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Top ten films of the decade.

Discussion in 'Konoha Theatre' started by makeoutparadise, Dec 2, 2019.

  1. makeoutparadise

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    Its almost 2020.
    I wanna Know what Your top 10 films were for the 2010’s
    Post a list and argue your case
     
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    You shouldn't make threads like this before the decade is actually over, I think. What if Rise of Skywalker turns out to be better than Avengers: Endgame?

    (It's improbable, but until we've actually seen it, it must be considered a Schrödinger's Movie that is both great and awful at the same time)
     
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    That's the purpose of the edit button isn't it?
     
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    I'm getting on ground floor we got 4 weeks left
     
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    Then can I make a thread about "Top 10 Films of the 21st Century" and keep editing it to the day I die?
     
  6. makeoutparadise

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    I mean... we could do it for each decade theoretically. But we shouldn't flood the section like that. This was just gonna be a Christmas/year end thing for people to have fun with.
    Do you have top 10 of 2000's?
     
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    Just for fun.

    The Social Network
    Drive
    The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
    Everybody Wants Some
    La La Land
    Ex Machina
    End of Watch
    Logan
    Mad Max Fury Road
    Spider-man Into the Spider-Verse
     
  8. makeoutparadise

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    Hmmm Spider-man Into the Spider-Verse better than EndGame? Hard agree.
     
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    Inception
    Django Unchained
    Warrior
    Interstellar
    Whiplash
    Prisoners
    Your Name
    Martian
    Sicario
    Guardians of the Galaxy
     
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    I'm shocked you can all remember everything you've seen in the past decade. I sure can't, so I'll just list "The VelociPastor", because we all know that it deserves to be #1 all the way through #10.
     
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    I always just use google and count the movies that I seen. Cause man..a decade of movies is a lot to comb through.
     
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    Even the ones I have seen I'm not going to automatically remember. I'd probably count "The Wailing" and "Unthinkable" in terms of sheer impact. Those movies left me thinking about them for awhile; I sometimes still do.
     
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    Yeah movies that came and went wouldn't be added for me.
     
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    Joker
    The wolf of wall street
    American hustle
    Inception
    12 years a slave
    Beast of no nation
    Fast and furious 7
    Tangled
    Deadpool
    The Avengers
     
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    Mind you in NO particular order!

    Mad Max Fury Road
    Ex Machina
    Dredd
    Arrival
    Life
    John Wick
    Blade Runner 2049
    The Cabin in The Woods
    Sicario
    Deadpool
     
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    Do like me and go through a list of all 2010s movies! :zaru

    Honestly half the movies I was going to list were before 2010...
     
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    1. Mad Max: Fury Road
    2. The Wolf of Wall Street
    3. The Social Network
    4. 12 Years A Slave
    5. Boyhood
    6. Gone Girl
    7. Hereditary
    8. Manchester by the Sea
    9. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse
    10. Avengers: Infinity War
     
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    Fury Road
    Scott Pilgrim
    Inception
    Avengers
    John Wick
    Fast Five
    Infinity War/Endgame
    Get Out
    Skyfall

    I forgot
     
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    Yeh the social network is a good movie.
     
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    It doesn’t strictly have to be ten no worries
     
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    In that case --

    3) Unthinkable: This received mixed reviews and was dumped straight to DVD, yet amusingly, it was the reception that made me appreciate the movie that much more. Michael Sheen plays a terrorist who has been detained by the Government, but claims he's planting three nuclear bombs that are set to go off. Carrie-Anne Moss is an FBI Agent investigating the case and Samuel Jackson plays an interrogator. The movie deals with torture and whether it should be used to extract information. Many commenters didn't like that the movie doesn't really answer the question of whether it's right or wrong, but that's why I loved it. It lets the audience decide, reinforced by its ambiguous ending. I love movies that make me think that way. "Gone, Baby, Gone" is another one that had be questioning what is right or wrong, but that was the last decade.

    2) I Saw the Devil: An intense, exciting and nail biting thriller from South Korea about a serial killer who finds himself preyed on by a rogue special agent after killing his fiance. The action scenes are stylishly staged and choreographed. The suspense makes you uncomfortable and every confrontation is satisfying. Yet I think my favorite aspect of this is how bizarre and darkly humorous the story can be, such as how seemingly everyone in this city seems to be some sort of pervert or serial killer -- or their victims. There's also the possibility that the agent might becoming the monster he's fighting. Great stuff.

    1) The Wailing: Another South Korean film, this actually scared me. The strange thing is... it starts off more comedic than scary, with the protagonist engaging in goofy shenanigans and having the funniest reactions to grisly or spooky stuff. Yet it turns out that the humor is meant to disarm you for how dark and terrifying the story is about to become. Yet what elevates it over most horror flicks -- even great ones like "Hereditary" or "The Conjuring" -- is that there's a lot of subtle nuances within the story you might not catch the first time. Disturbing implications, creative foreshadowing, every time I've watched the movie I've noticed something new or different. There's a lot of stuff up for debate surrounding the motivations of the characters.

    The problem with these kinds of lists for me is that I've noticed my favorite films are off the beaten path of mainstream American cinema, so don't appear in a lot of "Movies released in whatever year" lists.
     
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  22. makeoutparadise

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    This is a great post. I like how you went in depth with the movies you listed. :)
     
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    on top of my head
    Fury Road
    Blade Runner 2
    Winter Soldier
    Kungfu Panda 2

    prolly Joker if I watched it (i am Batman fanboys, so i am sure it will be)
    Drive
    Creed 1 or 2
    . 1 is better 2 is formulaic, but Creed 2 hit me hard. I have 3 yo daughter who is very smart but cant speak fluently yet. and Sly's word hit me hard,

    edited for the exact part
    the rests would be more really subjective like
    Dr Strange
    Thor Ragnarocks
    Snowpiercer
    Edge of Tommorow


    tbh my list change all the time
     
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    I felt the same way about "Creed", even though it isn't in my own list. The first is better, but the 2nd had moments that threatened to make me cry.
     
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    The first first are in a correct order, but the last five is not. I think The Wailing and Baskin would end up on any of these lists that I made, but I'm not really sure. There's just been an insane amount of fantastic movies this decade, and aside from the five first it's really close between a shitload of movies.

    1. The Void
    2. The Night Comes for Us
    3. Bone Tomahawk
    4. The Hateful Eight
    5. Blancanieves
    The Wailing
    Baskin
    Mandy
    One Cut of the Dead
    Revenge



    I decided to not include documentaries, but there's been so many fantastic documentaries over the past 10 years that we should all just make my own top 10's of documentaries as well:

    Spoiler:
    Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th
    Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy
    Rewind This!
    Adjust Your Tracking
    Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films
    Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan
    Video Nasties: Moral Panic, Censorship & Videotape
    Herschell Gordon Lewis: The Godfather of Gore
    Machete Maidens Unleashed!
    Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel



    And a few short movies that deserves tons of attention:

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    1. Yellow
    2. Venom: Truth in Journalism
    3. Bio-Cop
    4. Raging Balls of Steel Justice
    5. The Punisher: Dirty Laundry
    Brutal Relax
    The Final Moments of Karl Brant
    Terrifier
    The Fisherman
     
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    End Game isnt a top 10 movie so star wars being better is irrelevant
     
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    Venom
    Fant4stic
    Justice League
    Suicide squad
    Batman V superman
    Man of steel
    Green Lantern
    Dark Phoenix
    The Amazing Spider-man 2
    Thor 2

    Best movies easy.
     
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    "The Hateful 8" might be my 4th entry. It didn't get the #1 spot of its year, but I always have this desire to revisit it. A western-themed murder mystery with a great cast trapped in a small in by a blizzard... and it's directed by Quentin Tarantino. It's almost like he made it entirely for me.
     
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    1. The Irishman
    2. Avengers
    3. Creed 1
    4. Avengers Endgame
    5. Mad Max Fury Road
    6. John Wick
    7. La La Land
    8. Wolf of Wallstreet
    9. Inglorious Basterds
    10. Django
     
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    if you listed a superhero movie in your list please leave
     
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