The Greatest Movie Ever?

2019-01-06T03:16:01.000Z Honest Cash

Cain's idea to promote bitcoin cash (BCH), if I'm understanding it correctly, is for there to be a website where people can collaboratively create lists and use their BCH to help rank the items.  This is a really great idea, but it's something that could be easily done here on Honest Cash using two different methods… 

1. replies

2. tags   

The reply method would work as follows.  In this post I'm asking…  which is the greatest movie ever?  In a reply to this post you could share your answer… the ONE movie that you think is the greatest movie of all time.  Before doing so though you'd want to make sure that nobody else has already nominated the same movie.  If somebody else has already nominated the movie that you think is the greatest, then you'd give their reply some BCH.  Naturally we'd want to be able to sort the replies by BCH in order to quickly see the most valuable nominations.  

The tag method would involve people writing a post about the greatest movie ever and tagging it accordingly… #GreatestMovie.  Then we could click on this tag to see all the posts.  And of course we'd want to be able to sort the posts by BCH.  

In order for either method to work we would need to be able to spend any amount of money on our own replies/posts.  But when we did so, the money would go into Honest Cash's wallet.  This would kill two birds with one stone… reveal our valuations and help fund this website.  

What do you think?  Does this make sense?

Responses


Chungking Express

by @Xerographica

Chungking Express

This movie, directed and written by Wong Kar-wai, is the greatest movie ever.  Why?  It has an abundance of details and insights, many of which can be easily overlooked the first, and the second, and third time that you watch it, which is why it's the movie that I've watched the most times.  Plus, the cinematography is wonderful… there are so many great scenes.  Here's my very favorite

It's hard to get a good screenshot of this scene because in the foreground there are people rushing around while the cop and the lady are moving slowly.  Not only is this scene visually wonderful, but it is very poignant as well.  She's thinking about him, while he's thinking about a past love.  This scene has so much depth and richness.  Sadly my words can't do it justice.  

I wish that there were a lot more movies like Chungking Express.