Hurrah! I’m half-way done with this mind-numbing project. If you guys have been paying attention, I’m a few days behind, but I assure you, I’ll fix that soon. I figured now would be a good time to give my personal opinion of this series. While it’s certainly fun, I’ve noticed that it is extremely difficult to post the movies/games in a good order, as there are some movies/games that should probably be ranked higher or lower than I put them on here. So here’s what I’m going to do. I’ll continue this series normally, and then on January 1st, I’ll release two lists. One with the 30 Movies and Games in the order I posted them on here, and then another that has all of them in a more revised list with better planning. I probably shouldn’t say this, but I didn’t plan ahead on this series at all. So I’m kind of winging it every day. Anyway, onto #15!
#15 Movie: Spinal Tap
Yes, I’ve been wanting to put this on here for awhile! This is the movie that inspired me to make my Top ______ Ever lists go to 11! This was the first popular ‘mockumentery’ film, and had tons of humor that only musicians would get (I know this because my father was in a band). This movie has tons of little interesting facts, for example, the three main actors were actually taught how to play instruments for their roles. And almost none of the actors are British, despite it being a British band. There are tons of hilarious scenes throughout the movie, such as the Stonehenge scene and the scene where their drummer explodes.
#15 Game: Sly 2: Band of Thieves
While some of you may be angry at my choice of putting Sly Cooper in the Top 15 and not Shadow of the Colossus, I personally have played this title for at least 150+ hours. Sucker Punch struck stealthy platforming gold when the released the original Sly Cooper, and they took a risky chance when they altered the game for Sly 2. Ultimately, Sly 2 beat out the other entries in the Sly series by having a much better story, perfectly structured levels, the ability to play as 3 different characters, and the fun missions. You can experience this amazing game, and it’s sequels, in HD, for yourself in the Sly Cooper Collection for PS3.