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  1. 6 hours ago, 4815162342 said:

    For about 2/3 of all lists submitted, this was firmly in the #1 spot, until the final gamut knocked it down to the fifth spot. The film that overtook it is the film that ultimately is out #1 for 2019.

    How is this possible if FOTR only got 3 #1 spots? So Titanic did get the most #1 spots or not? Also how did it get that low and have 2/3 of the top spots? I don't understand what this statement is actually saying... 

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  2. 12 minutes ago, Permanent Magnet said:


    Instead of taking the L with some respect you will Cry harder, no Wonder.

    Yes Disney is the only corporate that is here for only making money, while JC is making those Avatar sequels for scientific purposes and certainly not for money.

    And yes cry about sequels and remakes while at the same time you cheer for 4 sequels, the true meaning of hypocrisy really.

    Not true, I think that Cameron should be doing original movies too, I could not care less about the sequels as art, they're about making money. Nothing in what I just said was anything to do with the sequels that are coming! Stop projecting pls

  3. 1 minute ago, Nero said:

    Also you are mentioning the caste system but is there any country who doesnt know what Germany has done?

    The difference being we stopped committing horrendous crimes against our own population...


    4 minutes ago, Nero said:

    Fine then I won't leave but tell me the real reason. Why are you so hesitating? 5B or not? It's really interesting that you make such bold prediction but can't back it? 

    Bet against @JamesCameronScholar he'll actually take you up on it, although you'll have to do something less pathetic than 'don't come back here' XD 

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    1. Mad Max: Black & Chrome Edition
    2. Clerks
    3. Dr Strangelove
    4. Dead Man
    5. Sunset Boulevard
    6. Godzilla
    7. Rashomon
    8. City Lights
    9. Hard to be a God
    10. The Elephant Man
    11. It's A Wonderful Life
    12. 12 Angry Men
    13. La Strada
    14. The Seventh Seal
    15. Ivan's Childhood
    16. A Letter to Three Wives
    17. L'avventura
    18. Diabolique
    19. Seven Samurai
    20. To Kill a Mockingbird 
    21. Paths of Glory
    22. The Mark of Zorro
    23. Metropolis
    24. Double Indemnity
    25. Pi
    26. 8.5
    27. Manhattan
    28. Psycho
    29. Satantango
    30. Battleship Potemkin
    31. Notorious
    32. The General
    33. The Thin Man
    34. Safety Last
    35. All About Eve
    36. The Big Sleep
    37. Jezebel
    38. 400 Blows
    39. Ikiru
    40. A Street Car Named Desire
    41. Bicycle Thieves
    42. King Kong
    43. Down by Law
    44. Wild Strawberries
    45. Citizen Kane
    46. Tokyo Story
    47. The Apartment
    48. The Grapes of Wrath
    49. Casablanca
    50. The Wages of Fear
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  4. 2 hours ago, JamesCameronScholar said:

    Finally! Massive congratulations to Disney and Marvel for finally toppling Jim. No easy feat!


    This is a huge win for the movie industry in general. I was tiring of bespoke single vision movies and think that more interconncted universes and committee based film making are honestly better for those on the ground to have their voices heard.


    I'm just glad Disney did it fair and square in the end. Enjoy the victory MCU fans, it's tough at the top!

    Glad you remained civil in the face of them calling you shit like "Avatard" JCS. Eloquent as usual

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  5. On 7/18/2019 at 3:19 AM, 4815162342 said:

    #21 Avatar (2009)


    Composed by James Horner



    573 Points

    Top 5 Placements: 5


    2015 Placement: NOT RANKED


    2017 Placement: NOT RANKED



    And now we arrive at perhaps the biggest climb of all for this year's Top 100. The infusion of new participants helped drive up a number of James Horner works to new heights. Horner when hired by James Cameron promised to not work on any other project other than Avatar while production was underway, and worked with various persons, including an ethnomusicologist to craft a naturalistic musical culture and feel for the Na'vi. Horner himself described the film's score as being a fusion of two very different types of music, one for the Na'vi, and a more traditional orchestra for the humans. 




    The Top 20 is nigh, we'll visit that realm tomorrow.

    Avatar one of my all time faves, listen to it a lot in the background when I am in the garden or smth like that. 

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