Your Top 10 Films Of The Decade 2000-2009

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nope, it's Drecko :| :evil:
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most of them aren't from the last 10 years, but what the hey! I'm doing my worst :lol:
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James Blast wrote:nope, it's Drecko :| :evil:
you surely haven't seen the other one!
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Wall E really got me.

I thought it was fcuking brilliant!
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In no particular order....

Bladerunner (Final Cut)
Irreversible
Cache
Somers Town
Moon
Amelie
Tell No One
Let The Right One In
Dark Water
The Dark Knight

That took me about 10 seconds to think of so there are many many more I could add.
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It's no good - I can't limit it to 10.... :lol:

Gegen Die Wand
Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind
Assassination Of Jesse James
Half Nelson
Pans Labyrinth
The Orphanage
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Ok, I'll give it a go, so in no particular order:-

Transformers (I know :oops: )
Cloverfield
Van Helsing
District 9
Serenity
The Dark Knight
Sin City
Star Trek
300
Underworld
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markfiend wrote: Am I the only person that thought Pan's Labyrinth was wank then?
Absolutely not, dear Mr. Meerkat. I thought this movie was wank of the highest order. I was loudly boooing at the end of it while the rest of the cinema applauded. Tsk

A part from that I'm convinced all good movies were done already in the 70s.

P.S. I'd really like to go the movies with Mr. Blast one day. should be hilarious. :P
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canon docre wrote:
markfiend wrote: Am I the only person that thought Pan's Labyrinth was wank then?
Absolutely not, dear Mr. Meerkat. I thought this movie was wank of the highest order. I was loudly boooing at the end of it while the rest of the cinema applauded. Tsk

A part from that I'm convinced all good movies were done already in the 70s.

P.S. I'd really like to go the movies with Mr. Blast one day. should be hilarious. :P
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Good point about the 70's Canondocre
As Wiiliam Friedkin said about the state of the film industry "there is not one film in the whole multiplex that an intelligent man could go and see". (that said his last films have been a pile of ....)

I doubt I could name 10 films I really liked, to be honest nowadays I am too f**king impatient to sit through a film. Here's my few though:

Twilight Samurai
Zatoichi
Tropic Thunder
American Psycho
Dead Man's Shoes

Films I hated were Kill Bill 1+2, my God it was bad (Quentin lost me after Pulp).
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Mine are:

1.happy gilmore
2.little miss sunshine
3.40 year old virgin
4.superbad
5.ps. i love you
6.the notebook
7.chicago
8.saw 4
9.bucket list
10.anger management
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God knows what I put in this thread earlier but a special mention for Dead Man's Shoes which is a fine film. :D
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Yir Erse! that wiz crap, anything Considine is in is crap, I just watched A Room for Romeo Brass.
Unless you mean he's guid at being a mentalist cock! ;D
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James Blast wrote:Yir Erse! that wiz crap, anything Considine is in is crap, I just watched A Room for Romeo Brass.
Unless you mean he's guid at being a mentalist cock! ;D
Though he does play a bit of a mentalist in it... great film! "Propah reeeel" as they say.

Met him in Leeds city centre once. Top bloke by the way. :D
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ie. he didn't stab you? ;D
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James Blast wrote:ie. he didn't stab you? ;D
I did meet him in Boots. :lol:
He didn't have the Dead Man's Shoes beard anyway so I felt at ease.
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canon docre wrote:
markfiend wrote: Am I the only person that thought Pan's Labyrinth was wank then?
Absolutely not, dear Mr. Meerkat. I thought this movie was wank of the highest order. I was loudly boooing at the end of it while the rest of the cinema applauded. Tsk

A part from that I'm convinced all good movies were done already in the 70s.

P.S. I'd really like to go the movies with Mr. Blast one day. should be hilarious. :P
Im throwing myself into the conga line here, why are they so scared to go the fantasy way?!? Just subtle glimses is not gonna cut it darnit!

My list? Wow, this is a tough one indeed, didnt realise so many Ive seen are so recent. I could actually come up with many more than ten, but I would also need to do some serious thinking first, not in the mood.

1. Bladerunner (final cut)
2. Mulholland Drive
3. Inland Empire
4. Requiem for a dream
5. Dark Knight
6. Star Trek
7. Ponyo
8. Tokyo Gore Police
9. Battlestar Galactica (series, but cant go unmentioned)
10. Carnivale (same as above)

A few I really wanted to add, was from 99 ofcourse. :roll:
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The Machinist
Death at Funeral
There will be blood
No Country for Old Man
Underworld (the first one)
American Psycho
Gangs on New York
Snatch
Gladiator
Man on fire

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James Blast wrote:Yir Erse! that wiz crap, anything Considine is in is crap, I just watched A Room for Romeo Brass.
Unless you mean he's guid at being a mentalist cock! ;D
You can't really mean this? :? Surely :?:
He's a wonderful actor.

First the Let The Right One in debarcle, now this. :lol:
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Added to my list:

Das Weisse Band (2009). :notworthy:
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My faves - I think they were all in the last 10 years...

Spiderman 2
Spiderman 1
Tideland
Hot Chick
The Benchwarmers
Mullholland Drive
Arthur & The Invisibles
Land Of The Lost
Van Wilder
A Cock & Bull Story

I'd also like to join in the chorous of disapproval for Pan's People & Lets the Projectionist Turn This s**t Off. Both were a waste of sight....
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