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07-28-2010, 08:37 AM
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2 friends of mine persuaded me to watch Ninja Assassin with them yesterday.

Has to be the crappiest movie I've seen recently.

Plotholes as big as Florida (in the few sequences were there was a "plot"), shallow underdeveloped characters, illogical reactions of them, Ninjas with superhuman powers and so on.

But, a lot of gory brainless sword fights, so what would we need a plot for anyway. Things were exploding left and right too, so who am I to dare complaining?

God, I hate action movies that are even dumber than the hack who directed it.

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2 friends of mine persuaded me to watch Ninja Assassin with them yesterday.

Has to be the crappiest movie I've seen recently.

Plotholes as big as Florida (in the few sequences were there was a "plot"), shallow underdeveloped characters, illogical reactions of them, Ninjas with superhuman powers and so on.

But, a lot of gory brainless sword fights, so what would we need a plot for anyway. Things were exploding left and right too, so who am I to dare complaining?

God, I hate action movies that are even dumber than the hack who directed it.
Superhuman ninja/samurai movies with horrible/non-existent plots are some of the best creations in history.

3 for the list:
Kill Bill series
Fearless
and my personal favorite... Kung-Fu Hustle (actually a bit of a parody.... I think)

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I lol'd. I love that movie. Luc Besson 2 masterpieces with Leon and The Fith Element
Actually she's 27. i find most people not collecting social security wont watch B&W films, apparently they find lack of loud music and explosions to be boring?

Besson also did La Femme Nakita, and produced The Transporter. The Messenger is also decent. If he's involved in a movie I generally watch it. The 5th element was actually the favorite movie of my freinds 70yr old mother.

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Went and saw Salt tonight. Nothing great, but lots of gunfire is always a good time.

Passed up on seeing Inception because day one of the bar exam is enough of a mind**** for one day.
I heard it was decent, just went up against a long awaited and hyped Inception. Salt still managed to make $36 million on opening weekend, which is pretty damn good, considering Inception pulled $42 million.

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I got questions for you guys (and girls, of course).

Best horror/suspense film?
John Carpenter's The Thing

Best drama film?
Memento

Best comedy film?
Monty Python and the Holy Grail

Best action/adventure film?
Leon - The Professional

Best sci-fi film?
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

Best western film?
Unforgiven

Best foreign film?
Akira (Yes I know it's animated, but still foreign and I couldn't have a real decision on anything else).

Best animated film?
Up

In bold are my favorites.

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07-28-2010, 12:13 PM
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07-28-2010, 12:14 PM
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Best horror/suspense film?
The Ring - Mostly for being the best in-theater experience I've ever had.

Best drama film?
The Godfather - Lots of good stuff to choose from here...

Best comedy film?
Wedding Crashers - I love the first hour of this film... so much. It tails off after they leave the island, but I have yet to see a comedy that delivers with such consistency. ...yeah, well, she just eye *ed the **** out of me.

Best action/adventure film?
Die Hard - If you vote for something else, you're a communist.

Best sci-fi film?
Children of Men

Best western film?
Dances with Wolves

Best foreign film?
Pan's Labyrinth - No strong opinion in this category.

Best animated film?
Shrek I & II - Tough choice, love Pixar's movies, and think in some ways they are easily "better movies," but really think the secretly adult writing of the first two Shrek films was fantastic.

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Best horror/suspense film?
The Ring - Mostly for being the best in-theater experience I've ever had.

Best drama film?
The Godfather - Lots of good stuff to choose from here...

Best comedy film?
Wedding Crashers - I love the first hour of this film... so much. It tails off after they leave the island, but I have yet to see a comedy that delivers with such consistency. ...yeah, well, she just eye *ed the **** out of me.

Best action/adventure film?
Die Hard - If you vote for something else, you're a communist.

Best sci-fi film?
Children of Men

Best western film?
Dances with Wolves

Best foreign film?
Pan's Labyrinth - No strong opinion in this category.

Best animated film?
Shrek I & II - Tough choice, love Pixar's movies, and think in some ways they are easily "better movies," but really think the secretly adult writing of the first two Shrek films was fantastic.
I found this interesting and horribly, horribly disgraceful.

http://www.slashfilm.com/2008/07/28/...the-godfather/

Apparently a few years ago, Batman fanboys wanted to make Dark Knight the number one movie on IMDB. In doing so and to knock the Godfather out, they rated the Godfather 1 of 10, lowest rating. That knocked the Godfather to third at one point. It's not rightfully back up to second, although I'm willing to bet many of TDK votes never saw the Godfather. The Godfather is easily a top 5 movie for me, and TDK shouldn't even be in the same league, in my opinion.

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07-28-2010, 12:23 PM
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Best horror/suspense film?
Either the Birds or Rear Window. Definitely Hitchcock though.

Best drama film?
Cool Hand Luke

Best comedy film?
the Big Lebowski - Not only best comedy but best movie. Ever.

Best action/adventure film?
Die Hard - I agree with Jester

Best sci-fi film?
Jurassic Park - I still love this movie every time I watch it.

Best western film?
the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Best foreign film?
Not really sure, I don't watch many and I can't think of any off the top of my head.

Best animated film?
Toy Story - I don't watch alot of these though.


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07-28-2010, 12:26 PM
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I found this interesting and horribly, horribly disgraceful.

http://www.slashfilm.com/2008/07/28/...the-godfather/

Apparently a few years ago, Batman fanboys wanted to make Dark Knight the number one movie on IMDB. In doing so and to knock the Godfather out, they rated the Godfather 1 of 10, lowest rating. That knocked the Godfather to third at one point. It's not rightfully back up to second, although I'm willing to bet many of TDK votes never saw the Godfather. The Godfather is easily a top 5 movie for me, and TDK shouldn't even be in the same league, in my opinion.
That's kind of funny. I think The Dark Knight was an excellent film, and one of the better in recent memory... that being said, how many iconic scenes are in The Godfather? Without thinking too hard you have...

1) The entire wedding sequence to open the film.

2) Horse head.

3) Gun and toilet.

4) Sonny beating up brother-in-law.

5) Sonny getting killed.

6) Michael having brother-in-law killed.

That's before we get into the acting going on in that film.

What sticks out to me about The Dark Knight? Making the pencil disappear... that's about it. Try outs, too, I guess. Really, the only thing truly memorable about the movie (and, again, it was a good film) was Heath Ledger's performance.

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07-28-2010, 12:28 PM
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Best horror/suspense film?
The Shining

Best drama film?
The Wrestler or American Beauty or Million Dollar Baby - Many others with consideration

Best comedy film?
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

Best action/adventure film?
Die Hard - Jester's right on

Best crime/Mafia film?
Goodfellas or Casino or Scarface or The Godfather I+II

Best sci-fi film?
The Terminator or Blade Runner

Best western film?
Once Upon a Time in the West or Unforgiven - Not to mention the Dollars Trilogy

Best war film?
Full Metal Jacket or Apocalypse Now

Best foreign film?
Indien - Austrian movie, therefore not so foreign to me.

Best animated film?
WALL·E or The Lion King - Not too big a fan of those

Those who tell me 1 is the maximum, well I narrowed it down as much as I could.


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07-28-2010, 12:35 PM
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Superhuman ninja/samurai movies with horrible/non-existent plots are some of the best creations in history.

3 for the list:
Kill Bill series
Fearless
and my personal favorite... Kung-Fu Hustle (actually a bit of a parody.... I think)
Never saw Fearless or Kung-Fu Hustle, but saying that Kill Bill has a horrible/non-existent plot has to be a typo on your side.

Also, Ninja Assassin has nothing in common with Kill Bill when it comes to dialogue and characters. You just can't shake the feeling that Ninja Assassin was written by an 8-year-old (opening the door for any Big Lebowski references here...)

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Best horror/suspense film?
Aracanphobia

- Seriously if you where a kid when you watched this, then you are probably still traumatized.

Best drama film?
Requiem for a dream

- This movie had my head spinning.

Best comedy film?
Delerious (Eddie Murphy)

- Although it is not a film, it is the most Hilarious video I've watched

Best action/adventure film?
Predator

- Seriously Arnold + Carl Weathers + Jesse Ventura !!!

Best sci-fi film?
Aliens

- Common!

Best western film?
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

- I haven't seen many, but I still don't think you can beat this.

Best foreign film?
City of God or Pan's Labyrinth

- Both a great refreshing break form American movies, but there are many more they could be mentioned here.


Best animated film?
Spirited Away

- Should also be in best foreign films, but just great creativity overall in the movie. (Anime so be warned)

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Best horror/suspense film?
The Exorcist

Best drama film?
Godfather II

Best comedy film?
Caddyshack

Best action/adventure film?
Gladiator (cue the Airplane! reference)

Best sci-fi film?
The Empire Strikes Back

Best western film?
The Outlaw Josey Wales

Best foreign film?
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Best animated film?
Heavy Metal

Best Sports Movie
Raging Bull

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Best horror/suspense film?
Paranormal Activity -- I don't think my heart has ever beat so fast at the end of a movie.

Best drama film?
The Shawshank Redemption -- No explanation necessary. HM: Primal Fear (Ed Norton's first movie... and quite possibly the best acting debut of all time).

Best comedy film?
The Big Lebowski -- Still, even after all these years and all the hilarious movies I've seen, TBL sits atop my rankings. And I don't think it's all that close. Just an iconic film with some of the best comedic dialoge ever written. If you don't like this film, you probably don't have a worthwhile sense of humor, nor do I want to be your friend. Yes, I certainly and unabashedly judge people based on their opinion of TBL.

Best action/adventure film?
Fight Club -- One of those rare movies that's as good as, if not better than, the book. Totally blew my mind the first time I saw it. HM: The Count of Monte Christo.

Best sci-fi film?
The Matrix -- Speaking of mind-blowing....

Best western film?
3:10 to Yuma -- Didn't think I was going to like this going in, but ended up loving it. I'm not really well-versed in Westerns... sorta before my time as a movie watcher. I wish Blazing Saddles qualified for this category.

Best foreign film?
Oldboy -- Those crazy Koreans, let me tell ya. This is about as ****ed up as it gets, but it's gripping and very well made.

Best animated film?
Tie: Monsters, Inc. and The Incredibles -- Thoroughly loved both of them. Whenever either is on TV, I don't change the channel.

Best sports movie?
Tie: Major League and Slapshot -- I probably have to give the edge to Major League, though. I quote this movie at every baseball game I go to ("I don't think this one's got the distance...")

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Best horror/suspense film?
Silence of the Lambs, with honourable mention to The Ring

Best drama film?
Schindler’s List, with Shawshank Redemption a close second

Best comedy film?
Monty Python and the Holy Grail

Best action/adventure film?
Lord of the Rings. Fellowship of the Ring, if I have to choose among the three.

Best sci-fi film?
Alien

Best western film?
Dances with Wolves

Best foreign film?
Le Fabuleux Destin d’Amélie Poulin

Best animated film?
WALL-E

Best Sports Movie
Bull Durham

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Best horror/suspense film?
Blair Witch Project - I know it hasn't held up well over time, but seeing it when it first came out just as the hype was building, it was freaky. Especially considering I went camping a couple days later.

Best drama film?
Shawshank Redemption - Simply one of the best movies ever.

Best comedy film?
South Park: Bigger Longer Uncut, Super Troopers - a tie for two movies I can watch over and over and over again.

Best action/adventure film?
Die Hard

Best sci-fi film?
Fifth Element - Cheesy as can be, but I enjoyed it immensely.

Best western film?
The Assassination of Jesse James (Have the "Man with No Name" trilogy to watch, I imagine that one of those movies should be the best)

Best foreign film?
Amelie

Best animated film?
Aladdin - Probably because it was my favourite when I was young, but it still has a place in my heart above any newer animated film.

Best sports movie?
Major League

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Aracanphobia
I can do you one better.
ok maybe not the best. it was a B movie at best. but it did scare me as a kid.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0075261/
this movie scared the crap out of me. lol I kept waiting for worms to start coming out of the showerhead. I was 10 when i saw this and it did honestly scared me.
flesh eating earthworms.

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Best horror/suspense film?
The Human Centipede... haha

Best romantic film?
The Notebook... I cried

Best drama film?
Lucky Number Slevin... very underrated movie

Best comedy film?
Goodfellas... I don't care if it wasn't supposed to be a comedy, it is gold.

Best action/adventure film?
Fight Club... duh?

Best foreign film?
Kung-Fu Hustle... comedy gold.

Best animated film?
Aladdin... soft spot from the child hood.

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The Human Centipede... haha
I was going to ask if anyone saw that. That just looks horrible.

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I was going to ask if anyone saw that. That just looks horrible.
I read the wiki on it and it made me feel queasy -- and I'm not easily offended/disgusted. It just sounds disturbingly foul. Zero interest in seeing it, and I'll watch pretty much anything.

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Best horror/suspense film?
A lot of choices here. So many that I probably can't think of them all right now actually. Tie between the original Halloween and 28 Days Later for me.

Best drama film?

Cool Hand Luke. I typically don't like to watch old movies because they bore me to death, but Cool Hand Luke is one of the few "pretentious" or "classic" films that's actually appealing to me. So many memorable lines and scenes from that movie. It inspired so many things in pop culture as well.

Best comedy film?
I've seen so many great comedies over the years that it's just one great, big jumbled mess of laughter. Three-way tie between Slapshot, Animal House, and Superbad.

Best action/adventure film?
There's probably better movies out there in terms of action, but Die Hard is the most badass film I've ever seen and the most memorable action movie I've seen so my vote goes to Die Hard.

Best sci-fi film?
Tie between Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi if you count them as sci-fi. Predator or Alien if you don't. I'm not into most sci-fi films aside from Star Wars.

Best western film?
Kind of before my time and I'm not into them that much to begin with. I thought 3:10 to Yuma was an okay popcorn flick, but was just a down-right crappy movie aside from the acting performances and select action scenes. So either N/A to me or 3:10 to Yuma due to me having not seen any other Western that I can remember.

Best foreign film?
Also really not into foreign films. There are a few gems out there though. My vote goes to REC.

Best animated film?

The Lion King.

Best sports movie?
Slapshot. If you take my hockey bias out of it then it's probably a tie between Slapshot and Major League.

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Best horror/suspense film?
The Exorcist - still creeps me out, 15 years after i first saw it. of course, showing it to me when i was 10 was likely a dick move by my parents.

Best drama film?
The Godfather - its already been listed, but it really doesn't get any better. Gone with the Wind and Citizen Kane are up there, though.

Best comedy film?
The Big Lebowski - Can't be topped.

Best action/adventure film?
Raiders of the Lost Ark - Die Hard is a great Christmas movie, but honors go to Raiders.

Best sci-fi film?
Episode V - its really, really clost with Star Trek II: the wrath of KHAAAAANNNN though.

Best western film?
Tombstone

Best foreign film?
The Seventh Seal this is an older film, and its really ****ing great. its about a crusader returning home, and his dealings with Death. I'm pretty sure this soundtrack was incredibly influential as well. "Dies Irae" is the theme throughout, and it's used amazingly. A lot of films afterwards used "Dies Irae" in sections of their soundtrack, (Becket, for instance) and I still catch little snippets of it in modern movies every now and then.

Best war film?
Downfall a chilling portrayal of the last days in hitler's bunker in berlin. the actor who plays hitler is eerily good at it...he even sounds like him. casting is fantastic throughout, in general you can see a character, and think "wow, that has to be ____" and generally, it is.

Best animated film?
WALL-E and Aladdin WALL-E is surprisingly dystopian, and i never thought i'd be so into two characters who don't speak. Aladdin is mother ****ing ALADDIN.

Best Lawrence of Arabia film?
Lawrence of Arabia peter o'toole is the ****ing man.


of course, this list is bound to change depending on mood, barometer readings, location of Pluto, etc.

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I read the wiki on it and it made me feel queasy -- and I'm not easily offended/disgusted. It just sounds disturbingly foul. Zero interest in seeing it, and I'll watch pretty much anything.
I saw it. It's really not nearly as bad or gory as it's description leads you to believe or the hype leads you to believe. Human Centipede reminds me of Paranormal Activity in that they were both small movies that were really hyped up by some horror-junkies and when I went to see them the movie was just kind of disappointing, non-scary, and at or slightly above average. Here's a review I posted of it earlier in the topic:
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It's not as bad as it sounds. Once you get over the shock value of the concept of a human centipede (and after seeing it in action for the first time) the appeal of the movie starts to wear thin.

I've seen a lot of movies between now and my last review so I'll just throw a few out there right now.

The Human Centipede: 6.5/10

The utterly convincing acting of the lead villain (whose name escapes me) gives the score an extra half a point. I pretty much already reviewed this up there. Aside from a few performances from relative unknowns and the actual concept and execution of a "Human Centipede", there's not much appeal to this movie. It started wearing thin on me by the conclusion of the film. I will admit that the movie did keep me guessing though. It wasn't nearly as predictable as most horror films nowadays.

My recommendation: Probably a must-see if you're a horror junkie and more of a "see it if you're bored and feel like watching a horror movie" movie if you're just a general movie-watcher like myself.
I also have to add that the conclusion to the movie just made everything that preceded it feel pointless. So I hated the ending.

Are you two saying it looks horrible because you can't stand how horrible the concept of a Human Centipede is or because it just looks like a crappy movie to you two?

The whole Human Centipede thing is mostly hype. It's mostly the concept of a Human Centipede (and seeing it in action for the first time) that will bother you. They don't really show anything too bad in terms of gore. In fact, the majority of the gore doesn't come until the end of the movie when *SPOILERS*









almost everyone dies*ENDSPOILERS*.












I wouldn't be afraid to see it if I were either of you.

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Heavy Metal
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