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Which ones have you seen and do you agree with the list?

 

Top 100 films - the full list:

 

100 - Jurassic Park

99 - La Belle et la Bete

98 - My Fair Lady

97 - Point Break

96 - Lost in Translation

95 - Grand Hotel

94 - La Haine

93 - Cool Hand Luke

92 - A bout de soffle

91 - Short Cuts

90 - Trainspotting

89 - A Touch of Evil

88 - Wild Strawberries

87 - Silence of the Lambs

86 - Nosferatu

85 - Dog Day Afternoon

84 - Festen

83 - Spartacus

82 - Chungking Express

81 - North by Northwest

80 - Tokyo Story

79 - Deliverance

78 - The Lady Eve

77 - Pather Panchali

76 - From Here To Eternity

75 - The Good, The Bad the Ugly

74 - Rosemary’s Baby

73 - Great Expectations

72 - Days of Heaven

71 - This Is Spinal Tap

70 - The Conversation

69 - Hidden (Cache)

68 - The Maltese Falcon

67 - The Piano

66 - Toy Story

65 - The Thin Blue Line

64 - Do The Right Thing

63 - On The Waterfront

62 - Taxi Driver

61 - Rashomon

60 - The Crying Game

59 - Pulp Fiction

58 - Dr Zhivago

57 - Raging Bull

56 - Whisky Galore

55 - The Matrix

54 - Roman Holiday

53 - Mildred Pierce

52 - La Dolce Vita

51 - Cabaret

50 - Blade Runner

49 - High Society

48 - Shoah

47 - Fargo

46 - All About Eve

45 - The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp

44 - A Streetcar Named Desire

43 - Terminator 2: Judgement Day

42 - Blue Velvet

41 - A Star Is Born

40 - The Life of Brian

39 - The Graduate

38 - Rear Window

37 - Beau Travail

36 - Jaws

35 - Withnail and I

34 - The Man Who Shot Libert Valance

33 - One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest

32 - The Empire Strikes Back

31 - His Girl Friday

30 - Rebel Without a Cause

29 - Duck Soup

28 - Gone With The Wind

27 - A Clockwork Orange

26 - Goodfellas

25 - Picnic at Hanging Rock

24 - The Philadelphia Story

23 - Some Like It Hot

22 - The Breakfast Club

21 - The Towering Inferno

20 - The Wizard of Oz

19 - The Exorcist

18 - Don’t Look Now

17 - Annie Hall

16 - Metropolis

15 - Apocalypse Now

14 - Jungle Book

13 - 2001

12 - Alien

11 - The Sound of Music

10 - The Godfather

9 - Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

8 - Sunset Boulevard

7 - Kes

6 - Vertigo

5 - The Shining

4 - Chinatown

3 - ET

2 - There Will Be Blood

1 - Casablanca

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Which ones have you seen and do you agree with the list?

 

Top 100 films - the full list:

 

100 - Jurassic Park

99 - La Belle et la Bete

98 - My Fair Lady

97 - Point Break

96 - Lost in Translation

95 - Grand Hotel

94 - La Haine

93 - Cool Hand Luke

92 - A bout de soffle

91 - Short Cuts

90 - Trainspotting

89 - A Touch of Evil

88 - Wild Strawberries

87 - Silence of the Lambs

86 - Nosferatu

85 - Dog Day Afternoon

84 - Festen

83 - Spartacus

82 - Chungking Express

81 - North by Northwest

80 - Tokyo Story

79 - Deliverance

78 - The Lady Eve

77 - Pather Panchali

76 - From Here To Eternity

75 - The Good, The Bad the Ugly

74 - Rosemary’s Baby

73 - Great Expectations

72 - Days of Heaven

71 - This Is Spinal Tap

70 - The Conversation

69 - Hidden (Cache)

68 - The Maltese Falcon

67 - The Piano

66 - Toy Story

65 - The Thin Blue Line

64 - Do The Right Thing

63 - On The Waterfront

62 - Taxi Driver

61 - Rashomon

60 - The Crying Game

59 - Pulp Fiction

58 - Dr Zhivago

57 - Raging Bull

56 - Whisky Galore

55 - The Matrix

54 - Roman Holiday

53 - Mildred Pierce

52 - La Dolce Vita

51 - Cabaret

50 - Blade Runner

49 - High Society

48 - Shoah

47 - Fargo

46 - All About Eve

45 - The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp

44 - A Streetcar Named Desire

43 - Terminator 2: Judgement Day

42 - Blue Velvet

41 - A Star Is Born

40 - The Life of Brian

39 - The Graduate

38 - Rear Window

37 - Beau Travail

36 - Jaws

35 - Withnail and I

34 - The Man Who Shot Libert Valance

33 - One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest

32 - The Empire Strikes Back

31 - His Girl Friday

30 - Rebel Without a Cause

29 - Duck Soup

28 - Gone With The Wind

27 - A Clockwork Orange

26 - Goodfellas

25 - Picnic at Hanging Rock

24 - The Philadelphia Story

23 - Some Like It Hot

22 - The Breakfast Club

21 - The Towering Inferno

20 - The Wizard of Oz

19 - The Exorcist

18 - Don’t Look Now

17 - Annie Hall

16 - Metropolis

15 - Apocalypse Now

14 - Jungle Book

13 - 2001

12 - Alien

11 - The Sound of Music

10 - The Godfather

9 - Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

8 - Sunset Boulevard

7 - Kes

6 - Vertigo

5 - The Shining

4 - Chinatown

3 - ET

2 - There Will Be Blood

1 - Casablanca

Did Happy Face write that list? :nufc:

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Never seen it but I object to eternal sunshine of the spotless mind being at number 9 purely because it has Jim Carrey in it and he shouldn't be in the top 10.

He's class in it though.

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Godfather should be higher than 10th imo. I've not actually seen many of them :rolleyes: but I have seen Dr Zhivago and there's no way that should be in the top 100 films I thought it was awful :nufc:

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I've never seen many films on lists like these. Or indeed many films generally I suppose. :rolleyes:

 

I make it about ten I've seen from the above, and two of those are Terminator 2 and the bloody Matrix. :nufc:

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Everyone about my age or older must have seen 'The Towering Inferno'. It used to be on TV about once every 6 months. Along with 'The Poseidon Adventure'.

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Which ones have you seen and do you agree with the list?

 

Top 100 films - the full list:

 

100 - Jurassic Park

99 - La Belle et la Bete

98 - My Fair Lady

97 - Point Break

96 - Lost in Translation

95 - Grand Hotel

94 - La Haine

93 - Cool Hand Luke

92 - A bout de soffle

91 - Short Cuts

90 - Trainspotting

89 - A Touch of Evil

88 - Wild Strawberries

87 - Silence of the Lambs

86 - Nosferatu

85 - Dog Day Afternoon

84 - Festen

83 - Spartacus

82 - Chungking Express

81 - North by Northwest

80 - Tokyo Story

79 - Deliverance

78 - The Lady Eve

77 - Pather Panchali

76 - From Here To Eternity

75 - The Good, The Bad the Ugly

74 - Rosemary’s Baby

73 - Great Expectations

72 - Days of Heaven

71 - This Is Spinal Tap

70 - The Conversation

69 - Hidden (Cache)

68 - The Maltese Falcon

67 - The Piano

66 - Toy Story

65 - The Thin Blue Line

64 - Do The Right Thing

63 - On The Waterfront

62 - Taxi Driver

61 - Rashomon

60 - The Crying Game

59 - Pulp Fiction

58 - Dr Zhivago

57 - Raging Bull

56 - Whisky Galore

55 - The Matrix

54 - Roman Holiday

53 - Mildred Pierce

52 - La Dolce Vita

51 - Cabaret

50 - Blade Runner

49 - High Society

48 - Shoah

47 - Fargo

46 - All About Eve

45 - The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp

44 - A Streetcar Named Desire

43 - Terminator 2: Judgement Day

42 - Blue Velvet

41 - A Star Is Born

40 - The Life of Brian

39 - The Graduate

38 - Rear Window

37 - Beau Travail

36 - Jaws

35 - Withnail and I

34 - The Man Who Shot Libert Valance

33 - One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest

32 - The Empire Strikes Back

31 - His Girl Friday

30 - Rebel Without a Cause

29 - Duck Soup

28 - Gone With The Wind

27 - A Clockwork Orange

26 - Goodfellas

25 - Picnic at Hanging Rock

24 - The Philadelphia Story

23 - Some Like It Hot

22 - The Breakfast Club

21 - The Towering Inferno

20 - The Wizard of Oz

19 - The Exorcist

18 - Don’t Look Now

17 - Annie Hall

16 - Metropolis

15 - Apocalypse Now

14 - Jungle Book

13 - 2001

12 - Alien

11 - The Sound of Music

10 - The Godfather

9 - Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

8 - Sunset Boulevard

7 - Kes

6 - Vertigo

5 - The Shining

4 - Chinatown

3 - ET

2 - There Will Be Blood

1 - Casablanca

 

The Breakfast club higher than Jaws. :nufc:

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I can see about 7 ridiculous one's in there straight away.

 

What is it a readers voted list?

I think it was voted for by the public, aye. A few glaring omissions in there too for me.

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Where the fuck is Cat on a Hot Tin Roof? I am livid here.

Great film. We did that at school.

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What I didn't know the first time I saw it, Burl Ives had already played 'Big Daddy' over one thousand times in the stage version. Legendary stuff.

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What I didn't know the first time I saw it, Burl Ives had already played 'Big Daddy' over one thousand times in the stage version. Legendary stuff.

Aye. I just know that from studying the play like. Not a hint of mendacity in his performance either :nufc:

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What I didn't know the first time I saw it, Burl Ives had already played 'Big Daddy' over one thousand times in the stage version. Legendary stuff.

Aye. I just know that from studying the play like. Not a hint of mendacity in his performance either :nufc:

 

 

Jesus wept, I've heard it all now.

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Surprised you've got 'Whisky Galore' in there but not stuff like 'The Lavender Hill Mob', 'The Ladykillers' or 'Kind Hearts and Coronets'. No 'The 39 Steps' either. No 'The Godfather 2'!

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What I didn't know the first time I saw it, Burl Ives had already played 'Big Daddy' over one thousand times in the stage version. Legendary stuff.

Aye. I just know that from studying the play like. Not a hint of mendacity in his performance either :nufc:

 

 

Jesus wept, I've heard it all now.

It's a word frequently used in the play / film, particularly by 'Brick'.

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What I didn't know the first time I saw it, Burl Ives had already played 'Big Daddy' over one thousand times in the stage version. Legendary stuff.

Aye. I just know that from studying the play like. Not a hint of mendacity in his performance either :nufc:

 

 

Jesus wept, I've heard it all now.

It's a word frequently used in the play / film, particularly by 'Brick'.

 

 

Let you off, thought you were getting all 'Fish' on me there :rolleyes:

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What I didn't know the first time I saw it, Burl Ives had already played 'Big Daddy' over one thousand times in the stage version. Legendary stuff.

Aye. I just know that from studying the play like. Not a hint of mendacity in his performance either :nufc:

 

 

Jesus wept, I've heard it all now.

It's a word frequently used in the play / film, particularly by 'Brick'.

 

 

Let you off, thought you were getting all 'Fish' on me there :rolleyes:

That play is the only reason I know what it means <_<

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