TSPDT - Highly Recommended Films

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The films the website ‘They Shoot Pictures, Don’t They?’ deems as ‘Highly Recommended’ viewing, ordered by year.

This is a dynamic list that will be updated periodically.

Last update: February 23, 2010

Latest Additions:

Ballast (2008)
Bright Star (2009)
Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009)
The Gay Divorcee (1934)
Last Chants for a Slow Dance (1977)
Wendy and Lucy (2008)
The Young One (1960)
Il Posto (1961)
The House is Black (1963)
Strangers When We Meet (1960)
A Married Woman (1964)
Le Bonheur (1965)

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  1. 1.
    Intolerance (1916)
    by D.W. Griffith

  2. 2.
    Broken Blossoms (Deluxe Edition)
    by D.W. Griffith

  3. 3.
    Nanook of the North (The Criterion Collection)
    by Robert J. Flaherty

  4. 4.
    Nosferatu
    by F.W. Murnau

  5. 6.
    Greed
    by Erich von Stroheim

  6. 7.
    The Last Laugh
    by F.W. Murnau

  7. 8.
    Navigator (1924)
    by Donald Crisp

  8. 9.
    Sherlock, Jr. (1924)
    by Buster Keaton

  9. 10.
    Seven Chances / Neighbors / The Balloonatic
    by Buster Keaton

  10. 11.
    Faust
    by F.W. Murnau

  11. 12.
    General (1927)
    by Buster Keaton

  12. 13.
    The Three-Sided Mirror (La Glace à Trois Faces)(1927)
    by Jean Epstein

  13. 15.
    The Unknown (1927)
    by Tod Browning

  14. 16.
    The Cameraman (1928)
    by Buster Keaton & Edward Sedgwick

  15. 17.
    The Circus: The Chaplin Collection (Two Disc Special Edition)
    by Charles Chaplin

  16. 18.
    The Crowd (1928)
    by King Vidor

  17. 19.
    The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928)
    by Carl Theodor Dreyer

  18. 20.
    The Wedding March (1928)
    by Erich von Stroheim

  19. 21.
    ?
    The Wind (1928)
    by Victor Sjöström

  20. 22.
    City Girl (1930)
    by F.W. Murnau

  21. 23.
    The Man with a Movie Camera (1929)
    by Dziga Vertov

  22. 24.
    L'Âge d'or (1930)
    by Luis Buñuel

  23. 25.
    All Quiet On The Western Front (1930)
    by Lewis Milestone

  24. 26.
    Morocco (1930)
    by Josef von Sternberg

  25. 27.
    Under the Roofs of Paris (1930)
    by René Clair

  26. 28.
    ?
    La Chienne (1931)
    by Jean Renoir

  27. 29.
    Frankenstein (1931)
    by James Whale

  28. 30.
    M
    by Fritz Lang

  29. 31.
    Monkey Business
    by Norman Z. McLeod

  30. 32.
    Le Million (1931)
    by René Clair

  31. 33.
    The Public Enemy
    by William Wellman

  32. 34.
    Tabu (1931)
    by F.W. Murnau

  33. 35.
    Broken Lullaby (The Man I Killed) (1932)
    by Ernst Lubitsch

  34. 36.
    A Farewell to Arms (1932)
    by Frank Borzage

  35. 37.
    Freaks (1932)
    by Tod Browning

  36. 38.
    Horse Feathers
    by Norman Z. McLeod

  37. 39.
    I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (1932)
    by Mervyn LeRoy

  38. 40.
    Liebelei (1933)
    by Max Ophuls

  39. 41.
    The Lost Squadron (1932)
    by George Archainbaud

  40. 42.
    Love Me Tonight (1932)
    by Rouben Mamoulian

  41. 43.
    The Old Dark House (1932)
    by James Whale

  42. 44.
    Scarface (1932)
    by Howard Hawks

  43. 45.
    Design for Living (1933)
    by Ernst Lubitsch

  44. 46.
    Duck Soup (1933)
    by Leo McCarey

  45. 47.
    Man's Castle (1933)
    by Frank Borzage

  46. 48.
    Zero for Conduct (1933)
    by Jean Vigo

  47. 49.
    L' Atalante
    by Jean Vigo

  48. 50.
    The Gay Divorcee
    by Mark Sandrich

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Created by who3697cares on Dec 23, 2008.
 

Comments

Untitled — 5 years ago

I assume that #16 should be the creepy, Tod Browning classic The Unknown, not the 2006 film Unknown. I made the change myself: hope that’s all right.




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