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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".
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.
3:40 it looks like the Slender Man in the background, on the beach.
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
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.
... did you just shade “everything is awesome” from the LEGO movie
wait Heavens Gate was a terrible movie
The Dark Knight. Every villain feels boring and uninspired after seeing The Joker in that film.
10 good concepts cheaply repeated ...
4:52 all wonderful movies. Well I haven't seen _The Others,_ but I'm rushing to go watch it now :P
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
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 ?
hello superheroes movies...and LOTR..started the ... we really need a TRILOGY to tell a story
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.
Pretty sure Hitchcock popularised the twist ending
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.
I'm glad I don't pay for movies.
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.
I think the title of the video should be: "great movies that started annoying trends in cinema". this one is a bit misleading.
How is Jaws a great movie?
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?
Don't agree with you
"Disorientate" is not a word. The correct word is simply "disorient."
The Bodyguard and Whitney Houston's ,"I will always love you," predates Titanic an " My heart will go on,"
Where is Simon from what culture!!?? Hes the best one!
What of Kill Bill 1&2 which preceded The Deathly Hallows 1&2?
Why do people claim that practical effects are automatically better than CGI it’s all about the quality of the effects bad practical effects are bad just like bad CGI is bad I’m sick of these nerds claiming practical effects are always better
I would say "Toy Story 2." The film itself is good, however, it showed that animated sequels could be successful. Cut to today, where much of Pixar's lineup is now sequels instead of more original films. Even Walt Disney Animation Studios is now jumping on the bandwagon, with the recent "Ralph Breaks the Internet" and the upcoming "Frozen 2." Some of these sequels are good, but animated features used to be less sequel-dependent than live-action blockbusters.
HP was not even a great movie :D
Saving private ryan is not shaky cam, its handheld cam. Theres a difference.
Must be a rule in cinema: dont copy Spielberg
Agreed but what about The Hobbit? That’s a super short - well, for Tolkien 😬 - YA book that was watered down & stretched to oblivion to make it a trilogy. 😒
No way it was final destination the 3d version was the best
I think harry potter's ending was divided into two parts because they could not cover whole novel into one movie.
Men in Black started a rise in Buddy movies. A few were good, but for every good one, you got an RIPD, which looked it was made from the shreds on MIB's cutting room floor.
What about all those reboots, where the studios starting the story from zero again to tell it a little bit different with different actors? Was it Spiderman who started this?
When was the last time there was a truly brilliant movie twist? Like 2006,when the prestige came out?
Anything with Leftist politics in it is ruined. You could include all of those in the "sequel" for this video.
The Matrix and bullet time. By the time the sequel came out I and everyone else in the universe was over it.
That last line..... " And that is just, so annoying". Great line.
Besides the whole shared universe thing, marvel also brought back after credits scenes, people will stay to the end of anything now just to make sure
Jules never remove your hat again
i think "THor: The Dark World" is an okay title and film.
Deathly hallows did need to be 2 parts. Others no. At all. Specially mockingjay
>Avatar>Great MovieExcuse me?
Sorry but it a great movie
Despite Mockingjay not needing a two parter, I was happy with what we got, because both parts were close to the book. When it comes to the 2 parter for teh DIVERGENT series I think it backfired , because the part one was so dreadful and rewritten from the book that part two never happened (and don't give me nonsense about a mini series to wrap it up).!!!
BOONDOCK SAINTS was a great movie. I myself really liked it. Hope the 3rd one actually happens.
inception did this too, now every action sequence needs a deep singular rumbling noise played over and over again, yay
Not defending breaking dawn but wasn’t the last book literally in two parts?
So the “Dark world” thing was something maleikith referenced in the comics...he references it in the movies as well
How does this video not include The Matrix ruining action & sci-fi films for decades?
Splitting the final movie in two is fine if it is a great story and two well made movies.
I can’t watch 3D because I get migraines when I try but I feel like Avatar might be worth it
Die hard was a great movie and now there is so many movies similar to it that I've lost count
"The Matrix", made all actions movies that followed go for the most impossible action sequences. It was fine in "The Matrix", because in the actual plot they were in a giant computer simulation but in all other movies that tried to out do them -- seeing someone do these similar impossible things because they are a trained spy and some shit just makes it impossible for me to suspend my disbelief enough to enjoy the movie.
Also, Avatar coming out the same day as The Princess and the Frog meant that fewer people went to see Princess compared with if it had come out at another time with less competition. As such, Disney thought that 2D animation was not so profitable and ceased doing it. Every other animation studio followed suit.
What is "Heaven's Gate" doing on this list? Also, Harry Potter's last book was definitely big enough for 2 movies - and even if it wasn't we could easily blame "Spiderman 3" for proving the opposite - that one movie can;t contain enough material for 2 stories.
Splitting movies in two... Wasn't Kill Bill that started the trend?
The Blair Witch Project and the Paranormal Activity films, followed by all the shitty handheld camera cash-in movies. I don't watch a haunted house/ghost/possession movie for the characters or character development. EVERY P.A. film set up the characters/families as being normal, doing everyday things for the first 30-60 minutes. To me it felt like watching an episode or two of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, until spooky things started to happen. Corny dialogue too, and they tried too hard to set up twists and surprise endings.
I don’t think the 3D in Avatar is anything special, the film that made me interested in 3D was My Bloody Valentine which had more convincing 3D than boring Avatar.
Movies based on books should be split up if they can’t fit all the development and key details in the story into a 2 and a half hour block.
Definitely disagree with the two-parter point. Sometimes it is necessary to have two movies. Deathly Hallows was definitely one of those times as there was a lot of source material to work with. Movies like Mockingjay and Twilight definitely did not need two-parters.
You thought HEAVEN'S GATE was a great movie? It was four painful hours of pretentious self-indulgence!
No.3 was unreasonable. Subtitles are kinda cool. They aren't useless
Fight sequences with camera changes.
Cinematic Universe concept.
There's a difference between shaky cam and hand held camera work. Saving Private Ryan uses hand held camera work.
So according to you, Steven Spielberg - the most successful director in history - has destroyed cinema??? Fucking idiots!
I wouldn’t e surprised if more rated R superhero movies come out, Deadpool’s 1 and 2, and Logan
So he doesn't like it when a sequel is followed by a number, but he also doesn't like it when a sequel has a subtitle. Interesting...
Pulp fiction was crap
I think Bryan Adams song from robin hood and Whitney Houstons song from the bodyguard was when the song from movies became huge again in the 90s !!! Especially I will always love you as it was number 1 for months!!
and then there's the hobbit...
I have to disagree with 3. I think sequels should have interesting names and GET RID OF the stupid first half of the title Episode IV or Hunger Games. Everything. Error the colon can go. As for point 1, I think Deathly Hallows (the book) has enough content to justify 2 parts (but not the way the movie did it). Hunger Games and Twilight absolutely could have finished the story in one movie. There is no cinematic reason Breaking Dawn needed to be 2 movies at all.
Deathly Hallows was the only film that had any real reason to be split in 2. They needed to put as much detail as possible in it from the books so that the fans(who a lot of have been fans of the books and films since they were very young) wouldn’t feel cheated out of an amazing film adaptation of a massive book. The ones that followed, however, were completely unnecessary and only done as a way to make twice the money.
I think hobbit is the one that did it the worst out of all movies that got split into multiple parts.
I also agree that H.P. 7 didn't need the split... H.P. 5 on the other hand... That book gave readers sooo much character progression and important information and is the longest book but the film is the shortest in the series and doesn't really do anything for the characters :/
Aaah so now I know which film to blame for shaky cam! It makes me feel sooo motion sick, I hate it :(
Dude, these aren’t video games, people are happy to have one film turned into two full length films. No one is complaining 🤷🏻♂️
3:20 NOPE! What Spielberg used in Saving Private Ryan was basically handheld stabilized camera. If you want to blame someone for shaky cam, blame Paul Greengrass and Bourne trilogy. The problem isn't shaky cam itself, handheld even less, but bad directors using shaky cam to hide bad acting.
Another reason Jaws was such a hit was it was the first big summer release after cinemas began air-conditioning. The cinema wasn’t just a fun place to go; it was also nice and cool during a hot summer.
From 1991 with Bryan Adams 'everything I Do' from robin hood Prince of thieves,' 1992 Whitney Houston ' I will always love you' from the bodyguard etc.. . I doubt there is 1 year during the 90s that there wasn't a blockbuster film whose theme song dominated the charts. Unfortunately I am old enough to remember titanic being released and at the time no one was surprised that it had a song released that did well in the charts because it was an extreamly well established gimic. Before that I'm fairly sure all the James bond films had an accompanying song that more often that not topped the charts and they have been since the 60s. The 80s had it's fair share of film theme songs that topped the charts, rockys eye of the tiger being an obvious example. I haven't researched this topic these are just the examples that came to mind when titanic was credited in the video as influencing movie/song releases. I'm guessing whoever researched this is young and not very knowledgeable on film/music.
The Matrix .. There was a copy cat thread and all action movies after the matrix had to have that slow-mo 360 camera view effect
Pretty sure The Usual Suspects started the twist trend
One thing missed which is slightly connected to the "making movie themes cool again" is the family movies requiring a big song and dance finale. I'm not sure what started it, maybe Shrek? But it is just the worst goddamn trend. A kids movie doesn't need that to be good. In fact it seems the really good ones don't have it. Then you get shite like the Lego movie which because it is so shite, has to put in a big song at the end to make you think the movie was OK because the song is catchy. I HATE IT!
I think that splitting the Deathly Hallows into two parts was actually a smart choice simply because the movie would've been way too long for the audience to sit through. Our attention spans aren't that great so sitting through a 6 or 7 hour movie would get really old really quick. It's been a handful of movies that were over 2 hours long such as Ray, Titanic, Avatar & The GodFather pt 2. But seven hours is a bit much dontcha think?. I feel that the Deathly Hallows films were an awesome end to the series that I grew up on. #Potterheadforlife 💕🍻😁
Okay I get the split sucks nowadays but dude Harry Potter and the deathly hallows took me forever to read, that book is super thicc
The PC SJW Feminist movement has killed the cinema, all films are formula products now, safe bets, watered down remakes of better movies, horror movies by safe numbers, films awkwardly upgrading women into the stronger roles and men looking weak (not that this is a bad thing at all if it adds to the movie but now its simply to combat the alleged male privilege issue) and all films desperately trying to be diverse and PC, to the extent an actor can not act the role unless he is politically, nationality and diverse enough to do it,,,,,which defeats casting the actor to,,,,well, act basically.all in all the cinema is dull and very predictable today.
That's why we download illegally because we've had enough paying good money for half a story or waiting ages for a sequel only for it to be nothing like the first!
To be honest, most these complaints are bullshit. Reason: Avengers 3 and 4.
I don't get the OT Star Wars thing. All of the titles from the OT made perfect sense and were quite basic and descriptive. I get that you are claiming that they were great movies but started a bad trend, but I don't see how we can level the blame on them. If anything, they would have bucked the trend...
The last four Harry Potter books should have been cut in half, but ya the others didn't need it and was just a cash grab. Like Divergent, they hoped to cash in and then never finished, that really pissed me off. I wish all these book series would do it all at once like with the Lord of the Rings or just do them as TV series like Game of Thrones.
Ohh come on Harry potter split was justified, there is no way they would have covered all the plots in movie..
Thanks, Jaws, for introducing the world to mass saturation. Now I can't walk 3ft down the street without seeing some bullshit poster for a bullshit film with a bullshit name... like Despicable Me
Hunger Games and Twilight no but Harry Potter is needed to properly included all parts of the book.
To be fair, Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows actually did need two movies to tell the story properly. In fact, it could be argued that most of the Harry Potter movies could have benefitted from the split-in-two treatment since there was A LOT of the story from the books that never made it into the movies. Just saying.
Ugh...where's your one per list?
It's quite the stretch to call any of the harry potter films "great"
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