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Top 50 Discussion thread

January 13th, 2013

This is the Top 50 discussion thead. If you would like to discuss anything about your favorite movie you may do that here since the other two are more or less just signing up or posting your movie list only.

Again, please only discuss your movies here to keep clutter and confusion down in the other two threads. Thank you!

 

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@ Chris Hu

You know we are going from 50 -1 right? 1 being your top movie of all time.

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spurgeonryan said:
@ Chris Hu

You know we are going from 50 -1 right? 1 being your top movie of all time.


I'm fully aware of that.  Spoiler alert all the movies from the man with no name trilogy and Once Upon a Time in the West will be in my top 50.



Finalized my list posting the remaining 48 movies is going to be easy.

Wow! I am going to have a hard time.

Just thought that movie would have been higher on your list.

That will be my only Richard Pryor/ Gene Wilder movie on my list..... Stir Crazy was funny though.

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spurgeonryan said:
Wow! I am going to have a hard time.

Just thought that movie would have been higher on your list.

That will be my only Richard Pryor/ Gene Wilder movie on my list..... Stir Crazy was funny though.


I thought that Stir Crazy was a bit funnier then See No Evil, Hear No Evil.  No Richard Pryor or Gene Wilder movies on my list if it would have been a top 100 list Blazing Saddles would have probably made the cut and Young Frankenstein and Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory would have had a change of making the list.



Silly Wonka will be in my top 20. Not the horrendous, vomit inducing new one with J.Depp. There was nothing good about that besides kids being mesmerized by the colors and noise.

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Stay Tuned is my next choice. One of John Ritters best! I will add more to this in a bit.

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spurgeonryan said:
Stay Tuned is my next choice. One of John Ritters best! I will add more to this in a bit.


Another comedy only one pure comedy made my list at #45 not that I don't like comedies but most of then get less funnier the more you watch them.  With other genres the movie usually gets better the more you watch them and some movies you have to watch more then once to fully comprehend them.



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Sorry I'm late!

My #50 is The Deer Hunter. This is one of the most powerful and haunting war movies ever made, a story about how the Vietnam War affects small town people after the fact. Great performances by DeNiro, Streep, and especially Christopher Walken, who won an Oscar for his performance.

My #49 is Annie Hall. A layered, nuanced, self-referential comedy, Annie Hall is Woody Allen's best movie -- a production he hasn't topped in over 30 years. It's funny, it's satirical, it's touching, and it's devastatingly honest about love.

I think I'm all caught up...is #48 tomorrow, spurge?