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. 301.
    Marketa Lazarova (Criterion Collection)
    by Frantisek Vlacil

  2. 302.
    Schindler's List (Widescreen Edition)
    by Steven Spielberg

  3. 303.
    All That Heaven Allows (The Criterion Collection)
    by Douglas Sirk

  4. 304.
    Peeping Tom (The Criterion Collection)
    by Michael Powell

  5. 305.
    I Was Born, But... (1932)
    by Yasujiro Ozu

  6. 306.
    Red Desert
    by Michelangelo Antonioni

  7. 307.
    Make Way for Tomorrow (1937)
    by Leo McCarey

  8. 308.
    The Sacrifice
    by Andrei Tarkovsky

  9. 309.
    Killing of a Chinese Bookie
    by John Cassavetes

  10. 310.
    Army of Shadows (The Criterion Collection)
    by Jean-Pierre Melville

  11. 311.
    Where Is the Friend's Home? [VHS]
    by Abbas Kiarostami

  12. 312.
    The King of Comedy

  13. 313.
    Network (Two-Disc Special Edition)
    by Sidney Lumet

  14. 314.
    Hour of the Wolf (Vargtimmen)
    by Ingmar Bergman

  15. 315.
    Opening Night

  16. 316.
    Weekend
    by Jean-Luc Godard

  17. 317.
    Russian Ark: The Masterworks Edition
    by Alexander Sokurov

  18. 318.
    Lola Montes
    by Max Ophüls

  19. 319.

  20. 320.
    Chelsea Girls (Pal/Region 0)

  21. 322.
    Reservoir Dogs (Two-Disc Special Edition)
    by Quentin Tarantino

  22. 323.
    Dawn of the Dead (1978)
    by George A. Romero

  23. 324.
    Marnie
    by Alfred Hitchcock

  24. 325.
    In a Year With 13 Moons
    by Rainer Werner Fassbinder

  25. 326.
    Cinema Paradiso - The New Version
    by Giuseppe Tornatore

  26. 327.
    High and Low (The Criterion Collection)
    by Akira Kurosawa

  27. 328.
    The Thin Blue Line
    by Errol Morris

  28. 329.
    October (Ten Days That Shook the World)
    by Grigori Aleksandrov

  29. 330.
    The Bridge on the River Kwai (Limited Edition)
    by David Lean

  30. 331.
    Zire Darakhatan Zeyton (Through the Olive Trees)
    by Abbas Kiarostami

  31. 332.
    Landscape in the Mist
    by Theodoros Angelopoulos

  32. 333.
    Listen to Britain (1942)
    by Humphrey Jennings

  33. 334.
    Kiss Me Deadly
    by Robert Aldrich

  34. 335.
    M. Hulot's Holiday (The Criterion Collection)
    by Jacques Tati

  35. 336.
    Meghe Dhaka Tara (The Cloud-Capped Star)
    by Ritwik Ghatak

  36. 337.
    The Green Ray
    by Eric Rohmer

  37. 338.
    Eyes Without a Face (The Criterion Collection)
    by Georges Franju

  38. 339.
    Cleo from 5 to 7 (The Criterion Collection)
    by Agnès Varda

  39. 340.
    Shadows - Criterion Collection
    by John Cassavetes

  40. 341.
    The Crime of Monsieur Lange
    by Jean Renoir

  41. 342.
    The Kid (2 Disc Special Edition)
    by Charles Chaplin

  42. 343.
    Pyaasa (1957)
    by Guru Dutt

  43. 344.
    Magnolia (New Line Platinum Series)
    by Paul Thomas Anderson

  44. 345.
    Nostalghia
    by Andrei Tarkovsky

  45. 346.
    Midnight Cowboy (Two Disc Collector's Edition)
    by John Schlesinger

  46. 347.
    Written on the Wind (The Criterion Collection)
    by Douglas Sirk

  47. 348.
    This is Spinal Tap (Special Edition)
    by Rob Reiner

  48. 349.
    West Side Story (Special Edition Collector's Set)
    by Jerome Robbins

  49. 350.
    Barbara Loden's Wanda
    by Barbara Loden

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Comments

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Fix This — 5 years ago

Whatever idiot destroyed this list, fix it.


Whoa!! 105 Missing — 5 years ago

Srry. I tried clicking on it as consumed, but it too forever to load. Then out of nowhere, it disapeared. 105 Duck Soup.

Untitled — 5 years ago

Fixed it


What's up with the list? — 5 years ago

Is it just me, or is the list really messed up now. Someone should really fix it up a little, I’m not exactly sure how or I’d do it myself. It looks as if someone has deleted the entire first page, or at least altered it to their liking.


Text List — 5 years ago

I would be forever indebted to the person who could link me to a full text list of these movies, that I could copy and paste. It just looks too sloppy to copy and paste the list off of this site. I’m not going to sell it or anything. Again, forever indebted.


Salo — 5 years ago

Regardless of whether Salo is a good film or not, it has reached a status of infamy that it certainly needs to be included in a comprehensive list of ‘must-sees’ not necessarily ‘bests’.


Untitled — 5 years ago

why salo?


Brakhage — 5 years ago

You can’t really complain. The fact that something as experimental and marginal (as in opposed to main streams) as the work of Brakhage is featured with 3 movies in this list (Dog Star Man, Scenes From Under Childhood & The Art of Vision – last year it was 4, but Text Of Light didn’t make the latest list) is proof enough that this extraordinary film maker gets the recognition he deserves.


S.B. — 5 years ago

Why did I have to wait until 900 and something for BRAKHAGE to show up. At first I thought it was because length was an issue, but “a train arrives at the station” is on here so that’s not it.


Something Wrong — 5 years ago

The list is now a top 1001…



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