GOD TIER MOVIE THREAD
lets see if you plebs even think you know a good film when you see one.
The American version was shit. Park Chan Wooks Korean version is god tier.
>Best NicBob movie
kneel before the god tieriest movie of them all
the only good movie I dont want to watch again, because of the scene where the faggot doesnt cries and doesnt help the guy who is fighting a nazi and he stabs him. That is really mildly traumatic.
Saving Private Ryan
Catch Me If You Can
Wolf Of Wall Street
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
Cheech And Chong
The Blues Brothers
21 Jump Street
Tucker And Dale VS Evil
The Dark Knight
>go back to reddit
What the fuck are you talking about, I just came up with the list. Well done for trying to fit in tho.
I'm a sucker for long uninterrupted shot and this movie has one of my favorites
I've been trying to remember the name is this fucking movies for the longest time.The first is about a robber, who I think gets in an accident, where everyone dies but a little girl, and he takes her, then he tries to rob some place...something along the lines of that, anyways the one thing that stuck with me all this time is that he had a partner that put chapstick in his asshole.
The other was an anime of some samurai, or ninja dude that kids his friends dad, and the only thing that stuck with me was that he used the blunt side of the blade when fighting his friend, because he didn't want to kill anymore or some shit.
Anyone know what I am talking about?
apparently, arnold was great in comedies
We'll I might as we'll ask about a movie too.
I watched it years ago and can't remember the name it was a murder mystery about people being killed in the same way as the twelve apostles. There was a scene with a picture of the
Sat supper or something and all the eyes are cut out of the people and the cop lines it up on a page with words and it spells something out.
Great movie and in memory of Philip Seymour Hoffman I will post it.
No, to both. I realize my explanation was not exactly clear, but I saw these movie when I was like 7 or 8, so the details are kind of sloppy. I know the first was more along the lines of a comedy, and the second was a movie, not a show.
Just as a BTW - what's the deal with Deer Hunter? I get all the PTSD stuff, but damn, could that movie have been cut by 1h at lease, and still keep all the important content.
Actually, same goes for Born of 4th of July
You'll know it, once you see it.
its a good movie, even better than book, but i can't call it god tier
Those films that you mentioned are very good as well, my only criticism of them would be that they are too maudlin. I love Princess Mononoke and Kiki's Delivery Service, they are absolutely fantastic films and some of my favorite animated ones. Ghibli's level of animation is unparalleled, period. I've realized that what they are trying to do is transfer realism, or qualities of real things, to animation as transparently, as possible, with an abstract foundation, truly talented work. This give's a liking for Miyamoto, from american fans of japanese animation, mainly because he is the driving force behind the companies success. He is more loved by Japanese people, I believe, for the fact that he has been making films for so long, mainly children's films, that present day adults are nostalgic for his work; it's like Disney still being alive today.
Oh fuck yea, classic Tarantino film.
My favourite film by a landslide. Original 269 minute cut can't be beaten.
Any god tier horror movies? Ones that actually scare you?
This one is a good one, although I wouldn't say it's god tier.
maybe not very scary, but with great atmosphere
I cried because of that scene when Mary is going to hang herself while Que Sara is playing. And showing that she was pregnant at the moment didn't make it really easier. Exceptionally good film.
just saw this one, funny writing, very dry and clever, don't really understand the ending, made me not like the movie as much. A shame, because I absofuckinglutely LOVE Miller's crossing, could be one of the best and most artistic mob movies ever.
Saw this in theatres. Was amazed.
>Leon: the Professional
FUCK.YES. I absolutely love that movie.
Oh yes, probably my all-time favorite.
I want to see it, but I'm not going to watch a 4 and a half hour movie in one session. Any advice on where to split it up?
By far my favorite work from Nolan.
I didn't really like Eternal Sunshine that much, but Drive is great and Trance looked fantastic (the plot was a bit meh).
>pic related, 100% god tier
I don't know if this can be classed god tier but I thought it was surprisingly good. Anybody got any other suggestions for god tier horror movies?
I really liked [REC]. I think it's the closest I ever got to getting actually being scared in a movie.
kill yourself pleb
kill the guy above you and then yourself
muh bby's 1st korean movie pleb
muh edgy pleb
muh most popular movie ever pleb
muh hollwood gratifying war pleb
muh entry level moon cartoons pleb
academy pleb. PTA's worst
muh movies can be fun too pleb
baby's first tracking shot pleb
not a christmas movie
is a christmas movie
mub Sorkin pleb
muh middleschool druggie pleb
kill yourself pleb
nolan's best and it still sucks
>A Beautiful Mind
has only ever seen movies on basic television pleb
hmm, still no INGLORIOUS BASTERDS, /b/ i am disapoint
I'm not real big on Christmas movies...
no love for Lebowski?
Nope, it's a love-it-or-hate-it kind of thing. You hate it, and that's fine, but get over it already.
and i know all your edgy, cool, i hate mainstream/torrentino film critics are going to talk shit but this movie was pretty bad ass
No love for the best bollywood film out there?
Pretty bad ass? That movie was amazing, god dammit.
>because you personally don't like it, it's trash
don't be that childish, it's a great and well made movie, time to grow up kiddo
How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb.
who the fuck made this guy the thread's official film critic? Lame ass hasn't even suggested any movies to begin with, let us know your great and amazing picks O' Great One
>De Niro is a terrible actor
>the movie never really come to a point
The main antagonist dies and the protagonist gets closure for the death of his friends and is able to live the rest of his life in peace instead of hidden away in a constant state of total paranoia.
>I want to see it but I'm not going to watch a 4 and a half hour movie in one session.
Well the movie follows a non-linear storyline. It's told through the perspective of an older man's memories, and finally at the end in real time. The first 1.5 hours or so shows them as kids, the biggest chunk of the movie, between 2 and 2.5 hours is them as adults, and the last little bit is old De Niro wrapping things up. This could be a good way to split it up into three shorter sessions.
That's for the full original cut though, there's the European cut which is 229 minutes which is a good alternative, and then there's the heavily edited American cut which is 139 minutes. The American cut obviously shows all of the "important" bits but you do end up missing a huge amount of the movie.
Can't call it my all time favorite, but this is a movie to watch.
these are some movies I like off the top of my head
Woman in the Dunes
Scenes from a Marriage
The Human Condition
The Virgin Spring
The Red Shoes
I'm serious dude. I cannot tolerate that whiny little fuck Shinji.
I don't hate anime, and I tried to watch Evangelion; but every fucking episode was just Shinji being a pussy over and over and over again. I got through about 4 episodes before I decided that I hated the protagonist too much to ever enjoy it.
I hear people talk about how its supposed to be deep because Shinji is a commentary on the author's depression; but Shinji isn't fucking depressed he's just an insecure coward.
I mean shit he's constantly afraid of dying, how depressed can he be?
A properly told Grimm-like tale, in Hollywood?
Dude, I read Immanuel Kant for fun.
I really don't think a cartoon about giant robots is going to be too deep for me to fathom.
PIC RELATED: A Japanese movie that actually is deep.
Wow! Those are such wonderful movies, Mr. Autist Fedora Pleb, Sr! You have totally validated all of your above comments and opinions!
what is this, 2010?
>WAIT ? DO PEOPLE LOVE THIS MOVIE ? IT MUST BE AWFUL THEN
If a movie is awful, then it is awful, no matter what anyone else thinks of it. Sure there is perspective and taste, but the majority of the movies in this thread are objectively awful.
Fucking fuck I almost forgot about that giant pussy if I could have chosen any small child to have on those stairs I would have chosen the most pasty white albino irish bitch I know because they still would have been more help than that melon.
Wow, that is the most willfully pretentious list of films I have ever seen.
not that anon, but shouldn't you be studying the psychology of womens interpretive dance in the 1960s or some other bullshit? just because it's art doesn't mean it's good, faggot. it's a shame they don't teach that anymore...
fine. Mann's movies as a whole have never totally clicked with me, but I do love his visual style.
>who can't into art?
>you can't into English very well = you can't into war movies very well
>I won't even mention countless war movies that are superior
Thanks, but no thanks you illiterate moronic faggot!
My impression here is that you people, when searching movies to watch, don't look for a good time to spend, basically, you just think like this
ERM NO ONE HERD ABOUT THIS MOVIE, THE STORYLINE LOOKS LIKE UTTER SHIT LIKE EVERYTHING ELSE BUT I NEED TO WATCH IT SO I CAN BE A COOL CINEMA CRITIC OH YES
That doesn't make sense, though. If we thought like that we would watch every shitty B movie or amateur short film that comes out.
> don't look for a good time to spend, basically
This is where we think differently. Your "good time" involves popcorn flicks, where we have a good time by watching movies for their artistic merits. You're going to say that this is pretentious or whatever, but it's what we like. Film is an art form and we love to people explore it's depths and create beautiful works.
It strays into generic war movie territory at points; but Scott is my favorite actor and George S. Patton is one of my favorite historical characters so I can't help but love it.
Fun Fact: When Scott won the best actor Oscar for this he turned it down calling the Oscars a "Glorified Meat Show".
>The good, the bad and the ugly.
You dig, God that movie is great.
>This is where we think differently. Your "good time" involves popcorn flicks, where we have a good time by watching movies for their artistic merits.
Okay, i understand that, i really do. But i don't really like when someone of your kind comes and starts insulting really good movies people enjoy just because you seen some weird ass forgotten movies. Watching those movies does not grand you with objective criticism in cinema. Because it does not exist. It's all a matter of perspective.
>watching movies for their artistic merits.
Besides, some of those well known movies do have artistic merits, don't you think ? Every movie which is not filmed in Richard's basement do have some artistic merits.
the most pathetic kind of faggot
didn't post the image
I was referring to The Matrix
touche, I cant stand cruise's pretentious ass, but that film is a masterpiece. Chew Young Fat makes it all the better
Alright, I'll Netflix it.
The presence of Cruise has kept me away.
In the same style, I'd rather watch Chicken Run
>maximum fedora tipping
Star is hands down the most over-rated movie of all time
even as a child I thought it was boring as shit
empire and returns are equally as bad if not worse
I legitimately prefer episode 3 to the sequels
pic related, one flew over the cuckoo's nest, godfather
It's starts off slowly.
Your right the beginning kinda sucks but it's the perfect build up
I think this is highly underrated, will be a future classic B-Movie
Alright, I'll give it another shot.
all these movies are masterpieces by master authors.
It's just pathetic when someone is called a fucking hipster, or mr fedora, and all that shit just because he prefers real art experiences rather than all that Hollywood films people is posting.
Everyone criticizing this list is a fucking moron and an ignorant.
Death to Smoochy (2002)
Welcome to the Dollhouse (1995)
Shoot Em Up (2007)
A Boy and His Dog (1975)
Hate all you want.
Ok, but pleb.
>Lars and the Real Girl
Star Wars is an overrated piece of shit.
IMHO, I Am Legend is better.
Meh, not too bad.
God tier, I don't care if it's pleb or not.
Definitely god tier
Better than the original
Best sci-fi movie of all time.
and I agree Blade Runner is best Sci Fi of all time
this one beat most zombie flicks. Not in my top 50, but a great movie.
Completely disagree. What's better? Magnolia? Boogie Nights? Hard Eight? The Master?
I like those films as well, but There Will Be Blood is one of the very best. Daniel Day Lewis at his finest.
James dean is a pretty darn good actor.
I won't say it is the worst, but I will say that I think Boogie Nights is better.
Good the Bad the Ugly
A Clockwork Orange
The Wild Bunch
Emperor of The North
Once upon a time in america
Cool Hand Luke
are some of my faves, I could go on but..
are some of my faves
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I never thought he was very good. All through his movies, he vacillates between underacting (laid back) and overacting (frantic exaggeration). "Rebel Without a Cause" is a good example.
yup definetely this
Voyna is good too