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rockfan's avatar

What recent movies do you think will be regarded as classics in a couple decades?

Asked by rockfan (11738points) 1 month ago from iPhone

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ragingloli's avatar

Blade Runner 2049, The Vast of Night, The Invisible Man, Ghost of Tsushima, Trolls World Tour.

janbb's avatar

Moonlight
Room
First Cow
The Florida Project
The Irishman

Among others that I can’t recall right now.

SEKA's avatar

Although I’ve not watched any of them and I’m going strictly by what I’ve heard, I’m guessing that the Fast and Furious franchise will be on the list

rockfan's avatar

@janbb

Definitely agree with Room, that was the most cathartic experience I’ve ever had in a movie theater

janbb's avatar

@rockfan I was blown away by it.

SEKA's avatar

I haven’t heard of The Room so I went to add it to my list of upcoming events. I’ve found something like 4 of them with the same name. What year, who starred, who directed? Please fill me in. I love finding those hidden gems

janbb's avatar

It’s just “Room” with Bree Larsen as star. Around 2016. I forget the director.

SEKA's avatar

^ Thanks. That was one that I found. I’ll go back and add it to my list. The diretcor was Lenny Abrahamson. I just reserved it to watch this evening or tomorrow at the latest

janbb's avatar

^^ Cool!

SEKA's avatar

I’ve discovered several great movies by perusing Q’s like this one and listening to the opinions. When enough of the members are excited about it, it’s usually worth checking out. Anyway, I do know where the stop button is if it doesn’t meet my expectation; but to date, I’ve never had to hit that button

Caravanfan's avatar

In addition to some of what have been mentioned: Mad Max Fury Road

filmfann's avatar

Two Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri
Bad Times At The El Royale
Cop Car
Crawl
Ford v Ferrari

rockfan's avatar

@janbb Just a heads up, Room is an extremely harrowing and gut wrenching film. It’s best to be prepared.

janbb's avatar

^^ You meant that for @Seka. I’m the one who recommended it.

rockfan's avatar

I’ll add some to the list:

Parasite
The Farewell
Sicario
Brooklyn

janbb's avatar

“Embrace of the Serpent” and “Birds of Paradise” were tow films set in South America that were outstanding!

lastexit's avatar

The Joker
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Room
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