Annie Hall(1977) Directed by Woody Allen
Woody Allen's masterpiece is simply the smartest, most intuitive film I've seen. Somehow, no matter what phase I'm going through in my life, Annie Hall always has something very profound to say that is always personal. Brilliant.
Vertigo(1958) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Mesmerizing film with almost no dialogue. The performances of Stewart and Novak had to be perfect and they were. Hitchcock shines a light on his own obsessions.
The Godfather(1972) Directed by Francis Ford Coppola
A perfectly told story. Coppola takes his time to tell a good story. Seemingly a lost art. A movie of amazing conviction.
The Third Man(1949) Directed by Carol Reed
Flawless performances by Joseph Cotten, Valli, and Orson Welles. This movie not only has the best entrance in history, but also my favorite exit in the wonderfully somber finish.
Gates of Heaven(1978) Directed by Errol Morris
Roger Ebert mentions this fascinating documentary about pet cemetaries to be among the ten best movies ever made and after two years of searching for the out of print video, I have to agree. The film that comes closest to exploring the mysteries of life and death
Boogie Nights(1997) Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson
Does anybody realize yet how great this movie is? The group of people most affected by the move from the free love seventies to the conservative Reagan eighties, the pornography industry struggles to make the adjustment.
A Clockwork Orange(1971) Directed by Stanley Kubrick
Kubrick's masterpiece of sex and violence is both disturbing and entertaining. The cyclical story telling is masterful.
E.T.(1982) Directed by Steven Spielberg
There seems to be an E.T. backlash and I don't know why. The decency of this movie is overwhelming. It should reassure every person that there is a true goodness out there.
This Is Spinal Tap(1982) Directed by Rob Reiner
What a comedy should be. Respects the intelligence of the viewer to get the jokes. This movie must be seen many times to get all the jokes.
Hoop Dreams(1994) Directed by Steve James
The best documentary I've ever seen is more than just a great story about basketball. As the lives of Arthur and William are shaped, they move in directions that would have seemed schmaltzy in fiction. Breathtaking.
Leaving Las Vegas(1995) Directed by Mike Figgis
A movie full of contradictions. It is full of redemption and loss of hope. Elisabeth Shue provides a heart for the masterpiece. Nicolas Cage, we know you can act like this. Please do it again.
Pulp Fiction(1994) Directed by Quentin Tarantino
Time shifting has never been as seamless as Tarantino's use. This movie has spawned all the imitators and no equals.
On the Waterfront(1954) Directed by Elia Kazan
"I coulda been a contender" is my favorite line in a movie. Brando gives the performance of anybody's lifetime. Kazan controversy aside, he is a fabulous director.
Magnolia(1999) Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson
With this sprawling, ambitious, thrilling, and emotional journey, Anderson has clearly established himself as THE director to watch.
The Graduate(1967) Directed by Mike Nichols
Captures the confusing time between when you think you know everything and you realize you don't know anything. Hoffman gives us a glimpse of things to come.
It Happened One Night(1934) Directed by Frank Capra
Charming and decent in a way that Capra only seems to understand. We need more Capras in this world.
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