Entertainment Weekly's "The New Classics: Movies"

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Entertainment Weekly’s Classic Movies from the last 25 years (1983 to 2008).

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  1. 1.
    Pulp Fiction
    by Quentin Tarantino

  2. 3.
    Titanic
    by James Cameron

  3. 4.
    Blue Velvet
    by David Lynch

  4. 5.
    Toy Story [1995]
    by John Lasseter

  5. 6.
    Saving Private Ryan (Single-Disc Special Limited Edition)
    by Steven Spielberg

  6. 7.
    Hannah and Her Sisters

  7. 8.
    Silence of the Lambs
    by Jonathan Demme

  8. 9.
    Die Hard
    by John McTiernan

  9. 10.
    Moulin Rouge! (Widescreen Edition)
    by Baz Luhrmann

  10. 11.
    This Is Spinal Tap
    by Rob Reiner

  11. 12.
    The Matrix
    by Andy Wachowski

  12. 13.
    GoodFellas
    by Martin Scorsese

  13. 14.
    Crumb
    by Terry Zwigoff

  14. 15.
    Edward Scissorhands: 10th Anniversary
    by Tim Burton

  15. 16.
    Boogie Nights
    by Paul Thomas Anderson

  16. 17.
    Jerry Maguire
    by Cameron Crowe

  17. 18.
    Do the Right Thing
    by Spike Lee

  18. 19.
    Casino Royale (2007)
    by Martin Campbell

  19. 20.
    The Lion King
    by Roger Allers, Rob Minkoff

  20. 21.
    Schindler's List Collector's Gift Set
    by Steven Spielberg

  21. 22.
    Rushmore
    by Wes Anderson

  22. 23.
    Memento
    by Christopher Nolan

  23. 24.
    A Room With A View
    by James Ivory

  24. 25.
    Shrek

  25. 26.
    Hoop Dreams
    by Steve James

  26. 27.
    Aliens (Special Edition)
    by James Cameron

  27. 28.
    Wings of Desire (Special Edition)
    by Wim Wenders

  28. 29.
    The Bourne Supremacy (2004)
    by Paul Greengrass

  29. 30.
    When Harry Met Sally - Special Edition
    by Rob Reiner

  30. 31.
    Brokeback Mountain (Widescreen)
    by Ang Lee

  31. 32.
    Fight Club
    by David Fincher

  32. 33.
    The Breakfast Club
    by John Hughes

  33. 34.
    Fargo
    by Ethan Coen

  34. 35.

  35. 36.
    Spider-Man 2 (Widescreen Special Edition)
    by Sam Raimi

  36. 37.
    Pretty Woman

  37. 38.
    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
    by Michel Gondry

  38. 39.
    The Sixth Sense
    by M. Night Shyamalan

  39. 40.
    Speed
    by Jan de Bont

  40. 41.
    Dazed and Confused
    by Richard Linklater

  41. 42.
    Clueless
    by Amy Heckerling

  42. 43.
    Gladiator (Single-Disc Widescreen Edition)
    by Ridley Scott

  43. 44.
    The Player (Special Edition) (New Line Platinum Series)
    by Robert Altman

  44. 45.
    Rain Man
    by Barry Levinson

  45. 46.
    Children of Men
    by Alfonso Cuaron

  46. 47.
    Men in Black [VHS]
    by Barry Sonnenfeld

  47. 48.
    Scarface (1983)
    by Brian De Palma

  48. 49.
    Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    by Ang Lee

  49. 50.
    The Piano
    by Jane Campion

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Created by Marina on Jun 17, 2008.
 

Comments

I had to check the source list... — 2 years ago

… I thought, surely this can’t be right. Maybe there was some weird qualification for this list, but no, there it was right at the top of the list… “The 100 best films from 1983 to 2008.”

Definitely one of the worst ‘definitive’ lists I’ve seen. Sure, there are some great movies in here, but there are a number of movies in here that left me slack-jawed at their inclusion.

The 100 best from that 25 year span? Hardly.


Untitled — 5 years ago

why such a token representation of international films?




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