My Favorite Movies

This is not my first list of my favorite movies. This sure as hell will not be my last. I made one for my own recreation and I immediately found it arbitrary and outdated to my tastes. I made another one for my movie blog and refused to move it along when the blog upped and moved to a new site. I made a third one for my radio show and then was begrudging to read it again in on the air.

I love movies too much sit still with the ones I really really love. There's too many and the arrangement is always changing. So this will be another failed attempt at catching all of my favorites and explaining to both y'all and myself why they hold dearly in my heart.

This list is also going to be constantly growing from scratch with each favorite I watch as I decide what resonates with me and what doesn't.

So I down the whiskey shot and move on...
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1.
The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928)
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A chronicle of the trial of Jeanne d'Arc on charges of heresy, and the efforts of her ecclesiastical jurists to force Jeanne to recant her claims of holy visions. (110 mins.)
Director: Carl Th. Dreyer
“ If there is any greater accomplishment in cinema making us entirely feel the trials and tribulations of a doomed character, I have yet to see it. Maria Falconetti's gaze owns you completely and the monstrous showcase of Dreyer's complete control of angles and camerawork work incredibly.

This is drama at its most potent, one that keeps you at the edge of your seat, despite the silence (I personally watch it with a soundtrack of select Buckethead instrumentals) and weighted progression and the not very kinetic setting. It is firey enough though in its intimacy that we want to keep finding out where Joan's mind is, how she can keep her values and stay steadfast, does she have doubts, does she know the fear of dying...

All of this is encapsulated in only an hour and 20 minutes in gorgeous close-up and editing rapid and overall humanity that Dreyer has a hold on and continues to provide...

... It never got boring. Not once. ” - STinG3606
 
2.
Vertigo (1958)
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A San Francisco detective suffering from acrophobia investigates the strange activities of an old friend's wife, all the while becoming dangerously obsessed with her. (128 mins.)
“ Hitchcock’s true magnus opus, as he juggles psychosexual frustrations and the endless feel of the dream, like a Freudian masterpiece. Possibly the greatest indictment of Hollywood hero motivations and hence, the movie is impossible to ignore.

Its eerie romanticism mixed around by its dark and very scandalous subject matter is quite a piece of brilliance that so many current filmmakers try to imitate with their shock culture, but it's too ingrained and built up to a fine precision here to ever be again composed. Which suits me just fine in all its colorful and wonderous images and its divided plot... ” - STinG3606
 
3.
Taxi Driver (1976)
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A mentally unstable Vietnam War veteran works as a night-time taxi driver in New York City where the perceived decadence and sleaze feeds his urge for violent action, attempting to save a preadolescent prostitute in the process. (113 mins.)
Director: Martin Scorsese
“ Between Paul Schrader’s subjective tension, Martin Scorsese’s weather-weathered lens and Robert De Niro giving possibly the greatest performance ever captured on film, an romantic outsider icon is at once built up hesitantly and then violently collapsed and subverted in this perfectly collaborative character study. ” - STinG3606
 
4.
Citizen Kane (1941)
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Following the death of a publishing tycoon, news reporters scramble to discover the meaning of his final utterance. (119 mins.)
Director: Orson Welles
“ A mystery not only on who is Charles Foster Kane, but who is the man who has everything and nothing at once. Utilizing every film and storytelling technique in the book at the time, Orson Welles’ breakout film establishes a compelling portrait of an American mythology, like a twisted Capra.

Nothing has ever come close to the innovation of the film technique medium since our Charles Foster Kane. ” - STinG3606
 
5.
The Big Lebowski (1998)
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"The Dude" Lebowski, mistaken for a millionaire Lebowski, seeks restitution for his ruined rug and enlists his bowling buddies to help get it. (117 mins.)
Director: Joel Coen
“ Began unsung, the Dude rose as a cult hero and with him, the Big Lebowski has slowly become a cult classic - namely for its unforgettably unusual characters led by Jeff Bridges' natural performance, John Goodman's intense demeanor, frustrating maybe but none of them easy to hate.

But moreso, it gets it's popularity for its unrelenting laughs following the Coens' tumbling absurdist script in the Los Angeles shaggy dog noir atmosphere. You will not have room to breathe you laugh so hard.

It's a movie I absolutely refuse to look at thematically (especially when I know, being that its the Coen brothers, that there is more underneath than meets the eye) - Only intimately. I love it unforgivingly. ” - STinG3606
 
6.
The Godfather: Part II (1974)
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The early life and career of Vito Corleone in 1920s New York is portrayed while his son, Michael, expands and tightens his grip on the family crime syndicate. (202 mins.)
“ On one film, an engaging and entertaining yet romantic and condemning form of storytelling, on the other, an intense generational look at the rise and fall of father and son’s humanity to reach a hypnotizing position of power. Together, there is a complete tragic family portrait and an American masterpiece that sets a benchmark nobody even dreams to surpass. ” - STinG3606
 
7.
Stille Nacht: Dramolet (1988 Short Film)
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A magnet moves on a floor. A moth beats against a window. A doll child watches the magnet; threads of metal filings gather around the magnet... (1 mins.)
“ Alongside Stille Nacht II: Are We Still Married (1992)
Stille Nacht III: Tales from the Vienna Woods (1993)
Stille Nacht IV: Can't Go Wrong Without You (1994)

Like Kafka’s childhood daydreams, these short films’ post-lullaby stylizations of stop-motion, fairy-tales and eroticism leaves behind a nightmare that feels more eerie and inviting than frightening and repelling. The rabbit is a boss. ” - STinG3606
 
8.
Are We Still Married? (1992 Short Film)
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A tear falls from the eyes of a veiled face. A white ball whips around a heart-shaped paddle. A mournful voice sings... (3 mins.)
“ Alongside Stille Nacht I: Dramolet (1988)
Stille Nacht III: Tales from the Vienna Woods (1993)
Stille Nacht IV: Can't Go Wrong Without You (1994)

Like Kafka’s childhood daydreams, these short films’ post-lullaby stylizations of stop-motion, fairy-tales and eroticism leaves behind a nightmare that feels more eerie and inviting than frightening and repelling. The rabbit is a boss. ” - STinG3606
 
9.
Tales from Vienna Woods: Stille Nacht III. (1993 Short Film)
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Near an extraordinary chair with many legs, a hand is visible gripping an edge. The hand is weathered... (3 mins.)
“ Alongside
Stille Nacht I: Dramolet (1988)
Stille Nacht II: Are We Still Married (1992)
Stille Nacht IV: Can't Go Wrong Without You (1994)

Like Kafka’s childhood daydreams, these short films’ post-lullaby stylizations of stop-motion, fairy-tales and eroticism leaves behind a nightmare that feels more eerie and inviting than frightening and repelling. The rabbit is a boss. ” - STinG3606
 
10.
Stille Nacht IV: Can't Go Wrong Without You (1993 Short Film)
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(3 mins.)
“ Alongside
Stille Nacht I: Dramolet (1988)
Stille Nacht II: Are We Still Married (1992)
Stille Nacht III: Tales from the Vienna Woods (1993)

Like Kafka’s childhood daydreams, these short films’ post-lullaby stylizations of stop-motion, fairy-tales and eroticism leaves behind a nightmare that feels more eerie and inviting than frightening and repelling. The rabbit is a boss. ” - STinG3606
 
11.
The Act of Killing (2012 Documentary)
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A documentary which challenges former Indonesian death-squad leaders to reenact their mass-killings in whichever cinematic genres they wish, including classic Hollywood crime scenarios and lavish musical numbers. (115 mins.)
“ I've said almost everything I wanted to say about it on my Favorites of 2013 list and yet there's still more I want to find to say about it. It's shocking, it's abhorrent, it's revealing and it's all the more important and mandatory a watch for it. But that's its political elements.

It's still all the more mandatory a film for its ability to give an unaggressive confrontation to horrors and completely display the power of true documentary cinema. It's not so much about the atrocities of the Pancasila Youth as it is about the gripping and dangerous plight of the documentary (and film in general) to make things as real as possible and not let the nostalgia or sentiments get in the way of cinema's integrity. ” - STinG3606
 
12.
Day of Wrath (1943)
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The young wife of an aging priest falls in love with his son amidst the horror of a merciless witch hunt in 17th century Denmark. (97 mins.)
“ The film's sentiments are quite hard to get a complete grasp of. It is not entirely an indictment of religion, but it understands that religion is the source of the strife in the film and neither stands beside its organization nor supports it. In fact, if there's any tragedy in this film, with all its personal ties bound and then severed, it is for the perversion and usage of Christianity for evil means in this story - all the more tragic because the perpetrators don't understand their deeds as ghastly but instead godly.

What makes it worse is how relevant this message is for most of the social and political strife we see endured today. ” - STinG3606
 
13.
Lawrence of Arabia (1962)
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The story of T.E. Lawrence, the English officer who successfully united and led the diverse, often warring, Arab tribes during World War I in order to fight the Turks. (216 mins.)
Director: David Lean
“ When you ask for a better form of visual motifs look at the desolate and empty landscapes of this epic, reflecting the status of identity and self for our hero - the perfect balance of character and spectacle, giving a more transcendent psychological adventurous war epic matched by very few. Not that you’ll be complaining, the sweeping vistas are a beauty to look at in themselves. ” - STinG3606
 
14.
Gimme Shelter (1970 Documentary)
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A harrowing documentary of the Stones' 1969 tour, with much of the focus on the tragic concert at Altamont. (91 mins.)
“ So many things are said from this movie about one simple event. Of course, the trick is that it is not just about said event – It demands artistic responsibility or at least acknowledgment, the capture of the collapse of a cultural movement in one fell knife and a huge reality check as the Rolling Stones are forced to reflect and review the actions that took place in the infamous Altamount Concert. ” - STinG3606
 
15.
It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
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An angel is sent from Heaven to help a desperately frustrated businessman by showing him what life would have been like if he had never existed. (130 mins.)
Director: Frank Capra
“ Sure, there are some that may find it depressing, but I don’t get why. It is a most certainly darker film than its legacy portrays and there is a central dissatisfaction in unrealized dreams; but that’s not even the point of the film… which is as a celebration of the common man, the man who takes responsibility and stands for America as an underdog… and a message to that man to let him know that he has realized more than his dreams, he has realized a humane spirit most would reject. ” - STinG3606
 
16.
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)
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Luke Skywalker joins forces with a Jedi Knight, a cocky pilot, a wookiee and two droids to save the galaxy from the Empire's world-destroying battle-station, while also attempting to rescue Princess Leia from the evil Darth Vader. (121 mins.)
Director: George Lucas
“ A technical marvel that is held underneath the blissful joy of the hero’s journey told in this large blockbuster, popcorn-munching form. ” - STinG3606
 
17.
Jammin' the Blues (1944 Short Film)
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This Warner Bros. short is a jam session with several outstanding African-American jazz musicians, including Lester Young... (10 mins.)
Director: Gjon Mili
“ A relentless and selfishly cool jam document that brings out all the stops in musical sense… with every component, by the end of the film, turning itself crazy on its head.

At least once, I heard this described as a musical, but if it is one... it surgically removed all the *beep* from the musical and gave it solely it's namesake. I don't care what this short film is beyond the fact that it is *beep* fun. ” - STinG3606
 
18.
Meshes of the Afternoon (1946 Short Film)
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A woman returning home falls asleep and has vivid dreams that may or may not be happening in reality. Through repetitive images and complete mismatching of the objective view of time and space, her dark inner desires play out on-screen. (14 mins.)
“ Possibly one of the purest pieces of horror in cinema and it is in broad daylight, repetition that doesn’t sensitize our shock and a constant sense of dread that never dies. ” - STinG3606
 
19.
The Third Man (1949)
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Pulp novelist Holly Martins travels to shadowy, postwar Vienna, only to find himself investigating the mysterious death of an old friend, Harry Lime. (104 mins.)
Director: Carol Reed
“ A gorgeously engaging noir film with subtle and easily dismissive political commentary drowned out by the entertaining conflict on screen, guided by a nearly untouchable script, save for one brilliant piece of adlibbing by an uncanny Orson Welles performance.

I mean it does the near impossible task of making its moral cynicism completely enjoyable as a film through its charisma towards its dark narrative. I don't know if the Big Lebowski or Seinfeld fancy themselves kings of artistic nihilism, but The Third Man takes that cake and doesn't share it with either of them. ” - STinG3606
 
20.
Mulholland Dr. (2001)
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After a car wreck on the winding Mulholland Drive renders a woman amnesiac, she and a perky Hollywood-hopeful search for clues and answers across Los Angeles in a twisting venture beyond dreams and reality. (147 mins.)
Director: David Lynch
“ A poisonous anti-valentine to Hollywood. Its surreal landscape is exquisitely accented by heavy moments of disassociation and displacement as Lynch’s uncanny direction makes you question the dream at every given moment. ” - STinG3606
 
21.
The Nights of Cabiria (1957)
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A waifish prostitute wanders the streets of Rome looking for true love but finds only heartbreak. (110 mins.)
“ While it's not as ambitious as many of Fellini's works, to me that makes it the most touching, the most honest work of his career. It doesn't drown in outright pessimism while it makes sure that its magic realism doesn't ere on the side of unbelievable fantasy... It's a struggle of romanticism in an environment of selfishness, and it makes little sense to let it win so much as it is a sigh of relief that Cabiria's beautiful character is unbroken. ” - STinG3606
 
22.
Sunrise (1927)
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An allegorical tale about a man fighting the good and evil within him. Both sides are made flesh - one a sophisticated woman he is attracted to and the other his wife. (94 mins.)
Director: F.W. Murnau
 
23.
The Godfather (1972)
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The aging patriarch of an organized crime dynasty transfers control of his clandestine empire to his reluctant son. (175 mins.)
“ On one film, an engaging and entertaining yet romantic and condemning form of storytelling, on the other, an intense generational look at the rise and fall of father and son’s humanity to reach a hypnotizing position of power. Together, there is a complete tragic family portrait and an American masterpiece that sets a benchmark nobody even dreams to surpass. ” - STinG3606
 
24.
Southwest (2012)
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In a Brazilian coastal village where everything seems motionless, Clarice grasps her life in a single day... (128 mins.)
Director: Eduardo Nunes
“ It is stylistically controlled - the fairy tale dream is there but it's not in your face. Because of this, Southwest provides a more digestible form of storytelling and yet just as powerful in its fantastical and dark subject matter, never even asking us to suspend our disbelief in the child living her whole life in one day.

We don't need to. In addition to its extraordinary story, it's also an extraordinary treat for the eyes. ” - STinG3606
 
25.
The Virgin Spring (1960)
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A kind but pampered beautiful young virgin and her family's pregnant and jealous servant set out to deliver candles to church, but only one returns from events that transpire in the woods along the way. (89 mins.)
Director: Ingmar Bergman
“ A sobering consideration of brutality and innocence fading that resonates even despite its period-placed setting and morality play feel. In fact, such factors enhance the play’s timelessness. ” - STinG3606
 
26.
Masculin Féminin (1966)
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Paul is young, just demobbed from national service in the French Army, and dishillusioned with civilian life... (110 mins.)
Director: Jean-Luc Godard
“ Jean-Luc Godard's style just pops out most in this film, showcasing his manic energy mistaken for youth at its most potent with all the editing, texts, the naturalistic acting and the sudden moments of inauthentic cinema (namely violence) as though to bookend and heighten the false honesty of the scenes.

It doesn't distract from the fact that it half a love story and the other half a cultural document. ” - STinG3606
 
27.
On the Waterfront (1954)
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An ex-prize fighter turned longshoreman struggles to stand up to his corrupt union bosses. (108 mins.)
Director: Elia Kazan
“ A tour de force of acting tapping into natural emotion and projecting it broadly to surround the energy of the scene, not least of which Marlon Brando’s classic moment in the back of a cab with Rod Steiger, but especially the genuine romantic chemistry between him and Eva Marie Saint.

I mean, we got some very powerful performances here... neither realistic nor stylized, but a balanced natural nuance, where we can be more attached to Marlon Brando and Eva Marie Saint's ordeal and really hold it against Lee J. Cobb's character, with the emotion pretty much seeping through. ” - STinG3606
 
28.
Fists in the Pocket (1965)
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A young man takes drastic measures to rid his dysfunctional family of its various afflictions. (105 mins.)
 
29.
The House Is Black (1963 Documentary)
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Set in a leper colony in the north of Iran, The House is Black juxtaposes "ugliness," of which there is much in the world as stated in the opening scenes, with religion and gratitude. (20 mins.)
“ Yet another obvious piece of evidence that it's not so much the content of a piece than the cinematic approach to it, that a film becomes near to my heart. This film's a poem, both literally because one of the two narrators recites her poem and the film's shots and content simply exude a form of expression that transcend beyond its survey of a leper-ridden colony. It's a type of new wave that is not at all fake or artificial, but involved in the plight of them and willing to both inform and provoke, only having a bit of time to make you experience what these people have had a great deal of their life ” - STinG3606
 
30.
The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
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The adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous hotel from the fictional Republic of Zubrowka between the first and second World Wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend. (99 mins.)
Director: Wes Anderson
“ A tragic yet laughable tale of loss and lost view and all the banality in between, the movie has an outstandingly beautifully delicious presentation behind its look with a cast that carries the class and humor with ferocity all the way, not least of which a fantastic performance by Ralph Fiennes. ” - STinG3606
 
31.
The Mirror (1975)
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A dying man in his forties remembers his past. His childhood, his mother, the war, personal moments and things that tell of the recent history of all the Russian nation. (108 mins.)
“ It's most definitely far from immediately accessible - at least from my experience with it. But when you channel yourself into the proper mindset to watch this movie, you will find yourself very much put into a very beautiful array of memories with Andrei Tarkovsky's help.

That's what the Mirror essentially is. It's a dream and it's a dream made out of real parts of reality. From Tarkovsky's memories of life to his experimental instinct to his documentary archives, what ends up on the screen is a manipulated form of time and event and consequence that feels probably like how Tarkovsky felt trying to find the answers to his own life... ” - STinG3606
 
32.
The Searchers (1956)
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A Civil War veteran embarks on a journey to rescue his niece from an Indian tribe. (119 mins.)
Director: John Ford
 
33.
My Night at Maud's (1969)
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The rigid principles of a devout Catholic man are challenged during a one-night stay with Maud, a divorced woman with an outsize personality. (110 mins.)
Director: Éric Rohmer
“ It's very very very easy to see how somebody can be incredibly attracted to Francoise Fabian. She is just that type of personality that pops beyond the screen.

Half wonderful conversation, the kind that goes on to 3 am and makes you sleep the best sleep you've ever slept after having it.

But also, half moral crucible in the most reserved sense as the company we happily keep also becomes a ticking time bomb of chemistry. ” - STinG3606
 
34.
Red Hot Riding Hood (1943 Short Film)
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The characters of the traditional fairy tale demand a new approach to the story as a sexy urban comedy with Red as an adult nightclub dancer. (7 mins.)
Director: Tex Avery
 
35.
Through a Glass Darkly (1961)
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Recently released from a mental hospital; Karin rejoins her emotionally disconnected family and their island home, only to slip from reality as she begins to believe she is being visited by God. (89 mins.)
Director: Ingmar Bergman
 
36.
Young Mr. Lincoln (1939)
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A fictionalized account of the early life of the American president as a young lawyer facing his greatest court case. (100 mins.)
Director: John Ford
“ There's a true goliath task accomplished in portraying a historical icon in this film and it's not from portraying Abraham Lincoln, but instead taking a simple storyline that happens to feature Abraham Lincoln and making it instead focus on Abe Lincoln, just a man who does the right thing and is not yet the man who would be President. Not yet. ” - STinG3606
 
37.
Mamma Roma (1962)
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After many years working in the streets of Roma, the middle-age whore Mamma Roma (Anna Magnani) saves money to buy an upper class apartment... (106 mins.)
“ A charismatic performance of Anna Magnani coaxed by the very particular direction of Pier Paolo Pasolini makes this story most resonant with me, particularly in the consideration of the relationship I have with my father which mirrors this (while my mother and I have a more amicable relationship.

Ignoring my own investment in the story though, dat final cut tho. Abrupt, ominous and ultimately depressingly apathetic. ” - STinG3606
 
38.
From Russia with Love (1963)
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James Bond willingly falls into an assassination ploy involving a naive Russian beauty in order to retrieve a Soviet encryption device that was stolen by SPECTRE. (115 mins.)
Director: Terence Young
 
39.
Steamboat Willie (1928 Short Film)
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Mickey Mouse, piloting a steamboat, delights his passenger, Minnie, by making musical instruments out of the menagerie on deck. (8 mins.)
Director: Ub Iwerks
 
40.
Under the Skin (2013)
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A mysterious woman seduces lonely men in the evening hours in Scotland. Events lead her to begin a process of self-discovery. (108 mins.)
Director: Jonathan Glazer
 
41.
Contempt (1963)
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Screenwriter Paul Javal's marriage to his wife Camille disintegrates during movie production as she spends time with the producer. Layered conflicts between art and business ensue. (103 mins.)
Director: Jean-Luc Godard
 
42.
The Lady Eve (1941)
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A trio of classy card sharps targets the socially awkward heir to brewery millions for his money, until one of them falls in love with him. (94 mins.)
Director: Preston Sturges
 
43.
The Mummy (1932)
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A living mummy stalks the beautiful woman he believes is the reincarnation of his lover. (73 mins.)
Director: Karl Freund
 
44.
Goldfinger (1964)
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Investigating a gold magnate's smuggling, James Bond uncovers a plot to contaminate the Fort Knox gold reserve. (110 mins.)
Director: Guy Hamilton