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  1. Devastating news to wake up to. Morricone was one of the first film composers I really remember paying attention to, when I first became aware of the concept of movie scores and soundtracks in general. RIP Mr. Morricone, your work will live on forever.
  2. Watched a lot of movies this week, so here we go. 7500 - Tense stuff, and a nice return to movies for JGL. What particularly impressed me about it, is how it managed to successfully convey the feeling of being trapped on an airplane, especially in a terrible stressful situation involving a terrorist attack. Ralph Breaks The Internet - Rewatched it on Netflix. Still pretty good, and I enjoyed all the mocking Disney references, even if the impact was less this time. The Car - An absolute idiotic if sometimes enjoyable Jaws ripoff. What impressed me about the film, aside from the fact that people knew how to get away from a vehicle that was coming straight for them really fast, was that such a relatively obscure movie with a bit of a cult-following, was available on Netflix. Hollywood Shuffle - That was a lot of fun to revisit. Very low-budget, and clearly a bunch of sketches stitched together in a barely existing plot that attempts to tackle racial stereotypes in the film industry, but the actors really sell it. Even though he was before my generation, I miss when Robert Townsend was almost a thing. The Skeleton Twins - Solid indie film about a bunch of messed-up emotionally distant siblings. I can't believe I missed it when it came to my arthouse theater back in 2014. Wiig and Hader are both terrific, and the movie kept surprising me in good ways, that I didn't expect it to.
  3. 1. The Empire Strikes Back 2. The Last Jedi 3. A New Hope 4. The Force Awakens 5. Return of The Jedi 6. Star Wars: Knights of The Republic II: The Sith Lords 7. Star Wars: Knights of The Republic 8. Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008 - 2020) 9. Solo: A Star Wars Story 10. Star Wars: The Old Republic 11. Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga 12. Rogue One 13. Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2003 - 2005) 14. Star Wars: The Mandolarian 15. Star Wars: Rogue Squadron II 16. Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of The Sith 17. Star Wars: Battlegrounds II 18. Star Wars: Droids 19. Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 20. Star Wars Episode 1: Racer 21. Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker 22. Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace 23. Star Wars Episode II: Attack of The Clones 24. Star Wars: Kinect 25. Star Wars: The Holiday Special
  4. I really can't think of a more fitting number one for a top historical fiction film list then Schindler's List. Not only is it an excellent movie based off true events, but it's also one of the most emotionally draining and powerful films ever made. Great list and great presentation @The Panda.
  5. There may be honor among thieves, but there's none in politicians!
  6. No, but you can cause a revolt because it ain't number one.
  7. Also one of the best cast films ever. Everyone is used perfectly in it.
  8. Incredible film. Thanks for reminding me it's on Amazon Prime now. I'm gonna rewatch it soon.
  9. Come & See is an incredible film. That ending absolutely wrecked me, but the entire thing is fantastic.
  10. I see this list is already off to an audacious start.
  11. My final list. 1. Lawrence of Arabia 2. Doctor Zhivago 3. Schindler’s List 4. The Grapes of Wrath 5. Come and See 6. Ran 7. Grave of The Fireflies 8. Goodfellas 9. Seven Samurai 10. The Right Stuff 11. Amadeus 12. Aguirre, The Wrath of God 13. Harakiri 14. Letters From Iwo Jima 15. All Quiet on The Western Front 16. Life of Brian 17. The Social Network 18. Ivan’s Childhood 19. The Age of Innocence 20. Saving Private Ryan 21. Malcolm X 22. City of God 23. Singin in The Rain 24. Lincoln 25. The Conformist 26. 12 Years A Slave 27. Catch Me If You Can 28. Master and Commander: The Far-Side of the World 29. Ugetsu 30. Bridge of Spies 31. Unforgiven 32. The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp 33. Avalon 34. Raise The Red Lantern 35. Sounder 36. Throne of Blood 37. Alexander Nevsky 38. The Private Life of Henry VII 39. The Lion in Winter 40. JFK 41. Gladiator 42. Dunkirk 43. Silence 44. Ivan The Terrible 45. 1776 46. Hero 47. Kingdom of Heaven 48. Spartacus 49. Tora! Tora! Tora! 50. The Gold Rush
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