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    Question Best Films of 2000-2010?

    Hey all,

    We're fasting approaching the end of the decade. What movies did you like from the years 2000-2010. What movies did you like that will become classics?

    Don't just list - tell us all why!

    P.S. -- Movie must have had an initial release date on or after Jan 1, 2000, and before Dec 31, 2010
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    I think Twilight saga is the best movie.

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    Last year was the end of the decade. 2000-2009 is 10 years, 2000-2010 is 11.

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    Don't forget the 3 Lord of the Rings movies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by odj_310388 View Post
    Last year was the end of the decade. 2000-2009 is 10 years, 2000-2010 is 11.
    damm, someone beat me to it ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by odj_310388 View Post
    Last year was the end of the decade. 2000-2009 is 10 years, 2000-2010 is 11.
    Technically the decade runs 2001-2010. There was never a year 0. That's what cracked my up about the year 2000 being called the Millennium when in fact it didn't start for another year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chernabog_ca View Post
    Technically the decade runs 2001-2010. There was never a year 0. That's what cracked my up about the year 2000 being called the Millennium when in fact it didn't start for another year.
    Yes, yes, yes! After 1 B.C. was 1, not 0. Mistakes about it pisses me off more than 10 years now.

    Quote Originally Posted by j7wild View Post
    Don't forget the 3 Lord of the Rings movies!
    There are ONLY 3 best movies from 2001-2010 decade, and all about some RING :-)




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    don't forget Memento and Kill Bill, Volume 1, Mithy!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by chernabog_ca View Post
    Technically the decade runs 2001-2010. There was never a year 0. That's what cracked my up about the year 2000 being called the Millennium when in fact it didn't start for another year.
    That's debatable IMO.

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    By the way, the year 2000 have so much great films (Memento, Malèna, Dancer in the Dark, Gladiator, Requiem for a Dream...)

    I don't know, this is very hard to say... Ok, my top 10:

    The Lady and the Duke (Eric Rohmer, 2001): interesting style, it's like a painting, surprisingly suspenseful for an historic movie
    Dogville (Lars von Trier, 2003): heartbreaking, frustrating, technically original
    Memento (Christopher Nolan, 2000): mindscrew, original ideas
    The Departed (Martin Scorsese, 2006): high quality thriller
    Requiem for a Dream (Darren Aronofsky, 2000): dark, visually original
    Amelie (Jean-Pierre Jeunet, 2001): the antichrist of Requiem for a Dream, optimist, relax, visually cool
    Dancer in the Dark (Lars von Trier, 2000): realist style, Bjork performance is a 10/10
    Polytechnique (Denis Villeneuve, 2009): one of the hardest movie I've seen from a long time
    3:10 to Yuma (James Mangold, 2007): western movies are not dead!
    Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary (Guy Maddin, 2002): totally personnal choice, Maddin touch is special, Mahler music is genius in it

    I have not seen great 2010 movies yet. I'm always late...

    The trailers...








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    Twilight... is my favorite movie.

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    Inception?

    If I ever understand All Of It!!

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    twilight ? ??? ? we don't talk about the MTV movie award here. dumb and dumber best movie ever. ?? twilight ??? sorry. no

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    I maybe think that loving Twilight is one thing and say it, a lack of self-esteem, but it all about taste and colours...
    Everybody is free to love whatever they want.

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    Children of Men (2006): One of the best of all time. The whole thing felt to 'real'.

    Mr. Nobody (2009): Great movie, excellent use of parallel universes to tell the story of one man's life/lives.

    The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001): Best of the trilogy, (serves as a placeholder for the entire trilogy)

    Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003): Both films were a great (again serves as placeholder for both)

    Das Leben der Anderen (The Lives of Others) (2006): Yes it did deserve to beat Pan's Labyrinth at the Oscars. Great movie.

    Memento (2000): I don't know what I can say about this movie other than that it is awesome

    Perfume: The Story of a Murderer (2006): great imagery, loved the film

    Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain (Amélie) (2001): Heartwarming film with a wonderful soundtrack

    (500) Days of Summer (2009): Best movie of 2009.

    Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005): Robert Downey at his best, quick and sharp

    I don't feel I can add anything from 2010 yet as I need at least a year to see what I think of a film compared to great films from a few years ago. Although I would have to day that the front-runners from this year would be Inception, Shutter Island, The Social Network, and Scott Pilgrim (although I haven't seen 127 Hours, True Grit, or many other promising films that will be released later this year)

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