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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films. 100 - 51 n... - 14/12/2009 5:57:22 PM   
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53 The Savages (2007)

There's not been nearly enough Phillip Seymour Hoffman on this list so far apart from Almost Famous (Mission Impossible 3 almost made it on Hoffman's performance alone). This has a classic turn by him but with the bonus of Laura Linney too and some dark dark humour. A superior family drama.






52 Cloverfield (2008)

Not totally original but still a great idea. I like it a lot.







51 Ratatouille (2007)

Sort of overlooked within Pixar's greats but this is genius. Gorgeous to look at plus the soundtrack is delicious.


Halfway there now. More tomorrow hopefully.


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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films. 100 - 51 n... - 14/12/2009 6:35:37 PM   
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The list so far.....


100 Bug (2007)
99 The Man Without A Past (2002)
98 The Mist (2008)
97 Hard Candy (2006)
96 High Fidelity (2000)
95 Millions (2004)
94 Crank (2006)
93 The Darjeeling Limited (2007)
92 Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003)
91 You Can Count on Me (2000)
90 Cast Away (2000)
89 Stardust (2007)
88 The Damned United (2009)
87 Tell No One (2006)
86 Be Kind Rewind (2008)
85 Donnie Darko (2001)
84 Almost Famous (2000)
83 District 9 (2009)
82 Mulholland Dr. (2001)
91 Rescue Dawn (2006)
80 Sideways (2004)
79 28 Weeks Later (2007)
78 Man On Wire (2008)
77 The Orphanage (2008)
76 The King of Kong (2007)
75 21 Grams (2003)
74 Zodiac (2007)
73 Amelie (2001)
72 Children of Men (2006)
71 The Passion of the Christ (2004)
70 Chopper (2000)
69 Hot Fuzz (2007)
68 Gone Baby Gone (2007)
67 Grizzly Man (2005)
66 X2: X-Men United (2003)
65 Spider-Man 2 (2004)
64 Grindhouse (2007)
63 Slumdog Millionaire (2009)
62 Eastern Promises (2007)
61 Battle Royale (2000)
60 Frozen River (2009)
59 The Wrestler (2009)
58 Belleville Rendezvous (2003)
57 The Assassination of Jesse James By the Coward Robert Ford (2007)
56 The Departed (2006)
55 Inglourious Basterds (2009)
54 The Bourne Ultimatum (2007)
53 The Savages (2007)
52 Cloverfield (2008)
51 Ratatouille (2007)




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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films. - 15/12/2009 12:40:06 AM   
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56 The Departed (2006)
Oh and call me thick if you want, but I still don't understand why it's caled "The Departed"



Cos people die innit.

Also, if Infernal Affairs isn't higher up on this list, much hurt will be directed at your person.

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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films. - 15/12/2009 1:30:04 AM   
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I didn't really like The Departed, which surprised me actually, as I usually prefer a story to be more raw and down-trodden, but I far prefer Infernal Affairs, which is anything but.

You've mentioned some great films so far though, and special kudos for mentioning Almost Famous. Even the picture you chose makes me smile.

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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films. - 15/12/2009 7:39:42 AM   
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Cos people die innit.



Yeah but people die in lots of movies. Still don't get the significance.


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Also, if Infernal Affairs isn't higher up on this list, much hurt will be directed at your person.


Does the fact I haven't seen it let me off? Or should I start applying the protective padding now?
(incidentally, I do have the trilogy on DVD but haven't got around to watching it yet)

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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films. - 15/12/2009 9:32:30 AM   
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Cos people die innit.



Yeah but people die in lots of movies. Still don't get the significance.


I know. I was joking.


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Also, if Infernal Affairs isn't higher up on this list, much hurt will be directed at your person.


Does the fact I haven't seen it let me off? Or should I start applying the protective padding now?
(incidentally, I do have the trilogy on DVD but haven't got around to watching it yet)


It lets you off. For now.

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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films. - 15/12/2009 10:06:09 AM   
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*clears throat*

Just the 2 of you is it?

Post #61 is so so full of wrong - bloated Departed, a terrible Tarantino (and how common is that alliteration these days ). Ultimatum wasn't at all bad, though - dodgy end that decided to go back a little too much to the original but far more fun than I'd expected given the first 2.

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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films. - 15/12/2009 10:15:15 AM   
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58 Belleville Rendezvous (2003)

Also known as the Triplets of Belleville, this is mesmerising barmy brilliance.



Yay! Always happy to see this appear in lists. I'm just as happy to see Ratatoulle higher though

Shame that Master and Commander is so low.

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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films. - 15/12/2009 1:34:36 PM   
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Cos people die innit.



Yeah but people die in lots of movies. Still don't get the significance.




Isn't it to underplay the deaths? "Departed" makes it seem as if they passed away in their sleep whereas, of course, many were brutally murdered. I think it's further trying to show that the cops and criminals are pretty much the same as they're both lying for the reasons of the kills.

Great choices recently - The Wrestler, Jesse James, Ultimatum.


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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films. - 15/12/2009 2:54:40 PM   
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Didn't rate the Departed that highly, solid with some good performances, but nothing speical and you have listed much better film's higher.

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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films. - 15/12/2009 3:05:24 PM   
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Great to see The Wrestler on there, found it involving throughout and features two fantastic performances by Rourke and Tomei (plus I loved seeing Ernest Miller in a semi-decent role). Inglourious Basterds I didn't love as much as you (easily Tarantino's best film this decade, but would equally be easily his worst film in the 90's), but it was a welcome change of pace from a director who turned very stale this decade.

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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films. - 15/12/2009 3:08:07 PM   
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The Savage's on the other hand is a very good choice, a much overlooked film from last year.

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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films. - 15/12/2009 5:51:48 PM   
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55 Inglourious Basterds (2009)

Lots of excellent sequences which don't quite add up coherently. But still, it's such an enjoyable return to form for Tarantino and very rewatchable. Christoph Waltz steals the film of course.

Oh dear. And it was all going so well, Frankie.

Inglourious Basterds is a travesty.

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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films. - 15/12/2009 5:59:40 PM   
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He had Passion on the list and you complain about that?

Oh the more I see this list, the more I fear a certain spartan epic might come, and I won't live seeing THAT over Jesse James.

Anyway, mostly grat list.........

And IB would make my Top 100 as well.

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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films. - 15/12/2009 6:12:29 PM   
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Well, I haven't seen The Passion of The Christ!

I can't imagine it being worse than Tarantino's latest stinking dollop of cinematic turd though.

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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films. - 15/12/2009 6:26:56 PM   
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Well one might overdo it with dialouge (it doesn't, you're wrong Mr. Lime, WRONG), the other definitly does it with immature, never ending, excessive as Salo, pointless, masochistic, gruelling torture. What is worse for you?

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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films 100 - 48 no... - 15/12/2009 10:52:06 PM   
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Time to carry on I think. Thaks for all the comments so far guys. positive and neagtive, I don't care. It's good to hear your views. Even if you're wrong.


OK, next....




50 Sexy Beast (2001)

During the top 50 I'm probably gonna run out of things to say about the films. I just love these movies. I don't always know why. This for example, I just find it funny and scary at the same time and (like others on the list) I can watch it over and over again.





49 Training Day (2001)

Denzel got the Oscar (not sure if he should've though really) but it's Ethan hawke who stands out for me here. He's just so watchable as an actor anyway. This role suits him and I'm always a sucker for a yarn which is all set over the course of one day. This works a treat for me.





48 Catch Me If You Can (2002)

Incredible true story which I think is Spielberg's best of the decade. Leo and Tom Hanks are great as usual, but Walken steals the film for me.




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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films 100 - 46 no... - 15/12/2009 11:32:15 PM   
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47 Bowling for Columbine (2002)

I know Michael moore is hated as much as he is admired, but I like him. And this is his best documentary in my opinion. Love the Charlton Heston bit. Admittedly it does look a bit weird now he's died.





46 Whale Rider (2002)

Another family drama. I like them because they manage to say something about us as individuals and about how we interact. Whale Rider is a majestical family drama.







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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films 100 - 46 no... - 15/12/2009 11:48:50 PM   
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There are far better New Zealand films for you to be watching, though. Like Out of the Blue.


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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films 100 - 40 no... - 16/12/2009 12:32:31 AM   
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45 Eden Lake (2008)

A brilliant modern Brit horror which left me drained and scared to walk back to my car alone.






44 Son of Rambow (2007)

Total nostalgia-fest. Sweet natured comedy with ace soundtrack.





43 The Hurt Locker (2009)

Seemed to come out of nowhere this and left me totally surprised. Bigelow's best film without a doubt. Total nerve shredding stuff.





42 Gladiator (2000)

Epic and engrossing.






41 Matchstick Men (2003)

A breezy clever caper film. One of Ridley Scott's best if you ask me. Plus it has George Formby on the soundtrack which is always a reason to celebrate.






40 A History of Violence (2005)

Absorbing and astounding.



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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films 100 - 46 no... - 16/12/2009 5:22:21 AM   
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WOOOOH NEW ZEALAND

There are far better New Zealand films for you to be watching, though. Like Out of the Blue.



I can think of some that are even better. I hope they appear on this list.

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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films 100 - 46 no... - 16/12/2009 7:38:46 AM   
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WOOOOH NEW ZEALAND

There are far better New Zealand films for you to be watching, though. Like Out of the Blue.



I can think of some that are even better. I hope they appear on this list.


Some may. Some may not. You'll have to wait and see my friend.

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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films 100 - 46 no... - 16/12/2009 3:55:19 PM   
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Some very good choices there Frankie, History of Violence is one of Cronenberg's top five best films and see's him going in a new and bold direction, the performance's are inch perfect too.  Matchstick Men is up there with Gladitor for Scott's best of the last ten year's Cage is given the perfect chance to shine, Sam Rockwell is excellent, and Alison Lohman is a revultion, i think her turn will be going on my top 100 Performances of the decade list.

No matter your view on Bowling for Colubine, it is one of the most powerful and thought provoking films of the 00's.  While i disagree about the Chelton Heston moment (it didn't prove anything to me, and smacked of desration) it did get the right balance of being funny, entertaining, engrossing, but also very dark and gruelling, i would say easily his best work.

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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films 100 - 36 no... - 16/12/2009 10:14:31 PM   
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39 Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005)

A true modern classic British comedy. It being animated is irrelevant (although the stop motion stuff here is ace) it's well scripted, brilliantly performed and always entertaining. Brilliant stuff.





38 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)

I hadn't taken much interest in the making of these films, so when the first one arrived I wasn't bothered about it. Someone I knew recommended it and it got me intrigued. The film had been out for 6 weeks before I went to see it at the cinema. I'm so glad I went. I didn'y know the story at all so it was magical, truly magical watching the story unfold. The first film is fantastic, brilliantly paced. Plus, it's the film that made me stop disliking Sean Bean so much.






37 Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (2006)

A truly innovative comedy and still laugh out funny today.





36 Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2002)

Sam Rockwell's most elctifying performance. Not my absolute favourite film that he's in, that's reserved for something else saved for later but it's certainly the director's best work. George I had such high hopes for you. What happened?


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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films 100 - 33 no... - 16/12/2009 11:47:36 PM   
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35 United 93 (2006)

An intense telling of tragic events. It's not what you'd call entertainment exactly, but it's a film which I did not want to see that still managed to engross me. Remarkable really.





34 The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)

My favourite of the 3 Lord of the Rings movies. This is a terrific chapter of the story, the introduction of Gollum proper is great as is the final battle. The climax with Gollum deciding what's in store for our heroes in the next part gave me shivers.
(I know this is a bit of a spoiler for the list, but don't go expecting to see the third bloated part in here, you'll be very disappointed.)







33 Moon (2009)

Astounding bit of sci-fi which made me scratch my head quite a bit. Really must watch again. Soon.




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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films 100 - 33 no... - 17/12/2009 2:31:22 PM   
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The first Lord of the Ring's movie would have to be up there for me, while the other two were impressive, for me The Fellowship is as perfect as a epic of this sorts gets.

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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films 100 - 33 no... - 17/12/2009 3:16:19 PM   
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Damn. Just got back from Avatar and it turns uot it was better than I was expecting. Do I crowbar it into the top 100 at the expense of something else or do I not bother? I will have to think about it carefully, maybe watch it again first.

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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films 100 - 33 no... - 17/12/2009 3:25:59 PM   
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Avatar is not even Top 500 material.

It's the defintion of mediocrity, in fact its the only word I can find to describe it.


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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films 100 - 33 no... - 17/12/2009 3:32:14 PM   
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Yeah, I'm not bothering to put it in anyway. Too soon. It wasn't amazing, but I must admit to enjoying watching what is basically nothing more than a Dances With Wokves and Starship Troopers hybrid. But you're right, prob not top 100 stuff.

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RE: Frankie's 100 Favourite Noughties Films 100 - 33 no... - 17/12/2009 4:08:27 PM   
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32 The Spongebob Squarepants Movie (2004)

Yes, the Spongebob Squarepants movie is better (imo) than all the above movies (including Avatar which I saw today). It's true. When I saw this I hadn't seen even one episode, but I thought it was hilarious and still do. It's anarchic and silly and never gets old. In some ways it reminds me of the attitiude of the Monty Python movies and I'm not at all embarrassed about liking it or putting it this high up the list.

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