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0 comments | Friday, May 12, 2006

I've seen a few of these lists around, I'm not a film critic, and I don't know film history (I don't go back very far) but I like to think I have a pretty good gauge for movies, so here goes:

A Clockwork Orange
A Fish Called Wanda
About Schmidt
Agronomist, The
Amelie
American Beauty
American Movie
American Splendor
Anything Else
Apocalypse Now
Arlington Road
Beetle Juice
Being John Malkovich
Blade Runner
Blue
Blue Velvet
Bowling for Columbine
Boys Don't Cry
Braveheart
Brazil
Brokeback Mountain
Celebrity
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
Dancer in the Dark
Dead Poets Society
Deer Hunter, The
Detroit Rock City
Driving Miss Daisy
Election
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Existenz
Fargo
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Fletch
Front, the
Gangs of New York
Godfather Part I
Ghostbusters
Ghost World
Gladiator
Glory
Goonies, The
Groundhog Day
Happiness
Ice Storm
Igby Goes Down
Insider, The
It's a Wonderful Life
Jacob's Ladder
Kids
Lost Highway
Love Liza
Lovely and Amazing
Lulu on the Bridge
Lumumba
Major League
Match Point
Matewan
Matrix, The
Memento
Monster
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Motorcycle Diaries
Mulholland Drive
Naked Lunch
New World, The
Owning Mahowny
Parenthood
Paris, Texas
Philadelphia
Platoon
Princess Mononoke
Pulp Fiction
Pumpkin
Punch Drunk-Love
Rabbit Proof Fence
Red
Roger and Me
Royal Tenenbaums, The
Rushmore
Short Cuts
Simon Birch
Snatch
Star Wars IV
Star Wars V
Star Wars VI
Sunshine
Take the Money and Run
Taxi Driver
Tetsuo
Thelma and Louise
Trading Places
Trainspotting
Untouchables, The
What About Bob?
White
Wonder Boys
World According to Garp, The
X

I might do another list, cause I realized not far into it, this is kind of my high brow list (with a few exceptions). I'm afraid to list some of my guilty pleasures like Roadhouse, Summer School, and UHF. Also I think there are a lot of indy movies I've seen over the years, that are on no one else's top tens, but were really rad movies... Lastly, for those interested there are a lot of top 100 lists here.

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