Star Wars( especially New Hope), Breakfast Club, Aliens, Back to the Future 1&2, The Deluge, Kanal, Human Traffic, The Dark Knight, Batman Begins, Cube, The Good, the Bad and The Ugly, Terminator 2, The Beast with a Billion Backs, Taxi Driver, Sexmission, Trainspotting, The Deceiver, Indiana Jones I-III, Truman Show, Fight Club, Clerks, Reservoir Dogs, Planet Terror, Monty Python's Holy Grail, Twelve Monkeys, Rocky, Die Hard, Hamlet (Mel Gibson's version), Predator, The Machine Girl, Heat (remake), When the Wind Blows, Coonskin, Scarface, The Big Lebowski, Evil Dead 2, Let the Right One In, Inglorious Basterds, The Incredibles, Top Secret, Natural Born Killers, Night of the Living Dead, Ravenous, The Devils Rejects, The Magnificent Seven, Road Warrior, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Weird Science, Some Like It Hot, The Shop Around the Corner, Lawa, Barry Lyndon
All Time Worst Movies:
Alien vs Predator, Alien: Ressurection ( I don't know which one is worse...), Alexander, Disaster Movie, Dragon Ball Evolution ( oh my God... fuck this movie, fuck it up the ass... what a piece of shit)
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Right now we're only looking back at some of our favorite games of 2011, but normally the feature will be used to look at new games the day they release. In the future, there's a much higher chance we'd look at DOTA 2 than League of Legends.
Actually yes, I do mean cheesy and unconvencing, even the set where their little camp was looked fakish. About answers leading to questions, John Doe in Seven, the more I learned about him the more I wanted to know, but I still love the story really prefer not knowing, the same is true for (again Kevin Spacey) Verbal Kent and Kobayashi in Usual Suspects. We never find out what caused the sterility in Children of Men, what the ending of 2001 A Space Odessy was about (until the pragmatic and letdown sequal 2010) How does Doc Brown's time machine work, how does the one in The Time Machine work? Once you get into science fiction, magical, religious fable land or smart mystery the answers should just be kept to enough to tell the story. Who was the mother of the Wizard in the Wizard of Oz. How does the Cheshire Cat's disembodied head float and talk? Who knows and who cares, the're good stories that entertained, some made us think and that means they did their jobs
Just read your post on Losties Unite, I have to say I don't think any answers could be given without bringing up more questions, that's what happens when you have a mystery that spans 1000s of years and has both mystical and science fiction elements. Also I think the acting was a style choice to make it seem more fable/ story bookish.
Think that's one of the odd problems that I had with the Prequels with Star Wars. While ILM did a great job blowing my eyeballs out with all the CGI effects, there just seemed like something was missing.
Like new camera techniques and equipment. Where's the "model work"? What happened to the use of overlays for huge machines/humans? What about the robotics works?
Look, I agree that ILM will CONSTANTLY blow my mind with what they can put on a screen. I just fear that TOO MUCH is based on CGI effects and no longer trying to do Practical effects. Which is sad, because of all the ground breaking works that ILM has done with practical effects, they really should be concentrating on those.