Top 10 Movies that Changed Cinema the Most
So I was really child when this movie was in screen but I become to know this it was in T.V. is really impressive.
To say nothing of the artificial technic is supremely on this age and also most of key point of this movie is obvious evil thing,"Dark side".
This is really easy to understand theme all over the world.
Influential? Yes! You'd be hard-pressed to find a more influential film. However, it is not the most influential for cinema but for pop-culture itself. If this is the most influential film that changed cinema then surely the very film that influenced it "The Hidden Fortress" should be number 1.
It didn't "change cinema", it just brought up a sycophantic fanbase and a bunch of crap movies after the first three. So sick of people praising this.
It did change cinema, it become the most iconic movie franchise of all time besides James Bond. And you're complaining about the prequel trilogy? Just think how great the first three were. And the fanbase isn't terrible... at all.
The movie that defines summer blockbusters, Star Wars is probably the most iconic and recognized movie of all time.
When Citizen Kane came out, no one had ever seen the types of shots it used before and never really seen a story presented in such a way before. In the 30s and 40s, most films had basic cinematography and generally stuck to the film noir style. Citizen Kane proved that you didn't need a fantasy world or a grand event in order to make a compelling epic. This is a film that everybody in their life should see at least once.
The thing is, as brilliant as it is, most of Orson Welles' work, including this movie, wasn't considered very good when initially released. Its praise came decades later, also there were many years of movie history before it.
That doesn't change it is one of the best movies out there.
The movie that brought the nonlinear storytelling and is considered by many as the best film ever.
As the first blockbuster ever, this movie is specially known for his innovative techniques and storytelling, unusual for the time.
Before this movie, such storytelling was not common in movies. It was more just scenes before this one.
The first major summer blockbuster. It's also the main reason why people are afraid of sharks.
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The movie that took the nonlinear storytelling and turned it into perfection, with the great monologues and violence, which led to a lot of filmmakers using that technique.
Psycho popularized the twist ending. It pretty much set the standard for twists that movies like The Sixth Sense and The Usual Suspects are trying to live up to. In addition, the film was a landmark in terms of the violence and "sexual content" that can be showed on screen.
Using unique and unusual camera work for it's time, this movie is considered as the first action movie, as well as the first western.
No question here. The first computer animated film ever made and the arrival of one of the greatest film studios of all time.
The first computer animated movie. It's also the greatest animated movie of all time (for me)
The first computer animated movie, and one of the greatest animated films ever.
I try to watch this every week. I've nearly memorized it by now.
This is one of the first movies to use CGI on a large-scale, laying the groundwork for future blockbusters.
Probably the best Dinosaur film of all time.
It changed the industry for the worse in my opinion. The only real summer blockbusters you see these days are stale superhero movies and reboots. To emulate this point, in 2017 we will get:
The TENTH X-Men movie and the THIRD to specifically focus on Wolverine.
ANOTHER Power Rangers reboot
ANOTHER Guardians of the Galaxy movie
ANOTHER Spider-Man reboot
ANOTHER Thor movie
ANOTHER terrible Zack Snyder DC movie
I know that I might be alone on this one, but I'm just so sick of these superhero movies. All of them use pretty much use the same exact formula and are only made in order to make money. Which they do. They make BILLIONS of dollars each year and fool audiences into thinking that what they're watching is "smart" or "deep" when it's just a bunch of dweebs in silly costumes punching each other. Hollywood has milked this genre for far too long. What happened to originality in our movies?
What about all the experienced movie critics who praise the movies? Stop acting like a know-it-all.
The film that began the MCU, one of the most ambitious film undertakings in history. Translating an interconnected universe like that of marvel comics to a film series was no small undertaking, but Iron man proved with its tremendous success that it was indeed worth a shot. The rest is history.
I don't even doubt it started some sort of movement in recent film history, and maybe in a few decades this will be a classic movie, who knows, but in my opinion, and that is not because I don't like the film, any movie of the 21st century is too young to fully see its impact.
The movie that started the marvel cinametic universe, one of biggest movie franchises ever, and open the door for the shared movie universes we see today.
What a stupid list. Several of the films on here did not start anything. They only popularized it, which is not the same thing. Michael Jackson popularized music, but he didn't start music videos, stylish costumes, long songs, nor synchronized dancing.
The first full length animated movie and the first disney movie.
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I knew this was gonna be in here, but actually, there was an anime movie called Akira that inspired this.
The wachowski brothers used some innovative technology combined with a creative story and great choreography, that led to a lot of immitations.
Before this movie, WWII movies used to be little more than glorified action movies that happened to take place in a real conflict. Saving private Ryan was the first successful film that showed the true nature of war in all its horrors; blood, gore, and the brutal reality of war are all put on full display in this grungy, solemn epic. WWII movies and war films in general were changed forever by this film.
"Cannibal Holocaust" was first success film using "found footage film technique"
The movie that popularized the found footage film technique, which was also used in later films such as "Cloverfield", "Paranormal Activity" and "Project X"
It was one of those films that honestly made my stomach turn while I watched this movie.
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Beside JP and The Blair Witch this should be in the TOP 3 at least.
JP had the CGI, Blair Witch had the fake documentary, Avatar has the real 3D.
If even you you didn't like it you have to agree with that no movie showed you the 3D that Avatar showed.
7-8 years passed and it's visual is still the best of all the time. ( by the way after Avatar people started creating more "3D" movies.. )
It's impossible to deny how much Avengeres has revolutionized the superhero movie genre.
Everyone's trying to make a shared cinematic universe now.
You can never compete with the greatest movie of all time.