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16 hours ago, The Panda said:

 

Edge of Tomorrow yes

 

Diary of a Wimpy Kid and Captain Underpants I wouldn’t count

All You Need Is Kill is a light novel (basically a novella with some illustrations) , not manga - the manga came after - released the same year as the movie

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_You_Need_Is_Kill

 

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All You Need Is Kill (Japanese: オール・ユー・ニード・イズ・キル Hepburn: Ōru Yū Nīdo Izu Kiru) is a Japanese science fiction light novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka with illustrations by Yoshitoshi ABe. The novel was Sakurazaka's breakthrough science fiction novel, earning wide praise from fellow novelists including Yasutaka Tsutsui and Chōhei Kanbayashi and was entered in contention for the Seiun Awards. The book was published in Japanese by Shueisha under their Super Dash Bunko imprint in December 2004, and was later released in English by Viz Media under their Haikasoru imprint. All You Need Is Kill follows a soldier named Keiji Kiriya, who, after dying in a battle with extraterrestrials, is caught in a time loop that makes him live the same day repeatedly, allowing Kiriya to improve his fighting skills.

 

A manga adaptation, written by Ryōsuke Takeuchi and illustrated by Takeshi Obata, was serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Young Jump magazine between January and May 2014 and was also published by Viz Media in its Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. In November 2014, the Viz translation was released in a collected edition that included the entire series. A graphic novel adaptation was released in North America in May 2014. A film adaptation from director Doug Liman starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, titled Edge of Tomorrow, was released on May 30, 2014. The English-language film tie-in edition of the novel also uses this title.

 

 

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10 hours ago, cannastop said:

I think people should clarify if they're voting for the 1995 animated movie Ghost in the Shell, or the live-action remake.

I know people laugh reacted to this, but it’s a good point.

 

I get lists all of the time that include films you might be surprised by.  Clarifying which version of a movie you mean by giving the year (even if it seems silly) helps me out a lot.

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1. Spider-Man

2. Spider-Man 2

3. Spider-Man 3

4. The mask of Zorro

5. Captain America the winter soldier

6. The Avengers

7. Guardian of the galaxy

8. Kingsman the secret service

9. Avengers Infinity war

10. Man in Black

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I don't really have a top 30, only a few rise above mediocre for me.

 

My top 5 would probably be.....

 

1- Wonder Woman

2- The Dark Night.

3- Iron Man

4- Spider Man

5- Spider Man 2

6- Deadpool.

 

Updated, added Deadpool.

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On 7/26/2019 at 6:36 AM, SchumacherFTW said:

Should we just ordain The Dark Knight and be done with it? 

8 first place votes for The Dark Knight so far from reading this thread. #1 spot locked?

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3 hours ago, EarlyDeadlinePredictions said:

8 first place votes for The Dark Knight so far from reading this thread. #1 spot locked?

Of course it's locked. It was locked from the moment this thread was created. Have you seen the size of the Nolanboner this forum has? They may not be as attention-seeking as the Cameron fans, but what they lack in volume, they make up for in voting overhyped Nolan and Nolan-adjacent movies to the Number 1 spot in Best of Year lists.

 

I mean, Jesus, The Dark Knight Rises won our 2012 list... twice!

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2 hours ago, rukaio101 said:

 

 

I mean, Jesus, The Dark Knight Rises won our 2012 list... twice!

 

hey, I can't help that my role as an extra helped the movie so much.  It was just inevitable  :P

 

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1   Avengers: Infinity War
2   Captain America: Civil War
3   Avengers: Endgame
4   Guardians of the Galaxy
5   The Avengers
6   Captain America: The Winter Soldier
7   The Dark Knight
8   Thor: Ragnarok
9   Oldboy (2003)
10   V for Vendetta
11   Black Panther
12   Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2
13   Iron Man
14   Batman Begins
15   Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse
16   Deadpool
17   Logan
18   Edge of Tomorrow
19   Akira
20   Kingsman: The Secret Service
21   Watchmen
22   X-Men: Days of Future Past
23   Ant-Man
24   Spider-Man: Homecoming
25   Kick-Ass
26   Snowpiercer
27   Doctor Strange
28   Ghost in the Shell (1995)
29   Sin City
30   Thor
31   Thor: The Dark World (In case Edge of Tomorrow is not eligible)
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36 minutes ago, ThiagoMaia said:

19   Akira

Hell yeah.

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  1. Avengers: Infinity War
  2. Avengers: Endgame
  3. The Dark Knight
  4. The Avengers
  5. Logan
  6. Captain America: Civil War
  7. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
  8. X-Men: Days of Future Past
  9. Iron Man
  10. Thor Ragnarok
  11. Man of Steel
  12. Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse
  13. Spider-Man 2
  14. Guardians of the Galaxy
  15. Batman Begins
  16. Edge of Tomorrow
  17. Wonder Woman
  18. Spider-Man Homecoming
  19. Snowpiercer
  20. The Dark Knight Rises
  21. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
  22. Captain America: The First Avenger
  23. Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
  24. Kingsman: The Secret Service
  25. Deadpool
  26. X-Men: First Class
  27. V for Vendetta
  28. Black Panther
  29. Thor
  30. Kick-Ass
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Hopefully oldboy puts up a fight,  but as 11 comic book films a year keep getting released,  the fight is infinitely harder than with previous lists. 

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3 minutes ago, ZeeSoh said:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_films_based_on_English-language_comics

 

This link includes all the movies based on comic books, worth a check to see if you missed any. I added a few movies to my list that I didnt know were based on comic books. 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_films_based_on_comics

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_films_based_on_French-language_comics

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_films_based_on_manga

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On 7/27/2019 at 4:25 AM, terrestrial said:

 

23 minutes ago, ZeeSoh said:

- snip -

see above 😉

19 minutes ago, cannastop said:

- snip -

see above 😉

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18 hours ago, rukaio101 said:

Of course it's locked. It was locked from the moment this thread was created. Have you seen the size of the Nolanboner this forum has? They may not be as attention-seeking as the Cameron fans, but what they lack in volume, they make up for in voting overhyped Nolan and Nolan-adjacent movies to the Number 1 spot in Best of Year lists.

 

I mean, Jesus, The Dark Knight Rises won our 2012 list... twice!

 

I'm not a Nolan loonie by any stretch and The dark Knight is easily the best comic book movie of all time in my opinion. There are other really really really good ones but for me The dark Knight is just a step above.

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I would have put the Donner Superman movies in my list but having watched them recently on TV, they really haven't stood the test of time.

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Ah shit I keep forgetting to do this. someone tag me if I still haven't done it like right before the deadline. (1/3 of it might be manga adaptations lol)

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20 minutes ago, Mekanos said:

Ah shit I keep forgetting to do this. someone tag me if I still haven't done it like right before the deadline. (1/3 of it might be manga adaptations lol)

cool beans. All the Ghibli/Miyazaki stuff based on Manga?

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On 7/25/2019 at 6:31 PM, cannastop said:

There is a semi-sequel, The Cat Returns.

Cat_Returns.jpg

 

The Cat Returns is also based on a manga by the same author. And it's a sequel to something based on a manga too.

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1 hour ago, cannastop said:

cool beans. All the Ghibli/Miyazaki stuff based on Manga?

I'm thinking more like Akira. Maybe Nausicaa as well. 

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