Top 5 Movies of the year

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  1. Gunny

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    Since the year is coming to a close we may as well rate our top 5 movies released this year.

    I actually don't have a top 5 right now, I will go with my top 2 for the moment. Until I can remember more.

    1. Simpsons movie. I loved it.

    2. Die Hard 4.
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  2. joelmunroe

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    1) american gangster
    2) the kingdom
    3) 300
    4) alpha dog
    5) shooter/zodiac. call it a tie here.
    honorable mention
    bourne ultimatum, superbad, blades of glory, knocked up, halloween
    *actually after rethinking it any of the honorable mentions could move into the top 5 no problem. superbad should be up there anyway.
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    1) 28 Weeks Later
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    1:Bourne Ultimatum

    2:Zodiac

    3:Seraphim Falls

    4:Fracture

    5:Michael Clayton

    6:Shooter

    7:3:10 to Yuma

    8:The Brave One

    9:Live Free or Die Hard

    10:Mr Brooks
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    No Country for Old Men
    Hott Fuzz
    The Simpsons
    Grindhouse
    Fido
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    1. No Country For Old Men (A+)
    2. There Will Be Blood (A+)

    Everything else below is not in the league of these movies:

    3. Zodiac (A)
    4. Hot Fuzz (A)
    5. Grindhouse (B+)
    6. Michael Clayton (B+)
    7. Superbad (B+)
    8. Knocked Up (B+)
    9. The Simpsons (B)
    10. American Gangster (B)

    Honorable Mention: 28 Weeks Later, Halloween, Before The Devil Knows You're Dead

    Great movie for movies; see No Country For Old Men and There Will Be Blood for two certified masterpieces.
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  7. CRUDS

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    There Will Be Blood is already out?? dammit I gotta see that...
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  8. Gunny

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    Crap, how did I forget Bourne?
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    I saw a screening of it. I'll prob see it in wide-release, cause Daniel Day Lewis gives a jaw-dropping performance.
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  10. avvie

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    I'm not sure I've seen five films this year.

    Lemme see...

    Transformers
    Live Free or Die Hard
    Resident Evil: Apocalypse

    The only other I remember is actually from last Christmas, when Matt Damon starred as a coathanger in "The Good Shepherd". :hang: :hang:
    Words cannot describe how bad that was.
    And yes, I am capable of enjoying a character study.
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