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    Not sure I can list ten, but at least one will be Joan of Arc, and the rest would likely be Charlton Heston and/or John Wayne movies.
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    1. 41
    2. Primer
    3. Amadeus
    4. Longitude
    5. Copying Beethoven
    6. The Alien Corn (1948) W.Somerset Maugham eileen joyce pianist
    7. Impromptu
    8. Fingers
    9. Inherit The Wind
    10. Groundhog Day
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    This is more of a "10 movies I really like" than a top 10 movies list:

    1. No country for old men
    2. Miller's crossing
    3. A clockwork orange
    4. Full metal jacket
    5. Pulp fiction (the only Tarantino movie I love)
    6. One flew over the Cuckoo's nest
    7. North by northwest
    8. Chinatown
    9. Unforgiven
    10. The good, the bad and the ugly
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    Shawshank Redemption
    Aliens
    Unforgiven
    Groundhog Day
    The Mission
    Amadeus
    Good Will Hunting
    Terminator II
    A Room with a View
    No Country for Old Men

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    Shane
    The Black Stallion
    Ugetsu
    The Seventh Seal
    Never Cry Wolf
    2001 Space Odyssey
    Grave of the Fireflies
    Days of Heaven
    Still Walking
    Lawrence of Arabia
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    Have enjoyed these repeatedly over the years:
    Metropolis (1927) Fritz Lang (Gottfried Huppertz soundtrack)
    Modern Times (1936) Charles Chaplin
    Casablanca (1941) Humphrey Bogart
    Crossroads (1986) Joe Fusco
    Cinema Paradiso (1988) Giuseppe Tornatore (director’s cut)
    The Moderns (1989) Alan Rudolph
    JFK (1991) Oliver Stone
    The Public Eye (1992) Howard Franklin
    Il Postino (1994) Massimo Troisi
    As Good As It Gets (1997) Jack Nicholson
    Documentaries: anything by Ken Burns
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    Update since my last post:

    1. Pulp Fiction - 9.5/10
    2. Jaws - 9.35/10
    3. Toy Story - 9.05/10
    4. Ben Hur - 8.95/10
    5. Up - 8.75/10
    6. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - 8.7/10
    7. The 400 Blows - 8.5/10
    8. Ratatouille - 8.4/10
    9. The King of Comedy - 8.35/19
    10. The Incredibles - 8.2/10

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    Ivan the Terrible or Trouble in Paradise for classic
    Anything from Wang Bing or Pedro Costa for post 2000s
    personal favorite The Insect Woman
    throw in some movies by brakhage or peleshyan because somebody has to apperciate their effort. seriously.
    Anything from Jean-Marie Straub and Danielle Huillet (The Chronicle of Anna Magdalena Bach (1968) seems fitting here)
    Nouvelle Vague (1990)
    Maybe Antonioni or Tarkovsky
    And Fassbender if theres any vacanxy

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    Not in any particular order:

    - Interstellar (2014)
    - Skyfall (2012)
    - The Sound of Music (1965)
    - Journey to the Far Side of the Sun (1969)
    - The Godfather I and II
    - The Back to the Future trilogy
    - Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation (2015)
    - 2001 A Space Odyssey (1968)
    - Grand Prix (1966)
    - Battle of Britain (1969)
    - Fantastic Voyage (1966)

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    One of those questions methinks where my answer would be different every time the question was asked. Nevertheless:

    - On the Waterfront
    - Dances with Wolves
    - The Name of the Rose
    - Mississippi Burning
    - Soylent Green
    - The Shawshank Redemption
    - The Lives of Others (German)
    - A Man for All Seasons
    - The Godfather trilogy
    - The Lord of the Rings trilogy

    I've tried to present a range of genres, but no comedy (not a genre I generally like that much).

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    1. Yes Man
    2. Tropic Thunder
    3. Jack and Jill
    4. The Mask
    5. White Chicks
    6. Men in Black 1-3
    7. There's Something About Mary
    8. Meet the Parents & Meet the Fockers
    9. Fun with Dick and Jane
    10.a)Knight and Day
    b)The Producers (2005)

    Still ten

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