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  1. I think our top 4 are the exact same just in inverse order. Still have to work out the rest.
  2. I have not seen Old, but come on man Scream 4 made the bottom of the list.
  3. My list! Rosemary's Baby (1968) The Devil's Backbone (2001) Salem's Lot (1979) Psycho (1960) The Exorcist (1973) The VVitch (2015) Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979) The Evil Dead (1981) The Wolf Man (1941) The Thing (1982) Cronos (1993) The Fly (1986) An American Werewolf in London (1981) Frankenstein (1931) Alien (1979) Jaws (1975) The Shining (1980) Silence of the Lambs (1991) Midsommar (2019) Gojira (1954) Carrie (1976) Evil Dead 2 (1987) Gremlins (1984
  4. Mamma Mia! Here we go again is a great bit of fun. Mamma Mia is somewhat as well. Greatest Showman is absolute garbage (the soundtrack is as bad as the movie). The reviews trashing DEH brought me a little joy. Haven’t seen the musical but I can’t stand the music, and the plot sounds deranged.
  5. Final list! Once Upon a Time in the West The Good, The Bad and the Ugly The Searchers Unforgiven The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford True Grit (2010) The Wild Bunch Django Unchained Blazing Saddles The Hateful Eight For a Few Dollars More No County for Old Men The Revenant Dances with Wolves The Treasure of Sierra Madre The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence Tombstone The Outlaw Josey Wales High Noon My Darling Clementine A Fistful of Dollars
  6. And now for the grand reveal! Number 2 "If you work for a living, why do you kill yourself working?" Number 1 "How can you trust a man that wears both a belt and suspenders? Man can't even trust his own pants." The Spaghetti Westerns of Sergio Leone By The Spaghetti Western Database "Us fans of the genre know of course many directors dabbled in the genre and we all have our individual favorites. But for people who know of the genre and aren't necessarily fans, the one name that comes to mind
  7. I hope you all can forgive me. Somebody in a blackhat stuffed the ballot box! Here is the real number 4. Number 4 "Deserve's got nothin' to do with it." How Unforgiven laid the classic movie western to rest By David Pountain "Ever since John Ford admitted to printing the legend in his 1962 masterpiece, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, the traditional mythology of the Old West has undergone an extensive series of cinematic reappraisals. From The Wild Bunch to Heaven’s Gate, gritty revisionist westerns and so-called ‘
  8. And so the final shoot off. Looks like we have a classic western duel on our hands! vs Which cowboy will prevail as our best cowboy movie of all time? The winner will be revealed in a few hours when I am back from dinner!
  9. Number 3 "That'll be the day." What 1956 has to say about 1868 in 2020 by @Cap "This is not the John Wayne 1956 audiences are used to seeing. In 1956, John Wayne was an American icon that had one hundred and thirty three pictures to his credit. And whether it's the Outlaw Kid in Stagecoach (1939) or Lt. Rusty Ryan in They Were Expendable (1945), he always played The Hero. In John Wayne’s 1972 New York Times Obit, then President Carter called him: "a symbol of many of the most basic qualities that made America great. In the a
  10. Number 4 "Logan... You still have time!" Deconstructionism and the Gospel of Hope in Logan By some Christian apologetics guy "Deconstructing a Genre. Though Logan invokes the spirit of the classic western Shane (1953) at multiple junctures, one cannot shake the feeling that the film has more to do with Clint Eastwood’s deconstruction of the western genre, Unforgiven (1992). Screenwriter John August once said of David Webb Peoples’s script for Eastwood’s brilliant film: 'I think the script takes our expectations of what a western
  11. Number 5 "Don't that picture look dusty?" Why The Assassination of Jesse James is a masterful modern western By William Carroll "In the final act of Andrew Dominik’s retelling of the infamous American outlaw and the man who took his life, Jesse James (Brad Pitt) looks out over the lonely prairie beyond his front porch with his killer sitting by his side. “I often go on journey’s out of my body,” he confesses to Robert Ford (Casey Affleck), “and I wonder about that man that’s gone so wrong.” It’s intimate moments like these, where the pair co
  12. My review is this, except the exact opposite of almost everything Baumer said
  13. Easily the best action in the MCU. Probably a top 3 MCU movie right next to Black Panther and Iron Man 3.
  14. We had some Tarantino fans that ranked them both very high!
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