Saturday, December 11, 2021

30 Movies I Have Watched Over and Over Again


Casablanca—Michael Curtiz 1942

The Magnificent Seven—John Sturges 1960

Zorba the Greek—Michael Cacoyannis 1964

The Godfather—Francis Ford Coppola 1972

Paper Chase—James Bridges 1973

Breaking Away—Peter Yates 1979

Field of Dreams—Phil Alden Robinson 1989

Born on the Fourth of July—Oliver Stone 1989

Dead Poets Society—Peter Weir 1989

Scent of a Woman—Martin Brest 1992

Tombstone—George Cosmatos 1993

Legends of the Fall—Edward Zwick 1994

Shawshank Redemption—Frank Darabont 1994

That Thing You Do—Tom Hanks 1996

Good Will Hunting—Gus Van Sant 1997

The Red Violin—Francois Gerard 1998

Saving Private Ryan—Steven Spielberg 1998

Almost Famous—Cameron Crowe 2001

61—Billy Crystal 2001

The Rookie—John Lee Hancock 2002

The Last Samurai—Edward Zwick 2003

Glory Road—James Gartner 2006

Bright Star—Jane Campion 2009

Midnight in Paris—Woody Allen 2011

The King’s Speech—Tom Hooper 2011

Water for Elephants—Francis Lawrence 2011

John Wick—Chad Stahelski 2014

Spotlight—Tom McCarthy 2015

Darkest Hour—Joe Wright 2017

Green Book—Peter Farelly 2018

1 comment:

  1. Favorite Movies

    Cinema Paradiso
    If I Were You
    The Seventh Seal
    Midsummer Night's Dream (Max Reinhardt, 1935)
    When Harry Met Sally
    The Philadelphia Story w/Hepburn
    Belle et la Bete (Jean Cocteau's Beauty and the Beast)
    It's A Wonderful Life
    The 39 Steps (Hitchcock)
    Citizen Kane
    A Night at the Opera (the Marx Brothers)
    Singin' in the Rain
    Battleship Potemkin
    The Third Man
    An American in Paris
    Some Like It Hot
    A Love Affair w/Boyer (precursor to An Affair to Remember)
    The Great Race
    Romeo & Juliet (Zeffirelli)
    The Gold Rush (Chaplin)
    The Wizard of Oz
    Miracle on 34th Street
    Holiday Inn
    It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
    Arsenic and Old Lace
    The March of the Wooden Soldiers (Laurel and Hardy)
    The Lady Vanishes
    A Shot in the Dark
    La Strada
    Chimes at Midnight (Orson Welles)
    The Thin Man