• Some great lists and partial lists here. It's great to see the variety we have, and also how much we all seem to love Mulholland Drive ;-)
  • Old Dogs
    Step Up 2
    Howard the Duck
    Short Circuit
    Teen Wolf 2
    Hot Tub Time Machine 2
    Jason X
    Homeward Bound
    The Identical
  • The Identical is the best Christian film ever made
  • And it's probably the best film on the list. (I haven't seen a lot of those films, though).
  • No Order:

    The Mirror
    Love Exposure
    An Autumn Afternoon
    Blissfully Yours
  • @TJ Howard the Duck is definitely the best, but it's also fucking insane.
  • Nice--love two Tarkovskys on there. My curiosity, what do you prefer Nostalghia and The Mirror to stalker?

    My favorite part of your list--two Japanese masters are featured for great films. Ikiru should probably be on my list. 

    And 2001. And The Master. 
  • edited July 2015
    movies that could potentially make the list in the future:

    Au Hasard Balthazar
    The Sacrifice
    In the Mood for Love
    Love Exposure
    Princess Mononoke
    Spirited Away
    La Promesse
    Taxi Driver
    There Will Be Blood
    The Circle
    Werckmeister Harmonies
    Y Tu Mama Tambien
    Wayne's World
    4 Months 3 Weeks and 2 Days
    Grave of the Fireflies
    Upstream Color
    Toy Story 2/3
    35 Shots of Rum
    Uncle Boonmee
    Tropical Malady
    Star Wars 4/5
    The Aprartment
    Raiders of a Lost Ark
    Cries and Whispers
    Beau Travail
    Holy Motors
    Paths of Glory
    Love and Death

    also shit I completely forgot Annie Hall, totally belongs in the top 5
  • That's what's fun about lists. Right after you make one, you realize you've made a boneheaded omission. 

    I've made like 10, or 20, or 50.
  • @Robby I really like the phantom menace and attack of the clones too!
  • I would have put Love Exposure in there, but I don't know how it ranks up against other films.

    Because it is not like other films, it exists on an island. (no, that island is not Japan, you smartass)
  • Love that list^^
    Mine would be
    Star Wars RotJ
    The Iron Giant
    The princess Bride
    All Dogs go to Heaven
    2001 a Space Odyssey
    Beasts of the Southern Wild
    Pulp Fiction
    Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny (seriously)
    The Unforgiven
    Idk Eternal Sunshine

    Honorable mention for Juno, American History X, the Count of Monte Cristo, and Blazing Saddles.  I like too many movies

  • edited July 2015
    These are the ones I can think of at the moment:

    The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
    The Darjeeling Limited
    Lord of the Rings: Return of the King
    Indie Game: The Movie
    It's Such a Beautiful Day

    A few extras would be The Social Network, Rushmore, The Master, Up In The Air, Submarine, and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
  • oh Shaun of the Dead for sure now that you mention it
  • Actually prefer Hot Fuzz there
  • Shaun > World's End > Fuzz
  • I'm with that ranking
  • move fuzz to the top and you have mine
  • edited July 2015
    alright, top ten

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
    No Country for Old Men
    The Social Network
    Mulholland Drive
    Spirited Away
    Pulp Fiction
  • I like your list's shape. It's shaped very well. (It also contains many great movies). 
  • World's End > Shaun > Fuzz, but I love them all. 
  • those two directing a Star Wars movie is just perfect
  • edited July 2015
    For anyone wanting to see a great 2015 animated film not called Inside Out or World of Tomorrow, check out Cheatin'.

    Some great animation by Bill Plympton and sooooo much energy.

    I specifically point this out to @existence and @dannyspiterijr because it's a great 2015 release (maybe for future podcasting).

    I think maybe @TTK would get a kick out of it as well?
  • cool, I'll see that and World of Tomorrow
  • And both are on vimeo!
  • My top ten is something like: 

    Full Metal Jacket
    Annie Hall
    The Grand Budapest Hotel
    Dr. Strangelove
    The Godfather
    Hot Fuzz
    Pulp Fiction
  • :-( Well, film criticism is obviously not a lucrative business unless it's talking about Star Wars casting rumors or the Oscars.

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