I know my tastes aren't better than anyone's and there's nothing to measure, I was just complaining this list resembles a lot any other top list one can find on IMDb or Letterboxd or Senscritique or whatever. Some of us have strong and hot takes but it never shows.Teproc wrote: ↑November 3rd, 2020, 11:08 amWhat's deserve got to do with it? By what measure (other than your own taste) is the list average, or are the 60s the apparently-universally agreed-upon (I guess I missed that memo) "strongest decade for films"?pitchorneirda wrote: ↑November 3rd, 2020, 10:46 am Let's say I'm a bit despaired by the results
I mean everybody agrees the 60's in the strongest decade for films but when I watch the results I only can see a very average list
My ratings for the top 10 : 6, 6+, 6, 8, 7, not seen, 4, 8, 5, 5
@blocho: I dislike The Graduate from the bottom of my heart
And what about all these Polanski's ? I like Rosemary's Baby but so high? And do the others from the 60's really deserve to be in this ranking?
As for the 60's being the best decade, that is something I've read a lot, and no later than this morning on this forum somebody said 1966 was arguably the best year ever. This is something you might read for each year, but more often in the 60's or maybe 70's than other decades