They Shoot Pictures, Don't They - The 1000 Greatest Films (February 2014 Update)

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1000 greatest films of all time – February 2014 update.

Note: this is a dynamic list that is updated once per year.

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  1. 551.
    12 Angry Men
    by Sidney Lumet

  2. 552.
    Talk to Her (Hable con Ella)
    by Pedro Almodóvar

  3. 553.
    A Short Film About Killing
    by Krzysztof Kieslowski

  4. 554.
    Heaven's Gate
    by Michael Cimino

  5. 555.
    Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    by John Hughes

  6. 556.
    Dead Man
    by Jim Jarmusch

  7. 557.
    Being There

  8. 558.
    ?

  9. 559.
    Il Grido
    by Michelangelo Antonioni

  10. 560.
    City of God
    by Fernando Meirelles

  11. 561.

  12. 562.
    Vidas Secas
    by Nelson Pereira dos Santos

  13. 563.
    The Lusty Men (1952)
    by Nicholas Ray

  14. 565.
    Masculin Feminin (The Criterion Collection)
    by Jean-Luc Godard

  15. 566.
    The Shawshank Redemption (Two-Disc Special Edition)
    by Frank Darabont

  16. 567.
    Lancelot of the Lake
    by Robert Bresson

  17. 569.
    ?
    Sicilia!
    by Jean-Marie Straub & Daniele Huillet

  18. 570.
    Shock Corridor (The Criterion Collection)
    by Samuel Fuller

  19. 571.
    They Were Expendable
    by Robert Montgomery

  20. 572.
    Foolish Wives

  21. 573.
    The Lady Vanishes (The Criterion Collection)
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  22. 574.
    Bambi (Two-Disc Platinum Edition)
    by Bill Roberts

  23. 575.
    A Woman Of Paris (1923)
    by Charlie Chaplin

  24. 576.
    Ninotchka
    by Ernst Lubitsch

  25. 577.
    Europa '51
    by Roberto Rossellini

  26. 578.
    Les Vampires
    by Louis Feuillade

  27. 579.
    Splendor in the Grass
    by Elia Kazan

  28. 580.
    Local Hero
    by Bill Forsyth

  29. 581.
    Bande à part
    by Jean-Luc Godard

  30. 582.
    Passion
    by Jean-Luc Godard

  31. 583.
    Antonio das Mortes
    by Glauber Rocha

  32. 584.
    The Gleaners and I
    by Agnès Varda

  33. 585.
    Le Million (The Criterion Collection)
    by René Clair

  34. 586.
    White Heat
    by Raoul Walsh

  35. 587.
    Numero Deux
    by Jean-Luc Godard

  36. 588.
    Fellini's Roma
    by Federico Fellini

  37. 589.
    The Death of Mr. Lazarescu
    by Cristi Puiu

  38. 590.
    Rocky
    by John G. Avildsen

  39. 591.
    The Rolling Stones: Gimme Shelter (The Criterion Collection)
    by Albert Maysles

  40. 592.
    The Lovers on the Bridge
    by Leos Carax

  41. 593.
    The Ghost and Mrs. Muir
    by Joseph L. Mankiewicz

  42. 594.
    Breakfast at Tiffany's - Anniversary Edition
    by Blake Edwards

  43. 595.
    Port of Shadows (The Criterion Collection)
    by Marcel Carné

  44. 596.
    Possession [Region 2]
    by Andrzej Zulawski

  45. 597.
    Dazed & Confused (Widescreen Flashback Edition)
    by Richard Linklater

  46. 598.
    Funny Games
    by Michael Haneke

  47. 599.
    All Quiet on the Western Front
    by Lewis Milestone

  48. 600.
    Chronicle of Anna Magdalena Bach
    by Jean-Marie Straub

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reordering — 7 years ago

Through 500 now done.


reordering — 7 years ago

Up through 450 is now complete


Untitled — 7 years ago

Oh, I didn’t realize anyone could make updates on these lists. Maybe I’ll work on it some tomorrow.


Untitled — 7 years ago

top 400 is now done


DEC 06 update — 7 years ago

I just made sure 1-350 are in order. If anyone does more please leave a comment


December '06 — 7 years ago

It looks like this list includes some of the Dec ’06 updates, but not all of them…


suggestions — 7 years ago

Serpico

Pi

Rushmore

Adaptation

Glengary GlenRoss

Easy Rider

Young Frankenstein

Cemetery Man

The Changeling


Flipped titles — 7 years ago

“What’s Opera Doc?” and “The Petrified Forest” are flipped. They ought to be numbers 998 and 999, respectively. My computer is giving me scripting errors when I try to fix it, so if someone would swap the two, that would be a good thing.


Untitled — 7 years ago

dr. strangleove is in the 30s……


Notable Ommission (NO MAGNOLIA!!!!!) — 7 years ago

Its is so hard to comprehend that a list that boasts of a 1000 greatest films can miss out on such a modern day 21st century masterpiece as PT Anderson’s “Magnolia” (1999). Given that this list mostly is made up of films made prior to the year 2000 with one or two exceptions “In the Mood For Love”, its not only the ommission on Magnolia that is so daunting. The list has no Marty,no DR Strangelove (!!!), no Z, no Pink Floyd the Wall, no MASH, no Being John malkovich, No Leaving Las Vegas, no Jean Pierre Juenet films, no Das Boot, no Run Lola Run,and i can go on. Like really guys what going on?



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