Edgar Wright, the director of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World shares his top five movies of 2010 with GQ magazine. Wright sits among the company of today's top directors so his picks are particularly pertinent to the everyday movie lover.
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"It contains the key ingredient of so many children's classics: being utterly terrifying. The furnace sequence joins the Bambi's mother dying, the Sorcerer's Apprentice, and Pink Elephants on Parade in the pantheon of dark Disney greatness."
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A total out-of-body experience: Our druggie hero dies early on, then spends the movie floating through a neon Tokyo heaven, techno hell, and every orifice imaginable."
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