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Tired Of These Horrible Top-10 Movie List

So I'm going to create a respectable list, if only for the credibility of the Sputnik user base.
1Saving Private Ryan

Deserving of every accolade it has received, SPR is the best war movie ever made. Graphic, beautifully shot(Thank you, Spielberg) and well acted, my number one.
2The Dark Knight

The best comic movie ever made, and one of the best crime dramas ever told, this is Nolan at his best. And hey, Heath Ledger didn't do too bad himself.
3Pulp Fiction

Tarantino. Basically all you need to know. This will always stand as his magnum opus. Amazing script, great acting, and masterfully skilled weaving of the plot.
4Star Wars: A New Hope

Forget 'The Empire Strikes Back,' this is, and always will be, my favorite Star Wars movie. From the wonderfully shot scenes of Tatooine, the score, or Harrison Ford, the movie stands the test of time. No matter what George Lucas has done to ruin it. I mean, c'mon, Han shot first.
5The Departed

You don't get much better movies than this. If film-making is an artwork, than Scorsese is the equivalent of Da Vinci.
6A Clockwork Orange

''Ultra-Violent.'' This take on the Anthony Burgess novel of the same name is the pioneer of, well, any violent and visceral movie that you watch now. If you haven't watched it, do so now.
7Apocalypse Now

Francis Ford Coppola can do no wrong.
8Inglourious Basterds

Again, Tarantino can piece together a story as well as anyone.
9Good Night, and Good Luck

A black and white movie... in the 21st century? Huh? Yeah, this is one of my personal favorites, if just for the intriguing story and look. Proof that George Clooney is both an astounding actor and a capable director.
10Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang

Probably #'s 9 and 10 are the surprise participants on this list. Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang integrates noir(Oh, I love noir) with satire. Robert Downey Jr. and Val Kilmer just have 'it'. And Robert Downey Jr. can hold the screen as good as anybody.
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