What the actual fuck?
We should try this shit out again. Maybe /tv/ will get it right this time.
The Matrix, according to /tv/, the eleventh best movie of all time? Top kek.
>The Dark Knight
is this satire?
surely these were not real opinions at some point right?
most people denounced it once it got out that he posted it on other boards and reddit
>Votes were calculated on a 5 point system
The fuck? Why not just give every film 1 vote, and then the films that are most reoccuring get a higher position on the favorites list.
The way this poll was conducted is absolutely retarded. It's time for another poll.
If this was re-done today, The Thing would hold a place in the top 5, I guarantee you.
Also where the fuck are the Sergio Leone movies?
What is the fucking Scorsese?
No list can ever aspire to be as complete as this one from /r/television.
>He thinks that hating every film on that list makes him some sort of patrician.
There are great movies on that list that you would suck the dick of if they were made by some independent director from Andorra or some shit.
No way should half the top ten be comedies. People can view different dramas and even if they're not to their taste, can appreciate an inherent quality to them. Comedies on the other hadn are entirely subjective.
Having just said what I said about dramas though, there's no reason that Game of Thrones should be number two, and True Detective be number ten after only one, eight-episode season at the time. /tv/ also fucked up with its placement of True Detective.
>1. Pulp Fiction
>2. Fight Club
>3. Blade Runner
>324. The Seven Samurai
>349. The Passion of Joan of Arc
>400. The 400 Blows
>449. The Searchers
>467. Dog Day Afternoon
I don't know what to say