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I choose...

Dunkirk 3 3.53%
 
Inception 14 16.47%
 
Interstellar 22 25.88%
 
Memento 6 7.06%
 
Batman Begins 3 3.53%
 
The Dark Knight 29 34.12%
 
The Dark Knight Rises 0 0%
 
The Prestige 8 9.41%
 
Insomnia 0 0%
 
Following 0 0%
 
Total:85
curl-6 said:
S.Peelman said:
Haven’t seen Dunkirk, Insomnia and Following of those. Most are quite good.

I think I liked Interstellar, The Dark Knight, Memento and The Prestige best. I didn’t care for Inception, though it was extremely gimmicky. The Dark Knight is one of the best comic book films out there, along with Logan. Interstellar was epic, unexpected and beautifully made.

I vote Interstellar.

Unless you have an outright dislike for war movies, I highly recommend Dunkirk.

Yeah I know, and I actually like war movies. I want to watch Dunkirk at some point. Same with 1917.



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S.Peelman said:
curl-6 said:

Unless you have an outright dislike for war movies, I highly recommend Dunkirk.

Yeah I know, and I actually like war movies. I want to watch Dunkirk at some point. Same with 1917.

I really loved both of those; I'd give the edge to Dunkirk but both are amazing. :)



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curl-6 said:
S.Peelman said:

Yeah I know, and I actually like war movies. I want to watch Dunkirk at some point. Same with 1917.

I really loved both of those; I'd give the edge to Dunkirk but both are amazing. :)

I just really need to find the time lol.



Shaunodon said:
d21lewis said:
Everyone isn't voting for The Prestige? Is it because you haven't seen The Prestige? I mean I wanted to vote for Memento but The Prestige is The Prestige so I voted for The Prestige.

Well I was supposed to vote for The Prestige but apparently I didn't. I'll have to talk to myself about that.

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It's close between Inception and the Dark Knight, but the Dark Knight just barely edges it out. Never seen Interstellar. Guess I'll have to check that one out.



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The Dark Knight. It's his only masterpiece and rises above his other films and the film heap in general.



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Fell asleep rather quickly both attempts at watching inception. Nothing against the movie, I just need to try watching it during the day long before bed.

I'll vote for Dunkirk. That movie does an excellent job at making feel uncomfortable, anxious, tense, excited, relieved, and cheerful. Just an all around amazing thriller.

EDIT: I also haven't seen Following, Insomnia, and The Prestige.



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Watched all of those except Following, and for me Inception is the best. Really great science fiction story with superb visuals, an incredible score, and strong performances. It's only let down by a few too many action sequences where the bad guys have cliched Star Wars-esque atrocious aim.



Dgc1808 said:

Fell asleep rather quickly both attempts at watching inception. Nothing against the movie, I just need to try watching it during the day long before bed.

I'll vote for Dunkirk. That movie does an excellent job at making feel uncomfortable, anxious, tense, excited, relieved, and cheerful. Just an all around amazing thriller.

EDIT: I also haven't seen Following, Insomnia, and The Prestige.

I've heard Inception described as a dumb person's smart film, so why I didn't enjoy it, I don't know =P
I think mostly everyone else sees it as A Nightmare on Elmstreet + more action - Freddy/horror - I'm personally more of a dark comedy/horror fan, so Nightmare on Elmstreet appealed to me more (mostly dumb films for dumb people)

In my opinion, it's not a bad film, but it has horribly pretentious fans - kind of like Fight Club and Matrix: but they'll be the first people to tell you "No-no! It's not us, but Wes Anderson fans who are pretentious!" =P



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One of the most amazing heart-pounding works of cinematography since Children of Men.



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