The Best Films I’ve Never Seen

Inspired by emmakwall (do check out her awesome content), here are some films I haven’t seen but every other film buff has!

My terrible reasoning is I’m “saving” them for when I especially feel the desire to watch a 10/10 film or I missed the “moment” to watch it.

NO SPOILERS PLEASE, THANK YOU

Superbad

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Top Weeknd Tracks

Here’s my favourite tracks by The Weeknd

He sings about very dark, unrelatable subjects but is consistent in style and quality – I’d love to see him do more collaborations.

For a similar style in music, check out dynmk.

Some Honourable Mentions:

Firstly, a new release that looks a lot like a PAYDAY vid, False Alarm (if it had been out a little longer it would crack my top 10)

A very standard style Weeknd song, Next

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Ranking the Marvel Cinematic Universe Entries – Sweet and Sour Superhero Movies

A ranking, one of my earliest posts, updated to include Civil War and added thoughts from re-watches:

Prime Six Blogs

The MCU is the highest grossing film franchise of all time internationally. Here’s my opinions and ranking of each film released to date, up to and including Civil War:

13) Thor: The Dark World (2013) 

A fun but totally forgettable film. Chris O’Dowd was the best part.

12) Thor (2011) 

Very CGI heavy but not in a revolting way. Getting the audience to root for an arrogant god is tricky therefore the film had conceptual flaws from the start. The execution however was decent and Chris Hemsworth was well cast.

11) The Incredible Hulk (2008) 

This entry in the MCU is often overlooked. Edward Norton plays a good Bruce Banner, who seems ever on the edge of control. The Hulk and the Abomination were designed well and their climatic fight was thrilling.

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Re-watching Star Wars

In anticipation for The Force Awakens, I re-watch the movies in numerical order.

Episode I

 The Darth Maul battle at the end of this is the only reason to watch this film (ideally skip straight to it). The Phantom Menace starts strong but quickly reminds us why it’s the worst Star Wars film due to little Annie, Pod racing and little Annie Pod racing. And of course Binks.

Episode II

Attack of the Clones has great world building for fans of the franchise. Otherwise, only watch this entry for the action. What else can be said about a film whose highlight is an old man fighting a CGI puppet.

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Ranking the Fast and Furious Films Fast and Furiously!

As the hunt for a director for 8 Fast 8 Furious (working title) heats up, let’s take a look at the former instalments in the mega-franchise:

7) 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003) – An abysmal film (that some may find entertaining).

6) Fast and Furious 6 (2013) – The Rock’s goatee vanishes in some scenes yet the runway is infinite.

5) Fast and Furious (2009) – Dumb fun revenge flick.

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