Best of the Decade

We’re coming to the end of the first decade of the 21st Century. I’m going to post a list of…oh, 25 films, I suppose, that I consider the best among the last ten years. I could tap out a list of the best 100 without breaking a sweat, but we may as well be tough about this. There are two ways to assemble such a list. One is to deliberately exclude excellent films that were commercially popular, and the other, obviously, is to only choose films that were great but which the mob ignored. I may make a list of both kinds. In any case, I’m asking for lists from the readership as a way of starting the process.

  • DarthCorleone

    Nominees off the top of my head…

    There Will Be Blood

    No Country For Old Men

    City Of God

    The Lives Of Others

    Oldboy

    Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind

    The Royal Tenenbaums

    Almost Famous

    Brokeback Mountain

    Zodiac

    Adaptation

    …and – I promise I’m not looking to start any trouble – but

    Inglourious Basterds. :- )

  • Colin

    In alphabetical order:

    28 Weeks Later(surprise…not Boyle)

    Children of Men

    Collateral

    The Dark Knight

    The Departed

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    The Mist

    No Country for Old Men

    The Prestige

    Thank You for Smoking

    There Will Be Blood

    Zodiac

    And I’m guessing here Up in the Air

  • Chase Kahn

    “Inglourious Basterds”

    yikes.

    Off the top of my head:

    ‘Children of Men’

    ‘There Will Be Blood’

    ‘Wonder Boys’

    ‘Zodiac’

    ‘Assassination of Jesse James’

    ‘The Prestige’

    ‘Che’

    ‘The Fountain’

    ‘The New World’

    ‘4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days’

  • Colin

    Shit. I forgot Memento & The Fountain

  • Jamieson

    No particular order

    Mulholland Drive

    The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

    There Will Be Blood

    Zodiac

    The Prestige

    The Pianist

    In Bruges

    Ratatouille

    The Lives of Others

    In the Mood For Love

    Memento

    The New World

    4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days

    O Brother Where Art Thou

    United 93

    Brokeback Mountain

    The Dark Knight

    Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World

    Munich

    In the Bedroom

    Downfall

    Memories of Murder

    Away From Her

    Pan’s Labyrinth

    Into the Wild

    No Country For Old Men

    Edge of Heaven

    The Hurt Locker

    Waltz With Bashir

  • http://kingdomofdoom.wordpress.com/ TulseLuper

    There Will Be Blood

    No Country for Old Men

    This is England

    Irreversible

    The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

    Mulholland Drive

    Spirited Away

    Punch-Drunk Love

    Elephant

    Dead Man’s Shoes

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    In the Mood for Love

    2046

    City of God

  • Mike Ock

    Dirty Pretty Things

    Bully

    Y Tu Mama Tambien

    Swimming Pool

    The Departed

    Borat

    City of God

    Inside (french horror film)

    Slumdog Millionaire

    Inglorious Basterds

  • mpswain7

    Brokeback Mountain

    The Century of the Self

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    Rachel Getting Married

    Michael Clayton

    Zodiac

    The Prestige

    The Lives of Others

    Together (Moodysson)

    Munich

    4 Months, 3 Weeks…

    Requiem for a Dream

    The Incredibles

    Finding Nemo

    Sideways

    About Schmidt

    Before the Devil…

    United 93

    Deliver Us From Evil

    Enron: The Smartest Guys…

    Maria Full of Grace

    Capturing the Friedmans

    Fog of War

    Traffic

    You Can Count on Me

    All the Real Girls

    Bourne Supremacy

    Bowling for Columbine

  • nightheat

    All of these films you guys are listing are obvious lazy choices. Sorrrz

  • Goulet

    Not sure about the order, but something like:

    Moulin Rouge!

    The Lord of the Rings

    There Will Be Blood

    Kill Bill

    Dogville

    Signs

    Almost Famous

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    The Fountain

    Che

  • Jamieson

    Can’t believe I forgot Michael Clayton and Before the Devil, those would be on mine as well :)

  • Jamieson

    Calling everyone’s choices lazy is even lazier without posting choices of your own, nightheat.

  • berg

    Irreversible

    Russian Ark

    Almost Famous

    Zodiac

    I Heart Huckabees

  • McClaneSveUs

    Collateral

    There Will Be Blood

    City of God

    Almost Famous

    The Bourne Supremacy

    No Country For Old Men

    Adaptation

    Traffic

    Kill Bill 2

    The Proposition

  • Majorian99

    Jamieson’s list is mine too. Perfect list IMO Jamieson but I would add CITY OF GOD, THE PIANIST, TRAFFIC and INGLORIOUS BASTERDS too.

    So what if it’s more great movies on the list…

  • Majorian99

    And add SIDEWAYS, ABOUT SCHMIDTand RATATOUILLE too…

  • Mike Ock

    Actually, here’s my revised list:

    Dirty Pretty Things

    Bully

    Y Tu Mama Tambien

    Amores Perros

    Snatch

    Erin Brockovich

    Swimming Pool

    Training Day

    The Departed

    Borat

    City of God

    Farenheit 9/11

    Inside (french horror film)

    The Cooler

    The Good thief

    Unfaithful

    Hustle And Flow

    The Hoax

    Slumdog Millionaire

    Tyson

    Inglorious Basterds

  • Mike Ock

    Good call on whoever posted Maria Full of Grace and United 93. Add those to my list as well.

  • Lost_Contacts

    Almost Famous

    The Royal Tenenbaums

    Bowling for Columbine

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    Kill Bill

    Synecdoche, New York

    The New World

    The Aristocrats

    Borat

    Gone Baby Gone

    Children of Men

    Pan’s Labyrinth

    Dave Chappelle’s Block Party

    Sweeney Todd

    WALL*E

  • Rob

    Adaptation

    There Will be Blood

    Borat

    Sideways

    The Piano Teacher

    Up

    Morvern Callar

    Mulholland Drive

    In the Bedroom

    Ghost World

    Children of Men

    The Triplets of Belleville

    The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

  • McClaneSveUs

    Loved About Schmidt….

    Lord of the Rings should get some consideration.

    I think I’d include The Dark Knight before The Departed (in my crime epic slot)

  • lazarus

    Gangs of New York (decades after the hype, this won’t be a mocked choice)

    Spirited Away

    The New World

    2046

    Solaris (Soderberg)

    The Man Who Wasn’t There

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    I’m Not There

    No Country For Old Men

    There Will Be Blood

    Bad Education

    Millennium Actress

    The Prestige

    The Story of Marie & Julien (Jacques Rivette)

    Volver

    Kings & Queen

    Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

    Heaven (Tom Tykwer)

    Mulholland Dr.

    Cold Mountain

    The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

  • worrywort

    Ones not said

    Amelie

    Whale Rider

    Dear Zachary

    Kung Fu Hustle

    Diving Bell

    Primer

  • great scott

    BEST OF THE DECADE:

    Watchmen

    Inglourious Basterds

    Crash

    Lord of the Rings Trilogy

    Munich

    Spider-Man 3

    WORST OF THE DECADE:

    Che

    The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

    Up in the Air

    Zodiac

    The Hurt Locker

    Revoltionary Road

  • Chase Kahn

    I would add:

    ‘Cache’

    ‘Master and Commander’

    ‘Gosford Park’

    ‘Little Children’

    ‘Mulholland Drive’

    as honorable mentions…

  • JoC

    ‘The New World’

    ‘4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days’

    Hunger

    Pan’s Labyrinth

    Whale Rider

    City of God

    The Lives of Others

    The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

    You Can Count on Me

    Y Tu Mama Tambien

    Brokeback Mountain

    In Bruges

    Just films that made me 1)feel something or 2) envious I didn’t make them.

  • Lost_Contacts

    I forgot City of God and Man on Wire.

  • Mike Ock

    Fuck, how could I forget my favorite comedy! Add Bad Santa to my list!

  • JoC

    Add

    Grbavica

    A Very Long Engagement

  • Mike Ock

    Ok this is absolutely my last revised list.

    Dirty Pretty Things

    Bully

    Y Tu Mama Tambien

    Amores Perros

    Snatch

    Erin Brockovich

    Swimming Pool

    Training Day

    The Departed

    Borat

    City of God

    Farenheit 9/11

    Inside (french horror film)

    The Cooler

    The Good Thief

    Unfaithful

    Bad Santa

    Maria Full of Grace

    United 93

    Love Me if You Dare

    Hustle And Flow

    Closer

    The Hoax

    Slumdog Millionaire

    Tyson

    Inglorious Basterds

  • loyal

    anyone who includes Slumdog Millionaire should be automatically discounted.

  • http://www.thecornercinema.com loyal

    and Crash

  • Mike Ock

    @ loyal – Why for having good taste? Should I replace it with Miami Vice?

  • Balthazar

    Spirited Away

    There Will Be Blood

    Road to Perdition

    Lord of the Rings trilogy

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    Punch-Drunk Love

    The Incredibles

    Pan’s Labyrinth

    WALL-E

    American Splendor

    Erin Brockovich

    Ghost World

    Capote

    The Wrestler

    Traffic

    Zodiac

    Wonder Boys

    Almost Famous

    A Beautiful Mind

  • http://www.thecornercinema.com loyal

    I don’t think taste has anything to do with it. Not sure Tyson (which I loved) would make the grade either. The latter is just too recent and the former, well, its Slumdog.

  • DarthCorleone

    I forgot some that y’all mentioned, but I don’t really feel the need to add them, since these are just nominees for Mr. Wells to consider. In fact, I intentionally left some of my favorites off because I knew there was no way he would consider them.

    nightheat >> Sorry we lazy people are not as schooled and erudite in the world of cinema as you are. I listed my favorite films of the decade that I remembered in the moment. End assignment. There’s nothing lazy about it just because I happen to agree with many people and don’t have the opportunity to see as many lesser-seen films as you.

  • Mike Ock

    Well since it is MY list, I feel pretty comfortable putting it there. You’re free to put whatever you want on yours.

  • lawnorder

    Lives of Others

    Oldboy

    City of God

    Slumdog Millionaire

    Sexy Beast

    Man on Fire

    Apocalypto

    United 93

    Away From Her

    Black Hawk Down

    Brick

    The Proposition

    Stander

    Venus

    Let the Right One In

    The Prestige

    Kill Bill(s)

    Running Scared

    Intacto

    Hustle and Flow

    Training Day

  • cof

    this is always such an interesting challenge because there are films that are the indisputably great films and the films that are my very favorite. often these overlap but for example i love Raging Bull and it’s a near perfect movie but it’s not one of my favorites that I love. annie hall and nashville are great movies that are my favorite

    i think THERE WILL BE BLOOD is a great movie but i don’t love love it.

    anyway here are my 15 most favorite movies in the last 10 years – the ones that excited me while i was watching them and that made me love movies

    MOVERN CALLAR – Lynne Ramsay

    ELEPHANT – Gus Van Sant

    LET THE RIGHT ONE IN – Tomas Alfredson

    MARGOT AT THE WEDDING – Noah Bombeck

    LAST DAYS – Gus Van Sant

    ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND – Michel Gondry

    LOST IN TRANSLATION – Sofia Coppola

    KILL BILL 2 – Tarantino

    FIGHT CLUB David Fincher

    FEMME FATALE – Brian De Palma

    SLIENT LIGHT – Carlos Reygadas

    INLAND EMPIRE – David lynch

    THE ASSASSINATION OF JESSE JAMES BY THE COWARD ROBERT FORD – Andrew Dominik

    MASTER AND COMMANDER – Peter Wier

    WONDER BOYS – Curtis Hanson

  • Jay T.

    A lot of movies listed so far that I like, but for a list like this I’m keeping a narrow focus. For me, three films immediately came to mind…

    – There Will Be Blood

    – City of God

    – Almost Famous (keeps getting better)

    And then behind them by quite a bit…

    – The Departed

    – Traffic

    – Mystic River

    – Gone Baby Gone

    – Wonder Boys

    – The Quiet American

    – Syriana

    – Michael Clayton

    There’s some other good movies, to be sure, but this makes me appreciate just how good the late 90’s were in comparison. This is cheating, but when it comes down to it I’d also include…

    – The Wire

    – Mad Men

    – The Sopranos

    I’d argue that all three shows are as good as any movie during this decade.

  • http://www.thecornercinema.com loyal

    Hey, if you can still sleep at night Doc Ock…

    I think decade retrospectives should be reserved for, well films that are actually great.

  • Jay T.

    @cof – Fight Club was 1999 (one of the best years for movies ever). I almost put Lost in Translation on my list as well. It’s not as good as some of those other movies, but was great for what it wanted to be, if that makes sense.

  • Mark

    So you can either exclude popular films, or only choose films that were not overly popular? That sounds like the same list.

    Balthazar – Congrats. It only took 34 posts of silly Top 50 lists, before someone included Traffic. And i think only one person included an Ang Lee movie.

  • Mike Ock

    @ loyal – And since you are the authority on great films, where’s your list?

  • Jay T.

    I can’t believe I forgot Bad Santa – great call.

  • melville

    I think the importance of these “Decade in Review” lists is to place movies that one can foresee having a lasting impression of the viewer 10, 20 years from now. I know, someone will take me to task for Inglourious, but I feel at the end of the day, when this year is over with, IB will continue to have an influence on filmmakers, film goers, and critics. So without further adieu —

    Best of the Decade:

    There Will Be Blood

    In The Mood For Love

    The Royal Tenenbaums

    The Assassination of Jesse James

    Babel

    Amelie

    Sympathy For Lady Vengeance

    Cache

    Gosford Park

    Inglourious Basterds

  • http://colemancornerincinema.blogspot.com Alexander

    Some titles off the top off my head…

    A.I. Artificial Intelligence

    Minority Report

    Catch Me If You Can

    War of the Worlds

    Munich

    In the Mood For Love

    2046

    Inglourious Basterds

    Death Proof

    No Country for Old Men

    Burn After Reading

    Talk To Her

    Bad Education

    Volver

    The Story of Marie & Julien

    A Very Long Engagement

    Saraband

    Everlasting Moments

    The Dark Knight

    Adaptation

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    Synecdoche, New York

    Shotgun Stories

    Mulholland Drive

    Inland Empire

    Shattered Glass

    Yi Yi

    Syndromes and a Century

    Broken Flowers

    25th Hour

    The Fast Runner

    Waltz With Bashir

    Moolade

    Werckmeister Harmonies

    Nobody Knows

    The Duchess of Langeais

    The New World

    The Wrestler

    Ballast

    Va Savoir

    Brick

    The Brothers Bloom

    Breaking News

    Election

    Election 2

    Exiled

    Okay, I’ll stop, I’ll stop!

  • Balthazar

    One thing that strikes me — and maybe it’s just that the movies have aged terrifically well — is that most of the more interesting films seem to be from the first half of the decade. Where are the Wonder Boys, Ghost World and American Splendor of 2009?

  • http://martiansattackingindianapolis.blogspot.com Josh Massey

    Alphabetical order, and all that.

    Apocalypto

    The Assassination of Jesse James By the Coward Robert Ford

    The Aviator

    Children of Men

    City of God

    Dawn of the Dead

    The Departed

    Ghost World

    A History of Violence

    In Bruges

    The Incredibles

    Irreversible

    Kill Bill: Vol I

    Michael Clayton

    Mulholland Dr.

    Open Range

    Rambo

    Rocky Balboa

    The Royal Tenenbaums

    Signs

    There Will Be Blood

    Wonder Boys

    The Wrestler

    You Can Count On Me

    For the record, not kidding about any of them.

  • LexG

    In chronological:

    Requiem for a Dream

    Black Hawk Down

    Memento

    Mulholland Dr.

    25th Hour

    Minority Report

    About Schmidt

    Collateral

    Man on Fire

    Sideways

    Munich

    Brokeback Mountain

    The Departed

    Little Children

    There Will Be Blood

    No Country for Old Men

    Into the Wild

    Assassination of Jesse James

    The Dark Knight

    The Hurt Locker

  • lawnorder

    Well, since Miramax has been cut down to just four new films a year, I think it’s fairly obvious. Independent distributors and financiers have been bought and dismantled for the most part. There aren’t too many people left in the game. Sony Classics and Fox Searchlight, for the most part.

  • Nick X

    in order

    1. The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (Andrew Dominik)

    2. Oldboy (Park Chan-wook)

    3. (tie) Requiem for a Dream (Darren Aronofsky) and There Will Be Blood (Paul Thomas Anderson)

    4. War of the Worlds (Steven Spielberg)

    5. seasons 4 and 5 of The Shield, with Forrest Whitaker and Anthony Anderson

    6. (tie) Children of Men (Alfonso Cuaron) and District 9 (Neill Blomkamp)

    7. Mulholland Drive (David Lynch)

    8. The Departed (Martin Scorsese)

    9. Irreversible (Gaspar Noe)

    10. Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (Park Chan-wook)

    11. (3way tie) The Bourne Supremacy and Ultimatum and United 93 (Paul Greengrass)

    12. Undertow (David Gordon Green)

    13. Grindhouse, theatrical version (Tarantino and Rodriguez)

    14. parts of Inland Empire (Lynch)

    15. Sideways (Alexander Payne)

    16. Miami Vice (Michael Mann) yes I’m serious

  • Mark

    sorry, McClaneSveUs mentioned Traffic as well. i like his list because it also includes a Bourne movie, which i find requisite. (though I find Supremacy to be the weakest of the series.)

  • Matthew Starr

    I guess I am the only one who liked In America and La Vie En Rose (more than just a great performance).

  • Nick X

    And you know what, reading these lists makes me happy, because I see that even those right-wing folks whose comments I often vehemently disagree with on political posts have terrific taste in movies and we can mutually appreciate the majesty that is The Assassination of Jesse James. Most pleasing.

  • Mike Ock

    @ Matthew Star – Excellent call on In America. I don’t know how I forgot it.

  • Big G

    Traffic

    In the Bedroom

    The Pianist

    Mystic River

    Sideways

    Brokeback Mountain

    The Departed

    No Country For Old Men

    The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

    The Hurt Locker

  • Kristopher Tapley

    Been putting this list together lately myself. Almost there, just catching up on some things…

  • buckzollo

    Man on Fire

    Man on Wire

    Into The Wild

    Chopper

    Walk The Line

    The Lives of Others

  • YND

    I’ve got a list of 17 films that I think are the truly great films of the 00s and I’ve been rewatching them with friends to reassess. So far, all have lived up to the challenge:

    (alphabetical)

    BEAU TRAVAIL

    BEFORE SUNSET

    CHILDREN OF MEN

    DOGVILLE

    ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND

    GERRY

    IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE

    KILL BILL VOL. 1

    MULHOLLAND DRIVE

    THE NEW WORLD

    NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN

    PAN’S LABYRINTH

    SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE

    THERE WILL BE BLOOD

    WALL*E

    WENDY AND LUCY

    ZODIAC

  • YND

    … and having introduced rooms of people to GERRY and WENDY AND LUCY for the first time, I’m really pleased with how well they played (even to people who “normally wouldn’t like” that kind of thing).

  • http://www.flixster.com/user/carlosgonzalezsalicrup carlos alejandro

    A “first 22 / second 22″. in no particular order (couldn’t come up with 50):

    The Diving Bell and The Butterfly

    Waking Life

    In the Mood for Love

    Y tu Mama Tambien

    Dancer in the Dark

    Before Sunset

    The Pianist

    The Best of Youth

    Balseros

    The Power of Nightmares

    The Death of Mr. Lazarescu

    Paradise Now

    Man Push Cart

    Deliver Us from Evil

    Into The Wild

    4 months, 3 weeks, 2 days

    Elegy

    Control

    Before Night Falls

    Wendy & Lucy

    Hable con Ella (Talk to Her)

    Man on Wire

    Once

    You can count on me

    Sexy Beast

    Saraband

    Solaris (Soderbergh)

    The Agronomist

    El Clown (film from Puerto Rico)

    OldBoy

    Rabbit Proof Fence

    Whale Rider

    Riding Alone for Thousands of Miles

    Shortbus

    Hustle & Flow

    Dogville

    Irreversible

    Flash of Genius

    L’Auberge Espagnole

    There will be blood

    Lost in Translation

    Lust, Caution

    The Kite Runner

    Che

  • http://lipranzer.blogspot.com lipranzer

    My top ten of the decade:

    Children of Men

    21 Grams

    Almost Famous

    Brokeback Mountain

    Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

    Mystic River

    The Pianist

    There Will Be Blood

    In the Bedroom

    The Good Shepherd

    And then after that, in alphabetical order:

    Adaptation

    Ali

    Amelie

    Capote

    Cold Mountain

    Dirty Pretty Things

    Lantana

    The Lives of Others

    Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

    Memento

    Punch Drunk Love

    The Royal Tenenbaums

    Saraband

    Traffic

    Y Tu Mama Tambien

  • arturobandini2

    Looking over everyone’s list, I’m stunned how much good stuff I saw this decade that I’d forgotten. And ashamed how much I need to catch up on. My nominees are in two categories:

    I. REPEATABLE

    Mulholland Drive

    Cache

    Bad Santa

    The House of Mirth

    The Piano Teacher

    A History of Violence

    Kings and Queen

    The Corporation

    Y Tu Mama Tambien

    The Triplets of Belleville

    Maria, Full of Grace

    Volver

    Let the Right One In

    Wonder Boys

    Sex and Lucia

    House of Flying Daggers

    II. OBSESSIVE

    Morvern Callar

    demonlover

    In the Mood for Love

    Ashes of Time (Redux)

    The Live of Others

    Friday Night [C. Denis]

    Tropical Malady

  • BanksAreForRivers

    A few I haven’t seen mentioned:

    Songs From the Second Floor

    The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada

    The Grey Zone

    Also,

    Ratcatcher had a UK release of ’99, but a US release of 2000. Does that count?

  • OchoCinco

    Breaking the rules here but the best “films” over the past decade are the following:

    The Wire

    The Shield

    The Sopranos

    Breaking Bad

    Mad Men

    Not one movie in the past 10 years can touch these shows in scope, storytelling and character.

  • Emmanuel_Goldstein

    The Proposition

    Road to Perdition

    Wall-E

    Michael Clayton

    Children of Men

    Assassination of Jesse James by the coward Robert Ford

    Adventureland

    There Will be Blood

    The Lives of Others

    The Dark Knight

    Pan’s Labyrinth

    Traffic

    Che Part 1

    Band of Brothers (I know it’s not a film but I had to)

    Good Night, and Good Luck

    Zodiac

    Half Nelson

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    The Lord of the Rings

    Hurt Locker

    The Bourne Ultimatum

    United 93

    Oldboy

    In America

    25th Hour

    Milk

    A Christmas Tale

    No Country for Old Men

    Kingdom of Heaven extended cut

    Letters from Iwo Jima

    Lost in Translation

  • Ben C

    Capturing The Friedmans

    The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

    The Triplets of Belleville

    Infernal Affairs

    Once

    Hedwig and the Angry Inch

    3-Iron

    Head-On

    have yet to be mentioned…

  • mtgilchrist

    btw great, scott.

  • The InSneider

    I am also compiling a list of The Best of the Decade. It will most likely be separated into American and Foreign films. Like Tapley, I’m catching up on what I missed. Got The Pianist and You Can Count On Me on Netflix now. One movie that seems to have gone completely underappreciated, with the exception of Emanuel Goldstein, is HALF NELSON. Definitely in my Top 10 of the Decade.

  • Tommy Udo

    i usually do not participate in posts but this was too much fun to avoid so here goes:

    (no order)

    No Country for Old Men

    There Will Be Blood

    Squid and the Whale (surprised i did not see this listed)

    Let the Right One In

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    LOTR – Fellowship

    Paranoid Park

    Brokeback Mountain

    Assassination of Jessie James

    Oldboy

    Y Tu Mama Tambien

    Almost Famous

    Ratatouille

    Synecdoche, New York

    4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days

    Flight of the Red Balloon

    Ghost World

    Zodiac

    Pan’s Labyrinth

    Mullholland Dr

    In the Mood for Love

    Public Enemies

  • Alvy Singer

    Thought I’d see more love for Brokeback Mountain.

    Persepolis

    I Heart Huckabees

    Match Point

    Milk

    Diving Bell & the Butterfly

    There Will Be Blood

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    WALL-E

    Bloody Sunday

  • vulgar71

    Let me throw my hat in too (in no particular order):

    City of God

    Children of Men

    There Will Be Blood

    No Country for Old Men

    WALL-E & Up

    Lord of the Rings Trilogy

    Pan’s Labyrinth

    The Dark Knight

    Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter… and Spring

    The Bourne Trilogy

    Match Point

    Hedwig and the Angry Inch

    Dirty Pretty Things

    Songs from the Second Floor

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    The Pianist

    And probably a lot more.

  • Joe G

    Good lord, do I see some consensus forming?

    There Will Be Blood

    No Country for Old Men

    Mystic River

    Children of Men

    Pan’s Labyrinth

    Before the Devil…

    The Proposition

    The Incredibles

    City of God

    I’ll throw in a few idiosyncratic picks –

    Spirited Away (best cartoon)

    Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (as the decade of Will Ferrell comes to a close)

    The Host (best monster movie)

    Capote (best biopic)

    Ghost World (teen flick)

    Open Range (non-revisionist western)

    The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada (revisionist western)

    School of Rock (kids’ movie)

    Sexy Beast (crime)

  • http://christianhamaker.wordpress.com/ Discman

    You need something by Hou, and my personal favorite, Ceylan.

  • Joe G

    The Lives of Others – have to add agreement there

  • lehigh

    Lots of good stuff here.

    In no order:

    The Royal Tennenbaums

    Michael Clayton

    Traffic

    The Lives of Others

    Ratatouille

    Sideways

    Man On Wire

    The Bourne Series

    The Departed

    Y Tu Mama Tambien

    Also: Gosford Park, Brokeback Mountain, Deep Water, Children of Men, Quantum of Solace, Wonder Boys, Lost in Translation, A Serious Man, Revolutionary Road, Punch Drunk Love, Vicky Christina Barcelona, Knocked Up, Bloody Sunday.

  • great scott

    Okay, seriously this time:

    The Dark Knight

    Million Dollar Baby

    The Departed

    Little Miss Sunshine

    No Country for Old Men

    Cinderella Man

    Traffic

    Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon

    Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead

    The Hurt Locker

    The Lives of Others

    Benjamin Button

    Frost/Nixon

    American Gangster

    The Aviator

  • COCO

    JUST A QUICK LIST….NOT COMPLETE

    MOMENTO

    CHILDREN OF MEN

    THE AVIATOR

    NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN

    SIDEWAYS

    MICHAEL CLAYTON

    CITY OF GOD

    SEXY BEAST

    IN BRUGES

    THE ASSASINATION OF JESSE JAMES

    UNITED 93

    SOME FINE FILMS….SOME CLUNKERS…..

    SOME GENIUS IN A BOTTLE…..THE BEST OF THE BEST….BUT I HAVEN’T SEEN MANY OTHERS.

  • nightheat

    These are a few films that I can watch over and over, and came at the top of my head…

    Mysterious Skin

    The Dreamers

    13 Conversations about One Thing

    Ghost World

    I’m Not There

    The Fog Of War

    Donnie Darko

    High Fidelity

    Sideways

    Syriana

  • WJ

    O Brother, Where Art Thou?

    The Devil’s Backbone

    The Lord of the Rings

    Memento

    Spirited Away

    City of God

    Finding Nemo

    The Station Agent

    Collateral

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    The Incredibles

    The Constant Gardener

    Good Night, and Good Luck.

    Memories of Murder

    Stay

    Children of Men

    Letters from Iwo Jima

    The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

    The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

    No Country for Old Men

    There Will Be Blood

    Zodiac

    4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days

    The Dark Knight

    Wall*E

  • Pinko Punko

    I find in incredibly heartening that a film somewhat ignored, The Assination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford seems to be almost universally cited in this thread. I think it was better than There Will Be Blood and No Country for Old Men, two films I thought were exceptionally strong.

    Oddly, I can’t shake the idea that Mulholland Drive might be the best of the decade.

    I also note that In Bruges has done much better here than it seemed to when it was out. I thought it was fantastic.

    Of the films I have seen, I think these are very strong:

    Mulholland Drive
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
Amelie

    Man on Wire

    You Can Count on Me

    Sexy Beast

    Once

    No Country For Old Men

    In Bruges

    There Will Be Blood

    Memento

    O Brother Where Art Thou

    Michael Clayton

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    Requiem for a Dream

    Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

    I Heart Huckabees

    Adaptation

    Russian Ark

    Master and Commander

    Brick

    Punch Drunk Love

    The House of Mirth

    The Triplets of Belleville

    Speed Racer

    Traffic I think was poor, as were LOTR films.

  • http://www.suburbanvoodoo.blogspot.com maxfm

    In no order…

    The Assassination of Jesse James (#1, actually)

    Inglorious Basterds

    There Will Be Blood

    No Country for Old Men

    The Diving Bell & the Butterfly

    In Bruges

    Michael Clayton

    The Fog of War

    Syriana

    Zodiac

  • malibugigolo

    The Intruder / Denis

    Sexy Beast / Glazer

    Los Bastardos/ Escalante

    You Can Count on Me/ Lonergan

    The Proposition/ Hillcoat

    Office Space/ Judge

    Battle in Heaven/ Reygadas

    Revanche / Spielmann

    Oyster Farmer/ Reeves

    Ivansxtc/ Rose

  • Nick X

    Wow, I am honestly so thrilled, like Pinko, to see Assassination of Jesse James on a plurality (almost a majority? i don’t have the will to count) of lists. It’s absolutely my favorite movie of the decade. After I saw it for the first time I was so affected that I simply canceled my plans for the rest of the night, went straight home, and thought about it for hours. I even wrote a breathless and rambling piece that night (still online: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/nick-antosca/the-assassination-of-jess_b_65427.html) about how much I loved it. My admiration has only grown, and I think it’ll be one of the movies from the decade that I’ll still watch when I’m an old man, or a free-floating consciousness in the cloudnet, or whatever we’ll be in 50 years.

  • YND

    @Pinko – I think you’re right — and when the well-publicized lists start coming out, I think we’re going to see MULHOLLAND and THERE WILL BE BLOOD and A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE very high on the concensus.

    The first two might be my personal Top Two… but, while I admire AHOV a lot, it just doesn’t quite measure up to the decade’s (or Cronenberg’s) best.

  • http://scottalanmendelson.blogspot.com Scott Mendelson

    In general release order –

    Wonder Boys

    Almost Famous

    Unbreakable

    The Emperor’s New Groove

    Memento

    The Pledge

    Joyride

    Fellowship of the Ring

    Frailty (best horror film of the decade)

    Changing Lanes

    Spirited Away

    Adaptation

    The Two Towers

    Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker (uncut version)

    Shanghai Knights (best Jackie Chan film ever)

    The Core (great B-movie cheese with great actors)

    Open Range (best western of decade)

    In America

    Return Of the King

    Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (best comedy of 00s)

    The Incredibles

    Polar Express 3D (still the coolest 3D movie)

    Million Dollar Baby

    Sahara (great old-fashioned adventure romp)

    Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

    Batman Begins

    Dark Water (best Asian horror remake ever)

    Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

    King Kong

    Munich

    Akeelah and the Bee

    When The Levees Broke

    Deliver Us From Evil

    The Prestige

    Casino Royale

    Meet The Robinsons

    Ratatouille

    Away From Her

    Crazy Love

    Hairspray (00’s best musical because it doesn’t cheat)

    Bush’s War (5-hour PBS Frontline documentary)

    Speed Racer

    The Dark Knight

    Coraline 3D

    Up

    And that’s it for now.

  • sumo-pop

    The Departed

    Dark Knight

    The Wrestler

    Children of Men

    Traffic

    The Assassination of Jesse James

    Sex and Lucia

    Michael Clayton

    Dirty Pretty Things

    No Country For Old Men

    There Will Be Blood

    Zodiac

    United 93

    House of Flying Daggers

    High Fidelity

    Collateral

    Public Enemies

    21 Grams

    Fahrenheit 9/11

    City of God

    The Constant Gardener

    Mysterious Skin

    Magnolia

    Crouching Tiger,Hidden Dragon

    Tomorrow I’ll look back on this and think of 5-6 movies that I completely blanked on.

  • http://scottalanmendelson.blogspot.com Scott Mendelson

    Crap… forgot Requiem For A Dream

  • EricGilde

    Nobody has mentioned The Return (dir. Andrei Zvyagintsev), which I personally would include on any list of 25. Also:

    Amores Perros

    You Can Count on Me

    The Royal Tenenbaums

    Old Boy

    Wendy and Lucy

    Spirited Away

    Irreversible

    Children of Men

    The 25th Hour

    Requiem For A Dream

    United 93

    American Splendor

    City of God

    The Fog of War

    Talk to Her

    Wonder Boys

    Amelie

    Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada

    There Will Be Blood

    Pixar minus Cars

  • Satyajit’s Son

    In the Mood for Love

    L’Enfant

    Brokeback Mountain

    Talk to Her

    Waltz with Bashir

    A History of Violence

    Amores Perros

    Traffic

    The Diving Bell and Butterfly

    You Can Count on Me

    A Time for Druken Horse

    Open Hearts

    Lilya 4-Ever

    All About Lily Chou Chou

    No Country for Old Men

    YiYi

    There Will Be Blood

    Lantana

    Mulholland Dr.

    Sprited Away

    Elephant

    Cache

    The Return

    The Incredibles

    Moolaade

  • whereisthysting

    Syriana

    Tropical Malady

    Mafioso

    Hidden Blade

    Twilight Samurai

    Bright Star

    Letters from Iwo Jima

    The Band’s Visit

    Tell No One

    Once

    The Royal Tennanmabums

    About Schmidt

    Don’t Be Afraid

    Napoleon Dynamite

    Little Miss Sunshine

    The Death of Mr. Lazarescu

    Monster

    Brokeback Mountain

    Finding Nemo

    Turtles Can Fly

    The Blair Witch Project

    Revolutionary Road

    Atonement

    The Lives of Others

    Persepolis

    Crimson Gold

    Offside

    Waltz With Bashir

    O Brother Where Art Thou

    The Return

  • DeeZee

    My list would include Paprika and/or Millennium Actress, Memento, Kung Fu Hustle, Lust, Caution, Mindgame, Nasu, Ghost World, Batman Begins, Beautiful Boxer, Ichi the Killer, and Danny the Dog. An optional choice to consider is A Scanner Darkly, I guess. And maybe Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence, while I’m at it.

    Lost: Yeah, Sweeney should be on mine, too. This is the only time Burton’s going to give something back to his fans for a while before he goes back to his current tentpole adaptation phase.

    Josh: I dug Rambo, too, but I was afraid to include it. Dunno if I consider it the “best”, but it’s the most refreshing action movie with a non-whiny teenage lead I’ve seen in a decade.

    Anyway, the new Jim Carrey.

    http://movies.yahoo.com/news/usmovies.accesshollywood.com/jim-carrey-shows-off-fuller-figure-three-stooges

    Apparently, we’re the 13th best place to live now.

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20091005/ts_afp/undevelopmentpoverty_20091005115324

    Letterman likes bringing up domestic disputes to tv. He also had a kid with that chick.

    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/content_display/news/e3id9b527feb78495413de2f74ada1d3876

    Oprah tries her luck at a Crash-like flick.

    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/content_display/film/news/e3i29ea94e0c38084720897fa0fbba71601

    Carnal Knowledge: The Next Generation?

    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/content_display/film/news/e3i03c5991d65201a60659e58ad20b94249

    Anyone wanna see a full-length version of “Thanksgiving”?

    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/content_display/film/news/e3id9b527feb784954111a726b22b3681dc

    Bobby’s new flick plays @ AFI.

    http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118009598.html?categoryId=2825&cs=1

    Clip of “Splice”.

    http://www.themoviebox.net/movies/2010/Splice/trailer.php

    Latest Wild Things clips.

    http://www.themoviebox.net/movies/2009/STUVWXYZ/Where-the-Wild-Things-Are/trailer.php

  • whereisthysting

    Would also like to add to my list above:

    Redacted

    A History of Violence

  • DeeZee

    Correction. The kid was with his wife.

  • Geoff

    Really tough to resist this one, here is my Top Ten:

    1. City of God

    2. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    3. Memento

    4. Wonder Boys

    5. Munich

    6. The Departed

    7. United 93

    8. Slumdog Millionaire

    9. The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

    10. Man on Wire

    My top two are really in a continuous battle and the rest of the top ten are agonizingly close. Here is a list of the rest, in no particular order:

    The Incredibles

    Batman Begins

    Casino Royale

    Traffic

    Erin Brockovich

    Lord of the Rings trilogy

    Master and Commander

    Shattered Glass

    Lost in Translation

    Bloody Sunday

    Stranger than Fiction

    The Matrix Reloaded

    The Bourne Identity

    Once

    Touching the Void

    High Fidelity

    The Hurt Locker

    Inglorious Bastards

    District 9

    Milk

    Millions

    The Bank Job

    Children of Men

    Brokeback Mountain

    The Constant Gardener

    Requiem for a Dream

    Juno

    School of Rock

    Inside Man

    The Fog of War

    One Hour Photo

  • CitizenKanedforChewingGum

    Where’s Inglourious Basterds on your list, DeeZee?

    Funny how time changes things. Ten years ago, I simply couldn’t envision a list like this without SW: Episode III. Now I find that I’m utterly incapable of taking the one list including it seriously.

  • Joe G

    Going back to Jeff’s original post –

    “There are two ways to assemble such a list. One is to deliberately exclude excellent films that were commercially popular, and the other, obviously, is to only choose films that were great but which the mob ignored.”

    I guess I can see the second criteria, but I am stumped as to the first. Are we doing the top 25, or the “overlooked” thing? (This exercise already has me modifying the Netflix queue.)

  • Geoff

    Looking back at my list, I’m suprised to see that there are so few directors repeating, my only ones:

    Christopher Nolan – Memento, Batman Begins

    Sorry TDK’s flaws have become more apparent, really good movie, but I find it does not have the repeatability for me that ‘Begins does. Though really, Nolan had a top decade – TDK, The Prestige, and Insomnia (what an underrated movie) were all really good movies.

    Paul Greengrass – Bloody Sunday, United 93

    Suprisingly, I did not think either of his Bourne films quite measured up to the first one. Look, you cannot dispute the technique and they were both very effective action thrillers, but storywise, I think the only one that stands out is the first one. It’s close, though. Regardless, I think ‘Sunday and United ’93 will hold up as modern classics.

    Steven Soderburgh – Erin Brockovich, Traffic

    This really surprised me – for years, I thought Traffic would finish in my top five, but after seeing it several times on cable, I think Erin Brockovich has aged better. And I was never a big Julia Roberts fan, but just pure underdog entertainment at its finest.

    Fernando Meirelles – City of God, The Constant Gardener

    I still haven’t see Blindness – I think part of me is afraid it won’t even close to living up to these two. City of God is just a masterpiece – I think what got lost in the hype is how damn entertaining the film is. Still get such a kick of out the sequence chonicling the drug dealer’s apartment – up there with anything Tarantino or Scorcese have done in recent years.

    Danny Boyle – Slumdog Millionaire, Millions

    Scoff all you want, this guy has a style that no one has matched – truly amazing how mature, engaging and dazzling these films are, even though they mostly revolve around kids. Slumdog deserved all of the awards it got, IMHO.

  • Circumvrent

    The Fountain

    Chop Shop

    Children of Men

    The Royal Tenenbaums

    Traffic

    In the Loop

    Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story

    Finding Nemo

    Traffic

    punch-drunk love

    Ratatouille

    Minority Report

    Redbelt

    Downfall

    Signs

    The Departed

  • Nick X

    I am relieved to see that Juno isn’t making much of a showing here.

  • CitizenKanedforChewingGum

    So on a related note, who is the director of the decade?

    I might have to think this over a bit, but my first instinct is to go with Nolan. The guy made nearly his entire arc from indie darling (Memento) to full-blown summer tentpole blockbuster (TDK) all right within the 00s.

    Quality remake? Check. Underrated sci-fi/mystery/novel adaptation? Check. Tight, quality reboot of a then-flailing franchise? Check.

    Almost too bad Inception can’t be included as his decade capper. To say I’m excited for his first original screenplay (okay, second if you count Following, which is cool as hell) is an understatement of vast proportions.

  • Nick X

    I’d add The 25th Hour to my list, actually. And I’d add The Lives of Others, except I hated the freeze frame at the end so much.

  • Geoff

    Just going crazy, now –

    Most Underrated Films of the Decade:

    The Matrix Reloaded

    Stranger than Fiction

    Shattered Glass

    Millions

    Inside Man

    Most Overrated Films of the Decade:

    Million Dollar Baby

    Sideways

    Mystic River

    The Wrestler

    Oldboy

    I am very much on the fence about the greatness of No Country For Old Men – sorry, that last half hour just really hurt it for me. There Will Be Blood features a great performance, but I’m not really sure that makes it a great movie. And I would have called Crash overrated, but honestly, the film has taken such a (deserved) post-Oscar beating, I just don’t feel like it’s overrated anymore.

    Five Supposedly Great Films From the Decade That I Never Got to See, But Wish I Did:

    The Assassination of Jesse James

    Donnie Darko

    Pan’s Labyrinth

    The Proposition

    You Can Count on Me

    Five Most Disappointing Films of the Decade:

    Kill Bill Volume One

    The Matrix Revolutions

    AI: Artificial Intelligence

    Punch Drunk Love

    American Gangster

  • DeeZee
  • BurmaShave

    Kaned, I think Coens own this decade, depends if I love A SERIOUS MAN as much as I expect to. But still, NCFOM and THE MAN WHO WASN’T THERE. Not to mention O BROTHER WHERE ART THOU, kind of a classic.

  • kleenex87

    Long time reader, first time poster!

    Here are 12 of the best in alphabetical order, with a slight emphasis on the unrecognized (and under recognized):

    4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days

    About a Boy

    The Blossoming of Maximo Oliveros

    Finding Nemo

    Ghost World

    Happy-Go-Lucky

    The New World

    The Squid and the Whale

    Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

    The Lives of Others

    The Wrestler

    Year of the Dog

    Other films I’m compelled to mention, even though they’re not perfecct…

    Marie Antoinette

    Storytelling

    The Station Agent

    Sweet Land

    Two Lovers

  • jimtheindiefilmmaker

    I don’t think you can have a list of the 10 best films of this past decade without including Francis Ford Coppola’s “Tetro.” Yes, it’s still fairly new and it can be dangerous to over-praise newer films, but in my mind, no other movie made in the past 10 years matches “Tetro’s” cinematic audiciousness, originality, bold blend of Fellini-like comedy and pathos…and the fine cast’s amazing performances.

  • CitizenKanedforChewingGum

    I also want to say that while looking back on what Soderbergh has done over the past 10 years (in considering him for director of the decade), is it actually possible to do too many movies? Because I think he has.

    I mean, normally you will get the opposite problem, but dude has directed 13 feature films (if you count Che as two), along with a short and a string of TV episodes. It will always depend on the person and how they stay creatively engaged, but I just think that’s too much. It’s okay to say “no” once in awhile.

    To play the devil’s advocate, I guess saying “no” to the Ocean’s franchise probably eliminates the existence of Full Frontal, Bubble, The Girlfriend Experience, perhaps more (and I’m sure there are some out there that would see this as a good thing) . Feast or famine, I reckon…

  • CitizenKanedforChewingGum

    Re: Burma — the Coens are never a bad pick. But their output in the 90s (in which I’d consider them an absolute frontrunner for the prize, along with Tarantino and a couple others) seems more vital — and certainly much more consistent — to meon a whole than their recent filmography.

    NCFOM and OBWOT are certainly stone-cold classics, and I fully intend on loving the shit out of A Serious Man, too, but Ladykillers, Intolerable Cruelty, & Burn After Reading seem awfully….slight(?) for them. Certainly not bad, mind you, I just see the 00s as more of a peak and valley decade, whereas in the 90s they just seemed to be firing on all cylinders with not a single sub-four star film among their releases (and anyone who cites Hudsucker Proxy as a disappointment can fuck right off, I love that film as much as anything they’ve done!).

    And even though I’m not quite as high on it as Jim, I’d agree that Tetro was pretty goddamn fascinating watch. And given the fact that it was Coppola’s first original screenplay not from adapted material in 25 years (is that right?)– criminally underseen. Still trying to digest that one. Almost like a Rumble Fish version of Fellini or something…

  • CitizenKanedforChewingGum

    Ugh…make that OBWAT. And sorry for the italics spaz.

  • Nick X

    Hm, About A Boy and The Squid and the Whale for scrappy underdog picks. I like it.

    I’m waiting for someone to name the sugar-water injection that was Love, Actually. I don’t like it.

    Primer is an interesting call, too. I respect that choice, even though I wouldn’t quite put it on the list.

    Also:

    The Escapist

    I did love that one.

    And maybe You the Living

  • YND

    Oddly, Tarantino *does* make a pretty strong claim for Director of the Decade. Though KILL BILL: VOL 1 is the only one of his films that I think is truly a masterpiece, IB is certainly the closest thing I’ve seen so far this year to that mark. Throw in the flabby-but-still-pretty-damn-good KB:V2 and the admirable DEATH PROOF… it’s a pretty good batch.

    Although… despite the fact that I don’t think he’s made his masterpiece yet, I’d probably go with Soderbergh for best of the decade. I think TRAFFIC is one of his weakest, but when his decade output is large and varied enough to include experiments like BUBBLE and THE GIRLFRIEND EXPERIENCE, Hollywood entertainments like BROCKOVICH, THE INFORMANT! and the OCEAN’S movies and ambitious, near-masterpieces like CHE and SOLARIS… yeah, I think he takes the crown.

  • Kevin

    1. 2046

    2. Y Tu Mama Tambien

    3. 25th Hour

    4. Waking Life

    5. The Royal Tenenbaums

    6. Wet Hot American Summer

    7. Brick

    8. Chopper

    9. The Aristocrats

    10. Michael Clayton

    Honorable mentions: Requiem for a Dream, Mulholland Drive, Inland Empire, The Man Who Wasn’t There, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Shaun of the Dead, Secretary, Chuck and Buck, CQ, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Storytelling, Sin City, Z Channel, The Virgin Suicides, Wonder Boys, Donnie Darko, Owning Mahoney, Ghost World, Bad Santa, Before Night Falls, Fahrenheit 9/11, Before Sunset, 24 Hour Party People, Spider, Bad Education, Talk to Her, City of God, Team America: World Police, The Fog of War, Kill Bill, Death Proof, Notre Musique, In the Bedroom, Little Children, Grizzly Man, Borat, No Direction Home: Bob Dylan, When the Levees Broke, United 93, Children of Men, Pan’s Labyrinth

  • coxcable

    Mulholland Dr

    AI: Artificial Intelligence

    Adaptation

    Cast Away

    Bad Santa

    The Lives of Others

    There Will Be Blood

    United 93

    The Lord of The Rings: The Two Towers

    In America

  • televisiontears

    Off the top of my head.

    In no particular order:

    No Country For Old Men

    O Brother, Where Art Thou?

    Children of Men

    Memento

    Zodiac

    Punch Drunk Love

    There Will Be Blood

    Donnie Darko

    Adaptation

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    21 Grams

    Mulholland Drive

    Inland Empire (please watch it again)

    Requiem For a Dream

    The Fountain

    I’m Not There

    4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days

    Traffic

    Solaris

    Watchmen (not joking)

    The Royal Tenenbaums

    Irreversible

    Wall-E

    Pan’s Labyrinth

    Bowling For Columbine

    Last Days

    Waking Life

    Let the Right One In

    Brokeback Mountain

    [REC]

    Kill Bill

    The Dark Knight

  • DarthCorleone

    Good point about Soderbergh. Maybe you don’t think any of his films make a 25 best list for the decade, but the guy sure has given the old college try to pleasing absolutely every single person – all the way from Eloi to Planet-Of-The-Apes orangutan – with at least one of his films, usually with interesting if not well-received results. He’s a credit to the business and the art.

  • mpneeb

    Subject to change at will of course…

    Zodiac

    Requiem for the Dream

    Lord of the Rings (counts as one)

    4 months, 3 weeks, 2 days

    Children of Men

    WALL-E

    Traffic

    Pianist

    Sideways

    Hero

    Lots of others of course… but these are the ones that stick.

  • DeeZee

    Kane: If I’m gonna include a WW2 movie on there, I’d rather it be Windtalkers.

  • DeeZee

    Well, that, or Only the Brave.

  • BurmaShave

    Also here is my Wells conniption pick:

    Spielberg. In the 2000s he made:

    A.I. a deeply divisive but in my estimation underrated film that is much colder than its haters give it credit for.

    MINORITy REPORT, maybe the most purely successful Philip K. Dick film, kind of stunning.

    CATCH ME IF yOU CAN, a breezy effortless crime comedy. It can be watched endlessly. Try it. Much more arch and expressive but kind of a proto MAD MEN stylistically.

    WAR OF THE WORLDS, certainly a genre picture but also one of the great 9 11 response films. Let down by the ending somewhat sure but also some of the most inventive and brutal imagery of his career.

    And of course MUNICH, his magnum opus, just an awesome piece of work. Uncompromising. Give the sex scene another chance it’s crucial.

  • BurmaShave

    Though I’ve said it on other threads, I think its the Three Amigos in tandem for director of the decade.

  • http://www.filmjerk.com EdHavens

    I can’t tell you how refreshing it is to see The Dark Knight is only on about a dozen lists so far.

    My quite eclectic list so far…

    Adaptation

    Almost Famous

    American Splendor

    The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

    Bad Santa

    The Beat That My Heart Skipped

    Children of Men

    The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

    The Departed

    The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

    Fulltime Killer

    Ghost World

    Good Night, and Good Luck

    Hedwig and the Angry Inch

    High Fidelity

    Hero

    House of Flying Daggers

    The Incredibles

    Infernal Affairs

    It Might Get Loud

    Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

    The Lives of Others

    Los Angeles Plays Itself

    Man on Wire

    Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World

    Munich

    Requiem for a Dream

    Spirited Away

    Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story

    WALL-E

    What We Do is Secret

    Wonder Boys

    Zodiac

  • Daniel Tayag

    My ten of the decade (in no particular order):

    Infernal Affairs

    Oldboy

    A Bittersweet Life

    Memento

    Requiem for a Dream

    No Country for Old Men

    City of God

    Memories of Murder

    Sideways

    Ratatouille

  • fortunesfool73.wordpress.com

    Most memorable films off the top of my head:

    1. Kingdom of Heaven (extended version)

    2.Master and Commander

    3.Diving Bell and the Butterfly

    4.Gran Torino

    5.The Wrestler

    6. Assassination of Jesse James etc

    7.Shaun of the Dead

    8. There will be blood.

    9. Wall.E

    10. Kiss Kiss, bang bang

    11.Memento

    12. United 93

    13. Lost in Translation

    14. The Counterfeiters

    15.Inglourious Basterds (welcome back Quentin)

    Sure there’s some obvious ones i’m overlooking. But

    The Dark Knight seems to be making a lot of lists??? Who’d have thought that the Batman movie everyone was waiting on was a overlong, slightly pretentious one where the dialogue consists of statements and it has an act too many. Go figure.

  • http://colemancornerincinema.blogspot.com Alexander

    Eric, excellent call on The Return. I can’t believe I didn’t include it in my earleir post.

    Also, Tropical Malady is an excellent choice.

    Some of my picks for most overrated films of the decade–City of God, Children of Men, United 93, There Will Be Blood (sensational lead performance but the film creaks more every time I revisit it), The Departed (though I like much of it a great deal), Lost in Translation, Oldboy, Brokeback Mountain (exceedingly well-acted across the board, though), Babel and Milk.

    Just a few favorite directors of the decade in no order particular: Lynch, Almodovar, Spielberg, Wong, the Coens, Nolan, Tarantino and To.

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    Take the ‘gay cowboys’ out of Brokeback and you’re left with a really bad TV movie. Anne Hathaways ‘ look folks, its a different decade’ hairstyles should automatically dismiss it from any list of great films.

  • bridgeman

    Hopefully there have been enough posts that nobody will notice my list and take issue with it.

    Wait, I mean, go to hell if you have issues with my list! Yeah!

    In no real order except for the order in which they come to me, which means it’s by no means a definitive top ten for me:

    Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

    City of God

    Children of Men

    Adaptation

    Bad Santa

    There Will Be Blood

    No Country for Old Men

    Inglourious Basterds

    The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

    There was a tenth but I got logged out when I posted. Damn me and my irregular posting! So that’s my top 9.

  • DeeZee

    Surprised how many Spirited Away devotees there are, since I consider Ponyo the better fick.

    Anyway, first 5 mins. of Princess and the Frog online.

    http://www.totalfilm.com/news/disney-puts-the-princess-and-the-frog-online

  • LexG

    THERE IS NO DOUBT:

    BAY is the director of the decade. It is useless to resist. People will be rewatching THE HARBOR and BAD BOYS II and TF 1&2 a dozen times a year for the next 100 years… NO ONE is ever going to watch Good Night, Good Luck or Capote again, EVER.

    Too bad his best movie, Armageddon, was from last decade, but there’s no doubt he’s the most influential and awesome director of the 00s.

    Soderbergh? Really? I love the guy, but NO ONE rewatches Erin Brockovich. Traffic has that OFFENSIVE AND RACIST “white rich chick getting banged in the hood” subplot. And four people saw the other great and interesting movies (Bubble, TGE, Che, Informant.)

    I guess Nolan is a good runner-up to Bay for best of the decade, but his style is never quite flamboyant enough, is it? Kind of cold and subdued for a master.

  • LexG

    And to anyone who refutes my BAY THEORY:

    How many times do you think TOP GUN gets rewatched and rebroadcast every year?

    Okay, now how many times do you think people gather round the telly to rewatch SILKWOOD every year?

    Winner: BRIGHT COLORS, ACTION, SEXINESS, BRUCKHEIMERIAN OVERKILL.

    Loser: Politicized boredom.

  • LFF

    Some stats so far: (my math may not be exact, so dont freak if im off)

    The clear winner of the thread is THERE WILL BE BLOOD with over 30 mentions, and more than 10 more than the next most CHILDREN OF MEN

    Most mentions in descending order:

    THERE WILL BE BLOOD

    CHILDREN OF MEN

    ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND

    NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN

    CITY OF GOD

    TRAFFIC

    ASSASSINATION OF JESSE JAMES

    THE INCREDIBLES

    ZODIAC

    THE LIVES OF OTHERS

    Things I find interesting:

    *Incredibles is the clear favorite of the pixars

    *Munich is the favorite of the Spielbergs

    *Mulholland dr, polled much stronger than I thought it would

    *Kill Bill edges out Basterds

    *Memento edges Dark knight, with Prestige only slightly behind

    *Suprisingly few mentions of CROUCHING TIGER, AMELIE, and HISTORY OF VIOLENCE, which I thought would get more mentions

    *The top films are mostly dark: greed, drugs, famous killers, oppresive government, decaying society.

    *No mention at all (that I saw) for THE BARBARIAN INVASIONS

  • Markj74

    In alphabetical order:

    1. A.I. Artificial Intelligence

    2. Amelie

    3. The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

    4. The Bourne Supremacy

    5. Catch Me If You Can

    6. Children of Men

    7. City of God

    8. Collateral

    9. The Constant Gardener

    10. The Departed

    11. Donnie Darko

    12. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    13. A History of Violence

    14. The Hurt Locker

    15. Inglourious Basterds

    16. Into The Wild

    17. Kingdom of Heaven Director’s Cut

    18. Lilya 4-Ever

    19. Lost in Translation

    20. Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World

    21: Memento

    22. Miami Vice

    23. Michael Clayton

    24. Minority Report

    25. The Mist

    26. The New World

    27. Open Range

    28. Pan’s Labyrinth

    29. Public Enemies

    30. The Return (dir. Andrei Zvyagintsev)

    31. Solaris

    32. There Will Be Blood

    33. Traffic

    34. United 93

    35. Zodiac

  • Markj74

    Add The Wrestler. And I still haven’t seen Let The Right One In

  • LexG

    Not seeing enough DEVIL’S REJECTS on these lists.

    I forgot it on mine, despite it being maybe the SECOND best of the decade…

    after 25TH HOUR or There Will Be Blood, obviously

  • actionman

    the new world

    domino

    grizzly man

    city of god

    you can count on me

    black hawk down

    made

    femme fatale

    punch drunk love

    the assassination of jesse james by the coward robert ford

    no country for old men

    there will be blood

    miami vice

    elephant

    collateral

    team america

    oldboy

    sin city

    children of men

    united 93

    the good shepherd

    the diving bell and the butterfly

    the fall

    the dark knight

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    district 9

    the hurt locker

    gomorrah

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    those are the ones that immediately leap to mind

  • dggunz

    Instead of a general list, I’ll just say that I think the collected work of PIxar represents the best achievement the decade has to offer. “Ratatouille,” “The Incredibles,” Wall-E,” “Up,” “Finding Nemo” – as far as I’m concerned, PIxar had the best overall storytelling and imagination of any studio of the past 10 years.

    If I had to pick 3 non-animated films, I’d go with –

    Master and Commander – The Far Side of the World

    There Will Be Blood

    Memento

  • Bob Violence

    Top 30, alphabetical order because I’m too lazy for anything else

    2046

    Big Bang Love, Juvenile A

    Big Man Japan

    Bright Future

    Cafe Lumiere

    Collateral

    Distance

    Geo-Lobotomy

    The House of Mirth

    I Heart Huckabees

    Inland Empire

    Los Angeles Plays Itself

    Memories of Murder

    Michael Clayton

    The New World

    The Piano Teacher

    Platform

    The President’s Last Bang

    Public Enemies

    Punch-Drunk Love

    A Scanner Darkly

    Shanghai Dreams

    Syndromes and a Century

    Tale of Cinema

    Tokyo Marigold

    Tony Takitani

    Tropical Malady

    Unknown Pleasures

    Vera Drake

    Virgin Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors

  • MeekayD

    I’m not entirely sure why I’m so delighted at Children of Men’s strong showing in this thread, but am I just the same.

  • Mighty Kornholio

    I would have many of the popular, pretentious, and serious selections mentioned and add

    Fido

    Planet Terror

    Knocked Up

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    No Country For Old Men

    You Can Count on Me

    Cache

    Master and Commander

    Spirited Away

    Lives of Others

    Slumdog

    Wendy and Lucy

    Le Petite Voleur (2000 in US)

    Eternal Sunshine

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    THERE WILL BE BLOOD

    ZODIAC

    NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN

    THE ASSASSINATION OF JESSE JAMES

    A VERY LONG ENGAGEMENT

    IRREVERSIBLE

    PAN’S LABYRINTH

    ADAPTATION

    MULHOLLAND DRIVE

    BAD SANTA

    A SCANNER DARKLY

    CHOPPER

    Y TU MAMA TAMBIEN

    A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE

    MASTER AND COMMANDER

    KINGS AND QUEEN

    MYSTERIOUS SKIN

    ELEPHANT

    DOWNFALL

    SEXY BEAST

    LET THE RIGHT ONE IN

    ALMOST FAMOUS

    THE HURT LOCKER

    BLACK SNAKE MOAN

    SPIRITED AWAY

  • pchu

    This is tough. It’s not easy to do a best of year list, let alone best of decade. Here are some candidates (I probably will forget some).

    Almost Famous

    Requiem for a dream

    Mulholland Drive

    Amelie

    Spirited Away

    Adaptation

    Lost In Translation

    You Can Count On Me (though I only seen it once)

    Downfall

    Sin City

    In America

    City of God

    Eternal Sunshine Of the Spotless Mind

    Pan’s Labyrinth

    Munich

    Borat

    The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

    High Fidelity

    About a Boy (really grow on me)

    Punch-Drunk Love

    WALL-E

    The Dark Knight

    Inglorius Basterds

    Minority Report

    Lord Of the Rings (The whole trilogy)

  • kleenex87

    Not my personal choice, but I’m guessing some might consider Clint Eastwood to be director of the decade (even though his films aren’t showing up on very many lists here). He’s been one of our most prolific directors these past few years…Oscar loves him; the cinema elite, not so much. But his high-profile films are hard to ignore: Million Dollar Baby, Mystic River, and that pair of WWII dramas, Flags of our Fathers and Letters from Iwo Jima.

    I wish Ang Lee could be considered a serious contender for the title. Brokeback Mountain and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon are two of the more newsworthy films of the decade. But the tepid responses to his recent work really hurt his standing…If only the Ice Storm were made a few years later!…Or maybe if Taking Woodstock just didn’t suck!

  • markj

    In alphabetical order:

    1. A.I. Artificial Intelligence
    2. Amelie
    3. The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
    4. The Bourne Supremacy
    5. Catch Me If You Can
    6. Children of Men
    7. City of God
    8. Collateral
    9. The Constant Gardener
    10. The Departed
    11. Donnie Darko
    12. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
    13. A History of Violence
    14. The Hurt Locker
    15. Inglourious Basterds
    16. Into The Wild
    17. Kingdom of Heaven Director’s Cut
    18. Lilya 4-Ever
    19. Lost in Translation
    20. Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
    21: Memento
    22. Miami Vice
    23. Michael Clayton
    24. Minority Report
    25. The Mist
    26. The New World
    27. Open Range
    28. Pan’s Labyrinth
    29. Public Enemies
    30. The Return (dir. Andrei Zvyagintsev)
    31. Solaris
    32. There Will Be Blood
    33. Traffic
    34. United 93
    35. Zodiac

  • Discman

    If you’re still reading, Jeffrey, don’t forget the Dardennes brothers.

  • markj

    Add The Wrestler. And I still haven’t seen Let The Right One In

  • Floyd Thursby

    Beyond the usual suspects, I’m very fond of 36 Quai des Orfevres, a procedural with touches reminiscent of J-P Melville. It was never released theatrically in the US but was shown at FSLC.

    I also like Patrice Leconte’s The Man on the Train and The Widow of St. Pierre. Many dismiss Leconte because he does something different each time out, but that may not necessarily be a defect.

    Hot Fuzz is very entertaining.

    Enchanted is not the kind of film I like, but it works as both charming entertainment and as deconstruction of both Disney and rom-coms.

    I could easily compile a list of 100 very good-to-excellent films from the decade, something I could not say about, for example, the 80s.

  • Nick X

    Incredibly, LexG actually reminded me of one I forgot–Devil’s Rejects.

  • the sordid sentinel

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    No Country for Old Men

    Children of Men

    Zodiac

    Master and Commander

    Collateral

    Sunshine

    The Prestige

    Memento

    The Fountain

    Other faves: LOTR:FOTR, Casino Royale, The New World, Miami Vice, Into the Wild

  • kilowog

    The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

    The Incredibles

    Zodiac

    Master and Commander

    Casino Royale

    LOTR (The whole thing)

    Almost Famous

    Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

    Eternal Sunshine Of the Spotless Mind

    The New World

  • http://www.suburbanvoodoo.blogspot.com maxfm

    I’m an idiot. I don’t know what planet I was on when I made my previous list. I can’t put Basterds on that thing.

    Here’s my revised to add to the pile:

    In no order…

    The Assassination of Jesse James (#1, actually)

    Munich

    Gerry

    There Will Be Blood

    No Country for Old Men

    The Diving Bell & the Butterfly

    Pan’s Labyrinth

    Mulholland Drive

    Lost in Translation

    Solaris

    Collateral

    Michael Clayton

    The Fog of War

    Syriana

    Zodiac

  • ErrantElan

    1) The Fog of War

    2) The Lives of Others

    3) About a Boy

    4) Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgunday

    5) Sideways

    6) LOTR: Return of the King

    7) Kill Bill Vol. 2

    8) Michael Clayton

    9) The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward

    Robert Ford

    10) Sideways

  • ErrantElan

    oops, meant “This is England” at no. 10

  • GonePostal

    Throwing in because I love a good list:

    There Will be Blood

    Collateral

    Children of Men

    The Dark Knight

    The Royal Tennenbaums

    City of God

    The Prestige

    United 93

    No Country for Old Men

    Lord of the Rings Trilogy (If I had to pick one, “The Two Towers” was the most satisfying, IMO)

    Shaun of the Dead

    Many More, but these are my favorites for repeat viewing.

  • DeafEars

    BLACK BOOK, HOT FUZZ and REQUIEM FOR A DREAM might make my list if I did it again.

    Not a bad decade for film, all in all. I’m a little surprised CHOPPER didn’t get more mentions, everybody I know loves it, even the people who despise violent movies.

  • ErrantElan

    Oh, I forgot about The Others! Best horror film I’ve ever seen.

  • James Kang

    Here’s my tentative best of the decade so far:

    4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    The Squid and the Whale

    Cache

    There Will Be Blood

    The Dark Knight

    In Bruges

    Amores Perros

    Hero

    Memento

    But I think you’ll find this next bit much more useful. There’s a site that has compiled best of the year and best of the decade so far lists and ranked the top 250 greatest films of the 21st century. The lists they used to create this uber-list were from critics and filmmakers from around the world.

    http://www.theyshootpictures.com/21stcentury_allfilms.htm

    You can also find their list of the 1,000 Greatest Films of All Time. But be warned, you could quickly lose an hour or two reading these long lists. That happened to me. It’s a great resource, though.

  • pchu

    I am not crazy about Chopper. Though Eric Bana did give a great performance and he hasn’t done anything as good since then.

  • pchu

    Also would like to add Million Dollar Baby and Black Hawk Down to the list.

  • StoneFan1

    2008

    The Reader

    The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

    In Bruges

    2007

    There Will Be Blood

    The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

    Zodiac

    2006

    Notes on a Scandal

    Apocalypto

    Black Book

    Letters from Iwo Jima

    2005

    The New World

    Cinderella Man

    Match Point

    2004

    Alexander

    The Terminal

    Before Sunset

    2003

    Master and Commander : The Far Side of the World

    Open Range

    2002

    The Pianist

    Minority Report

    Chicago

    Road to Perdition

    Talk to Her

    Bloody Sunday

    The Quiet American

    2001

    A.I. : Artificial Intelligence

    Gosford Park

    Black Hawk Down

    The Lord of the Rings : The Fellowship of the Ring

    Y Tu Mama Tambien

    2000

    The House of Mirth

    Gladiator

    The Princess and the Warrior

    Tigerland

  • Momus

    1. The House of Mirth

    2. Mulholland Drive

    3. Red Road

    4. The Swimming Pool

    5. The Station Agent

    I would have loved to include “The Ninth Gate”, but it was released in 1999.

    Honourable mentions go to:

    Donnie Darko

    Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story

    Kontroll

    Spirited Away

    Gosford Park

  • DeeZee

    Forgot to include Silent Hill on my list.

  • Emmanuel_Goldstein

    Love Bridgeman’s Kiss Kiss Bang Bang shout out… I live that film as well. I didnt put it on my best of the decade list but it might be on my ‘favorite’ list of the decade. Totally rare gem of a black comedy. Good call

  • http://lipranzer.blogspot.com lipranzer

    Ocho – excepting Breaking Bad (which I haven’t seen yet, hope to soon), and substituting Brotherhood for The Shield (Chiklis is as good as advertised, but I find the show too self-conscious about being hard-boiled), that’s an excellent list, and point.

  • mpneeb

    Just a note or two…

    Films that are NOT making a large impact Here:

    A Beautiful Mind.

    Chicago

    Million Dollar Baby

    Crash

    Slumdog Millionaire

    Less than five mentions (if that) each, as taken from the above lists. Fair to say AMPAS blew it this decade?

  • http://darioargentofr.blogspot.com Guillaume

    Some of my favourite films of this decade:

    Ali (Michael Mann)

    Collateral (Michael Mann)

    The Insider (Michael Mann)

    Miami Vice (Michael Mann)

    Waking the dead (Keith Gordon)

    The Card Player (Dario Argento)

    Mother of Tears (Dario Argento)

    Avalon (Mamoru Oshii)

    Bubba ho tep (Don Coscarelli)

    Fucking amal (Lukas Moodysson)

    Ghost world (Terry Zwigoff)

    House of sand and fog (Vadim Perelman)

    Jesus’s son (Allison MacLean)

    L’emploi du temps/Time out (Laurent Cantet)

    Almost famous (Cameron Crowe)

    The pianist (Roman Polanski)

    Lady chance (Wayne Kramer)

    Libero (Kim Rossi Stuart)

    Requiem for a dream (Darren Aronofsky)

    Unbreakable (MNight Shyamalan)

  • kayleenxoxo

    Requiem For A Dream

    Moulin Rouge!

    Spirited Away

    Amelie

    O Brother, Where Art Thou?

    Memento

    Camille

    Battle For Terra

    Gomorrah

    The Orphanage

    Pan’s Labyrinth

    Sunshine Cleaning

    Push

    Thirteen

    V For Vendetta

    Taken

    The Other Boleyn Girl

    The Count Of Monte Cristo

    Pursuit Of Happyness

    Love, Actually

    August Rush

  • benwoulds

    1. Brokeback Mountain

    1. The Pianist

    3. City of God

    4. Spring Summer Fall Winter Spring

    5. Water

    6. Almost Famous

    7. There Will Be Blood

    8. Wall-E

    9. The Lives of Others

    10. Atonement

    11. Bad Education

    12. In the Mood for Love

    13. Volver

    14. The Werckmeister Harmonies

    15. 4 Months 3 Weeks 2 Days

    16. Sunshine (2000, d. Szabo)

    17. Fellowship of the Ring

    18. Mulholland Drive

    19. House of Sand and Fog

    20. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    21. Cache

    22. 2046

    23. United 93

    24. Edge of Heaven

    25. Oldboy

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