To provoke thought and discussion every month I will post a new list of Twenty film related topics……..If you don’t like them, feel free to post your own on comments! In no particular order….
1.To Kill a Mockingbird (’62) Robert Mulligan
2. Citizen Kane (’41) Orson Wells
3. Dr. Strange Love (’64) Stanley Kubrick
4. The Godfather (’72) Francis Ford Coppola
5.Chinatown (’74) Roman Polanski
6. 2001 (’68) Stanley Kubrick
7. Sunset Blvd. (’50) Billy Wilder
8. MASH (’70) Robert Altman
9. Midnight Cowboy (’69) John Schlesinger
10. City Lights (’31) Charlie Chaplin
11. The Maltese Falcon (’41) John Huston
12. From Here to Eternity (’53) Fred Zimmerman
13. Lawrence of Arabia (’62) David Lean
14. Vertigo (’58) Alfred Hitchcock
15. Goodfellas (’90) Martin Scorsese
16. Annie Hall (’77) Woody Allen
17. Wizard of Oz. (’39) Victor Flemming
18. Psycho (’60) Alfred Hitchcock
19. Streetcar Named Desire (’51) Elia Kazan
20. The Graduate (’67) Mike Nichols
7 thoughts on “Top Twenty Greatest American Films-”
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Love your list. I would have included Wilder’s “The Apartment” (’60)
Any thoughts on: The Bridge on the River Kawi?
Personally I’d include Pulp Fiction on this list.
what about Casablanca?
Casablanca, Gone With The Wind, Godfather Part II, Taxi Driver, Pulp Fiction, Raging Bull, Silence Of The Lambs, Apocalypse Now…the list can go on and on of particular films which were omitted from your Top 20 list. But hey, everyone has their own opinions and there are too many great films out there to list them all. Perhaps try a “Top 40” or so? Just a suggestion. Good blog though.
I love this site It spurs me to go to my nearest video store. Until I get to know how to do Netflix ok now that you know how old I must be I still love your site I guess rom-coms don’t make it on your list too much. Where would Ann Bancroft and Anthony Hopkins’ movie about the screenwriter and book seller’s relationship during WW2 by letters fit in I wonder Keep the site going very cool thanks