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Top Ten Favorite Films

  1. justind765
  2. Justin

This list is completely my opinion and is not to be offense to those movies not on it. I will update it as my onion Changes.

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Unforgiven 1992,  R)
The Hurt Locker 2009,  R)
The Hurt Locker
Does The Hurt Locker live up to its accolade or fall short of the highest honor to receive in cinema? Set in a war torn Iran where soldiers are at the risk of life and death, Jeremy Renner stars as Staff Sergeant William James replacement EOD who has a strange but intriguing addiction. You follow sergeant James through multiple combat missions coming face to face with death. As the movie progresses you find deep internal conflicts between characters and their environment that will fully engage you in the story. Along with the deep story Kathryn Bigelow directs earing herself the best director award form the academy, witch was well deserved. The Hurt Locker earns its badge of honor at a great four and a half stars out of five.
Inception 2010,  PG-13)
"Your mind is the Scene of the crime." Inception is by far one of the best films of 2010 and one of the best of the decade. In this larger than life action thriller directed by Christopher Nolan, Leonardo Dicaprio stars as Dom Cob A dream extractor, Who's job is to extractor the victim's darkest secrets through here dreams. Inception has some of the best special affects in the current generation and one multiple academy awards for them. Inception was also put up for Best picture but fell short of the "The King's Speech." Inception is one of my personal favorites and my favorite movie of 2010, a must see. I give inception a fantastic 9.5/10
Psycho 1960,  R)
Is Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho a masterpiece? In short yes, and is one movie to define a genre for decades.

Psycho is the story of a young woman running from a bad decision. The film begins with Marion Crane stealing forty thousand dollars from her employer. On the run from a team of private investigators she comes across the Bates Motel, a hotel in the middle of nowhere ran by Norman Bates. Norman lives alone with only his mother, a mentally disturbed woman. This simple story will progress into one of the most thrilling films of the twentieth century.

Alfred Hitchcock directs this terrifying tale with expertise; no detail is left to wonder with all credit due to this monumental director. The script is also top notch with every scene feeling unique and engrossing. I have to say one scene in particular is one of the most memorable piece of cinema I have ever experienced, and will forever haunt my imagination. To compliment all of this is a solid performance by all actors, the stand out being Anthony Perkins as Norman Bates.

This masterpiece of the cinema is in everyway phenomenal, it will leave you terrified to take a shower and in awe of the plots complexity. I am honored to give my first five star review to Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho
The Incredibles 2004,  PG)
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 2003,  PG-13)
The Dark Knight 2008,  PG-13)
The Social Network 2010,  PG-13)
Jurassic Park 1993,  PG-13)
Platoon 1986,  R)

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