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500<400, Favourite 1001 movies, Doubling the Canon, Film World Cup and many other votes
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#281

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#23 (-3 #20) Yôjinbô [Yojimbo] (Akira Kurosawa, 1961) :imdb:
1830.6 points, 13191 checks, official lists: 18
36 voters
1SO (#75)
AB537 (unranked>120)
blocho (unranked)
Carmel1379 (#149)
Ebbywebby (#7)
Fergenaprido (#28)
filmbantha (#79)
Gordon_Gekko (#197)
Gorro (#63)
gromit82 (#26)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
Ivan0716 (#130)
jeff_v (#16)
joachimt (#13)
jvv (unranked)
kingink (#47)
Leopardi (#16)
lineuphere (#86)
Lonewolf2003 (#8)
maxwelldeux (#7)
Mifune (#62)
Mysterious Dude (#152)
Opio (#22)
PeacefulAnarchy (#40)
Perception de Ambiguity (#424)
psychotronicbeatnik (#19)
Rufus-T (#37)
sebby (#102)
Smoover (#24)
sol (#81)
St. Gloede (#66)
TalkingElvish (#39)
Torgo (#13)
toro913 (#27)
zomgmouse (unranked>23)
zzzorf (#129)
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#22 (-9 #13) The Graduate (Mike Nichols, 1967) :imdb:
1840.16 points, 43167 checks, official lists: 27
32 voters
1SO (#1)
AB537 (#33)
Caracortada (#17)
connordenney (#9)
Ebbywebby (#35)
filmbantha (#55)
Gordon_Gekko (#66)
Gorro (#9)
gromit82 (#20)
GruesomeTwosome (#10)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
jeff_v (#139)
joachimt (#89)
jvv (unranked)
kingink (#266)
klaus78 (#57)
Leopardi (#1)
lineuphere (#134)
Lonewolf2003 (#111)
Mifune (#18)
mightysparks (#77)
Mysterious Dude (#4)
Opio (#61)
Panunzio (#28)
PeacefulAnarchy (#87)
Rufus-T (#79)
sebby (#47)
TalkingElvish (#13)
toro913 (#9)
Wonderful Rainbow (#12)
zomgmouse (unranked>23)
zzzorf (#78)
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#21 (7 #28) L'avventura (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1960) :imdb:
1849.08 points, 5907 checks, official lists: 23
33 voters
1SO (#88)
AB537 (#12)
beavis (#75)
Caracortada (#30)
Carmel1379 (#81)
connordenney (#3)
Ebbywebby (#16)
Gordon_Gekko (#12)
Gorro (#265)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
Ivan0716 (#18)
jeff_v (#69)
joachimt (unranked>131)
jvv (unranked)
kingink (#41)
klaus78 (#4)
Leopardi (#111)
lineuphere (#1)
Lonewolf2003 (#34)
maxwelldeux (#10)
Melvelet (#16)
Opio (#2)
Panunzio (#89)
peeptoad (unranked>57)
Perception de Ambiguity (#215)
perceval (#106)
prodigalgodson (#2)
psychotronicbeatnik (unranked>22)
sebby (#28)
Smoover (#37)
St. Gloede (#32)
TalkingElvish (#55)
toro913 (#97)
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I have a hot take for you all: The Graduate is an average movie.

OK ... OK ... not trying to start any fights here. How about a question instead so that I can gain understanding from others: Why do you love The Graduate?
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beasterne wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 4:15 pm
psychotronicbeatnik wrote: November 1st, 2020, 10:56 pm
Lonewolf2003 wrote: November 1st, 2020, 5:32 am Image

#192 (452 #644) Voyna i mir [War and Peace] (Sergey Bondarchuk, 1966) :imdb:
438.31 points, 989 checks, official lists: 8
9 voters
AB537 (#18)
beasterne (#27)
Caracortada (#98)
Gorro (#83)
jeff_v (#147)
kingink (#228)
lineuphere (#21)
Rufus-T (#2)
Smoover (#68)
I should have placed just one vote for this as a single film instead of the four individual ones which i ranked #1-4 on my list. A low finish for this epic of epics but at least it is here.
It really is an epic film. I caught it in a screening last year with all four parts shown, and I had to give it up for the sheer scope of the project. Glad to put it on my list :cheers:
This was easily one of the best things I've watched during COVID (and I've watched a lot of stuff over the last 7-8 months). Afterwards, I picked it up in a recent Criterion Collection sale. Great to see it make the list despite under 1K checks.
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#20 (-9 #11) Le samouraï (Jean-Pierre Melville, 1967) :imdb:
1979.59 points, 7797 checks, official lists: 19
34 voters
1SO (#70)
AB537 (#53)
blocho (unranked)
Carmel1379 (#55)
Dolwphin (unranked>10)
Ebbywebby (#15)
Fergenaprido (#76)
filmbantha (#81)
Gordon_Gekko (#38)
Gorro (#77)
GruesomeTwosome (#16)
Ivan0716 (#2)
jeff_v (#39)
joachimt (#47)
kingink (#29)
klaus78 (#97)
lineuphere (#40)
Lonewolf2003 (#48)
maxwelldeux (#34)
Melvelet (#47)
Mifune (#35)
mightysparks (#2)
Mysterious Dude (#56)
Opio (#24)
Panunzio (#77)
PeacefulAnarchy (#88)
perceval (#37)
sebby (#107)
St. Gloede (#17)
TalkingElvish (#27)
Torgo (#39)
toro913 (#7)
Wonderful Rainbow (#48)
zomgmouse (#7)
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#19 (-1 #18) La battaglia di Algeri [The Battle of Algiers] (Gillo Pontecorvo, 1966) :imdb:
2014.99 points, 8324 checks, official lists: 27
36 voters
1SO (#29)
AB537 (#5)
beasterne (#5)
blocho (unranked)
Carmel1379 (#32)
connordenney (#75)
Dolwphin (unranked>10)
Ebbywebby (#39)
Fergenaprido (#15)
Gordon_Gekko (#90)
Gorro (#40)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
Ivan0716 (#63)
jeff_v (#12)
joachimt (#22)
jvv (unranked)
kingink (#21)
klaus78 (#76)
Leopardi (#177)
lineuphere (#3)
Lonewolf2003 (#57)
maxwelldeux (unranked>43)
Mifune (#25)
Mysterious Dude (#1)
Panunzio (#1)
PeacefulAnarchy (#97)
Perception de Ambiguity (#537)
prodigalgodson (#57)
psychotronicbeatnik (unranked>22)
Rufus-T (#29)
sebby (#187)
sol (#103)
St. Gloede (#159)
tommy_leazaq (#15)
toro913 (#16)
Wonderful Rainbow (#52)
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#18 (-6 #12) Rosemary's Baby (Roman Polanski, 1968) :imdb:
2041.71 points, 33911 checks, official lists: 20
38 voters
1SO (#36)
AB537 (#89)
blocho (unranked)
Caracortada (#6)
Carmel1379 (#53)
Cocoa (unranked>50)
Ebbywebby (#142)
Fergenaprido (#44)
Gordon_Gekko (#91)
Gorro (#282)
GruesomeTwosome (#15)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
Ivan0716 (#80)
jeff_v (#8)
Jimi Antiloop (#4)
joachimt (unranked>131)
jvv (unranked)
kingink (#31)
klaus78 (#51)
Leopardi (#4)
Melvelet (#29)
Mifune (#64)
Mysterious Dude (#19)
Panunzio (#30)
peeptoad (#13)
Perception de Ambiguity (#522)
perceval (#163)
pitchorneirda (#42)
psychotronicbeatnik (unranked>22)
Rufus-T (#10)
sebby (#3)
St. Gloede (#98)
Teproc (#22)
tommy_leazaq (#85)
toro913 (#95)
Wonderful Rainbow (#19)
zuma (#28)
zzzorf (#28)
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#17 (4 #21) 8½ (Federico Fellini, 1963) :imdb:
2055.34 points, 18497 checks, official lists: 32
30 voters
beavis (#48)
Caracortada (#5)
Carmel1379 (#19)
connordenney (#27)
Ebbywebby (#8)
Gordon_Gekko (#105)
Gorro (#3)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
Ivan0716 (#71)
jeff_v (#1)
Jimi Antiloop (#7)
joachimt (#95)
klaus78 (#16)
Leopardi (#120)
lineuphere (#14)
Lonewolf2003 (#12)
Melvelet (#2)
Mysterious Dude (#13)
Opio (#10)
Panunzio (#41)
PeacefulAnarchy (#55)
sebby (#7)
sol (#54)
St. Gloede (#45)
Teproc (#7)
Torgo (#38)
toro913 (#5)
TraverseTown (#43)
zomgmouse (#1)
zzzorf (#148)
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#16 (10 #26) Repulsion (Roman Polanski, 1965) :imdb:
2078.54 points, 8823 checks, official lists: 17
37 voters
beavis (#82)
blocho (unranked)
Caracortada (#13)
Carmel1379 (#6)
connordenney (#70)
Ebbywebby (#26)
Gordon_Gekko (#61)
Gorro (#4)
GruesomeTwosome (#5)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
Ivan0716 (#7)
jeff_v (#17)
Jimi Antiloop (#16)
joachimt (#83)
kingink (#82)
klaus78 (#43)
Leopardi (#142)
lineuphere (#199)
Melvelet (#9)
Mifune (#5)
mightysparks (#44)
Mysterious Dude (#192)
Opio (#41)
Panunzio (#64)
peeptoad (#3)
Perception de Ambiguity (#414)
perceval (#208)
Rufus-T (#13)
sebby (#54)
Smoover (#9)
sol (#84)
Teproc (#17)
tommy_leazaq (#45)
toro913 (#20)
Wonderful Rainbow (#29)
zomgmouse (unranked>23)
zzzorf (#102)
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Onderhond wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 9:16 pm
prodigalgodson wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 6:30 pm
Torgo wrote: November 2nd, 2020, 3:05 pm (I'm surprised myself that I have seen 5 Wakamatsu films to quite mixed viewing experiences; I'll just say that they're not usual #1 material for me :innocent: )
Hot take: Wakamatsu's best work is better than Kurosawa's best work.
I'll drink to that.
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#15 (23 #38) El ángel exterminador [The Exterminating Angel] (Luis Buñuel, 1962) :imdb:
2095.18 points, 5525 checks, official lists: 17
35 voters
AB537 (#23)
beasterne (#18)
Carmel1379 (#146)
Dolwphin (unranked>10)
Ebbywebby (#4)
Gordon_Gekko (#4)
Gorro (#103)
hurluberlu (#12)
Ivan0716 (#9)
jeff_v (#5)
joachimt (#70)
jvv (unranked)
kingink (#16)
klaus78 (#25)
Leopardi (#195)
lineuphere (#23)
maxwelldeux (unranked>43)
Melvelet (unranked>60)
Mysterious Dude (#80)
Panunzio (#72)
PeacefulAnarchy (#13)
peeptoad (#44)
Perception de Ambiguity (#514)
perceval (#15)
pitchorneirda (#51)
psychotronicbeatnik (unranked>22)
sebby (#85)
St. Gloede (#16)
Teproc (#39)
tommy_leazaq (#21)
Torgo (#43)
toro913 (#15)
TraverseTown (#35)
zuma (#19)
zzzorf (#16)
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That drop for Le Samourai makes me a sad panda.
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blocho wrote: November 3rd, 2020, 12:33 am I have a hot take for you all: The Graduate is an average movie.

OK ... OK ... not trying to start any fights here. How about a question instead so that I can gain understanding from others: Why do you love The Graduate?
It wasn't actually supposed to still be in my list, woops. I LOVED it the first time I saw it, but the last time I rewatched it I thought it was just ok. I used to find it funny and dynamic, enjoyed Hoffman's character/acting and the soundtrack. Last time I didn't laugh once and actually cringed a few times.
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#14 (2 #16) Lawrence of Arabia (David Lean, 1962) :imdb:
2173.95 points, 30031 checks, official lists: 39
37 voters
1SO (#25)
beasterne (#2)
blocho (unranked)
Caracortada (#102)
Carmel1379 (#76)
Dolwphin (unranked>10)
Ebbywebby (#23)
Fergenaprido (#12)
filmbantha (#45)
Gordon_Gekko (#199)
Gorro (#48)
gromit82 (#13)
hurluberlu (#16)
jeff_v (#95)
joachimt (unranked>131)
kingink (#56)
klaus78 (#7)
Leopardi (#17)
lineuphere (#44)
Lonewolf2003 (#46)
Melvelet (#32)
Mysterious Dude (#159)
Panunzio (#47)
PeacefulAnarchy (#3)
Perception de Ambiguity (#521)
prodigalgodson (#37)
psychotronicbeatnik (#17)
Rufus-T (#1)
sebby (#141)
Smoover (#2)
sol (#37)
TalkingElvish (#9)
Teproc (#15)
toro913 (#8)
Wonderful Rainbow (#18)
zomgmouse (unranked>23)
zzzorf (#120)
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#13 (1 #14) Tengoku to jigoku [High and Low] (Akira Kurosawa, 1963) :imdb:
2245.66 points, 4924 checks, official lists: 14
36 voters
1SO (#31)
AB537 (#22)
beasterne (#17)
blocho (unranked)
Caracortada (#50)
Carmel1379 (#17)
connordenney (#28)
Dolwphin (unranked>10)
Ebbywebby (#139)
Fergenaprido (#14)
Gordon_Gekko (#17)
Gorro (#37)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
Ivan0716 (#10)
jeff_v (#36)
joachimt (#12)
jvv (unranked)
kingink (#64)
Lonewolf2003 (#82)
maxwelldeux (unranked>43)
Melvelet (unranked>60)
Mifune (#48)
mightysparks (#26)
Mysterious Dude (#44)
Panunzio (#12)
PeacefulAnarchy (#28)
Perception de Ambiguity (#538)
psychotronicbeatnik (#16)
sebby (#117)
St. Gloede (#53)
TalkingElvish (#8)
Teproc (#1)
tommy_leazaq (#9)
Torgo (#40)
toro913 (#11)
zomgmouse (#10)
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#12 (3 #15) L'année dernière à Marienbad [Last Year at Marienbad] (Alain Resnais, 1961) :imdb:
2246.09 points, 5087 checks, official lists: 21
31 voters
beavis (#4)
Carmel1379 (#9)
connordenney (#37)
Dolwphin (#1)
Ebbywebby (#14)
Gordon_Gekko (#27)
Gorro (#20)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
Ivan0716 (#16)
joachimt (#38)
kingink (#13)
klaus78 (#2)
lineuphere (#33)
maxwelldeux (unranked>43)
Melvelet (#5)
Mifune (#13)
Opio (#58)
Panunzio (#8)
PeacefulAnarchy (#8)
peeptoad (#23)
perceval (#124)
prodigalgodson (#16)
psychotronicbeatnik (unranked>22)
sol (#40)
St. Gloede (#1)
TalkingElvish (#18)
Torgo (#21)
toro913 (#118)
TraverseTown (#36)
zomgmouse (#3)
zuma (#1)
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#11 (28 #39) Andrey Rublev (Andrei Tarkovsky, 1966) :imdb:
2253.42 points, 6325 checks, official lists: 29
33 voters
AB537 (#42)
beasterne (#40)
beavis (#80)
connordenney (#20)
Dolwphin (unranked>10)
Ebbywebby (#3)
Fergenaprido (#97)
filmbantha (#4)
Gordon_Gekko (#67)
Gorro (#6)
Ivan0716 (#29)
joachimt (#60)
jvv (unranked)
kingink (#14)
klaus78 (#5)
Leopardi (#22)
lineuphere (#15)
Lonewolf2003 (#1)
Melvelet (unranked>60)
Opio (#12)
Panunzio (#16)
perceval (#59)
pitchorneirda (#4)
prodigalgodson (#1)
psychotronicbeatnik (unranked>22)
Rufus-T (#71)
sebby (#24)
Smoover (#33)
St. Gloede (#112)
Teproc (#3)
tommy_leazaq (#31)
Torgo (#6)
toro913 (#12)
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#10 (--) The Apartment (Billy Wilder, 1960) :imdb:
2302.61 points, 20789 checks, official lists: 27
40 voters
AB537 (#20)
beavis (#81)
Caracortada (#2)
Carmel1379 (#159)
Cocoa (unranked>50)
connordenney (#59)
Fergenaprido (#38)
filmbantha (#21)
Gordon_Gekko (#9)
Gorro (#117)
joachimt (#27)
jvv (unranked)
kingink (#141)
klaus78 (#35)
Leopardi (#7)
lineuphere (#190)
Lonewolf2003 (#29)
maxwelldeux (#31)
Melvelet (unranked>60)
Mifune (#44)
mightysparks (#7)
Mysterious Dude (#148)
Panunzio (#74)
PeacefulAnarchy (#26)
psychotronicbeatnik (#15)
Rufus-T (#64)
sebby (#30)
Smoover (#7)
sol (#24)
St. Gloede (#137)
TalkingElvish (#17)
Teproc (#20)
tommy_leazaq (#70)
Torgo (#22)
toro913 (#1)
TraverseTown (#42)
Wonderful Rainbow (#33)
zomgmouse (unranked>23)
zuma (#34)
zzzorf (#21)
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#9 (--) Le trou (Jacques Becker, 1960) :imdb:
2366.58 points, 3388 checks, official lists: 14
36 voters
1SO (#38)
AB537 (#84)
beasterne (#21)
Cocoa (#25)
connordenney (#4)
Ebbywebby (#51)
Fergenaprido (#17)
filmbantha (#3)
Gordon_Gekko (#16)
Gorro (#11)
Ivan0716 (#48)
jeff_v (#83)
joachimt (#8)
jvv (unranked)
kingink (#39)
Leopardi (#5)
lineuphere (#9)
Lonewolf2003 (#56)
maxwelldeux (#12)
Melvelet (unranked>60)
mightysparks (#48)
Mysterious Dude (#64)
Panunzio (#39)
PeacefulAnarchy (#10)
peeptoad (unranked>57)
Perception de Ambiguity (#85)
perceval (#1)
sebby (#1)
St. Gloede (#43)
TalkingElvish (#78)
Teproc (#30)
tommy_leazaq (#62)
Torgo (#20)
toro913 (#98)
Wonderful Rainbow (#2)
zuma (#12)
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#8 (--) Seppuku [Harakiri] (Masaki Kobayashi, 1962) :imdb:
2574.08 points, 5086 checks, official lists: 15
36 voters
beasterne (#3)
beavis (#17)
blocho (unranked)
Cocoa (#24)
connordenney (#91)
Ebbywebby (#27)
Fergenaprido (#29)
filmbantha (#7)
Gordon_Gekko (#10)
Gorro (#21)
hurluberlu (#10)
Ivan0716 (#39)
jeff_v (#92)
joachimt (#2)
jvv (unranked)
kingink (#22)
klaus78 (#53)
Lonewolf2003 (#2)
maxwelldeux (#2)
Melvelet (#27)
Mifune (#2)
mightysparks (#4)
Opio (#81)
PeacefulAnarchy (#39)
Perception de Ambiguity (#422)
pitchorneirda (#12)
Rufus-T (#153)
sebby (#2)
Smoover (#47)
Teproc (#18)
tommy_leazaq (#7)
Torgo (#1)
toro913 (#14)
zomgmouse (unranked>23)
zuma (#4)
zzzorf (#7)
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#7 (-3 #4) Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo [The Good, the Bad and the Ugly] (Sergio Leone, 1966) :imdb:
2574.2 points, 47578 checks, official lists: 26
41 voters
1SO (#9)
AB537 (#4)
beasterne (#15)
blocho (unranked)
Carmel1379 (#37)
Dolwphin (unranked>10)
Ebbywebby (#120)
Fergenaprido (#113)
filmbantha (#42)
Gordon_Gekko (#1)
Gorro (#15)
GruesomeTwosome (#49)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
Ivan0716 (#19)
jeff_v (#80)
joachimt (#7)
kingink (#99)
klaus78 (#3)
Leopardi (#2)
Lonewolf2003 (#5)
maxwelldeux (#5)
Melvelet (#45)
Mifune (#67)
mightysparks (#6)
Mysterious Dude (#134)
Panunzio (#4)
PeacefulAnarchy (#114)
peeptoad (#52)
Perception de Ambiguity (#534)
psychotronicbeatnik (#14)
Rufus-T (#94)
sebby (#39)
Smoover (#14)
sol (#75)
St. Gloede (#18)
Teproc (#2)
Torgo (#10)
toro913 (#3)
Wonderful Rainbow (#15)
zomgmouse (unranked>23)
zzzorf (#134)
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#6 (-1 #5) C'era una volta il West [Once Upon a Time in the West] (Sergio Leone, 1968) :imdb:
2667.74 points, 26928 checks, official lists: 26
41 voters
1SO (#10)
AB537 (#6)
beavis (#23)
blocho (unranked)
Carmel1379 (#51)
connordenney (#77)
Ebbywebby (#2)
Fergenaprido (#63)
filmbantha (#1)
Gordon_Gekko (#15)
Gorro (#22)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
Ivan0716 (#1)
jeff_v (#9)
joachimt (#9)
jvv (unranked)
kingink (#35)
klaus78 (#6)
Leopardi (#12)
lineuphere (#157)
Lonewolf2003 (#4)
maxwelldeux (unranked>43)
Melvelet (unranked>60)
Mifune (#61)
Mysterious Dude (#133)
Panunzio (#10)
PeacefulAnarchy (#53)
Perception de Ambiguity (#108)
perceval (#181)
psychotronicbeatnik (unranked>22)
sebby (#16)
Smoover (#13)
sol (#61)
St. Gloede (#38)
TalkingElvish (#2)
Teproc (#6)
Torgo (#9)
toro913 (#21)
Wonderful Rainbow (#16)
zomgmouse (#6)
zzzorf (#140)
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#5 (2 #7) Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (Stanley Kubrick, 1964) :imdb:
2720.64 points, 49847 checks, official lists: 33
42 voters
AB537 (#3)
beasterne (#44)
blocho (unranked)
Caracortada (#100)
Carmel1379 (#39)
connordenney (#51)
Ebbywebby (#5)
Fergenaprido (#21)
filmbantha (#23)
Gordon_Gekko (#44)
Gorro (#5)
gromit82 (#2)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
jeff_v (#132)
Jimi Antiloop (#11)
joachimt (#11)
kingink (#28)
klaus78 (#15)
Leopardi (#43)
lineuphere (#17)
Lonewolf2003 (#6)
Melvelet (unranked>60)
Mifune (#50)
mightysparks (#21)
Mysterious Dude (#17)
Panunzio (#35)
PeacefulAnarchy (#2)
Perception de Ambiguity (#531)
perceval (#182)
pitchorneirda (#43)
prodigalgodson (#12)
psychotronicbeatnik (unranked>22)
Rufus-T (#11)
sebby (#89)
Smoover (#20)
TalkingElvish (#35)
Teproc (#4)
tommy_leazaq (#1)
Torgo (#31)
toro913 (#6)
zomgmouse (#17)
zzzorf (#147)
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#4 (2 #6) Suna no onna [Woman in the Dunes] (Hiroshi Teshigahara, 1964) :imdb:
2947.49 points, 3774 checks, official lists: 19
42 voters
1SO (#32)
AB537 (unranked>120)
blocho (unranked)
Carmel1379 (#65)
connordenney (#69)
Dolwphin (#4)
Ebbywebby (#47)
Fergenaprido (#22)
Gordon_Gekko (#6)
Gorro (#25)
hurluberlu (#8)
Ivan0716 (#106)
jeff_v (#63)
joachimt (#4)
jvv (unranked)
kingink (#6)
klaus78 (#11)
Leopardi (#3)
lineuphere (#4)
Lonewolf2003 (#35)
maxwelldeux (#3)
Melvelet (#6)
Mifune (#1)
mightysparks (#71)
Opio (#31)
PeacefulAnarchy (#32)
peeptoad (#36)
Perception de Ambiguity (#126)
perceval (#57)
pitchorneirda (#11)
prodigalgodson (#30)
psychotronicbeatnik (unranked>22)
Rufus-T (#34)
sebby (#4)
sol (#6)
Teproc (#33)
tommy_leazaq (#8)
Torgo (#3)
toro913 (#81)
TraverseTown (#12)
Wonderful Rainbow (#6)
zuma (#6)
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#3 (--) Persona (Ingmar Bergman, 1966) :imdb:
3228.51 points, 13851 checks, official lists: 25
46 voters
AB537 (#28)
beasterne (#34)
beavis (#70)
blocho (unranked)
Caracortada (#4)
Carmel1379 (#8)
Cocoa (#39)
connordenney (#44)
Dolwphin (unranked>10)
Ebbywebby (#10)
Gordon_Gekko (#41)
Gorro (#1)
GruesomeTwosome (#2)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
Ivan0716 (#3)
jeff_v (#2)
joachimt (#5)
kingink (#3)
klaus78 (#27)
Leopardi (#47)
lineuphere (#6)
Lonewolf2003 (#75)
maxwelldeux (#9)
Melvelet (#3)
Opio (#27)
Panunzio (#2)
PeacefulAnarchy (#1)
peeptoad (unranked>57)
Perception de Ambiguity (#528)
perceval (#2)
rnilsson19 (#65)
Rufus-T (#123)
sebby (#37)
Smoover (#21)
sol (#12)
St. Gloede (#14)
TalkingElvish (#10)
Teproc (#8)
tommy_leazaq (#69)
Torgo (#18)
toro913 (#101)
TraverseTown (#44)
Wonderful Rainbow (#10)
zomgmouse (#2)
zuma (#9)
zzzorf (#132)
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No points for guessing the top two.
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#2 (--) 2001: A Space Odyssey (Stanley Kubrick, 1968) :imdb:
3498.37 points, 67365 checks, official lists: 42
44 voters
AB537 (#19)
beasterne (#4)
beavis (#22)
blocho (unranked)
Caracortada (#12)
Carmel1379 (#7)
connordenney (#26)
Dolwphin (#2)
Ebbywebby (#1)
filmbantha (#11)
Gordon_Gekko (#46)
Gorro (#2)
gromit82 (#1)
GruesomeTwosome (#1)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
jeff_v (#3)
joachimt (#35)
kingink (#1)
klaus78 (#1)
Leopardi (#25)
lineuphere (#2)
Lonewolf2003 (#14)
Melvelet (#1)
mightysparks (#1)
Mysterious Dude (#137)
Opio (#18)
Panunzio (#6)
Perception de Ambiguity (#201)
perceval (#28)
prodigalgodson (#29)
psychotronicbeatnik (#21)
Rufus-T (#7)
sebby (#5)
Smoover (#5)
sol (#8)
St. Gloede (#11)
TalkingElvish (#12)
Teproc (#9)
tommy_leazaq (#6)
Torgo (#4)
toro913 (#33)
TraverseTown (#46)
Wonderful Rainbow (#8)
zzzorf (#125)
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Rewatched 2001 yesterday. Will be a bit lower on my top 100 next time, but ... that will have no impact what so ever. :D
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#1 (--) Psycho (Alfred Hitchcock, 1960) :imdb:
3645.63 points, 70329 checks, official lists: 38
51 voters
1SO (#8)
AB537 (#13)
beasterne (#52)
beavis (#71)
blocho (unranked)
Caracortada (#1)
Carmel1379 (#20)
Cocoa (#34)
connordenney (#24)
Dolwphin (unranked>10)
Ebbywebby (#22)
Fergenaprido (#46)
filmbantha (#2)
Gordon_Gekko (#2)
Gorro (#36)
GruesomeTwosome (#9)
hurluberlu (unranked>19)
Ivan0716 (#89)
jeff_v (#11)
joachimt (#53)
jvv (unranked)
kingink (#10)
klaus78 (#17)
Leopardi (#10)
lineuphere (#67)
Lonewolf2003 (#16)
maxwelldeux (#4)
Melvelet (#8)
Mifune (#14)
mightysparks (#3)
Mysterious Dude (#93)
Opio (#87)
Panunzio (#33)
PeacefulAnarchy (#29)
peeptoad (#2)
Perception de Ambiguity (#532)
psychotronicbeatnik (#20)
Rufus-T (#5)
sebby (#35)
Smoover (#26)
sol (#45)
TalkingElvish (#25)
Teproc (#5)
tommy_leazaq (#2)
Torgo (#23)
toro913 (#23)
TraverseTown (#45)
Wonderful Rainbow (#7)
zomgmouse (#12)
zuma (#2)
zzzorf (#25)
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First, thanks to Lonewolf for his great work as host :worship:

Top10 Countries (films in Top 100/50)
US = 73 (27/13)
France = 41 (23/13)
Italy = 29 (14/6)
GB = 26 (9/5)
Japan = 26 (10/6)
Tschechslovakia = 12 (4/1)
Sovjetunion = 9 (3/2)
Sweden = 7 (5/3)
Poland = 4 (1/0)
Mexico = 3 (1/1)

Top10 Directors (films in Top 100/50)
Godard = 10 (6/2)
Bergman = 7 (5/3)
Antonioni = 5 (5/2)
Kurosawa = 5 (2/2)
Kobayashi = 4 (4/2)
Leone = 4 (4/2)
Bunuel = 4 (3/2)
Kubrick = 4 (3/2)
Truffaut = 4 (1/0)
Kramer = 4 (0/0)

... hope i count right :think: ;)
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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?
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On the other hand, only two films in the top 10 that I didn't vote for (Persona, don't like. Once Upon a Time in the West, ok)...

I just realised somehow Rosemary's Baby wasn't on my list, wtf is wrong with me I keep missing great films :'(
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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?
What'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"?
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pitchorneirda wrote: November 3rd, 2020, 10:46 am My ratings for the top 10 : 6, 6+, 6, 8, 7, not seen, 4, 8, 5, 5
From 1 to 10 (and out of 10): 2, 2, 4, 2, 3, 1, 1, 2, 2, 3
Last Year at Marienbad is the first film I liked (3*)

I'm quite surprised Psycho came out the winner though. Were some people deliberately pushing 2001 backwards?
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I think it's more about Psycho being more broadly liked (thus on more lists) but less divisive (so fewer super high ratings), which makes it place lower in the Favorite Movies poll, but higher in this because it gains points from the ones who merely like it a lot. Basically, the 2001 lovers aren't going to rank it that much higher than in the all-time list, so Psycho gains more spots because of the lessened competition, something like that. Might have something to do with different voters too, of course.
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Than you so much for hosting, Lonewolf! You did an amazing job.

Had hoped for a bit more variation in the top results after all these years though, but oh well, we are people with static tastes.
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mightysparks wrote: November 3rd, 2020, 3:57 am
blocho wrote: November 3rd, 2020, 12:33 am I have a hot take for you all: The Graduate is an average movie.

OK ... OK ... not trying to start any fights here. How about a question instead so that I can gain understanding from others: Why do you love The Graduate?
It wasn't actually supposed to still be in my list, woops. I LOVED it the first time I saw it, but the last time I rewatched it I thought it was just ok. I used to find it funny and dynamic, enjoyed Hoffman's character/acting and the soundtrack. Last time I didn't laugh once and actually cringed a few times.
For me it works in exactly the opposite way. I watched it first time 15 years ago and it was... OK (classical 6/10). Then i watched it again two month ago because it was available on amazon prime and now i find it realy great.
Beside "Bonnie & Clyde" it stays for the beginning of New Hollywood, but in another them:
Bonnie & Clyde is the example for the change in showing violence in an american film.
The Graduate is the example for the change in showing moral ideas in an american film.

It takes the great conflict between two generations and questions the established socal values. So imO it doesn't want to be funny, it's more a typical drama.
Another two pros Mightysparks already mentioned are the acting of Dustin Hoffman and the phenomenal great soundtrack.

Two close my post I will end with the end of the film, so SPOILER!
Spoiler
This two minutes show perfectly the premise of the film, when all the people in the bus starring on the two happy young fellas. But it's in the same time no classical hollywood happy end. Because after the first adrenaline over the successful "escape" is gone, a kind of disillusionment starting and makes the smile of the two disappear. And the bus drives into an uncertain future:
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I turned in a top 171, and 123 of them were in the top 250. And my top 52 all ranked. Not bad. Of my 48 misses, 19 of them were from that 60s-generation British world that is so reliably underappreciated here.

Highest-ranked unseen films: The Human Condition III, Letter Never Sent, The Great Escape
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Thanks all for voting.

I will sent mighty the new urls so she can update the lists on iCM.

Will post some stats will follow later. Tho Gordon also posted some above.
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