Go on, /tv/, call me pleb.
Also post yours so we can all call you pleb.
kek this is bait right ? there's no way someone can like all this shit
only missing blackhat and sicario
It's not bait. I didn't think any movies I saw in 2015 were worth 9 or 10.
The only one I saw from your 10 was Straight Outta Compton which I gave a 7 but ranked it below the 7/10s that made it to my list.
Absolutely terrible desu.
Keep in mind, seeing The Revenant tonight and still haven't seen everything I wanted to from 2015. My top ten as of right now is:
3. The Big Short
4. Star Wars: The Force Awakens
5. Mad Max: Fury Road
6. The Martian
7. Steve Jobs
8. The Hateful Eight
9. Bridge of Spies
1. The Big Short
2. Mad Max: Fury Road
4. Beasts of No Nation
5. Inside Out
6. The Revenant
7. Straght Outta Compton
8. Mission Impossible
9. Ex Machina
Star Wars was terrible
none of those were released in multiplexes so I doubt they'd count as mainstream.
they are good films, but completely closing yourself off to populist cinema doesn't make you patrician; it makes you elitist.
>Blackhat is one of the top 10 motion pictures of the year 2015 AD
chi-raq was fucking awful
why be an elitist when you could spread appreciation for movies you love
you are one of the five people who saw trumbo
The Assassin was fucking gorgeous on a big screen.
agreed. i was lucky enough to catch one of three showings at a local art museum.
fucking DYING to see Entertainment; the Comedy is one of my favorite movies.
it's not the list. it's the fact that you posted random cropped screenshots from the movies instead of posters, and didn't include the titles. it's like saying "fuck the uninitiated, only people who already know about these movies are allowed to read my list". makes you come off as an elitist fuckbag.
haven't actually seen The Comedy yet. I torrented it when it first hit The Pirate Bay with the intention of seeing it that night. probably the most bizarre film experience ever when everything past the ten minute mark was Tim Heidecker, topless on a boat, with "DO NOT STEAL FROM THIS MAN!" written in caps. pic related.
haven't gotten around to seeing it since. I ought to, though.
if I hated Frances Ha, will I also hate Mistress America?
it does come out a bit elitist, yes. I have not once seen you post your list without people asking for titles or complaining, but you never adapt. good films though.
The only movies I saw this year were Star Wars, Avengers, and Ant-Man.
Would be a better meme if you replaced Selma with a movie actually from 2015, like Dope or something
Worse than OP
Decent as a "best of" foreign list, but needs to be updated
Pleb choices, but good pleb you should be proud of (sort of)
Could be worse, but Ant-Man is the third best movie of the year, really?
Genuine taste, and pretty decent
This is actually really neat. You seem like a fun anon to hang out with.
Also not bad
>This is actually really neat. You seem like a fun anon to hang out with.
compliments from total strangers are the best compliments
post your top 10?
>complains when called out for elitism
yeah, because posting in Top 10 threads with obscured screenshots from films that are prized for being rarified rather than being good is perfectly normal, right?
For anyone curious, the ones I know are:
Vanishing Point, Horse Money, La Sapienza, ???, Pearl Button, ???, Corn Island, Son of Saul, ???
Forbidden Room, From What is Before, Icaros, The Move, Rabo de Peixe, The Visitor, Field Niggas, La Zuppa del Demonio, I forgot but it was on Mubi.
there's no point seeking out the others. considering his taste you won't be missing anything.
1. The Thoughts That Once We Had
2. A German Youth
4. Bitter Lake
5. Those Who Feel the Fire Burning
6. The Walk
8. Fear Itself
9. Hyperlinks or It Didn't Happen
10. BACK TO THE FUTURE predicts 9/11
Missed the chance to see The Assassin at my local art cinema. They were showing that and Anomalisa, and I went with the latter.
1. The Stanford Prison Experiment
2. Going Clear
3. The Hateful Eight
4. The Walk
5. Bridge of Spies
6. Inside Out
8. Love & Mercy
9. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
Honorable Mention: A Most Violent Year
Technically a 2014 release, but January 31 is cutting it close, and I thought it was great.
I try to take stuff like this into account when I see these threads. I can't criticize somebody for not having Son of Saul if it never played within a 100 mile radius of their home, but I still think some wide releases reveal someone's taste a lot more than others.
Also, there were plenty of great movies released straight to VOD, like Bone Tomahawk, Slow West, and The Voices. I'm not saying all lists should have more obscure movies, but if somebody has more options out of their comfort zone they might find surprises. Seeing something like Spectre over Spotlight might feel like a "safer" choice, but you'll miss out on a much better experience without realizing it.
i can basically only see things on the internet. where i live i get some small releases, but usually they're just the ones that start small then expand, and i generally only get them a week or so before wide release anyway. sometimes i luck out though, because the museum of art near me will play more obscure shit (like the Assassin this year or the Great Beauty the year before).
yeah he's fantastic. Margin Call is really good too if you haven't seen it.
1. "Queen of Earth" (dir. Alex Ross Perry)
2. "The Case of Hana & Alice" (dir. Shunji Iwai)
3. "Anomalisa" (dir. Duke Johnson & Charlie Kaufman)
4. "The Kindergarten Teacher" (dir. Nadav Lapid)
5. "Taxi" (dir. Jafar Panahi)
6. "Mistress America" (dir. Noah Baumbach)
7. "I Don't Love You" (dir. Pavel Kostomarov & Alexandr Rastorguev)
8. "Hill of Freedom" (dir. Sangsoo Hong)
9. "Eden" (dir. Mia Hansen-Love)
10. "Bone Tomahawk" (dir. S. Craig Zahler)
11. "Nasty Baby" (dir. Sebastian Silva)
12. "Buzzard" (dir. Joel Potrykus)
Honorable mentions (in alphabetical order):
"The Big Short" (dir. Adam McKay)
"Bridge of Spies" (dir. Steven Spielberg)
"Christmas, Again" (dir. Charles Poekel)
"Digging for Fire" (dir. Joe Swanberg)
"Entertainment" (dir. Rick Alverson)
"From What Is Before" (dir. Lav Diaz)
"Heaven Knows What" (dir. Ben & Joshua Safdie)
"Magic Mike XXL" (dir. Gregory Jacobs)
"Mia Madre" (dir. Nanni Moretti)
"Pasolini" (dir. Abel Ferrara)
"Reality" (dir. Quentin Dupieux)
"Steve Jobs" (dir. Danny Boyle)
"Vincent" (dir. Thomas Salvador)
"The Visit" (dir. M. Night Shyamalan)
PS. "The Treasure" and "Right Now, Wrong Then" are greater than any other movie on the list, but I will count them as 2016 movies later.
I've just realized that the ones you're missing have tiles cropped out from actual film screenshots rather than pictures taken from google.
Kek, were you actually so autistic as to cut them all out and use reverse image search on them? That is hilarious.
I realize that and only in recent years has my viewing really expanded. I wouldn't even have know about Bone Tomahawk if it weren't for /tv/. My list looks a lot better after I have seen everything I want to once it is available.
huh? they're screenshots from around the web. the ones I'm missing are too generic so I have no idea what scenes they're from.
so you'd rather lord your obscure list over people rather than provide information. good to know...
Nah man, I never denied that triggering plebs is a very significant aspect of these lists, but I'm legitimately amused, you really did deliver kek
Although at this point I'm actually suspecting that this was all a ruse from the start.
>STILL doesn't give names of the movies
At this point I just think you're bullshitting and don't know any of the movies because you saved the image for yourself from a different thread.
I don't see what's so hard to understand. I know those movies because they're screenshots I've seen around the web. The others are literally tiny figures against blank backgrounds which isn't usually what's used for promotional images.
If you're implying I should automatically know every single minutiae of every shot from every movie on that list, you're even more autistic than I thought.
Sure, sure I really do believe you friend :^)
Next time try being a bit less obvious and avoid including *actually* obscure as fuck movies among those you've just so happened to see around the web.
1. Ex Machina
2. Mad Max
3. It Follows
6. Star Wars
7. The Big Short
8. Love and Mercy
Honerable Mentions: Hateful Eight, Martian, Straight Outta Compton, A Most Violent Year
Replace star wars with hateful 8 and you might have a decent list senpai.
Nothing but shit arthouse churned out this year so.
Age of Adaline
Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation
Heart of the Sea
>tfw missed forbidden room by one day
>tfw now have to wait for a webrip or some shit