My Favorite Movies Of The 21st Century (So Far), 2001-2016

The BBC has asked actual film critics to weigh in with a list of “The Best Films of The 21st Century” and while I am not an actual film critic, I thought it was a fun opportunity to look back on the films that have endured for me since 2001… this is a very personal list and the only thing it reflects is my own connection to certain films that I cannot get out of my head…

TOP TEN

Mulholand drive

4 Months 3 Weeks 2 Days 2

Lintrus


lenfant1


Rois-Et-Reine

Climates

pianoteacher

zodiac

no-country-for-old-men-3

there will be blood

Résonance Personnelle (Alpha)

aurora

Bamako

Cache-1

Dogtooth

everyelsrev

Flight Of The Red Balloon

GoodbyeFirstLove.1

margaret09

Summer Hours

two-lovers-2008-3-g

What Time Is It There

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  1. TOP TEN

    1. MULHOLLAND DRIVE by David Lynch
    2. 4 MONTHS, 3 WEEKS, AND 2 DAYS by Cristian Mungiu
    3. L’INTRUS by Claire Denis
    4. L’ENFANT by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne
    5. KINGS & QUEEN by Arnaud Desplechin
    6. CLIMATES by Nuri Bilge Ceylan
    7. THE PIANO TEACHER by Michael Haneke
    8. ZODIAC by David Fincher
    9. NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN by Joel and Ethan Coen
    10. THERE WILL BE BLOOD by Paul Thomas Anderson

    Résonance Personnelle (Alpha)

    AURORA by Cristi Puiu
    BAMAKO by Abderrahmane Sissako
    CACHÉ by Michael Haneke
    DOGTOOTH by Yorgos Lanthimos
    EVERYONE ELSE by Maren Ade
    THE FLIGHT OF THE RED BALOON by Hou Hsiao-hsien
    GOODBYE FIRST LOVE by Mia Hansen-Løve
    MARGARET by Kenneth Lonergan
    SUMMER HOURS by Olivier Assayas
    TWO LOVERS by James Gray
    WHAT TIME IS IT THERE? by Tsai Ming-liang

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