Quentin Tarantino Names The Social Network the Best Film of the Decade

Quentin Tarantino Names The Social Network the Best Film of the Decade
For Quentin Tarantino, the competition for the best film of the previous decade ended quite early. Released 10 years ago this fall, David Fincher’s The Social Network was an immediate critical success and while it lost out on Best Picture, the only collective cultural memory of the film that did take that prize is that it clearly didn’t deserve it. Now, with the decade wrapped up, the Inglourious Basterds director has briefly weighed in on why he considers the tale of Facebook’s inception to be the greatest achievement in cinema of the last ten years.

“It’s The Social Network, hands down…It is number 1 because it’s the best, that’s all! It crushes all the competition,” he told Premiere magazine, via The Playlist. As for his second place pick, that goes to Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, which he had this to say:

“I had an interesting
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