems like a really nice guy too.

Great question, man! Some films I think are underrated are Field of Dreams, Enemy, Sling Blade, Dazed and Confused, Zodiac and Donnie Darko. Some are more underrated than others but I think all of these films deserve more recognition. How about yourself?

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Wade92 on 10/18/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah, Ryan Gosling has a very relaxed screen presence. I don't mind that though. His films always seem very relaxing to me haha

Great choice, man! I have seen The Prestige, The Last Stand, Spider-Man 3, Dead Poets Society and Man of Steel. I would agree that all of these are underrated.

The Walk was very good. I was the only person in my theater that night so that was very cool (that's only the second time its ever happened to me). I'm a big fan of Joseph Gordon-Levitt and I like a lot of Robert Zemeckis's films so I was looking forward to it. It was a very brisk feeling film and I always felt invested. The final act with the actual "walk" was really cool though not as "gut-wrenching" as a lot of audiences claim it to be though. It was very well crafted but I was expecting it to me a little tougher to watch especially since I'm not big on heights. I did not see it in IMAX though, I'm sure that would have made the final act MUCH more intense haha

I have never seen a feature film on an IMAX screen because the closest IMAX theater to me is nearly six hours away. I would love to someday though. I did see a documentary about volcanoes in IMAX years ago and that was really cool. Have you seen any films in IMAX?

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thejamin on 10/20/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah, Ant-Man is pretty great! I actually think it's kind of underrated. I also think it was a nice change of pace for the MCU. It's not like any of the Avengers movies. It's not some massive save the world movie with aliens everywhere. It's a heist movie. I think I even slightly prefer it to Age of Ultron.

I'm still kind of having mixed feelings about Age of Ultron. The action scenes are amazing, but I just feel that there's something off about the overall movie. What did you think of Age of Ultron?

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Wade92 on 10/20/2015 Reply  · 

Watching a classic horror film in theaters would be pretty sweet. I would probably want to see the original Halloween film with Jamie Lee Curtis. That's always been a favorite horror film of mine. Speaking of which, what did you think of Psycho?

Great question, to be honest I am rather upset that Spider-Man is getting rebooted again. I might be in somewhat of a minority but I really liked Marc Webb's Amazing Spider-Man films. I really wish they would have just made The Amazing Spider-Man 3 and wrapped things up properly. It could have shown Peter struggling with the loss of Gwen and going against Harry Osborn and the Sinister Six. To be honest, I didn't like the whole universe building that Sony was attempting to do. I just wanted that third installment and that was all. I have no idea why Sony couldn't just finish what they started and then hand over the rights.

As for Tom Holland, I don't really know much about him. I've only seen him in Locke and that was only his voice. Hopefully he's good but I'm not really a fan of Marvel Studios to begin with. Their movies and characters are always way too hollow for me.

I'm not really sure if I could pick between Maguire or Garfield. They are both so different but they are both perfect for their respective series. I've always seen Maguire as more of a nod to the classic roots of the character from the 60s and Garfield more in line with the modern take of the character like in the Ultimate Spider-Man comic book series. Both did the role extremely well in my opinion. What are your thoughts on the new Spider-Man and which do you prefer between Maguire and Garfield?

Have you seen the new Star Wars trailer yet?

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Wade92 on 10/23/2015 Reply  · 

Halloween is very good. I don't know if I would really call it "scary" but it's still a very good film. I would recommend it if you ever want to check it out.

I love Psycho as well. Really an incredible film and is probably my favorite Hitchcock film as well. I remember reading that Janet Leigh had a very tough time taking showers after being traumatized by filming that iconic scene. I really like Alfred Hitchcock as a director. I've enjoyed all nine of the films that I've seen of his. Psycho, Rear Window and Dial M for Murder are my favorites of his. There are still a lot of his films that I really want to see though!

I have a lot of nostalgia for Tobey as Spider-Man as well. One thing that I really liked about his take on the character is that he really seemed to have a lot earnesty to him. I always thought the way he yearned to be with Mary Jane was done really well. You felt so bad for the guy because he would do anything for her but things didn't always work out. That to me was a really honest approach to Peter Parker.

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Wade92 on 10/23/2015 Reply  · 

No, no don't worry about that at all! I don't take any offense haha Everyone has their own tastes. I knew you weren't as big on the other films but I was just curious if this newer vision was enticing you at all :) And I completely agree with you about Return of the Jedi being ranked that high. Not sure how that happened because it is nowhere near that good haha

I liked A Clockwork Orange quite a bit. It's a film I avoided for quite some time but I wanted it off my List of Shame and ended up enjoying it. Very bizarre at times but still a fun Kubrick film. Have you seen many Kubrick films?

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TommyDoyle78 on 10/23/2015 Reply  · 

True, man. For a horror movie, it's pretty stupid! Actually Patrick Wilson helped the movie but isn't saying much.
That demon visuals...Jesus, lol.

I need to watch Spellbound, Lifeboat and Rebecca yet. They looks awesome!

I'm was on a cinematic museum (I guess), and it got the Rocky rink. On the day I'm was there, Sly was just filming Creed! Pure lucky.
Robert Downey Jr was on Iron Man 3 red carpet. I met him there!
Mark Hamill...well, Star Wars convention! I cosplayed Luke that day, hehe.
Arnie was on Terminator Genisys premiere. It was the best day of my life, he's my idol :)
Nobody was recognizing Wes except for me. I think it was...22 January. I'm at Dolby Theater doors. I said how I loved GBH. I think he's very kind!
Harrison Ford...I think it's a coincidence, but I met him when I'm cosplayed Indy, lol. I think it was on a geek convention as far as I'm go.
Richard Dreyfuss...I met him on vacation. He's the neighbor of my brother, lol. I still talking with him during a week. I even wanted him to autographs my Jaws blu-ray.
Well, and Jeff...After exiting the orthodontist, he's there. He looked right at me, wow. I think I look alike Joe Mazzello...

I kinda liked The Fugitive on my second watch, I'm just not sure how to rank it. It still on his original ranking of mine. (17%, but it would be 75-77% at this moment)
I tempting to watch The Prestige. It's number 1 here. Actually JP is my 1, but I guess the true True Grit was the best movie I've watched (or The Godfather). How about you?

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thejamin on 10/23/2015 Reply  · 

Oh, The Martian was fantastic! It satisfied me in every way and met all of my expectations! It felt like a mix of Guardians of the Galaxy and Cast Away. I would recommend seeing it.

I couldn't agree more with what you said about Age of Ultron. Also, my theater experience with Age of Ultron just couldn't compare to my theater experience with the first Avengers film.

So I see that you've added Psycho. I haven't seen it. I've sort of avoided seeing it because the twist has been ruined for me so I've never really had much of a desire to watch the film. How is it and do you think it is still worth watching, even though I already know the twist?

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Danny237 on 10/24/2015 Reply  · 

Hey man; I'm was a bit too busy to check my Flickchart account, but just like the terminator, I'm back!

Actually watched Steve Jobs. It was good, but not that good. 6.1/10 Imo
Also watched Meadowland. It isn't great or smth, but it's good. What I liked in it was the actors.
Olivia Wilde was fantastic, but "Adam" (I can't remember from his name right now) finally show how talented he is.
Plan on watching them?

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Wade92 on 10/24/2015 Reply  · 

I've never noticed that before about the doors in Psycho. I'll have to keep an eye out for that next time I watch it!

I really enjoy Kubrick films as well. He always had such a unique vision and his films still really pop off the screen to this day. He really is in a league of his own. I've seen The Shining, Full Metal Jacket, A Clockwork Orange, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and Dr Strangelove and have enjoyed them all. I'd still like to see all of his films someday.

I really enjoyed The Martian. Really entertaining and it was beautifully shot. I would probably agree that it's a return to form for Ridley Scott and it's definitely his most accessible film in years. I thought the whole cast was great which made it an even more fun watch. The ending kind of bothered me but it didn't detract from my overall enjoyment.

Do you have a favorite Matt Damon film? Technically, Interstellar is ranked the highest for me but for films that have him in a prominent role it would be Good Will Hunting.

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TommyDoyle78 on 10/25/2015 Reply  · 

Yes...I don't know who I like the most. Arnie or Bob Patrick, but...despite Robert being bad ass as hell, I give the edge to Arnie because...:)
I just got The Fugitive DVD. I'm was quite surprised with being nominated to 1993 best picture, but what a he'll out of a movie. It's nothing better than Jurassic Park or Schindler's List, but it's also very great.
Wes Anderson deserve a lot more of credit. He don't make my kind of movie, and I still like them all. Steve Zissou is pretty underrated! 56% on RT? 62 on Metacritic? It deserved 80% with average 75 at least! It's very enjoyable and that what matters Imo.
Well, I got Prestige and will watch it on the next week. Also, watching "The Thing", "Friday the 13th", "Captain America 2", "Aliens", "Trick'r'Treat", "Halloween II" and "Phantasm". Re-watching some ones too ("Halloween", "Evil Dead II", "Jurassic World" - I just got the collectible edition with Rexy and Indominus action figures, that's awesome!).
Any movies you're checking out next week?

I haven't seen Titanic (a shame because Jim Cameron is my all-time favorite director). Fellowship of the Ring was pretty great! Schindler's List was my least favorite Spielberg movie, but it's very good!

Man, I'm probably know your problem to not uploading a pic. It's because the server you're using on your phone. When in Chrome, I'm never can upload a pic here.

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thejamin on 10/25/2015 Reply  · 

Good to know that it's still enjoyable even if I already know the twist. It's also good to know that there's more to it than just the shock factor. So far, I've only seen 3 Hitchcock films. I've seen Rear Window, Vertigo, and North by Northwest. Rear Window is my favorite so far. It's even in my top 10! Hopefully, I'll being seeing Psycho soon. Have you seen many of his films?

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thejamin on 10/25/2015 Reply  · 

I actually had heard intriguing things about The Revenant, and it has an interesting plot, too. The trailer played ahead of The Martian, so I was able to see that. It seems it will be a pretty deep movie. Also, I know that the director of Birdman (can't remember his name for the life of me) is directing The Revenant, which makes me all the more excited for it.

I'm so ready for The Hateful Eight. Django Unchained is undoubtedly my favorite Tarantino movie, so once I heard that he was working on another western type film, I was immediately pumped for it!

Truthfully, my main focal point of 2015 has been Star Wars: The Force Awakens. I've been psyched out of my mind for it since it was announced back in 2012! Star Wars (Episode IV: A New Hope) is my all-time favorite film so you could imagine how excited I am for it.

I really like Leo DiCaprio. In all honesty, I wasn't all that impressed with him until the last five years or so. He was pretty great in Inception, but he absolutely blew me away in Django Unchained! That dinner table scene is just outstanding! Can't wait to see him in The Revenant!

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Danny237 on 10/25/2015 Reply  · 

Yes, Danny Boyle is great! I love some of his work.
28 Days Later is for sure, a masterpiece!

The Revenant! Some are saying it's going to be DiCaprio best movie. I'm with some doubts, but it'll be great for sure.
The Hateful Eight will be another great movie indeed! Tarantino is a genius.
I think, it will join my top 500.

Yes, I loved The Martian. So far, it's my favorite of the year. It's #494 on my list. Scott is a master. 8/10

The Evil Dead trilogy is a masterpiece! The Evil Dead isn't for everybody, but it's a classic. Evil Dead II is lots and lots of fun. Army of Darkness is the funniest movie I've seen.
Evil Dead is very disturbing, but the another ones just got a few scary moments.

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TommyDoyle78 on 10/26/2015 Reply  · 

I think he's deservrd! Tommy Lee was one of the best things about the movie indeed.

I've already seen The Prestige and Cap 2, but Aliens was part of a Halloween maratony, so...
I can't wait to check out X-Men: Days of Future Past. I quite enjoyed Iron Man 3 and The Winter Soldier, so I think Future Past will be great top. I'll watch it on the next Monday after this.
I'll be watching Friday the 13th in that frisay. It's friday the 30th, not the 13th, but...haha. I've heard about a unpredictable twist. Good.
The Evil Dead was a intense, well developed masterpiece of the horror cinema. It's on my top 20 for sure. I just loved the concept of isolation, just like The Shining and The Thing.
Evil Dead II was some fun, but it's kinda brand. It's okay.
Army of Darkness was loads of fun. It don't take himself too seriously. But it's a good thing.

Gr8, man. Just need a awesome pic :)

I don't liked it all that much. I think it's way overrated. Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron are good, but I don't like the simplistic story. 6/10

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TommyDoyle78 on 10/26/2015 Reply  · 

Marathon*
Too*
Friday*
Haha, using a Tablet at 12:50 am.

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TommyDoyle78 on 10/26/2015 Reply  · 

Hey man, I just met James Cameron!
I asked him way too much questions about T2, haha.

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thejamin on 10/27/2015 Reply  · 

The only Bond movie that I've seen is Casino Royale. I saw it a long time ago. I remember enjoying it, especially the poker scenes, though I don't remember much else from it. I've considered watching Quantum of Solace, but I hear nothing but mixed opinions on it. What do you think?

Also, Spectre does look pretty great. Christoph Waltz is the perfect actor to play a villain. He showed that off pretty well in Inglorious Basterds.

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Danny237 on 10/27/2015 Reply  · 

I'm not looking for Spectre, haha.

I highly recommend The Evil Dead movies! They're so great, it hurts.
Christoph Waltz was really a great actor, principally because of his villainous performances!

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thejamin on 10/28/2015 Reply  · 

All About Eve was fantastic! The acting, the dialogue, and the plot. It's absolutely magnificent! I don't know if I would say it's for everyone, though. It requires a lot of attention. I barely knew anything about it before going into it.

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thejamin on 10/28/2015 Reply  · 

By the way, I plan on watching Psycho this weekend. I'm so excited!

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thejamin on 10/29/2015 Reply  · 

Yes, I would absolutely recommend All About Eve. I will say that the first scene is a little slow, but as soon as the main characters meet, it completely sucks you in. I wouldn't dare tell you any more, haha! I went into it knowing close to nothing about it, and I'm glad I did.

And yes, it is very dialogue-driven, adding to what I said about paying close attention to it. But the dialogue is so well written that it would be hard to miss anything. No worries.

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Wade92 on 10/29/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah, I enjoy the Bourne films. I wouldn't say that I love them but they are still pretty entertaining action films. Ultimatum and Supremacy are tied for my favorite followed by Identity and Legacy. Any reason why you don't care for them so much?

I haven't seen Dustin Hoffman in a whole lot of films but I've really liked him in the ones that I've seen. Definitely check out The Graduate man! That's for sure my favorite film of his followed by Rain Man and All The President's Men.

Do you listen to much music by Simon and Garfunkel? They did the soundtrack for The Graduate.

Thoughts on Cast Away?

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TommyDoyle78 on 10/30/2015 Reply  · 

I definitely enjoyed The Prestige, but the weakness of the last 30 minutes, and the Fallon twist almost killed the movie for me. Chris Bale was great, Jackman was deep, and Johansson's a bitch. It don't looks a Nolan movie by the way. The way of telling the story was kinda confusing, but it's great. 7.5/10

I personally removed Cap 2 from my chart, but I definitely enjoyed it. I'll re-watch the movie for complete to add it, but it's very thrilling and entertaining. 8/10

I just hoping I'll enjoy Days of Future Past. So bad I miss it last week because of school. I've watched a bit and it seeming awesome. I hope it'll beat First Class, my fav X-Men movie.

It was very great, though I'm was a bit too anxious.
Yes, I don't want to say it of my favorite director, but he's definitely a canadian, haha.

How was Cast Away?

Happy Halloween, man!
Plans on watching horror movies?

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Wade92 on 10/31/2015 Reply  · 

That's cool man, everyone has different tastes. I enjoy the Mission: Impossible series as well. I'm not all that into the Bond films yet. I've seen all the Daniel Craig films but haven't been overly impressed with them. I'm not really expecting much from Spectre but I might still check it out. I really like Christoph Waltz's work so that could be really interesting. Someday I hope to watch all the classic Bond films to see what I think of those. Who do you think would be good to take over the role of Bond after Daniel Craig?

Yeah, I've been seeing some good ones recently. 12 Angry Men was fantastic! I love movies that take place in one location for the majority of its run time and this one was very investing. The Kid was excellent as well. I think I liked City Lights a little more but The Kid was great nonetheless. I can't wait to see more of Chaplin's work.

Bridge of Spies was decent. I've liked all the previous collaborations of Spielberg and Hanks but I think I was expecting a little more from this one. It was well acted and beautifully shot, but I don't really see myself watching it again for a while.

I'm kind of a casual listener of Simon and Garfunkel but I really like all that I've heard from them so far.

Yep, I've seen Cast Away numerous times. I really enjoy it and like you said Hanks really does a great job of carrying the film practically on his own. A surprisingly sad film as well.

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lukiushaufoy on 11/1/2015 Reply  · 

Hey man. What is your favourite Leonardo DiCaprio performance? Mine would be Calvin Candie in Django, followed by Billy Costigan in The Departed.

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thejamin on 11/1/2015 Reply  · 

I love the Spider-Man films (most of them, anyway)! I much prefer the Maguire/Raimi films. They're extremely nostalgic for me. I really miss Maguire as Spider-Man! The Garfield/Webb films were good, too. I loved TASM2 when it came out, though over time, it's gone down my list. I was furious when I found out that they weren't continuing on with The Sinister Six film. They honestly could have made a third final film and called it "Amazing Spider-Man 3: The Sinister Six", released it, then handed Spider-Man over to Marvel just in time for Civil War! But Andrew Garfield got himself fired, anyway, for bad-mouthing Sony. Hey, he was only telling the truth! I really hope they don't make us sit through another origin story.

Hey, by the way, I watched Psycho yesterday (perfect day to do it, too, as it was Halloween). Such a brilliant film, and definitely one of Hitchcock's best, if not the best! I'm not quite sure if it reaches Rear Window for me, though.

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thejamin on 11/1/2015 Reply  · 

I absolutely plan on watching more movies soon, mainly from the "Golden Age of Hollywood".

Yesterday, I also watched Stanley Kubrick's Dr Strangelove, which to tell the truth, I wasn't all that impressed with. It wasn't a horrible film, by any means, but it just wasn't for me. It's my least favorite Kubrick film of the 5 that I've seen so far. Have you seen it?

Yeah, Psycho was just fantastic! It shot up my list pretty quick! I was blown away by the performances, mainly Anthony Perkins's. I plan to watch many more Hitchcock films like Rope, Notorious, and Strangers on a Train. I will be watching Dial M for Murder very soon, too.

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TommyDoyle78 on 11/3/2015 Reply  · 

I'm sure I'll enjoy it. So bad I miss it because of school again, damn it. I'll buy the blu-ray.

I hate FedEx. So, watching a FedEx employee may be a true treasure. Also, I want to watch some Tom Hanks vehicles. His best role was Woody, lol. (I roughly disliked The Green Mile and Forrest Gump)

I think it's a funny comedy. Hahahaha, really. "Let Jesus fuck with you". Say what. It's a lot overrated. 6.5/10
I don't loathe it, but it's very dull. One scare and that's all.
I enjoyed Karras arc btw.

Frankenstein (and his bride) are fantastic masterpieces. You do like Chaplin movies, so I think you should give Frankensteins a try.

I highly recommend it!

Did you liked Rise of the Silver Surfer?
I has the little thought it's a okay movie. Doug Jones is nice.

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Wade92 on 11/3/2015 Reply  · 

Those are some really good choices. DiCaprio would be cool but like you said only if Nolan directs. He was sort of Bond-esque at times during Inception. Nolan has said before that he's a big Bond fan so that would be really cool to see him and DiCaprio re-team for one solid stand alone Bond film.

I didn't know Jackman was once in talks. He would be interesting as well.

Tom Hardy would be an excellent Bond in my opinion. I really like his work and he just seems like he would bring something fresh to the character.

Smoothly transitioning, I think Hardy would be a good fit for Wolverine as well. He has more of the physicality of the character from the comic books and he can definitely bring the acting chops as well. It would almost have to be in a reboot setting since he and Hugh Jackman look nothing alike haha Who would you like to see play Wolverine?

Will do! I plan on checking out The Gold Rush sometime soon so I will let you know what I think.

Amityville Horror was alright. I watched it just because it was Halloween. I wouldn't really call it scary but I enjoyed it more than the remake.

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Wade92 on 11/12/2015 Reply  · 

No worries!

Sweet, glad you enjoyed Interstellar! I really like how Nolan was able to make such an emotionally powerful story on such a grand and epic scale. I can understand how you're let down by the third act. I remember I was let down by the very end of the film the first time I saw it. I feel like the last few scenes are a little rushed and the reunion of Murph and Cooper should have been handled a little differently. Still love the film though.

Yep, I've seen Following a few different times. It's a very good film with Nolan already in his form of non-linear storytelling. I think it's actually very impressive for being his first feature film. I would recommend checking it out if you've enjoyed Nolan's other films.

The Third Man was pretty good. It was a pretty interesting investigation film with some pretty unique camera work.

Lost in Translation was excellent. Murray and Johansson had excellent chemistry and they were what really drove the film for me. I loved the style of the film and it had a really good blend of drama and humor.

Steve Jobs was fantastic. It's probably in my top 5 favorite films of 2015 so far. Fassbender, Rogen and Winslet were all excellent in their roles and I thought the script was very original. I loved how they broke the typical biopic mold completely with telling this story in real time before three separate product launches. That's too bad that they are not releasing it where you are. Hopefully you get the chance to check it out at some point. Does that happen often with films you are wanting to see?

What are your thoughts on Bill Murray?

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Wade92 on 11/12/2015 Reply  · 

Hey, I forgot to mention that I watched The Gold Rush. It was a much different film than I was expecting but it was still very good. Chaplin sure knew how to make remarkable films!

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TommyDoyle78 on 11/13/2015 Reply  · 

Hey man; no worries; it happens sometimes. ;)

At the same day, I've watched Halloween II (1981) where I'm was really scared. But, I remember from The Exorcist being very unscary, with bad editing. But yeah, amazing performances, and at times entertaining.

Actually (I'm 14), I really used to like Silver Surfer because it was a bit nostalgic! Overall, a After School movie Imo.

I highly disliked Reservoir Dogs; way too ambitious for a simplistic movie. Apart from this one, I've watched just Kill Bill, the volume 1; crappy piece of shit, I can't stand this one, and Pulp Fiction; I love this one, really good movie!
What are your thoughts on QT movies?

Thoughts on Vertigo?
It's one of my least favorite Hitchcock movies!

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Wade92 on 11/14/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah, that happens sometimes where I live too. All the big movies that everyone goes to see open in theaters and stay there forever while a lot of the lesser known films (and often some of the better films) don't get released near me at all. It's very frustrating but I can understand how the theaters need to go where the money is.

I really enjoyed Spectre. The film is a tad formulatic like the critics are saying but it didn't stop me from really enjoying the film. I have a tough time deciding if I liked it more than Skyfall. This one was definitely more action oriented. I can think of numerous things that Skyfall did better than Spectre and vice versa. I think generally if you like James Bond and especially Skyfall, you should like Spectre.

I re-watched Skyfall recently for a second time in preparation for Spectre and I must say that it vastly improved for me from my first viewing. I've actually kind of had a renewed interest in the Craig Bond films once again. I plan on checking out Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace once again as well.

I've heard in the past that Daniel Craig isn't really happy playing James Bond. Have you heard this at all? Do you know why he has such negative feelings toward the role?

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thejamin on 11/14/2015 Reply  · 

Hey man! I see you watched Vertigo! What'd you think? Overall, I had mixed feelings on it. While I absolutely loved the first half, I wasn't all that fond of the second half. When it comes Hitchcock films, I much prefer Psycho and Rear Window. But it was still a pretty good flick, though.

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thejamin on 11/14/2015 Reply  · 

Eyes Wide Shut was fantastic! Instantly one of my favorites! I watched it about a week ago and I still can't stop thinking about it. It's probably the most underrated and misunderstood film of all time, in my honest opinion. It's by far Stanley Kubrick's most personal film. Also, it says a lot about marriage and sexual obsession.

I won't say any more, in case you plan to watch it. Do you? I'll say that it certainly isn't for everything. Many people find it boring and pretentious, but I was never bored once. As I said, it's not for everyone. But if you're interested in seeing it, I say go for it!

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lukiushaufoy on 11/14/2015 Reply  · 

Yep, I always look forward to a new DiCaprio film, it's like each year or two he does a superb performance.

You have a supremely interesting list. I like how high you have the first LOTR (But Two Towers is one of your least favourite?!?!?!). I noticed I found your list is very unpredictable, so I'll be very interested to know:

1 - What film sequels do you think are far far better than the original?

2 - Why do you like GoodFellas so much?
I really like Scorsese's work and can understand why Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, and Wolf of Wall Street are so loved, but GoodFellas always seems to be on so many "best films of all time" lists, yet I have absolutely no clue why. Was Joe Pesci's character a huge part of what made the film so good?

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Wade92 on 11/14/2015 Reply  · 

I thought the theme song for Spectre was alright. It seemed to fit the film but it was no where near as good as Skyfall. Adele really did a fantastic job with that song. I also really like Adele's music in general so maybe that's why I like that one so much. Do you listen to much Adele's music?

Good question. My favorite chase scene might be in The Dark Knight Rises when Batman returns for the first time in eight years. It's such an epic return and I love how he inadvertently draws the police off of Bane. The music is fantastic and I love how he's flying down the street with most of the GCPD in hot pursuit.

I also really like the chase scenes in Place Beyond the Pines. It feels very realistic and I love the velocity at which they are moving. It just feels very intense.

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lukiushaufoy on 11/15/2015 Reply  · 

Uh, I hated Joe Pesci in GoodFellas. The film should be renamed AssHoleFellas because I have no idea why anybody would want to be friends with that asshole Tommy DeVito. Spider's death was pretty mean. Ray Liotta was definitely my favourite character in the movie. Robert De Niro didn't do much for me. But the direction in the filim was amazing.

Also, what is in your opinion the saddest movie death?

Mine would probably be Boromir in LOTR or Dobby in Harry Potter. Speaking of which, how come you haven't seen the third of seventh Harry Potter but you've seen the others? Honourable mentions for the ones in Frank Darabont's two films The Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile which I will not spoil.

If it's Leo in Titanic than what's your second saddest movie death?

I hated his death in Titanic. I thought Rose could just move over a bit on the plank and it would give him room to get on.

Also, what is the movie death you found the funniest?

Mine would be Bill Murray in Zombeiland though that pissed meoff too because he was hardly even in it. There's another from a Coen Bros movie but I won't dare spoil it.

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thejamin on 11/15/2015 Reply  · 

Yes, I really like the Terminator franchise (most of it, anyway). T2 is my favorite of the franchise, but it's been a long since I've seen either 1 or 3, and they both need rewatches. I saw Genisys in the theater. It was pretty good, but it wasn't anything really special. Salvation is okay, I guess. The absence of Arnold really kills the film. It just doesn't feel like a Terminator movie at all.

What's your overall opinion of Nolan's Batman trilogy? I've never been able to actually decide which I like more between The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises. Which, of the two, do you prefer and why?

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lukiushaufoy on 11/18/2015 Reply  · 

Never really liked Titanic, though the score and ship sinking was amazing. Taste is subjective though, like Gone With the Wind isn't really my thing though it's considered one of the best films ever and plus Titanic is a film to win the most oscars so maybe I'm missing something. One of the things which makes me like a film is whether the characters are good and I didn't really like any in Titanic. Scarlett O'Hara in Gone With the Wind is one of my least favourite movie characters ever, and as for Titanic I still don't know what to think of Jack Dawson, I hated Rose, and my favourite character was her douche boyfriend with the eyebrows. Though that's just me.

Who would be the movie character you dislike the most?

I don't really remember Agent Coulson's death in The Avengers. Did he come back to life or something?

Flickchart seems to be stupid with movies users haven't seen because sometimes on their profile page where it shows the best movies that user hasn't seen, films they have added will be listed there anyway. So yep, I've seen The Dark Knight and it's one of my favourites.

Actually I love Tarantino's films and he's one of my favourite directors. Probably not one of the best, but I'm always excited to see a new film of his, and he keeps it interesting with his style. I love the east and western homage style in Kill Bill and Django, so when he does an over the top version of those classic style films I find it awesome. Pulp Fiction is definitely my favourite of his, I mean the characters are extremely memorable and the writing is superb. I mean with the guy who shot the bullets or Marvin or Vincent Vega, their deaths were so unpredictable, there was no way I could've seen what was coming. The writing is 10/10, I mean Butch going back to his house to find Vince Vega on the toilet? And then him running into Marcellus Wallace getting fast food while driving back to the apartment, but THEN they end up prisoners to redneck rapists. That's so damn unpredictable, it's genius. Plus the other thing I love about PF is how memorable the dialogue is. It's like an iconic quote is dropped every two minutes.

Speaking of the grim topic of movie deaths, what is for you the saddest movie moment which ISN'T a character's death? For me definitely the ending of 12 Years a Slave, followed closely by the crying scene with Tom Cruise in Magnolia.

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Wade92 on 11/19/2015 Reply  · 

Adele has some really good music so she's worth checking out. She has a very classic sound to her voice which I like. She really stands out from other modern musicians for me because she doesn't add fluff to her performances. She just lets her talent speak for itself which I really appreciate.

Yeah man, I love The Beatles! Definitely among some my favorite musicians. I used to listen to them all the time my last couple years of high school and first couple years of college. I still really like their music but I don't listen to them as constantly anymore. What's you're favorite Beatles album? Mine would probably be Rubber Soul.

I really enjoyed both Sleepless in Seattle and Big. Both were quite funny and I've always liked Tom Hanks as an actor. Big was my favorite of the two. It really surprised me with its humor and how good it was. I was expecting kind of an average quality movie but I was pleasantly surprised. Sleepless In Seattle was quite enjoyable but it's one of those films that really feels like a movie. Everything happens really conveniently and it's a little sappy but I didn't mind.

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lukiushaufoy on 11/20/2015 Reply  · 

Well, that's certainly a surprise considering Star Wars is pretty much the most beloved movie, and Han Solo the most beloved character in that movie. I don't actually remember the Star Wars films that well though I did like Han Solo. I need to re-watch before The Force Awakens. My least favourite of the main bunch would easily be Luke Skywalker.

Yeah that scene in City Lights was great. I’ve only seen two Chaplin films, Modern Times and City Lights. I know they’re great films for sure, I mean a lot of the comedy in it is brilliant. The only problem I have with it is silent films just aren’t my thing. I mean I know when something is funny and can understand why but because there’s no sound it just takes something away for me. But that’s just me.

I thought a funny part in Toy Story 3 was when the aliens got hit by a truck and I thought they just randomly died.

Villains I’ve rooted for would be Jack Torrance in The Shining, Hans Beckert in M, Magneto in X-Men, Harry Powell in The Night of the Hunter, Loki in The Avengers. Tony Wendice in Dial M for Murder. Also Septimus in Stardust, Hades in the Disney Hercules, The bosses in Horrible Bosses, Rose’s douche boyfriend in Titanic, Lucas Lee in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World and the Spinosaurus in Jurassic Park 3. I kind of wanted Hans Gruber to succeed in Die Hard. He was just so badass. By far the one I rooted for most would be Carl Showalter in Fargo. Most of the time I thought it was unfair on the villain, or the villain had worked so hard for what they wanted I wished they would’ve gotten it. Quite a bit of them though.

Speaking of Psychos, who is your favourite psycho in a movie? If it's Norman Bates who would be your second favourite?

Anton Chigurh from No Country for Old Men is my favourite. He's just so eerie.

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TommyDoyle78 on 11/22/2015 Reply  · 

Actually, I've read some of your comments on Django Unchained and you did hate it?
I plan on watching it next week!

Actually, I wanted to like Kill Bill Vol. 1, but, as you've said, it's way too over the top! My rating is two and a half out of ten.
I hope The Hateful Eight will be good!

I agree on Vertigo; Kim Novak was way too annoying! A annoying cunt actually. But, I think Jimmy Stewart is very likeable! But, yes he's way too old and creepy. Man, it was a bit too slow. The final was very disappointing, and unnecessary.

Hey, thanks! Rocky IV is cheesy as hell, but I love it. Ivan Drago is one of my favorite villains. Damn, he killed Apollo!

Hey, how you rate the last five movies you've watched?
At this moment, it's this way for me;
Top Gun - 4.5/10
I really liked Tom Cruise, he's was funny. But the movie is a bit uninteresting. It's cheesy as hell too, but isn't a good thing here.
Whiplash - 7/10.
Damn, it was entertaining, but nothing special. Seemed to be one of these teen crap. J.K. Simmons made the movie! Did you watched it?
In the Mouth of Madness - 10/10.
Did you like John Carpenter? Have you watched The Thing?
It's necessary a spin-off! It's a brilliant movie. The third Carpenter movie I've watched, and his third 10-rated movie Imo. Sam Neill was fine playing Sam Neill again. I quite liked the story. I highly recommend it!
Independence Day - 4/10.
A pretty ridiculous movie. Way too cheesy, and over the top. Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum are both redeeming features. Must go faster!
Gladiator - 6/10.
It was on TV. You recommend me it! It's overrated, but I like it okay.
You?

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Wade92 on 12/17/2015 Reply  · 

Hey man, welcome back! I was starting to wonder what happened haha No worries. I hope everything went well for you with those exams.

Let It Be is actually the only Beatles album I haven't heard in its entirety yet believe it or not. I've heard quite a few songs from the album but not the whole thing yet.

That's tough picking a favorite Beatle. All four were really special musicians but overall I'd say John was my favorite though I really like Paul's stuff from the first half of their career as well.

What was the first Beatles song and album that you remember liking? I'm sure I had heard plenty of Beatles songs growing up before I knew who they were but one that made me take notice for the first time was "She Loves You". The first real Beatles album that I listened to that wasn't a greatest hits was "A Hard Day's Night".

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Wade92 on 12/17/2015 Reply  · 

I was really impressed with Creed. I'm a pretty causal fan of the Rocky films, I've seen them all but the only one that I really liked was the original, but I thought Creed was probably the best of the bunch. It did a great job carrying on the legacy of the franchise while still standing on its own and giving the series a breath of fresh air.

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TommyDoyle78 on 12/18/2015 Reply  · 

Hey, bro; nice to see you're back :)
I hope everything went OK for you.
Now, I'm on the 9th grade, man it's just getting harder, lol.

Once you've said to me that you haven't seen Halloween; if you want a recommendation, Halloween and The Thing is a hell of a double feature. I watched them, and I started to love JC. Man, so many good directors with "JC", haha (James Cameron, John Carpenter)

I haven't watched "Braveheart" yet. How is it?

Yep man, but honestly I don't have a n. 1; there are so many good movies, gee. I've watched Basterds recently AND loved it. A wonderful flick!

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly is a complete masterpiece, a definite must see! Everything is awesome in that movie. I hope you'll love it! That movie's just epic.
But it's a bit too long...

I saw you added "The Shawshank Redemption". What are your thoughts on it?

Plan to watching anything soon?

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lukiushaufoy on 12/19/2015 Reply  · 

Great to have u back man. I hope the exams went well. I was wondering what happened.

The Pianist was awesome. It's in my top 100. An Underrated gem imo, and yep, Adrien Brody definitely deserved the oscar. Actually it says you haven't seen it on your flickchart?
I see you saw Shawshank Redemption recently. What are your thoughts?
If you liked Shawshank I can't recommend The Green Mile enough. It's another Stephen King-written, Frank Darabont-directed prison film. It's a top 20 film for me and in my opinion one of the saddest films of all time. It's about three hours long but I love it for the same reasons as Shawshank, and is one of my favourite Tom Hanks performances. I can't be sure you'd like it though because I you have one of the most unique tastes I've seen on flickchart. What did you like about The Shawshank Redemption?

I quite like the war genre and Pianist would be in my top 3 war movies. I see quite like Schindler's List and Saving Private Ryan. Have there been any war movies you DON'T like?

I've seen Chinatown and I really liked that too. It's the only other Roman Polanski film I've seen but I plan to watch Rosemary's Baby some time.

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Wade92 on 12/19/2015 Reply  · 

I'll definitely have to check out that album. Do you prefer the standard edition or "Let it Be Naked" or whatever it's called when Paul mixed a more stripped down version of the tracks?

Guitar would probably be my favorite instrument as well. I used to play both guitar and bass years ago but I don't much anymore. Every once and a while I'll pick them up just for fun but nothing real serious. In high school I used to play trumpet in band as well. I really enjoyed it but I never played any more after I graduated.

Any artists you like playing a lot on guitar?

I really don't know what to make of musicians of this generation. The music of today definitely lacks the soul that musicians used to have back in the day. Everything just sounds processed today. There is still music from today that I really enjoy but overall I don't find it all that great haha What do you think of today's artists?

Spotlight was...good. Very strong performances and a very investing film but I wouldn't put it among the very best of year for me personally. I was kind of surprised by the overwhelming praise it's receiving. I mean it's well done and everything, I just thought it was good not great, you know?

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Wade92 on 12/21/2015 Reply  · 

The only performing that I've done is stuff when I was in school. Band, plays, stuff like that. I've never performed any "gigs" or anything. How about yourself?

Great question, some of mine are:

"It's not who you are underneath, it's what you do that defines you" (Batman Begins)

"May the Force be with you" (Star Wars)

"If you're going to ride like lightning, you're going to crash like thunder" (The Place Beyond the Pines)

"Get busy living, or get busy dying" (The Shawshank Redemption)

"Alright, alright, alright" (Dazed and Confused)

"Is this Heaven?" (Field of Dreams)

"You give me a time and and place, I give you a five minute window" (Drive)

"I feel the need. The need, for speed!" (Top Gun)

"The past is only a story we tell ourselves" (Her)

Ezekiel 25:17 (Pulp Fiction)

"In this world there's two kinds of people, my friend: those with loaded guns and those who dig. You dig." (The Good, The Bad and The Ugly)

Among many, many others haha

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TommyDoyle78 on 12/22/2015 Reply  · 

You're welcome ;). I hope you'll love both as much as me.

I kind of like that historical kind of movie; Braveheart seems to be a real masterpiece, so I want to see what's it's like.
That was the "FREEEEEEEEEEDOM" movie, I guess...

I watched The Shawshank Redemption twice (I own the DVD); I loved it first time, but it didn't holds up very well Imo; a very good movie, just not that masterpiece. It was highly quotable as well! My rating is about 7,5-6,5; definitely a solid flick.
It was a bit too over long.

I'm a huge fan of Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back, but that's all about that. Jedi and the prequels were weak. The Force Awakens is the best Star Wars movie since Empire Strikes Back, but that isn't saying shit. It had no story at all. Just a little confusing mess, filled with flaws, mis-casts and mistakes. I'll give it another try, but I didn't liked it the first time. Plan on watching it?
You're looking forward to The Hateful 8?

Hey man, we have such a close number of movies in the ranking...343-356!

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thejamin on 12/23/2015 Reply  · 

Hey man! Glad to see that you're back! I hope everything went smoothly for you.

Hey, what did you think of Guardians of the Galaxy?

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Wade92 on 12/23/2015 Reply  · 

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly is among some of the greatest westerns ever made. It is a long film if you watch the original cut but it is definitely worth your time. It's easily one of my favorite westerns as well as one of my favorite Clint Eastwood films.

I'm not sure I would consider myself a western fan but there are some westerns I really enjoy. Django Unchained, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, 3:10 to Yuma (the 2007 version), The Lone Ranger (even though every seems to hate it haha), The Outlaw Josey Wales, Pale Rider, Tombstone, High Plains Drifter and For A Few Dollars more a some of my favorites. I still need to see some of the classic John Wayne westerns like The Searchers. How about you? Do you like a lot of westerns?

I loved The Force Awakens. I had very high expectations being a big Star Wars fan and I really didn't want Disney to screw it up but JJ Abrams delivered. The film really gave off a sense of fun and it just felt like it was made by someone that has an immense love for Star Wars. It's a lot like the original trilogy in a lot of ways so I doubt you would like the film haha It's very true and respectful to the vision of Star Wars. I can't wait to check it out again.

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TommyDoyle78 on 12/25/2015 Reply  · 

Hey man, happy Thanksgiving day!!
Are you looking forward to the Bunny? Haha.

What are your thoughts on Mel Gibson? Imo, he's a really nice guy! I like him and Danny Glover in the fantastic and lethal Weapon.

I'm was laughing at a Star Wars post that says "First, Buck Rogers. Then, Flash Gordon. Now, Luke Skywalker", lol. Like, he's really clichéd, and Mark Hamill - though he did a good job dubbing - is awful acting! Carrie Fisher neither is good!!!
Actually, Vader being Luke's father is kind of confusing Imo, and too unrealistic, but I really like the movie! I enjoy Yoda, the meteor scene, the lightsaber fight, Hoth battle, and Landoland.
Jedi is weak as hell! Every time I re-watch it, it keeps getting worse. The less said about I and II, the better. Revenge of the Shit, I mean, isn't good, nor entertain. It's just purely weak. Poor George Lucas...a really insane guy.

The Hateful Eight is actually Kurt Russell plus Tarantino plus Sam Jackson plus Ennio Morricone plus The Good, The Bad and the Ugly influences. I want to watch it today, Christmas! Plans on watching it soon as possible???

Oh yeah, it looks it's also far different!
What are your thoughts on Rocky II? And on Sylvester Stallone in general?
And which one you prefer, Stallone or Schwarzenegger?

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odominus on 12/26/2015 Reply  · 

Yeah, so I took a loooong break from this site...sorry for no response to like...3 months ago comments. Not even sure if it's timely to actually answer at this point, but I STILL haven't seen Boyhood, which is shameful I know, considering how much I adore the Before series.

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Wade92 on 12/29/2015 Reply  · 

I was disappointed by The Big Short. I wasn't really sold on the trailers, I was mainly checking it out for the great cast, and the film just didn't quite do it for me. The actors all gave solid performances but overall it just felt like a weaker version of The Wolf of Wall Street (which I thought was a far superior film). One thing that I absolutely hated about The Big Short was the way that it was filmed. It's made to look very "documentary" like which really got on my nerves. There was a lot of excessive camera movement and fast zooming. Overall I'm torn on the film, the film felt a bit stale but the acting was good enough for me to enjoy it good enough.

Merry Christmas to you as well! I had a great holiday season with my family and ended up getting some blu rays and a couple Batman v Superman posters for movie related gifts so that was cool. Did you have a good holiday season?

What did you think of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and American Hustle?

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TommyDoyle78 on 12/31/2015 Reply  · 

Well, did you've watched any of the Lethal Weapon movies? I like the line "I'm too old for this shit". The "Murtaugh" episode from "How I Met Your Mother" is one of my favorites.

Rocky II was very emotional Imo, and a very good movie. It's top 100 undoubtedly for me. I can't wait to check out Creed soon...I heard that Paulie is dead :/

I'm a huge Rocky Balboa fan!!!
But so far, it's the only work I've watched from Sly, together with Over the Top! Rambo series is on my "To-Watch" list.
Till there, I prefer Schwarzenegger, he's super cool! I mean, Terminators, Last Action Hero, Conan...I love him so much!

Well, I wanted to watch the Hateful 8 on the premiere, but whatever hehe. I'm too young for this shit.

Plans on watching anything soon, my friend?

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Wade92 on 1/3/2016 Reply  · 

Thanks man, many good wishes to you in the new year as well!

I really like American Hustle as well. A lot of people say the film isn't focused enough but I disagree. I think part of that comes from the fact that the actors improvised most of the scenes which was quite impressive.

I agree, Christian Bale is definitely one of the best actors of our time. He has such a commitment to his roles. Not just the physicallity which is highly impressive, but the mentality as well. He'd be a fun actor to meet in person some day.

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is one heck of a film in my opinion haha Jack Nicholson delivers one of his greatest performances and it's one of those great films that has light, humorous moments as well as dark, sad moments. Everyone else in the cast is great as well especially Louise Fletcher like you mentioned.

I thought Joy was terrific. I'm a really big fan of the other David O. Russell films that I've seen and I thought Joy was just as good as his other work. I love the distinct subtle humor that he injects into his films.

Do you have any thoughts on Jennifer Lawrence?

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lukiushaufoy on 1/3/2016 Reply  · 

Sorry for the late reply. My computer cable blew up, and all replacemtns didn't fit so I had to use my phone which is slow and can't load much at all except match-ups. I have new one now though.

I love The Shawshank Redemption, and it is one of my favourite movies because it's just one of my most enjoyable films to watch. Great atmosphere and also very well-written story. Great acting, soundtrack, quotes and overall super-enjoyable. It's the shit.

Actually I only saw first half of Chinatown too, in 2014. I watched the rest in 2015 and I have to say I think it gets a lot better near the end. Very detective-y movie. Do you like any noir or neo-noir/detective films?

I really liked the first Harold & Kumar a lot. It is top 100 movie for me, and was funny and had a lot of interesting and unpredictable moments which I love in a movie. It's stupid but somewhat inspiring too. The 2nd and 3rd are alright but only okay. I definitely enjoyed them though but I didn't find them anywhere as good as the first.

I see prestige is you no.1 film. What is it about the movie that you like it so much?

Happy new year by the way! What are some of your favourite holiday-themed movies?

Also, who would be among your favourite movie villains who aren't Psychos/Mentally Unstable?
Actually that's a pretty hard question considering most of the great ones are a bit crazy, but my top 5 favourites would be the T-1000, Darth Vader, Biff Tannen, Hans Gruber, and Hans Landa.

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odominus on 1/4/2016 Reply  · 

Merry Christmas AND Happy New Year!!

I will definitely see it as soon as there is an available avenue to me to see it for free on my TV with good resolution (aka, not watching on my computer with a grainy picture :P )...it has all the makings, it seems, of something I would love, not the least of which are the people involved.

I haven't yet!! I was about to put it on the other night, but my roommate was like "I want to see something a little lighter if you don't mind...", ugh...but then we watched @midnight, which is always a fun choice. Anyways, I'll probably watch it this week

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TommyDoyle78 on 1/8/2016 Reply  · 

Hey man, happy new year too :)

The Lethal Weapon movies are very very very enjoyable. The first two, at least. Lethal 3 is ruined by Joe Cunt Pesci. And 4 is at least helped by Chris Rock.

I love Last Action Hero, it's one of my favorite movies ever. I can't see why it's ranked so low in Global Ranking (3400th), but...I love Schwarzenegger and the references! A really nice movie.

I have no plans on watching The Revenant, but I want to watch a even-more-overlooked movie called Bone Tomahawk. It's already on amazon.
Did you hear bout it?

The Aviator was a bit too long, but it's also very entertaining. I hope you'll enjoy it!

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lukiushaufoy on 1/10/2016 Reply  · 

Man that's a lot of stuff you've read. I've heard they're clasics. I don't read very much at all, I tried reading Lord of the rings but it was impossible. I've probably only read about 20 novels which aren't for kids in my life. I didn't even know there was James Bond novels until now! I've seen the Sherlock tv series and RDJ Sherlock Holmes Movies though. Are there any film or tv adaptions of books you've read that you didn't like?

I quite like Voldermot as a villain (though his voice I found just asking to be parodied). Snape would be my favourite Harry Potter charcter definitely. I thought the films were pretty good and some of the actors were perfectly cast, but a lot of the stuff which got left out of the books bugged me. Harry Potter series would be one of the few novels I've read.

Maltese Falcon is pretty cool noir with Humphrey Bogart at the top of his game. It's one of the better noirs I've seen and isn't too confusing like some others but I find it pretty entertaining.

I think Hugh Jackman is pretty cool. Him as Wolverine is possibly my favourite superhero portrayal. What are your thoughts on the X-Men films?

Nolan's Films I'd Rank as So (Thought I'm not always sure about the order of 4-6):
1-The Dark Knight - Possibly the best film and villain of the 2000s. Has some of my favourite movie scenes ever, eg. interrogation and ferry scene. Raises great questions about society and order and chaos.
2-Inception - Possibly the best film of the 2010s. One which makes you really think. Extremely entertaining.
3-Memento - I think a landmark in filmmaking, it's so expertly executed
4-The Prestige - One of the best post-hitchcock thrillers I've seen with a marvelous atmosphere.
5-The Dark Knight Rises - A solid as sequel, and one of my favourite superhero films. The only problem is there are a few things which I found didn't make much sense. Possibly the best villain of the 2010s.
6-Interstellar - Outstanding atmosphere, but several problems, mostly to do with exposition and a few parts of the dialogue I found cringey.
7-Batman Begins - Pretty boring movie. I'm bored from origin stories and I didn't find anything particularly special about this one.

Overall I love the themes Nolan tackles like the almost-existential ones. I especially love his ambition which I think is unmatched, but a few things in his films don't make a lot of sense to me. When Inception first came out it was my all-time favourite movie but I rewatched it recently and most of the stuff about dreams and such went over my head. All of his except Batman Begins are in my top 250 which I wuold consider films "definitely worth buying".
How about you? How would you rank Noban's films?

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