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Intellectual Stimulation In American Cinema

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Kagus:
And of course, "intelligence" is relative.  There are people who think that "Saw" was a brilliantly executed film.

And then come the works of Quentin Tarantino, which most people seem to think are staggeringly intelligent works of art.  I don't particularly agree.  In fact, I vehemently disagree.

Cthulhu:
I've never seen a Quentin Tarantino movie, and I never will.

Most popular movies nowadays seem to be two-hour torture films and legal snuff, I saw The Strangers a few weeks ago, and laughed out loud it was so hideously bad.

Don't worry though, we don't have it as bad as some peoplehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pskmUb_duUY.

Kagus:
Bwahahaha!  That RPG was priceless...

Cthulhu:
I liked how the subtitles were in Turkish.

umiman:
This is quite unfair, the way you pose your question. 80% of anything is usually mediocre, bordering crap. Unless of course, it's such a thing that it can't be graded. You even stated that you're not considering the 10% which are good. So what on earth are we left with?

Your question would have gotten the same answers if you took away the "American" part.

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