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  1. So, I finally saw Split. What was that all about? Is it a shallow mess that I think it is, or am I too stupid to figure it out?
  2. If we do 1987, my list would be Empire of the Sun first, Untouchables second, then the other 10 movies I've seen from that year.
  3. btw the last time we did a top 2007, the results were: 1. Ratatouille 2. There Will Be Blood 3. Zodiac 4. No Country for Old Men 5. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street 6. The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford 7. Hot Fuzz 8. Into the Wild 9. Michael Clayton 10. Gone Baby Gone 11. The Bourne Ultimatum 12. 3:10 to Yuma 13. Transformers 14. Knocked Up 15. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  4. you meant to say the worst among the pixar greats, of course. kthxbai
  5. Jesse James could have made my top 5 if it wasn't such a drag. It angers me how much of a slog it is to get to the good stuff.
  6. Good. EP is super basic and I can't see why everyone is so in love with it. I was afraid it was gonna make top 10. you fucking people.
  7. Eh start. 300 is the weakest Snyder and Sunshine is half terrible. Sweeney is too whatever to have a strong opinion about it. Into the Wild not getting in the top 10 probably is the highlight so far.
  8. Actually, it would be pretty cool if Spider-Man 3 made the list.
  9. The opinion that has JP3 over JW is a wrong one.
  10. Marvel was incredibly short on cash and had a 525m loan or something to make the first films. If these movies weren't successful, the characters would belong to the bank now, as they were given as collateral.
  11. Jane Doe is kinda like John Wick 2, expertly well-directed genre fare that bored the hell out of me, like who cares what happens to any of those thinly written.
  12. reported. you are better than that coolio.