Friday, 27 November 2009

Top 100 Noughties Films

Time Out have released their list. So have The Telegraph. And The Times. The Guardian released their list earlier in the year, albeit a more modest, circumspect 10 of them, as did Film 4.

Here are my Top 100 films of 2000-2009 inclusive, based on my out-of-ten ratings at IMDb.com, grouped in alphabetical order (* = my top ten).

2 Days In Paris
3.10 To Yuma
8 Mile
9 Songs
24 Hour Party People*



About Schmidt
Adaptation
American Gangster
And Your Mother Too (Y tu mamá también)
Apocalypto
Atonement

Babel
Batman Begins
Before Sunset
Birth
Black Hawk Down
The Bourne Identity
The Bourne Supremacy
Breaking And Entering
Broken Flowers
Brokeback Mountain*



Che: Part One (aka The Argentine)
Chicago
The Claim
Cloverfield
Code Unknown* (Code Inconnu)
Cold Mountain
Collateral
Conspiracy
The Contender

Dancer in the Dark*
Death Proof
The Departed
Dogtown And Z-Boys*
Doubt
Downfall (Der Untergang)



Electroma
The Escapist
Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind*

Fantastic Mr Fox
Flightplan
Frost Nixon

Goodbye Lenin
Gosford Park
Grizzly Man

Heist
Hidden (Caché)
The Hours

I've Loved You So Long (Il y a longtemps que je t'aime)
In The Cut
In the Valley of Elah
Inside Man

Juno

The Last King of Scotland
Let the Right One In
Little Miss Sunshine
The Lives of Others
London To Brighton
Longford

The Machinist
Man On Wire
Memento*
Miami Vice
Mondovino
Monsoon Wedding
Monsters Inc.*
Morvern Callar
Moon
Mr Brooks
Mulholland Drive



Napoleon Dynamite
The New World
No Country For Old Men
Notes On A Scandal

Ocean's Eleven

Persepolis
Precious
The Prestige*
Pride And Prejudice
Public Enemy No.1/Killer Instinct
Punch Drunk Love



The School Of Rock
Sea Biscuit
Serenity
Sexy Beast
Sideways
Snatch
Star Trek
Sunshine Cleaning
Swimming Pool
Syriana

Tell No One (Ne le dis à personne)
There Will Be Blood*
Traffic
Trip To Asia



Vera Drake

The Wackness
War Of The Worlds
Where The Wild Things Are
White Material

I'm sorry I couldn't include Up In The Air, which is a super film but not released until next year.

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