The Shoutbox
Is it me or have the Asian spammers been especially relentless today?
What a shame.
Originally Posted by John McClane
When I saw The Spectacular Now I honestly felt no remorse in rebuilding my list. And Im sure few might not give it that honor but it was one of those “right story at the right time” sorta things.
Oh, necessarily.

Originally Posted by John McClane
I should review something because I just looked and its been 7 years.
I would suggest a Spectacular Now review, then.
Originally Posted by mattiasflgrtll6
Originally Posted by Iroquois
Must be nice.
It's not.
Yeah, well, technically I let my to-review pile grow into the hundreds but eh, this isn't a pissing contest.
As long as it means I also get away with posting multiple consecutive shouts, that should be fine.
Must be nice.
Originally Posted by mattiasflgrtll6
Originally Posted by Iroquois
Originally Posted by mattiasflgrtll6
For me even making a top 10 list is difficult. I just know that at any given moment a new instant favorite could come along and make me have to remove a fantastic movie or relegate it to honorable mentions.
How often does that actually happen, though?
At least twice probably, but I've been too lazy to change my list.
I suppose that's fair. I'm trying to think of the last time I saw a film that might have deserved such an honour - It's Such A Beautiful Day probably comes the closest.
Originally Posted by MovieFan1988
Btw for those that made top movies lists on the movie reviews section, they were good lists and each one were different and not like some sites that almost have the same movie lineup
I like the ones that get left unfinished, whether it's because the user got banned (Sci-Fi Slob) or the user left some slots blank and said they'd fill them in later only to never actually do that (Pyro Tramp).
Originally Posted by MovieFan1988
I'm right there with you on that one also, especially when you see alot of great movies, I guess you just go with your gut and see what you liked best. Reading up the movie plots might help also.

For example, say 9 and 10 you have Scarface and Terminator

You perfer, Violent Crime and Drugs
or The ass kicking robot movie

U pick then you move on up as u go. If you get stuck might as well watch both of them again to see who wins
I'm interested as to why you think reading about different movie plots might help with ordering them on a list - to me, that only provides part of the experience of actually watching the film and might not actually be the best means of judging a movie.
Originally Posted by MovieFan1988
[Speaken of bringing a movie to honorable mentions, it can be a pain in the rare when you watched a new movie and u really loved it and you already got your list all settled.
A possible solution would be the addition of a profile top 100 that's basically a longer version of the current profile top 10 this site has, but that might detract from the top 100 threads being such events.