The Film Buff's Bucket List
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The Film Buff's Bucket List

The 50 Movies of the 2000s to See Before You Die

By Chris Stuckmann

#1 Best Seller ─ Film Buff Movie Guide

Best movies, best films, best indies. Theaters around the world are dominated by comic book heroes, ice princesses, apocalyptic love-struck teens, and whatever masterpiece Pixar is rolling out. It’s clear that cinema is as healthy as ever. Oscar-worthy directors, indie geniuses and foreign artists are creating stunning, boundary-pushing work. Since the turn of the century, movie lovers have been enjoying a second golden age. But which films are the best of the best? What are the top movies since 2000 to see before you die?

Film buff. Chris Stuckmann, one of YouTube’s most popular film reviewers (70+ million views), gives us his best of the best! In his book, Stuckmann delivers his list of the very best 50 Movies since 2000 – with that style and punch that YouTube viewers have come to love. These are the films you must see before you die.

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