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Hi, I'm new here, these are my top 50 films.

1. Man With A Movie Camera - Dziga Vertov
2. The Mirror - Andrei Tarkovsky
3. Bande a Part - Jean-Luc Godard
4. Persona - Ingmar Bergman
5. Dr. Strangelove - Stanley Kubrick
6. The Red Shoes - Powell & Pressburger
7. The Passion of Joan of Arc - Carl Theodor Dreyer
8. Notorious - Alfred Hitchcock
9. The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie - Luis Bunuel
10. 8 1/2 - Federico Fellini
11. Day for Night - Francois Truffaut
12. Pickpocket - Robert Bresson
13. Le Chinoise - Jean-Luc Godard
14. Singiní In The Rain - Stanley Donen, Gene Kelly
15. Sunrise - FW Murnau
16. LíAtlante - Jean Vigo
17. High and Low - Akira Kurosawa
18. Cries and Whispers - Ingmar Bergman
19. Manhattan - Woody Allen
20. Dogville - Lars von Trier
21. Saturday Night and Sunday Morning - Karel Reisz
22. Taxi Driver - Martin Scorsese
23. Journey To Italy - Roberto Rossellini
24. Ordet - Carl Theodor Dreyer
25. The Wind That Shakes the Barley - Ken Loach
26. La Dolce Vita - Federico Fellini
27. Battleship Potemkin - Sergei Eisenstein
28. Au Hassard Balthasar - Robert Bresson
29. The Seventh Continent - Michael Haneke
30. Ivanís Childhood - Andrei Tarkovsky
31. Spellbound - Alfred Hitchcock
32. Camera Buff - Krzysztof Kieslowski
33. Le Mepris - Jean-Luc Godard
34. Jules and Jim - Francois Truffaut
35. Tokyo Story - Yasujiro Ozu
36. The Knack... And How To Get It - Richard Lester
37. Berlin Symphony of a Great City - Walter Ruttman
38. Tout va Bien - Jean-Luc Godard
39. The Cranes are Flying - Mikhail Kalatozov
40. Hobsonís Choice - David Lean
41. Daisies - Vera Chytilova
42. Intolerance - DW Griffiths
43. Rome, Open City - Roberto Rossellini
44. Close Up - Abbas Kiarostami
45. Cleo from 5 to 7 - Agnes Varda
46. Vertigo - Alfred Hitchcock
47. Orpheus - Jean Cocteau
48. My Name Is Joe - Ken Loach
49. 71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance - Michael Haneke
50. Coffee & Cigarettes - Jim Jarmusch



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Welcome (and welcome to my Top 50 list which isn't the most updated, but good enough)

Harry and Tonto
La Strada
Nashville
They shoot horses, dont they?
One flew over the cuckoo's nest
Network
The Battle of algiers
treasure of the sierra madre
a woman under the influence
Buffalo '66
mr deeds goes to town
la grande illsuion
the seventh seal
ace in the hole
mccabe and mrs. miller
the misfits
a child is waiting
mikey and nicky
a face in the crowd
on the waterfront
wild strawberries
harold and maude
umberto D
Birdman of alcatraz
the swimmer
The Professionals
elmer gantry
annie hall
12 angry men
grapes of wrath
sunset boulevard
A Taste of Cherry
taxi driver
a clockwork orange
shoeshine
You can't take it with you
Dodsworth
The Cranes Are Flying
-the roof
-Sunflower
ikiru
the godfather
rashomon bicycle thieves
citizen kane
Fat City
johnny got his gun
seven samurai
gentleman's agreement
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Hi, I'm new here, these are my top 50 films.
22. Taxi Driver - Martin Scorsese
50. Coffee & Cigarettes - Jim Jarmusch
I've seen 2 of 50. I prefer "Coffee & Cigarettes".

My favorite movies are:
  1. The Avengers (2012)
  2. Captain America: Civil War (2016)
  3. Thor (2011)
  4. Iron Man (2008)
  5. Doctor Strange (2016)
  6. Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)



The most loathsome of all goblins
My top 65:

Bringing Up Baby
The Adventures of Robin Hood
Gentleman Jim
The Sea Hawk
Objective Burma
The Dawn Patrol (1938)
Star Crash
The Thin Man
After the Thin Man
Mulholland Dr
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Hackers
White Heat
Black Sunday (1960)
Lisa and the Devil
The Whip and the Body
Death Race 2000
The African Queen
Kiss Me Deadly
The Big Sleep
The Red Shoes
Blade Runner
The Ninth Gate
It's a Wonderful Life
Fast Times at Ridgemont High
The Apartment
Sunset Boulevard
King of New York
Grosse Pointe Blank
Pan's Labyrinth
The Sound of Music
Mary Poppins
The Spy Who Loved Me
On Her Majesty's Secret Service
Licence to Kill
You Only Live Twice
Barry Lyndon
Beauty and the Beast (1946)
Gone With the Wind
Tarzan the Ape Man (1932)
Tarzan and His Mate
A Nightmare on Elm Street
A Nightmare on Elm Street Part III: Dream Warriors
Wes Craven's New Nightmare
Halloween
Legend
Only Angels Have Wings
The Terminator
Basic Instinct
Flesh + Blood
Showgirls
Casablanca
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
My Man Godfrey
The Philadelphia Story
Creepshow
Escape From New York
Fist of Legend
The Little Mermaid
Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key
The Scarlet Pimpernel (1982)
Dredd
The Long Hair of Death
Gremlins 2: The New Batch



At a guess...
1. The Terminator
2. ****ing Amal/Show Me Love
3. Terminator 2 – Judgment Day
4. Black Christmas (1974, obviously)
5. The Perks of Being a Wallflower
6. Aliens
7. Halloween (1978, obviously)
8. True Lies
9. The Spy Who Loved Me
10. Raiders of the Lost Ark
11. For Your Eyes Only
12. Jaws
13. Moonraker
14. Alien
15. Lethal Weapon
16. The Naked Gun
17. Scream
18. Leon
19. DEBS
20. Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind
21. Ghostbusters (1984, obviously)
22. Back to the Future 2
23. Batman Returns
24. Speed
25. 10 Things I Hate About You
26. Let the Right One In
27. The Fog (1980, obviously)
28. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984, obviously)
29. Link
30. Fright Night Part II
31. Warlock
32. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
33. The Frighteners
34. V For Vendetta
35. A View to a Kill
36. Kingdom of the Spiders
37. Gremlins
38. Live and Let Die
39. The Running Man
40. Throw Momma from the Train
41. Star Trek VI – The Undiscovered Country
42. Halloween H20
43. The Conjuring
44. Stage Fright (1987)
45. Child’s Play
46. Urban Legend
47. Pulp Fiction
48. Three Amigos!
49. Donnie Darko
50. Poltergeist (1982, obviously)

Truthfully there's no real order after the top 10 and there's still many I consider classics missing...



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I can't decide an order...


The Matrix
Sonatine
Hard Boiled
Terminator 2
The Godfather
The Raid
The Raid 2
Point Break
Police Story
Dragons Forever
Taxi Driver
Pulp Fiction
Inception
The Yellow Sea
The Chaser
Mulholland Drive
Lost Highway
Battle Royale
Hana-Bi
Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance
Oldboy
No Tears for the Dead
The Man from Nowhere
Ran
Fist of Legend
Mean Streets
The good, the bad, the ugly
Once Upon a Time in the West
Drive
John Wick
The Devil's Advocate
Inglourious Basterds
Heat
Scarface
New World (2013)
Goodfellas
The Seventh Seal
Bram Stoker's Dracula
Bloodsport
Leon: The Profissional
Rocky
Interstellar
The Man Who Laughs (1928 version)
Face/Off
Kagemusha
Ghost in the Shell
The Lion King
Snoopy, come home (I love Snoopy )
A Goofy Movie
Seven
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At a guess...
4. Black Christmas (1974, obviously)
7. Halloween (1978, obviously)
9. The Spy Who Loved Me
12. Jaws
17. Scream
18. Leon
19. DEBS
21. Ghostbusters (1984, obviously)
23. Batman Returns
24. Speed
27. The Fog (1980, obviously)
28. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984, obviously)
34. V For Vendetta
36. Kingdom of the Spiders
37. Gremlins
38. Live and Let Die
39. The Running Man
44. Stage Fright (1987)
46. Urban Legend
47. Pulp Fiction
49. Donnie Darko
50. Poltergeist (1982, obviously)
When I get back, I think you and I will get on just fine. For the most part. Having Aliens that high is just worrying, but then, nobody's perfect.

My top 65:
Hackers
Death Race 2000
Sunset Boulevard
The Spy Who Loved Me
Gone With the Wind
A Nightmare on Elm Street
A Nightmare on Elm Street Part III: Dream Warriors
Wes Craven's New Nightmare
Halloween
Flesh + Blood
Showgirls
Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key
Some of my genuine favourites here, too. Both Death Race 2000 and Gone With The Wind are both in my top 10.
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These I've seen. Good taste

2. The Mirror - Andrei Tarkovsky
3. Bande a Part - Jean-Luc Godard
4. Persona - Ingmar Bergman
5. Dr. Strangelove - Stanley Kubrick
8. Notorious - Alfred Hitchcock
10. 8 1/2 - Federico Fellini
11. Day for Night - Francois Truffaut
12. Pickpocket - Robert Bresson
13. Le Chinoise - Jean-Luc Godard
14. Singiní In The Rain - Stanley Donen, Gene Kelly
17. High and Low - Akira Kurosawa
18. Cries and Whispers - Ingmar Bergman
19. Manhattan - Woody Allen
20. Dogville - Lars von Trier
22. Taxi Driver - Martin Scorsese
26. La Dolce Vita - Federico Fellini
27. Au Hassard Balthasar - Robert Bresson
30. Ivanís Childhood - Andrei Tarkovsky
31. Spellbound - Alfred Hitchcock
35. Tokyo Story - Yasujiro Ozu
39. The Cranes are Flying - Mikhail Kalatozov
40. Hobsonís Choice - David Lean
43. Rome, Open City - Roberto Rossellini
44. Close Up - Abbas Kiarostami
46. Vertigo - Alfred Hitchcock
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I've seen 32 of those with my favorites being Taxi Driver, Ordet, Cries and Whispers, The Cranes are Flying, Singin' in the Rain, High and Low, and Sunrise. There's a lot more there I like as well. Welcome to the site!



Good films dude but where's the Minions movie?
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My 50 favourites:
Ask A Policeman
The Black Sheep of Whitehall
la Cage Aux Folles
Charade
The Constant Husband
Convict 99
Desk Set
English Without Tears
The Englishman who Went Up a Hill But came Down a Mountain
Father Goose
First A Girl
The Good Fairy
Good Morning, Boys!
A Good Year
The Goose and the Gander
le Grande vadrouille
The Green Man
The Happiest Days of Your Life
A hard Day's Night
Help!
The Horse's Mouth
I Wanna Hold Your Hand
it Started with Eve
La Kermesse Heroique
the lady Vanishes (1938)
Laws of Attraction
Make Mine Mink
manhattan Murder Mystery
A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy
Miss congeniality
mr Hulot's Holiday
Noises Off
North by Northwest
Passport to Pimlico
Private's Progress
Rebecca's Daughters
Saving Grace (2000)
Sebastian (1968)
Seeems Like Old Times
Sleeper
Spring in Park lane
To Catch A Thief
Top Secret (1951)
Tovarich
Trafic
trouble in Paradise (1932)
two weeks Notice
We're No Angels (1955)
What's Up Doc?
Will Any Gentleman?



movies can be okay...
Top 1:
In Bruges (2008)

My top 10 changes everyday but the above will always reign.
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