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Movie from 2024 has already been named in the top 10 films of all time on Letterboxd

Movie from 2024 has already been named in the top 10 films of all time on Letterboxd

It's barely been out for a month and it's already muscled itself onto the list of legendary movies

When you think about the greatest films of all time, it's fair to say that a few cinema classics spring to mind.

The Godfather, Breakfast at Tiffanys, or The Shining are always popular choices, given the fact that multiple generations have been able to enjoy them - and they've aged really bloody well.

These movies have paid their dues and earned their spot on the list of the 'greatest films of all time', having stood the test of time while still attracting viewers even though we've got thousands of new films on Netflix at our fingertips.

Somehow though, a newly released flick has managed to infiltrate this coveted ranking and has muscled its way into a top ten spot on Letterboxd - which says a lot about how good it apparently is.

A newly released film has somehow made it onto the top ten list.
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The online movie catalogue has more than 876,000 in it's system too, so you can understand how making it onto this list is quite the achievement.

The highest-rated films on Letterboxd - which each boast a score of just below five stars - include the likes of The Human Condition III: A Soldier's Prayer, Parasite, High and Low, The Godfather: Part II and Seven Samurai.

The top three consisted of 12 Angry Men, Come and See and Harakiri, so make sure to add them to your mental list of 'must watch' movies too.

Most of these films are least decades old and have earned their respect in cinemas, but Dune: Part Two is apparently regarded as just as good as these iconic movies by users on Letterboxd.

It's earned an applaudable rating of 4.6/5 on the website, despite the fact it was only released on 1 March.

Those sci-fi fans move fast, don't they?

The first instalment of the Dune series achieved incredible success at the box office as well as awards shows, scooping six Academy Awards, including Best Cinematography, Best Original Score and Best Visual Effects.

Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Stellan Skarsgård, Dave Bautista, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Jason Momoa, Javier Bardem and Zendaya made up the cast of the first flick that was released back in 2021, which is based off Frank Herbet’s 1965 book of the same name.

Austin Butler and Florence Pugh have now since joined in the fun the second time round.

Timothée Chamalet stars in Dune: Part Two.
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As Dune only covered events from the first half of the book, the sequel depicts what happens later in the epic novel.

Dune: Part Two has received universal critical acclaim since it's release at the start of the months - and you can thank the barmy popcorn buckets for drumming up some more interest too.

If you weren't already aware, both of the films are set on the fiction plant of Arrakis, a desert-like world that is mined for a highly valuable natural resource called 'spice'.

They follow Paul Atreides (Chamalet) as his noble House Atreides is plunged into a war for the planet in a galactic battle centred around control of the resource, while seeking revenge on the people who destroyed his family.

To be fair, it's pretty thrilling stuff and has already been dubbed a 'modern-day classic for sci-fi fans worldwide'.

So, I guess that number nine spot on the top ten list is well deserved after all.

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Topics: Film, TV and Film, Celebrity, Zendaya, Austin Butler, Florence Pugh