Favorite Film From BBC Culture's 100 Greatest Films Of The 21st Century?

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There Will Be Blood
(Paul Thomas Anderson - 2007)
Spirited Away
(Hayao Miyazaki - 2001)
Boyhood
(Richard Linklater - 2014)
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
(Michel Gondry - 2004)
Yi Yi: A One and a Two
(Edward Yang - 2000)
The Tree of Life
(Terrence Malick - 2011)
A Separation
(Asghar Farhadi - 2011)
Zodiac
(David Fincher - 2007)
Inside Llewyn Davis
(Joel and Ethan Coen - 2013)
No Country for Old Men
(Joel and Ethan Coen - 2007)
Children of Men
(Alfonso Cuaron - 2006)
4 Months - 3 Weeks and 2 Days
(Cristian Mungiu - 2007)
The Act of Killing
(Joshua Oppenheimer - 2012)
Holy Motors
(Leos Carax - 2012)
Pan's Labyrinth
(Guillermo Del Toro - 2006)
The White Ribbon
(Michael Haneke - 2009)
Synecdoche - New York
(Charlie Kaufman - 2008)
Mad Max: Fury Road
(George Miller - 2015)
The Grand Budapest Hotel
(Wes Anderson - 2014)
Cache
(Michael Haneke - 2005)
Lost in Translation
(Sofia Coppola - 2003)
The Master
(Paul Thomas Anderson - 2012)
Memento
(Christopher Nolan - 2000)
25th Hour
(Spike Lee - 2002)
Talk to Her
(Pedro Almodovar - 2002)
The Social Network
(David Fincher - 2010)
WALL-E
(Andrew Stanton - 2008)
Oldboy
(Park Chan-wook - 2003)
The Lives of Others
(Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck - 2006)
Margaret
(Kenneth Lonergan - 2011)
The Dark Knight
(Christopher Nolan - 2008)
Son of Saul
(Laszlo Nemes - 2015)
Crouching Tiger - Hidden Dragon
(Ang Lee - 2000)
Timbuktu
(Abderrahmane Sissako - 2014)
City of God
(Fernando Meirelles and Katia Lund - 2002)
Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives
(Apichatpong Weerasethakul - 2010)
The New World
(Terrence Malick - 2005)
Amour
(Michael Haneke - 2012)
Inside Out
(Pete Docter - 2015)
Brokeback Mountain
(Ang Lee - 2005)
12 Years a Slave
(Steve McQueen - 2013)
Melancholia
(Lars von Trier - 2011)
Blue Is the Warmest Color
(Abdellatif Kechiche - 2013)
Leviathan
(Andrey Zvyagintsev - 2014)
Certified Copy
(Abbas Kiarostami - 2010)
Goodbye to Language
(Jean-Luc Godard - 2014)
Brooklyn
(John Crowley - 2015)
Inception
(Christopher Nolan - 2010)
The Assassin
(Hou Hsiao-hsien - 2015)
Tropical Malady
(Apichatpong Weerasethakul - 2004)
Moulin Rouge!
(Baz Luhrmann - 2001)
Once Upon a Time in Anatolia
(Nuri Bilge Ceylan - 2011)
Ida
(PaweB Pawlikowski - 2013)
Zero Dark Thirty
(Kathryn Bigelow - 2012)
Werckmeister Harmonies
(Bela Tarr - director; Agnes Hranitzky - co-director - 2000)
Moolaade
(Ousmane Sembene - 2004)
A History of Violence
(David Cronenberg - 2005)
Syndromes and a Century
(Apichatpong Weerasethakul - 2006)
Under the Skin
(Jonathan Glazer - 2013)
Inglourious Basterds
(Quentin Tarantino - 2009)
The Turin Horse
(Bela Tarr and Agnes Hranitzky - 2011)
Fish Tank
(Andrea Arnold - 2009)
The Great Beauty
(Paolo Sorrentino - 2013)
Spring - Summer - Fall - Winter& and Spring
(Kim Ki-duk - 2003)
Carol
(Todd Haynes - 2015)
The Royal Tenenbaums
(Wes Anderson - 2001)
The Hurt Locker
(Kathryn Bigelow - 2008)
Stories We Tell
(Sarah Polley - 2012)
Tabu
(Miguel Gomes - 2012)
Only Lovers Left Alive
(Jim Jarmusch - 2013)
Before Sunset
(Richard Linklater - 2004)
Spring Breakers
(Harmony Korine - 2012)
Dogville
(Lars von Trier - 2003)
Inherent Vice
(Paul Thomas Anderson - 2014)
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
(Julian Schnabel - 2007)
Almost Famous
(Cameron Crowe - 2000)
The Wolf of Wall Street
(Martin Scorsese - 2013)
A Serious Man
(Joel and Ethan Coen - 2009)
Shame
(Steve McQueen - 2011)
The Return
(Andrey Zvyagintsev - 2003)
A.I. Artificial Intelligence
(Steven Spielberg - 2001)
A Prophet
(Jacques Audiard - 2009)
Her
(Spike Jonze - 2013)
Far From Heaven
(Todd Haynes - 2002)
Amelie
(Jean-Pierre Jeunet - 2001)
Spotlight
(Tom McCarthy - 2015)
The Headless Woman
(Lucrecia Martel - 2008)
The Pianist
(Roman Polanski - 2002)
The Secret in Their Eyes
(Juan Jose Campanella - 2009)
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
(Andrew Dominik - 2007)
Ratatouille
(Brad Bird - 2007)
Let the Right One In
(Tomas Alfredson - 2008)
Moonrise Kingdom
(Wes Anderson - 2012)
Finding Nemo
(Andrew Stanton - 2003)
White Material
(Claire Denis - 2009)
Ten
(Abbas Kiarostami - 2002)
The Gleaners and I
(Agnes Varda - 2000)
Carlos
(Olivier Assayas - 2010)
Requiem for a Dream
(Darren Aronofsky - 2000)
˙ūToni Erdmann
(Maren Ade - 2016)
In the Mood for Love
(Wong Kar-wai - 2000)
Mulholland Drive
(David Lynch - 2001)