ITT: Perfect movies.
People hate on it because it's Disney, and a commercial movie.
Geoffrey Rush's performance is brilliant. Everyone in this movie is brilliant, but are all overshadowed by Depp's Keith Richards impression.
Love or hate it, it's a perfect movie.
I honestly figured out that movie in the first 5 minutes. The way the armed guards looked at DiCaprio as he stepped onto the island seemed a little off to me.
I spent the rest of the movie watching how people treated him, and by twist at the end, I knew it was coming.
Still a good movie, though.
i watched the holy mountain too many times now for it still to be a big thing but yes it's amazing. El topo is also really good and I suggest you rewatch Santa Sangre. Although it's much more easy to follow it's just as good especially if you've watched the other too beforehand
These two are quite ok.
I watched a few minutes of this earlier on HBO. hit it in the middle though so didn't stay with it
You rarely see this movie get mentioned, which is a shame.
One flew over the cuckoo's nest is, though, by far the single best movie ever made.
Watched it not too long ago
Was pretty good, although by the end(when the girl goes upstairs from the basement) I almost thought he did indeed molested her and that the director had been messing with us, but nope
"For you, maybe. You're a lot bigger than me."
Sends chills down my spine.
It just means that, in the end, there will always be people in his community who view him as guilty. It doesn't matter who the shooter was.
KB1&2 are literally perfect. There is no way to improve on them.
Fencing, fighting, torture, revenge, giants, monsters, chases, escapes, True Love, miracles....
..basically everything by Pedro Almodovar, Jodorovski and Kubrik
i hate to admit it because it's become such a meme and the sequels were complete dogshit, but The Matrix is perfect.
one can't have a discussion of perfect films without the original Rocky
Although not as well known as the first two, the camera angles and acting are top tier
name a flaw in the film. Every single scene is perfect. even the little details like the costumes refer back to people pretending to be someone they aren't and their lack of authenticity ultimately causes their death. it's literally fucking perfect. Shit they even shot a spaghetti western in the middle of a kung fu movie. to keep the theme of something trying to be something it isn't.
>just because you're not smart enough to understand it doesn't make it overrated.
"Authentic Bulgarian Miak"
the most perfect horror movie of all time, bar none.
yes there are watch some kino lad
the Flemish trainspotting too
"Mein furher, I can walk!"
its a thriller. have you seen Possession (1981)
agrees its perfect
"i have a competition in me"
interesting debate between thriller and horror. by today's standards its certainly a thriller. by late 70/early 80's standards that film was terrifying. It literally made 4 generations of people irrationally afraid to go swimming.
Haven't seen possession. Is it better than The Exorcist?
Not the best film ever made but for the concept, delivery and design it could not have been made any better, which is why I would say it is a perfect movie.
very true very true, even though sharks barely kill people today (and when they do did nothing wrong) people still act like they are monsters. id consider it a thriller as it never really made feel too uneasy besides one or two parts
yea its nothing like the exorcist
Shawshank, Forest Gump, Lawrence of Arabia, and yea I guess Gladiator.
It's hard to describe 'the perfect movie'. But for me, it all comes down to how 'quickly' the movie felt from start to finish.
Did it drag on and on? Did you second guess "When will this end"?
That to me personally is what makes a good movie.
Now as for acting and shit, well the movies I listed have amazing acting and they took their plots, story to a whole new level, won't be matched.
It'll be pretty damn hard to match Gladiators classic "Spartacus story line"
By far the best Superhero movie created so far
Very good, I sat myself down and watched all of it. The only complaint I have is it moved pretty slowly, also I hated the book it was based off of due to the language it used.
"perfect" is a little different than "awesome"
A perfect film takes a compelling concept and executes it in a way that couldn't be made any better.
An awesome film is full of flaws. take Armageddon, for instance. Awesome movie. Its a blast to watch. its funny, great action, etc. But its not anywhere close to perfect - its full of flaws and its impossibly stupid. Gladiator, on the other hand - there's not a single way the movie could have been better. it was just flat out incredible execution of a concept.
I love kill bill
Might be biased because it was on AMC when I was young, and I wstched it despite my parents not wanting me to, it reminds me of my childhood