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What is your favorite movie from 2010 to 2017?

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Everyone can sharing your favorite movie form 2010 to 2017 and rated out of 10.



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I’m really into sad people who’ve impulsively damaged their relationships to the one’s they love and are now stuck, blind, inside a loop of actions and events and, although they begin to take responsibility, the change they undergo may not be for the better...

... or any change at all.

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We've gone on holiday by mistake
Mine might just be Arrival.
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My only 10/10 of the decade. Spring Breakers is a strong 9 though too.



I prefer older movie, I mean for example from 2000-2010 are better.
anyway I'd say this...

Law Abiding Citizen (2009)
Nocturnal Animals
Lone Survivor
Fury
Rush



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2010-2017 TOP 10:

1. The Turin Horse (2011)
2. The Tree of Life (2011)
3. La Sapienza (2014)
4. Out-Takes from the Life of a Happy Man (2012)
5. Happy Hour (2015)
6. Shame (2011)
7. Ernest et Célestine (2012)
8. Le fils de Joseph (2016)
9. Antiporno (2016)
10. To the Wonder (2012)
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A Ghost Story , The Neon Demon(two of my favorite movies of all time) ,The Killing of a Sacred Deer,Drive,The Witch,Nightcrawler and Raw.



The Nice Guys is what I'm thinking, which might seem a little undeserved to some, but it's what I lean toward. I really like the humor that it had with it. When I was writing my second novel, I had this approach I did where I would try and make the character elaborately fail, because I thought it was something funny to see, and I think that's what The Nice Guys does really well. In other-words, it just meshed well with what I find entertaining more than a lot of other comedies.



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The Nice Guys is what I'm thinking, which might seem a little undeserved to some, but it's what I lean toward. I really like the humor that it had with it. When I was writing my second novel, I had this approach I did where I would try and make the character elaborately fail, because I thought it was something funny to see, and I think that's what The Nice Guys does really well. In other-words, it just meshed well with what I find entertaining more than a lot of other comedies.
That was some funny **** when he dreamt Crowe had an ankle holster but he didn't.



That was some funny **** when he dreamt Crowe had an ankle holster but he didn't.
Yeah, it was! The characters ****ed up so often in that film. Like, immediately after that scene, with his daughter trying to save them with lukewarm coffee.