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  1. Solo isn't getting WW legs, the same opening would mean a far smaller gross overall.
  2. So there appears to be just one entry from 2016's top 100 that didn't make the top 250 this time and that's Magnolia, I wonder what happened there.
  3. The 41 from my list to miss the top 250: Doctor Zhivago American History X Nightcrawler Dances With Wolves The Revenant Fiddler On The Roof Black Hawk Down American Gangster The Last Emperor Monster Double Indemnity X-Men: First Class Kick-Ass A Monster Calls Dial M For Murder The Martian The Lobster Wind River American Hustle Star Trek Into Darkness The Raid: Redemption Mad Max: Road Warrior Looper True Grit (2010) Eve's Bayou Mudbound Ryan's Daughter Super 8 The Impossible Zero Dark Thirty Captain Phillips Snowpiercer Hanna Sunset Boulevard The Boxer Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes Empire Of The Sun The Fifth Element The Name Of The Rose The Night Of The Hunter Jackie Brown
  4. 1. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring 2. The Dark Knight 5. 12 Angry Men 9. The Godfather 10. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers 11. The Matrix 12. Pulp Fiction 15. Schindler's List 18. Jaws 21. Mad Max: Fury Road 22. Saving Private Ryan 24. Inception 25. The Shawshank Redemption 27. The Good, The Bad and the Ugly 30. Alien 38. Gladiator 39. Fight Club 41. Princess Mononoke 45. Pan's Labyrinth 46. Se7en 50. Vertigo 55. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest 56. Apocalypse Now 57. Once Upon a Time in the West 62. Wall-E 63. Taxi Driver 70. Memento 72. Fargo 73. Psycho 75. Heat 77. Logan 79. Do the Right Thing 81. The Departed 86. Unforgiven 87. Lawrence of Arabia 92. Gravity 95. There Will Be Blood 97. City of God 99. Grave of the Fireflies 39/100 102. L.A. Confidential 104. The Big Lebowski 106. The Thing 113. Batman Begins 119. District 9 122. A Clockwork Orange (my number 1 ) 134. Bridge on the River Kwai 143. The Green Mile 151. The Social Network 152. Arrival 161. Black Swan 173. Django Unchained 174. Interstellar 190. Ex Machina 192. Gone Girl 193. The Grapes of Wrath 202. The Dark Knight Rises 223. Slumdog Millionare 224. Raising Arizona 239. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes 58/250
  5. so of the top 100 I have seen 97 with 39 being in my own top 100. Of the top 250 I have seen 185 with 58 making my top 100.
  6. I'm glad the very average ESB has finally been kicked out of the first place in favour of a vastly superior film (whichever one it ends up being). Of the 2 left both are incredible, but I prefer TDK.
  7. Personally i'm just not a very emotional person and I haven't cried since I was a little child (not just with movies, but in real life as well), so if a movie requires you to be sad to work, then it probably won't do as well with me.
  8. I saw Titanic (again) recently for the top 25 of 97 list, and while it's OK it just isn't that good. I had as the 13th best film of 97 and wouldn't put it anywhere near the top 100 of all time.
  9. I agree with this, and there is also the issue with Carrie Fisher's terrible acting in this one. She reacts to her home planet being destroyed the way I would react to missing a bus and having to wait another 10 minutes.
  10. Titanic is far too high, but I do like it more than the 2 Star Wars movies that are going to show up.
  11. I used to put Avatar on my lists, but that's because I hadn't watched many films, so any film that I reasonably liked, like Avatar, would make it. My opinion of Avatar hasn't changed, but since then I have watched a lot of films, so something like Avatar is nowhere near making it.
  12. Best Films of the 1970s

    1 A Clockwork Orange 2 Apocalypse Now 3 Fiddler On The Roof 4 The Godfather 5 Jaws 6 Taxi Driver 7 Ryan's Daughter 8 One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest 9 Alien 10 Dog Day Afternoon 11 Network 12 Barry Lyndon 13 Serpico 14 The Godfather 2 15 Chinatown 16 Watership Down 17 The Sting 18 Rocky 19 Mad Max 20 Star Wars: A New Hope 21 The Castle Of Cagliostro 22 Kramer Vs. Kramer 23 The Holy Grail 24 A Boy And His Dog 25 Close Encounters Of The Third Kind 26 Diamonds Are Forever
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