NF's Future Classics Thread (The Shape of Water)

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Each week I will post a film that is brought up as a future classic. A poll will be up with the options, "Yes, it is a future classic" and "No, it is not a future classic". If at least 66% of voters say yes, it will be certified a future classic film. I will be keeping track of all of the films in the first post. Feel free to discuss the films and suggest future films for the poll, or suggest other ideas for the topic. Feel free to suggest this is a stupid idea as well. :)

Future Classic Classification: 2000 onwards.


  • The Shape of Water - 13% yes.
  • Birdman - 55% yes.
I've never used a poll before, so let me know if you'd rather vote for each film via replies in the topic.
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First film: The Shawshank Redemption.

shawshank is the ferris bueller of movies

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that rain scene is goat.

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It's a classic, but I'm not the biggest fan.

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its a flawless film imo

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I have not seen this 😓#shame

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Nomis wrote:
July 28th, 2018, 9:38 am
its a flawless film imo

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Of course it is

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it is

but i’m ngl i can’t help but roll my eyes when someone says it’s the best film of all time

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