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All films (besides the top 3 (maybe 5)) are interchangeable (at least the top 60 or so). I attempted to order them as closely and accurately as possible to my true ranking. (ignore most notes below the films, things change).
1. Andrei Tarkovsky 2. David Lynch 3. Yasujiro Ozu 4. Stanley Kubrick 5. Federico Fellini 6. Billy Wilder 7. Ingmar Bergman 8. Kenji Mizoguchi 9. Akira Kurosawa 10. Alfred Hitchcock
Oops I stumbled into the wrong theatre.
Nevermind, it seems as though a blank screen or a film fully produced by orangutans would be less pulpy and slock-filled than this sorry excuse for a motion picture. Never before have I craved to see the cinematic masterpiece that is the Bye Bye Man. Here's a spoiler for you... no one's ever really gone, so bring Rian Johnson back or the aforementioned orangutans.
Troll 2 (1990)
The popcorn scene
But seriously this movie lacks all subtext in its writing, and can only be truly enjoyed in an ironic/comedic sense.
Doom Patrol (2019)
Excellent adaptation, good DC
The doom patrol is my favourite superhero team in comics (especially Grant Moreison's version), so when I got word of this show, I was excited, but skeptical. After watching this, I can say that I mostly approve. The show runners did a great job of directly adapting a lot of Morrison's stories in new and unique ways; most of the acting was solid, with a few surprisingly stunning performances (Diane Guerrero). I was so happy they embraced the weird and brought in classic comic oddities: the beard hunter, animal vegetable mineral man, mr nobody (lacking the Dada), the cult of the unwritten book, Danny the street, and of course the men from NOWHERE (now not as interesting as in the comics though, and called "the bureau of normalcy"). Overall a fun and enjoyable show that is fairly faithful to its origins, would highly recommend.
Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)
A haunting psychological experience
This 70s Australian classic concerts audience with bizarre imagery and chilling detached music. The film is a perfect example of psychological manipulation. The audience is pulled into the mystery and has never given a direct answer, in that way, the magic of the film never really ends
Garth Marenghi's Darkplace (2004)
The perfect parody
Most parodies are content my simply adding a laugh track to a preestablished dramatic program, whereas Darkplace manages to parody the very show with the overlying interviews. The show works as both a comedy and what it is parodying. Perfect!
Avengers: Infinity War (2018)
What a drab
After ten years you would have thought Marvel would have figured out how to craft this climax, but this easily one of the worst Marvel films I have ever seen. Plus knowing everything will be undone in the next one is just the final nail in the coffin.
The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
Great film, a bit over rated
I love this film but it has simply been blown out of proportions.
Trudno byt bogom (2013)
Interesting idea, good shots, strange directing.
I did enjoy this films and can easily see all of the great shots, but I found the directing of actors to be jarring and distracting. Always moving in front of and looking at the camera, personally I found it distracting and it really retracted from the film for me.