Favorite Movies of 1976?

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Network
Mikey and Nicky
Next Stop, Greenwich Village
Taxi Driver
The Outlaw Josey Wales
Nuts in May
Az ötödik pecsét
Rocky
Osânda
Herr Klein
Ich will doch nur, daß ihr mich liebt
The Front
Ode to Billy Joe



  1. All the President’s Men Alan J. Pakula
  2. Rocky John G. Avildsen
  3. Taxi Driver Martin Scorsese
  4. The Outlaw Josey Wales Clint Eastwood
  5. Network Sidney Lumet
  6. Assault on Precinct 13 John Carpenter
  7. Marathon Man John Schlesinger
  8. The Omen Richard Donner
  9. Carrie Brian De Palma
  10. The Shootist Don Siegel



The trick is not minding
The More I watch All the Presidents Men, the more I am sure it was the best film that year. Network and Taxi Driver are close behind



Divided into three groups. The order of groups matters, the order within the groups doesn't.


The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane

The House of the Laughing Windows
Who Can Kill a Child?
Network
Taxi Driver

The Omen
Alice Sweet Alice
Carrie
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Taxi Driver, of course. But I also enjoyed Hitchcock's Family Plot and The Man Who Fell to Earth with David Bowie and Rip Torn-- from the novel by Walter Tevis, who wrote The Hustler.



Bright light. Bright light. Uh oh.
Next Stop, Greenwich Village
The Outlaw Josey Wales
Allegro non troppo
Marathon Man
All the President's Men
Network
Rocky
Carrie
The Omen
Family Plot
The Bad News Bears
The Front
From Noon Till Three
The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea
Mindscape
The Punishment
Coup de Grâce
Illustrious Corpses
Lost, Lost, Lost
Silver Streak
The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane
The Shootist
Obsession
Bound for Glory
The Battle of Chile: Part I
The Battle of Chile: Part II
The Seven-Per-Cent Solution
Murder by Death
Hollywood on Trial
Chinese Roulette
That's Entertainment, Part II
Taxi Driver
Harlan County U.S.A.
Helter Skelter
Assault on Precinct 13
Panache
The House by the Lake
Law and Order
Kings of the Road
W.C. Fields and Me
Voyage of the Damned
Down and Dirty
Futureworld
Swashbuckler
Silent Movie
Shout at the Devil
Shoot
Surreal Estate
Robin and Marian
Police Python 357
Ode to Billy Joe
Nickelodeon
Logan's Run
The Message
Lifeguard
Leadbelly
King Kong
Keoma
Judge Horton and the Scottsboro Boys
The Enforcer
Drive-In
The Cassandra Crossing
The House of the Laughing Windows
Car Wash
Bugsy Malone
The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings
Small Change
Amelia Earhart
21 Hours at Munich
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My Favorite 1976 Movies:
All the President's Men
Network
That's Entertainment, Part II
Murder by Death
Bugsy Malone
The Shootist
The Bad News Bears
The Shaggy D.A.
Freaky Friday
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Very good cinematic year.

1) Taxi Driver
2) Network
3) The Man Who Fell to Earth
4) Robin and Marian
5) Marathon Man



The Human Tornado


Master of the Flying Guillotine


Marathon Man


Logans Run


Carrie


Taxi Driver


The Omen


The Pink Panther Strikes Again


The Bad News Bears


All the President's Men


a few more: Rocky, Network, God Told Me To



Fortini/Cani (Straub-Huillet)
Duelle (Rivette)
News from Home (Akerman)
The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (Cassavetes)
Six Fois Deux / Sur et sous la communication (Godard-Miéville)
Mikey and Nicky (May)
Noroît (Rivette)
Ici et ailleurs (Godard, Gorin, & Miéville)
Family Plot (Hitchcock)
Welcome to L.A. (Rudolph]
Chinese Roulette (Fassbinder)
The Man Who Fell to Earth (Roeg)
In the Realm of the Senses (Oshima)
Small Change (Truffaut)
Comment ça va? (Godard-Miéville)
Satan's Brew (Fassbinder)
Carrie (De Palma)
Taxi Driver (Scorsese)



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The Human Tornado


Master of the Flying Guillotine


Marathon Man


Logans Run


Carrie


Taxi Driver


The Omen

I think the funniest part of "Taxi Driver" is when Travis asks Sport


"So how's the pimp business?"