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The 100 Greatest Movies of the 2010s So Far

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Topic: The 100 Greatest Movies of the 2010s So Far
Posted By: adg211288
Subject: The 100 Greatest Movies of the 2010s So Far
Date Posted: 29 Sep 2018 at 12:39pm
I recently posted a series of film lists on List Challenges based on what may be considered the greatest films of each decade (1960's - 2010's). I didn't want to use critics as the source for the titles so went with RYM (for familiarity), where I could get a chart based solely on user ratings. I also applied some additional filters to the list:

No documentary or live performance titles (since RYM annoyingly lists them as movies)
A minimum of 500 user ratings
A minimum of 60 minutes in length

I decided to bring this discussion to the general forum of MMA as well. If you want to fill out the List Challenge, it can be found here:  http://www.listchallenges.com/the-100-greatest-movies-of-the-2010s-so-far" rel="nofollow - https://www.listchallenges.com/the-100-greatest-movies-of-the-2010s-so-far  (there's also versions for each decade down to the 60's available on my profile)

As I'm limited to 25 poll options though, I'm only listed the top 24 movies plus left #25 for Other.

For myself from the top 24 it's between Blade Runner 2049 and Django Unchained, but I'll put my vote with Other because I think Tarantino's other western, The Hateful Eight, has a slight edge on Django. 


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Posted By: TheHeavyMetalCat
Date Posted: 29 Sep 2018 at 2:00pm
Never even heard of the supposed number one.

I like a good number of the movies on the list (scored 49/100). Not sure what my ultimate favourite is though: many of them are so different and incomparable to each other.



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