PS: IMDb Poll Board Users' Top 10 Movies Since 1970

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The poll board users have chosen their most beloved movies since 1970. They all have reasons for picking their special candidate of the new movie era. Which the user's list would you agree the most? Tell us about your favorites here. Please also try Part I.

Rules:

Same as the before 1970s part. Different users may take the same #1 movie, if they want.

List:

https://www.imdb.com/list/ls097400659/
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Breumaster,

Please change the title of your list from:
Imdb Poll Board Users' Top 10 Movies Since 1970

To:
IMDb Poll Board Users' Top 10 Movies Since 1970
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Thank you Dan, I'm sorry about that. As you know, I usually write IMDb right. I've let the title gone through the capitalization tool, you linked me. It's a case of auto correction. ;) It's good you saw it. Thank you. :)
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Breumaster,

Thank you for updating the title of your list. I updated the title of this thread accordingly.

The capitalization tool works fine most of the time. Unfortunately, it does not handle acronyms or initialisms properly.
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1- The Shawshank Redemption
2- Inception
3- The Dark Knight
4- A Clockwork Orange
5- Joker
6- Goodfellas
7-Gladiator
8-Memento
9-Chinatown
10- I'm unable to decide yet.
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I made my choice The Godfather at number 10.
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Honorable mentions to my other favorite movies since 1970 (in no specific orders):

Dunkirk
Nightcrawler
The Dark Knight Rises
Gran Torino
Interstellar
The Prestige
No country for old men
pan's labyrinth
the lives of others
batman begins
downfall
Amélie
The Lord of the Rings trilogy
American History X
Princess Monoke
Life is Beautiful
The Usual Suspects
Se7en
BraveHeart
Léon: The professional
forrest gump
schindler's list
unforgiven
the silence of the lambs
scarface
The Godfather part 2
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Thank you cinephile. Would you like to add a quote?
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"This movie is intelligent, based on an excellent book, played by a legendary actor such as Morgan Freeman. Directed by a true artist ( Frank Darabont), I hope that this movie will be remembered for many years, Probably the best picture ever made. You need to see at least one time in your life."
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Should I link the mentioning of Frank Darabont to his profile? You decide. ;D
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Yes, it is a good idea.
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Done. :)
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leavey: Do you wanna give a quote for your #1?
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Phenomenal and sheer brilliance in every aspect that cannot be matched by modern cinema, Coppola's 'The Godfather' is cinematic perfection in every aspect of filmmaking. A masterpiece.
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Once upon a time in the west is from 1968
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Hoekki:
Thank you for noticing. I'll put it from the list. That's when you do two or three things at one time. ;)

leavey-2:
Would you please give me another candidate for #3?
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leavey-2:
We still need a candidate for #3, which didn't fit!
Please give me another candidate. Has to be after 1970.
You can also try this PS:
https://www.imdb.com/list/ls097362665/
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FYC
1) Brazil
2) Monty Python and the Holy Grail
3) Schindler's List
4) Apocalypse Now
5) The Shining
6) Star Wars
7) Lone Star
8) Full Metal Jacket
9) The Right Stuff
10) Twelve Monkeys









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Thank you otter. Would you like to suggest a quote for your #1?
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Narrowing this list to ten films was extremely tough! If I was making this list some other day, it would have probably looked different, based on my mood. Bus as it stands now, my Top 10 is:

Ko to tamo peva (1980)
Excalibur (1981)
Clue (1985)
Terminator 2 (1991)
Jurassic Park (1993)
The Big Lebowski (1998)
The Prince of Egypt (1998)
The Lord of the Rings (2001-2003); I don't care what anyone says, it's a single movie, split in three parts
Children of Men (2006)
Song of the Sea (2014)
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Quote for my #1:
Endlessly rewatchable and quotable - a perfect mix of comedy, drama and adventure, with a lot of memorable characters.
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Thank you. Just single movies. Not trilogies, quarologies, pentalogies, ... etc. The movie you have chosen stand for the trilogy for real fans, isn't it? I would choose 'Back to the Future' if I would take it for the top 10 and I would let it stand for the whole trilogy. Every Fan knows that. ;)
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NDBportmanfan 1: Thank you for suggesting. Do you have a quote for your suggestion's #1? It would make your suggestion more complete.
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It is such a sweet story that really left an impression in terms of me  appreciating films. I would have never branched out and tried to discover amazing films from the past or from different countries without watching this; I may never had the desire to visit this wonderful website either.
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1. Fallen Angels (1995)
2. Taxi Driver (1976)
3. The Godfather - Part II (1974)
4. The Godfather (1972)
5. Pulp Fiction (1994)
6. Brazil (1982)
7. Goodfellas (1990)
8. Fargo (1996)
9. The King of Comedy (1982)
10. Scarface (1983) 

Description for 1:
There is much talk but little being said, much hustle-bustle but so much loneliness. But amid the crowds streaming past quickly, you may find a deaf man amusing himself in slow-motion.
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I really like that you show that 'The Godfather - Part II' is better than the first part. I think so, too. It's for me like 'Star Wars'. For me, Episode 5 was the best. :)
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The Godfather
The Godfather Part II
Goodfellas
Once Upon a Time in America
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Rocky
Scarface
Tootsie
Back to the Future
Midnight Express
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ElMo: Thank you. Do you have a quote for your #1 pick?
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This is tough... I know there's movies I like but condensing them like this my mind draws a blank.  :)

1. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
2. Last Action Hero
3. Piglet's Big Movie
4. Rampage
5. Secret Life of Walter Mitty (newer one, of course)
6. Barbie as Rapunzel
7. Big Bad
8. Nacho Libre
9. Frozen
10. Christopher Robin

These are my picks for now - if I change anything, I'll let you know.
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1. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
No surprise there. ;-)
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Yeah, I always blow people away on here when I say that.  ;)
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Corporate ident! I put it to the list. Quote for #1?
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NIA for 'Big Bad' there are many movies. I took the most recent. It would be better to link it for such lists or at least give a date to avoid confusion. Please check, if these are the right movies, I linked. Thank you for suggesting. :D
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Yep, you got all the right ones!  Thanks!
Quote:
It's an absolutely exhilarating adventure with all the right ingredients!  The makers were imaginative, but respected the wonderful source material by C.S. Lewis.  And Liam Neeson was simply made to be Aslan.
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I also leave you the direct links to the movies so you can save some time.

1_[link=tt0075314] Taxi Driver
2_[link=tt0073486] One Flew Over the Cucko's Nest
3_[link=tt0078788] Apocalypse Now
4_[link=tt0068646] The Godfather
5_[link=tt0327056] Mystic River
6_[link=tt0118749] Boogie Nights
7_[link=tt0070735] The Sting
8_[link=tt0088763] Back to the Future
9_[link=tt0317248] City of God
10_[link=tt0993846] The Wolf of Wall Street
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You may notice that the 70s are my favorite decade in terms of movies, 5 of my 10 films are from the 70s.
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Let me think of something to say about Taxi Driver that doesn't sound silly or pretentious haha.
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You don't have to, if you don't want to. It would make your suggestion more complete. But anyway. If you want something to quote about it later, you can do later. But when it's online, I don't want to ask for 10 repushes or something like that. Thank you for giving me your example for a top 10 list. :D
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I though for my own list like many movies you have on your list, specially 'City of God'. It's a masterpiece! Most of the others were on my mind, too! ;D
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About Taxi Driver:
Taxi Driver is not only my favorite movie, it is also the movie that has affected me the most, it gave me a state of alienation like no movie, no book, no song has done it, I fell in love with the underground world through which Travis travels through of his yellow taxi in a kind of descent into madness while the smoke escapes through the vents of the streets, and the cab splashes through water from hydrants--a Stygian passage.
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Thank you, Joe. I've put it to the list. :D
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If anyone want's to give a quote to his/her/divers #1, you're welcome.
I'm heading for at least 12 top 10 lists. So please suggest. :)
Still 25 options open.

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Everyone who wants to change the word "Quote" to "Reason": Please hit the like Button on this reply!
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Ok two people. I take this as a yes! ;)
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Make that 3!  :D
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Can you add a link to first poll? I can’t remember that one. Don’t know if I contribute to that poll.
My top 10 will be:
1. The Machinist
2. Commando
3. Taxi Driver
4. About Schmidt
5. Joker
6. The Warriors
7. Risky Business
8. Back to the future
9. Memento
10. Westworld
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I saw you found it by yourself. Thank you for your picks. Would you like to add a quote for your #1 (Reason:) ? You don't have to, if you don't want to. But it would make your suggestion more complete.
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Yes I found the list, I thought you meant an older poll. I will think about a description.
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About Machinist:
You don’t know what you are watching until the film is finished. Then all pieces fall into place, just like Trevor Reznik, Christian Bale in the performance of his life, and you see what for masterpiece this movie is.
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Hoekkie:
Very nice, thank you.
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1_Spirited Away(2001)
2_Nashville(1975)
3_Wall E(2008)
4_Raging Bull(1980)
5_The Player(1992)
6_Your Name(2016)
7_Ghost in the Shell(1995)
8_My Neighbor Totoro(1988)
9_Akira(1988)
10_Fargo(1996)
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Dracko: I'll put it on the list. Do you got any line for your #1 I could write to the list (Reason:) ?
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Done. :D
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"Hayao Miyazaki created a masterpiece of animation, and this type of films is what makes Japanese animation always above the American, this is a mature, complex and deep animation, Miyazaki's work is almost perfect, the history is surreal and fantastic and has a beauty that only this movie could have"
This top could easily be made of Miyazaki movies, however I gave other great filmmakers a chance
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You forgot to add my line on Spirited Away, if it is not a problem for you I would also like to change A Prophet (2009) instead of Raging Bull, thanks
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Alternative top:
1_Once Upon a Time in America(1984)
2_Blood Simple(1984)
3_Princess Mononoke(1997)
4_Adaptation(2002)
5_Magnolia(1999)
6_Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind(1984)
7_Memories of Murder(2003)
8_The Last Temptation of Christ(1988)
9_The Long Goodbye(1973)
10_3 Women(1977)
Some movies that also deserved to be on my top
The Godfather(1972)
Contact(1997)
In the Mood for Love
Mystery Train(1989)
Ratatouille(2007)
No Country for Old Men(2007)
Howl Moving Castle(2004)
Mary and Max(2009)
The Iron Giant(1999)
Castle in the Sky(1986)
The Wind Rises(2013)
Being John Malkovich(1998)
Being There(1979)
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Dracko:
Sorry for that. I added your reason and changed your #4 ('Raging Bull') to 'Un prophète ' ('A Prophet').
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Children of a Lesser God (1986) A reminder of our own humility
The Unbearable Lightness of Being (1988) A reminder of life's potential
Schindler's List (1993) A reminder of the fact that one person CAN make a difference
Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) A reminder of the fact that we are not alone
The Year of Living Dangerously (1982) A reminder of good and evil
Breezy (1973) A reminder of the human condition of the heart
Erin Brockovich (2000) A reminder of the good that's inside of us despite our flaws
All the President's Men (1976) A reminder of what good Journalism was
Absence of Malice (1981) A reminder of what bad Journalism is
As Good as It Gets (1997) A reminder of the fact that everyone is redeemable




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Ed:
Thank you, Ed. I appreciate your suggestion. It's put to the list. I only put a reason to #1s in this poll, but it's nice to see the other explanations. :D
What do you think about this one:
GS:
https://getsatisfaction.com/imdb/topics/ps-imdb-poll-board-users-top-10-all-time-classic-movies
IMDb:
https://www.imdb.com/list/ls097362665/
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The first comment only makes sense if all 10 comments are there. There is a theme in the movies selection.
Using the 1st comment is useless.

Change it to this.

The 10 movies listed here remind us of all that is good and bad in a modern society and what you can do if you dare to be part of it.
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No sorry, I let it stay that way. If you don't want it, I can still change your reason-line to "n/a", if you want so. It's also about the #1, but in a top 10 list. And no - I won't redesign this all now. The poll deciders can take it online or not. They decide. I f not, it's not bad, just another offer. But if they have a lack of suggestions later, they still might use it.
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my reasoning for Brazil as my #1: It's an amazing fantasy story with incredible visuals and great performances, especially Robert Dinero's cameo as the blackmarket fugitive heating repairman. It's the story of a everyman who is happy in his anonymity who finds himself chasing the girl of his dreams, literally, through the world of an oppressive government that controls everything and tries to control everyone. It holds up well after 30 years and stands the test of time.
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riverotter:
Thank you, I've put it to the list.
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1.- Black Swan (2010)

Visually stunning and with a powerful lead actress, it is a movie that shows three stories in one. The descent of a dancer into madness, the rivalry in a ballett for the main role and the story of Swan Lake.

2.- The Dark Knight (2008)
3.- Children of Men (2006)
4.- Jurassic Park (1993)
5.- Toy Story 3 (2010)
6.- Das Leben der Anderen (2006)
7.- El secreto de sus ojos (2009) 
8.- Whiplash (2014)
9.- Dangerous Liaisons (1988)
10.- The Mission (1986)
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Thank you Pencho. I've put your suggestion to the list.
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I could have made this list 10 animated feature films. That would have been easier to pull together afterall, I've rated 3155 films from 1970 to present. The following list is from hunting and pecking from those rated 10/10. And that still was a herculean task where I'm sure I missed who knows what. AS it stands? This is a bastardized top ten list from my previous ranking I deleted a couple of years ago in order to motivate myself into creating a new top 100 list.

1. Princess Mononoke (1997)
2. Spirited Away (2001)
3. Ghost in the Shell (1995)
4. Children of Men (2006)
5. Sideways (2004)
6. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
7. Howl's Moving Castle (2004)
8. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)
9. Chinatown (1974)
10. Sicario (2015)

Hayao Miyazaki's visually striking masterwork is even more powerful in this environmental and political climate. Civilization and nature at war with each other.






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Very close to adding Spirited Away and Children of Men myself.
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Stephen Atwood:
I hope, youl'll cope with it. I won't change the poll design now, since so many users agreed the form of it. Thank you anyway for suggesting. I put it to the list as you wish. :D
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I'm fine with that. I was just lamenting my own ... laziness.
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hey breu....

here’s is a list for the 70’s and beyond...(excluding documentaries and tv movies)...

 

1...chinese coffee (2000)

2...all the president’s men (1976)

3...the commitments (1991)

4...the paper (1994)

5...the rocky horror picture show (1975)

6...network (1976)

7...the red violin (1998)

8...short cuts (1993)

9...bird (1988)

10...zelig (1983)

 

honorable mentions from the 70’s...

all that jazz (1979)...the conversation (1974)...papillon (1973)

dog day afternoon (1975)...the china syndrome (1979)

and justice for all (1979)...chinatown (1974)...capricorn one (1978)

equus (1977)...the taking of pelham one two three (1974)

phantom of the paradise (1974)...and so many more...


quote... ”Chinese Coffee” stars Jerry Orbach and Al Pacino and features writing that is crisp, raw, and real... The emotions are endless as Pacino’s character writes a new novel, while Orbach’s character struggles on with his photography... Jealousy and desire fill the screen with two actors who portray these characters with honesty and trust...  The movie is filmed in a low-rent style, perfect for an arthouse showing, as well as bringing their New York into a truthful existence... 

peace always...
rocky

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Peace, rocky! :D Your suggestion is added to list. Thank you for contributing. :D
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1 - Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels
2 - Das Boot
3 - Apocalypse Now
4 - The Godfather (I consider 1 & 2 a single film, they complement each other)
5 - Reservoir Dogs
6 - Alien
7 - Fight Club
8 - Evil Dead
9 - Unforgiven
10 - Blade Runner

titles I had to leave out, but feel that I must mention anyway:

Amadeus
Smoke
JFK
The Sting
Machan
Come And See
Goodfellas
Silence Of The Lambs
Schindler's List
Jeremiah Johnson
Rocky
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
Letter To America
Pulp Fiction
Spirited Away
Catch 22 (this is from 1970, so perhaps belongs to the other list)
Apartment Zero
The Commitments
Kelly's Heroes
Birdman
The Killing of A Chinese Bookie
The Blues Brothers
The Conversation
Jaws
Before The Rain
Do The Right Thing
Terminator 2
Day Of The Dead (1985)
Papillon
The French Connection
Raiders of The Lost Ark
The Thief
Raising Arizona


These are also among my favorite films, but the ones I listed are of course better. (I think I just wrote down pretty much all of my post-1970 favorites)

I consider Das Boot as the best film ever made, but I put it at number two and put my favorite at the no.1 spot. I guess that was the point of this poll, wasn't it, to name our favorite movies as opposed to best movies?

The reason I chose Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels as my favorite film is very simple: it's the most fun I ever had watching a film. It has perfect photography, perfect editing (never, ever slowing down or going so fast that you miss the story) looks extremely slick, has perhaps the best and most quotable dialogue I heard in a comedy, Guy Ritchie used music as well as Tarantino, perhaps even better, almost like a character in the film. And although the plot is extremely intricate, you have no trouble following it. At least I didn't.

(I didn't include Shawshank. I rated it 10 on imdb and wrote a short, praising review, but like I said on my review, I consider it a very beautiful film, but not a truly great film. But I admit I must have watched it 40 times, and know almost all the lines by heart)
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Thank you for suggesting. I've put your suggestion to the list. :D
Just check, if the release dates fit. Many productions had reboots in later times. I've taken the most widely known (think so) popular picks.
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1_Into the Wild

2_The Departed

3_Soylent Green

4_The Shining

5_American Psycho

6_Fight Club

7_Zodiac

8_V for Vendetta

9_Titanic

10_Scarface


About Into the Wild:

It has a fascinating story that caught me from the beginning and changed my way of seeing life, the last phrase that Christopher writes in his wood is one of the quotes that has most marked my life, I learned to appreciate small pleasures of life, the kindness of people and it's still an incredibly directed and interpretated movie.


IMDb account: https://www.imdb.com/user/ur107361970...
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Welcome Cobain_L5. :D
I've put your suggestion to the list. That's an interesting top 10, you gave me.
Thank you for suggesting.
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NarniaisAwesome

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Breu, please replace Nacho Libre with A Very Brady Sequel.  Thanks.  :)
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Breumaster

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Done. :D
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Cobain_L5

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Thanks, however I want to make a brief arrangement on my top; instead of American Psycho I would like to place Goodfellas.