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Kubrick Ranked

by Sagi Mendel
My rank included only the big films of Stanley Kubrick. N.1 : 2001: A Space Odyssey- The best Sci-Fi movie of all time. Perfection. N.2 : Barry Lyndon- Three hours story that feels like a half hour film. Most underrated movie of Kubrick. N.3 : The Killing- One of my most beloved Film-Noir of all time. Sophisticated and thirilling until the end. N.4 : Spartacus- After a great dilemma between the remain movies,I chose the epic story of spartacus Because the great war scenes,Kirk Douglas and the great plot. N.5 : Lolita- My guilty pleasure, Lolita taking the 5 place before movies like,Paths Of Glory,A Clockwork Orange and ETC. Petter Sellers… Read more

My rank included only the big films of Stanley Kubrick.
N.1 : 2001: A Space Odyssey-
The best Sci-Fi movie of all time. Perfection.
N.2 : Barry Lyndon-
Three hours story that feels like a half hour film. Most underrated movie of Kubrick.
N.3 : The Killing-
One of my most beloved Film-Noir of all time. Sophisticated and thirilling until the end.
N.4 : Spartacus-
After a great dilemma between the remain movies,I chose the epic story of spartacus Because the great war scenes,Kirk Douglas and the great plot.
N.5 : Lolita-
My guilty pleasure, Lolita taking the 5 place before movies like,Paths Of Glory,A Clockwork Orange and ETC. Petter Sellers almost at his best preformences(The best one is in another Kubrick film…)
N.6 : Paths Of Glory-
Good Film, one of the best end scene’s of all time.
N.7 : A Clockwork Orange-
Psycho Main charachter, psycho plot, psycho director.
N.8 : The Shining-
My TOP3 Horror movie of all time. Nicholson is amazing.
N.9 : Dr.Strangelove-
Peter Sellers at his best, funny and weird at the same time.
N.10 : Full Metal Jacket-
Training part is a truly a masterpice. The war part on the other hand, Is not so great.
N.11 : Eyes Wide Shut-
Maybe the most weird and inapprehensible movie i have ever seen.
N12 : Killer’s Kiss-
A cute little Film-Noir movie,nothing special.

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