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The greatest movie of all time?
on Monday, December 31, 2012
The British magazine Sight & Sound released its 2012 Critics' Top Ten Poll, and
for the first time since 1962, Citizen Kane is not the greatest movie ever. Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo now tops the list, but does it deserve that honor? And while we're at it, did Citizen Kane deserve that honor in the first place? And is it really possible to call any movie the greatest movie of all time?
Game of Thrones “Oathkeeper”
“If you film a duck and say it’s not a duck, it’s still a fucking duck. No thinking person in their right mind could look at this scene and call it ‘consensual’.”What We Can Learn from The World’s End (2013)
“Suddenly, as the entire world starts imploding around them, Gary and his friends are confronted with the horrific realization of what they’ve done. They’ve saved the world from invaders, but at the cost of our way of life.”Lucy (2014): Scarlett Johansson becomes God
“Only once is the idea even brought up that maybe the world ‘isn’t ready for this’, which is immediately shot down with a line that made me want to stand up and cheer: ‘Knowledge doesn’t cause chaos; ignorance does.’”Krrish 3 (2013)
“And a Silver Age Superman story this is, right down to the core. At less than a quarter of the budget, Krrish 3 satisfies in ways Man of Steel utterly failed to do.”Pacific Rim 2: 10 Things We Want to See
“Guillermo del Toro certainly seems optimistic about a sequel, having already dropped hints on several plot details he has in mind. And being a massive nerd, I have a few of my own. So in no particular order, here are ten things I’d like to see happen in Pacific Rim 2.”Pacific Rim (2013)
“I’ve been looking forward to Pacific Rim ever since it was first announced. An American take on Japanese kaiju movies and mecha sci-fi directed by monster lover Guillermo del Toro? I was sold three times over before a single piece of advertising was released.”
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