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

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m4st4 wrote:
August 17th, 2018, 4:30 pm
Del Toro has exactly one movie that should be considered a classic, that's about it for him.
MyCocaine wrote:
August 3rd, 2018, 6:02 am
We need to talk about Kingdom of Heaven: Director's Cut instead.

A film actually deserving of being weighed against other classics.
True masterpiece. Gladiator modernized the sword and sandals and appealed to the masses (myself included), but KoH:DC elevated a solid historic epic into one for the ages. 🕷
back when i was uber depressed this scene helped ease my dread for a moment so it gets eternal props from me

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Seems like it's usually films that receive middling or little praise at release and then only like 20 years later do people really understand it's scope.

like, 2001

or Biodome

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Cilogy wrote:
September 15th, 2018, 11:46 pm
Seems like it's usually films that receive middling or little praise at release and then only like 20 years later do people really understand it's scope.

like, 2001

or Biodome
those are mostly exceptions that prove the rule. there's not many "for sure future classics" but Fury Road is certainly one of them.


-Vader

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