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post #2761 of 5657 (permalink) Old 02-09-2013, 04:33 AM
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John Carpenter's The Thing better be No. 1, asdf!!!

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I don't let critics decide for me what movies I should watch. I can think for myself, and usually the critics are wrong anyways.

On that note, Gangster Squad was okay but not as good as I thought. Just seemed a bit forced sometimes.

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John Carpenter's The Thing better be No. 1, asdf!!!

Or... I'll move on with my life.
From my previous sawing i had Vampires and Assault on precinct 13 above The Thing

But i will rank the movies again based on the rewatching so, who knews....




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Re: General Movie Discussion Part II

I'll be interested to see how you do rank the others. Sadly I haven't watched that many of his movies, only a select few, but The Thing is my favourite from him. As you may have guessed...



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Just watched the Director's Cut of Daredevil. Was surprised on how much i enjoyed it, truly a case of studio meddling messing a potentially good film

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I watched Monsters Inc today. It's absolutely glorious. Don't remember it being that good. Easily top 5 Pixar films. For me, Pixar have 5 near masterpieces under their belt which is pretty incredible.
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maybe it's because I'm from Philly so I'm a little Bias, but Silver Linings Playbook was amazing.

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maybe it's because I'm from Philly so I'm a little Bias, but Silver Linings Playbook was amazing.
I'm still yet to see that but it looks very good.

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I watched Monsters Inc today. It's absolutely glorious. Don't remember it being that good. Easily top 5 Pixar films. For me, Pixar have 5 near masterpieces under their belt which is pretty incredible.
Yes! I love that film. How would you rank Pixar's films? I'd probably have something like this:

Toy Story 2
Monsters Inc.
Toy Story
The Incredibles
Finding Nemo
Wall-E
Up
Toy Story 3
Ratatouille
A Bug's Life
Cars

I haven't seen Cars 2 or Brave so they aren't included.

This is only off the top of my head without re-watching anything, but even so that's a hard list to make. Toy Story 3 and Ratatouille are great films and yet I've got them pretty low because of the quality of others. I might re-order it later if I have a change of heart.
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The Pixars are brilliant, nothing more to say here. Just seen Stolen with N.Cage. Good movie, with very good action

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I'm still yet to see that but it looks very good.



Yes! I love that film. How would you rank Pixar's films? I'd probably have something like this:

Toy Story 2
Monsters Inc.
Toy Story
The Incredibles
Finding Nemo
Wall-E
Up
Toy Story 3
Ratatouille
A Bug's Life
Cars

I haven't seen Cars 2 or Brave so they aren't included.

This is only off the top of my head without re-watching anything, but even so that's a hard list to make. Toy Story 3 and Ratatouille are great films and yet I've got them pretty low because of the quality of others. I might re-order it later if I have a change of heart.
Generally the Toy Story series is the best things they've done for me, a very illustrious record though.
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