Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
This is fun stuff, full of action, great characters and dialog and interesting moral quandaries. And yet it unfairly flopped.
Current Score:
638
Total Votes:
2514
2
This low-budget zombie flick introduced the feral "fast zombie" and spurred the decade's fascination with the undead.
Current Score:
468
Total Votes:
2188
3
This smart and darkly funny flick came out of nowhere to become the antidote to 2009's toxically stupid summer blockbusters.
Current Score:
465
Total Votes:
2293
4
The definitive commentary on the superhero genre, this movie does what Watchmen wanted to do, and still manages to be funny.
Current Score:
338
Total Votes:
2238
5
James Cameron set the bar for big-budget scifi so high with this CG flick that filmmakers will spend the '10s trying to clear it.
Current Score:
302
Total Votes:
2458
6
The most underrated scifi movie of the decade, V is wholly representative of the political frustrations and paranoia of its era.
Current Score:
256
Total Votes:
2250
7
This is a genuinely impressive (as well as dark and cynical) look at technology and how blind faith in it leads to moral dead ends.
Current Score:
121
Total Votes:
2129
8
J.J. Abrams' monster movie gave New York City the Godzilla it deserved while forcing its characters to face their own demons.
Current Score:
-405
Total Votes:
2119
9
The best live-action comic adaptation of the decade, Blade introduced the mainstream to Guillermo del Toro's gothic visual chic.
Current Score:
-424
Total Votes:
2042
10
The love story takes your perceptions of reality and plausibility and upends them, leaving you breathless and buzzing.
Current Score:
-444
Total Votes:
2012