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Film critics pick the 100 best movies of the century

08.23.2016

Everyone has an idea about what they consider film classics. There may be some modern flicks sprinkled in there, but the image of the “movie classic” usually involves black and white films like CITIZEN KANE or Technicolor hits like THE WIZARD OF OZ. But what about modern classics that will soon be old classics? Some snobbier critics say there aren’t any.

That’s why the BBC has stepped in to give us a list of 100 best movies exclusive to this century. The list was born out the realization that after they asked critics to name the greatest American films of all time last year, only six made the list that were made after the year 2000 (12 YEARS A SLAVE, THE DARK KNIGHT, 25TH HOUR,  ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND, THE TREE OF LIFE and MULHOLLAND DRIVE).

So they went back for a new list, this time asking 177 critics from around the world to select the best movies from this century. Here are the top 20:

1. MULHOLLAND DRIVE (David Lynch, 2001)

2. IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE (Wong Kar-Wai, 2000)

3. THERE WILL BE BLOOD (Paul Thomas Anderson, 2007)

4. SPIRITED AWAY (Hayao Miyazaki, 2001)

5. BOYHOOD (Richard Linklater, 2014)

6. ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND (Michel Gondry, 2004)

7. THE TREE OF LIFE (Terrence Malick, 2011)

8. YI YI: A ONE AND A TWO (Edward Yang, 2000)

9. A SEPERATION (Asghar Farhadi, 2011)

10. NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN (Joel and Ethan Coen, 2007)

11. INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS (Joel and Ethan Coen, 2013)

12. ZODIAC (David Fincher, 2007)

13. CHILDREN OF MEN (Alfonso Cuarón, 2006)

14. THE ACT OF KILLING (Joshua Oppenheimer, 2012)

15. 4 MONTHS, 3 WEEKS AND 2 DAYS (Cristian Mungiu, 2007)

16. HOLY MOTORS (Leos Carax, 2012)

17. PAN'S LABYRINTH (Guillermo Del Toro, 2006)

18. THE WHITE RIBBON (Michael Haneke, 2009)

19. MAD MAX: FURY ROAD (George Miller, 2015)

20. SYNECDOCHE, NEW YORK (Charlie Kaufman, 2008)

The full list is here, and also includes hits like THE DARK KNIGHT and indie flicks like BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN. Of this list of 20 I would have to say my top five are THERE WILL BE BLOOD, BOYHOOD, ZODIAC, CHILDREN OF MEN and MAD MAX: FURY ROAD. But frankly there’s so many good ones on here it’s hard to find any to disagree with—even though the full list excludes certain other beloved, franchise selections—like a HARRY POTTER or LORD OF THE RINGS film. Still, here are 100 movies to make sure you see before you die, or at least before some get swapped out for others by the end of the year.

Extra Tidbit: Do you agree with the full list? What would you have added/taken away?
Source: BBC Culture

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2:00AM on 08/24/2016

Seems fine... I guess...

Happy to see The Master so high. That movie deserves way more respect than it gets.

Switch Finding Nemo and Inside Out, that's ridiculous.

Scratch Inherent Vice and put in another Tarantino film. Django is brilliant.

Where the fuck is Apocalypto? Maybe after Gibson's dead it'll be appreciated more.

Lot of love for Haneke but where is The Piano Teacher?!

Can't wait for the day I Heart Huckabees is recognized as one of the all time great movies. Give it time.

Spider Man 2 should
Happy to see The Master so high. That movie deserves way more respect than it gets.

Switch Finding Nemo and Inside Out, that's ridiculous.

Scratch Inherent Vice and put in another Tarantino film. Django is brilliant.

Where the fuck is Apocalypto? Maybe after Gibson's dead it'll be appreciated more.

Lot of love for Haneke but where is The Piano Teacher?!

Can't wait for the day I Heart Huckabees is recognized as one of the all time great movies. Give it time.

Spider Man 2 should be on here, god damn it! Best superhero movie ever made and incredibly influential!

There Will Be Blood should top the list. Love Mulholland Drive to death but for some reason that's the movie all the critics can get behind...

Almost Famous should be WAY higher.

Love Budapest Hotel but where is Fantasic Mr. Fox??

Preferred The Departed over Wolf of Wall Street.

No Edgar Wright??

Overall pretty good list...

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2:52AM on 08/24/2016
Also, if I'm putting in a Spielberg movie it's either Minority Report or Catch Me If You Can...
Also, if I'm putting in a Spielberg movie it's either Minority Report or Catch Me If You Can...
3:17AM on 08/24/2016
Spiderman 2 is not one of the 100 best movies of the last 100 years, if you honestly believe that and it's not just one of your personal fav, you don't understand really good cinema.
Spiderman 2 is not one of the 100 best movies of the last 100 years, if you honestly believe that and it's not just one of your personal fav, you don't understand really good cinema.
5:10AM on 08/24/2016
@ChrisAllenShow: I agree that DJANGO UNCHAINED, THERE WILL BE BLOOD, FANTASTIC MR. FOX and CATCH ME IF YOU CAN are better than INHERENT VICE, MULHOLLAND DRIVE, THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL and A.I.. I love SPIDER-MAN 2 and I've liked (on different levels) all of Edgar Wright's movies (I haven't seen A FISTFUL OF FINGERS, though).

@King_Brent: SPIDER-MAN 2's was praised by critics and audiences alike. Not to mention that it was chosen as one of the best movies of the year by the AFI. Some of the
@ChrisAllenShow: I agree that DJANGO UNCHAINED, THERE WILL BE BLOOD, FANTASTIC MR. FOX and CATCH ME IF YOU CAN are better than INHERENT VICE, MULHOLLAND DRIVE, THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL and A.I.. I love SPIDER-MAN 2 and I've liked (on different levels) all of Edgar Wright's movies (I haven't seen A FISTFUL OF FINGERS, though).

@King_Brent: SPIDER-MAN 2's was praised by critics and audiences alike. Not to mention that it was chosen as one of the best movies of the year by the AFI. Some of the movies on the list (like A.I., SPRING BREAKERS and SYNECDOCHE NEW YORK) didn't get that kind of reception.
10:43AM on 08/24/2016
@king_brent. It's not the last 100 years. It's the top 100 of this current century, the 21st. Starting a year early apparently at 2000.
@king_brent. It's not the last 100 years. It's the top 100 of this current century, the 21st. Starting a year early apparently at 2000.
6:32PM on 08/24/2016
@glinda I think he understood that. He's just saying it's a really bad movie. An opinion I agree with.
@glinda I think he understood that. He's just saying it's a really bad movie. An opinion I agree with.
12:36PM on 08/26/2016
Well just in case not. Nobody said it was the best in the last 100 years, so...
Well just in case not. Nobody said it was the best in the last 100 years, so...
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1:12AM on 08/24/2016
Always some films you donīt agree with (For example love Terrence Malick first three films but just find Tree of Life ok), but overall a good list. Becauce lists are fun, hereīs mine;

1. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
2. The Royal Tenenbaums
3. Oldboy
4. Requiem for a Dream
5. Memento
6. In the Mood for Love
7. Incendies
8. La Pianiste
9. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
10. Spirited Away
11. Brokeback Mountain
12. Battle Royale
13. The Assassination of Jesse James by the
Always some films you donīt agree with (For example love Terrence Malick first three films but just find Tree of Life ok), but overall a good list. Becauce lists are fun, hereīs mine;

1. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
2. The Royal Tenenbaums
3. Oldboy
4. Requiem for a Dream
5. Memento
6. In the Mood for Love
7. Incendies
8. La Pianiste
9. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
10. Spirited Away
11. Brokeback Mountain
12. Battle Royale
13. The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
14. There Will Be Blood
15. Mulholland Drive

Some honorable mentions:
Children of Men, Whiplash, The White Ribbon, Turist, Synecdoche, New York, Primer, Moon, Mad Max Fury Road, City of god, Bloody Sunday, A Prophet, A Single Man, Inception, Moonrise Kingdom, Her
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12:02AM on 08/24/2016
Good list overall. Good to see Wes Anderson . Good to see there Will Be Blood so high on the list.Good to see The Dark Knight on there. I remember going in to it with really low expectations after the first Nolan Batman and walking out thinking it's was too great of a film to be a superhero movie.
Good list overall. Good to see Wes Anderson . Good to see there Will Be Blood so high on the list.Good to see The Dark Knight on there. I remember going in to it with really low expectations after the first Nolan Batman and walking out thinking it's was too great of a film to be a superhero movie.
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9:54PM on 08/23/2016

Honestly?!

I can't say that I like any of these movies much.
I can't say that I like any of these movies much.
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9:55PM on 08/23/2016
Computer acting wonky.
Computer acting wonky.
9:14PM on 08/23/2016
Seems like a list for the indie art house crowd. Don't get me wrong, I like a lot of these films, but I'll admit some of them just didn't do anything for me. I'll never understand what is so great about Mulholland Drive. And if any Fincher film should be in the top 20 it is Social Network.
Seems like a list for the indie art house crowd. Don't get me wrong, I like a lot of these films, but I'll admit some of them just didn't do anything for me. I'll never understand what is so great about Mulholland Drive. And if any Fincher film should be in the top 20 it is Social Network.
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7:49PM on 08/23/2016

Fuckin' SpringBreakers??

Really? One of the few movies I bought then got rid of. All flash, no substance, bad acting, barely any titties. Booooring!
Really? One of the few movies I bought then got rid of. All flash, no substance, bad acting, barely any titties. Booooring!
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4:58PM on 08/23/2016
Can someone please break down for me why THERE WILL BE BLOOD is so highly regarded? I can't get through it.
I'm glad to see ZODIAC and NO COUNTRY and ETERNAL SUNSHINE getting love.
Can someone please break down for me why THERE WILL BE BLOOD is so highly regarded? I can't get through it.
I'm glad to see ZODIAC and NO COUNTRY and ETERNAL SUNSHINE getting love.
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6:56PM on 08/23/2016
there will be blood is highly regarded for a number of reasons. it features arguably the greatest acting performance put to screen, on the technical side it is masterly done, e.g, the cinematography, editing, etc, it explores such themes as capitalism, religion, greed, and family extraordinarily well..it's just a stunning achievement anyway you look at it, but i totally understand how it is not for everyone.
there will be blood is highly regarded for a number of reasons. it features arguably the greatest acting performance put to screen, on the technical side it is masterly done, e.g, the cinematography, editing, etc, it explores such themes as capitalism, religion, greed, and family extraordinarily well..it's just a stunning achievement anyway you look at it, but i totally understand how it is not for everyone.
7:40PM on 08/23/2016
I'm the same as you. It's just so boring that I could never finish it.
I'm the same as you. It's just so boring that I could never finish it.
12:04AM on 08/24/2016
Got to agree with Jules The Bum

I just don't get the love for TWBB. I get the technical aspect(cinematography) and the performance by Lewis and Dano, but thats about it. It's plain boring. it's just my opinion, but i wondered how someone stumbles upon that movie on Netflix or any medium and will be like: Hey let's watch TWBB, that's a fun 2 hours. I don't se it happening.. Now with Boogie Nights, there's a Paul T Anderson classic..
Got to agree with Jules The Bum

I just don't get the love for TWBB. I get the technical aspect(cinematography) and the performance by Lewis and Dano, but thats about it. It's plain boring. it's just my opinion, but i wondered how someone stumbles upon that movie on Netflix or any medium and will be like: Hey let's watch TWBB, that's a fun 2 hours. I don't se it happening.. Now with Boogie Nights, there's a Paul T Anderson classic..
4:37PM on 08/23/2016
Lost in Traslation = Most overrated film of this century.

Also I'm happy to see A.I. On the list. Spielberg took a lot for shit for it back in the day, it's good to see that the film stood the test of time and is now getting the credit it deserves.
Lost in Traslation = Most overrated film of this century.

Also I'm happy to see A.I. On the list. Spielberg took a lot for shit for it back in the day, it's good to see that the film stood the test of time and is now getting the credit it deserves.
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7:00PM on 08/23/2016
i only wish that kubrick had been able to make a.i. as it is a very interesting film, and I think it probably would have been better handled by him. not that spielberg did a bad job, but it could have benefited more in kubrick's hands, imo.
i only wish that kubrick had been able to make a.i. as it is a very interesting film, and I think it probably would have been better handled by him. not that spielberg did a bad job, but it could have benefited more in kubrick's hands, imo.
4:00PM on 08/23/2016
I'm not going to critique the list on face value, its as opinion oriented as anything else, but there were some picks I would not have expected, even boyhood at number five and no birdman is interesting.
I'm not going to critique the list on face value, its as opinion oriented as anything else, but there were some picks I would not have expected, even boyhood at number five and no birdman is interesting.
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8:16AM on 08/24/2016
It took 12 years to make . . . Therefore, it's good.
It took 12 years to make . . . Therefore, it's good.
6:34PM on 08/24/2016
Take all critiques at face value because they're all opinions of people who just watch a lot of movies who also happen to have good writing skills.
Take all critiques at face value because they're all opinions of people who just watch a lot of movies who also happen to have good writing skills.
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2:48PM on 08/23/2016
I remember back in the day when I legitimately thought Spider-Man 2 was the greatest movie ever made and was super ticked that it didn't win Best Picture, then I started watching more classic and foreign films and gradually my eyes were opened. I still love Spider-Man 2, and while I still think that one is a very good film, I've learned that there is oftentimes a distinct difference between what is "good" and what someone personally likes. Just because you like something doesn't mean it's
I remember back in the day when I legitimately thought Spider-Man 2 was the greatest movie ever made and was super ticked that it didn't win Best Picture, then I started watching more classic and foreign films and gradually my eyes were opened. I still love Spider-Man 2, and while I still think that one is a very good film, I've learned that there is oftentimes a distinct difference between what is "good" and what someone personally likes. Just because you like something doesn't mean it's awesome because guess what? Everyone has things they like too and feel just as strongly about. Likewise, just because you dislike something doesn't mean it sucks. The idea of criticism itself (depending on which school you subscribe to) hinges upon the idea of there being universal qualities that are desirable in art (in narrative forms this might be stuff like good characterization), without some sort of attempt at objectivity, criticism becomes just straight up opinion and meaningful discussion becomes almost impossible (because if all opinions truly are equal an there is no such thing as objective quality than the other person's opinion is just as valid as yours, and why make any attempt to listen since yours is already essentially perfect?). I don't think its possible to be 100% objective, but I do think its important to recognize the role that it plays in having a well-informed discussion about art of any medium and to make a genuine effort at it. The more I've studied criticism and theory the more I've realized how silly I personally feel my old views were and the less I feel a need to defend my tastes -- they're not the same thing as "objective quality" but as time goes by I find that there is more and more overlap and that I can oftentimes recognize the gap. Even more importantly, I am increasingly better able to acknowledge and even genuinely appreciate on some level things that are good even I don't personally like them. Again, it's something that I don't think anyone can ever be perfect at, but it's something I'm grateful that I've made an effort at.

With all that in mind, do I think the BBC list is perfect? No, but I do think it's a very, very good and there are only a handful films that I would outright disagree with. it represents a lot of very informed people who have made the study of quality in film their life's career making an honest attempt at such a list, so if I find myself disagree with them and I want to myself to be a serious student of film, maybe I should ask myself whether those disagreements have basis in actual analysis, or whether it's just my knee-jerk reaction thinking that "since I exist, my opinion has to be the best one ever" and that it somehow my personal opinion matters more or is better informed than the collective observations of over 100 individuals who have made the study of quality in film their life's work.
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2:41PM on 08/23/2016

Bad list

This was a horrible list. How can Gran Torino not even make the top 100? I was happy to see Zodiac on it though.
This was a horrible list. How can Gran Torino not even make the top 100? I was happy to see Zodiac on it though.
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3:03PM on 08/23/2016
For me, Bee Vang ruined the movie. He is such a bad actor and really shouldn't have been one of the leads.
For me, Bee Vang ruined the movie. He is such a bad actor and really shouldn't have been one of the leads.
4:55AM on 08/24/2016
GRAN TORINO is one of my all-time favorites!
GRAN TORINO is one of my all-time favorites!
1:23PM on 08/23/2016

It's a large opinion piece, but still an opinion piece

There are movies I'd leave out. There are ones I'd put in....but what do I know?

OK...I watched Boyhood. Boring. The kids were annoying. I could think of 10 movies I would replace that with without taking time to blink.
There are movies I'd leave out. There are ones I'd put in....but what do I know?

OK...I watched Boyhood. Boring. The kids were annoying. I could think of 10 movies I would replace that with without taking time to blink.
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2:01PM on 08/23/2016
Couldn't agree more. I thought it was neat how it was ambitious over so long, it sucked overall. Snorefest.
Couldn't agree more. I thought it was neat how it was ambitious over so long, it sucked overall. Snorefest.
1:19PM on 08/23/2016

Terrible List

This is a terrible list!!
This is a terrible list!!
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11:40AM on 08/23/2016
It is a crime that none of the LOTR films are in the Top 20.
It is a crime that none of the LOTR films are in the Top 20.
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12:51PM on 08/23/2016
agreed, but this is a pretty damn solid top 20.
agreed, but this is a pretty damn solid top 20.
4:31PM on 08/23/2016
Can't believe I didn't notice that and yes, an absolute travesty.
Can't believe I didn't notice that and yes, an absolute travesty.
6:36PM on 08/24/2016
I don't think it's a crime. I think they are some of the most overrated films of all time. But the list is only an opinion piece. Choose to ignore it and love the films that make you happy.
I don't think it's a crime. I think they are some of the most overrated films of all time. But the list is only an opinion piece. Choose to ignore it and love the films that make you happy.
11:39AM on 08/23/2016
Love the fact that Zodiac is rated so high on this list. One of my favorites of all time and also one of the most underrated films out there.
Love the fact that Zodiac is rated so high on this list. One of my favorites of all time and also one of the most underrated films out there.
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11:34AM on 08/23/2016
-1/10: CERTIFIED COPY; SYNECDOCHE NEW YORK; THE TREE OF LIFE.
-2/10: MULHOLLAND DRIVE.
-3/10: A PROPHET.
-4/10: BEFORE SUNSET; FAR FROM HEAVEN; MAD MAX 4; MOULIN ROUGE; THE PIANIST; SON OF SAUL.
-5/10: THE ASSASSIN; THE ASSASSINATION OF JESSE JAMES; THE WHITE RIBBON.
-6/10: A.I.; ALMOST FAMOUS; AMELIE; BROOKLYN; CITY OF GOD; A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE; INHERENT VICE; LOST IN TRANSLATION; MOONRISE KINGDOM; SPRING BREAKERS; ZERO DARK THIRTY.
-7/10: AMOUR; CAROL; CHILDREN OF MEN; CROUCHING TIGER
-1/10: CERTIFIED COPY; SYNECDOCHE NEW YORK; THE TREE OF LIFE.
-2/10: MULHOLLAND DRIVE.
-3/10: A PROPHET.
-4/10: BEFORE SUNSET; FAR FROM HEAVEN; MAD MAX 4; MOULIN ROUGE; THE PIANIST; SON OF SAUL.
-5/10: THE ASSASSIN; THE ASSASSINATION OF JESSE JAMES; THE WHITE RIBBON.
-6/10: A.I.; ALMOST FAMOUS; AMELIE; BROOKLYN; CITY OF GOD; A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE; INHERENT VICE; LOST IN TRANSLATION; MOONRISE KINGDOM; SPRING BREAKERS; ZERO DARK THIRTY.
-7/10: AMOUR; CAROL; CHILDREN OF MEN; CROUCHING TIGER HIDDEN DRAGON; FISH TANK; THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL; THE GREAT BEAUTY; THE MASTER; SHAME; THE SOCIAL NETWORK.
-8/10: 4 MONTHS 3 WEEKS AND 2 DAYS; BOYHOOD; BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR; THE DIVING BELL AND THE BUTTERFLY; ETERNAL SUNSHINE; THE HURT LOCKER; INCEPTION; PAN'S LABYRINTH; REQUIEM FOR A DREAM; THE ROYAL TENENBAUMS; THE SECRET IN THEIR EYES; A SERIOUS MAN; SPIRITED AWAY; SPOTLIGHT; TALK TO HER; THERE WILL BE BLOOD; UNDER THE SKIN.
-9/10: 12 YEARS A SLAVE; BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN; THE DARK KNIGHT; INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS; NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN; OLDBOY; RATATOUILLE; A SEPARATION; THE WOLF OF WALL STREET.
-10/10: FINDING NEMO; HER; INGLORIOUS BASTERDS; INSIDE OUT; MEMENTO; WALL-E.
-Worst good movies: IDA; LEVIATHAN.
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1:56PM on 08/23/2016
If Tree of Life isn't a 10/10, I don't know what the heck is. That movie has more subtext to it than any film I've ever seen, even more than 2001, which I thought would never happen.
If Tree of Life isn't a 10/10, I don't know what the heck is. That movie has more subtext to it than any film I've ever seen, even more than 2001, which I thought would never happen.
7:26AM on 08/24/2016
Well, I mentioned which movies I gave a 10. Of course that none of the movies I mentiond "are" a 1 or 10. It's just my opinion.
Well, I mentioned which movies I gave a 10. Of course that none of the movies I mentiond "are" a 1 or 10. It's just my opinion.
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10:54AM on 08/23/2016

Good List

a few movies are miss.
a few movies are miss.
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10:50AM on 08/23/2016
No Birdman? Also, leans too heavy on the last few years. Inherent Vice? Cmon.
No Birdman? Also, leans too heavy on the last few years. Inherent Vice? Cmon.
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12:49PM on 08/23/2016
I really liked Birdman, but every film on the top 20 is better with maybe the exception of Tree of Life. I'd have to watch that one again.
I really liked Birdman, but every film on the top 20 is better with maybe the exception of Tree of Life. I'd have to watch that one again.
10:46AM on 08/23/2016
TREE OF LIFE in the top 10?! Are they fucking serious?
TREE OF LIFE in the top 10?! Are they fucking serious?
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2:02PM on 08/23/2016
Heck yeah they are, this was basically a mini Sight & Sound poll (the biggest movie poll in the world, held once every 10 years) and Tree of Life was like the 3rd of 4th highest rated film of the 2000's (S&S does a top 250 of all-time list and Tree of Life ended up at #102. In fact, here you can view the directors and critics who voted it as one of the top 10 films ever made. [link]

It might not be everyone's cup of tea, but that sure as heck doesn't mean it's not a damn fine piece of art.">
Heck yeah they are, this was basically a mini Sight & Sound poll (the biggest movie poll in the world, held once every 10 years) and Tree of Life was like the 3rd of 4th highest rated film of the 2000's (S&S does a top 250 of all-time list and Tree of Life ended up at #102. In fact, here you can view the directors and critics who voted it as one of the top 10 films ever made. [link]

It might not be everyone's cup of tea, but that sure as heck doesn't mean it's not a damn fine piece of art.
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10:40AM on 08/23/2016

Not a bad list

City of God is rated way too low for my opinion. Far superior to more than a few in the top 20.
City of God is rated way too low for my opinion. Far superior to more than a few in the top 20.
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10:24AM on 08/23/2016

Title

It's "Eternal Sunshine OF the Spotless Mind," not "Eternal Sunshine IN the Spotless Mind."
It's "Eternal Sunshine OF the Spotless Mind," not "Eternal Sunshine IN the Spotless Mind."
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