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. 251.
    The Wages of Fear (The Criterion Collection) (1953)
    by Henri-Georges Clouzot

  2. 252.
    Day of Wrath

  3. 253.
    The Story of the Late Chrysanthemums
    by Kenji Mizoguchi

  4. 254.
    Night and Fog (The Criterion Collection)
    by Alain Resnais

  5. 255.
    Spirited Away
    by Hayao Miyazaki

  6. 256.
    Videodrome (The Criterion Collection)
    by David Cronenberg

  7. 257.
    My Neighbor Totoro
    by Hayao Miyazaki

  8. 258.
    The Life of Oharu (Criterion Collection)
    by Kenji Mizoguchi

  9. 259.
    Husbands
    by John Cassavetes

  10. 260.
    Fargo (Special Edition)
    by Ethan Coen

  11. 261.
    An Autumn Afternoon (The Criterion Collection)
    by Yasujiro Ozu

  12. 262.
    Throne of Blood (The Criterion Collection)
    by Akira Kurosawa

  13. 263.
    The Big Sleep (Snap case)
    by Howard Hawks

  14. 264.
    Paris, Texas
    by Wim Wenders

  15. 265.
    Werckmeister Harmonies
    by Bela Tarr

  16. 266.
    The Maltese Falcon
    by John Huston

  17. 267.
    Distant Voices, Still Lives (1988)
    by Terence Davies

  18. 268.
    La Notte
    by Michelangelo Antonioni

  19. 269.

  20. 270.
    Red
    by Krzysztof Kieslowski

  21. 271.
    Monsieur Verdoux
    by Charles Chaplin

  22. 272.
    My Night At Maud's
    by Eric Rohmer

  23. 274.
    A Canterbury Tale (The Criterion Collection)
    by David Thompson

  24. 275.
    The Piano
    by Jane Campion

  25. 276.
    Underground
    by Emir Kusturica

  26. 277.
    A Trip to the Moon (Le Voyage Dans La Lune) (1902)
    by Georges Méliès

  27. 278.
    I Am Cuba
    by Mikhail Kalatozov

  28. 279.
    Groundhog Day (Special Edition)
    by Harold Ramis

  29. 280.
    It Happened One Night
    by Frank Capra

  30. 281.
    F for Fake (The Criterion Collection)
    by Orson Welles

  31. 282.
    El verdugo (1963)
    by Luis García Berlanga

  32. 283.

  33. 284.
    Harold and Maude
    by Hal Ashby

  34. 285.
    Love Streams
    by John Cassavetes

  35. 287.
    I Know Where I'm Going! (The Criterion Collection) (1945)
    by Emeric Pressburger

  36. 288.

  37. 289.
    The Double Life of Veronique (The Criterion Collection)
    by Krzysztof Kieslowski

  38. 290.
    How Green Was My Valley
    by John Ford

  39. 291.
    Unforgiven (Two-Disc Special Edition)
    by Clint Eastwood

  40. 292.
    Out 1 (Noli Me Tangere)
    by Jacques Rivette 1971 (France) 12hrs+53min

  41. 293.
    Orpheus (Original French) [Criterion Collection]
    by Jean Cocteau

  42. 294.
    In the Realm of the Senses
    by Nagisa Ôshima

  43. 295.

  44. 296.
    The Philadelphia Story (Two-Disc Special Edition)
    by George Cukor

  45. 297.
    To Kill a Mockingbird (Universal Legacy Series)
    by Robert Mulligan

  46. 298.
    Killer of Sheep
    by Charles Burnett

  47. 299.
    The Puppetmaster
    by Hsiao-hsien Hou

  48. 300.
    A Touch of Zen
    by King Hu

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Created by horakhti on Mar 15, 2006.
 

Comments

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Germany Year Zero — 5 years ago

Oh, the new list is out for 2008!

Thanks again.


December 2008 update — 5 years ago

All done. If someone wants to check over what I’ve done to make sure I didn’t screw anything up or add the wrong version of a film, that would be great.


1-500 — 5 years ago

The first 500 have been updated with the December 2008 update. I’m going to keep on going, and will comment on this post each 100 I complete.


I'm starting the update — 5 years ago

I’m starting at the beginning. I’ll post how far I get.


2008 Update — 5 years ago

Is everyone ready for the big push to update this list? The new version is due out any time.


Untitled — 5 years ago

Completely fixed


Untitled — 5 years ago

Fixed to #800


Untitled — 5 years ago

Repaired up to #250. Assuming that whoever did this in the first place doesn’t come back to do it again.


Ordet (1955) — 5 years ago

This film is supposed to be at #37.

And what the hell is James Cameron’s “Titanic” doing on this list?


Come on! — 5 years ago

We need to fix this list! What idiot changed it? Who ever it was, they don’t have very good taste.



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