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The Best Movies Ever Made (Top 40) (Greatest Films Of All Time)

  • Published on Jan 4, 2013
  • In my opinion: these are really the best 40 movies ever made!!! Unfortunately I forgot to mention some movies like INTO THE WILD, LIFE OF PI or SHUTTER ISLAND (or INTERSTELLAR cause it came out after I've created this video)... BUT:
    Movies like LORD OF THE RINGS, STAR WARS, FIGHT CLUB, GOODFELLAS, SCARFACE, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN, 300, MAGNOLIA etc. or the whole old stuff like PSYCHO, CASABLANCA, CITIZEN KANE, 12 ANGRY MEN, THE GOOD THE BAD AND THE UGLY (entire Dollar-Trilogy),VERTIGO, CLOCKWORK ORANGE, ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST, THE KID, MODERN TIMES, THE GREAT DICTATOR, SEVEN SAMURAI, RAGING BULL, SHINING, JAWS, 2001 etc. etc. etc. most of them are great, even very great, of course!!! AND YES I've seen them all!!! But in my opinion, they can not be counted among the 40 best movies of all time only cause they are old, classic and have good ratings TODAY, most of them from people older than 60!!! Why am I emphasizing TODAY? Cause many of these todays "Big Classics" were nothing special at their time, some even have been hated and only many many years later and mostly after the death of the director they become classics!!! So what is the fault of the todays directors whose masterpieces came after the Hitchcocks, Kubricks & Co.?! Who can say what people gonna think about Nolan, Spielberg, Fincher, Cameron & Co. in 20, 30, 40 years (if they are even today legends)? Then their movies of the last years become classics! So what? In contrast to many of you, I have my own opinion and I'm not being influenced and impressed by the years and the todays status of a movie, what only additionally do manipulate and raise up the value and impression of it! And by the way... all the movies of my list have everywhere !!!extreme high!!! ratings too... you can check it yourself (for example at IMDb)!!!
    I'm not really a Kubrick, Lynch or Hitchcock fan! (AND YES I've watched many of their movies!)
    And for the critics here are the IMDb (by far the most credible rating stage) ratings of my movies:
    Memento: 8,5
    The Lion King: 8,5
    Jurassic Park 8,1
    The Exorcist: 8,0
    The Last Samurai: 7,7 (lil bit underrated, could be an 8,0 as well!)
    The Elephant Man: 8,2
    Cast Away: 7,7 (underrated, deserves minimum 8,2)
    Pulp Fiction: 9,0
    Rain Man: 8,0
    Inception 8,8
    Se7en: 8,7
    Good Will Hunting: 8,2
    Million Dollar Baby: 8,1
    Hachi: 8,2
    Munich: 7,6 (extremely underrated - deserved minimum 8,4)
    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest: 8,8
    The Game: 7,8 (underrated - deserved minimum 8.4)
    Gran Torino: 8,2
    American Beauty: 8,5
    Avatar: 7,9
    Léon: 8,6
    Blood Diamond: 8,0
    Terminator: 8,1
    Terminator 2: 8,5
    Indiana Jones: - Raiders Of The Lost Ark: 8,6
    - Temple Of Doom: 7,6 (underrated - deserved minimum 8,0)
    - Last Crusade: 8,3
    American History X: 8,6
    The Pianist: 8,5
    The Sixth Sense: 8,2
    Life Is Beautiful: 8,6
    Pan's Labyrinth: 8,3 (Lil' underrated - deserved minimum 8,6)
    Titanic: 7,7 (underrated - deserved minimum 8,4)
    The Shawshank Redemption: 9,3
    The Godfather: 9,2
    The Godfather Part II: 9,1
    Alien: 8,5
    Aliens: 8,4
    Braveheart: 8,4 (underrated - deserved minimum 8,8)
    The Matrix: 8,7
    Forrest Gump: 8,8
    Batman Begins: 8,3
    The Dark Knight: 9,0
    The Dark Knight Rises: 8,6
    Gladiator: 8,5 (deserved 8,8)
    The Green Mile: 8,5 (deserved minimum 8,9)
    Schindler's List: 8,9 (deserved minimum 9,3)
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Comments • 5 319

  • Rusty Shackleford

    Opinions are like assholes everyone has one.

  • William Overly
    William Overly Day ago

    I'll go with you on some of these such as SCHINDLER'S LIST and FORREST GUMP, but were is GONE WITH THE WIND,

  • Marline Flores
    Marline Flores Day ago

    You're missing a lot of very good movies....Deer Hunter ( Robert Deniro n Meryl Streep). Ghost ( Patrick Swayze n Demi Moore), Love Story ( Ryan O'Neal n Ali Mcgraw), The Untouchables ( Costner), No Way Out ( Costner), Air Force One (Harrison Ford). You're missing a lot.

  • Scary Bird
    Scary Bird Day ago

    Apparently everyone in this comment section is an expert on movies lol

  • Datu Hsn
    Datu Hsn 2 days ago

    Top 40 my as5!!! Eyy fck ur list.

  • Cruz Sevilla
    Cruz Sevilla 2 days ago

    Well, that's is his opinion

  • susan chase
    susan chase 3 days ago +1

    First time I've seen my favorite movie on any list.... The Professional... great stuff...........

  • rbd168
    rbd168 6 days ago

    There is NO such thing as the "best" of anything. It is only a matter of opinion, which differs from one person to the next. These days, "best ever" is totally overused; hence it has NO meaning.

  • Paul N/A
    Paul N/A 6 days ago

    your opinion sucks,

  • Bruce Warninger
    Bruce Warninger 7 days ago

    Of course this publisher should have called this "My Favorite 40 Movies". Thanks for posting your opinion, but this is NOT even close to the 40 greatest movies. Like in all things beautiful, it is in the eye of the beholder. Every decade had its great movies (even the silent years) like: Wings, Metropolis, It Happen on Night, Wizard of OZ, The Best Years of Our Life, Its a Wonderful Life, Ben Hur, etc. As an old guy, 67+, I really mostly enjoy the black and white stuff.

  • Evan Mark
    Evan Mark 7 days ago

    Greatest films of all time? May be some them. To this day I never get tired of watching Cecil B. de Milles- Ten Commandements (1956), Ben Hur (1958), The Sound of Music (after more than 50 yrs, it's still being talked about),and of course Gone with the Wind.

  • Essa Dawood
    Essa Dawood 8 days ago +3

    Please go back to the drawing board and consult the right people please.......... Seems like someone paid you

  • Alexander Perez Duran

    Para tus gustos,te falto 300 y Jhon Wick,ese listado algunas para los mejores 500,otras las mejores 200,y otras las mejores 100 y como 10 solo en las primeras 40 ,por cierto te falto Toy Stori ,pense que la tenias en mente.

  • Jeepman89
    Jeepman89 8 days ago

    Godfather 9? C'mon.

  • Bulfin Productions
    Bulfin Productions 8 days ago

    1. The Wolf of Wall Street
    2. Whiplash
    3. The Shawshank Redemption
    4. The Shining
    5. Raging Bull
    6. The Godfather
    7. Casablanca
    8. Back to the Future
    9. 12 Angry Men
    10. Pulp Fiction
    11. When Harry Met Sally...
    12. Singin' in the Rain
    13. A Clockwork Orange
    14. Rear Window
    15. The Dark Knight

  • sp4zt4zt1c
    sp4zt4zt1c 8 days ago

    My top 22 favorite movies.
    1. Coraline
    2. John Wick Trilogy
    3. LOTR Trilogy
    4. The Dark Knight Trilogy
    5. The Original Star Wars Trilogy
    6. Alien
    7. Predator
    8. Terminator
    9. A Nightmare On Elm Street
    10. Friday The 13th
    11. Freddy VS Jason
    12. Alien VS Predator
    13. Lion King
    14. King Candy
    15. The Avengers (1,3,&4)
    16. Halloween 1979
    17. Jaws
    18. Scarface
    19. Texas Chainsaw Massacre 1979
    20. The Shawshank Redemption
    21. It (Original)
    22. The Shining

  • Gregory Strang
    Gregory Strang 8 days ago

    So time began in 1972? The only reason I kept watching after 25 was to see just how ignorant of time and the facts you are. Stop embarrassing yourself. Take this astonishingly ridiculous video down

  • Crowmanion
    Crowmanion 8 days ago

    Inception wouldn't be in my top 1000.

  • Cornelius Jansen
    Cornelius Jansen 8 days ago

    So many of them seem to have been chosen because they some kind of political statement, not for their value as good entertainment. I don't want movie writers, directors, and actors telling how to think. Just look at how politically stupid and arrogant they have proven themselves to be in the last few years.

  • Janice Thompson
    Janice Thompson 8 days ago

    How about African Queen with Humphrey Bogart and Katherine Hepburn. Lots of classic movies that didn't make this cut.

  • Md Tariq
    Md Tariq 8 days ago

    here is my list. 1.The lord of the rings 1,2,3. 2. benjamin button. 3.Titanic..4 The martian .5.The godfather

  • Bob Schoonmaker
    Bob Schoonmaker 8 days ago

    Forest Gump! Really?

  • Bret Jackson
    Bret Jackson 9 days ago

    What a n insignificant and random selection. 30+ of these movies shouldn't be in the list. What about PAPPILON, GONE WITH THE WIND, PASSION OF THE CHRIST, E.T., SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY, MORNING, SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, REMAINS OF THE DAY, GOOD THE BAD AND THE UGLY... + many more. Stupid.

  • ekscentar1
    ekscentar1 9 days ago

    Taste is something we can't argue about. I just want to tell that all of the titles here are only US movies and that's reaaally very unfair. Have you ever seen Amarcord?

  • Ciudad Peluche
    Ciudad Peluche 9 days ago

    Putting a superhero trilogy in the fourth place... c' mon! Go see some good cinema. The US is not the only country that makes movies. Try some Goddard. Tarkovsky. Eisenstein. Almodovar. You only listed blockbusters. They don t necessarily have to be the best movies

  • Marjan Bordbar Zaki
    Marjan Bordbar Zaki 9 days ago

    Jewish choosed Jewish movies my friend , not more..

  • Explosive Muhammad
    Explosive Muhammad 9 days ago

    Goodlist but too contemporary 😁

  • Judo Sommers
    Judo Sommers 9 days ago

    Cool hand Luke ?

  • Arif Rahman
    Arif Rahman 9 days ago

    I think perfume : story of 70 murderer get a place

  • ProfessorAGS58
    ProfessorAGS58 9 days ago +1

    I agree with about 10, but everyone's top 40 would be different.

  • Cholita A.
    Cholita A. 9 days ago +3

    Your personal selection... what about "Spartacus 1960" kirk Douglas!

  • Jack Thapa
    Jack Thapa 10 days ago

    Where are To kill a mocking bird, Psycho, 12 Angry men?

  • NattyBumppo48
    NattyBumppo48 10 days ago

    Well, this dude got a reaction, I'll say that. But how can you leave out this all-time classis; "Jaws VI" (or maybe it was #7, who keeps count?).....

  • laserzs&sound frenchy
    laserzs&sound frenchy 10 days ago

    2001 : a space odyssey. Amazing movie made in 1968 .

  • Joe Castanon
    Joe Castanon 10 days ago

    Whoever compiled this list must have had only a short-term memory! How about Gone with the Wind, lilies in the field, Casablanca, Spencer's Mountain, the Ten Commandments, seems like they only prefer dark and evil movies how about feel good movies!

  • Mr. deeds he
    Mr. deeds he 10 days ago

    1. Forrest Gump
    2. Logan
    3. Apocalypse now
    4. Scarface
    5. Jaws
    6. Halloween
    7. Nightmare on elm street
    8. Terminator
    9. Django unchained
    10. Dark knight

    GALAXY XPS 11 days ago

    Without doubt Schindler's List is the best movie... No doubt Steven Spielberg / James Cameroon / Ridley Scott / Clint Eastwood are great Directors to name a few in this list👌👌👌

  • peter dabba
    peter dabba 11 days ago

    There is no accounting for personal favorites.should have done it by box office

  • Stuart Budgen
    Stuart Budgen 11 days ago +1

    The amount of critics in this comment section is UNREAL.
    Did you all expect the person who put this together to have the exact same thinking as yourselves, seriously?
    Personally I find it hard to find a movie on this list which isn't outstanding.
    If you want to see your own list on here, do it instead of complaining all the time!

    • Essa Dawood
      Essa Dawood 8 days ago

      Stuart.... Seems like you were also snoozing at the back seats when all the great movies were playing

  • Fred Thomson
    Fred Thomson 11 days ago +3

    List is full of new stuff. Nothing before 1970

  • josh porter
    josh porter 11 days ago +6

    ben hur
    wonderful life
    true grit
    great escape
    bridge overthr river kio

  • Ken Hughes
    Ken Hughes 11 days ago

    The Gods Must Be Crazy

  • Orion Monreal
    Orion Monreal 11 days ago

    Lord of the rings, Intestellar, Ben Hur, Philadelphia, lots more, Greetings my friend! Your video is very Intertaining, Thanks!

  • hi yall
    hi yall 11 days ago +1

    LMAO 'green mile' #2

  • Glenn Calzada
    Glenn Calzada 11 days ago

    No Lord of the Rings trilogy??
    What kind of list is this??

  • Abdullah Furkan
    Abdullah Furkan 11 days ago +1

    Titanic Avatar and lord of the ring best

  • Charles Howell
    Charles Howell 11 days ago

    Nothing earlier than 1972? Come on! Absolutely pitiful. The world didn't begin the day you were born.

  • Jani Beg
    Jani Beg 11 days ago

    As near as i can tell, only about 6 or 7 of these films are on any film goers top 100.

  • Milind Pise
    Milind Pise 11 days ago +4

    Hey man, where is my " APOCALYPTO".

  • Kingcrib
    Kingcrib 12 days ago +3

    Lawrence of Arabia, Citizen Cane, The Longest Day, Bridge over the River Kwai, Just to mention a very few, expand your horizons kid. Also look at foreign films outstanding wonders there.

  • talkbolts
    talkbolts 12 days ago

    Not a good list.

  • Claire Pierson
    Claire Pierson 12 days ago

    shindlers list id by far the greatwes

  • allen goffy
    allen goffy 12 days ago

    i don't know what planet your on, but most of these movies would never make the top 200

  • Jess Webb
    Jess Webb 12 days ago +1

    I think this should be titled the best movies ever made after 1970

    • alexander schiller
      alexander schiller 9 days ago

      And even then there are real masterpieces missing, like „China Town“, „Jaws“, „Once upon a time in America“, „V“, The Big Blue“, The fifth Element“, .....

  • Mos TV
    Mos TV 12 days ago

    ur list just became shitter and shitter and ended up with yews, like wtf u whatcing on friday night, documentary of the beaver with sheldon cooper

  • Miguel Hernandez
    Miguel Hernandez 13 days ago

    You should really see more movies

  • Moustafa El Haguine
    Moustafa El Haguine 13 days ago

    A list without Dances with wolves doesn't deserve to be looked at . And where is Scent of a women ??
    And are you serious !! Indiana Jones !? HAHAHA

  • Kevin Henderson
    Kevin Henderson 14 days ago +1

    Greatest according to who? Lol
    Don't you mean " In my opinion"
    "Who are you, WHO ARE YOU "
    What movie is that from?

  • Joe Hardy
    Joe Hardy 14 days ago +2

    Brave heart in the top ten?This film is considered the most Historically inaccurate movie ever made.

    • tompraeger
      tompraeger 13 days ago

      So...? Bohemian Rhapsody was a awesome movie and made up a lot of bullshit! It’s a movie not a documentary.

  • Joe Hardy
    Joe Hardy 14 days ago

    Brave heart in the top ten?This film is considered the most historically film ever made, it shouldn't be in the top 100.

  • Al
    Al 14 days ago

    No Bridge on the River Kwai, Citizen Kane, Gone with the Wind. Typical dumb list

  • Pam Scott
    Pam Scott 14 days ago +1

    What about a movie like North by Northwest ?

  • pawelpap9
    pawelpap9 14 days ago

    Is it made by a 14-years old?

  • Richard King
    Richard King 14 days ago

    Interesting, the problem is judgment of film is on obvious prejudice, what do you consider? Acting directing editing score, do all facets determine one's experience when watching a film?

  • Wally Norlander
    Wally Norlander 14 days ago

    Lists like this one are always subjective. Get over it.

  • Cindy J. Mohler
    Cindy J. Mohler 14 days ago


  • sexyfatbastid
    sexyfatbastid 14 days ago +15

    So,...kid,...When you say, "of ALL time",.. you really just mean "of all time" (within the last 20 years), yeah ??

  • S.Kelly Woodrum
    S.Kelly Woodrum 14 days ago

    my bag thought said 10 worst fims,,,but left our older movies bc alot better than these

  • S.Kelly Woodrum
    S.Kelly Woodrum 14 days ago

    who ever nade this list up must live in colorodo..nv phiadealic.muchrooms sre lehal now to they mum be high bc last 4 or 5 is classic

    CRAIG HALLIDAY 14 days ago

    O.k. there were some good choices. That said with 40 you are going to get a few right.
    Good choices with the Frank Darabont Stephen King adaptions, cannot argue with Schindler. The Godfather films and Pans Labyrinth very good choices, a few others like Milos Formans's One Flew over the Cuckoos nest. But missed Road to Perdition, the spaghetti westerns, once upon a time in America. Nam stuff like Apocolypse Now and Platoon.
    I would advise checking out classics though, my all time favourite Rear Window. The War films such as Longest Day, Battle of the River Plate. All the Ealing greats such as Lady Killers, I'm all right Jack, films like the original Italian Job oh and the original Get Carter.
    I am sure there are loads more. Goes to suggest if you are going to create lists probably need to categorise.

    • hollysdad49
      hollysdad49 13 days ago

      The spaghetti westerns were from the 60s. He didn't go back that far.

  • prac2
    prac2 15 days ago

    avatar shouldn't be in the top 500. it was shit
    braveheart was an abomination
    titanic was rubbish
    and schindlers list is nowhere near the best movie ever
    appart from that, good list

    • hollysdad49
      hollysdad49 13 days ago

      Schindler's List belongs in any top 10 although I don't think it's the best.

  • Annette Elliott
    Annette Elliott 15 days ago

    Hatchi......boy, did I ball....😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢

  • Augustine Victoria
    Augustine Victoria 15 days ago

    The Lion King

    • hollysdad49
      hollysdad49 13 days ago

      The Lion King is on the list. #39.

  • kevin94109
    kevin94109 15 days ago

    The Greatest Movies of All Time, which means all the time the 28 year old videomaker was alive. Should just call it "MY favorite videos", because there you have it.

  • shelby cole
    shelby cole 15 days ago

    This is a garbage list

  • Apply Your Mind
    Apply Your Mind 15 days ago

    Give me a fkn break! The Dark Knight? Parent's trap is better by far. Number 1 should be Once Upon a Time in America

  • 宋少閑 。
    宋少閑 。 15 days ago

    Not including Citizen Kane immediately disqualifies this list. Watch the film with the Ebert commentary and you'll have it at no.1

  • Cindy J. Mohler
    Cindy J. Mohler 15 days ago

    No Cleopatra, Ben-Hur, Gone With the Wind? Seriously??

  • James Vaught
    James Vaught 15 days ago

    Any list that leaves out such great movies as Gone With The Wind and Zulu isn't worth the paper it's printed on. Your list is primarily made up of movies from the last 30 years or so. Only about 10 of them are even remotely near the top 40 of the best films of all time.

  • Jared Ganzhorn
    Jared Ganzhorn 15 days ago

    Nice overview of the past fifty years. Naturally, I don't agree with all of it. I don't agree with most of it in fact! That's to be expected though. Everyone has their opinions and thank you for sharing yours.

    There is one thing that I think you should have done though. You should list the Indiana Jones and Dark Knight trilogies by movie rather than as a whole. This is the same with the Godfather Part I and II (if you do keep in as a whole, you really should count Part III as well, since it's also part of the trilogy).

    It's too bad you aren't into Hitchcock, since I'm a big fan of him, but that's okay. Again, opinions.... I take it you aren't a real big fan of older movies in general, which is also unfortunate since I was primarily looking for a list that would include lots of old movies I could watch.

    Still, thanks for the list and keep up the good work!

  • 321minder
    321minder 15 days ago

    Really, lol.

  • Marcia Hay
    Marcia Hay 15 days ago

    The top 40 left out a lot of good movies

  • Hans Peter Plüss
    Hans Peter Plüss 16 days ago

    This is an absolutely stupid choice. Not one movie of one of the greatest actors: Charles Spencer Chaplin! Schindler's List certainly was not bad, but for no reason at all at first place! Why do you not mention great movies like
    - Gone with the wind,
    - The great Dictator,
    - Modern Times,
    - Doctor Schiwago,
    - The third Man,
    - Ben Hur,
    - the Longest Day (D-Day),
    - Bridge at the River Kwai,
    - and many dozens of wonderful movies, without forgetting German, French and Italian movies (at least you mention "La vita è bella", a really great, great film).
    Think it over once again. Thank you.

  • arena
    arena 16 days ago +1

    You missed out Dumbo.

  • robert arevalo
    robert arevalo 16 days ago

    Interesting list. You are definitely a younger movie goer. I agree with only three of your top ten. The God Father, Braveheart, and the Shawshank Redemption. You definitely left out some classic movies prior to the 1970s but I enjoyed your list and you did mention some great movies after the 1960s.

  • Charles Behlen
    Charles Behlen 16 days ago +12

    I wasn't aware that cinema didn't exist prior to 1970.

    • S.Kelly Woodrum
      S.Kelly Woodrum 14 days ago

      before 70s moviews ess[ecially fact based one they get it close to event todays movies make movie with own story think viewers be more entertained

  • alex jacquez
    alex jacquez 16 days ago

    I can respect your opinions.. obviously a lot of movies missing

  • Gary Kirby
    Gary Kirby 16 days ago +26

    Did you know that there were movies in the 60's 50's 40's and 30's, not to mention foreign films. Your list is a joke

    • Stuart Budgen
      Stuart Budgen 11 days ago

      Rediculous comment.. How small minded and ignorant.

    • hollysdad49
      hollysdad49 13 days ago +3

      I was thinking the exact same thing. I think the oldest movie was The Godfather. I'm not sure he realizes there were movies before 1970.

  • Douglas Reinholdt
    Douglas Reinholdt 16 days ago +1

    Didn't this guy ever see a movie made before 1973? Where is Citizen Kane? How about Gone With The Wind, anything by Charlie Chaplin? Greatesr ever?

  • Owain Glyndwr
    Owain Glyndwr 17 days ago

    Yup- has to be someone relatively young who has made this list. The problem lies with referring to it as the 40 best films of all time. There are no films included which were made before the 70’s!Some entries on this list are a joke e.g. Titanic, The Green Mile, Avatar. Well done though for including a couple of foreign language masterpieces. However, any list such as this could easily include, All Quiet On The Western Front, The Searchers, 12 Angry Men, On The Waterfront, The 39 Steps, Ben Hur, Some Like It Hot, High Noon, The Seven Samurai. There are many, many films made before the 70’s, which you should watch, to educate yourself a bit better about the world of cinema.

  • Douglas Hogg
    Douglas Hogg 17 days ago

    This is not the 40 greatest movies ever made. Any movie filmed in B&W need not apply.

  • alfredo gomez
    alfredo gomez 17 days ago

    Ben Hur?

  • lakersfan plus
    lakersfan plus 18 days ago

    Anyone not naming Casablanca in a list of 40 greatest movies should not be permitted to post on You Tube. Otherwise, rename this as "my favorite movies"..

  • Spencer Rees
    Spencer Rees 18 days ago +1

    Why is Samuel L Jackson photoshopped into the doorway on the Pulp Fiction pic 2.25??

  • Michael Kaye
    Michael Kaye 18 days ago

    Clearly holocaust deniers and anti Semitics live in the comments.
    As many have said not a real list. Most are good movies to be sure. However not on prior to 1972.

  • Eliseo Garcia
    Eliseo Garcia 18 days ago +1

    what an idiot

  • Talk n Tutor
    Talk n Tutor 18 days ago

    I agree with some. Thank God it's just YOUR list.. However, you did say in your opinion. Thanks for the nostalgia though..

  • Rocknrolladube
    Rocknrolladube 19 days ago

    Pan’s Labyrinth?
    Lion King - the list of Disney cartoons better than Lion King is large.
    Inception - overrated...I’d rather see something like Instinct, Fallen, or Frailty on the list.
    Dark Knight(s) - jeez, you might have well as put Transformers on the list if we are going for films with boring hour in the middle...
    Scent of a Woman, Dog Day Afternoon?
    Police Academy?
    I’m disappointed!

  • ron kennington
    ron kennington 19 days ago +1

    A horrible list. This was a waste of time.

  • Pat Brumph
    Pat Brumph 19 days ago +7

    Lawerance of Arabia, Doctor Zhivago, Sound of Music, West Side Story, A streetcar named Desirer