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let's say... list your favourite movies of this past decade, i'm thinking 10 will do... what are yours?

 

i'll see if i can get together a list of my own now that i'm thinking about it.

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No particular order:

 

The Hurt Locker

Amelie

The Dark Knight

Iron Man

Black Hawk Down

The Bridge

The Departed

Gangs of New York

Pan's Labyrinth

Sympathy for Lady Vengeance

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Every marvel movie, and the two batmans. Nuff said.

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just watched The Departed again last night, such a great movie. Very well written.

The thing that frustrates me about The Departed is that Martin Scorsese gets SO much credit for directing it but in reality, it is hardly any different than Infernal Affairs (which is the Asian movie that it is a remake of)

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After watching Martyrs, I have to add it to the list. Act one, revenge story. Act two, a bit of "torture porn" for lack of a better term. Act three, philosophical mindfuck. Great film.

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My favorite movies of the 00's, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Zombieland

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Dawn of the Dead. Requiem For A Dream.

I should go on IMDB, remind myself what came out in the 00s.

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Der Untergang

The Fog of War

Inconvenient Truth

The 11th Hour

Lord of the Rings trilogy

A Beautiful Mind

Mystic River

Napolean Dynamite

Jackass Number 2 (ya thats right)

Spider-Man 1 & 2

Batman Begins

the 1st 3 Harry Potter flicks.

 

 

It's odd, there aren't a ton of really strong dramas that stand out in my mind from this decade. Though i've yet to see No Country For Old Men & There Will Be Blood. Its been a wicked decade for documentaries and fantasy flicks though.

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Girl Next Door definitely

 

Definitely, Maybe

 

The Proposal

 

Pretty Much anything with Ryan Reynolds

 

Both Harold & Kumars

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napoleon dynamite. forgot that one. very anti-hollywood. funny one right there.

Edited by sodamntired

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27 Dresses...I know chickflick, sue me.

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No Country For Old Men is such a great film. Haven't seen There Will Be Blood yet though, always wanted to. Both would definitley be on my list of bests from the decade.

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How can it make your best list if you haven't seen it? BECAUSE YOU BELIEVE THE HYPE but seriously it is great, the stark soundtrack absolutely makes the film.

 

I really enjoyed last year's Let the Right One In, creepy little swedish vampire film.

I still enjoy watching The Prestige from time to time, and also Marjane Satrapi's graphic novel come to life Persepolis is just brilliant.

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How can it make your best list if you haven't seen it? BECAUSE YOU BELIEVE THE HYPE but seriously it is great, the stark soundtrack absolutely makes the film.

 

i do believe the hype, only heard good things about both movies, from everyone.

 

basically i'm just assuming.

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taken

the prestige

hustle & flow

amost famous

lotr

the departed

the devil's rejects

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How can it make your best list if you haven't seen it? BECAUSE YOU BELIEVE THE HYPE but seriously it is great, the stark soundtrack absolutely makes the film.

 

I really enjoyed last year's Let the Right One In, creepy little swedish vampire film.

I still enjoy watching The Prestige from time to time, and also Marjane Satrapi's graphic novel come to life Persepolis is just brilliant.

Let the Right One In is fantastic! After seeing that and Martyrs (even though Martyrs is a joint France/Canada production), I have decided that European horror-type movies trump most everything that is produced in North America.

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My top 5 (off the top of my head)

 

Gangs of New York

There Will Be Blood

Anchorman

The Escapist

The Bourne Identity

 

I wanted to say American Beauty, but apparently it was released in 1999.

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Star Trek (only great Trek film since First Contact)

The Dark Knight

Batman Begins

Revenge Of The Sith (lack of story logic and bad dialogue aside, just spectacular)

Iron Man

Shaun of the Dead

Dawn of the Dead

Zombieland

Napoleon Dynamite

Lord of the Rings trilogy

A Beautiful Mind

Gladiator

Spider-Man 1 & 2

The Girl Next Door

The 40-Year-Old Virgin

Michael Moore documentaries

Harold & Kumar (both)

Taken

Bourne trilogy

Anchorman

Casino Royale

Night Watch

300

Sin City

The Life Of David Gale

Matrix sequels

Saw

Blood Diamond

Good Night, And Good Luck

Hotel Rwanda

Syriana

Wedding Crashers

V For Vendetta

Fido

Juno

Gran Torino

Religulous

District 9

Into The Wild

 

edit: holy crap, that's a long list

Edited by Devil On Rollerskates

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