1. 'American Hustle', David O. Russell (2013)

     

  2. 'Argo', Ben Affleck (2012)

    Argo fuck yourself.

     

  3. 'Joe', David Gordon Green (2013)

     

  4. 'Paris, Je T'aime', Gus Van Sant, Tom Tykwer, Daniela Thomas, Nobuhiro Suwa, Oliver Schmitz, Walter Salles, Alexander Payne, Vincenzo Natali, Richard LaGravenese, Christopher Doyle, Gérard Depardieu, Alfonso Cuarón, Wes Craven, Isabel Coixet, Joel & Ethan Coen, Sylvain Chomet, Gurinder Chadha, Frédéric Auburtin and Olivier Assayas (2006)

     

  5. 'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty', Ben Stiller (2013)

     

  6. 'The Wolf of Wall Street', Martin Scorcese (2013)

     

  7. Max Manus (Man of War), Espen Sandberg & Joachim Rønning (2008)

    Who the hell stops drinking in the middle of a bloody war?

     

  8. 'Mitt Liv Som Hund' (My Life As a Dog), Lasse Hallström (1985)

    I should have told her everything. Mom loved stories like that. It’s not so bad if you think about it. It could have been worse. Just think how that poor guy ended up who got a new kidney in Boston. He got his name in all the papers, but he died just the same. And what about Laika, the space dog? They put her in the Sputnik and sent her into space. They attached wires to her heart and brain to see how she felt. I don’t think she felt to good. She spun around up there for five months until her doggy bag was empty. She starved to death. It’s important to have something like that to compare things to.

     

  9. ‘La Grande Bellezza’ (The Great Beauty), Paolo Sorrentino (2013)

    This is how it always ends. With death. But first there was life, hidden beneath the blah, blah, blah… It’s all settled beneath the chitter chatter and the noise, silence and sentiment, emotion and fear. The haggard, inconstant flashes of beauty. And then the wretched squalor and miserable humanity. All buried under the cover of the embarrassment of being in the world, blah, blah, blah… Beyond there is what lies beyond. And I don’t deal with what lies beyond. Therefore… let this novel begin. After all… it’s just a trick. Yes, it’s just a trick.

     

  10. 'Gravity', Alfonso Cuarón (2013)