Can't wait to see it!
Movies Are Life. ~ K
10. Rachel Nichols and Sienna Miller have all the boobies. And you know this, because they never cover them up and wear incredibly "realistic" costumes for espionage and the armed forces.
9. The inspiring acting of Channing Tatum...'s abs
8. Automatic, incredibly violent reaction of the kid trained in martial arts, though all martial arts teach that you never start a fight
7. The fact that Joseph Gordon-Levitt would be in this movie AND (500) Days of Summer AND have them released on the same day
6. The plotline of Sienna Miller having to be married to the scientist...If it makes sense to you, please explain it to me.
5. There is a long explanation of what all the cool things the accelerator suits can do, and then all they use them for is running really fast. Haha.
4. The detailed verbal explanations of the flashbacks, even though the flashbacks easily explain themselves.
3. The Hummer that is indestructible. Seriously, apparently Hummer beats gigantic bus.
2. This wording is stolen from Roger Ebert's review because he explains it much better than I ever could, "At one point the ice cap is exploded real good so it will sink and crush the G. I. Joe's submarine. We thought ice floated in water but, no, you can see big falling ice chunks real good here. It must be only in your Coke that it floats."
1. The dialogue...all of it. Seriously.
These are the top 20 films of the decade as of now. These will not change. Chosen from just over 2000 films seen from the decade.
* denotes a top 10 film.
* 4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days, dir. Cristian Mungiu
Almost Famous, dir. Cameron Crowe
* Amores Perros, dir. Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
Cidade De Deus, dir. Fernando Meirelles
Dancer in the Dark, dir. Lars Von Trier
* Fa Yeung Nin Wa, dir. Wong Kar Wai
Ghost World, dir. Terry Zwigoff
Happy-Go-Lucky, dir. Mike Leigh
* The Hurt Locker, dir. Kathryn Bigelow
* In the Bedroom, dir. Todd Field
* Lost in Translation, dir. Sofia Coppola
Match Point, dir. Woody Allen
* Mulholland Drive, dir. David Lynch
Paranoid Park, dir. Gus van Sant
Requiem for A Dream, dir. Darren Aronofsky
* Storytelling, dir. Todd Solondz
* Traffic, dir. Steven Soderbergh
Wonder Boys, dir. Curtis Hansen
* Up, dir. Pete Docter
Yi Yi, dir. Edward Yang
Honorable Mention: The Shape of Things, Touching the Void, Irreversible, Me and You and Everyone We Know, La Pianiste.