• Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About dc20willsave

  • Birthday 04/14/1985

Contact Methods

  • AIM
  • Website URL
  • ICQ
  • Skype

Profile Information

  • Location
    Dayton, OH

Recent Profile Visitors

17,263 profile views

dc20willsave's Achievements

The New Guy

The New Guy (1/8)

  1. I've been debating what to make next year's Film Project. After doing all the Disney films this year, watching all the Bond Films (plus the handful of unofficials) seems like a fun (and less time-consuming) idea.
  2. Clue, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Ferngully: The Last Rainforest
  3. Rick Morranis - Little Shop of Horrors, Honey I Shrunk The Kids, Little Giants
  4. I honestly can't remember what I said if I'm being honest.
  5. The Three Caballeros: A marked improvement over Saludos Amigos!. It's still not the greatest film but has some good (yet trippy) visuals. The Beautician and the Beast: Still don't know if I liked it or not though Rodger and Hammerstein's Cinderella: Definitely one of the best adaptations and was definitely ahead of its time. I'm not usually a Rodger and Hammerstein fan but definitely has some of their better music! Crazy Rich Asians: I was in a rom-com mood so sure, what the hell. It's a nice film and I would watch Michelle Yeoh in anything. Make Mine Music: It's another package film. They do some interesting things here and there but, overall, it's definitely a case where the parts are better than the whole. One Night in Miami: Regina King is a phenomenal Director and her cast scores a touchdown! I know what I'm currently cheering for at the Oscars. Nosferatu: German Expressionism at it's finest! Lots of striking uses of shadow. As for the acting, it's Silent Film acting. Their expressions have to do the talking. Fun and Fancy Free: It's like someone at Disney said, "Hey, we have this Mickey and The Beanstalk film but we need to pad the runtime. Anyone got anything?" "Yeah, I got a cartoon about bears showing love through physical abuse!" "Perfect!" Films: 34
  6. Saludos Amigos: It's the first of Disney's Package Films. It's pretty average. Scoob!: It's okay, nothing special. Like, it's transparently yet another attempt to create a cinematic universe and, as a result, most of Mystery Inc feels like extras in their own film. Push: I like this film for the potential it held than for the film itself. The world is more interesting than the film itself but the stars still do a fairly decent job with what they got. Groundhog Day: One of my absolute favorite films. It's funny, well-directed, just great on so many levels! Billy Murray deserves all the praise but special praise goes to Andie MacDowell as well! I love the perfect run at the end! Teen Titans Go! vs Teen Titans: It's cute enough though the two animation styles never quite mesh. Still, the voice acting is more than enough to make it amusing. I guess your enjoyment comes down to how much you care for TTG. Mayhem: You really cringe seeing how fast the virus spreads in the film. Other than that, it's a fun film, very violent, and Steven Yeun and Samara Weaving are just perfection! Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory: It's a classic for a reason. It's whimsical, the songs are great, full of imagination, and you can tell people are having fun. Happy Death Day: It's a fun take on the Groundhog Day formula. I always have fun with Time Loop films but just the way it works and also the twist during The Perfect Run are a big factor in why this is one of my favorite slashers. Clue: One of the all-time great comedies of all time! Also, one of the hand full of films that I can quote from memory. Madeline Khan is just all kinds of perfect in the film. Tim Curry is also pretty damn good! Films: 26
  7. Been bad with keeping up with things in this thread. Pinocchio: In a lot of ways, this is an improvement over Snow White. Some of the animation is really good (See Monstro), characters get personality, and the plot is only kind of a meandering trip. Wonder Woman: It's not a perfect film but definitely one of the best DC Comics films we've gotten. The No Man's Land sequence is one of the best action scenes in the last decade Anastasia: Once Upon a Time: It's a fucking time travel film where Anastasia is saved from death by time traveling to the 80s. It's somehow worse than it sounds. Wonder Woman 1984: It's not perfect but it's still a very fun film. Also, Cheetah is such a fun villain in the film and I really hope they use her in the sequel! Before Sunrise: The romantic in me loved the film. I liked how it's just these two people connecting over the course of a single night. Fantasia: The closest thing to experimental film that Disney gave us. Richly animated and the music choices are great to boot! Dumbo: First kind of, "It's Okay" Disney film so far. It's not bad but the plot is barely there. Also, it would be nice if it had been a little more racially sensitive but I've also seen much worse from Animation of this age. Booksmart: Still one of the smartest High-School sex comedies I have ever seen. Every part of the film is firing on all calendars! So many good performances also but Billie Lourde is just perfect in it at all points! Before Sunset: Julie Delpy is the rockstar here. So much of the film is good but then you just have the entire scene of her and Ethan Hawke in the car and it's just one of the best performances I've ever seen! I fucking love this film! Bambi: The music is good but the story is barely there and the animation has some moments where corners were cut. I can give or take it. Josie and the Pussycats: Lovingly self-aware, just bizarre enough, and it has literal living goddess Parker Posey! Just a pretty good film! Films: 17
  8. Like most men, I worship at the shrine of Parker Posey and she is amazing in this film!
  9. The Witches of Eastwick: Funny enough Supernatural Comedy. Just with the four leads we had, I feel like it should have been epic but still pretty entertaining! Oh, and that John Williams score! Pinocchio: Definitely a good follow-up to Snow White. Some of the animation is really good (See Monstro), characters get personality, and the plot is only kind of a meandering trip. Films: 6
  10. I, Tonya: Margot Robbie is going to get her Oscar eventually. Just the way that she captures Tonya Harding in the film is wonderful! Mank: It's Oscar Bait but at least somewhat interesting, especially any part with Amanda Seyfried. Bridget Jones's Diary: It's a yearly tradition to watch this during January. Renee Zellweger is pretty good in it. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Simple but beautiful. Also, to be commended for what it spawned. Films: 4
  11. Final count for 2020: I watched 300 films. This was helped along by the fact that I wasn't hanging out with friends on weekends and that I had the extra money for extra streaming services and the such. That said, I also watched like 70 something films in December alone. October helped it. I will also hopefully not hit 300 films next year but we'll see.
  12. Pretty Woman, Erin Brockovich, Eat, Pray, Love
  13. Spider-Man: Far From Home: I think I remember disliking it more but it holds up pretty well. Sister Act 2: Back in The Habit: I somehow didn't get to this until the last day of 2020. Wild. The Lion King 1 1/2: It's not a bad film, has a few moments where it kind of falters though. The Skeleton Twins: Kristen Wiig is going to win an Oscar by the end of the 20s. Good for her when it happens! The Wizard of Oz: One of my favorite films since I was young (what gay boy doesn't love it though). It's a classic for a reason. Films: 264 Documentaries: 1 Rewatches: 7 Mst3k/Rifftrax/Other Assisted: 28
  14. An Extremely Goofy Movie: I don't like that pretty much all of Max's Character Development from the first movie got pushed back but, otherwise, I enjoyed it quite a bit, especially all the 70s music throughout. Cinderella III: A Twist In Time: Probably the best of the Disney Straight to Video features. It helps that everyone gets better characterization and there are actual stakes at least. Frankenstein: It's a classic for a reason. Kentucky Fried Movie: One of my favorite, "Hey, we got a bunch of sketches, let's release it as a film" films. Zinc Oxide and You is a freaking treasure! Monty Python and The Holy Grail: Absurd, cheap, and wonderful for it! Films: 259 Documentaries: 1 Rewatches: 7 Mst3k/Rifftrax/Other Assisted: 28