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  1. I've seen threads for Star Wars and most recently for Spiderman films of this nature, feel like it's about time to make one for Star Trek. I remember sharing my rankings for each film back when for a status update, but I'd say here are mine: Star Trek II: Wrath of Khan. There's definitely a reason why this is the most popular film among the fanbase. Not only does it feature one of Star Trek's most iconic villains in his best portrayal to date, one of the most iconic character deaths in all of film, and a fundamental theme echoed several times during the film that can be described as no less than profound. Star Trek (2009). My dad actually hates this film. I guess I'm not surprised because he's the Star Trek equivalent of a genwunner, but this film does an EXCELLENT job of revamping the original series in a whole new universe, all complexly interwoven with the original universe in such a way as to make a very compelling movie. Also, Pine's Kirk is very underrated. Star Trek VI: the Undiscovered Country. I really like the concept of this film being a sort of sci-fi political thriller. I honestly think this film is a tiny bit underrated even if it's generally considered to be a top 5 film, though I think part of that is my personal bias. The murder mystery part of it could have been made a bit more of a whodunnit, but still a great film in my eyes. Star Trek IV: A Voyage Home. I understand that the popular opinion for this film is that it's second only to Wrath of Khan. I really do like the somewhat campy humor in parts of it and it's change of tone for the series as a whole being more light-hearted than usual even by Star Trek standards, but I have to admit the plot is a little ridiculous, so it's only fourth. Star Trek: First Contact. I think everyone can agree that this is by far The Next Generation's best outing movie-wise. A very solid plot setup with the Borg as the main villain, and an extremely great outing for Data (which is sorely missed in later films) make it a really good film even if it is a bit cheesy and doesn't utilize Worf all that much. Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. This is the one time for the original 9 movies (yes not just the first 6, IMHO) you completely throw "it's odd so it's no good" out the window. This film has some weaknesses in its plot being a bit of a retcon of Wrath of Khan, but it's still definitely a story very worthy of a Trek movie considering that retcon is done in good faith. Star Trek Beyond. I'll admit I was on the fence about this one when I first watched it, but now I'd say it's a pretty solid Trek movie even with its distinct lack of personality. All the pairings in this movie work very well, even if in the end the film doesn't leave much of a mark on me, honestly. It's admittedly the worst of the good Trek films, though. Star Trek: The Motion Picture. I get what they were going for here, being a cinematic experience, but they failed to do anything but make a boring movie I didn't care much to watch. If HALF THE MOVIE is showing the ship off, that's a problem... Also I really don't like that they sideline the main characters in this movie... It's just disrespectful. Star Trek: Insurrection. This movie isn't BAD it's just mediocre. I really liked the premise of this film being about the Federation themselves being the actual villains, and the setup was done rather well. But it does go south after that in such a way as to make it a bit of a slog to go through. Also, there's nothing whatsoever memorable about this one. Star Trek: Into Darkness. They had so much going for this movie in the first half, it looked like a worthy sequel. But in the second half it quickly falls completely flat on its face. I wouldn't say this is the worst film, we're getting to that, but this film is pretty bad for all the wasted potential, Khan's re-use, and the fact Cumberbatch's Khan was absolutely awful... Star Trek: Generations. Star Trek Fan-service: The Movie is what this is. It's a pile of total garbage that has a plothole in its fundamental story so massive you could fit a Borg cube in it. I don't know if the fact that Kirk is somehow still alive after the beginning or the fact he's STILL alive in Picard's time is worse. It felt like a cash grab of humongous proportions. Star Trek V: Final Frontier. Let's address the elephant in the room with this travesty. YOU CAN'T TALK ABOUT GOD IN A SCI-FI MOVIE. Second thing to address this film makes Star Trek as a whole look like a complete joke... I will give it a little credit for the "I need my pain!" line but other than that there is nothing else whatsoever about this movie that isn't awful. I have never seen Nemesis, but from what I've heard I'm sure glad I haven't. How would you rank the Star Trek films? Would be interesting to see different opinions.
  2. Since there's a thread for Star Wars films, I feel like the other Star franchise needs another thread in the same vein. Anyways, I already did a listing of them a few weeks back, so I guess I'll just copy and paste that here. STII: The Wrath of Khan (This really is one of the best movies of all time IMHO) STVIII: First Contact (I've really grown an absolute love for this movie) STVI: The Undiscovered Country (They really went out with a bang here) ST 2009 (XI) (Ten times better than my dad would say it is, because he takes issue with Kelvin's existence) STIII: The Search for Spock (Underrated, and honestly fairly good third installment) STIV: The Voyage Home (Yes, it's not top 5, and I don't care about the complaints) ST: Beyond (It was actually kind of good, definitely an improvement on Into Darkness) STIX: Insurrection (It wasn't THAT bad... Honestly I thought it was OK) STI: The Motion Picture (*Snoring* Huh? Is it over yet? Seriously, though this one's just boring) ST: Into Darkness (Second half was utter garbage, first half was OK so, tenth?) STVII: Generations (This film honestly should be the worst and has every reason to be, sadly it isn't) STV: The Final Frontier (Absolute, utter garbage that needs to be burned with fire) Haven't Seen: STX: Nemesis (And I don't doubt I'm all the better for it... Janeway as an admiral? OVER PICARD? SERIOUSLY?) Even with its, less than savory installments, It manages to have 7 good films with only 3 bad ones (well probably four, but gladly will just not see Nemesis).
  3. This is it. The Endgame. On November 1st we will have our last Movie Night. The following is a schedule of all Movie Night and related events leading up to Nov. 1st. All showings begin at normal Movie Night times. 5pm CDT. Equestria.tv will still be up, but movie nights will end Nov. 1st. Wednesday Oct. 16th: The Blues Brothers and UHF Friday Oct. 18th: Back to the Future Trilogy EQTV Supercut Monday Oct. 21st: Rifftrax Live: Manos The Hands of Fate and MST3K: Space Mutiny Wednesday Oct. 23rd: Lord of the Rings Extended Edition Trilogy ...... (Did a double take did you? I joke. I joke.) Wednesday Oct. 23rd real movies: Space Jam and Hook Friday Oct. 25th: My Little Pony The Movie, Spirited Away, and The Princess Bride Monday Oct. 28th: Ghostbusters 1 and 2 Wednesday Oct. 30th: Hocus Pocus and The Nightmare Before Christmas Thursday Oct. 31st: Ghost Stories (Eng. Dub) Marathon. All 20 episodes. Friday Nov. 1st: Avengers Endgame
  4. Welcome to the Equestria.tv events thread! Here we post details of all the events happening on EQTV, including our iconic Friday movie night, where we watch movies voted by you guys, our episode stream, where we embed a livestream of the newest MLP episode as it premiers. And of course any user-run events that happen in their own channels! And remember, even when there’s no movies or livestreams, there’s always something to watch! We keep pony videos and episodes playing non-stop, 24/7! Want to know more about Equestria.tv? Check out the FAQ at the bottom or take a look around our sub-forum, have a question? Ask in 'the lobby', where any of our staff or regular users can answer. Friday Movienight Movie Night starts at 5:00 PM CDT / 6:00 PM EDT / 11 PM / 23:00 CET/ 12 AM / 00:00 CEST The Incredibles 5:00 PM CDT 11:00 AM / 23:00 CET/ 12:00 am / 00:00 CEST The Incredibles 2 7:30 PM CDT 1:00 AM / 01:00 CET/ 2:00 am / 02:00 CEST MLP Season 9 - Episode 13: Between Dark and Dawn (10:30am CDT - 5:30 pm / 17:30 CEST / 4:30 pm / 16:30 CET) Type 10:30 am CDT into Google, it should convert to your time. If there is an error, please let me know. EQTV's CMC Clubhouse!
  5. Welcome to the Equestria.tv events thread! Here we post details of all the events happening on EQTV, including our iconic Friday movie night, where we watch movies voted by you guys, our episode stream, where we embed a livestream of the newest MLP episode as it premiers. And of course any user-run events that happen in their own channels! And remember, even when there’s no movies or livestreams, there’s always something to watch! We keep pony videos and episodes playing non-stop, 24/7! Want to know more about Equestria.tv? Check out the FAQ at the bottom or take a look around our sub-forum, have a question? Ask in 'the lobby', where any of our staff or regular users can answer. Friday Movienight Movie Night starts at 5:00 PM CDT / 6:00 PM EDT / 11 PM / 23:00 CET The Avengers 6:00 PM EST 12:00 AM / 24:00 CET Avengers: Age of Ultron 8:00 PM EST 2:00 AM / 02:00 CET MLP Season 9 - Episode 3: Uprooted EQTV's CMC Clubhouse!
  6. Welcome to the Equestria.tv events thread! Here we post details of all the events happening on EQTV, including our iconic Friday movie night, where we watch movies voted by you guys, our episode stream, where we embed a livestream of the newest MLP episode as it premiers. And of course any user-run events that happen in their own channels! And remember, even when there’s no movies or livestreams, there’s always something to watch! We keep pony videos and episodes playing non-stop, 24/7! Want to know more about Equestria.tv? Check out the FAQ at the bottom or take a look around our sub-forum, have a question? Ask in 'the lobby', where any of our staff or regular users can answer. Come on in and join us for some movies. One movie about a fox being a fox doing foxy things. The other about holes or something. So come on in and join us! Do it! Just do it! Friday Movienight Movie Night starts at 5:00 PM CDT / 6:00 PM EDT Fantastic Mr. Fox 6:00 PM EDT 11:00 PM CET Holes 8:00 PM EDT (or whenever the 1st movie ends) 12:45 AM CET Season 8 Episode 4 Grannies Gone Wild 11:30am EDT Saturday EQTV's CMC Clubhouse! User Events Mr Dash's Anime Nights Every Saturday at 6pm EST More info here <--- FAQ
  7. Was there ever a movie scene from your childhood that scared you for months on end? It doesn't even have to be from a horror movie. For example, I remember seeing Stephen King's IT as a child and the scene where the kid is pulled into the drain with that clown's wide, tooth-filled mouth opening was enough for me to stay at least ten feet away from every sewer drain in existence for well over a year. Or, the scene in Labyrinth where Sarah falls down a hole and there are hands poking out of the wall, supporting her and making faces that talk. ;~; Scared the hell out of me. So, any scene in particular that scared you as a child?
  8. Well my fellow Nintendo Fans. It would seem we'll be seeing our favorite Italian plumber on the big screen in the near future. Nintendo President, Tatsumi Kimishima, stated in an interview with the Asashi Shimbun newspaper, that Nintendo plans on going into films next. He claims that they plan on using the part of the earnings they've received from their partnership with the Seattle Mariners baseball team. Kimishima stated that unlike their past history with films. *CoughSuperMarioBros.Cough* they plan to be directly invested into their movie projects. Also he's hinted at talks with Hollywood studio companies but are also looking beyond on Hollywood. I for one have high hopes for this. I believe Nintendo has the right idea going into film. They've had some wonderful animation in their videos game such as Fire Emblem, Kid Icarus and Smash Brothers. I'm personally looking forward to this. So.. What are your thoughts? Is this a good idea? Could these Nintendo movies actually be a big hit? Or perhaps turn out to be a big bust?
  9. Just curious. I like Balto 1/2, Lady and the tramp 1/2, The lion king 1/2, 101 Dalmatians, The aristocats, and Felidae.
  10. I don't mean ones that are so bad they're good. I mean ones that seemingly everyone else dislikes to the point that it can be considered "bad." I personally like Eight Legged Freaks, I thought the laughing spiders were hilarious and proved that the film writers didn't take it too seriously. I also like The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, I thought it was rather inspirational. Have you ever liked/loved a "bad" movie? Why?
  11. This isn't about the worst films you've seen. Just those movies that were overly hyped and just ended up a disappointment in your eyes or that didn't live up to the hype. Top of my head I can think of two: Cloverfield: often hyped as the next big American monster film, I just found it to be a disappointment due to the lack of actual monsters in the film. James Cameron Avatar: All flash and no substance the love story in there felt awkward at times. Oh, and than there's the comparison with Dances with Wolves. Twilight Series: The plot feels cheap and somehow it's able to attract a fan base that eats it all up.
  12. You might be worrying that such popular trends used in recent films may be at risk of becoming cliches ...
  13. Ok, this can be either personal questions (not TOO personal, anyway won't answer intimate quiestions) or something just funny/weird. To give you some context: -My name is irrelevant... But is Carlos. -I'm from San Miguel, El Salvador (no, not Mexico). -I'm 24. -I'm an english instructor. -I'm also a Deep House/Techno/Nu-Disco DJ (a lovely hobby). -I'm single (mares ). -I love chocolate ice cream. -I love Metal Gear series. -I hate syringes . -Favorite pony is Fluttershy/Apple Bloom (TIE). -I wear ties and formal clothes due to work. -I hate wearing ties and formal clothes. Ask any question you'd like to .
  14. After watching a certain show that we all love, I felt the need to re-watch "The Last Unicorn" after witch I re-watched "The Lord of the Rings" cartoon trilogy (although fellowship and two towers were sort of lumped into one) and "The Hobbit". And I got to thinking, I haven't seen alot of old cartoon epics so I watched "Fire and Ice", "Wizards", and "Heavy Metal". Are there any other really good sci-fi/fantasy flics that I should know about?
  15. You voted, here it is: 1. Toy Story (1995) 2. Back to the Future (1985) 3. The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King (2003) 4. The Dark Knight (2008) 5. Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1974) 6. The Lion King (1994) 7. Finding Nemo (2003) 8. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) 9. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002) 10. Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) 11. Toy Story 2 (1999) 12. Forrest Gump (1994) 13. Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) 14. How to Train Your Dragon (2010) 15. Pokemon: The First Movie - Mewtwo Strikes Back (1998) 16. Jurassic Park (1993) 17. Ghostbusters (1984) 18. Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) 19. Iron Man (2008) 20. Up (2009) 21. Inception (2010) 22. Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983) 23. The Matrix (1999) 24. Zombieland (2009) 25. The Iron Giant (1999) 26. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) 27. Batman Begins (2005) 28. Aladin (1992) 29. Pokemon: The Movie 2000 (1999) 30. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) 31. V for Vendetta (2005) 32. Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory (1971) 33. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) 34. Avatar (2009) 35. Shaun of the Dead (2004) 36. Home Alone (1990) 37. Saving Private Ryan (1998) 38. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) 39. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) 40. Back to the Future 2 (1988) 41. Napoleon Dynamite (2004) 42. Shrek 2 (2004) 43. Shrek (2001) 44. Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade (1989) 45. Iron Man 2 (2010) 46. District 9 (2009) 47. Alien (1979) 48. Terminator (1984) 49. The Hangover (2009) 50. Titanic (1997) 51. The Spongebob Squarepants Movie (2004) 52. Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999) 53. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) 54. Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005) 55. The Shawshank Redemption (1994) 56. The Princess Bride (1987) 57. Spirited Away (2004) 58. The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy (2005) 59. Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1999) 60. Spider-Man 2 (2004) 61. 300 (2006) 62. Captain America (2011) 63. Kick-Ass (2010) 64. Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002) 65. Jumanji (1995) 66. School of Rock (2003) 67. Batman (1989) 68. The Mask (1994) 69. Spider-Man (2002) 70. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) 71. A Clockwork Orange (1971) 72. Day After Tomorrow (2004) 73. The Wizard of Oz (1939) 74. Transformers (2007) 75. National Treasure (2004) 76. Bruce Almighty (2003) 77. War of the Worlds (2005) 78. Casino Royale (2006) 79. Dawn of the Dead (1978) 80. Beetlejuice (1988) 81. Predator (1987) 82. American Pie (1999) 83. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008) 84. Gladiator (2000) 85. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) 86. The Shining (1980) 87. Braveheart (1995) 88. The Silence of the Lambs (1991) 89. Tropic Thunder (2008) 90. Ghost Rider (2007) 91. Die Hard (1988) 92. Planet of the Apes (1968) 93. X-Men 3 (2006) 94. Godzilla (1954) 95. The Sound of Music (1965) 96. The Green Mile (1999) 97. Cloverfield (2008) 98. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) 99. Apollo 13 (1995) 100. Pinocchio (1940) There you have it everypony! The top 100 movies of MLP Forums. If I could go back in time I'd rename this to "Top 100 favorite movies of MLP Forums", btw. NOMINATED MOVIES (246): "Why isn't _______ in the list? It's my favorite movie!" Because the ponies at the forums nominated the movies and voted for them. I'm sure you all know about this website but here's a great resource http://www.imdb.com/ Also, I would like to say thank you to all the 103 ponies who voted. / Jokuc
  16. You guys should tell me any opinions/ modifications you think might be needed in my list. Also, enjoy. I hope none of you ever make a list like this....so many bad films....(these are all films from 2011 BTW) Also. what would you put as your top ten worst films? (of 2011 or overall...) 10. Breaking Dawn Okay, this was surprisingly watchable compared to other films on this list. Which is saying a lot because this was still horrible, but nowhere on the plane of the other films. 9. The Smurfs The Smurfs has one redeeming quality to it, and that is the actor Neil Patrick Harris. His humor is the only thing I really understood about this film. The Smurfs as a cartoon, were not that fantastic to start out with. Then they made this film a solid 20-odd years after that cartoon finished airing. If they didn't say smurf or smurfin, or smurf something every two seconds this might have actually been bearable. 8. Red Riding Hood This wasn't bad as much as it was absurdly dull. Every scene felt like a new, dull, dead end adventure. Its a dull film, featuring dull characters, and an incredibly dumb plot. It was fairly hard to sit through this, but I did it, so trust me when I say don't make the same mistake I did. 7. New Years Eve This is it, its amazing, they've pulled this off. This is, hands down, the worst rom-com I've seen to this day. The plot tries to intertwine as couples find each other on New Years Eve, but the film just becomes a convoluted mess of nothingness. The comedy is bland, and hard to find. The romance seems soulless and dead, and the entirety of the film feels like someone just sloppily put it together for profit. 6. Season Of the Witch This film has an absurdly silly plot, silly characters, and incredibly stupid special effects. I love most Cage films, as his acting is...uumm.....usually "outstanding" and makes me laugh. In this film though Cage seems to not care, and he attempts to act serious throughout the entirety of the film. Despite what most would think, serious Cage is bland and tasteless, as opposed to hilarious. The end of the film rewards a few laughs, but other than that I do not recommend viewing this one, Cage fan or not. 5. Chipwrecked Oh yeah, if you know me you know whats coming here. After about an hour of the high pitched what I can only describe as raping of songs, I was good and ready to leave. The story is stupid, the voices are annoying, the actors seem confused at why they are there. I endured the entirety of this garbage, and to this day find it amazing that I am FORCED to put it on my list as #5. 4. Transformers 3 Okay, I can understand if some of you are angry about this one being here. However, I believe this film was completely intolerable. Michael Bay has this habit of scrapping a good plot for more action. In some cases, this might actually pass as a good film. However, when you run 2 hours and 30 minutes in a film it NEEDS a good plot. This film jacks around for the first hour and a half, and then for the last hour its just pure explosions and battles. Not recommended for anyone, unless you enjoy a lot of pointless action. 3. Atlas Shrugged This adaptation of the novel by Ayn Rand should have never existed. The politics and ideals behind Ayn Rand's views, I don't mean to be blunt, but they don't work, and they never will. This film is one boring, stupid mess, even if I did agree with Ayn Rand's views I would still feel that way about this film. It poorly interprets the book, it is slow and clunky, and I fell asleep ten minutes into it the first time I attempted to watch it. This was by far the most boring film of 2011. 2. Jack and Jill Ooooohhhhhh man, this film. Adam Sandler was once a hilarious guy, making films many enjoyed, and having humorous skits on SNL. This movie is the clear and utter disappointment that proves those days are long gone. Al Pacino had some funny scenes, but since this movie was bent on showing Jack and Jill we don't get to see him much. The film is fully blown with fart jokes, childish jokes, and jokes that Adam Sandler thought people would find funny, but apparently duded out for everyone else. Horrible and clunky Jack and Jill easily won the Razzies this year (The Razzies are awards for the worst film of the year). My highest recommendation to those who want to see this film is simply this: do not. 1. Bucky Larson This film has one running gag, and the problem lies in that that gag is not funny. To make a good comedy film typically it is required to have more than one running joke in general. There is honestly not a whole lot I can say about this film. I've blocked most of it from my memory out of pure spite. The film achieved a 0% on rotten tomatoes, an impressive feat by any means. When this film ended i felt happy, happy that I would never have to witness something like this again. I recommend this film if you hate yourself, and feel the need to attempt to endure something worthless and bad.