They Shoot Pictures, Don't They? The 1000 Greatest Films (January 2011 Edition)

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Welcome to the 2011 version of ‘They Shoot Pictures, Don’t They?’ 1000 Greatest film List.

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  1. 1.
    Citizen Kane (Two-Disc Special Edition)
    by Orson Welles

  2. 2.
    Vertigo (Collector's Edition)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  3. 3.
    The Rules of the Game (The Criterion Collection)
    by Jean Renoir

  4. 4.
    2001 - A Space Odyssey (Two-Disc Special Edition)
    by Stanley Kubrick

  5. 5.
    The Godfather (Widescreen Edition)
    by Francis Ford Coppola

  6. 6.
    8 1/2 (The Criterion Collection)
    by Federico Fellini

  7. 8.
    The Searchers
    by John Ford

  8. 9.
    Singin' in the Rain
    by Gene Kelly

  9. 10.
    Battleship Potemkin
    by Sergei M. Eisenstein

  10. 11.
    Tokyo Story (The Criterion Collection)
    by Yasujiro Ozu

  11. 12.
    Sunrise (1927)
    by F.W. Murnau

  12. 13.
    Lawrence of Arabia
    by David Lean

  13. 14.
    Bicycle Thieves (The Criterion Collection)
    by Vittorio De Sica

  14. 15.
    The Godfather: Part II
    by Francis Ford Coppola

  15. 16.
    Casablanca (Snap Case)
    by Michael Curtiz

  16. 17.
    L' Atalante
    by Jean Vigo

  17. 18.
    Raging Bull (Special Edition)
    by Martin Scorsese

  18. 19.
    Rashomon (The Criterion Collection)
    by Akira Kurosawa

  19. 20.
    The Passion of Joan of Arc (The Criterion Collection)
    by Carl Theodor Dreyer

  20. 21.
    Touch of Evil
    by Orson Welles

  21. 23.
    Some Like It Hot
    by Billy Wilder

  22. 24.
    La Dolce Vita (2-Disc Collector's Edition) (1961)
    by Federico Fellini

  23. 25.
    The Grand Illusion / La Grande illusion
    by Jean Renoir

  24. 26.

  25. 27.
    The Third Man - Criterion Collection (2-Disc Edition)
    by Carol Reed

  26. 28.
    Apocalypse Now
    by Francis Ford Coppola

  27. 30.
    Psycho (Collector's Edition)

  28. 31.
    The General
    by Clyde Bruckman

  29. 32.
    Breathless
    by Jean-Luc Godard

  30. 33.
    The Gold Rush (Two-Disc Special Edition)
    by Charlie Chaplin

  31. 34.
    Sunset Blvd - 1950
    by Billy Wilder

  32. 35.
    The 400 Blows (The Criterion Collection)
    by Fran├žois Truffaut

  33. 37.
    Chinatown
    by Roman Polanski

  34. 38.
    Blade Runner (The Director's Cut)
    by Ridley Scott

  35. 39.
    Ordet - Criterion Collection
    by Carl Theodor Dreyer

  36. 40.
    The Night of the Hunter
    by Charles Laughton

  37. 41.
    L'Avventura (The Criterion Collection)
    by Michelangelo Antonioni

  38. 42.
    Andrei Rublev
    by Andrei Tarkovsky (1969)

  39. 43.
    It's a Wonderful Life
    by Frank Capra

  40. 44.
    M (The Criterion Collection)
    by William Friedkin

  41. 45.
    Persona
    by Ingmar Bergman

  42. 46.
    Rear Window (Collector's Edition)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  43. 47.
    Jules Et Jim (Original French Version with English Subtitles)
    by Fran├žois Truffaut

  44. 48.
    The Wild Bunch Special Edition - Widescreen
    by Sam Peckinpah

  45. 49.
    Ugetsu Monogatari
    by Kenji Mizoguchi

  46. 50.
    Contempt (The Criterion Collection)
    by Jean-Luc Godard

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Wrong Dawn of the Dead — 2 years ago

Replaced the 2004 remake with the 1978 original that should be in spot No. 271.


Untitled — 2 years ago

These days “The Army in the Shadows” (#449) is always referred to as “Army Of Shadows.” Criterion Collection image available.

“Scarlett Street” (#997) should be spelled “Scarlet Street.”


2010 version is out — 4 years ago

Should this be updated or start a new one? There are 68 new titles in the 2010 version and a lot of titles have moved around.


Correction — 4 years ago

Replaced #685 Douglas Sirk’s “There’s Always Tomorrow” with Disney’s “Bambi” so the list complies with the list source.


Giant? — 4 years ago

Is that movie on here? I must be overlooking it. George Stephens is one of They Shoot Picture’s top 100 directors, so I have a hard time believing the movie’s not on this list.


9%! — 5 years ago

W00t. I’m addicted to lists. Now I have to complete this one, too. Also working on a 1001 books to read before you die list. I’ll be reading/watching movies until I die. :-)


List Updated and complete. — 5 years ago

The list has now been updated.

Apologies to anyone that was using the old list but it was always my intention to keep up to date with They Shoot Pictures, Don’t They?

For future reference, this list will be updated again next December, when the new list is made available.

Thanks


Update. — 5 years ago

The new list is now available and I’m currently in the process of updating this page. Stay tuned and it’ll be finished in the next day or so. Thanks


El Topo review — 5 years ago

Experienced Alejandro Jodorowsky’s mind altering acid western El Topo.

For the review, click the link below.

El Topo



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