Not too long ago, film critics at The New York Times declared their favorite films of the century. Their list was 25 films deep and began with Paul Thomas Anderson's There Will Be Blood. Agreed. But after that, our opinions diverge.
Here's our Top 10 list. We're still sussing out the number 11 through 25 spots.
1. There Will Be Blood (2007)
2. Oldboy (2003)
A horizontal fight scene with one camera!
3. Training Day (2001)
Denzel at his Denzel best: "I'm the man up in this beast."
4. O.J.: Made in America (2016)
A meditation on race in America as seen through the lens of O.J. Simpson's life and the infamous Los Angeles murder case.
5. Under The Skin (2013)
We're not sure what happened here, but it was pretty amazing.
6. The Host (2006)
The Ringer says Bong Joon-ho is the next Steven Spielberg. But the dude has more talent than Spielberg because unlike that 1970s shark, his monster can swim, march on land and eat children.
7. Force Majeure (2014)
A marriage collapses during an avalanche of a ski vacation. And masculinity in the age of family-friendly fathers is questioned in this Swedish film by Ruben Ostlund.
8. Donnie Darko (2001)
It's been a while since we've witnessed Donnie Darko, but it's got a super cool title so hoping it holds on the Number 8 spot during an upcoming viewing.
9. The Act of Killing (2012)
Instead of interviewing the survivors of an Indonesian genocide, this Joshua Oppenheimer documentary gets to know the killers. And that is really scary.
10. Let The Right One In (2008)
Before watching this, we didn't think we ever needed to see another vampire movie. We were deliciously wrong.