What is The best film since the year, 2000?

Author: jimbasil (33333 Posts - Joined: Nov 15, 2007)

Posted at 5:55 pm on Feb 15, 2019

Just pick one.

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Crash

Author: Curly1918 (2504 Posts - Joined: Aug 30, 2017)

Posted at 9:47 am on Feb 16, 2019

Officer Ryan: You think you know who you are? [Officer Hanson nods] You have no idea.

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In all the years since “Crash” won best picture, this is this first time

Author: jimbasil (33333 Posts - Joined: Nov 15, 2007)

Posted at 10:02 am on Feb 16, 2019

Anyone I know has mentioned that film other than to say it was not liked.

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It was not liked because it held a mirror up to who we are

Author: Curly1918 (2504 Posts - Joined: Aug 30, 2017)

Posted at 10:30 am on Feb 16, 2019

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Yes and no - for me, there are many films on race relations that do that.

Author: jimbasil (33333 Posts - Joined: Nov 15, 2007)

Posted at 1:10 pm on Feb 16, 2019

I think mane didn't really get into the film because it's really not a great film. I liked it for what it is I just don't see it as a great film the same way 12 Years a Slave isn't a great film (McQueen's "Widows" is a better made film and it's interesting).

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We need as many of these films as possible!

Author: Curly1918 (2504 Posts - Joined: Aug 30, 2017)

Posted at 7:04 pm on Feb 16, 2019

I particularly like Finding Forrester

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Back Door Sluts XVI.

Author: LehighND (5097 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 1:36 am on Feb 16, 2019

Best dialogue since VIII.

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The pianist, one of my best. What's the reason of limiting just one? Do you have hard criteria that

Author: Eli (3973 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 12:55 am on Feb 16, 2019

we can follow in order to sort out our candidates? Liberal's mind has no principles, completely arbitrary.

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The Departed and Inglorious Bastards are my faves.

Author: Frank L (33376 Posts - Joined: Sep 20, 2007)

Posted at 11:19 pm on Feb 15, 2019

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I found the Departed a tad tedious

Author: LehighND (5097 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 1:30 am on Feb 16, 2019

Inglorious Bastards not so much. Lots of great actors in that cast and a great story. The opening scene in the French farmhouse and the scene with Mike Myers are iconic. Pitt fucks it up a tad at spots, and as much as I like Eli Roth, he was a shitty Bear Jew. Otherwise awesome.

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Inglorious Bastards clearly gets missed by most. Great film

Author: jimbasil (33333 Posts - Joined: Nov 15, 2007)

Posted at 12:18 am on Feb 16, 2019

Difficult to watch.

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If you add the 90’s, I would also toss in Unforgiven as I’m a suckah for westerns.

Author: Frank L (33376 Posts - Joined: Sep 20, 2007)

Posted at 1:00 pm on Feb 17, 2019

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Battle Los Angeles

Author: Iggle (5182 Posts - Joined: Sep 14, 2007)

Posted at 9:58 pm on Feb 15, 2019

I could watch it on a loop tape.

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Big Fish for me.

Author: jakers (7828 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 9:18 pm on Feb 15, 2019

Gran Torino or The Departed were also worth considering. Also Finding Neverland.

I have not seen the film you rated as the best.


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Those are great choices.

Author: iairishcheeks (9626 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 12:30 am on Feb 16, 2019

I'll add Gladiator, A Beautiful Mind, Road to Perdition and the entire XMen series.

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I consider Game of Thrones to be a single giant masterpiece.

Author: BaronVonZemo (23438 Posts - Joined: Nov 19, 2010)

Posted at 8:51 pm on Feb 15, 2019

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Torn between Letters from Iwo Jima and La La Land.

Author: conorlarkin (10251 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 7:45 pm on Feb 15, 2019

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La Vita è Bella remains my favorite, but is was a 1997 film.

Author: conorlarkin (10251 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 8:07 pm on Feb 15, 2019

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Popular movies? No Country for Old Men

Author: MAS (11315 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 7:32 pm on Feb 15, 2019

I'm sure I can find some art films or obscure ones that are better, though. I mostly watch classic movies.

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Certainly. Each line of that script has heft.

Author: LehighND (5097 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 1:32 am on Feb 16, 2019

"It sure is a mess, ain't it sheriff?"

"If it isn't, it'll do 'til the mess gets here"


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Dumb and Dumber.

Author: iairishcheeks (9626 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 7:06 pm on Feb 15, 2019

Subtitled: Decision 2016

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Can’t pick one - Sully or Snakes on a Plane

Author: PBHangingChad (5874 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 6:10 pm on Feb 15, 2019

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Author: PBHangingChad (5874 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 6:09 pm on Feb 15, 2019

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La Grande Bellezza

Author: jimbasil (33333 Posts - Joined: Nov 15, 2007)

Posted at 5:57 pm on Feb 15, 2019

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