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Where's Blade Runner?
There was a day when James Whale's "The Bride of Frankenstein" made all the lists of top ten movies of all time, at least American movies. Seems like it's been forgotten. The ending is jaw-dropping to this day, and is full of priceless scenes. "You belong dead."
Thanks for posting all the lists. This reminds me again that I have many good movies too watch.
Rob, wouldn't mind seeing your Top 10 list of the best of today's film and music.
Nice idea for breaking it up, not a very impressive list. And it's missing a couple decades.
You're a bit of a curmudgeon, aren't you?
Added something cool to the first post, so people can see it as a reference:Filmsite Top 300 by DecadeThis is very interesting - it breaks the top 300 films (according to them) into decades instead of the usual "Best to Worst" rankings of other lists. I found this very useful:http://www.filmsite.org/300films.html
I'll be a curmudgeon too. That list seems to have an aversion to anything that requires subtitles.And no Kwaidan for the 60s? Wha?
Haha, true dat! On the other hand, people might say the BFI list has an aversion to films that DON'T require subtitles, That's why I edited my first post and put all 3 lists in the first post. I think each list on it's own is unbalanced, but the 3 together are very good.
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