Was 1962 the Best Year For Movies? A New Book Says Yes

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Whatever may be our favorite year in film, I’m really liking this suggestion of creating a thematic “stay at home” marathon. Meanwhile, in keeping with adherence to this thread, I should like to add some other titles from 1962:

Experiment in Terror
Gypsy
How the West Was Won
Long Day’s Journey into Night
Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation
Mutiny on the Bounty
Ride the High Country
Winter Light
 
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"Fight Club"
"Toy Story 2"
"Sixth Sense"
"American Beauty"
"Office Space"
"Mummy"
"Tarzan"
"Iron Giant"
"Bowfinger"
"Being John Malkovich"
"Dogma"
"Green Mile"
"Galaxy Quest"
"Talented Mr. Ripley"

Looks like a pretty good year to me! :)
Didn’t Election also come out in 1999? That’s a good one.
 
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