How can I watch films more critically? I want to analyzing them like you guys.
first, arrange all the characters in a threat matrix.
Cross reference that with a list of the Original Soundtrack (not the Score) track titles in alphabetical order.
The square root of the difference is the overall film 「quality」.
Bubble sort films by quality value and you're done.
Read the David Bordwell textbook, watch film analyses by competent people (e.g. every frame a painting), and practice! Sit down with a film (not necessarily one that you like) and try to apply the concepts and inferences you learn in the above-mentioned sources.
>No Phantom of the Opera
>No Mr. Hyde
>Dracula was shit
Got hyped the owl looking guy said he was going to an archeological dig in Cairo
>Tfw no based Mummy plotline about his past as a Pharoah
You do plan to have dinosaurs on your dinosaur tour yes? Hello?
Just finished this
Was it good?
What's the point of a GoT general if you fags are going to keep spamming threads? Why don't you fucking go to Reddit if you can't help posting about your HBO shitfest?
>In prison, dinner was always a big thing. We had a pasta course and then we had a meat or fish. Paulie did the prep work. He was doing a year for contempt, and he had this wonderful system for doing the garlic. He used a razor, and he used to slice it so thin that he used to liquefy in the pan with just a little oil. It was a very good system.
All hail His Grace, Azor Jon of Houses Stark and Targaryen, the Prince who was Promised, the Son of Ice and Fire, the First of His Name, King of the Andals and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms, and Protector of the Realm.
Just went to Ross
Movies for this feel?
>The straightest path to Superman is a pretty little road called Lois Lane.
What did he mean by this?
So, let me get this straight, there are people on this image board who think Green Room was a worthwhile movie.
I just watched it. What a piece of shit.
I know it's not good to speak bad of dead, but damn Chekov, get a grip.
>being this much of an underage contrarian faggot
Serious question here /tv/, which ones would you say are the best horror movies of all time and why... also, what you think makes a perfect horror movie.
>Just watched for the first time the conjuring and thought it was awesome in
The perfect horror movie is kinda a cliche, it's much like Classical music, where it's just a formula. The modern Slasher film is more or less just the formula made by Alien.
But no Classical song follows the formula perfectly. The true are is in the deviations. So, there's no such thing as a perfect Horror movie. They're each flawed, but that's what makes them art.
This is why horror movies are unlike any other genre. It's one of the few PURE genres, unlike Comedy and Drama and Sci-Fi which are always a mixtures of genres.
horror movies are more like action movies, and this is why it's easy to criticize them, and why people will always be able to hate Saw and MArvel movies, because they're formulaic movies. That's how the genre goes.
It's like criticizing Beethoven for being predictable. "Oh i knew he was going to the iv after that V chord."
But like most movies the sound is one of the most important parts. Conjuring had amazing sound, of the wooden floor, and the clapping of the hands, and the whispering on the tapes, or whatever....
I give it 10/10 for sound which really makes up for everything, since the majority of the movie YOU DON'T SEE ANYTHING. The acting of scared, without the music is just a bunch of people breathing weird.
Scream 1 has to be one of my favorite horror movies. The first time I saw it, I was so distrubed by it I couldn't watch it again. I then saw it again after, and forgot I watched it before and went through that same horror.
I was watching jaws and freddy krueger since I was 10, and IT and Cujo when I was younger even.
That movie really goto me, it wasn't about supernatural or predictable killers. It was just about that random guy.
So sad that he died. Will miss him very much.
>Is there anyone?
What are some movies that have incredible visuals AND a great story?
Planet of the Apes ORGINAL
The Good the Bad and the Ugly
Mission Impossible 4
Wizard of Oz
A New Hope remastered
What Dreams May Come
Life of Pi
The Dark Knight
Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Man's Chest
Suker Punch (ultimate edition)
Saving PRivate Ryan
Nightmare before Christmas
and Apollo 13