Who’s That Knocking At My Door?
The Sixth Sense was the first great movie i ever saw. Ive seen it enough times to recite every line.
Distant Voices, Still Lives
Cries and Whispers…forever.
Harold and Maude
or Blues Brothers…I’m sorry.
Late Spring (Ozu)
The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
Some great films on here. Nice responses everyone!
Mine is Playtime.
The Graduate. I love everything about this film. I show it in my into to film class and it is able to make a room full of cynical 20 somethings laugh and write inspiring papers. The cinematography is inventive from the long takes to the zooms. The acting is sublime and the use of a pre-recorded, commercial, soundtrack groundbreaking. Mike Nichol’s has an amazing achievement with The Graduate. It’s a film that some 40 yrs after it’s release forges a connection with its viewers unlike any film I’ve ever screened. I have seen the film countless times and each time I watch it I notice something new. And this is why I will always love The Graduate.
THE HOTTIE AND THE NOTTIE… No wait, I mean CITIZEN KANE.
Pandora and the Flying Dutchman
Goodfellas… has to be.
…after all these years, still Seven Samurai
The Warriors OG cut
Keaton’s THE GENERAL. Now and forever.
Without even thinking about it: The Thin Red Line
Casablanca. It’s not my favorite, but it’s steady, it’s timeless. Memorable lines, the La Marseillaise scene (wow), underated humor, and Ingrid Bergman. You just can’t go wrong.
Lawrence of Arabia