The following movies to receive general distribution in the US will remain relevant for more than a year.
>Hateful Eight (but only because there are tarantino fanboys)
That's it. Nothing else will be remembered. Not Marvel's star wars. Not the Jurassic calculated reboot.
Nothing else mattered.
Considered adding them but they simply seem good because they're essentially the only original large budget films that exist from this year and weren't complete garbage.
Both will simply be remembered as one of the last few movies from aging entertainment directors.
Avatar was just one movie. Star Wars is already famous, and has been for decades. Look how famous the prequels are, and they aren't even good. The new movie is already much more popular than the prequels ever were.
I absolutely agree with your sentiment. It's amazing how 'big' the films have been this year, though absolutely none of them, especially Jurassic World and Star Wars have any staying power. Bland, sterile and worst of all, safe pieces of shit.
Yeah, I mean, relevance is pretty fickle. I'm just saying that being a high-grossing film isn't a free ticket to lasting relevance.
It wasn't a very original or creative movie, especially when compared to its predecessors, and I'm going to guess that there wasn't much in the movie which will stay in people's minds for very long. I mean, by default it will stay relevant in the sense that people won't forget it: it's the first in a trilogy, and it IS a star wars movie. But what else does it offer to make people remember it? Just because people remember a movie doesn't mean it'll be relevant.
whatever your criticisms are, they aren't the common opinion. TFA has received widespread acclaim from audiences and critics. Just because you don't enjoy something doesn't mean that it won't become famous and culturally important.
something can be critically acclaimed but still forgotten, you know
the other Star Wars were iconic because they had something unique in them people remembered
what aspects of TFA will people remember? nothing was unique
>not mentioning the best film of the year