When you see this, what movie comes to mind?
What would happen if a person were given the physical strength and opportunity to become a superhero?
Looking for movies with underlying themes such as equality and openmindedness.
ITT: Movies women will never understand
>I'll start by talking honestly
Would you watch a remake of Flash Gordon with Chris Hemsworth as Flash, Bernadict Cumberbatch as Ming, and a Foo Fighters soundtrack?
Now that Dicaprio gives up his behymen to a bear, does he finally get an oscar?
I vote for The Fog myself.
>comfy as fuck ghost story
>masterful music/sound design (seriously if you're into sound watch this movie)
>simple but powerful special effects
>scary when it needs to be but not too reliant on horror
The Thing might be more of an effects achievement, and Halloween might be scarier, but The Fog is just a great fucking movie.
Official, 100% correct, undisputable, director and critic approved Carpenter Rankings
1. The Thing
2. In the Mouth of Madness
3. Escape from New York
4. Prince of Darkness
6. Big Trouble in Little China
7. Assault on Precinct 13
8. They Live
10. The Fog
11. Village of the Damned
12. The Ward
13. Escape from LA
14. Dark Star
16. Memoirs of an Invisible Man
18. Ghosts of Mars
Not counted: Elvis, Someone's Watching me, Body Bags. Quality breaks even between 10 and 11 and negative after 15.
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Am i the only one who found Attack Of The Clones is more enjoyable than The Phantom Menace?
despite of the shitty love story at the beginning, it started to pick up after that and become more interesting, unlike TPM which bored me until the end
All 3 of them are equal levels of bad, but uniquely bad. You come prepared in attack of the clones for it to be silly and stupid and pointless, but it does a ton of things to ruin the original trilogy. Then revenge of the sith comes out and you're thinking there's nothing it can do to fuck it up, but then it gets all dark and depressing and somehow it makes you wanna kill yourself.
>despite of the shitty love story at the beginning
The love story wasn't just in the beginning. It was emphasized throughout the entire movie.
Until the third act, it was basically spliced together evenly with scenes of Obi-Wan tracking down Jango.
Episode 1 is objectively the best of the prequels, but as far as just pure enjoyment goes, Episode 2 and 3 have the advantage of being "so bad, it's funny" movies. Episode 1 doesn't so much. It's...
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Is this one of the most misunderstood movies of all time? It's a shame too because the budget was big and quality great
>You will never save Brendan
we need to post pictures of him where he looks good so we can unfuck his shit once and for all