this is the best movie ive ever seen
All day God tier come at me fagota
anyone else seen this? Very moving and probably the best I've seen this year
Here, a career-defining classic
Birdman is a mediocre film, an extremely forced technical idea taken without considering any consequence in terms of scenes' timing that become horribly inadequate. It's just like loving a movie just because great CGI. And, talking about CGI, those crane shots transitions getting through the windows are irritating. People pretend to like the movie because the technical side, so they look smart. Hitchcock did it because it was a theatre piece and did it greatly, this is really just bragging about what you can do. Never trust the academy.
This was much better. Also, modern movies are fucking terrible
everything else in this thread is overrated meme
If one were to like the film solely because of the single shot editing then they've clear missed to essence of the film, so I would agree with you in that sense. The editing does play a narrative role and does it amazingly but it's really not quite what makes the film God-tier.
As someone who's set a lottttt of films, i can vouch that these are all decent.
My favourite movie (pic related) is 'Wild Tales' - saw it on IMDB top 250 and gave it a shot. It's 8 short stories about 10 mins each or something, every single fucking one is amazing! It's in spanish but well worth the watch.
I agree completely. Also was bored through most of the movie. Seen it twice and still don't see the appeal or what it was trying to accomplish except having an all star cast playing mediocre roles.
this was wayyyy better than I expected it to be
Really?! A more appropriate title would have been "two cold angry men" cos that's what it's about... If I had known this I probably wouldn't have gone to see it... Still... Great cinematography.
used to be into KINO but then i got a warning for torrenting because the sheer quantity was apparently too much and it became obvious
so now i'll buy the occasional artfag film on blue ray
You are a worthless, friendless, faggot-lipped little piece of shit whose mommy left daddy when she figured out he wasn't Eugene O'Neill, and who is now weeping and slobbering all over my drum set like a fucking nine-year old girl!
Whenever my feels get anhero tier, I watch this movie
Dat stadium scene... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wE2gTZN-oPU
Tampopo. Ramen western. Anyone seen this? One of the most hilarious and well written movies I've ever seen. All of Juzo Itami's are good but this is his best.
Be serious. It was an oscar-baiting dickstroking flick for narsassistic self-pitying tossers in the theatre.
The music was awful.
The characters were awful and uninteresting.
And the plot was stupid.
It's like Bojack Horseman if Bojack Horseman sucked a fat dick.
your feels will never be the same
maybe when the time comes it would be considered kitsch
You plebs who think Oldboy is the best Korean movie need to see this masterpiece.
There will be Blood (2007)
Fixed that for you
>Great film tho /b/ro, but not no.1 in the franchise
A prophet (2009)
Not exactly god tier but I'm posting it anyway
I would say this is one of the greatest movies of all time
If you did not see it, then you have homework to do tonight.
Deniro's best mafia film. Sergio Leone director
I'm still secretly hoping Besson will stop making shit films.
we buds now.
Fuck, I'm the same for Resurrection
The best superhero movie ever. Fuck that overrated Marvel Universe shit.
hard to choose THE best. But yeah, I have to watch it at least once a year. The movie has introduced me to so many books.. Heart of Darkness, all the arthurian legends (it's based off fisher king), The Golden Bough.. I even went to Vietnam for a month because of this movie. "Heart of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse" Coppola's documentary about the film is amazing. The whole operation was a fucking shit show. Some of those bodies are real.
Best superhero movie of all time, Sam Raimi is underrated and underappreciated.
I'll see your bet and raise you the lot, m8.
Yeah.. Have you seen "throne of blood" or "knife in the water"
Iiiisss that the one with the woman who is being prosecuted for something that her SS dudes did, not her, and her ex boyfriend who was like 4 during their relationship is forced to watch the case as a law student?
It's a German film, and I could be way off.
My fav Tom Cruise. I have a feeling this is what he is actually like. Thats why he played the character so well. Total asshole lol. Magnolia (1999)
Special thanks to "Pans Labyrinth" and "Edge of Tomorrow" for keeping this thread alive.
Ok so i'm sorry for being kind of anti-climactic and not post my fav movie but honestly I like watching Art Case Studies about movies like this one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbZNkMn3PvQ&list=PLwg4AG1KkgLwP5FuUIiVEy-ILMD23AN1v&index=17 | To me, the movie seem much more enjoyable after I hear what makes that particular movie great. And I'd recommend to all the movie buffs here to watch this guys case studies they're extremely interesting.
honestly, one of the best movies I've ever seen, this one right here
LA Film School dropout here
This movie will make you think twice about the sexualization of innocent children. Its in Russian but its still good.
Yeaaaah, I'm gonna go ahead and agree with you on that one. mmmkay
I feel like most people in /b would love this if they gave it a chance.
Coppola is the best in my opinion. The Conversation (1974). Gene Hackman. Excellent score too.
he's not evil in this movie though, he's the protagonist.
I like all the old Alfred Hitchcock movies....they are all good