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  • matrim83 23 Oct 2007 11:26:32 5,587 posts
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    Planet Terror. 9/0

    Everything that Tarantino got wrong in making Deathproof, Rodriguez got right. I love Tarantino but if I only had Grindhouse to compare ..... Rodriguez >>>>>> Tarantino.

    Valar morghulis.

  • Madder-Max 23 Oct 2007 13:02:57 11,656 posts
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    Fantastic 4 - Rise of the silver surfer. 8.5/10

    Wasn'tsure if this was a film about old people on the internet being helped by the fab 4...........tumbleweed......@...........@...............@






    but reallygood film, well written good characterisation. If they made a proper online combat game based on the characters and powers this would rock. i am on about SERIOUS online game such as Lost Planet or Team Fortress 2.

    99 problems and being ginger is one

  • GrandTheftApu 23 Oct 2007 13:50:38 6,119 posts
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    Last King of Scotland 8/10
  • AmericanTransvestite 23 Oct 2007 21:44:04 189 posts
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    Bloodkult wrote:
    Soylent Green - 9.5/10 easy.

    First time I've ever seen this, it was really excellent even though everyone knows the twist.

    Doesn't actually seem that old when you're watching it. The global warming stuff is well ahead of its time.

    I hated the movie when I watched it, actually. Don't know why it's remained so popular.
  • ProfessorLesser 23 Oct 2007 21:48:29 19,357 posts
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    The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou - 7/10

    One of those films that tries to substitute actually being good and having a point for just being weird and zany. There's a little too much of this, but fortunately it's also quite good, and not entirely without point. Cate Blanchett is awesome in it. Jeff Goldblum isn't in it enough.
  • mrharvest 23 Oct 2007 21:51:55 5,198 posts
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    Milky Way
    People in silhouette. Less than 15 cuts in an 82 minute film. Static camera. No dialogue. No one in the audience left before it ended(!).
    91.9% / 99.9%

    No Mercy for the Rude
    Story of a mute contract killer. Very Korean: funny and violent.
    58% / 99.9%
  • ProfessorLesser 23 Oct 2007 21:58:35 19,357 posts
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    Trying to make a point, Mr. Harvest? ;-)
  • mrharvest 23 Oct 2007 22:03:45 5,198 posts
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    ProfessorLesser wrote:
    Trying to make a point, Mr. Harvest? ;-)
    If you mean Milky Way, I just found it really strange that all the people in the audience could sit through the film. Last year I saw a Malaysian film which wasn't even quite as slow paced, and a third of the audience had enough after the first 45 minutes.
  • ProfessorLesser 23 Oct 2007 22:11:27 19,357 posts
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    Actually I just meant the way you've given your scores out of 99.9%!
  • mrharvest 23 Oct 2007 22:18:47 5,198 posts
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    Nothing deserves 100%. :)

    Nothing deserves my imaginary 99.9% either. I think I probably see 50-100 films a year on average and I've seen less than 10 films I'd give more than 9/10. Making very good films is very, very difficult. There's too many people involved in a film and each of them needs to be highly skilled and visionary people to not botch it. And if you get past that, it's the unholy matrimony with money that taints most projects. Imo.
  • ProfessorLesser 23 Oct 2007 22:24:43 19,357 posts
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    So, your 10/10s would go to...?

    And forget this percentages rubbish - you're right, of course nothing gets 100%.
  • mrharvest 23 Oct 2007 22:41:06 5,198 posts
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    ProfessorLesser wrote:
    So, your 10/10s would go to...?
    That's a bloody good question. Among them are:
    Stalker
    3-Iron
    Swallowtail & Butterfly
    I Don't Want to Sleep Alone

    ... And out of those Swallowtail and 3-Iron both were imperfect but maybe 'close enough'. Stalker is in only because the beginning is so strong. I Don't Want to Sleep Alone is the film that had third of the audience leave halfway through so maybe it really is rubbish? It also has been the only London Film Festival film I've seen people give an ovation at the end.
  • craigy Staff 23 Oct 2007 22:42:53 7,692 posts
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    Hostel 2: 66.6%
  • L0cky 23 Oct 2007 23:18:56 1,532 posts
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    I think Hostel 2 is generally underrated.


    The main problem is the end, which spoils an otherwise solid movie.
  • marilena 23 Oct 2007 23:21:19 8,203 posts
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    ProfessorLesser wrote:
    So, your 10/10s would go to...?

    And forget this percentages rubbish - you're right, of course nothing gets 100%.

    You people need a few courses in logic. I don't think it works quite as you expect it.

    I could maybe make an actual argument, but I'm sleepy, so you'll have to make do with that.
  • Trowel 23 Oct 2007 23:49:43 17,797 posts
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    There have been plenty of films given 10/10 on here (well, not on this thread *grumble*...), however if we apply Mr Harvest's logic, and you were to mark films relatively to that one truly great film what is your 99.99% film?

    For me it's Rear Window: the first time I ever watched it was at midnight on a sultry summer night; a perfect mirror of the moment it captured me.
  • Deleted user 23 October 2007 23:54:33
    As far as 'perfect' films go; probably The Good The Bad and The Ugly.

    Though for personal effect I'd probably go for Fight Club.
  • terminalterror 24 Oct 2007 00:20:41 18,937 posts
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    Naked Gun 8/10 - Still hilarious, although not full of quite as many awesome throwaway lines useable in everyday life as Airplane.


    I was also appaled that when mentioning having watched Naked Gun to a group of friends last night, only one had heard of it (or Airplane), and he was about 10 years older than the rest.

    I do consider myself to have a greater knowledge of film than the average person, but I don't consider myself an expert and Naked Gun is by no means some random obscure cult film I'd bring up in conversation for kudos points (which is what they seemed to think I was doing).
  • ProfessorLesser 24 Oct 2007 00:30:15 19,357 posts
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    marilena wrote:
    ProfessorLesser wrote:
    So, your 10/10s would go to...?

    And forget this percentages rubbish - you're right, of course nothing gets 100%.
    You people need a few courses in logic. I don't think it works quite as you expect it.
    I know how 'it works', I just think a decimal scale is more appropriate than a percentile scale when there's so much subjctivity around. The only non-interger that counts in scores out of 10 is 0.5, which means you can't decide betwen 2 scores, not that it is 0.1 points better than a 0.4 or 0.1 points worse than a 0.6.

    I thought most people knew from EG if nothing else that this is generally the most appreciated way of scoring things.
  • eleven63 24 Oct 2007 00:38:59 1,606 posts
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    Spiderman 3 - 80%, er liked it


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  • DodgyPast 24 Oct 2007 03:08:51 8,479 posts
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    disussedgenius wrote:
    As far as 'perfect' films go; probably The Good The Bad and The Ugly.
    nah Once upon a time in the west.
  • GuiltySpark 24 Oct 2007 03:12:39 6,401 posts
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    Brick.

    95%

    It's awesome. It's the third time I've watched it today; it only gets better.

    Get bent.

  • Lateralaus 24 Oct 2007 12:50:38 1,091 posts
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    GuiltySpark wrote:
    Brick.

    95%

    It's awesome. It's the third time I've watched it today; it only gets better.

    I love Brick, its great. I watched Alpha Dog last night and I thought it was shit to be honest. I'd give it 6/10 and thats being very generous.
  • delbert 24 Oct 2007 22:45:19 2,889 posts
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    Hostel 2 - Bit meh to be honest, didnt love it, didnt hate it. Thought it improved on the original in parts but then the novelty factor had warn off so I'm going to plump with 60%
  • ProfessorLesser 24 Oct 2007 23:33:08 19,357 posts
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    GuiltySpark wrote:
    Brick.

    25%

    It's awful. It's the third time I've watched it IN MY NIGHTMARES today; it only STOPS PUNCHING MY KIDNEYS WHEN I'VE DIED OF HAEMMORHAGE.
    :-)
  • GuiltySpark 24 Oct 2007 23:36:54 6,401 posts
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    Bastard : )

    Admittedly the only reason I watched it 3 times is because I'm doing an essay on Film Noir.

    But still, it really is a damn good film.

    And watched Se7en as well.

    95%!

    Get bent.

  • Murbal 25 Oct 2007 09:20:38 22,272 posts
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    Hot Fuzz!

    87%, funniest film I've seen in ages :D
  • pistol 25 Oct 2007 09:33:31 13,019 posts
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    Owen-B wrote:
    Ratatouille - 5 out of 10. Maybe - maybe - a 6. But mostly 5. Computer wizardry aside, it's just a distinctly average story. Not bad. Just... meh.

    And as for 'Disney's funniest film ever' or whatever they're saying, I have to say I've rarely laughed so little for something allegedly so pant-wettingly hilarious. It isn't. It just isn't. The occasional slapstick pratfall does not equate to humour, not compared to the quality of what's gone before at Pixar. Plus, what were they thinking making one of the major characters, who we spend most of the film with alongside the rat, a totally bland dweeb?

    Gone are the days of the quality of Monsters Inc. and Toy Story, it seems. :(

    I thought the same about Ratatouille. Entertaining enough but nothing special. Those comments about it being the funniest Disney film yet will only have come from Disney anyway.
  • terminalterror 25 Oct 2007 10:04:03 18,937 posts
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    Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear - 9/10

    I thought I had seen it long ago and forgotten most of it, but I didn't recognise any of it so I guess I never did.

    Fantastically funny, in so many ways. Easily one of the funniest films I've ever seen.

    Now I've just got to watch 33 1/3: The Final Insult :)



    The Naked Gun trilogy is in HMV's 3 for 20 sale btw (as in the 3 films count as one of the 3, so you also get to pick 2 other films for 20), which is why I'm watching them. Bargaintastic!
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