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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 5/4/2008 11:05:20 AM   
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Also, where the hell is Kieslowski?!



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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 5/4/2008 11:07:21 AM   
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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 5/4/2008 11:32:59 AM   
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You asked.

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 5/4/2008 11:40:34 AM   
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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 5/4/2008 11:41:27 AM   
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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 5/4/2008 11:45:04 AM   
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Anyway, enough off topic!

On the whole, I think it's a fairly diverse list. Any chance of seeing how it breaks down by decade? If it's a faff, don't worry, but if it's on a spreadsheet or database it might be easy to do decade breakdown...


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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 5/4/2008 12:01:57 PM   
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Nice to see Millers Crossing scoring better than usual. Only one behind Evil Dead 2!

Next year we can try for the top 20.

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 5/4/2008 12:48:24 PM   
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Awesome job Clowny, Denise, GroovyMule and Rinc. As ever, the list makes for an interesting read.

Great to see Fight Club climbing the ranks. Also good to see Ikiru and The Apartment make an appearance - even if they are tailing behind Forrest fuckin' Gump.

Gripes? No Do the Right Thing (or any Spike Lee, for that matter). No Jim Jarmusch movies either. Or Preminger. Or Godard. Or Truffaut. Or Powell and Pressburger. Or Herzog. Or... Well, whatever. It's still a great list.

Apart from Gladiator.


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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 5/4/2008 1:16:59 PM   
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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 5/4/2008 1:35:29 PM   
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By decade

1920s 1
1930s 1
1940s 5
1950s 8
1960s 6
1970s 14
1980s 22
1990s 25
2000s 18

Which as much as anything probably reflects the average age of the people who use this forum.

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 5/4/2008 1:43:22 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Deviation

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so
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ORIGINAL: TRM

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ORIGINAL: Manchurian candidate


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ORIGINAL: TRM

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ORIGINAL: Deviation

Great work Clowny!! Well done.

Anyway
  • It's sad to see Brazil slipping so much.
  • Rocky entering the list
  • The Godfather still in the Top 10, kick that out!!!!
  • Amelie, City of God and ED 2 slipping so much.
  • Goodfellas higher than The Godfather, finally the world is coming to it's senses.
  • Alien The Thing moved nowhere in the list, great.
  • Blade Runner in the Top 10
  • THE GODFATHER STILL IN THIS LIST!!!!!
  • A Clockwork Orange exiting the list.
  • Raging Bull and Apocalypse Now- Why so low in the list and why the slip????   *rhethorical question*
  • Pan's Labyrinth coming in the list, and so high.
  • A silent in the list, Sunrise!!!!!!
  • The Wild Bunch
  • Take The Godfather off the list, it doesn't deserve more love.
  • Where, for the love of God, is Dead Man's Shoes?








why do you dislike the godfather so much?


I'd guess that he watched it and didn't like it.


Yeah but surely when you watch a film which you dont like, you know what elements of the film you didnt like.


It's a very stupid reason, I never got the Greatest Film Ever praise. I saw it, thought it was good, and everything worked well, but simply it left me unsatisfied, it can be a powerful film(but for the Sonny death scene, it seemed to rip off Bonnie and Clyde, and not as powerful, but simply, I didn't involve me. IT IS A GOOD FILM, but it seemed proplounged, not that good, not THAT groundbreakingly good, and never really felt engaged. For the exception of Marlon Brando performance, I don't remember much of the film. It felt too long. There are some great scenes(the Baptism scene), but from most of it left me cold. I liked it, but felt very disappointed. It failed to capture my interest, and watching it so high annoys me. It's a character film in which I couldn't care for the characters.




Cheers for the reply Deviation. I do agree that when i watched the film, although i though it was good i just couldnt connect with the characters and felt that it was probably praised a little too highly. That said i still thinking the performance by Brando is astonishing and although it is a very slow pace it does have some incredible moments. I did actually find that i also couldnt instantly remember that much of the film except for a few key points and as such i do mean to rewatch it. Did this film then put you off watching the second film? The second i felt was amuch more satisfying experience as the film was not as slow paced and the performances as a whole were better IMO.


Part 2 in my opinion was on the same quality of The Godfather, so wasn't that impressed either. But, it did make me feel some thing for the characters. Some scenes are certainly more haunting( Don telling a still baby Micheal not to follow on his footsteps, but we all know it will happen, strikingly beautiful and poignant, A young Don, looking at the statue of liberty, the ending), but it still had some of the features that annoyed me from Godfather, and less drama.

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 5/4/2008 6:32:00 PM   
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Ha! I always call him Fichner and I'm not sure why. Apologies. I would change them but my laziness is an obsticle.

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 5/4/2008 10:46:26 PM   
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worth the wait? not really . Just kidding: cheers Clowny, this is a great list. Four of the top five were in my list so i'm perfectly happy with the outcome. well done...

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 5/4/2008 10:49:34 PM   
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Big thumbs up to Clowny and his team who got this up, its magnificent. Clowny, if this is to be the last one you ever do, I just would like to say, thanks for keeping coming back over the years, its been one of the best things about here at Empire, and an annual event! Thanks for investing so much time in the lists, becuase we love them. Geniunely hope someone else takes over next year, the forum wouldn't be the same without them.

Reaction to the list itself - strikes me looking over it as the most interesting, diverse list we've had yet. Ok, so there isn't an overload of forign and silent films, but blimey City Lights makes the top 100! It missed out by a fraction last year, and I'm pleased that Chaplin now makes the list. There is inevitably some I don't agree with - Shawshank is the obvious one - but thats always the case with this kind of thing. Although I'll never understand the love of Heat I fear.

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 6/4/2008 6:38:55 PM   
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Ha! I always call him Fichner and I'm not sure why. Apologies. I would change them but my laziness is an obsticle.


or perhaps more your spelling :p

An interesting list this year, some surprises in there, shaun of the dead, terminators, batman, blody titanic- all a little too high in my humble opinion. If i'm honest theres a bit too much love for Indy and Star Wars aswell.
Glad to see Fight Club up there, my current favourite film. Pan's Labyrinth is off to a good start aswell. Other than that not too many of my favourite films got up there, might start a campaign for The Lives of Others, Dead Man's Shoes and The Three Burials Of Melquaides Estrada next year if it's still going. I'd be happy to supply some graphics for it next year if Piles wants a hand, though he's done a good job this year so there's probably no need.

And well done clowny, will be sad not to have you next year

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 7/4/2008 12:45:23 AM   
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Wait, I just realised.....................


WHERE

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STARSHIP

TROOPERS

 
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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 7/4/2008 9:02:51 AM   
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Ha! I always call him Fichner and I'm not sure why. Apologies. I would change them but my laziness is an obsticle.


or perhaps more your spelling :p


deliberate mistake <_<

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 9/4/2008 2:57:01 AM   
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Another year, another poll with Boogie Nights absent.
 
Well done everyone by the way.



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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 9/4/2008 1:26:03 PM   
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Wait, I just realised.....................


WHERE

IS

 
STARSHIP

TROOPERS

 
?


Klendathuu? Ahem...

I've added a few new blurbs that Forumites have PM'd to me. Many thanks for filling the gaps. There are still some blurbs available, so don't be afraid to contribute!

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 9/4/2008 11:15:03 PM   
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Thanx for the hardwork on the list cloney.

theres a few suprise's. but enough of mine are in there. shame about Where Eagles Dare not quite making it.
The campagning starts now, If you have not seen it yet then do so and tell me you don't like it.

Anyway enjoyed reading the varroius blurbs.  apart from mine I did enjoy this one
55. Apocalypse Now (1979, Francis Ford Coppola)

 


"The horror…The horror...”   Loosely adapted from Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad, and heavily influenced (by the director's admission) by Werner Herzog's classic Aguirre: Wrath of God, Apocalypse Now nonetheless creates an instantly iconic film that is, for me, the quintessential 'Nam flick.   From the dream-like opening scene in Willard's room, to Kurtz's horrific murder, Apocalypse Now is not an easy watch. It isn't a film that gives easy answers, or wraps up neatly at the end. What it is, though, is an epic and powerful journey into darkness, insanity and Wagner. Sure, Brando's overweight and under rehearsed, but this film is the highlight of Martin Sheen's career (apart from Hot Shots! Part Deux, of course), and I can't speak about Apocalypse Now without mentioning Robert Duvall's crazed, delusional Colonel Kilgore.   But despite these (and other great performances from Dennis Hopper, Laurence Fishburne, etc.), Apocalypse Now is Francis Ford Coppola's vision, arguably more so than The Godfather. Much has been made of its hellish shoot - but after the heart attacks, the monsoons, and pretty much anything else that could go wrong, Coppola emerged with a modern American classic, up there with Taxi Driver and Jaws as the best films of the mid '70s.


 
you could not be more right in the review of these epic movie.  top blurb.. mate
OLAF
 
P.S Im now watching this great movie again. once you hear the Doors at the beginnig you have to watch it to the end.

 

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 10/4/2008 12:56:50 PM   
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Anyway enjoyed reading the varroius blurbs.  apart from mine I did enjoy this one
55. Apocalypse Now (1979, Francis Ford Coppola)

 
 
 


Have you not got to the Evil Dead 2 blurb yet dude?

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 12/4/2008 11:10:05 AM   
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clowny..you still havent put my once upon a time in the west blurb up... did u get it??

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 12/4/2008 4:07:26 PM   
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I'm willing to do a blurb for either Forrest Gump or the Lion King. One or the other.

I thought the list was reasonably predictable, but enjoyably nevertheless, so kudos to the compilers.

But seriously. I love Shawshank Redemption. I own it. I think Morgan Freeman gives the best performance of the 90s. But the best film ever? In more than one poll? And 2nd in IMDB as well? Not even close. I feel bad for voting for it now. I mean, I now know that there are much better films out there.

Stuff I was glad to see in:

  • Serenity - its awesome, ok? I didn't vote for it, but I shoulda done.
  • Pan's Labyrinth - Its the best foreign language film I've seen.
  • Gladiator - Shoulda been higher


What shoulda been in:
  • No Last of the Mohicans? What? Come on, its one of the greatest films ever.
  • No La Haine? Its quality.
  • No Oh Brother Where Art Thou? Forget Fargo.
  • No Last of the Mohicans? WHY?
  • Spirited Away shoulda been up there.
  • Where was Last of the Mohicans?
  • Beauty and the Beast?
  • Anything by Peter Weir or Tim Burton?
  • Last of the Mohicans is magnificent. A pox on those who didn't vote for it.
  • It woulda been nice to see Das Leben Der Anderen up there as well.
  • Last of the Mohicans, in case you haven't heard, is really rather good.


What shouldn'ta been in - well in all honesty the majority of those films I haven't seen, but Amelie is quite overrated, I felt.

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 13/4/2008 11:55:24 AM   
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clowny, I sent you a PM with a blurb for Raging Bull. Have you got it? My 'sent'-folder in the PM shows nothing.

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 13/4/2008 5:34:56 PM   
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Yeah, I've got to agree, predictable but solid list. Of course, if everyone liked, say, The Conformist then it would be predictable for that to be on the list, so it's impossible for the list to be anything other than populist (in the loosest sense of the word).

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  • Serenity - its awesome, ok? I didn't vote for it, but I shoulda done.
  • Pan's Labyrinth - Its the best foreign language film I've seen.
  • Gladiator - Shoulda been higher


What shoulda been in:
  • No Last of the Mohicans? What? Come on, its one of the greatest films ever.
  • No La Haine? Its quality.
  • No Oh Brother Where Art Thou? Forget Fargo.
  • No Last of the Mohicans? WHY?
  • Spirited Away shoulda been up there.
  • Where was Last of the Mohicans?
  • Beauty and the Beast?
  • Anything by Peter Weir or Tim Burton?
  • Last of the Mohicans is magnificent. A pox on those who didn't vote for it.
  • It woulda been nice to see Das Leben Der Anderen up there as well.
  • Last of the Mohicans, in case you haven't heard, is really rather good.



What shouldn'ta been in - well in all honesty the majority of those films I haven't seen, but Amelie is quite overrated, I felt.


Amelie is nice and French and fluffy, so it deserves a place on that alone. But your incessant love for LOTM inspires me to watch it again after so long.

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 17/4/2008 5:55:13 PM   
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Yeah, I've got to agree, predictable but solid list. Of course, if everyone liked, say, The Conformist then it would be predictable for that to be on the list, so it's impossible for the list to be anything other than populist (in the loosest sense of the word).

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  • Serenity - its awesome, ok? I didn't vote for it, but I shoulda done.
  • Pan's Labyrinth - Its the best foreign language film I've seen.
  • Gladiator - Shoulda been higher


What shoulda been in:
  • No Last of the Mohicans? What? Come on, its one of the greatest films ever.
  • No La Haine? Its quality.
  • No Oh Brother Where Art Thou? Forget Fargo.
  • No Last of the Mohicans? WHY?
  • Spirited Away shoulda been up there.
  • Where was Last of the Mohicans?
  • Beauty and the Beast?
  • Anything by Peter Weir or Tim Burton?
  • Last of the Mohicans is magnificent. A pox on those who didn't vote for it.
  • It woulda been nice to see Das Leben Der Anderen up there as well.
  • Last of the Mohicans, in case you haven't heard, is really rather good.




What shouldn'ta been in - well in all honesty the majority of those films I haven't seen, but Amelie is quite overrated, I felt.


Amelie is nice and French and fluffy, so it deserves a place on that alone. But your incessant love for LOTM inspires me to watch it again after so long.


Do it for the soundtrack alone.
Or do it for the cinematography.
Or do it for the battle scenes
Or do it for the acting.
Or do it for the direction.

Its pretty much perfect.

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 17/4/2008 10:16:45 PM   
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Amelie is awesome. Its heresy to say otherwise.

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 17/4/2008 11:02:01 PM   
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Bollocks, I didn't come back in time to vote, or indeed plug 12 Angry Men!

Nice to see my summary from like 3 years back is still kicking around clowny!

Well done guys, I know how hard this is, well, I remember clowny moaning about it 2 years back :-)

Also, where the hell is the Rules of Attraction? I don't know anyone who's seen it that didn't love it, jesus wept tears of blood!
I guess it's just doomed to be one of the oft forgotten masterpieces.

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 19/4/2008 8:52:47 AM   
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I think my blurb for Once Upon A Time In The West may be lost forever lol....
and swordsandsandals, i'm with you Last of the Mohicans deserves a place!!! campaign to get it in next year starts now :)

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RE: The Forums Top 100 Favourite Films 2008! - 19/4/2008 11:21:38 AM   
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I've got PMs in my inbox regarding the remaining blurbs but have been hellishly busy over the last week... my stag weekend, followed by liver pains, the terrors and the shakes, followed by going back to and tryng to catch up with work... so I'll look to get them up at some point over the weekend. Apologies for the delay!

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