EDITORIAL: BatmanHeisenberg’s Top Ten Movies Ever

EDITORIAL: BatmanHeisenberg’s</i> Top Ten Movies Ever

The history of cinema is vast, and large. And this site is dedicated to a certain sector of them. I know for a fact you have been wondering for the near year I’ve been here that you want to know and see BatmanHeisenberg’s top ten movie list. Hit the jump to read someone else’s opinion you so want to know!

I would start the article out with foreplay and a little history lesson or some shit to get you started and warmed up. But guess what?

So yeah. Also, if you disagree, post a list in the comments or whatever. Or don’t. Or propose to Intruder or Gusto. God knows they need it. I don’t give a [frick]. Wow, I am going on longer than I thought I would. Bad news, not going in dry. Might contain some spoilers. Anyway, enough foreplay, here’s the list:

#11: Anchorman

What? An 11? What the hell? That’s cheating! Yes it is, and Yup, I wanted to include it,and I love it. 70’s was so classy. Nothing like hairy chests, the Vietnam War and disco and Queen. But yeah, I love Ron Burgundy, and I love this movie.

#10: Forrest Gump

You might be like, what the hell BatmanHeisenberg. SO GENERIC. So what? The reason for it being so generic is that it deserves it. It’s amazing. Maybe not the Oscar, but nonetheless I love it. Got it?

#9: A Clockwork Orange

Cult classic. Absolutely amazing. I mean, I’d be pretty [frick]ed up to if I was subjected to Nazi videos and rape videos. But yeah, it has some great deep meanings and stuff. I love it a lot.

#8: Reservoir Dogs

Most of it takes place in a warehouse. It’s great. I can tell you personally that an earcutting scene really brightens my mood. Just does. Call me a whackjob, but I disagree. But yeah, great movie.

#7: Inglorious Basterds

I hate Nazis. I think most sane(even insane) people can agree they’re not the best people to go out and get roofied with. Maybe that’s just me. But I just love Tarantino, and I love seeing Hitler turned into a pile of swiss cheese.

#6: Star Wars Trilogy(Original, not the [frick]ed up “prequels”)

Yup, here begins some cheating. I don’t care. It’s amazing. I love all three. Sure, the ewoks weren’t amazing, but hey, it’s still awesome.

#5: Django Unchained

As much as I hate Nazi’s, I hate Confederates around the same. Sure, they didn’t commit a genocide against a race of people, the committed slavery though. And seeing an all star cast like this do it? Awesome. I mean, I love seeing people ripped apart by bullets ina spaghetti western style. Did I mention the awesome cast?

#4: Lord of the Rings Trilogy

Yup. More cheating. Great epic fantasy. I love the epic fantasy fight scenes. The epic dialogue. The landscape and world. And the fact that Gollum looks worse than a crack addict. Jeez. He looks worse than Gusto’s 5th ex-wife.

#3: Terminator 2: Judgement Day

Great movie. Epic score. Great action scenes. Revolutionary special effects. Near perfect all around. Maybe not a perfect time travel logic, but otherwise great. Plus seeing someone decompose instantly by a nuke is always great.

#2: The Dark Knight Trilogy

Amazing. Epic. Absolute perfection in my eyes. I consider it to be the long journey of a single man. Just great. It is sad about his ongoing fight with throat cancer.

#1: TIE: Pulp Fiction and The Shawshank Redemption

Yup. A tie. I love both so equally. Shawshank is a capture of the human spirit, and Pulp Fiction is just [frick]ing awesome. I mean, Pulp Fiction is just plain awesome. Amazing movie soundtrack, amazing cast, great dialogue, everything. And lots of ridiculous things happening, like someone getting raped by a hillbilly. And a cameo from Gusto as the gimp, of course. And Shawshank is just a wonderful masterpiece that shows the spirit of the human soul.

That wraps it up. I would make an epic ending, but I don’t feel like it. So just comment, I guess.
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BatmanHeisenberg - 6/28/2014, 10:48 PM
Damn, I wrote a long teaser.
MileHighRonin - 6/28/2014, 11:22 PM
Nice list, every one of those films are good. Love that you have clock work orange. That film is great. Have to have an open mind for a film like that. And trilogy's like LotR and Nolan's trilogy should be considered one long film. Like The Godfather, to me it's more than just a sequal. Same as Kill Bill, yes there are 2 volumes but it's one continuous story. They are not making sequels just to make them, they are completing one epic story. I cannot name my favorite 20, would drive myself crazy trying to decide. I bet it took awhile to narrow it down. Great read. I AM GROOT!!!
BatmanHeisenberg - 6/28/2014, 11:26 PM
Thanks. I disagree and agree about Kill Bill though. One one hand, yes, it is a continuous story. On the other, Vol. 1 is a stylized action flick while the other is a drama focused film. I prefer the first, but I did enjoy the second. Like the huge fight between the Bride and Bill was supposed to be epic, but all it turned into is dialogue, a couple slashes of the sword and 5 pokes. Meh. I wanted to see something like how she was able to kill 80 some guys and then just slashed her sword, removing the blood off her katana. Just EPIC.
QuestionDAnswer - 6/29/2014, 12:23 AM
Great list.

My top 10 would go something like this.

10. Gladiator
9. The Innocents
8. The Good, the bad and the ugly
7. The Dark Knight
6. There Will Be Blood
5. Taxi Driver
4. Blade Runner
3. Pulp Fiction
2. Goodfellas
1. Vertigo

You're right about the TDK trilogy being one great long story, but I just couldn't cheat. Here's to you.

BTW, here's your favorite scene in Reservoir Dogs.
Vegeta - 6/29/2014, 1:15 AM
Nice list BatManHeisenberg!

Top 5 Movies of All Time
1) Scarface
2) Blade Runner
3) Eddie Murphy Raw
4) The Dark Knight
Mike89 - 6/29/2014, 1:25 AM
Top 3

1. Shawshank Redemption
2. TDK trilogy
3. Star Wars Original Trilogy.

great list btw.
SidDaAstroSloth - 6/29/2014, 1:54 AM
So..a too 10 lost comprised of 18 movies huh?
staypuffed - 6/29/2014, 2:30 AM
I'm only slightly ashamed to admit I haven't seen most of these movies (Tarantino really isn't for me). I laughed my butt off when I saw that Ewok, though.
The Dark Knight is my numero uno, now and forever.
Lhornbk - 6/29/2014, 2:48 AM
Ummm.......yeah......a lot of these movies not only are not in my top ten, I don't even think they're that good. Just watched Django Unchained a couple of nights ago, and it, along with most Quentin Tarantino movies, was vastly overrated. As is Shawshank Redemption, as is A Clockwork Orange, as is Reservoir Dogs. I liked Batman Begins and TDK, but TDKR dragged the trilogy down out of my top ten if you're considering it one long movie, which is understandable, although in that trilogy's case I don't agree. I might put TDK in my top ten list by itself. I will agree with Star Wars basically being one long movie (all 6) and LotR too, and can agree with both being in a top ten. Forrest Gump is excellent, but don't know if it's in my top ten or not, as is T2. As for Anchorman it, along with all other Will Ferrell movies (except Elf), would be in my top ten to top twenty worst movies ever list.
Jollem - 6/29/2014, 4:09 AM
1. cannibal campout
2. stop! or my mom will shoot
3. the land before time 7
4. tetsuo: the iron man
5. cabin boy
6. house party 3
7. exit to eden
8. chopper chicks in zombietown
9. lightning jack
10. brain smasher...a love story
MrSotoMan - 6/29/2014, 5:29 AM

It is really hard to stay with favorites. I just love movies in general period. But my all time favorite will always be

MightyZeus - 6/29/2014, 6:34 AM
Great movies. Great list. Great everything, i'll give it a thumbs up.

Since everyone's doing it, my list:
10. Reservoir Dogs
9. Kill Bill Vol 1
8. Alien / Aliens
7. Blade / Blade 2
6. Man of Steel
5. Django Unchained
4. Terminator 2
3. Star Wars Trilogy( Not the prequels)
2. The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
1. The Dark Knight Trilogy
HulkOnion - 6/29/2014, 7:21 AM


Mostly because im a 6 year old faggot who just as well grew up with the MCU.

Sorta like you kiddos did with Batman TAS. It has the same effect.
HulkOnion - 6/29/2014, 7:23 AM
If you want a top 5..

1. Avengers
2.Cap TWS
3. Pacific Rim
4. Man of Steel
5. Xmen DOFP
UltimateCookie - 6/29/2014, 7:57 AM
As far as my personal favorites I would have to say

1. Forest Gump
2. Kill Bill Vol. 1 & 2
3. Inglorious Basterds
4. Star Wars
6. Almost Famous
7. X-Men
8. The Departed
9. Planet of the Apes (newest franchise)
10. Django Unchained
CombatWombat - 6/29/2014, 8:23 AM
Pulp Fiction is incredibly overrated…
CombatWombat - 6/29/2014, 8:27 AM
in no particular order

To Kill a Mockingbird
Cool Hand Luke
Raging Bull
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Wizard of Oz
The French Connection
12 Angry Men
Apocalypse Now
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
codydriscollsrightarm - 6/29/2014, 8:30 AM
Most of these lists here make me really sad.

Here's mine:

10. La Heina
9. À bout de souffle
8. City of God
6.The Dark Knight
5. Raiders of the Los Ark
3. Empire Strikes Back
2. Magnolia
1. Pulp Fiction
codydriscollsrightarm - 6/29/2014, 8:31 AM

disagree about pulp fiction, but I love your list.
TheHeroGothamDeserves - 6/29/2014, 8:32 AM
Have you seen Braveheart? Coz I would kill you if you have.
codydriscollsrightarm - 6/29/2014, 8:39 AM
Am I the only one here to watch movie with subtitles? Honestly people...
DaVinci31 - 6/29/2014, 8:49 AM
*See's the meme at the beginning of the editorial*

*Spends the next 5 minutes laughing*

DaniDeSanta - 6/29/2014, 9:30 AM
My Top 14 Movies Ever:

14. Frozen.
13. Tie between Who Framed Roger Rabbit and The Lego Movie.
12. Reservoir Dogs.
11. Tie between Superman 1 and Man of Steel.
10. Django Unchained.
9. The Terminator.
8 Tie between Toy Story 1 and Shrek 1.
7. The Dark Knight.
6. Wall-E.
5. Tie between The Incredible Hulk, The Avengers and X-Men Days of Future Past.
4. Gremlins 1.
3. Tie between Star Wars Original Trilogy and Lord of The Rings Trilogy.
2. Alien (1979).
1. Tie between Jurassic Park and The Adventures of Tintin (since there are both directed by Spielberg).
BatmanHeisenberg - 6/29/2014, 9:46 AM
Thanks all for your responses!
AC1 - 6/29/2014, 10:59 AM
Nice list, some really great films there and some that I still need to see. Here's mine:

10) The Dark Knight Trilogy
9) No Country For Old Men/ Inside Llewyn Davis
8) Psycho/ Vertigo
7) Se7en/ The Town
6) Star Wars: A New Hope/The Empire Strikes Back
5) Inception
4) Heat
3) Pulp Fiction/ Django Unchained
2) The Place Beyond The Pines
1) Taxi Driver/ Drive

So yeah... I know that's 15 (counting series' and trilogies as one large story) but you know... "tomato/tomato" (that saying doesn't really work as text, does it?)
AC1 - 6/29/2014, 11:56 AM
@codydriscollsrightarm you're not the only one, really enjoyed both Breathless and La Haine, as well as Caché (Hidden), The 400 Blows is pretty good too, also liked the original Django (although I can't remember whether it was subtitled or dubbed, it's been a while), The Raid's pretty good (in a cliche but well executed action movie kind of way), The Battle of Algiers was good in places (although very long, which makes it a bit more difficult with the subtitles). I've also seen Three Colours: White (which was great), and want to see the other two when I get the chance, The Werckmeister Harmonies, Goodbye Lenin, Downfall, and Life is Beautiful were all quite good too. Also aiming to watch the original Oldboy, as well as this French Noir film which I can't remember the name of (which is going to make watching it very difficult to do). I don't mind watching films with subtitles, or foreign films, and often they're great, but overall I do prefer American (and sometimes British) movies; either the more serious, gritty dramas, or the really good blockbusters (where the likes of Empire Strikes Back and TDK Trilogy are the good end of the spectrum, while the likes of Transformers and The Phantom Menace are the bad end).

@SniktBub a lot of people on this site do. I wouldn't go that far though: I think he's quite talented actually, and he's a brilliant "idea guy" - I just think he needs someone else to help him out when he writes. I liked Man of Steel, but I'll admit there were some script issues including some really bad dialogue at times, so I think Goyer needs a co-writer to look over his work and polish it, you know? I mean, look at what he did with Chris and John Nolan - certainly not the work of a hack.
codydriscollsrightarm - 6/29/2014, 12:16 PM

Cheers, mate. You just brighten my day a little bit. As for preferring english language movies, there's nothing wrong with that. What bothers me is how some people totally ignore foreign language flicks just because... well, they're too lazy to read.

I like most of the movies you mentioned. Oldboy is fantastic, but I can only watch it once every few years because it'll leave me wrecked. Have you seen "The Man from Nowhere"? It's an awesome action/thriller 'popcorn' south korean flick.

PS: I can't believe I [frick]ing forgot "Seven Samurai". Shame on me. SHAME. ON. ME.
Nick56 - 6/29/2014, 1:25 PM
my top 10

1. Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
2. The Dark Knight
3. Halloween (1978)
4. Ferris Bueller's Day Off
5. The Thing (1982)
6. Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade
7. Jaws
8. Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
9. Spider-Man 2
10. The Return Of The Pink Panther
DeusExSponge - 6/29/2014, 2:08 PM
I won't make a list since it's so hard to choose and make a "top movies" list. But I will say that Terminator 2 will always be one of my favourites!
TheDuck - 6/29/2014, 3:20 PM
"Top 10 movies"

Has 16 movies on the list
BatmanHeisenberg - 6/29/2014, 4:33 PM
Don't like how many movies? IDGAF.
codydriscollsrightarm - 6/29/2014, 9:07 PM
[frick]... Yeah. "Halloween", what a masterpiece. By far my favorite slasher.
rohan - 6/30/2014, 5:07 AM
1. Fight Club
2. The Godfather
3. The Fountain
4. Pulp Fiction/ In Bruges
5. Vertigo
6. Seven/ Usual Suspects
7. The Prestige/ Memento
8. A tale of two sisters
9. Heat/ TDK
10. Schindler's List/ Pianist
Vortigar - 6/30/2014, 5:43 AM
I still think Reservoir Dogs is Tarantino's best.

The Shadow <3
nibs - 6/30/2014, 1:23 PM
No comedies? I hate pretty much every list I see on here. To me, most dramas come off pretty corny or prejudicial.

I'm sure I'm missing some but here's a top 6:

1) Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar Movie
2/3/4) The Comedy/Brothers Solomon/Whatever Works
5) Batman Begins
6) Man of Steel/Iron Man
BatmanHeisenberg - 6/30/2014, 9:53 PM

I put Anchorman on my list.
SomTingWong - 7/1/2014, 6:05 PM
1. Taxi Driver
2. The Lord of The Rings: The Fellowship of The Ring (I'm not cheating)
3. Vertigo
4. Raging Bull
5. Inglourious Basterds
6. The Social Network
7. Citizen Kane
8. The Dark Knight
10. A Beautiful Mind

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