If it's crap ... We'll tell you
Fantasy films that take place in their own universe like Lord of the Rings, Eragon, the TV show Merlin and Krull (never seen Krull, but Carlyle approved it, so I need to see it at some point). And I know Krull isn't loved by the people FYI.
To be more specific, any high fantasy film that's been rated close to, or above 7.0 on IMDb, or any that have been loved by critics.
If you happen to know fantasy films aimed towards 14 year-olds and up, please list those.
If you know of a list composed of fantasy films created by a user on IMDb, please link it to me, if possible.
I'm pretty serious about this request, which is why I'm being so specific. I would not like movie suggestions like Star Wars (any movie that contains more sci-fi than fantasy, through it in the bin).
To me, fantasy means dragons, witches, trolls, goblins, fairies, elves, and magic. I don't mean to sound like I'm insulting anyone's intelligence, it's just me being specific.
If you can help in anyway, thank you so much :)
Well I am trying to think of some of the best fantasy films that I have seen. So you probably have already seen them but I have to mention that the Harry Potter movies are must-to-see fantasy films. One of my favourite fantasy films, except of the ones you already mentioned, is Alice in Wonderland. The one directed by Tim Burton in 2010. I do not know if other people consider it to be a fantasy film but I think 300 is a good fantasy film. I am going to throw a computer animated film and say you should watch Tangled. Not a great film but still a "rental" movie for me is this year's Red Riding Hood. Still in the "rental" category I can mention Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief. Also should mention The Sorcerer's Apprentice with Nicolas Cage. A movie that I disliked but it seems that was just me is Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole. Going to throw some preistoric stuff in there and say 10,000 BC. A movie I thought was going to be cute but wasn't was Where the Wild Things Are. If you read the book you should also check out the film, I am talking about The Golden Compass. Well...a lot of films came to mind. Hope I didn't bore you while you were reading this and I didn't recheck it for spelling mistakes. Hope I helped.
'I would not like movie suggestions like Star Wars (any movie that contains more sci-fi than fantasy, through it in the bin). To me, fantasy means dragons, witches, trolls, goblins, fairies, elves, and magic. I don't mean to sound like I'm insulting anyone's intelligence, it's just me being specific.'
So you list: Dark City, Every Star Wars movie excluding Phantom Menace, X Men First Class, Wall E, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Blade Runner, and Melancholia. More than half your list is sci-fi. I see now why you write so poorly. Your reading comprehension is appalling. You're basically just parroting words that you have no understanding of.
Tell me, does your intelligence feel insulted?
In Andrew's defense, I'm sure reading four paragraphs is far more than he can handle.
Almost as necessary as reading the actual thread subject before commenting on it. Ass.
My comment was plenty necessary, since you clearly need help defending yourself, and your obvious lack of mental faculties is the best we've got going in that field.
Are your parents siblings? Because that could help out a lot, too.
... When someone lands an effective blow on you?
So your best defense against someone saying that you're an illiterate lackwit is accusing them of being a hanger-on to someone else who says the same thing?
See, this is why you need my help, you really suck at this.
Saying that you're a shitty writer and can barely read is nothing new, and I was doing it long before it became the cool thing to do.
The word is you're, not your.
You're, as in "you are", as in "Andrew, you're a fucking retard, please learn how to read and write properly."