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Thomas T

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Beginning a bit earlier from my personal collection...and cheating a bit with some multiple choices: 1920's-1930's

1920 The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari
1921 The Kid
1922 Robin Hood / Nosferatu
1923 Safety Last
1924 The Last Laugh / Sherlock Jr.
1925 Ben Hur / The Lost World
1926 The General / Faust (Not Yet On Blu in the U.S.)
1927 Sunrise / Napoleon / Metropolis
1928 The Man Who Laughs / Speedy
1929 Pandora's Box (Not Yet On Blu in the U.S.)
1930 All Quiet On the Western Front / City Girl (Not Yet on Blu in U.S.)
1931 City Lights / M
1932 Counsellor At Law (Not Yet On Blu in the U.S.) / The Mummy
1933 Sons of the Desert / Queen Christina (Not Yet On Blu in the U.S.) / King Kong / 42nd Street

1934 It Happened On Night / The Thin Man
1935 Bride of Frankenstein / A Night At the Opera
(Not Yet On Blu in the U.S.)
1936 Libeled Lady / Swingtime / Modern Times
1937 Life Of Emile Zola
(Not Yet On Blu in the U.S.) / The Awful Truth
1938 Bringing Up Baby
(Not Yet on Blu In the U.S.) / Adventures of Robin Hood
1939 The Hunchback Of Notre Dame / Beau Geste / Gunga Din
(Not Yet On Blu in the U.S.) / Le Jour Se Leve

Only one match on your list: City Lights! I guess we won't be going to the movies together anytime soon ;)
 

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Here's mine - and it was an incredibly tough list to make. For many years I struggled with what I'd call my "favorite" as there were many. Other years I struggled to actually *find* a "favorite" as I just didn't consider them to be very good years. As always, I totally ignored popularity, Oscars, and what are considered "good" movies, totally focusing on what *I* liked best. One of my toughest choices was selecting 1968's Planet of the Apes over 2001: A Space Odyssey. In the end, Planet won simply because I find parts of 2001 to be something of a slog. It was also difficult selecting 1956's Invasion of the Body Snatchers over Demille's The Ten Commandments and 1931's Frankenstein over Monkey Business. And those weren't the only tough choices.

1929 - The Cocoanuts
1930 - Animal Crackers
1931 - Frankenstein
1932 - Tarzan the Ape Man
1933 - King Kong
1934 - The Thin Man
1935 - Captain Blood
1936 - After the Thin Man
1937 - Topper
1938 - The Adventures of Robin Hood
1939 - The Hunchback of Notre Dame
1940 - His Girl Friday
1941 - Buck Privates
1942 - To Be or Not to Be
1943 - Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon
1944 - Arsenic and Old Lace
1945 - Christmas in Connecticut
1946 - My Darling Clementine
1947 - Miracle on 34th Street
1948 - The Three Musketeers
1949 - Ma and Pa Kettle
1950 - Treasure Island
1951 - Day the Earth Stood Still
1952 - Monkey Business
1953 - The War of the Worlds
1954 - Gojira!
1955 - Mister Roberts
1956 - Invasion of the Body Snatchers
1957 - Bridge on the River Kwai
1958 - The Fly
1959 - Journey to the Center of the Earth
1960 - Spartacus
1961 - Pit and the Pendulum
1962 - The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence
1963 - Charade
1964 - My Fair Lady
1965 - The Sons of Katie Elder
1966 - The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly
1967 - In Like Flint
1968 - Planet of the Apes
1969 - Paint Your Wagon
1970 - M*A*S*H
1971 - A Clockwork Orange
1972 - What's Up Doc?
1973 - The Three Musketeers
1974 - Blazing Saddles
1975 - Monty Python and the Holy Grail
1976 - In the Dust of Stars
1977 - Star Wars (aka Star Wars IV: A New Hope)
1978 - Animal House
1979 - Alien
1980 - The Shining
1981 - Raiders of the Lost Ark
1982 - Blade Runner
1983 - The Right Stuff
1984 - This is Spinal Tap
1985 - Fright Night
1986 - The Fly
1987 - The Princess Bride
1988 - A Fish Called Wanda
1989 - Batman
1990 - Total Recall
1991 - The Addams Family
1992 - Army of Darkness
1993 - Dazed and Confused
1994 - The Legend of Drunken Master
1995 - Twelve Monkeys
1996 - Rumble in the Bronx
1997 - Gattaca
1998 - Rush Hour
1999 - Galaxy Quest
2000 - The Chronicles of Riddick: Pitch Black
2001 - The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
2002 - The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
2003 - The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
2004 - Shaun of the Dead
2005 - King Kong
2006 - Black Sheep
2007 - Pirates of the Carribean: At World's End
2008 - Journey to the Center of the Earth
2009 - Moon
2010 - Tucker and Dale vs. Evil
2011 - Rise of the Planet of the Apes
2012 - The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
2013 - The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
2014 - The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
2015 - The Martian
2016 - Deadpool
2017 - Wonder Woman
 

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Here's mine - and it was an incredibly tough list to make. For many years I struggled with what I'd call my "favorite" as there were many. Other years I struggled to actually *find* a "favorite" as I just didn't consider them to be very good years. As always, I totally ignored popularity, Oscars, and what are considered "good" movies, totally focusing on what *I* liked best. One of my toughest choices was selecting 1968's Planet of the Apes over 2001: A Space Odyssey. In the end, Planet won simply because I find parts of 2001 to be something of a slog. It was also difficult selecting 1956's Invasion of the Body Snatchers over Demille's The Ten Commandments and 1931's Frankenstein over Monkey Business. And those weren't the only tough choices.

1929 - The Cocoanuts
1930 - Animal Crackers
1931 - Frankenstein
1932 - Tarzan the Ape Man
1933 - King Kong
1934 - The Thin Man
1935 - Captain Blood
1936 - After the Thin Man
1937 - Topper
1938 - The Adventures of Robin Hood
1939 - The Hunchback of Notre Dame
1940 - His Girl Friday
1941 - Buck Privates
1942 - To Be or Not to Be
1943 - Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon
1944 - Arsenic and Old Lace
1945 - Christmas in Connecticut
1946 - My Darling Clementine
1947 - Miracle on 34th Street
1948 - The Three Musketeers
1949 - Ma and Pa Kettle
1950 - Treasure Island
1951 - Day the Earth Stood Still
1952 - Monkey Business
1953 - The War of the Worlds
1954 - Gojira!
1955 - Mister Roberts
1956 - Invasion of the Body Snatchers
1957 - Bridge on the River Kwai
1958 - The Fly
1959 - Journey to the Center of the Earth
1960 - Spartacus
1961 - Pit and the Pendulum
1962 - The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence
1963 - Charade
1964 - My Fair Lady
1965 - The Sons of Katie Elder
1966 - The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly
1967 - In Like Flint
1968 - Planet of the Apes
1969 - Paint Your Wagon
1970 - M*A*S*H
1971 - A Clockwork Orange
1972 - What's Up Doc?
1973 - The Three Musketeers
1974 - Blazing Saddles
1975 - Monty Python and the Holy Grail
1976 - In the Dust of Stars
1977 - Star Wars (aka Star Wars IV: A New Hope)
1978 - Animal House
1979 - Alien
1980 - The Shining
1981 - Raiders of the Lost Ark
1982 - Blade Runner
1983 - The Right Stuff
1984 - This is Spinal Tap
1985 - Fright Night
1986 - The Fly
1987 - The Princess Bride
1988 - A Fish Called Wanda
1989 - Batman
1990 - Total Recall
1991 - The Addams Family
1992 - Army of Darkness
1993 - Dazed and Confused
1994 - The Legend of Drunken Master
1995 - Twelve Monkeys
1996 - Rumble in the Bronx
1997 - Gattaca
1998 - Rush Hour
1999 - Galaxy Quest
2000 - The Chronicles of Riddick: Pitch Black
2001 - The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
2002 - The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
2003 - The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
2004 - Shaun of the Dead
2005 - King Kong
2006 - Black Sheep
2007 - Pirates of the Carribean: At World's End
2008 - Journey to the Center of the Earth
2009 - Moon
2010 - Tucker and Dale vs. Evil
2011 - Rise of the Planet of the Apes
2012 - The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
2013 - The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
2014 - The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
2015 - The Martian
2016 - Deadpool
2017 - Wonder Woman

Thanks, Howie for taking the time and effort to make up your list and a very personal list it is too. I would imagine you raised a few eyebrows with your choice of Paint Your Wagon for 1969's top spot.
 

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Thanks, Howie for taking the time and effort to make up your list and a very personal list it is too. I would imagine you raised a few eyebrows with your choice of Paint Your Wagon for 1969's top spot.
I'm sure! It was another tough year as that one also has On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Easy Rider, The Wild Bunch, Take the Money and Run, and several other favorites. As it's one of a handful of musicals I actually like and will watch without someone else making the selection I felt it had to be there. My Fair Lady is another as is Singin' in the Rain, which lost out to Monkey Business by a hair.
 

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Here's mine - and it was an incredibly tough list to make. For many years I struggled with what I'd call my "favorite" as there were many. Other years I struggled to actually *find* a "favorite" as I just didn't consider them to be very good years. As always, I totally ignored popularity, Oscars, and what are considered "good" movies, totally focusing on what *I* liked best. One of my toughest choices was selecting 1968's Planet of the Apes over 2001: A Space Odyssey. In the end, Planet won simply because I find parts of 2001 to be something of a slog. It was also difficult selecting 1956's Invasion of the Body Snatchers over Demille's The Ten Commandments and 1931's Frankenstein over Monkey Business. And those weren't the only tough choices.

...

I like the inclusion of a lot of 'genre'' films in your list. I love a lot of the films in your list, but tend to get in a 'hoighty-toighty mindset' when compiling these sorts of lists. :)

I can't believe I overlooked The Right Stuff for my 1983 selection. As much as I love Tender Mercies and Duvall's performance, The Right Stuff is just a bit more of a favorite (in no small part due to the scope of the film.)

Anyway, nice list.

- Walter.
 

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A great list and idea for a thread, Thomas T. :thumbs-up-smiley:

My point-counter-point list is now activated and being compiled, but won’t be ready until March of 2024; as I must first watch all of the unseen films on your own list - and everyone else’s - in order to have a fair and balanced debate.:oops:

P.S. If I do not post by the above given date, then this will indicate that I am in a full and 100% agreement.:cool:
 
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This list is purely my favorites rather than it being what I think is the best movie of each year. As you'll be able to tell, my knowledge of movies prior to the late 60's doesn't go much beyond the famous directors of the era and horror movies (especially the 30's where it's dominated by Universal horror pictures).

A few years were tough to even find a movie that I REALLY like (Predator is cool and all but it's probably the first time that it's been on a list with Vertigo) but other years had a ton of choices. 1974 and surprisingly 1994 were the toughest for me to narrow down. Chinatown, The Conversation, Female Trouble & The Godfather Part II and Ed Wood, Natural Born KIllers and Wes Craven's New Nightmare are also all favorites of mine so choosing was tough. And in 1997, I love Boogie Nights but Titanic edged it out by a hair.

And the only reason that The Rise Of Skywalker didn't get the top slot for 2019 was because Once Upon A Time In Hollywood was just undeniably better. :)

1931- Frankenstein
1932- Murders In The Rue Morgue
1933- The Invisible Man
1934- The Black Cat
1935- Bride Of Frankenstein
1936- Dracula’s Daughter
1937- Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs
1938- The Lady Vanishes
1939- Son Of Frankenstein
1940- Foreign Correspondent
1941- The Wolfman
1942- Cat People
1943- The Seventh Victim
1944- Double Indemnity
1945- The Body Snatcher
1946- Notorious
1947- Monsieur Verdoux
1948- Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein
1949- The Third Man
1950- Sunset Blvd.
1951- Ace In The Hole
1952- Limelight
1953- It Came From Outer Space
1954- Creature From The Black Lagoon
1955- The Night Of The Hunter
1956- The Killing
1957- The Bridge On The River Kwai
1958- Vertigo
1959- North By Northwest
1960- Psycho
1961- The Innocents
1962- To Kill A Mockingbird
1963- The Great Escape
1964- Marnie
1965- Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!
1966- The Good, The Bad And The Ugly
1967- Bonnie And Clyde
1968- Night Of The Living Dead
1969- The Wild Bunch
1970- Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls
1971- Shaft
1972- Pink Flamingos
1973- American Graffiti
1974- The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
1975- Jaws
1976- Taxi Driver
1977- Star Wars
1978- Halloween
1979- Dawn Of The Dead
1980- Star Wars: Episode V- The Empire Strikes Back
1981- Raiders Of The Lost Ark
1982- The Thing
1983- Star Wars: Episode VI- Return Of The Jedi
1984- Gremlins
1985- Back To The Future
1986- Aliens
1987- Predator
1988- Die Hard
1989- Back To The Future Part II
1990- Goodfellas
1991- The Silence Of The Lambs
1992- Reservoir Dogs
1993- Dazed And Confused
1994- Pulp Fiction
1995- Fargo
1996- Scream
1997- Titanic
1998- Saving Private Ryan
1999- Magnolia
2000- Almost Famous
2001- Mulholland Drive
2002- Panic Room
2003- Kill Bill Vol 1
2004- KIll Bill Vol 2
2005- Star Wars: Episode III- Revenge Of The Sith
2006- Clerks II
2007- Zodiac
2008- WALL-E
2009- Inglourious Basterds
2010- The Social Network
2011- Scream 4
2012- Django Unchained
2013- Inside Llewyn Davis
2014- Interstellar
2015- Star Wars: Episode VII- The Force Awakens
2016- Star Wars: Rogue One
2017- Star Wars: Episode VIII- The Last Jedi
2018- BlacKkKlansman
2019- Once Upon A Time In Hollywood


Like anyone else making a list like this, ask me tomorrow and my choices may be different.
 
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This list is purely my favorites rather than it being what I think is the best movie of each year. As you'll be able to tell, my knowledge of movies prior to the late 60's doesn't go much beyond the famous directors of the era and horror movies (especially the 30's where it's dominated by Universal horror pictures).

A few years were tough to even find a movie that I REALLY like (Predator is cool and all but it's probably the first time that it's been on a list with Vertigo) but other years had a ton of choices. 1974 and surprisingly 1994 were the toughest for me to narrow down. Chinatown, The Conversation, Female Trouble & The Godfather Part II and Ed Wood, Natural Born KIllers and Wes Craven's New Nightmare are also all favorites of mine so choosing was tough. And in 1997, I love Boogie Nights but Titanic edged it out by a hair.

And the only reason that The Rise Of Skywalker didn't get the top slot for 2019 was because Once Upon A Time In Hollywood was just undeniably better. :)

1931- Frankenstein
1932- Murders In The Rue Morgue
1933- The Invisible Man
1934- The Black Cat
1935- Bride Of Frankenstein
1936- Dracula’s Daughter
1937- Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs
1938- The Lady Vanishes
1939- Son Of Frankenstein
1940- Foreign Correspondent
1941- The Wolfman
1942- Cat People
1943- The Seventh Victim
1944- Double Indemnity
1945- The Body Snatcher
1946- Notorious
1947- Monsieur Verdoux
1948- Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein
1949- The Third Man
1950- Sunset Blvd.
1951- Ace In The Hole
1952- Limelight
1953- It Came From Outer Space
1954- Creature From The Black Lagoon
1955- The Night Of The Hunter
1956- The Killing
1957- The Bridge On The River Kwai
1958- Vertigo
1959- North By Northwest
1960- Psycho
1961- The Innocents
1962- To Kill A Mockingbird
1963- The Great Escape
1964- Marnie
1965- Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!
1966- The Good, The Bad And The Ugly
1967- Bonnie And Clyde
1968- Night Of The Living Dead
1969- The Wild Bunch
1970- Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls
1971- Shaft
1972- Pink Flamingos
1973- American Graffiti
1974- The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
1975- Jaws
1976- Taxi Driver
1977- Star Wars
1978- Halloween
1979- Dawn Of The Dead
1980- Star Wars: Episode V- The Empire Strikes Back
1981- Raiders Of The Lost Ark
1982- The Thing
1983- Star Wars: Episode III- Return Of The Jedi
1984- Gremlins
1985- Back To The Future
1986- Aliens
1987- Predator
1988- Die Hard
1989- Back To The Future Part II
1990- Goodfellas
1991- The Silence Of The Lambs
1992- Reservoir Dogs
1993- Dazed And Confused
1994- Pulp Fiction
1995- Fargo
1996- Scream
1997- Titanic
1998- Saving Private Ryan
1999- Magnolia
2000- Almost Famous
2001- Ghost World
2002- Panic Room
2003- Kill Bill Vol 1
2004- KIll Bill Vol 2
2005- Star Wars: Episode III- Revenge Of The Sith
2006- Clerks II
2007- Zodiac
2008- WALL-E
2009- Inglourious Basterds
2010- The Social Network
2011- Scream 4
2012- Django Unchained
2013- Inside Llewyn Davis
2014- Interstellar
2015- Star Wars: Episode VII- The Force Awakens
2016- Star Wars: Rogue One
2017- Star Wars: Episode VIII- The Last Jedi
2018- BlacKkKlansman
2019- Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Like anyone else making a list like this, ask me tomorrow and my choices may be different.

Lots of good stuff on your list. Love your inclusion of Marnie in your 1964 spot. Hitchcock's last masterpiece still has its share of detractors but I prefer it to many of his more popular films.
 

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I’m amazed and impressed you guys have been able to do this. Each time I try I get hopelessly stalled. It’s easy for me to do a few more recent years where I saw certain movies stupid number of times in theaters and can say by default that that was my choice, but I don’t know how to fill in the rest. In case I can’t crack this I just wanted to express my appreciation for those lists that have been posted already.
 

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So many great films in your list, Thomas, and not a single one stars you know who :D. As much as I like These Three, I'd rate Dodsworth a better film. I'd scratch Titanic, Crash and La La Land as unworthy of even being considered "good" movies. Three cheers for subjectivity!

Agree with you re LA LA LAND I hated it as did several of my friends (all female)
 

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I’m amazed and impressed you guys have been able to do this. Each time I try I get hopelessly stalled. It’s easy for me to do a few more recent years where I saw certain movies stupid number of times in theaters and can say by default that that was my choice, but I don’t know how to fill in the rest. In case I can’t crack this I just wanted to express my appreciation for those lists that have been posted already.

It took me about two days to compile my list. I didn't do it all in one sitting. If you're unsure about what movies were released in what year, Wikipedia is a big help. Just put, say, "1948 in film" in the search engine and it will give you a list of all films released in 1948.
 

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It took me about two days to compile my list. I didn't do it all in one sitting. If you're unsure about what movies were released in what year, Wikipedia is a big help. Just put, say, "1948 in film" in the search engine and it will give you a list of all films released in 1948.

I have my own collection in an app on my phone and I was thinking of sorting by year and looking at what I had here as a way to start... that’s a great cross reference idea too...
 

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Just so you know, Thomas, you've derailed most of my afternoon with this very fun little project. I have lots of university papers to grade, but this is a far more interesting way to spend my time. ;)

Compiling my list is going to take a fair amount of time...some years, the choice is easy, and others, it's a real conundrum. (I mean, 1939? Come on!)
 
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Here are my ten favourite movies of all time in order of preference:


ROCCO AND HIS BROTHERS (Italy)
BURMESE HARP (aka HARP OF BURMA) (Japan)
THE SEVENTH SEAL (Sweden)
LA STRADA (Italy)
1900 (Italy)
LAWRENCE OF ARABIA (United Kingdom)
QUIET FLOWS THE DON (Russia) -all three parts)
JEAN DE FLORETTE and the sequel MANON OF THE SPRING (France)
POETRY (Japan)
LES ENFANTS DU PARADIS (France)

The following 20 films round up my favourite 30 films (in no particular order)

COME AND SEE (Russia)
ROMA (Mexico)
SHIP OF FOOLS (USA)
ALL ABOUT MY MOTHER (Spain)
HUD (USA)
SOUTH PACIFIC (USA)
THE DEER HUNTER (USA)
SUBJECT WAS ROSES (USA)
THE LAST PICTURE SHOW (USA)
GONE WITH THE WIND (USA)
LES DIABOLIQUES ( aka THE FIENDS) (France)
BALLAD OF A SOLDIER ((Russia)
AMERICA ,AMERICA (USA)
BATTLESHIP POTEMPKIN (USSR)
STALINGRAD (Russia)
THE STUNT MAN (USA)
GIGI (USA)
HE WHO MUST DIE (Greece)
ZORBA THE GREEK (Greece)
PONETTE (France)
 

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It took me about two days to compile my list. I didn't do it all in one sitting. If you're unsure about what movies were released in what year, Wikipedia is a big help. Just put, say, "1948 in film" in the search engine and it will give you a list of all films released in 1948.
I started off by going through my list of Blu-rays to get started. Then added years that I had nothing for and corrected dates using Wikipedia. And it took me two days too.


I amended my list to include Mulholland Drive for the year 2001. I knew I'd forget something but that was a pretty embarrassing omission since I'd say it's probably the best movie of the 21st century.
 

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It took me about two days to compile my list. I didn't do it all in one sitting. If you're unsure about what movies were released in what year, Wikipedia is a big help. Just put, say, "1948 in film" in the search engine and it will give you a list of all films released in 1948.
I did mine in a few hours that day using mostly wikipedia:


When I got to the mid-90s or so I switched to IMDB advance search as it showed the films from "most to least popular" and I'd look through the first 200-300 or so. That was due to the number of films per year hitting 1500+ and becoming a chore to look through on wikipedia. It wasn't so bad at 1000 or less but over that was something of a slog.


Check "feature film" on the "Title Type", in the "Release Date" put the year wanted in both fields and press ENTER (or scroll to the bottom and click SEARCH). I took the default sort method.

Both methods were suplemented by my database of owned films as if I own it I generally like it. I'd pick my favorite from my database and then look to see if there was something I either don't yet own or has not yet been released on physical media. My database was the deciding factor in almost every instance.
 

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