100 Best Movies of All Time

July 10, 2005 § 3 Comments

I was kind of bored today in the car, so I took out a pen and paper and (along with the rest of the family) put together a list of the 100 Must-See Films. They are in alphabetical order…and I added some “honorable mentions” of my own at the end.

1776
An Affair to Remember
Amadeus
Anne of Green Gables
Arsenic and Old Lace
The Aviator
Bachelor Mother
Batman Begins
The Bellboy
Big Jake
The Bourne Identity
Braveheart
Brother Rat
Calamity Jane
Charade
Cheaper By the Dozen (w/Steve Martin)
Cinderella Man
The Count of Monte Christo
The Country Girl
Cyrano de Bergerac
Dark Victory
Destination Zero
Emma
The Emperor’s New Groove
Father Goose
Father of the Bride (I)
Finding Neverland
Star Trek: First Contact
Frequency
The Fugitive
Galaxy Quest
Garden State
Ghandi
The Ghost and Mr. Chicken
The Gods Must Be Crazy
Gone with the Wind
The Great Escape
A Hard Day’s Night
Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison
Here Come the Co-Eds
Holes
The Incredibles
Into the West
It Happened One Night
It’s a Wonderful Life
Journey to the Centre of the Earth
Kind Hearts and Coronets
King’s Row
Kiss Me Kate
Legally Blond (I)
Life is Beautiful
The Long, Long Trailer
Lord of the Rings (1-3)
A Man for All Seasons
The Man in the Iron Mask
The Matrix
McLintock!
Miracle
The Mission
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Much Ado About Nothing
The Mummy (I)
Murder By Death
The Music Man
Nirgenwo in Afrika (Nowhere in Africa)
North by Northwest
One Man’s Hero
The Parent Trap
The Passion of the Christ
The Phantom of the Opera
The Philadephia Story
Pirates of the Caribbean
The Quiet Man
Remember the Titans
Return to Me
Road to Morocco
Robin Hood
Rocky (I)
Saving Grace
The Scarlet and the Black
The Scarlet Pimpernel
Seabiscuit
Silverado
Singing in the Rain
Sixth Sense
Snow Dogs
Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
The Sound of Music
Spiderman (II)
Spy Kids (I)
Star Wars (1-6)
Superman (I)
Sweet Home Alabama
Swing Time
Therese
To Have and To Have Not
Tom Thumb
West Side Story
The Winslow Boy
Yours, Mine, and Ours

Genna’s Honorable Mentions:
Air Force One
Cellular
Dracula
Foyle’s War (TV Series)
Gentleman’s Agreement
Hitch
I Know Where I’m Going
Im Juli (In July)
A Long Day’s Journey Into Night
The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra
Meet John Doe
Monsters, Inc.
Mostly Martha
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Pinnochio
Pygmalion
Rebel Without a Cause
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
True Lies

§ 3 Responses to 100 Best Movies of All Time

  • auntlori says:

    Huzzahs for ‘100 Best Movies’ lists!

    NEVER a waste of time! ALWAYS an excellent use of excess minutes — which are just hanging around, anyway, for us to utilize in our rare moments of leisure!

  • Carrots, you and your brother should look for these films. They represent some of the best efforts in the science fiction genre. I have many of them if you all cannot find them in the library.

    Hope your leg is healing okay. I remembered you at Mass. Get well soon.

    Them! (1954)

    The Thing from Another World 1951)

    Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959)

    Invaders from Mars (1953)

    Metropolis (1927)

    Forbidden Planet (1956)

    When Worlds Collide (1951)

    Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)

    2001 – A Space Odyssey (1968)

    The Time Machine (1960)

    The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951)

    Destination Moon (1950)

    Earth vs. the Flying Saucers (1956)

    It Came from Outer Space (1953)

    Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1961)

    Fantastic Voyage (1961)

    The War of the Worlds (1953)

    It! The Terror from Beyond Space (1958)

    Target Earth (1954)

    Mysterious Island (1961)

    Planet of the Apes (1968)

    Jason and the Argonauts (1963)

    Fahrenheit 451 (1966)

    Conquest of Space (1955)

    The Crawling Eye (1958)

    H.G. Wells’ First Men in the Moon (1964)

    Rocketship X-M (1950)

    Beginning of the End (1957)

    Kronos (1957)

    The Fly (1958)

    H.G. Wells – Things to Come (1936)

    Gozilla, King of the Monsters (1956)

    The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958)

    Marooned (1969)

    This Island Earth (1955)

    Quatermass and the Pit (1968)

  • Theo C says:

    Your picture is pretty enough and some of your posts are interesting, but I do not know about your movie list. It seems rather uneven to me.

    1776 was great on the stage but proved a box office disappointment on film. William Daniels reprised his role as John Adams, and he remains the best thing about the musical.

    I could easily forget An Affair to Remember and Amadeus was bizarre. I am unsure which Anne of Green Gables you mean, there are several versions. Arsenic and Old Lace with Cary Grant is great! Rge Aviator had some good parts but ran too long and mostly stank.

    Bachelor mom was funny but medidocre. Batman begins is just a martial arts film using the caped crusader as a springboard. The Bellboy with Jerry Lewis makes the French laugh, but leaves me cold.

    You would consider Big Jake a best movie of all time? No way that makes any sense! Brother Rat is interesting and the Cheaper By the Dozen movie with Myrna Loy and Clifton Webb was better, and pro-life as well, in a scene against planned parenthood!

    I have not the time to give critiques of all your films and why so many of them are not truly great. Rather, I will remark quickly on the ones where we find agreement:

    Ghandi
    The Gods Must Be Crazy
    Gone with the Wind
    It’s a Wonderful Life
    Kind Hearts and Coronets (truly great!)
    A Man for All Seasons (great play and film)
    Music Man (okay)
    Robin Hood (with Erol Flynn!)
    Rockey I (and II)

    What? No Wizard of Oz?

    You would equate The Ghost and Mr. Chicken with Don Knotts with the greatest films of all time?

    Sorry, you are cute, but this is just not right.

    The greatest movie musical of all time is not even on your list, Singing in the Rain!

    Hope you do not take offense, I was searching blogs, and found yours interesting.

    I have a personal page and blog at
    http://360.yahoo.com/theocogent

    My email is theocogent@yahoo.com

    Feel free to share Peanuts!

    Theo

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