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    Default This Century's Greatest Films

    From the BBC --

    http://www.bbc.com/culture/story/201...greatest-films

    They have 'Mulholland Drive' as #1...
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    Default Re: This Century's Greatest Films

    Spirited Away as #4. Seems about right.
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    Default Re: This Century's Greatest Films

    Mulholland Drive
    meh
    Simpler is better, except when complicated looks really cool.

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    Default Re: This Century's Greatest Films

    But, but, the Stable Genius says #1 is "Gone With The Wind".


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    Default Re: This Century's Greatest Films

    How could any Mad Max movie make a top 100 list anywhere? Such stupid cinema!

    I'd have another dozen Miyazaki movies up there, along with Departures, Not One Less, The Banquet ...

    Has anyone here actually watched Gone With the Wind within the last 40 years? We tried to watch it about 10 years ago - what a load of drivel!

    Rick

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