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The 25 greatest movies of the 00s

As much as we hate saying noughties, it was time for us to get up-to-date, well almost, with our decade-based looks at great movies. First we got all misty-eyed over the gritty brilliance of the 70s, then we got all caught up on childhood nostlagia with the 80s and then in the 90s, well, Tarantino happened.

Now, we're looking at the 00s and, despite people constantly saying they don't make them like they used to, it was a damn fine decade.

Let us know if we missed off your favourite at the bottom. We know you will.

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