Film day: what's the most successful, critically acclaimed film that NO-ONE on here likes


#1

Pretty sure a few of the boards brexit voters had positive things to say about la la land. Crash has only got a 75% RT rating so doesn’t count.


#2

wasn’t film day yesterday


#3

was tree of life acclaimed?


#4

I was flying about mate, this can be a post film day film thread, or an extension of film day idk


#5

I like Tree of Life.


#6

This is now a poll thread. Theo please update the title accordingly. Polls to be given as ‘film name: rotten tomatoes score’ followed by good and bad options


#7

Malick’s best


#8

Garden State: 86%

  • The shins
  • The shits

0 voters


#9

Tree of Life
(84% on RT)

  • good film
  • shit film (dinosaurs)

0 voters


#10

hahahahahahahahaahahahahahaahhs;d\cbvjb.kl/ v.


#11

The King’s Speech 95%

  • I’m a tory
  • It’s shit
  • Like fuck am I ever watching that

0 voters


#12

Chicago (2002) (86%)

  • Best picture
  • Worst picture

0 voters


#13

I’d say Amelie or The Intouchables (can see DiSers being sniffy about that)


#14

500 days of summer: 86%

  • 2 attractive leads = good film
  • 2 attractive leads =/= good film

0 voters


#15

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (don’t worry about the RT rating, it’s literally a best picture nominee)

  • Nobody has ever seen this film
  • Literally nobody

0 voters


#16

Fight Club (79%)

  • MRA
  • SJW

0 voters


#17

Titanic: 88 (!)%

  • Titanic
  • Shitanic

0 voters


#18

Starring that man from Gogol Bordello! The book’s pretty good.


#19

The dark knight rises: 88%

  • Good film
  • I have some level of appreciation for cinema as an artform

0 voters


Great DiS levellers of our time (rolling)
#20

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2: 96%

  • Shit shit
  • Shit compared to the books
  • Good shit

0 voters