A hundred favourites, part 3

Part 3 of a chronological greatest list. The second half of the list represents the start of a second group of fifty, in chronological order.

  1. ZuluIt’s a great war film, although historically shaky. Men of Harlech has rarely had such cinematic power.
  2. The DevilsKen Russell’s greatest achievement, and Oliver Reed’s greatest screen performance.
  3. The GodfatherThe Mafia epic by which all those which follow will be judged.
  4. Network“I’m as mad as hell, and I’m not going to take it any more!”
  5. Sunday Bloody SundayAn unusual love triangle in 70s London.
  6. Chariots of FireA sporting classic, with great performances throughout.
  7. Educating RitaThe story of an Open University student finding her feet.
  8. The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the DesertFrock opera in the Outback.
  9. Being John MalkovichUnclassifiable.
  10. Three Colors: BlueJuliette Binoche is amazing in this first part of the trilogy.

…plus 10 more. View the full list on Letterboxd.

Vía Letterboxd – loureviews

NaBloPoMo November 2013