Soda's User Profile


3/20/2017 joined Flickchart

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4184 rankings / 443 movies / 244 comments

36 days, 15 hours, 2 minutes spent watching movies

Soda's Favorite Movies

Synecdoche, New York The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Back to the Future The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers The Shawshank Redemption The Green Mile Whiplash It's a Wonderful Life Memories of Murder

Soda's Recently Added Movies

Hell or High Water Spotlight The Hunt A Separation Before Midnight

The Best Movies Soda Hasn't Seen

Movie Rank
Spaceballs 498
The Crying Game 2080
The Da Vinci Code 4164


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Comments (5)


mcgrathta on 7/20/2017 Reply  · 

Great list, Soda!

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Soda on 10/5/2017 Reply  · 

thanks man

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TommyDoyle2016 on 9/8/2017 Reply  · 

Hey man, how it's going?
Long time no talk! Do you remember me?

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TommyDoyle2016 on 10/9/2017 Reply  · 

Well, I'm fine as well. Been out of Flickchart for a lot of months, cuz I wasn't watching so many movies last year. But, I came back this July, when I did a double feature with The Graduate and Some Like It Hot. I enjoyed them both so much, I wanted to watch movies frequently again! And here I am, already watched almost 100 movies from this July.
I think my rankings are actually pretty accurate. Except maybe for the 55-35% area.
I think my films preferences are still the same. But I'm ok with artsy movies such as 2001 and Blade Runner now. Still not a fan of the mainstream movies, damn it!
So far, I think The Rocky Horror Picture Show is my favorite movie that I've watched this year; and IT is my favorite from THIS year. What 'bout you?
Watching some good movies lately?

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TommyDoyle2016 on 10/22/2017 Reply  · 

Hm, I looking forward to watch Logan, and X-Men: Apocalypse as well. I highly disliked Deadpool though, but DOFP is still one of my favorite superheroes flicks along with The Incredibles and The Dark Knight. Once October is over, I'm going to frequently watch "no-horror" movies again, lol.

Oh yea, Bride is a masterpiece. I'd say it's the best of the Universal Monsters with The Invisible Man being a close second. Claude Rains was a blast in this one! I'd say Dracula is third, right to It Came from Outer Space, and King Kong closes my top 5. What about you? How many Universal Monsters did you've watched? And how you'd rank them?

Well, I think I had some BIG changes in my top. Every Tarantino movie went down, even Pulp Fiction; a lot of Spielberg movies are still on the top of my chart, but on lower positions (Jurassic Park and Jaws are now #14 and #15 instead of #4 and #5 respectively); and I think I got a lot of new favorite filmmakers, such as Stanley Kubrick (Eyes Wide Shut, 2001, Lolita, A Clockwork Orange, and Dr. Strangelove all of 'em are in higher positions now), Tim Curry (he's a blast in EVERYTHING, from Clue, Rocky Horror, to It, Legend, even Muppet Treasure Island), Christopher Lee - been watching some of his stuff recently and this man KICKS ASS, along with some old favorites, Peter Sellers, James Mason, Jerry Goldsmith, Bernard Herrman, such as Carpenter, Kurt Russell, Nicholson, Morricone and Bruce Campbell. What 'bout you? Do you still like the same filmmakers?

Well, about the older stuff; oh yea, I'd say 20th century movies owns my chart. And it's likely to keep this way, I guess :p
I kinda like the nostalgic stuff when it's (mostly) its own thing, such as Stranger Things. It kinda reminded me of every Steve Kink story though. And 80s songs are the best; so personally I've got no problem with their use. Even if they're crappy like SS and GotG2. I really think it's fine.
But I'm a bit harsh on the reboot/remake thing. Some movies just can't die (such as Aliens, Rocky Horror, The Thing, Nightmare on Elm Street) and they keep remaking/rebooting those (There is no need for such things)! There is a lot that should be though, such as IT was. There's a lot of them: Cujo, Needful Things, Pet Sematary, The Dark Half, and they keep rebooting beloved things such as Die Hard, Evil Dead, and Big Trouble in Little China. I love this nostalgic feel, I really do; but they're aiming on the wrong stuff imo. What about you? Do you like this nostalgic age of cinema?

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