Next Nature Movie Top 10

Van Mensvoort
December 31st 2010

1. Quest for Fire / La Guerre du Feu (1981)
2. Being There (1979)
3. Koyaansiqatsi (1983)
4. Blade Runner (1984)
5. American Beauty (1999)
6.The Matrix (1999)
7. Grizzly Man (2005)
8. Avatar (2009)
9. The Terminal (2004)
10. Idiocracy (2006)

Thus our carefully crafted, yet always debatable and probably incomplete list of the ten next nature movies for you to watch. If you think we've missed something, feel free to enlighten us.

Movies that for some reason did not make the top 10: Metropolis (1927), Frankenstein (1931), King Kong (1933), Modern Times (1936), Alphaville (1965), Playtime (1967), 2001: a Space Odyssey (1968), The Planet of the Apes (1968), The Stepford Wives (1975), The Gods must be Crazy (1980), Tron (1982), 1984 (1984), Brazil (1985), Tetsuo the Iron Man (1989), Terminator 2 (1991), Baraka (1992), Jurrasic Park (1993), Ghost in the Shell (1995), Gattaca (1997), Truman Show (1998), Fight Club (1999), eXistenZ (1999), Magnolia (1999), Truman Show (1999), X-Men (2000), Surplus – Terrorized into Being Consumers (2003),  Manufactured Landscapes (2006),  Technocalyps (2006), Children of Men (2006), Surrogates (2009).

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1 comment

Caspar Henderson
Posted 25/01/2011 – 17:35

I'd add La Jetee by Chris Marker

What is your view on the coronavirus?

Siri Beerends: I really embrace the idea that viruses can teach us a lesson in modesty. It is necessary that our position as the dominant species on the planet is being challenged. I also agree that it is a mistake to think that we are becoming Gods. But unfortunately, this is actually what is happening now. Corona doesn’t teach us to be modest, it teaches us how we can -as quickly as possible- go back to business as usual: saving our capitalistic economy.

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