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Robert Altman

By: Ally the Manic Listmak​er

A ranked list.

Tier One: Favorites
1. The Long Goodbye
2. Three Women
3. Gosford Park
4. The Player
5. Kansas City
6. California Split

Tier Two: Decent Films
7. Thieves Like Us
8. M*A*S*H
9. The Gingerbread Man
10. Secret Honor (1984)
11. That Cold Day in the Park (1969)
12. A Wedding
13. Brewster McCloud
14. The Company (Saw this movie a few days after Altman died, in tribute to him.)
15. Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull’s History Lesson
16. A Prairie Home Companion

Tier Three: Not That Great
17. Fool for Love
18. Vincent & Theo
19. Popeye (1980)
20. Nashville (I saw it in Nashville)
21. McCabe & Mrs. Miller
22. Dr. T & The Women
23. Cookie’s Fortune
24. Short Cuts (perhaps I’d like it more on a rewatch)

Tier Four: Unbearable
25. Streamers
26. Images
27. Prêt-à-Porter

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I thought I was the only one who didn't really care for Nashville. 3 Women is easily my favorite of his I watched thus far. :)

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Jaspar Lamar Crabb


C'mon? Nashville? McCabe & Mrs. Miller? Short Cuts? these, along with MASH are Altman's masterpieces Tier Three: Not That Great 15. Fool for Love not in the database 16. Vincent & Theo 17. Popeye (1980) not in the database 18. Nashville (I saw it in Nashville) 19. McCabe & Mrs. Miller 20. Dr. T & The Women 21. Cookie’s Fortune 22. Short Cuts (perhaps I’d like it more on a rewatch) OC & STIGGS...not awful, but except for the presence of Paul Dooley, it's not particularly Atlmaneque

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Ally the Manic Listmaker


Richard Gere movie was pretty bad too. It was the biggest WTF ending ever.

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Dimitris Psachos


Images unbearable but Richard Gere is...OK? ;)