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Ben-Hur Report Abuse
3729 points - added 8 years ago by checkmate - 5 comments
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This movie contains the best presentation of Jesus of all Bible films. And the film also shows true heroism comes from dedication to the good and godly things.
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Excellent movie, but it doesn't rate with movies like the second on this list, computers or not. Definitely Hammy. It was a good movie in its time.
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The acting is hammy by today's standards but you have to look beyond that. This is true art. Admire the film for what it is and not what it isn't. Learn to appreciate it as a milestone in the history of cinema. Filmmaking wasn't so easy back then, they didn't have computers and green screens and all that jazz.
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This move should be top 20 at least. Awesome movie, chariot race seen is still spectacular after all these years.
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This film won 11 Oscars.
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The Searchers Report Abuse
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Western fans rejoice, they now have TWO lists, see the extensive Cinema's Best Westerns.
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The westerns now have their own list. Vote for your favorite at Best Western Films.
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Quite probably the best Western ever made. Anyone who questions John Wayne's acting ability should watch this movie. He should have won the Best Actor Oscar that year.....
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The Ten Commandments Report Abuse
2642 points - added 6 years ago by tboneya - 1 comment
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The best Bible film ever made. Impressing and lasting.
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It's a Wonderful Life Report Abuse
1964 points - added 8 years ago by checkmate - 1 comment
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This is a mediocure fantasy for sure. In the same way that The Golden Compass was Lord of the Rings lite, and in the same way that The Chronicles of Narnia was Golden Compass lite, this wasn't even Chronicles of Narnia.
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The Three Godfathers Report Abuse
Classic Western of John Ford with John Wayne
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1,2,3 Report Abuse
Commedy of Billy Wilder which ridicules American capitalizm and russian socialism both to the excess, staring James Cagney, Horst Buchholz, the Top of german actors from the early 60ties. A showpiece of human nature. Good for 1 hour laughs although with a serious lesson. "Sitzen machen!"
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Deboraah Kerr and Stewart Granger in an african safari adventure
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The Adventures of Robin Hood 1938 Report Abuse
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She wore a yellow ribbon Report Abuse
Wetsren with John Wayne 1948
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Dodge City Report Abuse
Western with Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland. This film has everything, buffalloes, thiefs, murderers, saloon fighting,railway race, cattle drive, lynch mob and of course shooting
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Les Miserables Report Abuse
The movie from 1936
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The Prince and the Pauper Report Abuse
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Film of 1938 with Errol Flynn
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1939 Jimmy Stewarts greatest Western, Marlene Dietrich
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Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland 1936
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The Man who shot liberty Valence Report Abuse
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One of two Western in which the two biggest Western stars played together. John Wayne and Jimmy Stewart.
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Zorro: The mask of Zorro Report Abuse
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This is the version of 1939
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Red River Report Abuse
Western with John Wayne
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Western with Jimmy Stewart
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The Big country Report Abuse
Western with Charlton Heston, Gregory Peck , director William Wyler
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Actually, The Big Country is a silly soap opera that is saved by great acting by Peck, great scenery, and a great musical score.
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North to Alaska Report Abuse
Western with John Wayne and Stewart Granger
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Paths of Glory Report Abuse
Best war film ever, Stanley Kubrick and Kirk Douglas
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Weisren with Allan Ladd 1950
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The Treasure of the Sierra Madre Report Abuse
Humphrey Bogart, Walter Huston, and Tim Holt searching for gold. The original movie with the line, "We don't need no stinking badges."
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Roman Holiday Report Abuse
Audrey Hepburn Gregory Peck in a beutifully structured story. It has aged incredibly well.
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Ben-Hur (1925) Report Abuse
This is for the silent version.
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I have watched it recently - it's on YouTube - boring and cannot match version from sixties. Of course it was just the beginnings of makiing films
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John Wayne Western
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Jimmy Stewart's amazing peformance
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Johnny Weissmüller in 1936
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White Christmas Report Abuse
Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Vera Ellen, and Rosemary Clooney
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What's wrong with dreaming of a Black Christmas?
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lion king Report Abuse
1415 points - added 6 years ago by shawn clauws - 1 comment
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Watched this 1994 animated film at London's Leicester Square with a group of pupils and staff.
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Khartoum Report Abuse
Big Sudan Adventure, Charlton Heston plays General Gordon
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El Cid Report Abuse
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Charlton Heston and Sophia Loren
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Western with Henry Fonda 1947
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Charlton Heston, Michèle Mercier
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1953 Director Richard Thorpe, starring Robert Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor, Joan Fontaine.
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The Marx Bros
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The Marx Brothers
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Rear Window (1954) Report Abuse
Hitchcock!
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Errol Flynn Western
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Western with Jimmy Stewart 1954
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Touch of Evil Report Abuse
Charlton Heston, Orson Welles
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To Have and Have Not Report Abuse
Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall
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"You know how to whistle, don't you Steve? Just put your lips together and blow."
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The Cowboys Report Abuse
Last great western of John Wayne
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Errol Dlynn
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Key Largo Report Abuse
Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Edward G Robinson, and Lionel Barrymore
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There were no DVDs when this classic was made. You need to do your movie homework! Obviously it was made before you were born, so you never heard of it.
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What? More direct to DVD Crap?
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back to the future Report Abuse
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move it up to 2
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Yes!
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Western with Jimmy Stewart
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The grapes of Wrath. Report Abuse
H.Fonda and J.Darwell,,
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Errol Flynn Western
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Casablanca Report Abuse
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The last I remember, "the movie all other moviemakers wanted to make" was Lord of the Rings. Without that, we probably wouldn't have had The Golden Compass, Pirates of the Carribean and Chronicles of Narnia among others
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The single most overrated film ever
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worst movie ever. boring to death!!!
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Why would anyone attach such a comment onto a great movie? This list is a good representation of movies over the decades. Most of the movies mentioned in the negative comment are very computer produced and only came about in the past ten years. Movies, good movies, and yes even great movies were made long before this time period. Instead of commenting negatively, add your movies and vote for them. Meanwhile, Play it again, Sam.
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This list is terrible. People putting crap old B - Moves ahead of The Chronicles of Narnia and Lord of the Rings? In a perfect world the top 10 would consist or the Lord of the Rings trilogy, the Chronicles of Narnia movies, the Pirates of the Carribean movies, The Golden Compass and Avatar
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"Louie, this could be start of a beautiful friendship." "Here's looking at you kid." "We'll always have Paris." "Don't forget, this gun is pointed at your heart." "That is my least vulnerable spot." "Play it Sam. If she can take it, I can take it." (He never says, "Play it again, Sam").
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It is the movie that all other movie makers want to make. It cannot be overrated. Great acting, a great script, the pacing, the drama, the humor, the cinematography - if someone could only see one movie in their lifetime, Casablanca is the one.
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It's overrated by a big margin.
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This is one of the movies that you can watch over and over again, without ever diminishing the experience. A noir masterpiece, from the golden days of cinema, Casablanca is possibly the best movie I've ever seen, and Rick Blaine is without a doubt one of those unforgettable characters that will still win our hearts.
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Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr
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Western with Richard Widmark 1956
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Spielberg & Lucas' BEST Indy film, in my opinion...
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The Philadelphia Story Report Abuse
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The Philadelphia Story had Katherine Hepburn, Cary Grant, and Jimmy Stewart. They remade it into a movie, "High Society." It's a fun movie.
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You mean Philadelphia starring Tom Hanks right?
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mel gibson at his greatest
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Valkyrie Report Abuse
Based on a true story and every moment of it, in my opinion, is worth watching. This is an extremly intresting movie.
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James Stewart, Hardy Krüger, Richard Attenborough,, Peter Finch, Ernest Borgnine, Lee J. Cobb , Ronald Fraser, Christian Marquand ... Dr. Renaud Dan Duryea ... Standish George Kennedy
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The Big Sleep Report Abuse
Humphrey Bogart as detective Phillip Marlowe and Lauren Bacall as the scheming rich girl
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One of the most ridiculous movies ever made. It shouldn't be on this list
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Bogie and Bacall - one the best
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A classic film noir!
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I'd rather partner up with Iorek Byrnisson than Phillip Marlowe
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Overrated as Hell.
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Orson Welles and Joseph Cotton, with Valli as the love interest, were superb against the backdrop of wartorn Vienna. The zither music of Anton Karas set the tone for this black and white dark drama. The chase in the vast sewer system beneath the streets is a master class in photography, as is the lonely walk down a country road by Valli at the end as she passes Joseph Cotton without a glance.
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Great great movie all around - acting, direction, dialogue, photography, score.
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