Favourite Movie From Each Year Of The 2000s


#101

That’s an example of someone who played it without hamming it. I’m sure there are heaps of villains who’ve just conveyed absolute evil less flamboyantly.

Edward Arnold in a swag of Capra movies, Gil McLaughlin in the saga, George McReady in Gilda…


#102

Jack Nicholson has made a career of hamming it up.

Would be in the top 5 greatest actors of all time.

It can be done tastefully


#103

Haha


#104

To be fair to Gill the Dill, he is often overshadowed by his more illustrious partner in the crime that is the saga, by Fat Vlad.


#105

Borrowing heavily from others…

2000: Gladiator/Memento
2001: Intacto
2002: Bourne Identity/About A Boy
2003: …The Last Samurai?
2004: Dodgeball
2005: World’s Fastest Indian
2006: The Prestige/Deep Water (documentary)
2007: Bourne Ultimatum/Hot Fuzz
2008: Dark Knight/Departures/Gran Torino
2009: Hangover/District 9/Moon


#106

Billy Elliot and The Motorcycle Diaries, 2 movies I really liked, disappointed in myself that I had forgotten about them.


#107

You’re a cnt, you’re a cnt, you’re a cnt


#108

I recon he did a fair bit in the shadows.
Vlad wasn’t as much of the fat controller as the afl would have us believe methinks


#109

Hang on,
Isn’t this the movie thread


#110

I just watched the mist @wimmera1.
Thomas Jane trying really hard to impersonate Christopher Lambert.
Really slow storyline. Sorry mate I didn’t like it.
Would have been a great movie but too wordy and no rhythm for suspense. Substituting some of the movie with action of cast chopping up creatues would have worked a treat!
Was the book better than the movie?


#111

That 900mls comment you made somewhere was ■■■■■■■ Awesome!
Still giggling :grin::grin::laughing:


#112

‘We are the real monsters.’


#113

But watching paint dry…


#114

Short story with an entirely nihilistic ending; I certainly enjoyed it.