The interpretation is yours, but some of these side by sides of the first and final frames of popular movies are pretty surreal.
12 Years a Slave, Gravity, Inside Llewyn Davis, Her all squeeze into the top 20 films of the decade so far. The Social Network continues reign as best film of the decade.
This time last year we compiled the top 20 films of the decade so far, and now we have updated it. Unfortunately of the 20 slots only four 2013 films have factored into the list, but all have made the top 10.
Remember, this list will be updated each year and films may fall shorter or fall off completely each year. Movies (like fine wine) can get better with age. So here is where we stand as of now at the end of 2013. Continue reading
Top 20: Films of the Decade so Far 2010-2013
Judging by the amount of inevitable criticism I have been receiving since putting some unconventional films on my end of the year lists, I figured I’d make the image above one of my favorites, which is sure to be a cult hit, but not necessarily remembered in time.
The first list I’m going to have is all the films from the past three years (including 2013 so far, even though no film is actually included yet) factoring in the critical scores via MetaCritic and Rotten Tomatoes along with the cultural impact of the film.
I have included my top 20 as well which is vastly different: Continue reading
Top 10: Apocalyptic and Post-Apocalyptic Films of All-Time
The apocalypse is among us. REPENT! Just kidding, while it is very unlikely that the world will end tomorrow, we thought we’d take advantage of the occasion and bring you a top apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic film list. Which should regain your confidence…
Without further ado here it is: Continue reading
I have compiled two Top 10 lists here. The first is statistically what the Top 10 films are based on User reviews and Critic reviews alike from websites such as: MetaCritic, RottenTomatoes and IMDB