Judging peoples taste through the medium of polls: Movies edition


#1

Tarantino:

  • Generally very good
  • Generally a bit shit

0 voters


#2

Wes Anderson

  • Quirky and fun
  • Tryhard one-note shite

0 voters


#3

Ooft, gone with q&f but he’s been extremely TONS with recent efforts IMO


#4
  • Wayne’s World
  • Bill and Ted
  • This is a false dichotomy

0 voters


#5

no foot-dipping in this thread mate, straight for the big guns


#6

I was hoping to do some work today instead I will be voting in this thread


#7

^early Mike Myers arthouse film


#8

American Honey

  • Extremely boring
  • I’m afraid I have to agree with film critics 100% of the time regardless of whether I actually enjoy watching a thing or not

0 voters


#9

Oh come on.


#10

The tree of life

  • :+1:
  • :-1:
  • I enjoyed it in a way I might enjoy a good quality screensaver

0 voters


#11

M. Night Shyamalan

  • Bad
  • HUGE TWIST He’s actually good

0 voters


#12

The Master

  • Work of genius
  • I thought it was dull because I don’t enjoy cinema as an artform and I all of my opinions should be disregarded

0 voters


#13

:smiley: This is extremely transparent trolling and I apologise to the good people of the DiS Film Discussion threads.


#14

What’s Yr Take On Cassavetes?

  • misogynist
  • genius

0 voters


#15

La La Land

  • OSCAR OSCAR OSCAR! My favourite film since ‘Crash’
  • Pretty but completely empty and unsatisfying

0 voters


#16

Genuinely interested to see the results of this one.

Polanski:

  • Unforgivable; his films are tainted by association
  • I mean, his films weren’t even that good to begin with
  • It’s complicated
  • You must separate the art from the artist

0 voters


#17
  • Alcoholic
  • Messiah

0 voters


#18
  • Paul Blart: Mall Cop
  • Grown Ups 2

0 voters


#19

Excluding punch drunk love Adam Sandler

  • Has made some good films
  • Has not made some good films

0 voters


#20

By, “it’s complicated” I basically mean, “god I love Chinatown please don’t make me give up Chinatown.”