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    No, that's the animated film Your Name. Call Me By Your Name is #23.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mae View Post
    No, that's the animated film Your Name. Call Me By Your Name is #23.
    Ever so slowly, I figured it out. My eyesight gets worse by the day. Still, should be in the top five. Sorry about that Mae.

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    I tend to ignore the order of movies on lists like this, and just look for movies that are there or not.

    Having said that, I'm fine with Mad Max: Fury Road being number 1. Fury Road is what happens when a visionary filmmaker creates that vision flawlessly, and with crystal clarity. There are a few films on the list that would be equally deserving of the top spot, but MM:FR will do just fine.

    Also good to see Nightcrawler on there. Disappointed not to see Blue Ruin on there. And no Arrival, the greatest SF movie of the decade? No The VVitch??? For shame!

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    This is just one list of many we'll see in the next months. It will be super interesting to see our own list when we do the 2010s tournament next year

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    Quote Originally Posted by mae View Post
    This is just one list of many we'll see in the next months. It will be super interesting to see our own list when we do the 2010s tournament next year
    Understood. I just like getting worked up about movies.

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    97. Her Smell (2019)
    96. Kubo and the Two Strings (2016)
    95. The Favourite (201
    94. Krisha (2015)
    93. A Ghost Story (2017)
    92. The Wind Rises (2013)
    91. Elle (2016)
    90. Lady Bird (2017)
    88. Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping (2016)
    87. Columbus (2017)
    86. The Trip (2010)
    85. Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol (2011)
    84. Sing Street (2016)
    83. Parasite (2019)
    82. Eighth Grade (201
    80. Burning (201
    79. Your Name (2017)
    78. The Tale (201
    76. The Interrupters (2011)
    74. Phoenix (2014)
    72. Good Time (2017)
    71. Nocturama (2016)
    69. Paterson (2017)
    68. What We Do in the Shadows (2014)
    67. Shoplifters (201
    66. Toni Erdmann (2016)
    65. 13th (2016)
    62. Spring Breakers (2012)
    60. Amy (2015)
    59. Baby Driver (2017)
    58. American Honey (2016)
    57. Force Majeure (2014)
    56. First Reformed (201
    55. Young Adult (2011)
    54. Leviathan (2014)
    53. Roma (201
    51. Cold War (201
    47. Exit Through the Gift Shop (2010)
    46. Jackie (2016)
    45. Inherent Vice (2014)
    43. Shirkers (201
    41. Silver Linings Playbook (2012)
    40. BlackkKlansman (201
    37. Before Midnight (2012)
    36. Fruitvale Station (2013)
    33. Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)
    32. Her (2013)
    31. A Separation (2011)
    30. Zero Dark Thirty (2011)
    29. 45 Years (2015)
    27. Frances Ha (2012)
    24. Son of Saul (2015)
    22. The Invitation (2015)
    19. Green Room (2016)
    18. Tangerine (2015)
    9. The Handmaiden (2016)
    8. Phantom Thread (2017)
    7. Under the Skin (2014)
    6. The Act of Killing/The Look of Silence (2015)


    I've seen 38 of these, which of the ones left above should I see?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy View Post
    I've seen 38 of these, which of the ones left above should I see?
    All of them?

    I'm sure others will have their own favorites, but here's my top ten, in the list order:

    Under the Skin
    Phantom Thread
    The Handmaiden
    Tangerine
    Frances Ha
    Son of Saul
    Her
    BlackkKlansman
    Burning
    Eighth Grade

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    Quote Originally Posted by mae View Post
    No, that's the animated film Your Name. Call Me By Your Name is #23.
    Your Name > Call Me By Your Name
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunchback Jack View Post
    I tend to ignore the order of movies on lists like this, and just look for movies that are there or not.

    Having said that, I'm fine with Mad Max: Fury Road being number 1. Fury Road is what happens when a visionary filmmaker creates that vision flawlessly, and with crystal clarity. There are a few films on the list that would be equally deserving of the top spot, but MM:FR will do just fine.

    Also good to see Nightcrawler on there. Disappointed not to see Blue Ruin on there. And no Arrival, the greatest SF movie of the decade? No The VVitch??? For shame!

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    The greatest Sci-Fi film of the decade is Her Followed by Ex Machina and Blade Runner 2049 imo. Mad Max too, I guess, but I've never been one for automatically including post-apocalyptic films into science fiction.
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    If Under the Skin is sci-fi, then I would place that first.

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    Ex Machina and BR2049 are definitely up there for me, too, but they didn’t stay with me like Arrival did.
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    Arrival would be my second sci-fi film, after Under the Skin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunchback Jack View Post
    Ex Machina and BR2049 are definitely up there for me, too, but they didn’t stay with me like Arrival did.
    It's the opposite for me. Arrival is a really well-made flick, but it's not one that stuck with me. Ex Machina really stuck with me and BR 2049 just had visuals on another level.

    I HATED Under The Skin when I first watched it. But everyone else seems to love it. Maybe I was just in a bad mood when I watched it, I don't know. I just remember being bored by it's repetitiveness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunchback Jack View Post
    I tend to ignore the order of movies on lists like this, and just look for movies that are there or not.

    Having said that, I'm fine with Mad Max: Fury Road being number 1. Fury Road is what happens when a visionary filmmaker creates that vision flawlessly, and with crystal clarity. There are a few films on the list that would be equally deserving of the top spot, but MM:FR will do just fine.

    Also good to see Nightcrawler on there. Disappointed not to see Blue Ruin on there. And no Arrival, the greatest SF movie of the decade? No The VVitch??? For shame!

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    I'm with you on Fury Road. I'm fine with that. One of the few times where I almost bought another ticket after the credits rolled.

    Good catch with Blue Ruin, one of my favorites of the decade for sure. At least Green Room made it, which Saulnier also directed.

    These lists are fine, but we know the definitive list will be produced after we do our tournament for the decade.

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    You mean the tournament that will end up with a Marvel film on top? lol
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    Am I the only one having a bitch of a time making a best of the decade list?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Still Servant View Post
    Am I the only one having a bitch of a time making a best of the decade list?

    I'll let you know when I sit down to do in a month or two. I still have some 2019 films to watch.
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    The 200 Best Movies of the 2010s

    Now I have to count and see how many I have seen...

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    So I thought I'd pick my favorite movie from each year of the decade and make a list.

    2010 - Inception
    2011 - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2
    2012 - The Avengers
    2013 - Pacific Rim
    2014 - Interstellar
    2015 - Mad Max: Fury Road
    2016 - Deadpool
    2017 - Blade Runner 2049
    2018 - Spiderman: Into The Spiderverse
    2019 - Avengers: Endgame

    Some of these years were particularly hard, either because nothing jumped out at me or because too many things jumped out at me. So some honorable mentions here would be Avengers Infinity War, Thor Ragnarok, Wonder Woman, Logan, The Martian, Arrival, and Rouge One. When these were close I just kinda picked whatever the first one was that had jumped out at me. 2013 was particularly hard for me because nothing really jumped out at me and made me go "Oh I loved that movie". Pacific Rim was the closest to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanHocker View Post
    So I thought I'd pick my favorite movie from each year of the decade and make a list.

    2010 - Inception
    2011 - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2
    2012 - The Avengers
    2013 - Pacific Rim
    2014 - Interstellar
    2015 - Mad Max: Fury Road
    2016 - Deadpool
    2017 - Blade Runner 2049
    2018 - Spiderman: Into The Spiderverse
    2019 - Avengers: Endgame

    Some of these years were particularly hard, either because nothing jumped out at me or because too many things jumped out at me. So some honorable mentions here would be Avengers Infinity War, Thor Ragnarok, Wonder Woman, Logan, The Martian, Arrival, and Rouge One. When these were close I just kinda picked whatever the first one was that had jumped out at me. 2013 was particularly hard for me because nothing really jumped out at me and made me go "Oh I loved that movie". Pacific Rim was the closest to that.
    Mine were:

    2010: The Kids Are All Right
    2011: Melancholia
    2012: Argo
    2013: The Wolf of Wall Street
    2014: Boyhood
    2015: The Revenant
    2016: Arrival
    2017: Wonder Woman
    2018: Annihilation
    2019: TBD (probably Parasite)

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