Post a movie you consider to be a 10, and why. Remember, this is all subjective. If you disagree with someone, tell them why, and try to avoid buzzwords.
Under The Skin for me, the amazing cinematography and incredible visual storytelling combined with the visceral score really just itches the exact right spot for me.
This isn't what I think is a 10/10 film, this is what I know for a fact is a 10/10 film, and is for a fact the greatest film of all time.
Why? Because it's very well shot, it has an original and terrific story, the casting is great, the score is the greatest of all time, the acting is great, the pace is great, the production value is great, and the climax is the greatest of all time.
There is literally nothing wrong with this film.
Literally. Nothing. Wrong.
Also I thought it did a pretty good job of showing that Moses was a piece of shit and that the Plagues unleashed upon the (normal) Egyptians were retardedly unfair.
It basically made me think and consider things at an age where everything else was trying to spoonfeed me.
I still love this to death even today.
>There is literally nothing wrong with this film.
It's 1.04% wrong
I can't decide whether I like FaFDM or TGTBTU more. FaFDM is a better Man with No Name Movie and has a better villain, but TGTBTU is just so epic and has a much tighter story. Based Leone.
I give it to TGTBTU because the scale of the movie is much larger, though that doesn't necessarily make FaFDM any worse because of its setting. But TGTBTU is one big epic and the ending is something that no movie has come close to.
Don't really need to explain why it is the only 10 in existence.
I doubt any of your underage kiddos have seen this, but...
>that simplistic story
>that baldwin on hopkins action
>that indy tier sense of adventure
It's really my favorite movie from the 90s. I know most people think it's trash but FUCK THEM.
It also has that patriarchal white man vibe.
I loved it.
under the skin for me personally was shit and boring, i don't expect michael bay action but i also don't expect to fall asleep, at one point the only reason i continued watching was for the tits.
Anyway don't worry about me just posting a clearly debatable 10/10
One of my favorite films. Just a lot of fun to watch. Has the same vibe as hunt for red October and other 90s thrillers of that ilk. (Baldwin not withstanding)
I don't even know how to describe the type of film I'm talking about but the jack Ryan movies encompass it perfectly although there are plenty like it. The fugitive comes to mind
IMO this is the perfect film. Not even exaggerating. I think it is literally perfect in every way, shape, and form.
Samsara is great too, but just a touch below Baraka. As far as I'm concerned, Baraka is cinematic perfection.
>them long takes
always loved this movie. it just feels like a complete film from beginning to end.
>my can't explain things so we will leave it up to you to figure out what is going on.
> and we will make weird forceful scenes to try to be so deep; images that are metaphors for other things
if it wasn't so obvious that it was trying to be super deep or weird then it would have been better
>most immesrsive world I've ever seen in a movie
>that GOAT soundtrack
>those amazing practical effects
>that entire cozy-industrialized-dystopian-future aesthetic
>the themes and tones that question what it means to be human
>that ending that leaves you questioning
Don't know if it's the top movie in all of history, but it's a strong 10/10.
Wait what. I think you got your guys mixed around senpai.
The Bad is Angel Eyes, and the Ugly is Tuco. The Ugly is the one that almost got hanged but Goldie shot the rope and left him tied up with his share of the $200,000.
>cool reminder that everyone involved besides ridley scott didnt want ford to be a replicant
>didn't even see the point in suggesting it
>cool reminder that ridley retconned philip k dick by including "hurrdurr every replicant has an eye-shine scene" and "replicants instantly recognize other replicants thats why he saved him on the roof"
Not the guy you're replying to, but you can have an opinion on it. It's just that your opinion literally means nothing and has absolutely no relevance because you've established that this isn't your type of movie.
I will go with the majority on Under the Skin and say that it's a good atmospheric piece but with very little thematic motives underneath is
sometimespleasing wrapping. We know plot is for plebs but a movie is a movie and you have to say something. If you're not a master storyteller with only images like Lynch or Refn please dont try so hard
I prefer this one desu senpai, wasn't the hack that directed it some meatball that stole the entire previous movies from the japs?
I don't know if I've ever seen a movie I consider to be 10/10.
Possibly The Fellowship of the Ring, though.
>Great adaptation of the source material
>Grabbed the boss Boromir chapter from the beginning of TTT and stuck it at the end of FotR for even more awesomeness
>The Balrog scene
>Wonderfully edited action sequences
>Makeup/hair/costume/etc all perfect
I cannot think of a single flaw, which I guess might define it as a 10/10. It's actually not even one of my favourite movies, I just think it's the closest thing to a perfect film I've ever seen.
What do you think of unforgiven and Patton tho?
I remember seeing yohimbo and thinking it was the superior film. The dynamics of one man being a superior swordsman who could take down multiple opponents at once made more sense than a gunslinger who could. Did you see that movie Diablo that his son starred in? It was terrible.
Anyone seen pic related? With all the new movies being sjw pandering garbage lately I've been going backwards in time to find movies.
There is no better movie to get really baked and watch.
Ok m8, don't take this the wrong way, but I just started watching it based on your suggestion and so far its has soap opera tier cinematography.
Not sure how 10/10 a film with shitty cinematography can be
I'm probably the only person in the world who considers this a 10/10
But that's because it's my number 1 favorite movie of all time.
Comes down to this or Delicatessen really.
District 9 and Breakfast Club were also both phenomenal.
>saved John Travolta's career
>Kick started Samuel L Jackson, Tarantino, and Uma Thurman's careers
Also my favorite film of all time
>inb4 edgy teen
> Film is subjective
Perfectly paced with no dull moments. Just a great ride with good acting.
Alot of what I'd consider 10/10's are already here. The Departed I rate a 10/10, it just leaps from perfectly executed scene to perfectly executed scene.
I haven't seen any comedies here, so I'll throw out my 10/10 comedy, surprise, surprise it's The Big Lebowski.
I get why people don't like this movie. But it really shows how charming an actor can be even when he's alone for most of the movie. He's not a bad ass hero, Ash is just some loser that had to put up with bullshit, he wants to leave, he doesn't want to be the one to fight evil, but the fact of the matter is that he's the one who can.
Ehhh, the dialogue kind of blows. Especially in that cheesy, albeit impressively shot and choregraphed, car scene where they blow ping pong balls into each others mouths. Almost perfect though.
Just gave me that feeling when you are watching something beautiful, and that feeling is still fresh after all these years.
>Spalovac Mrtvol (The Cremator)
I feel like it was too exposition heavy and the only saving graces were the fights in Moria and Amon Hen. Other than that, it kinda dragged along a lot. Personally, Two Towers easily steals it in my book. But, that's just my opinion
This. I absolutely love the trilogy.
I used to think Two Towers was easily the best but after having marathoned them all the way through several times in one sitting I always find myself thinking that Fellowship is actually the "best" film out of all of them. It's just perfect in every single way.
Which is why the existence of the Hobbit trilogy makes me want to tear my eyes out.
Without a doubt a 10/10. One of the best films of all time and one of the best acting performances of all time.
This film is a perfectly crafted masterpiece.
not OP but
It's about an alien on earth that, wearing the skin of a beautiful woman, lures men, using the promise of sex, to harvest their bodies.
She encounters and interacts with different people along the way. After successfully luring in a grotesquely disfigured man, she feels sorry for him and lets him go. She then tries to experience life as a human. First she tries to eat, but fails. Then she tries to have sex but fails because she has no vagina. Eventually she gets killed by a man that tries to rape her, and in doing so discovers she's not human.
It's a film about gender, specifically what it means to be a woman. It's a film that explores the relationship between men and women It has an amazing score, amazing cinematography, brilliant use of non-actors, great acting by the actors, I found it captivating and it made me think about it after I'd seen it.
Are you me at 14?? Anyways when you grow up you will realize all the fights are really repetitive and detract from the movie which is why fellowship is by far the best of the trilogy.
>MFW Jason Voorhees strippers
>MFW Deckard modifies his voice ridiculously for no reason, since the person he talks to with it never heard his voice before
>MFW replicants have a greenish glow in their eyes which enables easy identification, yet they use high tech Voight-Kampff machines to recognise a replicant because this is almost impossible otherwise
>MFW Deckard makes a move on Rachel, she refuses, he keeps her from leaving, he forces her to say "kiss me" and "I want you" and virtually rapes her
>MFW unicorn out of fucking nowhere for no fucking reason - unless you ask Google, unless that final origami is supposed to be a clue
>MFW Harrison Ford's Funny Face Festival as Leon attacks him
>MFW Deckard's family photos date from the 1800's
>MFW "Tyrell" has two pronunciations within the same movie and his own "niece" can't pronounce it correctly either
>MFW replicants on earth are illegal but Tyrell can do it, have a blade runner over to test it, and nobody minds; Tyrell goes free
Daily reminder that if you liked Drive more than OGF you're literally pleb, you're shitting on Refn's work and breaking his heart.
there's not even nothing wrong with it, but that's what you're doing
That's what I said. It's totally fine if you do for whatever reason, but OGF is a movie that Refn truly wanted to do and hold close in his heart, while Drive was more of a commercial move.
Drive is stil GOAT kino obviously
Too appreciated OGF is truly to appreciate Refn mastery of his art.
No, srsly. I get it and that's totally fine. Im not retarded. Different tastes are a thing I'm okay with.
What was I trying to say is that Refn himself would 've been more happy if OGF was more appreciated than Drive. But it's not like you have to compile to what he wants, yknow.
the cinematography, the slow pacing to create a sense of dread, the ominous score, the conflict the birth of Christianity created in the film, the acting. it was a masterpiece in my opinion... having said that, i can understand why this movie may not be for everyone. i thought it was a genius piece of work
I know. And I'm not saying Drive is better, I just didn't watch OGF nearly often enough because it's not as neatly tied in to one of my favourite cinematic bloodlines, that is remakes of Le Samourai.
Here's what I like about the costume department's work so much, it's basically just their work on Gosling's character to point out his connection to japanese culture.
The jacket is based on japanese souvenir jackets as Gosling likes them in private.
They jeans Gosling is wearing in the film are from Acne, a european brand that uses japanese denim.
This one does it for me. I had no idea why the driver always worked that fucking toothpick but after reading the Hagakure it was pretty obvious. There's one passage in the book where it is said that a samurai should always carry a toothpick in his mouth even if he hasn't eaten for days so that although he may be starving he will look well nourished and fit to anyone who might approach him.
No wonder this is called Autism: The Movie so often.
>The story, all the action happens in the town
>Minimal dialogue, you understand character's emotion and motivation just by acting and directing
>Great performances by everyone, especially by Dean Martin, he deserved an Oscar for his performance
>The music, hypnotic and sets the mood perfectly
>Character arcs, there is real and believable character development
>The story is slow paced and atmospheric
>Masterful and beautiful directing by Howard Hawks
This is a beautiful Western
Modern directors should take a lesson from Rio Bravo instead of mimicking spaghetti westerns
This film, in my opinion, is the quintessential example of a satire.
Also >>64909196, >>64909672, >>64910610, >>64911208, >>64912665, >>64913098, and >>64917179.
Dumb shit, it's a film that spends the first half of it showing the same fucking routine of driving around, picking up a guy and fucking him till he drowns in petrol, and then the whole schmick sort of tries to get somewhere else since picking guys up isn't fun enough to be the only thing that happens in the movie, but it doesn't know where to go and ends up masturbating itself thinking it's achieved something deep.
Oh also, muh deep visuals.
You faggots hate 2001 but love this fucking crap, go figure.
>anons dont agree with me so i'll rant and have a titty twister.
>people need to like what i like
fuck outta here fag. I agree with >>64917235. youre proof how retarded /tv/ is most of he time.
Fucking agreed! One of the best films to come out this year!
It's been memed to death but I think it is actually a very funny and clever throwback to classic exploitation films. It also lends itself well to multiple viewings: There is a turning point in the film (the famous free pizza scene) at which the audience should realize that the girls are right and that Evan (Keanu Reeves) really is a hypocrite. Presenting himself as the progressive liberal artist type he truly is a materialist who only manages to keep up his false morale code of monogamy by being fortified in his high-security Hollywood rich people's settlement (notice the subtle outside shots showing fences and security cameras as well as the overhead shot of the neighbourhood in the very beginning, an ominous sign of things to come). The first time I watched it I was horribly stressed, enraged even, by the seemingly sporadic and unjustified acts of cruelty towards Evan and really only wanted the girls to get their just punishment. After thinking about the film for a while though and noticing its subtle social commentary I decided to rewatch it and this time got a good laugh out of all the over the top torture the main character is subjected to. Mind you, I already liked it the first time watching it: The beginning setting up Evan as a loving family father and the drawn out seduction sequence are beautiful in their own right and most of the jokes hit perfectly.
I am fairly certain that critical re-evaluation of the film will over the years elevate it above its current reputation as one of the worst horror films of 2015.
Most obviously, this movie had great acting and amazing cinematography. On top of that, I felt the battle scenes were perfect. People complain this movie is just grass, so I was surprised by how much action is in it.
Ultimately though, no movie has ever impacted me emotionally like this one. It invokes this feeling of dread and overwhelming loss, yet hope at the same time. Also the soundtrack is GOAT, Zimmer's best
you dissapoint me, /tv/...
without a doubt a 10/10 scene and a 9.999999/10 film
I like pretty much everything about it.
The way its shot, the story, the subject matter, the pacing, the soundtrack, the setting, the aesthetic, etc. I enjoy pictures from Lynch, Tarkovsky, Kubrick, Hitchcock, Leone, Kurosawa, but I will always consider Taxi Driver one of my favourite pictures.
Elephant Man by David Lynch, it is literally a perfect film.
because its perfect from start to finish.
every character is well cast and likeable, you have a smile on your face the whole movie.
i have no idea how besson managed to make a movie with so many feels and i have no idea why it never gets posted here.
usually it should be a movie that gets a lot of praise here but i rarely find anyone that even knows about it.
i really liked this movie a lot
its also fun when you find out the director got busted by the police while being dressed a dragqueen and now i see those gay undertones all the time in it.
still a great movie
My friend showed me this the other night and was praising it back and forth beforehand.
Afterwards we both hated it and he sincerely apologized for showing it to me.
We had another friend there too but he fell asleep.
Because there's nothing quite like it (except for perhaps Brazil) and plebs can't stand it.
>actually really good effects
>strong lead who isnt a mary sue
>GOAT monster designs
>only 88 minutes but doesnt feel short at all
This movie is a beautiful, misunderstood work of art. One man floating through life and a glorious adventure he finds himself on.
I chose Celine and Julie Go Boating. For a runtime of over three hours it always stays fresh, original, and playful and there's no other movie quite like it.
translation of what op wrote: ive seen less than 1000 movies, and at most 100 arthouses. im an impressionable cunt who cant quite grasp the entirety of this movie so im gonna assume its very profound and patrician. i read the word cinematography yesterday on reddit so im gonna use it now (i think it means when the image looks pretty??). i also give my 10/10 so easily i have more than 20 of them.
under the skin is excellent but pic-related is the only 10/10 i've ever seen.
Amazing , pulsating, electrifying soundtrack that accompanies every single scene perfectly, a perfect symbiosis of images and music. An even more electrifying acting by every single member of the cast, there isn’t a single second of acting in this movie that’s anything short of fantastic.Believable, reliable characters you can actually care about and be emotionally connected to.The movie spits in the face and takes a huge dump on capeshit –loving manchildren and on hipster faggot contrarian scum equally, because both of those groups are equally obnoxious. GOAT cinematography from Lubezki that makes the whole experience of watching this masterpiece even more enjoyable, especially the surrealistic imagery in the main characters head.A GOAT ending, with a breathtakingly beautiful inspiring message about doing the things you love without pandering to anybody, and that if you work your ass off and put you heart and your mind into something that hard work and dedication will eventually pay off.
The only people who hate this movie are tryhard edgy contrarian /tv/ faggots.
still haunts me nearly a few years later. it get's tossed around so vaguely nut this film was genuinely misunderstood. 10/10
Fantastic from start to finish.
Ever scene, every setpiece, and every character is memorable, and it includes my favorite use of special effects and production design from its time period.
>A GOAT ending, with a breathtakingly beautiful inspiring message about doing the things you love without pandering to anybody, and that if you work your ass off and put you heart and your mind into something that hard work and dedication will eventually pay off.
I love this film too anon, but I think you've got it wrong.
The ending is just his fantasy, the play was going to be a failure.
he died when he shot himself. the rest was just his own deluded fantasies of how he thought everyone react to it (ala taxi driver). i feel like people forget that the dude was a complete schizo
i think he might've died before that too
after he jumps off the building and flies, we see his ex-wife walking into his room and he's lying flat on the table, surrounded by flowers
they talk, and he has closure with her
the allusion to him being dead is strong, and it fits since it seems a bit too good to be true
What could have been but it was a leftist 2edgy4me film so no, not 10/10 Yes Perfect scifi movie in every way.
idk anons that's not how it felt like to me, because if that is true then that's kind of fucking sad and i don't think that's what Inarittu was going for with this one, even though all of his previous movies are REALLY fucking depressing, but nevertheless, the fact that it makes poeple think about the shit from the movie like this is just another proof of how fucking based Birdman is
It's not any less offensive, I just do not want to deal with this kind of stuff in media I watch for entertainment, real life is enough.
Edgy meme movie with Marvel-Tier fading actress.
This is Patrician.
I feel like it's too much of a deliberate choice.
Also the way his wife's demeanour has completely changed since their last encounter.
Contrarianism at its finest. The anon who liked the movie provided several reasons for his choice, you provided nothing but a
Great casting, uses it's sci-fi elements sparingly, and tells a great story about possibilities and sacrifice.
Gustav Gründgens performance as Mephisto makes this THE 10/10, definitive version of Faust.
Accept no substitutes.
World On A Wire
Back To The Future pt.1
Big Trouble In Little China
i think from what ive seen these are the only 10 that i could give a 10 too, and some of these are not 10s for me and my scale but without objective flaws
i do see a handful of my 9s in this thread too, gj guys
even if you didnt like it you have to admit this was quality entertainment
It felt like a perfect collision of everything I want in a movie, I loved it
>the final two episodes were already perfect
My fucking sides man, you fucking got me.
On the off chance that you're actually serious, the last two episodes made absolutely no fucking sense, and they were terrible.
EoE shows you what happened during the last two episodes in the real world, doesn't make things any better, but at least gives us an ending to the series.
Watch it, but don't expect the universe of Evangelion to be unfucked from what's happened.
Movie was so fucking trippy. Perfect one to watch while baked.
inb4 DUDE WEED LMAO
More like 8/10. Good to hear that the director will be making the next Star Wars though.
No Country for Old Men
>On the off chance that you're actually serious, the last two episodes made absolutely no fucking sense, and they were terrible.
This is what I found fucking unbearable about anime, the fans that will forever prevent it from rising above mere entertainment. The final two scenes perfectly, in a profound and innovative fashion perfectly resolve the artistic themes that provide the basis for THE ENTIRE FUCKING SERIES. Seriously, I don't understand how anyone could watch NGE and not clearly see that it was ultimately an existential narrative. Despite the final two episodes not being how the writers intended to end the series because of budget problems, their creativity and willingness to raise the bar for their artistic medium made NGE into a straight up masterpiece. Seriously, if u honestly think this, get into art and then go back and rematch the entire thing and examine it as an artwork. Its comparable to the visual poetry of the Theatre of Absurd and surrealist directors like Jowdorowsky.
Sorry about the butthurt, like my first time on /tv/, from /mu/ and pretty much everyone is unbearably pretentious, but at least there's a universal acknowledgement of subjectivity in art and entertainment.
tl;dr: You're a pleb.
You're delving too deep into this, the last two episodes of the series made absolutely no sense at all. The budget cuts were most likely a factor for this, but they're still bad. EoE provided a coherent end to the series. Take is as that and you'll be fine.
Everyone on /tv/ is pretentious, it's always been this way.
The plot was weak, and I'm not even talking about the flimsy time travel logic. Also JGL's character is boring and oblivious most of the time, he was basically there to hold the plot together and not much else.
I don't know, something about it strikes every right chord for me.
>creative animation and environments, every scene is interesting if not for that alone
>snappy humor with some wit, just keeps throwing jokes at you
>creative story considering it's a movie about building toys
>mix of subtle and not-so-subtle themes about the extremes of both conformism and non-conformism
>most sincere and genuine feeling of the message "you are special" I've seen in a long time
>rating things out of 10
truly the mark of a pleb. the "10/10" label goes easily on anything you personally like that doesn't have major production flaws. it's a mask for holding films to very low standards.
Oh jesus I completely forgot that this got a remaster, thanks anon.
It doesn't look red anymore!
One of the most interesting movies I've watched, literally a conversation between two guys who live very different lifestyles for an hour and 45. Its very philosophical.
>Inventive and playful camera work and direction
>incredible acting all around
>quite a few geniunly hillarious moments
>expertly crafter scenes
>great story + script. Great human dialogue
It's so pretty. She's so pretty. I cried at the end because I never felt anything so powerful before in my life.
There is no 10/10 movie, I don't think there ever will be, but I consider this 9/10
Fuck that, it's worth watching for the animation alone
>plot was weak
I agree somewhat, but it's really focused more on character than plot.
>JGL's character is boring and oblivious most of the time
I disagree. He's definitely a stoic character, but he has some pretty great conflict and development (ratting out Seth, getting close to Sara and Sid, clashing with his future self, etc.) it's just fairly subdued.
> hold the plot together and not much else.
I think you might have missed the ending there mate. The film is about how he's trying to hold on to his lifestyle in both the present and the future, but in the end he grows enough to
sacrifice himself instead of Sid, breaking the cycle of violence.Whether you understood it or not the plot is about him down to its core.
Yep Lord and Miller are fucking great.
great film, but not a 10/10
10/10's should encapsulate the human experience/condition. If an alien species were to watch a 10/10 they'd know exactly and precisely what it is to be human.
Even some of the best directors have only made one of these kinds of films in their entire oeuvre despite making amazing films in sequence. 2001, Andrei Rublev and Tree of Life for instance. But there can also be films that perfectly epitomize their genres (horror, romance), but even these films are not 10/10's. They're 10/10s in their genre perhaps, but not perfect films overall.
This is just my take though obviously.
I also loved the ending of the show, plebs hate it because they wanted more EPIC ROBOT FIGHTAN!!!1 but I thought it was perfect getting all the world out of the way and focusing on emotion.
But....the film is also great, It has more exposure so its more external than internal but both are great endings (though I prefer the show's)
It's not that it didn't have robot fighting, it's that the last two episodes were just what was happening inside Shinji's head, and completely disregarded what was happening in the real world.
That's not a satisfactory ending.
I thought it was a brave move, I dont usually like anime and the first episodes aren't very good because they are the normal thing to expect from a robot fighting sonen show but then it begins to switch to a more original premise
reddit memes are the worst. i had this movie's soundtrack on a cassette tape. and these kids from reddit like it. now if i like it i'm from reddit. the internet is a mysterious place.
Spielberg's Duel. Am I the only one who really likes this? Though it has a very simple and straightforward plot it really gets under your skin in a Hitchcockian sort of way. You feel the plight of the main character and it reflects the human condition in how much stress one can take. Hell of a finale too.
I really enjoyed this movie, but the third act was a complete mess. Instead of arriving to a point, he gives us a clusterfuck, and we're left trying to interpret the conclusion of the story through these fractured surreal scenes. Many of these scenes did nothing more than to say "hey look, this is symbolic!" (that stupid fucking comet, or the drummer that appears and reappears throughout the movie) and they only serve to imply meaning but not actually give any. There are many of these moments that feel like they are only there to make you think that something more is going (with the character or the story), but they never reveal any insights. This is basically the definition of bad symbolism, and the movie is full of it.
>inb4 I just don't get it