10 Great Movies That Inadvertently Ruined Cinema

  • katma 15 Haz 2017
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  • Lidija Cullen
    Lidija Cullen Gün önce

    Good list, those who defend the practice of no1, so not.

  • Therev Fireman
    Therev Fireman 24 gün önce

    I love when I'm watching a video that seems like it will be innocous enough just to here the unnecessary use of profanity to prove that the video maker is cool. I didn't think this video would be inappropriate for my 7-year-old...

  • Lyle Abraham
    Lyle Abraham 26 gün önce

    Blair witch project spawning countless "found footage" atrocities.

  • daniel job
    daniel job 29 gün önce

    The Blair Witch Project: Creating an unrealistic expectation for producers.
    Largely through its viral urban rumor marketing which resulted in it making back 3,500 times what it cost! Want to see a scary movie? Which do you choose? The one with the cool poster or the one with the weary janitor mopping up the puddle of vomit by the theatre entrance?

  • John Boxer
    John Boxer Aylar önce

    8. Is prehaps the biggest reason that DC movies are often so bad. The studio interfers adds a new director, and leaves a small budget for what needs to be done. Not to mention bad writing, and no real arch to character building

  • Kyrkos Ekaterinaris
    Kyrkos Ekaterinaris Aylar önce

    Bram Stoker's Dracula => Emotional vampires and vampire-human romance (Vampires were just never your common movie monsters anymore)
    Analyse This => Mafia comedies (nothing funny about the Mafia, guys)
    Spider Man (2002) => Superheroes with average everyday people problems (They are called SUPERheroes for a reason, you know!)

  • Brainticket
    Brainticket Aylar önce

    I strongly believe that Hollywood ruined cinema.

  • Jaqen H`ghar
    Jaqen H`ghar Aylar önce

    I may be wrong (?) but I believe the first film to use the Roman numerals to denote a sequel was Quatermass II in 1957...……..

  • Richard Bilton
    Richard Bilton Aylar önce

    Obviously, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame needed to be two parts - and 5.5 hours together!

  • YZJY
    YZJY Aylar önce

    One trend I noticed was films trying to copy the fast-paced choreography and cutaways in action-filled close in fight sequences like they did in the Bourne series of movies and to some extent Mission Impossible too. So many others tried to do the quick cuts, but most never did it as well or manage to pull it off as smoothly and naturally as they did in the Bourne movies.

  • Derek Vineyard
    Derek Vineyard Aylar önce

    The Titanic DID NOT DO THAT! The Bodyguard had one of the hugest #1 singles just less then 5 years right before that. I hate sloppy or no research especially for from companies and people making millions

  • chucky
    chucky Aylar önce

    Memento... fekking worst piece of shit movie ever made

  • Sumita Dey
    Sumita Dey 2 aylar önce

    I think you guys missed Bourne series for the quick cut, shaky cam, up close action sequences, john wick for the gun kata, and Blair witch project for 1st person real life cam style filming.

  • Anders Fogh Kristensen
    Anders Fogh Kristensen 2 aylar önce

    did i miss the one per video ? or was there none ?

  • Laura Ess
    Laura Ess 2 aylar önce

    Surely Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan also influenced that trend. Gravity was a 3D film? Never got that option locally. When it comes to splitting end films, I think this backfired with ASCENDENT.

  • kick
    kick 2 aylar önce

    How is a movie being released across the whole country a bad thing? Lol doesn’t seem you understand your own list

  • Bibin Kalathil
    Bibin Kalathil 2 aylar önce

    Matrix, The blair witch project, Avengers & Ghostbusters.

  • Nick Marques
    Nick Marques 2 aylar önce +2

    Saving Private Ryan for creating the recurring theme of rescuing Matt Damon

  • Noland55
    Noland55 2 aylar önce

    You are young. The split movie started with the "3 Musketeers " & "4 Musketeers "

  • The Masked Cabbage
    The Masked Cabbage 2 aylar önce

    Wasn’t Quatermass 2 (1957) the first numbered sequel, followed by Ivan the Terrible Part II (1958)?

  • OmalleyDoc
    OmalleyDoc 2 aylar önce

    I'm sorry did you guys put Boondock Saints up while talking about bad copycats?

  • Hornytoad
    Hornytoad 2 aylar önce

    Are you suggesting that Jurassic Park and Tron were contemporary?

  • Hornytoad
    Hornytoad 2 aylar önce

    I would put The Abyss or Terminator 2 at the top of the list., Because no matter what you think of digital imagery, it is NOT cinema. Cinema is by definition in-camera and practical. Digital imagery is not even motion pictures becaise there is no motion, unless you count motion capture. Nothing real is moving; it is the illusion of motion.

    IN cinema, something ACTUALLY happens, and the camera records it. In CGI, nothing actually happens and there is no camera.

  • Ernesto Lombardo
    Ernesto Lombardo 2 aylar önce

    "Titanic brought the movie song back to popularity."
    Hmm... like Whitney Houston and The Bodyguard never happened. Or Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves and Bryan Adams. Philadelphia and Bruce Springsteen.

  • HorrorFreak 145
    HorrorFreak 145 2 aylar önce

    Scream!!! It ruined horror movies forever.

  • P S Y D U C K
    P S Y D U C K 2 aylar önce

    2:59 that is the movie theater in my home town of alameda, the alameda theater and cineplex, it’s really cool!!!

  • SickBoy
    SickBoy 3 aylar önce

    I'm glad they split Deathly Hallows.

    JOSHUA BUYUKYILMAZ 3 aylar önce

    Nolan's dark Knight trilogy destroyed the Batman franchise.

  • Michael Hamilton
    Michael Hamilton 3 aylar önce

    Not trying to step on toes but can you stop using GD so much? It's like every other sentence.

  • Chris Atkinson
    Chris Atkinson 3 aylar önce

    Dirty Harry and the anti hero hero?

  • Ivan T.
    Ivan T. 3 aylar önce

    Wasted time

  • William H. Baird
    William H. Baird 3 aylar önce +1

    IMHO Michael Bay ruined Cinima.

  • Wardad
    Wardad 3 aylar önce

    CGI is utter shit these days,they want you to see their "wonderful" CGI rather than making the CGI an invisible integral part of the movie.The combination of animatronic and decent CGI makes the original Jurrassic Park and walking with dinosaurs way better than contemporary movies ,plus actors react better to an actual full sized T-rex than a blue screen.

  • KOS Listed
    KOS Listed 3 aylar önce

    Avatar SUCKED in 3D. The only part that half way looked good was the burning Embers falling from Home Tree. I thought more than a few times, Why the hell am I wearing these 3D glasses? Best 3D out there is Jaws 3, My Bloody Valentine by MILES. Not the best movies but best 3D for SURE.

  • John Smith
    John Smith 3 aylar önce

    I always considered 2011's RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES to be responsible for the heavy increase in reboots and remakes of classic motion pictures that we've seen throughout this decade.

  • Matthew Sawczyn
    Matthew Sawczyn 3 aylar önce

    I blame Oedipus Rex for twist endings

  • polite critique
    polite critique 4 aylar önce

    Bible also inadvertently ruined the world

  • Nautilus1972
    Nautilus1972 4 aylar önce

    Wrong. Twists are n'ot 'out of fashion', there are just very few good writers out there.

  • facotf
    facotf 4 aylar önce

    Um, how about The Three Musketeers/Four Musketeers? It was 1 movie that was cut in half. Even the actors thought they were making just 1 long movie.

  • Chad Moller
    Chad Moller 4 aylar önce

    Using numbers and using names for sequels are both bad?
    I know you called yourself out, but it's not enough.

  • Chris Norman
    Chris Norman 4 aylar önce

    This must be “early” Jules.

  • Allan A. Chornak
    Allan A. Chornak 4 aylar önce

    You're a fucking donut if you
    1. Think that saving private ryan used shaky cam
    2. Think that Bourne used it poorly
    3. Think that saving private ryan, not bourne, birthed the trend we all have come to hate cuz everyone else sucks at it

  • Joel Wilcox
    Joel Wilcox 4 aylar önce

    memento is fucking great though

  • The-Trustees
    The-Trustees 4 aylar önce

    Dammit! "Disorientate" is NOT a word. Disorient, disoriented and disorienting are the correct versions. There ain't no "ate" in them. :)

  • Sentient Mango
    Sentient Mango 4 aylar önce

    Deathly Hallows? Great movie?

  • JP
    JP 4 aylar önce

    I'm really sick of movie trailers building up with a cover of some classic song being performed by some chick high on Xanax.

  • Isaías Ríos
    Isaías Ríos 4 aylar önce

    The Dark Knight. Before this, Joker was an OK villain. After this, Joker IS ALL THE VILLIANS!

  • L Jj
    L Jj 4 aylar önce

    Monsters vs aliens was good in 3D

  • Rick Sanchez
    Rick Sanchez 4 aylar önce

    And this is why people would rather watch indie flicks on Netflix and watch movies online than at a theater because it's all corporate greed and just plain dumb & annoying.

  • Merc Marten
    Merc Marten 4 aylar önce

    Blazing Saddles...still makes me laugh, but this was the film that introduced fart jokes into movies, Now you can't get away from them, even in animated features, (I.E.anything from illumination)

    And they stopped being funny a lonnnng time ago.

  • Pille22
    Pille22 4 aylar önce

    I thought twilight did it first with the splitting of the end-films?

  • Juan J.
    Juan J. 4 aylar önce

    This list is obnoxiously cynical.

  • Quentin Wade
    Quentin Wade 4 aylar önce

    What is the music playing in the background?

  • browncoatkevin
    browncoatkevin 5 aylar önce

    There's also the "movie SO good it's impossible to followup in that genre" or "movie that so thoroughly explores/explodes genre conventions that further movies in that genre can only be awkward".

  • J B
    J B 5 aylar önce

    Talking about Avatar and Gravity as examples of 3D done right, no mention of Coraline, which preceded both. Also incredible that Avatar: The Last Airbender wasn't your immediate go-to for 3D gone catastrophic, that was like 3D as a last ditch attempt to salvage a dumpster fire.

  • SpookyNero
    SpookyNero 5 aylar önce

    3:40 it looks like the Slender Man in the background, on the beach.

  • hwahid8
    hwahid8 5 aylar önce

    I worked at a cinema during the 2000's. I remember 3d movies starting becoming a thing in 2007, Meet the Robinsons was the first 3d I had to work for. After Meet the Robinsons, 3d movies came in once in a while. But when Avatar came out, 3d movies were nonstop after that

  • Jared Wonnacott
    Jared Wonnacott 5 aylar önce

    How about Iron Man introducing the "everything needs to be connected to everything" movement. Even movies that are clearly not connected now have fans looking for tie ins that are clearly not there (The Pixar Theory? Really?).
    Also, the use of the term "unobtainium" was brilliant. The term existed long before Avatar, but no one had marketed on it until Cameron.

  • Maud Trenité
    Maud Trenité 5 aylar önce +1

    ... did you just shade “everything is awesome” from the LEGO movie

  • Toby O'Neil
    Toby O'Neil 5 aylar önce

    wait Heavens Gate was a terrible movie

  • Rathernot Disclose
    Rathernot Disclose 5 aylar önce

    The Dark Knight. Every villain feels boring and uninspired after seeing The Joker in that film.

  • Samuel Disturbing
    Samuel Disturbing 5 aylar önce

    10 good concepts cheaply repeated ...

  • MrGoatflakes
    MrGoatflakes 5 aylar önce

    4:52 all wonderful movies. Well I haven't seen _The Others,_ but I'm rushing to go watch it now :P

  • MrGoatflakes
    MrGoatflakes 5 aylar önce

    Good deserts that ruined desserts: Chocolate mud cake and sticky date pudding. And anything salted caramel. The later usually not being good and now being overused to the point of cliche. Even though putting a scant pinch of salt in your caramel thing or indeed anything otherwise prone to be sickly sweet was always a thing! BUT I digress!

    But irregardlessly since then every desert has to be a stodgy over flavoured and over sweated monstrosity that would give a horse diabetes. Make desserts great again! By bringing back light ones, preferably ones that are airy and/or contain fruit. And/or custard :D

  • jz35
    jz35 5 aylar önce

    i thought lord of the rings return of the king was the 1st to split the final film into 2 parts , or am i wrong ?

  • francis yang
    francis yang 5 aylar önce

    hello superheroes movies...and LOTR..started the ... we really need a TRILOGY to tell a story

  • Skanda Baby
    Skanda Baby 6 aylar önce

    Soooooo, Darth Vader being Lukes father wasn't big enough? What about Planet of the Apes was actually Earth? Please shut up. Shyamalan is shitty director, he isn't important enough ruin cinema, just his own shitty films.

  • RabbitHole
    RabbitHole 6 aylar önce

    Pretty sure Hitchcock popularised the twist ending

  • Jeff Foehringer
    Jeff Foehringer 6 aylar önce

    Momento and The Others were really good films. If they were inspired by The Sixth Sense, more power to it. However, I think Momento was already in production when Sixth Sense was released.

  • Dave Shaffer
    Dave Shaffer 6 aylar önce

    I'm glad I don't pay for movies.

  • bradpara
    bradpara 6 aylar önce

    Also Every Successful Blockbuster Ever along with every film on this: Raising the cost if film production and pushing Hollywood's entire economic model ever closer to collapse.

  • Marin Galić
    Marin Galić 6 aylar önce

    I think the title of the video should be: "great movies that started annoying trends in cinema". this one is a bit misleading.

  • Cush
    Cush 6 aylar önce

    How is Jaws a great movie?

  • viddork
    viddork 7 aylar önce

    At least, with this business of splitting a finale into two movies to charge you twice to see the ending of a series, 3D doesn't seem like such a cash grab now, does it?

  • Mridul Meharia
    Mridul Meharia 7 aylar önce

    Don't agree with you