The Supernaughts crown their Top 10 Movies from 2000-2015 (UPDATED) The Supernaughts crown their Top 10 Movies from 2000-2015 (UPDATED)
In an gargantuan endeavour, 13 (!) Supernaughts columnists and guest writers crowned their absolute Top 10 Best Movies from the time frame of 2000-2015!... The Supernaughts crown their Top 10 Movies from 2000-2015 (UPDATED)

Here it is, the ultimate list!

Supernaughts writers, guest writers, and friends of the site have gathered to rank their personal Top 10 movies from the years 2000-2015.

The only strict rules were to stick to the given time frame and 10 choices, though some bonus picks, runner-ups, and honourable mentions did sneak their way in. Some choices were expected, while others surprised me and will likely surprise you. At the end of the article you’ll find a small overview and analysis of the results.

Finally, due to the sheer length of the article, I’ve included an index so that you can jump quickly between the individual contributions.

UPDATED with a contribution by AsimovLives.

With that out of the way, let’s kick things off with selections from our resident Grammar Nazi, Mr. Puck Propaganda.

 


 

Puck

10. Super Troopers (2001)

I suppose I’ll kick off my top 10 list with the most unlikely inclusion, Super Troopers aka the funniest, most quotable comedy of the past 15 years. No, wait, come back!! Don’t give up on my list so quickly! God damnit…all right meow, Super Troopers is far and away the best Broken Lizard film (Beerfest is the only other one I’d consider great), one which they’re still trying to top, meow resorting to a sequel due later this year. Meow apart from being hilarious, I also think the minimalist plot is pretty damn ingenious actually. All the guys are great in their roles and the addition of Brian Cox is a home run. Meow let’s hope they can do it again.

SuperTroop

9. I Saw the Devil (2010)

A beautifully shot, unrelentingly bleak revenge thriller from South Korea that in my opinion is even better than the more well known and critically acclaimed Oldboy. I Saw the Devil is full of extreme violence, escalating into torture porn territory during the final act, but it never feels cheap or insulting due to the emphasis placed on the emotions of the lead characters. Lee Byung-hun (RED 2, Terminator Genisys) and Choi Min-sik (Oldboy, Lucy) are fantastic as the secret service agent and serial killer respectively, while the direction from Kim Jee-woon (A Tale of Two Sisters, The Last Stand) is superb.

IsawtheDevil

8. Once (2007)

Best musical ever? Probably, though I’m not exactly the target audience for the vast majority of those. Once is far less extravagant than the typical Hollywood musical. It’s a low-budget, up close and personal folk pop/rock musical that’s carried by the power of its two leads, both musicians first, actors second. Glen Hansard of the indie rock group The Frames (one of my favourite bands) and Czech singer-songwriter Markéta Irglová are flawless as the two struggling musicians Guy and Girl. Their remarkable chemistry is likely due to having been friends for years prior to filming and then, coincidentally enough, this relationship went on to mirror that of the relationship between Guy and Girl. Once is a very touching film that avoids manipulative clichés by providing a genuine look at an all too brief but complex romance.

Once

7. Ratatouille (2007)

My favourite Pixar film and among my top 5 animated films of all time. Food is awesome and I’ve always wanted to run my own restaurant (among many, many other dreams), so working that kind of imagery and subject matter into a great little underdog story is right up my alley. And what a voice cast; Ian Holm, James Remar, Janeane Garofalo, Brad Garrett, Will Arnett, Brian Dennehy, and of course Patton Oswalt in the lead role as Remy the rat. However, it’s the legendary Peter O’Toole who steals the show in a minor, but very important role as Anton Ego, the food critic. His monologue at the end of the film is perfection.

RatCritic

6. Mulholland Dr. (2001)

I almost left Mulholland Dr. off the list and the only explanation I have for that is sometimes I forget just how amazing this film is simply for the fact that it’s not among my top 3 Lynch films (Eraserhead, Blue Velvet, and Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me). So with that out of the way, yes, Mulholland Dr. is exceptional and deserves to be here. It’s a film that requires and rewards multiple viewings as you unravel the meaning behind seemingly unconnected and absurd pieces that only a master such as Lynch would dare deploy. Oh, and it doesn’t hurt that Naomi Watts turns in the best acting performance by a female from 2000-2015, one that she didn’t even receive an Academy Award nomination for. Absolutely criminal.

mulhollanddrive

5. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)

Charlie Kaufman is a God damn genius and while the screenplays to Being John Malkovich and Adaptation. are arguably his best from a technical and creative standpoint, my favourite is Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind due to its stronger emotional center and genuine, relatable characters. Sometimes a film just gets to you and for me this one did so big time. Mix in Jim Carrey’s best dramatic performance of his career, Kate Winslet at her finest, and the brilliantly imaginative direction of Michel Gondry and you’ve got an instant classic.

EternalSunshine

4. The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)

Easily the best film of the past 10 years, easily Leonardo DiCaprio’s best performance of his career, and easily Martin Scorsese’s best film since Goodfellas. I fucking love every second of it. It’s one of those very rare 3 hour long movies that feels like it flies by in 90 brisk minutes. Absolutely hilarious, pushing me to tears at times I was laughing so hard. A lot of people complain about the excess, but that’s the entire point. It’s glorious excess on top of beautiful excess smothered in sweet, sweet excess. Either that works for you or it doesn’t, and I’ll admit this movie isn’t for everyone, but for me it’s a chocolate sundae smothered in whipped cream with a cherry on top.

WolfWallStreet

3. A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001)

I honestly think this is a perfect movie and I’m saying this as a huge fan of Stanley Kubrick (he’s tied with David Lynch as my favourite director). Story-wise I don’t think Kubrick would have changed a thing from what we got. Sure, it may have looked a little different visually, but that’s about it. As for Steven Spielberg, this is probably my favourite film of his, though I’m not a huge fan of his work anyway. Blasphemy? Pretty much everything I’m saying in regards to this film is blasphemy to most of you. Haley Joel Osment is so God damn good as David it’s terrifying. The much maligned ending is incredible and anyone who says differently just doesn’t get it.

ai

2. American Psycho (2000)

The book is excellent, though not the best Bret Easton Ellis novel (that would be Glamorama or Lunar Park), and the movie is even better. Christian Bale absolutely kills as Patrick Bateman, turning in my favourite acting performance from 2000-2015. Brilliant. Also brilliant is the screenplay. It’s pure genius how it manages to incorporate some of the novel’s more difficult to film elements, such as Bateman’s critiques of 80s pop music. Hilarious, disturbing, and thought-provoking satire at its finest. The business card scene is one of the greatest of all-time. Murders and executions. I have to return some videotapes.

american psycho

1. City of God (2002)

Not only my favourite film from 2000-2015, it’s also my favourite film ever. Period. Here’s what I said about it in a previous, yet-to-be republished on the Supernaughts article.

City of God feels real to me on a level that has only been surpassed by maybe a few documentaries. The cast is comprised almost entirely of non-professional actors, many of whom lived in the neighbouring favelas, some within Cidade de Deus itself, and every performance feels spot on. The cinematography by César Charlone is beautifully dirty. The favelas are dusty, grimy places, but the colours shine through and a golden hue lends brightness to the proceedings. Both the direction from Fernando Meirelles and Daniel Rezende’s editing are brilliant. It’s briskly paced, expertly shot, and every jigsaw piece locks into the cohesive whole. Finally, Bráulio Mantovani’s screenplay is a work of art. It anchors itself on the photographic viewpoint of the narrator while simultaneously weaving its way through the moral and practical dilemmas of other major and minor characters.”

cityofgod


Honourable Mentions

Adaptation.: Another gem from Charlie Kaufman and Nicolas Cage’s career best performance.
Let the Right One In/Let Me In: I honestly can’t decide which is better.
28 Days Later: My favourite “zombie” film. I enjoy the sequel as well.
Lilo & Stitch: Best Disney film since Beauty and the Beast.
Memento: Christopher Nolan’s masterpiece.
Unbreakable: M. Night Shyamalan’s masterpiece.
Hot Fuzz: My favourite of the Cornetto trilogy.
Boy A: Andrew Garfield will never, ever top his performance here.
The Constant Gardener: One of the most beautifully shot films I’ve ever seen.
A History of Violence: David Cronenberg’s best from 2000-2015 and among his top 5 overall.


About the author:

Puck is a renowned Grammar Nazi who suffers from OCD and occasional bouts of indiscriminate rage. His love/hate relationship with film, television, music, video games, comics, and sports often leads to uncompromisingly honest opinions and analysis.

Puck’s goal is to ensure the site provides high quality, diverse material that encourages discourse among current readers while also enticing new visitors.

Puck is a columnist, editor, and podcaster on The Supernaughts.

* Next page: He drinks your milkshake! He drinks it up! *

 

Next page
Author Image

The Supernaughts

Joint article. For info about the individual authors, look at the bottom of each entry.

  • franks_television

    Rings and Tenenbaums would be in mine as well.

  • franks_television

    Also Mulholland Drive and Inland Empire

  • I_am_better

    Huh. I’d say about every title I dropped out from my initial 35-title starting list got mentioned. I guess we’re all not that different.

  • franks_television

    Yeah, American Psycho

  • franks_television

    A Serious Man

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    In no particular order:

    10) Memento
    9) The Lord of the Rings (trilogy)
    8) The Social Network
    7) Munich
    6) Casino Royale
    5) Eastern Promises
    4) The Wolf of Wall Street
    3) No Country for Old Men
    2) Avatar
    1) Inglourious Basterds

  • CoolHandJuke

    Another 15 years in which I accomplished nothing…

  • Indrid Cold

    Can we replace Avatar with A History of Violence and Munich with Fury Road?

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    Can you do us all a favor and shut the fuck up, you annoying parasite? MY list, MY choices.

    I think the fact that TFA was voted twice is ridiculous, but I’m not going to quibble with the gentlemen who voted for it, as they can vote however they wish.

  • Indrid Cold

    LOL..

  • franks_television

    Maybe Wolf of Wall Street. Maybe Drive.

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    It’s good to laugh at yourself.

  • Indrid Cold

    ** Vader voice** All too easy..

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    Yes – for me!

  • Indrid Cold

    can we replace the LOTR trilogy with Brokeback Mountain (aka the KilliK and Turd story) ?

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    How about we replace it with “Brokeback Mountain 2: The Saga of Indrid Cold and Dennis O’ Keefe”?

    Or, as it’s known by its alternate title, “2 TFA marks, 1 Cup”. Distributed by Bad Robot, of course.

  • I_am_better

    O’Keefe does not exist in this dojo

  • Indrid Cold

    No. I already wrote a spec script for Brokeback Mountan 2 : The Scissors Technique. It stars Scarlett Johansson and Olivia Wilde as cowgirls who learn the meaning of true love.

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    that’s a feat in itself

  • I_am_better

    Hell, I havent accomplished anything in 39 years. You still have ways to go.

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    As I surmised before, you’re clearly a catty queen obsessed with Star Wars action figures, so there’s no point trying to beard yourself with quips about fictional lesbian films. Points for trying, though!

  • Indrid Cold

    Shucks. You saw right through me. Back to the drawing board.
    In all seriousness though who wore the wedding dress, you or KilliK?

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    What’s your Top 10?

  • CoolHandJuke

    Looks like I have 7 years left to bang my third grade teacher…

  • Stalks

    Same goes for that anorexic Asshole who badmouthed SN.

  • Indrid Cold

    I’m honored that you asked. I’d have to do a little research on the subject.. brb..

  • Stalks

    Amanda has some interesting picks. Even stuff i have overlooked but I’m glad she added V for vendetta. Good adaptation and its my second favorite Alan Moore adaptation. Good work with the Masthead Dee-Dee. Me likes!!

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    Thank you! So let it be written…

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    Glad to see some Basterds love.

  • Stalks

    Oldboy, Collateral and Nightcrawler? Fuck yea! Great choices, Kim!

  • I_am_better

    It was in for a long time during my elimination runs.

  • I_am_better

    Would’ve been easier if it was a Top 35

  • Stalks

    Tell me about it. I left so many off the list and went straight for most of the Comic based films to the extent that shit got edged out.

  • Stalks

    Nick didn’t mention Ang Lee’s Hulk after listening to him talk about how much he loved it? WTFuckers?!?

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    Yeah, I think it’s Tarantino’s best – and certainly cleverest film – post-Jackie Brown. The idea of cinema itself being so powerful as to change the course of history, both literally and metaphorically, is a great testament to Tarantino’s obsessions.

    I’m surprised at all the love for Kill Bill: those films are okay, but rather silly and often gear more towards style than substance. They would have been better served as a tightly edited single film, too.

  • I_am_better

    I had several comics films on my initial stack: Watchmen, The Dark Knight, The Winter Soldier, Spider-man 2 etc.
    I’m glad all of those were mentioned by others.

  • Stalks

    Fuck all these emo bitches in capes and tights.”
    LMMFAO Hmmm, I have a good idea of what Movie Scott is referring to.

  • Stalks

    Sags and I both picked KB! That’s what’s up!

  • I_am_better

    “Red capes are coming…”

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    LOL. I thought I was one of the few who’d defend that film. But I’d defend Spider-Man 3 somewhat, too. Neither are overall great superhero movies, but they have their moments. And I still prefer Lee’s Hulk – in size, appearance and abilities – to anything yet seen of the character in the MCU.

  • KilliK

    I recently watched AHOV and though a good movie it pales in comparison with the GN. I dont understand why they didnt stick to the original,superior story instead they turned the hero into John Rambo in the movie. wtf?

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    I really enjoyed Kill Bill 1, it was very different for QT, but the 2nd one, while pretty decent, was too much playing to his strengths.

  • KilliK

    Lee’s Hulk is an underrated masterpiece.

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    He’s too cutesy. I like the ugly Hulk more.

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    Sounds like Kylo Ren.

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    I do like A History of Violence and initially considered putting it on the list, but Eastern Promises is the superior film and, given how many films could qualify, it’s probably best to limit one place to a single director wherever possible. Avatar, of course, will not be nudged from my list no matter what.

    As for Fury Road, however, why anyone would consider substituting anything with that mediocre and overrated film – especially Spielberg’s sole post-Millennial masterpiece – is beyond me.

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    I don’t know if I’d go that far, but it is underrated.

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    “He’s too cutesy.”

    Really?

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    Yeah. They composed his face from that of Bana, Lee and Connelly. The Hulk can’t be pretty!

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)
  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    oooh Stalks will chastise me.

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    I prefer the bright green shading, although that inevitably led to many Shrek-related jokes at the time. The MCU Hulk is too dull looking for my tastes.

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    You’re into cross-dressing, too, huh?

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    Need you ask. His Top 10 consists of JJ Abrams’s five films, plus five gay pornos.

  • Stalks

    Ren, for starters but after listening to last week’s Imaginarium, its quite obvious.

  • Indrid Cold

    are you insinuating that there is something wrong with being gay? How very 1950’s of you. Get with the times man. Time to change your way of thinking.. be progressive.. admit Avatar sucks, ect.

  • Stalks

    I defended Hulk 2003 since it premiered in theaters but everyone thought it was as bad as Catwoman or Dc’s other trainwreck called Steel.
    Ang Lee’s vision was too esoteric for the average Moviegoer who could not appreciate things on an artistic level.

  • Stalks

    That’s what I’m here for. (0=

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    hmm… I wonder…

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    There’s nothing wrong with being gay, but I do think there’s something wrong with being so obviously in the closet – as you are – and casting homophobic slurs at others.

    Come on out; no one will judge you. You might be judged for being such a die-hard fan of TFA, but not for your sexual proclivities.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Great call on the Assassination of Jesse james by the……..(out of breath. Chugs water) Coward Robert Ford. Great Great effing film.

  • Indrid Cold

    LOL.. “you’re gay…ewwww… why don’t you come out of the closet!!” Ha ha.. you know, if we were in kindergarten your little barbs might really bother me.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Ghost World. Love it!!! Great indie. What the genre is all about actually.

  • Stalks

    [email protected] being chosen as one of the top ten. This Movie was Sky & Ollie’s first Review(Talkbacker) in which they mercilessly pontificated and lampooned the shit outta it!
    Ah the good ol days.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Chopper!!! Nice. Cheap Thrills was excellent, as well.

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    Kind of a shitty title though. Spoils the ending and the murder mystery at once.

  • Stalks

    <—Duck under desk as VH Dee points his Rapier towards me for mentioning a certain film one too many times. (;'

  • Tarmac492.1

    Dee I think Step Brothers is Ferrell;s best. 2046. Maybe we get to that series one day!!!

  • Tarmac492.1

    so beautifully made. Walks to the beat of its own drummer. It is the cool guy walking down the street, smoking cigs and drinking coffee. He will get the job done when he wants to.

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    It was ahead of its time and was a true auteur-helmed superhero film.

    But the thing is: when it comes to scale, the ambition of its FX (for the time) and its action sequences, I think it easily trounces IH and both Avengers films. Therefore, I’m surprised people still recall it so unfavorably. The sequences of the Hulk kinetically bounding across the desert and smashing the crap out of tanks and gunships are pure comic book imagery brought to the silver screen, something which the more restrained and static MCU films have rarely equaled.

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    I have been thinking about it lately. I’d be still up for it. If people do Woody Allen, why not Wong.

  • Tarmac492.1

    I am def down. There is an audience for the off center. Although Allen is fairly mainstream, except in his family habits.

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    They do, or you’d simply ignore them instead of constantly replying to them.

    Never forget I’m the master of message board psychology, kiddo.

  • It’s very well known what happens to them, in America, so title doesn’t matter. Unless you’re being sarcastic…

  • Tarmac492.1

    that was what I was thinking. But cowboy are big in America. Like Amadeus was a surprise to me. Maybe not Dee.

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    Let’s not wait too long. I’ll write you.

  • Stalks
  • Tarmac492.1

    Puck, City of God is just fucking mind blowing. Good call.

  • Ugh, Spider-Man 3 is utter shit, but I love Lee’s Hulk also. I could have easily done a top 100, can’t name everything…

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    guess what

  • Stalks

    The Ingorgeous Hulk!

  • Tarmac492.1

    Agreed. This may seem like a lame compaint, but the split and multi screen really took me out of it sometimes. That is probably a personal thing. I think time will be kind to it.

  • Stalks

    Hulk is so handsome, he got to bang Jennifer Connely.
    Well, his alter ego at least. 😀

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    Man, I am afraid I have to side with the ones who were not so fond of this movie…

  • Stalks

    Props for mentioning American Psycho and City of God!!

  • Tarmac492.1

    Wow!!! Much love for Tenenbaum’s The Best Looking Movie ever made, I think.

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    that’s going far

  • Would have made my top 50ish.

  • Tarmac492.1

    I said I think. Love the look of the film. Also, the only flick besides Shallow Hal I can stand Paltry in.

  • All the other lists don’t matter as far as I’m concerned. =P

  • Indrid Cold

    1) TFA

    2) Warrior

    3) The Grey

    4) Fury Road

    5) The Dark Knight

    6) Wolf of Wall Street

    7) Inglorious Basterds

    8) Eastern Promises

    9) A History of Violence

    10) Apocalypto

    Honorable mention: Whiplash, Creed, Shadow of the Vampire, Out of the Furnace, Gone Girl, In Bruges, The Mothman Prophecies, American Psycho

  • Tarmac492.1

    Step Brother’s Is A Modern Day Masterpiece. Should be shown with all Marx Brothers and Chaplin.

  • Tarmac492.1

    I think Collateral has the two best performances from two talented actors. Cruise and Foxx.

  • Indrid Cold

    1) Super 8

    2) Mission Impossible 3

    3) Star Trek

    4) Star Trek Into Darkness

    5-10) Bears and twinks volume 6

  • The Talented Mr. Ripley? Hard Eight? SE7EN????

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    Yeah I agree with many. Have never seen Warrior.

  • You’re God damn right.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Anytime you are wearing a Pablo Cruise shirt you are in the zone.

  • Indrid Cold

    Great flick. Tom Hardy’s best performance. Nick Nolte was nominated for an oscar, I think.

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    I agree wholeheartedly.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Loved when her loilipop head got fed ex’d to Brad Pitt. Hard Eight was good. I would rather fuck Jude Law than Paltry in Ripley.

  • Apocalypto just missed my honourable mentions.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Drive, like Face/Off before it are two great examples of talented foreign directors playing within the usually shitty Hollywood system and coming up with something original and artistic without eschewing basic Hollywood themes. And shame on the retards thinking Drive was gonna be another Fast and Furious.

  • I_am_better

    Affirmative

  • Tarmac492.1

    How did Jenkins not a get a supporting nod? His character’s tragedy was greater than Willy Lomans.

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    It’s an okay film, but I don’t think any of Mann’s movies have been all that good in the last fifteen years. The Insider was his last great movie, IMO.

  • Still mad Dee included Team America: World Police. Somehow forgot it existed, should have been in my honourable mentions.

  • Tarmac492.1

    My List Body Bedlam, Bartleby, 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd, The Last Request, Dead Lenny and How Sweet It Is.

  • Tarmac492.1

    I can agree that I was tremendously disappointed with Public Enemies. Miami Vice was meh, but i really liked Collateral.

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    Spider-Man 3 actually has many good scenes, buried among the mess: Sandman’s birth; the first battle between Harry and Peter; the hilarious “black suit” montage; etc. I’m sure Raimi would’ve made a decent film had it not been for Avi Arad’s interference.

    No, it’s not top ten, or even top one hundred, material. But it’s not as bad as its reputation would suggest, either, and it’s better than quite a few “acclaimed” superhero flicks.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Frances Ha is a great film. Love the black and white cinematography. Gerwig is perfect in it. Mia Farrow with tits and talent. My fave Baumbach is still The Squid and the Whale.

  • I_am_better

    Nick kept lobbying Cheap Thrills for me and I was not disappointed

  • I_am_better

    Wasn’t it Arad who kept insisting that they shoehorned Venom in S3, because that was his favorite character? I recall Raimi saying that he has never liked Venom.

  • A few good scenes, yeah. It’s just brought up as being awful more often than the truly disgusting shit like Catwoman and Elektra because of how disappointing it was, I guess.

  • Correct.

  • Indrid Cold

    Going through everyone’s lists, it dawns on me just how difficult it is to put a list like this together. Sin City! How could I forget Sin City? and I didn’t even give it an honorable mention.. Oldboy! Geez.. it’s rough to remember all of these films.

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    Yeah, Raimi only liked the classic Silver Age villains (the ones he grew up with). Venom was an eighties creation and, therefore, well past his time.

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    Mann is like Ridley Scott an incredibly talented director with questionable script choices.

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    His films are so subdued now, and seem to strive to make interesting subject matter, like prohibition era gangsters or the life of Muhammad Ali, as dull as possible. I still haven’t seen Black Hat, though.

  • You wouldn’t be wrong lol.

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    I am not a fan of his HD-experiments. Just can’t warm up to that look.

  • Zed

    Before I start reading any of these lists, I just want to say that I do not like the movies Slumdog Millionaire, Little Miss Sunshine, Oldboy and No Country For Old Men. In fact, I kind of hate them. I tend to skip over them on “best” lists like holidays that I don’t celebrate. Sorry, I guess I needed to get that off my chest for some reason.

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    Only No Country and Oldboy are listed.

  • CoolHandJuke

    Can I put Jem and the Holograms ten times as my list? Also Josie and the Pussycats?

  • Zed

    ..

  • Stalks
  • Stalks

    Well, I disagree with you saying how it trounces the first Avengers Movie, however i respect your opinion. It is a self contained masterpiece due to its artistic ambition and psychological undertones/metaphors that unfortunately went over plenty o’ heads. There will never be another Comic film like Hulk and at times, Geeks are too fucking fickle! We should be happy we get decent comic adaptations and not shit like Catwomen, Steel, Green Lantern, etc.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Cara Buono appears as Edith Banner. Cute indie queen there. Special socked her for a while.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Warrior is excellent. Dont get the love for Wolf of Wall Street, though. Apocalypto is great, as are the two Croneberg picks. Out of the Furnace is almost a great flick, I think. Just missing something. Much like Cooper’s Black Mass.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Warrior is excellent.

  • Indrid Cold

    I think the Wolf of Wall Street is the best comedy in the last twenty years.. It just cracks me up. The fact that a 73 year old man made a movie as filthy and vulgar as WOWS floors me.

    Cronenberg was really firing on all cylinders with his Viggo collaborations.

    I haven’t seen Black Mass yet.. heard mixed things about it so I gave it a pass.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Mothman Prophecies was a good flick, too. Interesting choice.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Although she was robbed of an Oscar Nod, Naomi Watts and Laura Harring won the prestigious Tarmac Special Sock Award for 2001. I sent them both a sock on a plaque. A week later the police took me away for questioning.

  • Tarmac492.1

    while not as revered as Little Miss Sunshine, Dan in Real Life absolutely nauseates me, for an early Carell oscar grab.

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    I should have specified that I was only referring to the visual representation of the Hulk character, and the style of the scenes involving him, not the overall movies. As a consistent movie in and of itself, I prefer Avengers 1 to Hulk, and Mark Ruffalo is by far the best Banner.

  • Zed

    In chronological order (because I can’t rank them. I just can’t. Seriously, I don’t know how you guys do it)…

    Amélie
    Spirited Away
    The Incredibles
    Steamboy
    Shaun of the Dead
    Summer Wars
    Only Lovers Left Alive
    Song of the Sea
    The Grand Budapest Hotel
    Mad Max: Fury Road

    Movies I haven’t seen mentioned yet, but are really quite good…

    Angel-A
    Edge of Tomorrow
    The Girl Who Leapt Through Time
    Metropolis (2001)
    Moonrise Kingdom
    Paprika
    Redline
    Session 9
    Tracks
    Turbo Kid

  • Zed

    Never heard of it. Now I’m curious.

  • Stalks

    Ruffalo is the best Banner but I also like Bana’s Banner because he somewhat resembles the ol skool Herb Trimpe Bruce.

  • Zed

    I liked her in Emma, but in that she was supposed to be a skinny little lady. In Iron Man I was like “WTF Tony, give her the cheeseburger! She looks like she’s about to collapse!”

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    I find it difficult to believe that Stark would put up with a high-maintenance shrew like Paltrow/Pepper, given his options.

  • Stalks

    Fuck! I should’ve listed both Black Mass and The Departed as honorable mentions.

  • Zed

    Yeah, it’s a tad forced, like the hokey romance in Six Days Seven Nights. I blame the uneven writing. Pepper seems pretty nice in the third movie.

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    It’s not that unrealistic. People who have everything want to be challenged, subconsciously. Look at all the rich men who lost their fortune to their wives.

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    Pepper is much nicer than Paltrow.

  • Zed

    As are most people, so I’m told.

  • Zed

    Who wouldn’t? Jude’s a pretty charismatic fellow.

  • Sagamanus

    I could have easily put that on. But ten is the limit and I scrambled.

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    At least a wallflower like Peter Parker had an excuse!

    But one could say much the same thing about Bale/Gyllenhall in TDK as they could about Stark/Pepper. Or the pairing of Superman with the rather frumpy looking Amy Adams (at least as she appears in Snyder’s films; American Hustle Adams was a different matter). I believe Howard Stern even had a comedy bit on his show about the trend of superhero leads punching below their weight with slightly above average looking partners.

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    And less neurotic.

  • Sagamanus

    Was going to put Mulholand Drive on.

  • Sagamanus

    Saw There Will Be Blood for the first time only two weeks ago. I have a few things to say on that film, much like Only God Forgives. Which seems I’m one of the few who liked. The former though I’m on the fence with. It will require a bit more thought on.

  • 2016! =P

  • Zed

    Yeah, what’s up with that? Snyder’s idea of the Strong Independent Woman is using unflattering costumes and makeup. I’m not saying Lois Lane should look like Silk Spectre, but come on.

  • Sagamanus

    Quite a few animated films on Orcus’s list. Wall-E definitely should be there.

  • Sagamanus

    Dee I thought that you thought you hated the fight in MoS?

  • Sagamanus

    2000/2001 a strange year to have so many movies that good.

  • I prefer Ratatouille but almost all of the Pixar films during the time period would be in my top 50ish. Wall-E, Monsters, Inc., The Incredibles, Up, Finding Nemo, and Toy Story 3 are all excellent films. Brave and Monsters University are good, but probably just outside the top 100. Obviously fuck the Cars movies. Haven’t seen the 2015 output yet.

  • Orcus

    That was a result of raising the Orcling in between teaching her to make souls suffer. Orcus basically went through the Disney / Pixar catalog and had a renewed appreciation of their work. That and seeing it through a new generations eye was an amazing experience

  • Orcus

    In retrospect, Orcus wanted to put in Monster’s Inc but the list was already animation heavy the way it was.

  • Orcus

    Wall-E is there

  • Sagamanus

    I have not even seen Zodiac, The Proposition nor No Country For Old Men.

  • Sagamanus

    Man The Other Guys should have been on my list considering how much I watch the bloody thing. Should have made an honorable mentions. Or just put it straight on.

  • Sagamanus

    You know if one likes Mullholland Drive, I think Only God Forgives should be right along side it.

  • Still, unfortunately, haven’t seen it.

  • Sagamanus

    Everyone that talks about it either loves it a lot or hates it and wants it to be wiped out of their memories.

  • Sagamanus

    The Happiness of the Katakuris and Mr Lonely. Have to see both of those.

  • That’s what I’ve seen, yup.

  • Sagamanus

    Eric Bana is an underrated actor. He’s unfortunately not seen in enough. Loved him as Ang Lee’s Hulk the first time I saw him.

  • Sagamanus

    Should have put on LoTR, but I dislike RoTK a lot.

  • Sagamanus

    Both Oblivion and Edge of Tomorrow are worthy. They’re gorgeous on Blu-ray too.

  • I_am_better

    Bana has been misused in Hollywood a LOT. They kinda forgot that he started as a standup comedian. For some reason he’s been pushed into action movies and whatnot.

  • Stalks

    I know. I just couldn’t help being a smartass. (0=
    Truth be told, i would’ve given it an honorable mention thanks to the second half of the film. And of course, Batfleck!

  • Stalks

    Same here.

  • Sagamanus

    Man what happened to Ronin’s list? I’m pretty sure he said he was doing one.

  • I_am_better

    Ayup

  • Sagamanus

    Yeah he has a lot of range. I hate that he’s fallen to the wayside of Hollywood’s stare.

  • I_am_better

    He was great in Hanna. And the only good part of Funny People. But then there’s drivel like Deliver Us From Evil, which was just a complete waste of everybody working on it, really

  • Sagamanus

    Nevermind. I didn’t know Ronin’s real name. Sorry.

  • I_am_better

    He took this moment to reveal himself to the world

  • Sagamanus

    Have to disagree with Lee’s Oldboy being a bad film IAB. Usually I would see these things front up, but in this case I watched it in reverse with his being the first. And I liked it. Both the original and the remake.

  • I_am_better

    I would mention Munich, but that film has that completely ridiculous sex scene/Nightmare flashback that’s like a needle scratch in an otherwise great film

  • I_am_better

    I didn’t say it was bad. It was unnecessary.

  • Sagamanus

    Wow Zissou don’t spare words for how you feel.

  • Sagamanus

    Damn, I’ve never seen Super Troopers. I’ve seen bits and pieces of the film pretty much everywhere, but never actually the film. The same goes for American Psycho.

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    I forgot all about Edge of Tomorrow. And I liked Oblivion, also. Felt like a golden age science fiction novella adapted for the screen.

    I give Cruise props for starring in two original sci-fi movies back to back, a rarity in these days of pre-packaged IPs.

  • Sagamanus

    If it wasn’t for the audience who doesn’t seem to be able to put off screen antics away and go see them. They would have done better. They really should have. At least I think that’s what the issue was.

  • CoolHandJuke

    Rocky Balboa, the princess and the frog, the goods: live hard, sell hard, the phantom of the opera, Napoleon dynamite, the dark Knight rises, revenge of the sith, inside llewyn Davis, death proof, and Jay and silent Bob strike back (no particular order). Come at me bitches…

  • Sagamanus

    Saw Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back the other day for the first time in a long time. I was kind of disappointed in it this time around. I still like the characters though.

  • CoolHandJuke

    Do you love the cock?

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    That’s one reason. The fact that EOT was marketed in a very unclear fashion didn’t help matters, either. The trailers were confusing, and the title was changed three times: from “All You Need Is Kill” to the aforementioned “Edge of Tomorrow” (a very generic title); then, surreptitiously, to “Live. Die. Repeat.” when it hit Blu Ray. By the time the general audience had caught up, it was too late.

  • Sagamanus

    No, I can’t say I do.

  • KilliK

    poor marketing killed EOT. same will happen with Warcraft.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    The Goods was surprisingly funny.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    Man, Super Troopers is fucking terrible.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    Highly recommended!

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    I’m in the camp that loves it.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    Turbo Kid was my favorite movie of last year.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    Josie and the Pussycats was actually pretty good!

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    I try to take good care of my loves.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    Chopper is a fucking beast of a film that few people seem to have seen.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    Many favorites didn’t make the cut, but I still stand by Hulk as a a great film.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    I dig Spider-Man 3, homes.

  • I_am_better

    I’m one of the few. It rules

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    Me and a friend saw Hulk opening weekend and were in awe of it. When I started talking to others who saw it, I just couldn’t wrap my head around the hate.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    He was supposed to have a childlike expression. It works for what Lee was doing with father/child relationships. Hulk was the manifestation of rage induced by an abusive father. The green monster was Bruce reverting back to those childhood emotions.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    I first heard about it when I was 22 and used to visit the usenet group, alt.horror. A few people there raved about it and compared it to horror films. I bought it immediately.

  • “Josie and the Pussycats was actually pretty good!”

  • Sagamanus

    So am I.

  • CoolHandJuke

    Nun pops her head out says, “shit, guess I gotta gargle!”

  • Sagamanus

    Would you like to elaborate Zissou?

  • Sagamanus

    I’m thinking there will be some arguing over the worst of list when it arrives. Ok, fighting. Dennis O’Keefe should be allowed a special guest appearance just for that article, under taser guard of course. And then promptly rebanned immediately afterwards.

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    Phantom of the Opera…

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    I asked Zissou to elaborate and he just left me the note “I already did. Read between the lines. Read between the lines” It’s a riddle.

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    Can’t stand the guy. I hate his smug visage.

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    loser

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    WHAT? You must confuse it with another film I mentioned. Or you talked to O’ Keefe again.

  • Sagamanus

    O’Keefe’s been lying to me.

  • Sagamanus

    Wow. That is out of line. OUT OF LINE!

  • Sagamanus

    I will watch them this week.

  • CoolHandJuke

    the advertising gimmick was a trojan horse to trick people into thinking it was making a larger point than it really was. on the other hand, rosario dawson’s tits…

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    He’s a snake.

  • This is why we can’t be friends. Well, actually it’s the Super Troopers comment, but this doesn’t help. =P

  • CoolHandJuke

    damn, forgot about how awesome Bronson is. that should get movie of the century…

  • CoolHandJuke

    only lovers left alive was like eating a big bowl of cancer…

  • Sagamanus

    Someone has to have the courage and put 44 Inch Chest on here. Just slip it in clandestinely after the fact. Makes sure no one sees.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    I’m a confused kitten.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    ^This made me LOL. Hey, I tell it like it is.

  • Coupon: The Movie

    Me too. Can’t believe I missed The Assassination of Jesse James and that guys follow up Killing Me Softly.

  • Coupon: The Movie

    Shit. Me too.

  • Coupon: The Movie

    Yeah, an incredible film.

  • Coupon: The Movie

    Fuck those guys. It’s brilliant.

  • Joseph K. Adams

    So – why is a profile about Puck Propaganda on the article I wrote?

  • Joseph K. Adams

    Nice bonus choice.

  • Jerry and I will be going in depth on it for our weekday matinee western episode this Monday.

  • You taste in film gets more and more suspect as time goes by. 😋

  • Stalks

    All three were damn good.

  • Stalks

    I couldn’t get through the first 10 minutes of this.

  • Stalks
  • Stalks

    Some people are just too shallow at times. /:

  • Stalks
  • Mr Nick Nightly

    Love it!

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    I don’t even make sense to myself.

  • Mr Nick Nightly
  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    One can only use on author box for articles with individual pages. That’s why I add a short description of the author at the bottom of each page.

  • I_am_better

    He had to save all his words for his script

  • Stalks

    Its now available via Starz on demand .😎

  • Tarmac492.1

    Napoleon Dynamite is a surreal dream. love it. Hate Death Proof.

  • Tarmac492.1

    upvote for your conviction. Disagree on Bana

  • Tarmac492.1

    i feel shame that he is Irish, or his discus account is.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Session 9 is fucking brilliant. The enigma that is Brad Anderson(film anyways)

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    He’s my Ruffalo.

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    Member of the IRA, probably.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Dane Cook’s character may produce dry heaves.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Discus Division?

  • Tarmac492.1

    Ahhh Touche’

  • Tarmac492.1

    nice.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Sad. I caught it on IFC when it was still the Independent Film Channel.

  • CoolHandJuke

    I think my admiration for Death Proof falls back on the fact that Butterfly reminds me of my high school crush…

  • Tarmac492.1

    Edmond is fucking killer, as well!!

  • Tarmac492.1

    Need more action flicks like Hanna.

  • Tarmac492.1

    somehow I didnt hate Funny People. Must have been in a good mood when I saw it. ‘Cause Man I am so tired of the Apatow 2 hour plus comedies. Make me laugh and let me leave, man. Let me leave!!!!

  • Tarmac492.1

    I think Bana was great in Munich. The scene when he cries on the phone when he hears his daughter’s voice, Awesome. Also loved himin Jar Jar’s Trek, a flick I enjoyed. Yeah, I said it. Not a huge trekkie though.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    I own the blu-ray trilogy. I still watch them from time to time.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    I’m still waiting for a damn blu-ray release!

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is another one I didn’t like. MAN THE FUCK UP, CARREY. THERE’S PLENTY OF PUSSY OUT THERE.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    “I think I just had too much coffee.”

  • Stalks

    As disappointing as I thought Spiderman 3 was, its still way better than the Amazing Spider-man films!!

  • Stalks

    FUUUUCCCKKK! I forgot ti add Kick-Ass to the list. This is what happens when you write shit in a hurry.

  • Vampire Hunter D(ee)

    bah

  • Tarmac492.1

    The murder of Glenna was disturbing. Macy is great at playing unhinged.

  • Joseph K. Adams

    But I am not Puck Propaganda.

  • Dee-abolik

    Now you are.

  • Dee-abolik

    Well, they are doing a sequel to EoT, so there is that.

  • Tarmac492.1

    I actually think I will bring myself to watching Lee’s version one day.

  • Joseph K. Adams

    🙁

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    Definitely.

  • Stalks

    Just for laughs. (0:<

  • Coupon: The Movie

    Napoleon Dynamite I didn’t like at first but my gf would watch it every time it came on and one day it just sunk in what a great film it really is. And it genuinely moves me when Pedro sees he’s about to win the election and walks into that closeup with the classical piece playing. His expression goes from disbelief to joy as a big smile goes over his face. The immigrant brown kid just can’t believe he’s going to trounce the spoiled blond white girl. That’s the American Dream right there in one fucking shot.

  • Coupon: The Movie

    Oh dude, I left off soooo many movies. Even forgot to put them in my honorable mentions. I’m looking at everyone else’s list and saying “goddammit! How did I forget that!”

  • Coupon: The Movie

    Ah….. The good version.

  • Dee-abolik

    The time frame was maybe a bit too generous. I went for a big time frame so people would focus, but there are more good movies than one should think.

  • Kate Winslet is a mighty fine slice though.

  • Exactly, there is only 1 Puck Propaganda!!

  • L.H.Puttgrass

    Dee gave Team America some love. Fuck, Yeah!!

  • Jessabel Cain

    Thought I would have seen Anchorman and Best In Show in there somewhere….

  • Jessabel Cain

    Suppose I’m just weird. Wonder what mine would be….hmmm

  • Stalks

    Yeah, literally!
    The Fucker must be a nutbag for snuffing Julia Stiles (Yes, I’d hit it!) only to end up as some prag??Macy’s best performance since Boogie Nights IMO.

  • Stalks

    Now there are two more! (;’

  • Stalks

    Revenge of the Sith! That’s right, you tell em!
    Well, for Death Proof, I may have to come at thee, Biatch.

  • I_am_better

    Dee had Anchorman on his list, I believe

  • Jessabel Cain

    He does!!!! Awesome 🙂

  • CoolHandJuke

    i cannot return my knife to its sheath until it has spilled blood…

  • Tarmac492.1

    Best in Show is amazing

  • Tarmac492.1

    I dig Stiles. Girl from the cubicle next door quality. Solid actress as well.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    She’s pretty until she smiles.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    I love these.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    Classic! Shit got cray when they took the show into space.

  • Stalks

    Not sure about Anchorman, but at least there’s a Spider-Man mentioned. (;’

  • Stalks

    Sin City is a great pick, Dee. Too bad the sequel was more than forgettable.

  • Stalks

    Team America’s theme works best with..

  • Tarmac492.1

    Like picking your fave Law and Order Episode from any season and show.

  • Stalks

    I remember that scene where he threatens this Sista, while calling her a C*nt and she had that “Oh no you didnt” look on her face. LOL Yeah, payback was a bitch in the end since he caught that fucker.

    Edmond had it going great when hooking up with Glenna (Oh, Julia. Yummy!) only to flip the fuck out and lose it all in the end.It’s like a Twilight Zone episode that began with a fortune teller informing him of his destiny as in him not belonging in the world and she was right. Also the irony of him being this racist only to end up with a Black Cellmate. That’s somewhat reminicent to the Vic Morrow segment from TZ the Movie.
    The irony of Edmond’s situation was brilliant!

  • Dee-abolik

    There are good ones?…

  • Stalks

    That’s when the series…
    http://i.imgur.com/ufoSus5.gif

  • Tarmac492.1

    The Mamet/Gordon/Macy combo was awesome.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    The 70’s were a wild time.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    Such a disappointment.

  • Stalks

    Same goes for The Spirit and the 300 sequel. WTF Frank Miller?!!??

  • Stalks

    You can say that again. Have you watched that documentary, The Seventies? Interesting stuff and its available on Netflix.

  • Stalks

    I need to revisit this. It’s been awhile and unfortunately, it slipped under the radar and wasn’t too well received.

  • Bop

    So am I.

  • Bop

    Is the world ready for 2?

  • Bop

    Lmao.

  • Stalks

    Bop’s in da Heezy!

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    I love The Spirit!

  • Stalks
  • I_am_better

    Asi, make ” I Saw The Devil” a prime effort. It really is great. It was on my runner-up but luckily it was mentioned by someone else on the list.

  • ErnestRister

    10 Reasons WHY AVATAR IS BETTER THAN STAR WARS PART AWAKENS
    by
    RAMBO RICK
    Film Critic Reporter
    Alhambra High School
    Go DOGS! Bark! Bark!

    Hi my name is Rambo Rick. I am the oficila film critic for Alhambra High School.

    We are the Dogs. At the pepper allys we get to bark and get out of class early. One time my step mom forgot it was pepper day and I hid behind the bleachers and listend to the teachers. One said she had tickets to a concert and hoped it would get her in bed. She must have a hard time sleeping because I saw Poison and an old man from Van Haylen and I went to sleep just fine.. But she is a dumb cause she can’t sleep after a concert. HA! HA!

    Okay, I saw AVATR and STAR WARS EOISODE The FORCE WAKENS and here are ten reasons why AVATAR IS BETTER. Avatar is good but it is still not as good as Titannic but it is beter thasn Star Wars Force Wakens.

    #1. Avatar lets hadycap people walk after they get hurt and they get to wear blue elf costumes. In Star Wars if you are handycaped, you don’t get a elf costume, you have to get metal hands and legs and join the church. It is like Deaf Leopard.

    You can wear a costume if you want I guess, but I bet you still get cold hands and legs. Like my braces when I get to eat a red slushee at Sonic or when I stick my head out the window when my stepmom Cheryl drives me smwhere.

    I don’t know if blue elfs get cold but they barely wear clothes so I bet they dont

    #2. The man in Avatar has a name Jake. The girl in Force Wakens is in many scenes and her name is Ray. There is a guy in P.E. named ray.

    I don’t like P.E. we just grab balls and hold them until Coach tells us to throw our balls and go in the shower. Ray he waits for me everyday after practice and he and other peple pick me up and spread my legs and hit my pee pee against the goalie posts. They cal it Pole the Troll. Maybe that’s what P.E. stands for but I don’t like it.

    #3. Ray has another name called Marry Sue which she doesn’t use but everyone online calls her that name. So she is a liar and wont use her real name Marry Sue.

    In avatar, th blue elv woman has a name but I didnt hear it because she was mostly naked and I felt weird in my shorts. She yelled a lot but I dont remember. I was still wearing my special jock strap to protect me from the goalie posts when I saw Avatar. I don’t touch m strap until Cheryl comes home and she was at a concert and didn’t come home until the morning.. I had the funny feeling in my strap fr a long time. Then it hurt.

    #4. The blue people have socks on the back of their heads and they use these to have sex with girls and animals. I have a sock too but it’s not on my head and I’m not suppsed to talk about it.

    #5. The gold robot is bleeding down his arm in Force Wakens and no one helps him stop bleeding and his arm is red. Dont let him touch you with the red arm. He will give you a robot disease. Maybe hes not bleeding and helped a cow have a baby.

    Cheryl had a baby and the doctor put her furry parts in a small hammock..

    No one has a red arm in Avatar or has babies or furry parts. You cant make babies with a head sock.

    And to stop babies women go buy a vaccum.

    #4. In Avatar the blue people fight America. In Frorce Wakens people fight Nazis but they seem bored by it as if they had done it already.

    Avatar is like Dancing with the Wolf. We had to watch Dancing with the Wolf and it took forever. Like three days. Robin Hood lives with indians. Not from India, he lives with the woo-woo-woo kind of indians. They use bows and arrows like Robin hood. They don’t have jobs because it takes a long time to make arrows. America has guns so they have time to be in the army and shoot indians.

    Ms. Hickenlopp is a bad teacher because she just graded papers and wrote bad things about me to Cheryl while we watched Dancing with the Wolf.

    #3. In Avatar America hates a big tree. Susan Sarandon plays a doctor who smokes a lot but she likes the tree and she likes Jake even though he likes to be an elf and when he waears the elf costume he can walk and run again. I dont know why America hates the tree. Maybe it talks like in Pokehontas.

    In America, you can talk because you dont have to pay for it. That is why talking is called free speech. You can talk anytime unless you are in church or the school or the movies or on a plane or the school bus or at the nurses home.

    Nurses live together and wait for old people to die and they live in a nurses home that smells like the janitor mop bucket.

    We had a moment of silence because a girl ran into a tree and had to go to the hospital. No one was supposed to talk so I played Anger Birds on my phone.

    I dont hate trees and I dont understand why America hates the tree in Avatar. Maybe the tree is from the desert and makes bombs. America shoots desert people who make bombs but they keep coming back. There are no deserts in America.

    In Star Wars, the white nazis shoot people in the desert. Ray lives in the desert. I dont know if she makes bombs but she probably does.

    #2. In Star Wars it is uinrealistic. You can buy a light saber at Wal-Mart but it doesnt hurt anythig. beleive me I tried. I hit Cheryl in her sleep with my light saber and she didn’t get burned or nothing. I ran but she caught me and put me back in the special bed.

    Avatar is real and people hve guns and spears and knives and could happen someday.

    We have guns and knives at home somewhere but Cheryl hid them for some reason. I will find them though.Ha! Ha! stupid Cheryl. She is not my real mom. She is not the boss of me

    #1. Too many people die or get hurt in Star Wars and I found this sad and depression. In Avatar no one gets hurt and even if they do the tree will magic them back to life so I would rather be an elf in Avtar with the magic doctor tree than be in Star wars where doctors dont do anything other than give you metal arms and legs. Hey, here is a question and you can answer it on the official school website. Does Darth Vader have a metal pee pee? Ha! I think he has a metal pee pee but I have not seen it in a movie yet. Let me know what you think about Vader if he has a ,metal pee pee in the condiments belows.

    That’s it for today. Go Dogs!
    Ms. Hickenloooper sucks! Ha Ha!

    Rambo Rick
    Film Critic Reporter!!

  • Stalks

    <—-

  • Dee-abolik

    Boy is on the right path.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    The best part of liking shit that no one else does is getting blu-rays cheap! I got the 2 disc edition of The Spirit for $5!

  • Stalks

    That definitely works!

  • I beleive you, i do believe you. One i truly must watch it. It’s that television series have occupied my time. There are so many good ones this days!

  • Nice piece of parody.

  • Me and my friends, we didn’t liked the movie, but we laughed a lot watching it.

  • Col. Tigh-Fighter

    I’ll comment soon who I finally catchup on my sleep, and can read this massive motherfucker.

  • Col. Tigh-Fighter

    Puck has good taste straight away 🙂

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    There’s a lot to laugh at.

  • Stalks

    Define irony?
    Bale as Bateman kills Leto as Paul.
    Batman kills the Joker!!😉

  • Stalks

    American Psycho? Fuck yea!
    Ratatouille? Well, that’s an acquired taste.

  • American Psycho is twice as funny as it already is if you lived through the 80s and are NOT inlove with that decade. Both movie and book got the gist if the times very very well.

  • How things turn around!

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    Well, I DID live through the decade and it was not a bad time at all. Much better than today in many ways. None of that yuppie shit permeated through to my world. Maybe it did if you were a superficial, socially climbing Wall Street trader or a dyed-in-the-wool right wing theocrat. But the ordinary, educated man or woman on the street – no.

    All decades have their good and bad, and the seventies was an economic slag heap full of violence, union strikes and unemployment, lest we forget.

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    Yep…if he wants to write for Harry Knowles.

  • Bop

    Yeah.

  • Turd Has Escaped The Gravy

    “Ratatouille? Well, that’s an acquired taste.”

    I can’t tell whether this is an intentional pun or not. :p

  • Coupon: The Movie

    True but I still stand by my choices. Just wish I had about five more slots.

  • Coupon: The Movie

    Any 60’s/70’s cartoon show that made a spin off ending with the words “in outer space” immediately had me as a viewer.

  • ErnestRister

    10 REASONS WHY TITANNIC IS BETTER THAN LORD OF THE RIGNS
    by Rambo Rick
    Official Film Crtic Reporter
    Alhambra High School

    10. Their is no such thing as a town of mijets. I know mijets and theyre family is not all mijet like them. A village oif mijets is not realistic. What is making everyoe mijet? Were all the mijets sent too this village? Their are no mijets in Titannic because mijets don’t like to ride boats. They like the circus.

    9. Titannic is original and Lord of the rings is a rip off. I saw Willow when I was in middle school Titaniic is not a rip off of willo. Lord of the Rings is a willow. Willo has a mijet town and the mijet goes to get rid of the baby. No one lets him get rid of the baby and he finds a magic goat and the scary queen from Snow White chases the midjet and tires to kill the goat. Maybe the mijets are cousins of the dwarfs. There are dwarfs and mijets in Lord of the Rings soi it makes no sense.

    8. Too many gay mijets in Lord of the rings. Why are all the mijets gay? Frodo is gay and kisses the fat mijet on the head. I would kick the shit out of any gay mijet that tried to kiss me on the head. That’s how they give you gay. No damn gay mijet is going to give me gay.

    7. The bad guy in titanic is an jealous man who doesn’t like Rose chainsg Dicaprio. The bad guy in Lord of the Rings is an eyeball and it is on fire. Why be afraid of an eyeball. That is like being afraid of a old woman on fire in a weel chair. Ha Ha! Stupid old woman! Come get me! I got the ring! You are on fire and just sit there! You are not scary you are on fire! that is what the ball is like it just sits there on fire and doesn’t do nothing. Stpid eyeball. The iceberg is not on fire and it chases the boat and hits it and makes it sink. The eyeball is stupid it doesnt chase anybody/

    6. JAmes cmaeron finished his movie in 3 hours but they took many hours to finish Lord of the Rings. Titannic was long but good. IT takes all day to watch the lord of the rings and thats too long to be watching gay mijets.

    7. There is a love story in Titanic about love and teenagers who like love. Jack loves on Rose and loves her hard. The only love in Lord of the Rings is the gay mijets who cry alot and kiss each other on the head.

    8. Nobody dies in Lord of the rings, everybody dies in Titannic. There are n9ie chaeracters in Lord if the Rings and they all live. The wuzard who alls down a cliff and comes back as jesus lives. Frodo the gay mijet lives. Sam who is not gay and is cool he is alos in a football movie so of course he is not gay he lives. Merrey who has a gay name he lives. And the most gay of all is Pippin who just sounds like a gay. Hi I am Pippin! Can you tell Im a gay? HA HA !! Then there is a dwarf who is like a mijet only not gay, and a blond gay vulcan who can shoot good with his bow and arrow and is love with the dwarf, and then there is Aragoren who could get liad, like, every day. His horse even likes to kiss him.

    9. Titanic could happen. Lord of the Rings could not happen. They made a movie out of stuff that nobody could do. There are no giant dumbos and vulcans and trees dont talk and no wizards and none of this stuff is real. Titanic is all real. Rich people are all like Billy Zane and wear mascara and hate poor people.

    10. Titanic is a movie about how we get lied to by rich people and why they suck. LOTR is about people who get a dickted to a ring that mjust be laced with crack or something. All you have to do is touch the ring and you get a dickted it is like cigarets or Pokemon. Another guy gets shot because he’s a dickted to the ring and tries to steal it from Frodo the gay mijet. He gets sad and then gets shot. This is a good moment because it shows how it is not good to get a dickted. Then Aragoren shows up and he must have caught gay from the gay mijet Frodo because he kisses the shot guy on the head. There are too many anti drugg movies out there. every day at school they sday dont do drugs dont do drugs and yet every morning I have to swallow lots of drugs because they are brain vitamins.

    So don’t watch lord of the rings watch Titanic That’s my closing statement watch Titannic. Lord of the Ring is a STUPID HA! HA!

    RAMBO RICK
    Film Critic Reporter!!
    Alhambra High School

  • Col. Tigh-Fighter

    I fucking love that film. Only Up has overtaken it the greatness stakes. And the gif Puck used is one of my all time favourite scenes. Love that shit I do 🙂

  • Col. Tigh-Fighter

    Great music, great films. Whats not to love?

  • Stalks

    I hear ya, M. I’m more into Lilo n Stitch than the other cutesy films and glad that Pucky gave it an honourble mention, which sadly, I forgot to add it on my list. I demand a fuggin recount!!!!

  • Dee-abolik

    Another? Really?

  • KilliK

    the kid needs to get laid. prondo.

  • Bop

    Super Troopers and City Of God are very entertaining. And I can’t say enough times that every brat should see City Of God to realize what a fucking whiners they are.
    I Saw The Devil was also entertaining. Good Korean movie. And I got 2 words for Mulholland Drive : Laura Harring.

  • Bop

    He, he.

  • Bop

    Angel-A. Very cool movie indeed.

  • Bop

    Still have to see it. Satisfied with Hap And Leonard?

  • Bop

    You are tougher than me, mang. I could only stomach Palty in Shallow Hall.

  • Bop

    Know the feeling.

  • Bop

    Chopper is really good. We used to have this cult video rental store. I saw it there and rented it then. Impressive movie.

  • Bop

    Steel? The one with Shaq? Mang, I totally forgot about that movie.

  • I_am_better

    He’s on a roll

  • By live you mean you were a child? Those do not have much of a world view on things other their own immediate reality, do they?

  • Lots of not to love. Including music and movies.

  • Col. Tigh-Fighter

    Your views on the 80’s are well known, my friend 😉

  • And you haven’t seen nothing yet.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    LOVE it. The books are driven by Hap’s internal dialogue, so there’s a bit of humor and context that gets lost. Some voiceover narration could solve that. Other than that tiny little nitpick, I love how it turned out. The cast is perfect. I really fucking hope we get another season. “Mucho Mojo” is just such a great goddamn book.

  • Bop

    I have to finish the last 4 episodes and I can’t wait to sit down and watch it undisturbed.

  • Pawpr1nt

    Hey Turd! Did you notice amongst all of these top tens how Avatar – the HIGHEST GROSSING FILM OF ALL TIME WORLDWIDE! ©™ – only charts once, and once as an afterthought?!

    It’s almost as if it’s been largely forgotten and left no lasting impact on pop culture isn’t it?! Who’d have thought?!