Flickchart recently added a new filter based on movie critic Leonard Maltin‘s 2010 book, 151 Best Movies You’ve Never Seen. Like many lists making the “never seen” claim, obviously there are going to be films included that someone, somewhere has watched. Maltin’s choices are no exception. Some of his inclusions aren’t very obscure at all, such as Idiocracy. Still, most people probably haven’t seen all the films mentioned in his book. So for those of you who’d like to get started conquering his list, here’s Flickchart’s top 10 highest ranked selections that are available now for streaming on Netflix.
In lieu of just one of us writing a review, here’s a cross-section of several Flickchart bloggers’ thoughts on the latest and final chapter of Nolan’s Batman saga. Read the rest of this entry »
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While I’m sure there were other people looking forward to it, I was the only person I knew who actually wanted to see The Amazing Spider-Man. People I know, forums I frequent, and podcasts I listen to all shared feelings that ranged from disdain to apathy for the reboot. It’s hard to blame them. It feels like just yesterday that we were all severely let down by Spider-Man 3. Add in the sheer volume of superhero movies we’ve received every year since, and it’s not surprising that the movie-going public could be experiencing some backlash towards the genre. Since people were actually wanting to see The Avengers, and seemingly can’t wait for Dark Knight Rises, their vitriol has to stem from something. That something happened to be a reboot no one was clamoring for.