- Screen Rant’s list of five-star movies covers a diverse range of genres, featuring some of the best films of the past decade.
- The documentaries included in the list address important and serious issues, providing a real-life touch to the film industry.
- Each film on the list has its own strengths and stands out in its own way, showcasing impressive storytelling, performances, and unique points of view.
When it comes to movies, quality varies, but screen bounce It has more than its fair share of five-star films. From mystery thrillers and dramas to action comedies and animated features, the list includes a diversity of films that covers almost every genre. Receiving a five-star rating is rare, and although opinions may differ on which film is better than another on this list, this ranking is a gateway to some of the best films of the past decade.
With so many films being reviewed, the task of making the top five seemed impossible. All 31 films on the list are worth watching in some form or another, but despite each film’s excellent score, they’re not all on the same level. Some age better than others, but is there action the raid redemption or in drama and comedy Souvenir: Part II And AboveRespectively, each film on this list has its own merits. The fact that they have achieved five-star status is impressive in itself.
31 Fall (2009)
Director Chris Smith
Chris Smith’s collapse It differs from other documentaries because its focus – on reporter Michael Huppert – is on a prophecy that actually occurred, and how Huppert predicted many other economic disasters in addition to the 2008 Wall Street crash. It is a very cataclysmic documentary that manages to be an “intense, thought-provoking documentary”, while instilling fear in its audience.
30 Super Size Me (2004)
Director Morgan Spurlock
Super Size Me It created a stir across the country when it was released in 2004. Director Morgan Spurlock decided to demonstrate America’s dependence on McDonald’s by eating only from the fast food chain’s menu for a month, which resulted in health problems. The film has been criticized for not taking into account poverty and its impact on the American population’s inclination toward fast food, but Spurlock’s film has been recognized for the way its director dealt with the issue and the conversations that followed its release. Is still remembered for.
29 United 93 (2006)
Director Paul Greengrass
When it comes to real-life tragedies, Hollywood is quick to turn them into movies. it was no different from this united 93, a docudrama following the titular flight that narrowly escaped collision with its target after its passengers thwarted the hijackers’ attempts. Written and directed by Paul Greengrass, the film has a sense of urgency and makes one feel a little stressed while watching real-life events unfold.
28 Fed Up (2014)
Director Stephanie Sochtig
Documentaries are important – they provide a touch of real life to the film industry, as they generally focus on urgent and current affairs. Director Stephanie Sochtig documents how America’s food industry impacts the population – especially children – and disease due to excess substances. Thinking takes a look at industry policy and its impact on people’s eating habits. Katie Couric interviews the film’s subjects, which adds a personal flair to the film.
27 Enemies of Happiness (2006)
Director Eva Mullvad
enemy of happiness There is a documentary that “humanizes the people of Afghanistan”, which is much needed given the way it has been presented in the Western media since 2001. From director Eva Mulvad, the documentary focuses on human rights and the struggles of Malalai Zoya. Election campaigning is a pleasant experience.
26 The Stoning of Soraya M. (2008)
Director Cyrus Nowrasteh
Directed by Cyrus Nowrasteh, The Stoning of Soraya M. It’s based on a true story, which makes it one of the hardest to watch. It’s a harrowing drama that, considering the inevitability of the film’s title, comes across as sad and heartbreaking. screen rant Vic Holtreman wrote that watching the events of the film is difficult, but necessary.
25 Flipped (2010)
Director Rob Reiner
Adapted from the novel by Wendlyn Van Drennen by Rob Reiner flip It’s sweet and nostalgic. It’s a heartfelt coming-of-age story that Reiner has excelled at in the past, and the film offers a refreshing angle by oscillating between the two main characters’ viewpoints at similar moments. It’s not Reiner’s best film, but it tugs at the heartstrings and is tender enough to be enjoyable.
24 Elf (2003)
director john favreau
The holiday season wouldn’t be complete without this oddity, starring Will Ferrell as the lead character elf, The Christmas comedy is fun for the whole family, and much of its sense of humor doesn’t get old even two decades later. Ferrell is at home playing a man growing up in the North Pole searching for his biological father, and much of the humor stems from his fish-out-of-water reactions. This is a holiday classic.
23 Justice League: Gods & Monsters (2015)
Director Sam Liu
The DCU may be in flux, but there are always hidden gems to be found in DC animation. Justice League: Gods and Monsters It’s one of the studio’s best animated slates. It gets to the heart of the noir story it’s telling, the voice cast is excellent, and the film provides a nice alternate version of the DC Universe that enhances the story and keeps fans wanting to learn more about it. Inspires for.
22 Shanti (2005)
Director Joss Whedon
based on short time series firefly, Calmness The adventures of the crew of the titular ship continue. termination of firefly’s The story is funny, heartbreaking and action-packed all at once. Starring Nathan Fillion, Gina Torres, and Alan Tudyk, among others. Calmness It features witty dialogue, great chemistry between the characters, and an engaging story that will keep fans of the original series engaged to the end.
twenty-one Lal (2010)
Director Robert Schwentke
Robert Schwentke, starring Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren and Bruce Willis grid An intense action comedy targeting former top CIA agents. The film’s cast is obviously extraordinary, but what makes grid Its ability to be silly and serious at the same time is extraordinary. This is a very fun film with some great action set pieces. Schwentke, along with writers John Hoeber and Erich Hoeber, don’t hold back.
Twenty Gran Torino (2008)
Director Clint Eastwood
I am not everything grand turin eras as well as some of the other films on this list, but Clint Eastwood’s drama definitely has its moments. The timeless film made an impact on its audiences and critics upon its release, with the combination of humor and some powerful characters elevating its story.
19 Kung Fu Hustle (2004)
Director Stephen Chow
Directed by Stephen Chow, Kung Fu Hustle It’s an imaginative action comedy with lots of excellent martial arts fight scenes. The movie is really fun, and it doesn’t take itself too seriously as it turns into dance sequences amidst gruesome deaths. It is best to watch the film with as little information as possible (if one has not seen it already). Kung Fu Hustle You have a lot of charm and enthusiasm for it.
18 Collateral (2004)
Director Michael Mann
Michael Mann’s slow-paced mystery crime thriller works on many levels. collateral This gives the audience a chance to learn more about the characters as it increases the intensity and action sequences. This gives the film many layers, and enhances the story, which could have easily been seen based on statistics. Tom Cruise plays a practical villain to Jamie Foxx’s ill-fated cab driver, and the actors’ performances are amazing collateral Even more impressive.
17 Up (2009)
Directors Pete Docter and Bob Peterson
There’s no doubt that Pixar’s Above Makes the heart flutter. From a heart-wrenching opening montage of animation, enhanced by Michael Giacchino’s gorgeous score, it tenderly tells the story of Carl and Russell’s blossoming friendship, Above One of Pixar’s most memorable films, This film – about never being too old to fulfill a dream or go on a new adventure – is warm, light-hearted and funny while packing an emotional punch.
16 The Raid: Redemption (2011)
Directed by Gareth Evans
the raid redemption It was considered one of the best action films of the decade upon its release in 2011; screen bounce Called it the best action film of all time die Hard, Written and directed by Gareth Evans, the raid redemption Provides spectacular, thrilling action with the camera working together with the fight choreography to really enhance the visuals. The film has a lot of energy and never lets up, moving at a fast pace that builds excitement.
fifteen Hugo (2011)
director martin scorsese
Unlike most Martin Scorsese films, hugo This is a family-friendly watch. soft and lovely, hugo It’s as much about a love of movies as it is about the title character. Scorsese has expertly crafted a narrative that’s part mystery, part ode to filmmaker Georges Méliès. It is a heart-warming story that brings a lot of joy and magic to the screen.
14 Hot Fuzz (2007)
director edgar wright
Edgar Wright’s second film Three Flavor Cornetto Trilogy, hot Fuzz Probably the most popular of the three. Starring Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Martin Freeman, hot Fuzz is an action comedy that reflects its physical humor. It’s excellent in all the best ways. there are moments when hot Fuzz Completely insulting, and then in other places it’s quietly absurd. Whatever the case, the film never loses its humor or momentum, and Pegg and Frost are particularly great in it.
13 The Bourne Identity (2002)
Director Doug Liman
starring matt damon, The Bourne Identity It is a great thriller. It’s completely focused, action-packed and intense. Based on the novel by Robert Ludlum, the suspense is heightened as Damon comes to terms with his identity as Jason Bourne and director Doug Liman maintains a tight pace with an excellent buildup and finale. It’s not always easy to carry a mystery thriller on your own, but Damon does a great job of doing so. Bourne Identities The action is light, exciting and death-defying which adds excitement to the film.
12 The Bourne Ultimatum (2007)
Director Paul Greengrass
With a 92 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, The Bourne Ultimatum is a compelling espionage thriller that really elevates the exploits of Matt Damon’s Jason Bourne. The quality of the third film in any franchise usually diminishes, but The Bourne Ultimatum Brings the adrenaline-inducing pace to its peak with spectacular action sequences and a clever plot that enhances everything about the film.