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  1. (I have a feeling everybody's going to say Animaniacs) I liked all of them to be honest and i'm looking forward to Animaniacs' reboot.
  2. Idk if a topic has been made like this, I searched it and didn't find anything. Considering the new movie came out last month thought this would be a good idea. So anyway rank your favorite Star Wars films and maybe say something on the side of each. Could be long, but could be as short as a rating. Don't have to include all the films. 1. Revenge of the Sith - it's corny (not cringe corny) but I love the shit out of it. So quotable, I just want to reenact every scene from it XD great way to connect the prequels to the originals. Great action and acting, especially from Ian Mcdiarmid. Great music and visuals and love the tone and tone changing. 2. Return of the Jedi - Incredible satisfactory ending to the story we've been following. The turmoil between Luke and his father and the feelings of dread with the Emperor and memorable interactions with the characters like Yoda. Also the world building and adventure is fun. I like the ewoks and Endor; it's a lot of fun even if it is 80's corn XD 3. Empire Strikes Back - The storytelling in this movie is amazing. The introduction of Yoda and the dynamics between characters like Lando etc. are done so well; the film sucks you into the world. The whole Darth Vader and Luke scene is one of the best scenes in Star Wars. Everything feels important in the movie. Perfect pacing. 4. Rogue One - Beautiful movie. The character dynamics are awesome and I love them. I know many found them unmemorable, but I found it the opposite. Cassian, K-2SO, Jyn are great characters and just wow. The cinematography is beautiful and the visual effects and battles are the best in Star Wars. Lovely story to tell of diverse characters coming together and sacrificing themselves for the same noble cause. 5. The Force Awakens - One of the best things about Star Wars is the characters and introducing characters and I think TFA did an impeccable job at introducing the new characters who will carry the Star Wars torch now that the old characters are well old and time has gone by. Such fun characters to watch: Rey, Kylo, Poe, Kylo, BB-8, etc. and of course having old characters to guide them Han, Leia, and Chewbacca. Rey being a character, contrary to Anakin and Luke, wants to stay in their small section of space while so much is going on in the galaxy is so interesting. Cinematography is great, good humor, and visuals. Had a big problem with Starkiller base, felt pretty lame, boring, and unoriginal. Also Phasma was weak, but that's a minor issue. BB-8 is adorable 6. A New Hope - The beginning movie that introduces us to the whole Star Wars universe and gets tons of points for that. A fun movie with great pacing and storytelling. So much world building that makes you want more. Great characters, of course it's the first time we see them. I will say, the reason why it ranks at number 6, I still love this movie, but not as exciting as the previous movies or as quotable, not as fun. Still fucking great, but just overshadowed by future installments imo. 7. The Last Jedi - I love this movie. Honestly, it felt new and unpredictable and I was glad with the way it handled the Star Wars universe. The introspective view it takes on the things we love in Star Wars is so unique and I love it. Rey and Kylo's dynamic was great and Luke and Rey's dynamic was great as well. His death was incredible and gave him so much life and meaning in my eyes. Rey being a nobody was also awesome because it adds mystery to the force and it would be corny to make her RELATED TO SOMEONE. Finn and Rose's side plot was not as exciting to watch as Rey's scenes so that was a big problem. Had lots of other minor issues (like Leia in space) that add up, but either way still great. 8. The Rise of Skywalker - Now begins the start of Star Wars movies I don't love. I do like it but not love. It feels corny and silly. I still love Rey, Kylo, Poe, and Finn dynamic and character building, I love these characters, but so many things surrounding them felt corny. Palpatine coming back is boring and unoriginal, the big bad in the first 6 movies is back AGAIN. Rey is her grandaughter, that boring and corny. Her being a no one to me felt new and interesting and then it was like "NOPE." The script was not as good with cringe lines like "I AM ALL THE JEDI." Weak. C-3PO is the best he's ever been. Good humor again and great action. Hated the direction they went with, but still liked the movie because the characters are still fun to watch. 9. Attack of the Clones - Kind of boring tbh. I still like the film, but more in the "so bad it's good" kind of way. Quotable lines, but corny lines and bad lines to make fun of ahaha. There were great action scenes like the colosseum, but also boring ones like Slave I vs Obi, and Yoda, Count, Obi, and Anakin. SUPER BATTLE DROIDS FUCKING RULE! 10. The Phantom Menace - Very similar to Attack of the Clones, but even more so XD. Corny, so bad it's good, quotable lines because they're so bad. Great designs for a new era of Star Wars. Pretty ridiculous and so many bad characters like JarJar, Boss Nass, Anakin, etc. and even the characters that weren't bad were just boring like Qui-Gon and Obi. Darth Maul looks cool and the fight at the end is cool, but don't know shit about Maul so again not much weight. When Qui-Gon dies I don't care cuz he was boring. Bad world building and story telling as I don't become interested in anything. Again, I still like the film, but more so because it's fun, you know, so bad it's good. 11. Solo - Not sure if I like this film. Most corny Star Wars film ever made. I didn't want this made, felt unnecessary, especially now, but here it is and yup felt like a big easter egg check list. Weak dialogue, corny jokes, dynamics are not that great. The acting was fine, especially Lando, and the visuals were ok. I liked the Maw. 12. The Clone Wars - Not rewatchable, even on a Star Wars day. Boring and the tone is strange. Glad the show was better than how this started it all out.
  3. STEVEN UNIVERSE FANCLUB; BECAUSE EVERYONE NEEDS IT. I'm a HUGE fan of Cartoon Network's show "Steven Universe" created by Rebecca Sugar. Anyone else? I'd love to talk about the show with other fans on here! Favorite episode? Theories? Favorite gem/character? How much merchandise do you own? Ships? Reviews? Excited for new episodes to come? Need a shoulder to cry on? POST IT ALL! BELIEVE IN STEVEN!
  4. Now that Disney owns Lucas Films, should they remake the Star War prequels. Remaking movies, seems to be a common trend these days. Maybe the prequels should be given the same treatment.
  5. I've just now watched the original trilogy on Disney+ and the new Mandalorian show and I'm loving these movies! I plan on watching the rest of the movies and the Clone Wars TV show! Who else here is a Star Wars fan?
  6. Anypony here a wrestling fan? Well this is the place for you to discuss the comings and goings in the world of wrestling. Whether it be how good this weeks matches were, how boring this weeks matches were, who should be on top, who is overrated, what is really the best promotion,what each company is doing wrong, classic moments of the past, your dream matches, your favorite wrestlers, how the next PPV is going to turn out or just to post your favorite matches. Whether you're a member of the WWE universe, a fan of TNA, a fan of ROH or the North American indy scene, fan of Lucha Underground or Lucha Libre in general, a fan of NJPW or Japanese puroresu in general. Whatever kind of wrestling you watch, you name it, this is the place for you! Now get to posting! *DING!*
  7. Hey everypony! what is your all time favorite movie? personally I have always loved, The Love Bug (1969)
  8. https://www.cnn.com/2020/01/22/entertainment/terry-jones-dies-scli-gbr-intl/index.html Jack Sheldon, Neil Peart, and Terry Jones. 2020 isn't off to a good start.
  9. This was one of my favorite shows when i was real little. It was on Ready Set Learn on TLC (back when it actually The Learning Channel and didn't just exploit people for their lifestyles, but that's a rant for another time.)
  10. Recommend me some Netflix original shows. Is there anything on Netflix that's as good as something on HBO or FX?
  11. This one always stands out for me.
  12. Since there seems to be a thread for movies, games, and music, I figured one for regular TV series would be in order. (I searched for an existing one but didn't find it, feel free to delete this one if it does turn out to be duplicate). My unpopular opinion is that Black Mirror is a vastly overrated and pretentious series with the subtlety of a sledgehammer. I honestly can't figure out if they're trying to be speculative, over the top, or something else. If they're trying to be funny, they fail because it takes itself too seriously.If they're trying to be speculative and subversive, they fail because they're far too pretentious.
  13. https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/business/story/2020-01-10/seth-macfarlane-family-guy-tv-production-deal-nbcuniversal Say what you want about MacFarlane, but he's made Fox a lot of money. What does this mean for both networks?
  14. As we draw closer and closer to the end of the 2010s and the beginning of the 2020s, I thought it would be a neat idea to look back and list out favorite movies of each perspective year.
  15. If I'm watching TV or a movie, I find myself sitting midrange from the screen, not too close or too far. If I'm playing video games though, I tend to sit close to the screen and lean in closer when things get intense and I enter my gamer lean stance.
  16. Which upcoming movies are you most looking forward to this year?
  17. What are movies that everybody's always talking about that you've never seen? Godfather It's a Wonderful Life Casablanca Austin Powers that bowling movie they based pony characters on. Can't think of the name.
  18. Well, with about less than 18 Hours remaining, as of this topic posting, DIsney+ will be launching at 6:00 AM, EST, with the Originals being added at 9:00 AM, also EST. The Walt Disney Company has dropped a 3-Hour Trailer of everything hitting the service Day 1. Highlights include the bulk of the Disney Animation Features, Disney Afternoon Cartoons, ABC Saturday Morning shows (New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, The Emperor's New School, and more), Syndicated Classics like Hercules the Series, Marvel shows from as far back as the Late 70s and Early 80s, The Star Wars Collection, LEGO Star Wars, Nat Geo and Nat Geo WILD shows and specials, FOX Movies, 30 Seasons of The Simpsons, and stuff never seen in America like Legend of the Three Caballeros! It's even got Original Programming like Star Wars: The Mandalorian. Whether you're interested or not, it's worth checking out, but know this: some of the stuff will be leaving, or has already left Netflix, but if you have Hulu, you can add Disney+ to your subscription, or use it as a standalone app, for as little as $7.99 a month or $69.99 a Year! Me? I can't wait to check stuff out, and I've already signed up for it. The only problem is deciding what to watch first.
  19. Who is cult enough to have seen this movie and if you have, what are your thoughts, critic on it and score?
  20. Okay, so there's a thread for bad sequels--let's give the good sequels a chance now! Here are some sequels I like (or even love): Kung Fu Panda 2 Despicable Me 2 Cars 2 (don't hurt me -_-) The Toy Story sequels Monsters University Madagascar 3 (the only Madagascar movie I actually liked) Revenge of the Sith (please don't kill me for enjoying the prequels! Hey, at least I don't like Jar Jar either...) Um...if I think of anything else, I'll add it!
  21. I saw that there was already an unpopular opinion thread about video games, so I figured I'd make one about movies. To start off, I have a few... I don't think Citizen Kane is all that great - I watched this movie during film class when I was a sophomore in high school, and I didn't think it was that great. Am I saying it's bad? No! I just thought it was... okay, and that's about it. I don't really understand why people think this movie is one of, if not THE best movie ever made. It doesn't really seem to have that much of a point to it. I have heard a lot of people say: "This movie's really deep, man!" But honestly, I don't think having a point is about saying something deep or telling a great moral or something like that. Having a point would be being funny, thrilling, or telling a good story. (I know people are gonna argue that Citizen Kane has a good story, but I digress.) I don't think The Cat in the Hat starring Mike Myers is all that bad - Now before you go lighting your torches and sharpening your pitchforks, hear me out. I definitely can understand WHY this movie is seen as such a big insult to the book by Dr. Seuss, and while I don't think this is a GOOD movie, I'm not really sure if it deserves all the undying hatred it gets. I'll be honest, a few of the jokes in the movie did make me laugh, like when the Cat in the Hat got hit in the groin by a baseball bat, or when he said "That could've gone better" after the kids ran away in terror. I also don't get how Mike Myers in the cat suit is all that scary. Everyone I see on the internet thinks that this is the scariest movie ever made, but I just think they're a bunch of pansies. Seriously? What's so scary about a guy in a cat suit? I've seen scarier things on MLP... I don't like Forrest Gump - This another movie that's hailed as one of the best of all time, but I don't think it really deserves it. I didn't like how the movie overly stereotyped southerners, considering I've lived almost my entire life in Arkansas, and I don't have a southern accent in the SLIGHTEST, and I haven't met a lot of people who do. I also didn't think the plot was that interesting, and I didn't think the "humorous" parts of it were very funny. While I don't think this is a BAD movie.... I don't think it's all that great. I don't think Chicken Little is all that bad - Once again, I'm not gonna make a lot of friends with this one... While I don't think that this is a GOOD movie... I don't think it's one of the worst Disney movies or even one of the worst animated movies. A lot of people say that this movie is REALLY mean spirited, but I honestly relate to this movie somewhat because my mom treats me a lot like Buck Cluck does to Chicken Little. Not to mention that it feels like everyone was a serious jerk to me throughout my life... but I'm getting off topic, so let's move on. I don't think the Emoji Movie is the worst animated movie of all time - Please don't hang me for this... Do I think the Emoji Movie is a good movie? Heck no. But do I think that it's the worst animated movie ever made? Uh... no. The Emoji Movie is bad, but I only think it's on an "average" level of bad, if that makes any sense. I've definitely seen PLENTY of movies that are FAR worse than the Emoji Movie, and I also definitely think it's better than any of the crap Illumination has put out. While I definitely think it's a bad movie, I really don't think it's the worst animated movie ever made. How about you? What are some unpopular opinions related to film that YOU have? Lemme know!
  22. I'm surprised this topic hasn't been made yet. Anyway, what was the last show you watched? I just finished up an episode of Hey Arnold.
  23. It was a surprisingly solid and awesome, entertaining show. Every character was great and the story was interesting. What was a surprise and a slight letdown was Hawkgirl at the finale of season 2. She was my favorite character of all the league members and the show sacrificed her for the sake of drama, similar to how The Walking Dead sacrifices the characters to provoke intense emotions (in a wrong way). It isn't a bad thing, but if the show doesn't pull off a great story about this later on in Justice League Unlimitted, I will be disappointed. Season 2 finale was a good story on it's own, but I can already see the limits. Now I will never get the Hawkgirl that I thought she was. I mean, as soon as her and Green Lantern are together, then just at the next episode? We also got to know more about her at the holiday episode. I feel betrayed as well as the characters in the show. It also came out of nowhere. And the worst part is that they removed the mask. She had the awesome Devil Man look and her eyes looked so ironically cute in there. Now she's all tragic conflicted traitor. I was tricked and fooled to believe a certain character to be a certain way and be attached to it. It isn't a good tool for storytelling just like The Walking Dead saying "You should be shocked and hopeless like the characters in the story." Hawkgirl was a very simple character, but I liked it that way. Now everybody has a complicated backstory. But still, 8.5/10
  24. Looking for some new anime, what do y'all recommend based on the following list of stuff I've seen and liked? FMA:Brotherhood, Magi, Black Butler, Soul Eater, My Hero Academia, One Punch Man, Hellsing Ultimate, Attack on Titan
  25. Okay, admittedly this show is REALLY obscure, but does anyone remember it on Ready Set Learn?