The Shoutbox
#10. The Godfather (1972) 1,926,394
#23. Star Wars (1977) 1,402,116
#31. The Empire Strikes Back (1980) 1,329,866
#32. The Godfather 2 (1974) 1,310,499
#34. Back to the Future (1985) 1,249,490
#52. Return of the Jedi (1983) 1,084,316
#57. The Shining (1980) 1,057,236
#61. One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest (1975) 1,034,745
#69. Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) 1,003,377
As of right now there's a grand total of 69 movies with more than 1,000,000 votes on IMDb. 35 of them were made since the year 2000. 25 of them were made in the 1990s. And the oldest movie with 1,000,000 votes is The Godfather (made in 1972). That leaves only 9 movies made before 1990.
dont cross the picket line

Originally Posted by Torgo
Originally Posted by Sedai
Huge Bradbury fan!
Same here. Is the A Sound of Thunder movie from 2005 really that bad? If it is, at least we have the wonderful Simpsons parody.
You'll need to get past a distracting number of scenes where it's painfully obvious that the actors are walking on a treadmill in front of a green screen.

That's just for starters.
Originally Posted by Mr Minio
TIME IS SUBJECTIVE. MY 1 HOUR IS YOUR 1 YEAR! STOP QUESTIONING MY TIME PERCEPTION!!!
Ever been trippin and looked at the time? I can 100% confirm this.
Originally Posted by Act III
"I watched 1000 movies in 1 hour and can recall every frame from all of them." - quote from someone in the year 2200
TIME IS SUBJECTIVE. MY 1 HOUR IS YOUR 1 YEAR! STOP QUESTIONING MY TIME PERCEPTION!!!
After winning the Powerball tonight, I will be in contact with the administration and regulars about planning and subsidizing MoFoCo(n).

In light of the imminent change in solvency, I will pursue a 3rd rate energy drink sponsor for the event.
The day soon when people click thru the license agreement on a Neuralink app.
"I watched 1000 movies in 1 hour and can recall every frame from all of them." - quote from someone in the year 2200
It is, but I found myself searching it out and watching it anyway. Perhaps still more entertaining than the 70s TV mini The Martian Chronicles (cool opening sequence aside), if just because it is fairly brief in its runtime.
Originally Posted by Sedai
Huge Bradbury fan!
Same here. Is the A Sound of Thunder movie from 2005 really that bad? If it is, at least we have the wonderful Simpsons parody.