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    Surprised this thread hasn’t been created yet, but let’s discuss. Rank all the Best Picture winners of the 2010s from best to worst. My list:

    1. 12 Years A Slave
    2. Moonlight
    3. The Shape Of Water
    4. Parasite
    5. Spotlight
    6. Birdman
    7. Argo
    8. The Artist
    9. The King’s Speech
    10. Green Book

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    1. 12 Years a Slave
    2. The Shape of Water
    3. Birdman
    4. Parasite
    5. Moonlight
    6. Argo
    7. The Artist
    8. Spotlight
    9. The King’s Speech
    10. Green Book

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    1. Parasite
    2. The Shape of Water
    3. Birdman
    4. Moonlight
    5. The King’s Speech
    6. Spotlight
    7. 12 Years a Slave
    8. Green Book
    9. The Artist
    10. Argo
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    1. Parasite
    2. Moonlight
    3. The Shape of Water
    4. 12 Years a Slave
    5. Argo
    6. Spotlight
    7. The King’s Speech
    8. Birdman
    9. The Artist 
    10. Green Book

    This is a dreadful list of winners IMO. Apart from the first two, I wouldn’t have awarded Best Picture to any of the others. Not that I think this movies are bad (well Green Book is terrible), some are really good, it’s just that I think we had moore inspiring choices those years.

    FYC Emmys: Helena Bonham Carter (Drama Supporting Actress), Olivia Colman (Drama Actress), Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh (Drama Actress), Fiona Shaw (Drama Supporting Actress), Zendaya (Drama Actress), Alexis Bledel (Drama Guest Actress)

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    How is Shape of Water so high in these lists???

    Especially since it aged pretty badly after 3 years in comparison with the incredible films of the same year (Dunkirk, Get Out, Call Me By Your Name, Phantom Thread, Lady Bird, Three Billboards, I, Tonya, etc..).

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    Same thing for Birdman.

    There were films like Boyhood, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Whiplash, Interstellar, Nightcrawler, Inherent Vice, Gone Girl, etc..

    They all aged better.

    I’ll do a poll later about this.

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    1. Parasite
    2. Spotlight
    3. The Artist
    4. 12 Years a Slave
    5. Birdman
    6. The Artist
    7. Moonlight
    8. The King’s Speech
    9. The Shape of Water
    10. Green Book

    FYC Emmys : THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL, SUCCESSION AND THE CROWN IN ALL CATEGORIES. Tony Shalhoub ("Maisel"), Cate Blanchett ("Mrs. America"), Matthew Macfadyen, Jeremy Strong, Sarah Snook ("Succession"), Tracey Ullman ("Mrs. America") and Louis Gossett Jr. ("Watchmen")

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    1. Parasite
    2. Moonlight
    3. Birdman
    4. 12 Years a Slave
    5. The Shape of Water
    6. Spotlight
    7. Argo
    8. The King’s Speech
    9. The Artist
    10. Green Book

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    01. Parasite
    02. The Shape Of Water
    03. Birdman
    04. 12 Years a Slave
    05. Spotlight
    06. Argo
    07. The King’s Speech
    08. Moonlight
    09. The Artist
    10. Green Book

    2 & 3 can easily switch. 4 through 7 can all move around as well. I liked “Moonlight” but overall the pacing drags the ranking down. “The Arist” looks fabulous, but the project is gimmicky and got old quick. “Green Book” has some merits including it’s 2 leading men, but I hate the screenplay and the direction gives no inspiration whatsoever.

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    Well, I’m sure you realize this already but different films elicit different responses from different people.

    Going over the films you listed:

    I Loved “The Shape of Water”, “Birdman”, “Dunkirk”, “Get Out”, “I, Tonya”, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” & “Nightcrawler”.

    I liked “Call Me By Your Name”, “Lady Bird”, “Interstellar”, “Inherent Vice”, “Whiplash” & “Gone Girl”.

    “Phantom Thread” had merits but made me sleepy all the same.

    “Boyhood” was gimmicky & slow despite nice work from some of the actors.

    I did not care for “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” much at all, which made me sad because I generally adore McDormand, Harrelson & Rockwell.

    How is Shape of Water so high in these lists???

    Especially since it aged pretty badly after 3 years in comparison with the incredible films of the same year (Dunkirk, Get Out, Call Me By Your Name, Phantom Thread, Lady Bird, Three Billboards, I, Tonya, etc..).

    Same thing for Birdman.

    There were films like Boyhood, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Whiplash, Interstellar, Nightcrawler, Inherent Vice, Gone Girl, etc..

    They all aged better.

    I’ll do a poll later about this.

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    1. Green Book

    2. The King’s Speech

    3. Argo

    4. 12 Years a Slave

    5. Spotlight

    6. Birdman

    7. Moonlight

    8. Parasite

    9. The Shape of Water

    10. The Artist

     

    "It is impossible to defeat an ignorant man in an argument." - William Gibbs McAdoo

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    Only three of the winners here were truly worthy in my eyes.

    1. PARASITE
    2. MOONLIGHT
    3. 12 YEARS A SLAVE (though I sort of preferred HER)
    4. THE SHAPE OF WATER (Three Billboards)
    5. BIRDMAN (The Grand Budapest Hotel)
    6. ARGO (Zero Dark Thirty)
    7. SPOTLIGHT (The Big Short or Mad Max)
    8. THE KING’S SPEECH (The Social Network)
    9. THE ARTIST (The Tree of Life)
    10. GREEN BOOK (The Favourite)

    “The art of making art is putting it together...”

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    1. Parasite
    2. Spotlight
    3. The Shape Of Water
    4. Moonlight
    5. 12 Years a Slave
    6. Birdman
    7. The King’s Speech
    8. Argo
    9. Green Book
    10. The Artist

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    I think the general consensus, not necessarily in this website, is that the indisputable top 3 picks are :

    1. Parasite

    2. Moonlight

    3. 12 Years A Slave

    The rest elicits very mixed responses.

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    Parasite
    12 Years a Slave
    Moonlight
    The Shape of Water
    Spotlight
    The Artist
    Green Book
    The King’s Speech
    Birdman
    Argo

    stink, stank, stunk honey

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