commented on The 100 Best Movies of the 2000's: The Top Ten
Wow I can't believe I made it through that. Especially since the person who is in charge of IT for this site couldn't figure out how to make a link from a set of ten to the next set of ten movies in the list. So u are stuck searching for links or just hitting the back button again and again and again and again. Thumbs up Dip Shhh! Ok wow, so now it's time for me to let you know of the critically acclaimed, award winning, fan approved, movie guru accepted films that didn't make it on the same list as The Matador and Drive and the colassal flop that was We Need to Talk to Kevin. Well folks I think we need to talk with the creator Eric Zipper but that's another show and it would involve some professional's who aren't availible right now. So without further a do.....Drum roll.......Not on this list is....All Denzel Washington Films, Training Day, Man on Fire, American Gangster, Manchurian Canidate, John Q, Remember the Titans, Antwon Fisher, Out of Time, Inside Man, Unstoppable, The Book of Eli, Safe House, The Taking of Pehlam 123, and Deja Vu. All not worthy. Some Dicaprio greats such as The Avitor, Blood Diamond, The Beach, Shudder Island, (I think, if it's on ther my fault) Body of Lies, Revolutionary Road, and J. Edgar. And the rest of classic films from the 2000's and up that couldn't beat out the fantastic Up or Wall-E or The House of Flying Daggers. Well as I mentioned ther was Gladiator but no 300 or Beau Wolf, Crouching Tiger, Apocolypto, Hotel Rwanda, The Constant Gardner, Babel, The Hurt Locker, The Piano, The Macinist, Crash, Ray, Hangover, Superbad, A Beautiful Mind, Proof, Mystic River, 21 Grams, Sin City and so many more. Too many to list them all so I'll leave on a good note and give you one more classic that didn't make the list; I bid you all a Good Night and Good Luck! See what I did their? Ya I'm that good...
commented on The 100 Best Movies of the 2000's: 20-11
Oh you were doing so well. But first get off Christopher Nolan's slong but you had to ruin it by putting in Micheal Clayton and District freakin' 9?? Where is your head? I have an idea. Clayton was just a paycheck for Clooney not a great script that was waiting to get picked up by a great actor. Hell No. And district 9? I hate it. My mom would hate it, my girlfriend would hate it, my little brother and all my sister's would hate it, my friend's would hate it, and my co-worker's would hate it? Who does that leave? Just a bunch of braces wearing, zit faced, moron preteens. Ya that bad..
commented on The 100 Best Movies of the 2000's: 30-21
Shaun of the Dead is a cult classic meaning it only appeals to a certain audeiance which means it should be disqulified from the list. Oh yeah I forgot you aren't using any sort of criteria so that point doesn't matter. That's also why and how you can have 3 freakin' cartoons in your 3rd teir of success..?? Rat's Finding that out is just Incredible! Get it, see what I did ther, funny huh? Unlike the movie Oldboy which wasn't funny or good in the least. Oh well thank God I'm almost through this thing.
commented on The 100 Best Movies of the 2000's: 40-31
Drive sucked. The Life Aquatic should have been either The Royal Tenenbaums or Lost in Traslation. And you better have 300 on here if ou put up Gladiator.
commented on The 100 Best Movies of the 2000s: 50-41
Ok, Kudos to Midnight In Paris, City of God and King's Speech although I would have King's in my top 10. Also I would witch Kill Bill's. I guess you don't know that the original is always the best b/c without it their's no sequel and the second or third or tenth i always drawing from the original story get it? Suprisingly I've never seen Sunshine or Moon. Kinda weird, ya know the Sun and the Moon. Creepy.
commented on The 100 Best Movies of the 2000s: 60-51
Inception should be way higher. U already know how I feel about Toy Story and Little Sunshine had one good scene in the entire movie. Epic FAIL!
commented on The 100 Best Movies of the 2000s: 70-61
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and Monsters Inc. are a no go for me. KKBB bad acting and cartoons aren't movie's, their an ingenious way for celebirtie's to make more truck loads of money!! And I know sideways was mad popular but I thought it sucked.
commented on The 100 Best Movies of the 2000s: 80-71
This is going to get tireing. The Woman, Mean Creek, Red Hot Summer and Eastern Promises all SUCK. The Trip was great!
commented on The 100 Best Movies of the 2000s: 90-81
Almost Famous should be way down the list. Closer to say #1 rather than #100... No go for Serenity. Low budget, poor acting, sub-par script. I can't believe you even put the name George Lucas in the same galaxy as this piece of shhh. Also I just figured out why this list is so poor-average, ther's only 1 guy doing the whole damn list. R u kidding me? For 1 ur bosses are morons to think that you can do an epic list with jut one person's opinion. And #2 if someone ever asked me to do a top 100 list of any kind or top 50 or 25 I wouldn't be so arrogent to even think I could do so alone. Not only would I shut myself in a room with 3-4 of the smartest people I knew w/o a computer or any devices. When I was done I would then bust out a computer and compare the top lists in the same category I was working on and take that into consideration. Not just sling out my personal fav's without a clear cut criteria. Did u have a criteria for the list? I don't see one so far. BTW Gangs of NY also should be top 10 territory. Daniel Day Lewis is perfect, Scorsese and Dicaprio awesome. Oh well I'll tread on.