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Thursday December 27  2012

A list of movies, compiled by decade, to watch during the holidays. Based on my preferences and what’s available on Netflix, Headweb, iTunes and my DVD-shelf. Compiling the list i realized the 80ies was a totally retarded decade when it came to movies and that I’m not much for comedies. 100’s should be added of course, but these are the ones we’re starting out with. Enjoy.
Battleship Potemkin, Eisenstein
The Tramp, Chaplin
Gone with the wind, Fleming
39 steps, Hitchcock
The Man Who Knew Too Much, Hitchcock
Citizen Kane, Welles
Gilda, Vidor
Casablanca, Curtiz
Seven Year Itch, Wilder
East of Eden, Kazan
Rebel Without a Cause, Weisbart
The Magician, Bergman
The 400 Blows, Truffaut
African Queen, Huston
Seven Samurai, Kurosawa
The Bridge on River Kwai, Lean
Cool hand luke, Rosenberg
8 1/2, Fellini
Cleopatra, Mankiewicz
Doctor Zhivago, Lean
The Good, The bad and The Ugly Leone
The Great Escape, Sturges
The Godfather I and II, Coppola
Caligula, Guccione
Apocalypse now, Coppola
Taxi Driver, Scorsese
Deer Hunter, Cimino
A Clockwork Orange, Kubrick
Jaws, Spielberg
One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, Forman
The Shining, Kubrick
Scarface. De Palma
Dead Poets Society, Weir
Back to the Future, Zemeckis
Big Trouble in Little China, Carpenter
Scent of a Woman, Brest
Seven, Fincher
Pulp Fiction, Tarantino
Eyes Wide Shut, Kubrick
Shawshank Redemption, Darabont
Schindler’s List, Spielberg
Silence of the Lambs, Demme
Kill Bill I and II, Tarantino
Lost in translation, Coppola
The Hurt Locker, Bigelow
Gladiator, Scott
The Wrestler, Aronofsky
A Royal Affair, Arcel
Sucker Punch, Snyder
Nude Nuns With Big Guns, Guzman