Best Film Lists


#121

Fav Foreign Films

After the Wedding (2006)
All About My Mother (1999)
Amelie (2001)
Divided We Fall (2000)
Easy Money (2010)
Gloomy Sunday (1999)
Head-On (2004)
Hunting and Gathering (2007)
Incendies (2010)
Into The White (2012)
Intouchables (2011)
Kekexili (2004)
Kolya (1996).avi
Life Is Beautiful (1997)
Malena (2000)
Maria Full of Grace (2004)
Paradise Now (2005)
Priceless (2006)
Revanche (2008)
Run Lola Run (1998)
The Barbarian Invasions (2003)
The Closet (2001)
The Counterfeiter (2007)
The Dinner Game (1998)
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (2007)
The Hunt (2012)
The Lives of Others (2006)
The Lunchbox (2013)
The Motorcycle Diaries (2004)
The Orphanage (2007)
Tsotsi (2005)
Un secret (2007)
Winter in Wartime (2008)
Y tu mama tambien (2001)


#122

Also:
La Strada
Death in Venice
The Leopard
The Promise
The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser
Wild Srawberries
Juliet of the Spirits
Babette’s Feast


#123

I’m glad you put Un Secret in there. I saw it a few years ago and thought it was really great, and a very different perspective of being Jewish in France during the Occupation.


#124

For more foreign films, we can’t miss a couple of Tati classics like Jour de Fête and M Hulot’s Holiday…virtually silent comedies.

Plus
The Women of the 6th Floor
The Skin I Live In
Julieta
All About My Mother

Not all of them would be in my best 50 films, but enjoyable nonetheless.


#125

lot of films I really like in your collection Zimmer. nice collection.


#126

Resurrecting this forum -

The Crow
Star Wars - A New Hope
The Big Lebowski
Se7en
Fight Club
Bad Santa (annual Christmas must watch)
Step Brothers
12 Angry Men
To Kill a Mockingbird
Godfather Part 1
Blues Brothers
Pulp Fiction
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Ghostbusters
Groundhog Day
The Breakfast Club
Silence of the Lambs
The Matrix
Kill Bill Vol 1 and 2
Predator

Whilst this topic has been dormant for almost 12 months, I’m sure any updated lists wouldn’t contain movies from the past 12 months. At least I hope not.


#127

top 40. no specific order.

terminator 2
predator 1
collateral
night at the Roxbury
mystery men
best in show
training day
spinal tap
waiting for guffman
dark knight
batman
brady bunch movie 95
naked gun
naked gun 2 1/2
life of Brian
holy grail
fight club
observe and report
iron man 3
cable guy
anchorman
talledaga nights
step brothers
punch drunk love
three amigos
dirty rotten scoundrels
the equaliser
the last stand
spongebob movie
Godzilla 2013
heat
godfather
godfather 2
mighty wind
horrible bosses
dinner for shmucks
boogie nights
Austin powers spy who shagged me
John wick
john wick 2


#128

Creed 2 and a quite place would go very close to making my list now


#129

Wow nice list, lots of different choices and genres in there. Observe and report was pretty entertaining. Was a lot different than what I expected it to be


#130

wick 3 is set up to be very entertaining.
Was pleasantly surprised with two, wasn’t holding out high hopes


#131

That’s Awesome


#132

Lion King
Casino
Matrix
RocknRolla
Pulp Fiction
Mad Max
Aliens
Forest Gump
Starship Troopers
The Breakfast Club
Die hard
The Fifth Element
Terminator 2
Predator
Mysterymen
Training day
Young Guns 1 and 2
Dark knight
Batman
Life of Brian
Fight club
Empire Strikes Back
Pirates of the Carribean
Jurassic Park
Interview With the Vampire
Champions
Catch 22
No Country For Old Men
Kill Bill 1 and 2
Deadpool 1 and 2
Shawshank Redemption
As Good As it Gets
Any Given Sunday
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
4 Rooms
Flash Gordon
Indiana Jones
Bullworth
Blood Last Vampire
Blues Brothers


#133

I have just come across your list of your best films of all time. I largely agree with you but with a few exceptions.
My no.1 would be Marcel Carne’s Les Enfants Du Paradis. For war films I would replace Spielberg’s Saving Private Ryan with his Shindlers List. And to my mind I must have Kubrick’s Paths of Glory which I think is the best war film ever
I would also include a couple of Powell/ Pressburger collaborations, I Know where I am Going and the Red Shoes.
You dont have any Polanski movies. I loved his Knife in the Water.
I would replace Mrs Miniver with Ozu’s Tokyo Story. Whilst I liked Mrs Miniver I would not rate it in the best movies of all time.


#134

Not just any old Polanski movie, Knife was his directing debut, and a very decent effort as well.