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

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Worse films have become classics.£

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We need to talk about Kingdom of Heaven: Director's Cut instead.

A film actually deserving of being weighed against other classics.

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Like most Del Toro, Shape of Water is beautifully done middlebrow. Doubt anyone is going to be talking about it next year let alone in twenty.


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With a 13% success rate, The Shape of Water is not a future classic.

Next up: Is Birdman a future classic?

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Penguin022 wrote:
August 17th, 2018, 4:00 pm
With a 13% success rate, The Shape of Water is not a future classic.

Next up: Is Birdman a future classic?
I've already started to hate this new game of yours.

Next up: Is Gravity a future classic?

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Penguin022 wrote:
August 17th, 2018, 4:00 pm
With a 13% success rate, The Shape of Water is not a future classic.

Next up: Is Birdman a future classic?
lmao

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Del Toro has exactly one movie that should be considered a classic, that's about it for him.
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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. 🕷

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