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2013-2015: TOP 250 FILM CHALLENGE

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    FROM THE TOP 250 FILMS - Time for us to view them again?

    Maybe it is time to revisit the TOP 250 films from the IMBD - and to begin to view them again for further insight and cultural entertainment - while we plunge ahead into 2013 and 2015 and beyond.

    Style has always been a part of film - so much so that it even drives fashion, as in the recent James Bond films and how the Internet is buzzing about the production tailors. Period pieces in films may also play a part in how classic men's shoes and boot styles may show signs of a resurgence.

    I named this 2013 to 2015 because many times we have to reserve serious book reading in our weekly routine, as well as other disciplines which give us a balanced life. But given the time frame is 3 years, that amounts to 156 weeks - which at once a week would amount to a good sizable amount out of the 250 film titles presented. This is not a contest in numbers, but simply a process to get us back into the story of what made these films notable.

    Many of you may already have a vast personal library of DVDs, films, or personal favorites saved on Netflix and other devices. That would not be my point of in presenting why we should revisit these great films - but rather, to watch them again for messages and inspiration (and flat out just good entertainment too) which may have not been as easily available to our senses when we first viewed them. (This list may be expanded to include all time classic films, such as It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World (one of the great comedies of the 1960's) - and others. But for now, I believe the list is a good starter - and we need to enjoy the journey.

    So I ask you to begin by choosing from the following list - and post how you felt about your selection, either in a simple line, a few sentences, or great detail - depending on what moves you.

    The numbers below represent:

    RANK - POPULAR RATING - TITLE/YEAR - NUMBER OF IMDB VOTES RECEIVED

    1. 9.2 The Shawshank Redemption (1994) 960,968

    2. 9.2 The Godfather (1972) 684,978

    3. 9.0 The Godfather: Part II (1974) 442,241

    4. 8.9 Pulp Fiction (1994) 747,663

    5. 8.9 The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) 291,668

    6. 8.9 12 Angry Men (1957) 236,238

    7. 8.9 The Dark Knight (2008) 934,807

    8. 8.9 Schindler's List (1993) 492,874

    9. 8.8 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) 686,326

    10. 8.8 Fight Club (1999) 731,475

    11. 8.8 Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) 470,916

    12. 8.8 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) 711,171

    13. 8.8 One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) 401,596

    14. 8.7 Inception (2010) 750,190

    15. 8.7 Goodfellas (1990) 419,160

    16. 8.7 Star Wars (1977) 527,683

    17. 8.7 Seven Samurai (1954) 148,775

    18. 8.7 Forrest Gump (1994) 631,882

    19. 8.7 The Matrix (1999) 693,211

    20. 8.7 The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002) 616,206

    21. 8.7 City of God (2002) 315,428

    22. 8.6 Se7en (1995) 559,296

    23. 8.6 The Silence of the Lambs (1991) 469,593

    24. 8.6 Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) 131,829

    25. 8.6 Casablanca (1942) 256,070

    26. 8.6 The Usual Suspects (1995) 437,706

    27. 8.6 Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) 399,922

    28. 8.6 Rear Window (1954) 193,310

    29. 8.6 It's a Wonderful Life (1946) 165,301

    30. 8.6 Psycho (1960) 244,201

    31. 8.6 Léon: The Professional (1994) 407,909

    32. 8.5 Sunset Blvd. (1950) 86,957

    33. 8.5 American History X (1998) 443,481

    34. 8.5 Memento (2000) 504,191

    35. 8.5 Apocalypse Now (1979) 281,097

    36. 8.5 Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) 433,048

    37. 8.5 Saving Private Ryan (1998) 491,418

    38. 8.5 Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) 229,442

    39. 8.5 City Lights (1931) 55,902

    40. 8.5 Alien (1979) 325,271

    41. 8.5 Spirited Away (2001) 216,392

    42. 8.5 North by Northwest (1959) 141,405

    43. 8.5 Modern Times (1936) 70,936

    44. 8.5 Django Unchained (2012) 320,543

    45. 8.5 Citizen Kane (1941) 199,702

    46. 8.5 Back to the Future (1985) 385,558

    47. 8.5 The Shining (1980) 340,405

    48. 8.5 The Dark Knight Rises (2012) 586,406

    49. 8.5 The Pianist (2002) 265,985

    50. 8.4 Life Is Beautiful (1997) 211,177

    51. 8.4 The Departed (2006) 487,150

    52. 8.4 M (1931) 62,925

    53. 8.4 Vertigo (1958) 147,641

    54. 8.4 Paths of Glory (1957) 71,367

    55. 8.4 American Beauty (1999) 504,936

    56. 8.4 Taxi Driver (1976) 290,407

    57. 8.4 Double Indemnity (1944) 60,094

    58. 8.4 Aliens (1986) 294,715

    59. 8.4 Toy Story 3 (2010) 284,523

    60. 8.4 WALL·E (2008) 384,196

    61. 8.4 The Lives of Others (2006) 150,638

    62. 8.4 The Intouchables (2011) 177,325

    63. 8.4 The Green Mile (1999) 399,182

    64. 8.4 Gladiator (2000) 538,580

    65. 8.4 A Clockwork Orange (1971) 323,834

    66. 8.4 The Great Dictator (1940) 69,691

    67. 8.4 Amélie (2001) 320,059

    68. 8.4 The Prestige (2006) 441,749

    69. 8.4 Lawrence of Arabia (1962) 119,579

    70. 8.4 To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) 130,364

    71. 8.4 Reservoir Dogs (1992) 376,389

    72. 8.4 Das Boot (1981) 108,036

    73. 8.4 Cinema Paradiso (1988) 83,179

    74. 8.3 The Third Man (1949) 74,297

    75. 8.3 Requiem for a Dream (2000) 343,031

    76. 8.3 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) 50,459

    77. 8.3 The Lion King (1994) 321,317

    78. 8.3 Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) 396,678

    79. 8.3 Once Upon a Time in America (1984) 131,915

    80. 8.3 Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983) 368,139

    81. 8.3 Full Metal Jacket (1987) 275,829

    82. 8.3 L.A. Confidential (1997) 268,653

    83. 8.3 Braveheart (1995) 434,538

    84. 8.3 Chinatown (1974) 133,248

    85. 8.3 Oldboy (2003) 193,449

    86. 8.3 Singin' in the Rain (1952) 90,510

    87. 8.3 Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) 242,681

    88. 8.3 Some Like It Hot (1959) 109,316

    89. 8.3 Bicycle Thieves (1948) 51,272

    90. 8.3 Metropolis (1927) 67,823

    91. 8.3 Amadeus (1984) 165,747

    92. 8.3 Rashomon (1950) 62,851

    93. 8.3 Princess Mononoke (1997) 121,669

    94. 8.3 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) 249,999

    95. 8.3 All About Eve (1950) 52,388

    96. 8.3 The Sting (1973) 106,548

    97. 8.3 Unforgiven (1992) 172,179

    98. 8.3 The Apartment (1960) 63,789

    99. 8.3 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) 304,044

    100. 8.3 Raging Bull (1980) 146,448

    101. 8.3 The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) 93,318

    102. 8.3 Witness for the Prosecution (1957) 32,196

    103. 8.3 Grave of the Fireflies (1988) 66,900

    104. 8.3 Die Hard (1988) 356,185

    105. 8.3 Batman Begins (2005) 545,318

    106. 8.3 A Separation (2011) 82,347

    107. 8.3 Yojimbo (1961) 45,568

    108. 8.3 Inglourious Basterds (2009) 447,492

    109. 8.3 Snatch. (2000) 351,651

    110. 8.3 For a Few Dollars More (1965) 85,305

    111. 8.2 The Great Escape (1963) 100,356

    112. 8.2 Downfall (2004) 152,369

    113. 8.2 Pan's Labyrinth (2006) 282,993

    114. 8.2 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) 49,906

    115. 8.2 Up (2009) 328,642

    116. 8.2 On the Waterfront (1954) 62,928

    117. 8.2 Toy Story (1995) 327,438

    118. 8.2 The Elephant Man (1980) 100,572

    119. 8.2 The Seventh Seal (1957) 67,165

    120. 8.2 Heat (1995) 266,362

    121. 8.2 The General (1926) 31,522

    122. 8.2 The Maltese Falcon (1941) 74,195

    123. 8.2 Blade Runner (1982) 298,036

    124. 8.2 The Kid (1921) 30,820

    125. 8.2 Rebecca (1940) 55,398

    126. 8.2 Gran Torino (2008) 324,591

    127. 8.2 Wild Strawberries (1957) 37,525

    128. 8.2 Scarface (1983) 308,496

    129. 8.2 Fargo (1996) 260,118

    130. 8.2 Ran (1985) 50,662

    131. 8.2 The Big Lebowski (1998) 313,891

    132. 8.2 Touch of Evil (1958) 48,121

    133. 8.2 The Deer Hunter (1978) 147,391

    134. 8.2 Cool Hand Luke (1967) 76,903

    135. 8.2 The Gold Rush (1925) 37,370

    136. 8.1 Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998) 249,271

    137. 8.1 No Country for Old Men (2007) 360,364

    138. 8.1 It Happened One Night (1934) 39,221

    139. 8.1 Sin City (2005) 422,012

    140. 8.1 Strangers on a Train (1951) 57,826

    141. 8.1 Jaws (1975) 240,796

    142. 8.1 Casino (1995) 195,650

    143. 8.1 The Sixth Sense (1999) 429,888

    144. 8.1 Platoon (1986) 183,767

    145. 8.1 The Thing (1982) 158,372

    146. 8.1 Trainspotting (1996) 279,802

    147. 8.1 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) 93,405

    148. 8.1 The Avengers (2012) 492,316

    149. 8.1 The Wizard of Oz (1939) 173,055

    150. 8.1 High Noon (1952) 51,758

    151. 8.1 Good Will Hunting (1997) 321,159

    152. 8.1 Hotel Rwanda (2004) 164,027

    153. 8.1 Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) 427,654

    154. 8.1 Warrior (2011) 165,475

    155. 8.1 The Secret in Their Eyes (2009) 65,073

    156. 8.1 Annie Hall (1977) 114,565

    157. 8.1 Gone with the Wind (1939) 135,169

    158. 8.1 The Grapes of Wrath (1940) 38,135

    159. 8.1 My Neighbor Totoro (1988) 76,533

    160. 8.1 Notorious (1946) 47,876

    161. 8.1 Into the Wild (2007) 231,831

    162. 8.1 V for Vendetta (2005) 454,600

    163. 8.1 Finding Nemo (2003) 360,742

    164. 8.1 Life of Brian (1979) 166,333

    165. 8.1 How to Train Your Dragon (2010) 214,715

    166. 8.1 Dial M for Murder (1954) 58,304

    167. 8.1 The King's Speech (2010) 254,469

    168. 8.1 There Will Be Blood (2007) 229,136

    169. 8.1 The Big Sleep (1946) 42,939

    170. 8.1 The Night of the Hunter (1955) 40,470

    171. 8.1 Network (1976) 62,999

    172. 8.1 The Terminator (1984) 340,598

    173. 8.1 Ben-Hur (1959) 96,828

    174. 8.1 Million Dollar Baby (2004) 273,256

    175. 8.1 Stand by Me (1986) 163,206

    176. 8.1 Groundhog Day (1993) 255,218

    177. 8.1 Donnie Darko (2001) 363,667

    178. 8.1 Twelve Monkeys (1995) 286,576

    179. 8.1 Dog Day Afternoon (1975) 113,792

    180. 8.1 Mary and Max (2009) 58,970

    181. 8.1 The 400 Blows (1959) 41,344

    182. 8.1 Amores Perros (2000) 110,110

    183. 8.1 Black Swan (2010) 333,853

    184. 8.1 The Bourne Ultimatum (2007) 290,892

    185. 8.1 Persona (1966) 32,349

    186. 8.1 Gandhi (1982) 98,557

    187. 8.1 Howl's Moving Castle (2004) 107,009

    188. 8.0 The Killing (1956) 40,265

    189. 8.0 The Graduate (1967) 135,455

    190. 8.0 A Beautiful Mind (2001) 303,782

    191. 8.0 The Princess Bride (1987) 189,251

    192. 8.0 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012) 287,294

    193. 8.0 Life of Pi (2012) 182,692

    194. 8.0 8½ (1963) 49,589

    195. 8.0 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) 34,210

    196. 8.0 The Hustler (1961) 39,469

    197. 8.0 La Strada (1954) 29,177

    198. 8.0 Slumdog Millionaire (2008) 381,983

    199. 8.0 Rocky (1976) 197,407

    200. 8.0 The Manchurian Candidate (1962) 49,252

    201. 8.0 Anatomy of a Murder (1959) 28,646

    202. 8.0 The Exorcist (1973) 192,222

    203. 8.0 The Wild Bunch (1969) 46,737

    204. 8.0 The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) 35,827

    205. 8.0 Rope (1948) 58,714

    206. 8.0 Barry Lyndon (1975) 63,203

    207. 8.0 Stalag 17 (1953) 30,405

    208. 8.0 The Artist (2011/I) 116,935

    209. 8.0 Sleuth (1972) 27,374

    210. 8.0 Stalker (1979) 39,162

    211. 8.0 In the Name of the Father (1993) 56,445

    212. 8.0 Infernal Affairs (2002) 58,054

    213. 8.0 Roman Holiday (1953) 56,763

    214. 8.0 The Truman Show (1998) 355,248

    215. 8.0 Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) 466,888

    216. 8.0 Memories of Murder (2003) 28,474

    217. 8.0 Monsters, Inc. (2001) 284,636

    218. 8.0 District 9 (2009) 340,428

    219. 8.0 A Fistful of Dollars (1964) 72,589

    220. 8.0 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011) 264,619

    221. 8.0 Ip Man (2008) 73,453

    222. 8.0 The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (2007) 62,533

    223. 8.0 Ratatouille (2007) 280,570

    224. 8.0 Star Trek (2009) 299,754

    225. 8.0 A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) 55,115

    226. 8.0 La Haine (1995) 56,299

    227. 8.0 Jurassic Park (1993) 302,722

    228. 8.0 Shutter Island (2010) 380,825

    229. 8.0 All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) 34,827

    230. 8.0 Beauty and the Beast (1991) 167,505

    231. 8.0 Incendies (2010) 30,489

    232. 8.0 3 Idiots (2009) 66,934

    233. 8.0 Rain Man (1988) 241,859

    234. 8.0 Rosemary's Baby (1968) 93,268

    235. 8.0 Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984) 47,005

    236. 8.0 Harvey (1950) 33,963

    237. 8.0 Like Stars on Earth (2007) 30,030

    238. 8.0 Mystic River (2003) 230,133

    239. 8.0 Papillon (1973) 54,517

    240. 8.0 Manhattan (1979) 69,930

    241. 8.0 The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012) 117,248

    242. 8.0 Nosferatu (1922) 48,473

    243. 8.0 Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... and Spring (2003) 37,826

    244. 8.0 The Help (2011) 157,475

    245. 7.9 Three Colors: Red (1994) 38,838

    246. 7.9 The Wrestler (2008) 190,943

    247. 7.9 The Untouchables (1987) 149,868

    248. 7.9 In the Mood for Love (2000) 44,774

    249. 7.9 La Dolce Vita (1960) 29,861

    250. 7.9 The Celebration (1998) 42,254
     
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    #6: 12 Angry Men (1957)
    Styles for jurors in 1957: Suits, Shirts & Ties, dress shoes

    I thought I would dig in on this "challenge" to start viewing some of the greatest films mentioned in the list - and for me, this is not the first time for 12 Angry Men. But watching it again reveals some of the modern day natures of "men" in their roles to pass judgment on another person, and how their prejudices (both good and bad) played out in this inspiring screen play.

    Anger comes in many forms, and lack of anger - or even passive anger - reveals itself in this great film. How we interact with others, especially if they are our colleagues in some respect (whether temporary or long-term) - is essential to our own character, actions, and summary reputation.

    I recommend to you another viewing. (Amazon Instant rents it for $2.99, or Netflix will ship it, unless you already own a copy)

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    That list is shit.
     
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    THE DARK KNIGHT RISES - 2007

    With a more robust serious screen play this time around - The Dark Knight once again brought back my early childhood the seriousness of the famous character as originally portrayed in the original graphic novels. And although I enjoyed the Michael Keaton version in the 1980's, it appeared the franchise developed into a joke of sorts (IMHO).

    The Dark Knight revisits the child from a stylish world losing his parents to a horrible murder - and is nurtured the remainder of his life without a mother. His education superb, and the use of his wealth, but still he fell victim to betrayals (as we all do).

    Soon - another rendition of the current franchise will be released - and I will add it to my collection.
     
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    1. I loved Django- was surprised because I don't generally like Tarantino. Making me rethink that.

    2. Saw One Flew Over the Cuckoo's over the wknd also. Just read the book, and of course the film doesn't do it justice. Mental Hospitals are a crime. Even today a lot of what happened in that film can still occur. The patients don't have enough rights.
     
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    Your credentials are?

    You work as a film critic for?
     
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    I'm intrigued by this but I'm also reading the 1001 books to read before you die.

    I think I will focus on watching the films I haven't seen- Top to Bottom if that's OK. Then I'll get through them by 2015.

    Grand daughter, eh?

    You must be as old as me.
     
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    Also, David, you have one of the most pretentious and awful writing styles on SF. And this a site filled with pretentious and awful writing styles.
     
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    Exceptional . . .

    " . . . reading the hearts and minds of others in order to present yourself as others may expect, but with an eye on the final outcome."

    This film, in part, reminds me of my very young days of playing chess with Bobby Fischer - as some of the principles in this screenplay are portrayed. Moreover, this film extends the advance play in achieving an outcome through careful and precise planning, but arrives at . . . (spoiler).

    Highly recommended for the serious thinker,

    David
     
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    One needn't find all of said examples of the cinematic cannon as enjoyable as others.

    I know mine own daughter selected one iteration at random, thoroughly enjoyed it, and would have refrained from using as foul a set of language as you, sir.

    All my best,

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    SILENCE OF THE LAMBS

    Even after a fourth viewing of this great film with great actors - the story is still as gripping as when I first viewed it.

    If you live in moderate to big size city - this one will be a continual reminder of how "professional" relationships can take a strange twist.

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    THE DARK KNIGHT - 2008

    As a DC fan from an early childhood, Batman seemed to always have a dark side to him - until a few of the later films started making him look like a stooge.

    So when I took a chance a few years ago and watched this version - I immediately went out and purchased it for my library.

    Startling story, good structure, and finally a return to what the original DC authors had in mind.
     
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    THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY

    Another great film to revisit from time to time. Knowing how it all ends does not take away other new insights gained in the psychology of the story each time it is watched.

    A keeper.
     
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    Hey Jodie: KANCHO!!!!
     
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    FIGHT CLUB

    Aside from the talents of Brad Pitt and Edward Norton, this revisit to an oldie-but-goodie allows us to deep further into the psychology of the inner-struggles to conquer anticipated pain deliberately.

    I am sure if there are any war veterans who experienced combat, hand-to-hand, fist-a-cuffs, and the brutality of war with the subsequent body pain - they would probably see this film in a connected value, albeit a fictional story that would never amount to the actual experience.
     
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    IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE

    Getting a head start on the upcoming Christmas Season (12 weeks) - with this great classic.

    Many of today's folks did not grow up watching this film on TV, and perhaps even their parents missed it. Sad, because this film touches on the historical view of human nature and how some of us can live above the "crowd" so matter what the financial or power temptations may be.
     
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    I'm also a huge fan of this movie.. but I'll save it for a Snowy night, I'm sure it won't be too long in coming! I agree that this film is so much more than a simple story. It's a commentary on the human condition: suffering. And how to realize that we can have joy in the midst of that suffering, if we only have the right perspective.
     

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