Greetings, Glancers! We continue my new series of posts which will detail my favourite films of every year since 1950. Why 1950? Why 10? Why anything? Check out my original post here. As with most of these lists the numbering doesn’t really matter much, though in most cases the Number 1 will be my clear favourite. As I know there are plenty of Stats Nerds out there, I’ll add in some bonus crap at the bottom but the main purpose of these posts is to keep things short. So!
As always, here is the group which didn’t quite cut it: Napoleon Dynamite. The Passion Of The Christ. Team America. The Terminal. Dead Man’s Shoes. Hellboy.
10: District 13 (France) Pierre Morel
9: A Very Long Engagement (France) Jean Pierre Jeunet
8: R-Point (SK) Kong Su Chang
7: Shaun Of The Dead (UK/US/France) Edgar Wright
6: Spider-Man 2 (US) Sam Raimi
5: House Of Flying Daggers (China/HK) Zhang Yimou
4: Saw (US) James Wan
3: The Grudge (US) Takashi Shimizu
2: Kill Bill Volume 2 (US) Quentin Tarantino
1: Dawn Of The Dead (US) Zach Snyder
How Many Of My Films Were In The Top 10 Grossing Of The Year: x
How Many Of My Films Were Nominated For the Best Picture Oscar: None
Interesting choices once again 🙂 Interesting to see you rank Snyder’s version of Dawn of the Dead higher than Wright’s Shaun of the Dead 🙂 Anyway, keep up the great work as always 🙂
I prefer Dawn Of The Dead because I’m not as huge a fan of Pegg’s comedy style as others are. It’s still my favourite film of his though. Dawn Of The Dead is so filled with energy and feels like the rejuvenation of a genre.