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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:18:14 No.58846239

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So fucking tired of people saying that all movies are shit "these days."

Subtract five years from your birth year. Go to "'That Year' in film" on Wikipedia
How many do you actually recognize?


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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:19:43 No.58846287
>>58846239
Movies are shitter these days because of CGI. This whole "le epin you only hear about the good movies" meme used to have some credibility but not so much these days.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:21:31 No.58846343
the 80's were a cultural dark age for cinema

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:21:33 No.58846345
Thanks to hacks like Christopher Nolan, movies have become shit nowadays.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:25:23 No.58846455
Movies were shit back in the day and they are shit now. At least 90% of any medium is downright putrid vomid dog rape piss cat cuck fuck shit that you wont ever revisit or think after watching - SHIT.

People just think now since they live now - human mind cannot comprehend past or future, egoistical narcissistic shit revolving around present.

inb4 hordes of fedora tips.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:26:01 No.58846476
old fag reporting in

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:26:45 No.58846501
>>58846455
>Movies were shit back in the day
Not true.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:28:09 No.58846528
OMG OP I like the Smashing Pumpkins too! :DDD

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:28:42 No.58846544
I judge movies based mostly on director and genre.
Release dates are virtually irrelevant to me.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:29:01 No.58846560
>>58846501
Get that fucking cum out of your eyes. It's fucking logical sense you don't apprehend that the shit of the day went down to the sewers and now we only have the good parts.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:30:02 No.58846588
>>58846544
>being a genre pleb
lmao

fucking plebbiest of pleb.

screenplay+director > cinematography > actor performance > rest.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:30:05 No.58846589
>>58846476
Don't mind Serpico and Soylent Green tbh

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:30:09 No.58846591
>>58846239
Literally saw all of these. Cinema Paradisio is undoubtedly the best though, that kiss montage

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:31:10 No.58846619
>>58846589
serpico has a hell of a slow third act

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:31:36 No.58846634
>>58846591
die hard is easily the best christmas movie ever made though

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:32:34 No.58846663
I got Wayne's World, Alien 3 (Eew), Batman Returns, Candyman, Reservoir Dogs, and A Few Good Men. Plus a few others I recognized the title of but have no idea what they're about (Lethal Weapon 3, White Men Can't Jump)

Let's compare it to 2015, these are films I imagine will be recognizable in 23 years.

Kinsman: The Secret Service, Fifty Shades of Grey (Eew), Furious 7, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Mad Max: Fury Road, Inside Out,

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:33:07 No.58846678
>>58846588
I judge romantic comedies on different merits than I judge historical epics. What's wrong with that?

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:33:39 No.58846690
>mfw all of my top 4 are from the past 20 years.
eat shit dying breed.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:34:47 No.58846725
>>58846678
What is wrong with that you are giving inherent value and things to some arbitary genre when it shouldn't even come to account really, it's a defeatist and apolegtic way of saying movie is good when you say 'w-w-well it was good for romcom!11!'.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:34:51 No.58846728
spider-man 2 for me :^)

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:34:55 No.58846730
>>58846591
>people born in '93 are fucking 22

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:36:21 No.58846774
1988 here

super obscure films from 1983:
>Return of the Jedi
>Terms of Endearment
>Flashdance
>Trading Places
>Octopussy
>Risky Business
>Scarface
>twilight zone movie
>Cujo

op a faggot as always

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:37:18 No.58846803
>>58846591
'93 master race reporting in

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:37:59 No.58846815
>>58846774
That's only like 9 movies. There are probably about that many from 2014, too

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:38:00 No.58846818
literally a shit ton
>evil dead 2
>FMJ
>lost boys
>robocop
>untouchables
>good morning vietnam

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:39:25 No.58846853
>>58846663
>Kingsman
>Recognizable in 2038

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:39:46 No.58846863
>>58846818
Don't forget The Princess Bride and Spaceballs.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:39:47 No.58846865
I feel like the only people with that mentality are only thinking in terms of Hollywood productions. Like this guy for instance >>58846287, whose argument is only applicable to the most low-brow trash out there.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:39:49 No.58846868
>>58846730
25 years ago was 50 years ago

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:40:24 No.58846889
>>58846818
>>58846774
>>58846591
>People ITT actually think less than ten films is a lot

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:40:51 No.58846901
>>58846239
They aren't. Those people don't watch films.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:42:03 No.58846936
>>58846528
Hey fuck you that was a good music video too

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:42:04 No.58846937
>>58846865
Not even Hollywood films, they are thinking in terms of blockbusters.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:43:29 No.58846972
>>58846815
you want me to keep looking, bitch?
More 1983:

>National Lampoon's Vacation
>The Outsiders
>A Christmas Story
>Wargames
>Christine
>Never say never again
>Monty Python's the meaning of life
>Videodrome


i honestly don't know why i'm being so defensive about this.something about /tv/ just brings it out

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:44:01 No.58846989
>>58846239

>1986
Aliens
An American Tail
Blue Velvet
Crocodile Dundee
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
The Great Mouse Detective
Labyrinth
Castle in the Sky
Little Shop of Horrors
Luxo, Jr.
My Little Pony: The Movie
Platoon
Pretty in Pink
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
Under the Cherry Moon
When the Wind Blows

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:44:45 No.58847011
>>58846663

>Age of Ultron

lolno people now already consider it filler

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:45:18 No.58847023
>>58846972
>Christine
>Videodrome
I think my dad once referenced Christine but never heard of Videodrome
>inb4 WHAT!? THEN YOU AREN'T A REAL FILM FAN!!!
Literally the point of this thread

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:47:32 No.58847087
green circle is seen and liked
red circle is seen and didn't like
yellow line is haven't seen
CAPESHIT is capeshit. Don't have to watch because I know it'll be complete shit.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:48:17 No.58847108
>>58847023
Listen kid you don't want to see my other side. I have a wolf inside me with a muzzle on, but the muzzle is about to come off. You broke her heart, and I will break yours. She is a nice girl, how dare you use her like this. How come people like you get to date her? Then people like me have to sit in the shadows and be the shoulders to cry on. Listen Kid, I don't have time for *** games. I am a nice guy, but when you make a nice guy angry; the world shakes. Don't do it again. ... You will regret this the next FULL MOON. You mess with me you mess with the pack bud. *** you. Get ready.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:48:21 No.58847111
Star Wars ruined cinema and the late 70s was were the decline started to happen.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:48:46 No.58847126
>>58847087
you were born in 2019?

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:48:50 No.58847130
>>58846889
just look at 1987 in film, i aint copy pasting that shit

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:49:23 No.58847146
>>58847087
lego movie is fun, you should go watch it

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:50:00 No.58847162
>>58846239
>1984

Literally the best year of that decade in film. Checkmate.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:50:14 No.58847171
>>58847087

Watch Budapest

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:52:07 No.58847226
>1988 in film

All those godtier movies holy shit

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:52:18 No.58847233
>>58846239

Empire Strikes Back
Airplane!
Blues Brothers
The Shining
Raging Bull
Kagemusha
Caddyshack
Friday the 13th
The Return of the King
Superman II

1980 had some good films. I haven't seen any comedy movies on par with that year these days thats for sure.

Also Kagemusha is one of the best movies ever made.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:52:29 No.58847239
>>58847087

Howard The Duck is Capeshit too.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:52:48 No.58847245
>>58846345
He's one of the only good directors working right now

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:56:52 No.58847375
1982 films I recognize:
Death Wish 2
Deathtrap
Porky's
Conan the Barbarian
Rocky 3
Poltergeist
Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan
ET
Annie
Firefox
Blade Runner
The Thing
The Secret of NIMH
Tron
A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy
The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas
The World According to Garp
Fast Times at Ridgemont High
An Officer and a Gentleman
The Beastmaster
First Blood
48 Hours
Sophie's Choice
The Dark Crystal
Tootsie

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:58:09 No.58847407
>>58846560
The films we still have from back then were better, that's a fact. It's not true that only the good films survived; consider that for decades some of the greatest films of the era were thought to be permanently lost.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:59:38 No.58847455
But 1995 had great movies :D

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 07:59:58 No.58847468
>>58847407
Or you just didn't watch that many old films.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:00:09 No.58847472
>>58847375
also Gandhi and Koyaanisqatsi

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:02:41 No.58847532
>>58847375
Quite a shitty year, though.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:02:58 No.58847537
>>58846239
1984
Ghostbusters
Beverly Hills Cop
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Gremlins
The Karate Kid
Police Academy
Footloose
The Terminator

checkmate, OP.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:03:08 No.58847543
>>58846239
>subtract five years
Wow, seriously?
>Airplane!
>The Blues Brothers
>Caddyshack
>Cannibal Holocaust
>The Elephant Man
>Flash Gordon
>The Fog
>Friday the 13th
>The Gods Must Be Crazy
>Oh, God! Book II
>Popeye
>The Return of the King (Animated)
>The Shining
>Somewhere in Time
>Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
>Superman II
>The Watcher in the Woods

I'll tell you right now, that's more than I'd probably recognize from last year. You should've said 50 years, I've only got Bride of Frankenstein, A Night at the Opera, and Scrooge for '35.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:03:39 No.58847558
>>58846239
Aliens
Big Trouble in Little China
"Crocodile" Dundee
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
The Great Mouse Detective
Highlander
Labyrinth
Laputa: Castle in the Sky
Little Shop of Horrors
Luxo Jr.
Short Circuit
Stand by Me (tumblrshit I know, but I list it because a lot of people love it)
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (the best and most successful star trek movie.)
Top Gun
True Stories

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:04:33 No.58847577
>>58847543

Same age bro.

You forgot Kagemusha

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:05:13 No.58847589
>>58846728

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:05:33 No.58847597
>>58847543
Caddyshack has aged so fucking badly

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:05:35 No.58847598
>>58846239
The question is how many are actually good. There are rare years with many masterpieces, but usually it's not different than recent years.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:06:16 No.58847605
>>58847577
I can't forget something I haven't seen. :^)

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:06:37 No.58847615
>>58847468
I didn't, but the ones I watched were still better than anything I've seen since.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:07:47 No.58847646
>>58847615
I think you are just very biased. And what does this even mean?
The older the better? This is simply not true.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:09:19 No.58847686
Heres the thing, there are a lot of old movies that are remembered throughout the decades, but most of them are just kinda average and are mostly remembered for nostalgic reasons. In a couple decades the average-at-best films of today will be remembered as classics and people will have forgotten about the great heaps of shit inbetween, etc etc.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:11:23 No.58847734
Most of us will end up and the 80s and I think we can all agree that the 90s were a cultural black hole and hardly any good movies came out of it.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:12:25 No.58847755
>>58847543
>I'll tell you right now, that's more than I'd probably recognize from last year
I doubt it. If you follow the Oscars, /tv/ memes and film festivals then you should easily recognize around 50-70 films from the last year.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:13:54 No.58847787
>>58847734
Literally wrong.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:16:31 No.58847869
>>58847787
b8

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:21:18 No.58847994
>>58847755

>Oscars

there are entire categories that nobody watches, like foreign film or any of the short awards

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:24:10 No.58848061
>>58847646
Film was still high culture back then, even more so than now having been given a hundred years to develop. Directors had backgrounds in the studies of the humanities, actors had experience on the stage. Films were not expected to be dumbed down for the masses. Stalin and Hitler watched multiple films per day. Can you imagine the world leaders of today and their cabinets sitting around at lunch time in their private cinemas to watch the latest contemporary trash movies?

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:24:47 No.58848073
Top 3 grossing movies 1985

Back to the future (amazing)
Rambo first blood part 2 (amazing)
Rocky 4 (amazing)

2014

Transformers: Age of extinction (complete trash)
The Hobbit 3 (garbage)
Guardians of the galaxy (average at best)

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:29:00 No.58848165
it's not necessarily that the quality has gone so much down (although it has IMO) but the industry now is more soulless than it ever has been. Ability and talent have gone out the window in favor of computers and social media-calculated "relatability" of actors Studios have franchises that GUARANTEE profits so they have no reason to stop churning out the same bullshtit over and over and over

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:29:03 No.58848167
>>58846239
>So fucking tired of people saying that all movies are shit "these days.

except they are. What was the last truly great sci-fi film? Or action film? The answers do not lie in the 21st century

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:29:50 No.58848183
>>58847755
Keep in mind, I'm only working form films I've seen. Not films I've seen commercials for on TV. Otherwise I'd have added Xanadu, et al.

>Big Hero 6
>Captain America: The Winter Soldier
>The Grand Budapest Hotel
>Guardians of the Galaxy
>The Hobbit: We Could Have Just Put This In The Last Movie But Peter Jackson Forgot How To Edit
>The Lego Movie
>Maleficent (It was my sister's birthday and I was dragged into it.)

So that's, what, 7? I didn't even get to see half the movies I actually wanted, and saw at least two movies I wish I could unsee. And it's 10 less than the 1980 list.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:30:34 No.58848200
>>58846239
I'm not sure how you can argue against it when the highest grossing, and most invested in films nowadays are not original IPs. Film makers are more interested in theatre earnings than creating great films

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Aritap 2015-07-16 08:31:32 No.58848218
but films are worse now than ever.

it doesn't take a genius to notice that.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:31:34 No.58848219
>>58848183
Jesus Christ why do you even come here if you don't watch film. I watched at least 60.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:32:00 No.58848234
>>58848167

>what was the last great low-brow infantile piece of junk

Who cares?

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:34:42 No.58848293
>>58847087
Watch Hannah and her sisters.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:35:52 No.58848316
Storytelling has certainly gotten worse. The only thing that has progressed in special effects, and even then that's hard to tell when something like JP looks so much better than Jurassic World

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:41:30 No.58848419
I've seen plenty of films from 1984, you know.

Too many of them to list, actually. And there are a bunch I've meant to watch too. Damn, 1984 was such a good year in film.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:47:39 No.58848547
Good film has not gone anywhere, you just have to dig a little deeper than not at all. There are plenty of great contemporary filmmakers, like Hou, Diaz, Tarr, Jia and Weerasethakul, to name a few. I don't even claim to know that much about film because I'm sure there are plenty I don't know of, but it really seems like /tv/ doesn't touch on film at all aside from blockbusters.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:51:49 No.58848614
we need another badass era.
>stallone
>arnie
>willis
we need another generation of them. who do we have though? the rock? he is too comical to fit them roles.
also actually take the actors onto real sets and make them run through the jungle. I imagine that would make them act better because they are actually in the scene.
we also need more swearing and nudity.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:54:00 No.58848648
>>58848547
>Deeper
>Tarr
>Diaz
dude

lol

there's plenty of good mainstream film makers protip you just mentioned bunch of them lol

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:56:02 No.58848680
>>58848648

>than not at all

It's almost like omitting words by random causes misunderstanding!

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 08:57:16 No.58848702
tbvh only complaint i can muster up is that there's not a single one to push film forward like Tarkosvky but that's pretty much once a millenia type of artist Adnrei was so its pretty much a stupid complaint

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:01:49 No.58848780
>Googles 1983 movies

I've seen quite most of these

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:03:02 No.58848794
Actually, a lot. 1978 was a great year for movies.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:06:18 No.58848846
>>58848702
Again, the whole slow cinema "movement" while inspired by Tarkovsky is really quite a new thing. And Tarkovsky himself was heavily inspired by Dovzhenko.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:06:40 No.58848852
>>58846239
Did you know that in the first years of cinema filmakers used to make a shit ton of movies? Like hundreds.
So of course you are not going to recognize a lot of them

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:07:10 No.58848865
ITT: thinly veiled "tell us your birthday anon" thread courtesy NSA

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:08:08 No.58848884
>>58848865

They already know your birthday, anon

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:08:53 No.58848897
>>58848865
>MUAHAHAHA WE HAVE HIS BIRTHDAY

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:09:16 No.58848907
so they know that lots of people ages 18-30 live all over the world... whats your point fag

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:11:01 No.58848937
Literally all of them. So superior to today its not funny.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:12:43 No.58848962
>>58848614
>Bruce Willis
But he never wanted to be a gruff action star, he enjoyed being a comedian.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:13:14 No.58848974
>>58848073
>Back to the Future Amazing
Yup, not bad.
>Rambo first blood part 2
Meh. A dumbed down First Blood.
>Rocky 4
Meh. It's dumb and campy. Fun to watch, but nothing special.

It's just nostalgia.

>>58848061
>back then
When exactly? Film has never been strictly high culture.
>Stalin and Hitler watched multiple films per day.
Because they considered cinema to be the perfect tool for propaganda.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:13:49 No.58848989
>>58848897

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:13:56 No.58848995
>>58848937
>fiddler on the roof
thats an actual movie?
I thought it was just a commentated segment about a pedo dad on the roof tripping out on drugs

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:15:16 No.58849014
>>58848995
It's a pretty famous movie, dude.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:16:18 No.58849036
>>58846239
I watched 5 out of 10.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:17:02 No.58849051
>>58848219
Unlike you, I'm picky. And I'm not just watching movies from the past fucking year.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:17:13 No.58849058
>>58849014
whats it about?

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:17:43 No.58849067
>>58849058
Jews in Russia.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:19:08 No.58849100
>>58846634
Lethal weapon is better tbh

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:20:22 No.58849117
>>58846634
>>58849100
They're both good, you guys. Also two of the best action movies ever made.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:20:38 No.58849124
>1984
holy shit what a year

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:21:03 No.58849133
>5/10
1. Grease Paramount Pictures $159,978,870[1]
2. Superman Warner Bros. $134,218,018[2]
3. National Lampoon's Animal House Universal Pictures $120,091,123[3]
4. Every Which Way but Loose Warner Bros. $85,196,485[4]
5. Heaven Can Wait Paramount Pictures $81,640,278[5]
6. Hooper Warner Bros. $78,000,000[6]
7. Jaws 2 Universal Pictures $77,737,272[7]
8. Dawn of the Dead United Film Distribution Company $59,020,957[8]
9. Revenge of the Pink Panther United Artists $49,579,269[9]
10. The Deer Hunter Universal Pictures $48,979,328[10]

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:24:45 No.58849195
>>58849067
ehh this is better
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-CTqcsR1TM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Unp-g0wGx0g
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-lm5j-lq30
>its not the size of the prick, its the size of the chick you stick it in

couldnt find the fiddler on the roof one

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:26:02 No.58849217
>born in wrong generation!
In what way films like Boyhood, The Grand Budapest Hotel or Birdman are worse than good films from the past?
And in what way films like Adieu au Langage, Winter Sleep and Two Days, One Night are worse than foreign "art" films from the past?

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:26:50 No.58849234
>>58846239
>How many do you actually recognize?

Annie Hall
A Bridge Too Far
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Cross of Iron
The Duellist
Eraserhead
The Gauntlet
The Hills Have Eyes
The Hobbit
House
The Island of Dr. Moreau
Jabberwocky
Man of Marble
New York, New York
Pumping Iron
Rolling Thunder
Saturday Night Fever
The Serpent's Egg
Smokey and the Bandit
The Spy Who Loved Me
Star Wars
Stroszek
That Obscure Object of Desire
The Turning Point
The White Buffalo

And I skipped a few less notable.

tl;dr: suck my dick OP

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:27:34 No.58849241
That'd be 1984
>Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
>The Terminator
>Police Academy
>Karate Kid
>Gremlins
>Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
>Beverly Hills Cop
>Ghosbusters

Your point?

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:29:24 No.58849271
>>58846239
Instead of what you're suggesting, we should look at past years and create two categories: highest grossing films and everything else. Then we should inspect the budgets for both groups and calculate the averages. Then we should compare the averages, and form a graph that presents the budget ratio fluctuation between then and now.

That information will be more useful than this survey thread.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:29:45 No.58849275
Well, 1989 was a shit year for movies.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:34:29 No.58849346
>>58846476
>The Exorcist
>The Sting
>shit

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:38:41 No.58849399
Are the 2010s shaping up to be the poorest decade of cinema to date?

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:40:56 No.58849449
>>58846239
88'

>Rain Man
>Who Framed Roger Rabbit
>Coming to America
>Twins
>Crocodile Dundee 2
>Die Hard
>The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!
>Oliver & Company
>Beetlejuice
>A Fish Called Wanda
>Scrooged
>Willow
>Rambo III
>A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master
>The Land Before Time
>Young Guns
>The Dead Pool
>Red Heat
>Mississippi Burning
>Child's Play

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:43:15 No.58849493
>>58849399

>Guardians of the Galaxy
>New Star Wars trilogy
>Django unchained
>The Avengers
>Jurassic World

try again

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:48:17 No.58849578
>>58846239
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1989_in_film

>Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
>Batman
>Back to the Future 2
>Bill & Teds Excellent Adventure
>The Little Mermaid
>The Punisher
>UHF

Not a terrible year until you see

>Star Trek V : The Final Frontier

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:48:47 No.58849584
>>58849399

oh absolutely, this decade will be remembered as the time moviegoers took people dressed in fucking superhero clothing seriously

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:54:31 No.58849683
>>58849399
I'd say the 2000s were pretty bad.

Then again, the 2000s had LOTR so maybe not. The 2010s have Dredd though, so it isn't all bad

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 09:55:04 No.58849696
>>58847375
You forgot:
Basket Case
XTRO

Year 1982 was full of fucking good titles holy shit.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 10:27:06 No.58850280
>>58847537
>>58849241
1984 here

>1984
>After the Rehearsal
>Amadeus
>Bachelor Party
>Birdy
>Carmen
>Dune
>The Flamingo Kid
>The Hit
>Love Streams
>The Never Ending Story
>A Nightmare on Elm Street
>Nothing Lasts Forever
>Once Upon a Time in America
>Paris, Texas
>A Passage to India
>Purple Rain
>Red Dawn
>Repo Man
>The Return of Godzilla
>Revenge of the Nerds
>Romancing the Stone
>Splash
>Stop Making Sense
>Stranger Than Paradise
>This Is Spinal Tap
>Tightrope
>What Have I Done to Deserve This?

GOAT 80's year.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 10:42:19 No.58850527
>>58846343
just looked through 1987 and counted like 16 movies that are genuinely memorable. How many movies from 2015 do you think people will be fondly remembering in 25 years time?

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 10:45:40 No.58850602
>>58846889
it's fucking ten more than we have so far this year

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 10:48:47 No.58850670
>>58847146
literally reddit: the movie

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 10:49:39 No.58850690
>>58846476
shit as in shit taste

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 10:50:39 No.58850713
>>58850527
MadMax
FF 7
Jurassic World
Terminator Genisys
Star Wars 7
Pitch Perfect 2 (girl movie so maybe not)
Hunger Games
Kingsmen
Avengers AoU

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 10:51:03 No.58850722
>1981

Raiders of the Lost Ark
Arthur
Stripes
Buddy Buddy
For Your Eyes Only
On Golden Pond
Superman II
Death Hunt
The Evil Dead
History of the World, Part I
The Postman Always Rings Twice
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior
Outland
Escape from New York

And that's just the good shit I've actually seen, there's plenty of stuff left from this year that I've been meaning to watch some day, like Mephisto.

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Anonymous 2015-07-16 10:57:09 No.58850825
>>58846501
Are you an actual idiot? Seriously, are you officially mentally challenged?

All released movies are on a scale of which the edges are good and bad.
No matter who you are, every movie you have seen you will put on a certain spot on this scale. The movie you thought was worst will be right at the edge, where "bad" is and the movie you thought was best will be on the edge, where "good" is.

The scale of goodness and badness is constructed in your mind out of all the movies you have seen.
This scale does not exist in your mind prior to watching movies.
The goodness and badness of a movie in your opinion is relative to the rest of the films you have seen up to that point.







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