MY TOP: 100 GREATEST MOVIES OF ALL TIME! 59-50

Marty where we are going is number 59-50 on my top 100 of the greatest films.

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59. Back to The Future Part II 1989

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One of the best sequels ever.

58. Toy Story 2 1999

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Better than the original. A rare feet.

 

57.  Mad Max: Fury Road

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Not only the best Max movie to date, good enough to be nominated for an Oscar

56. Fargo 1996

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This classic Coen Brothers film is by far their best film.

55. The French Connection 1971

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Not only did this film define the era of grizzly action thrillers that would inspire other films like the Bourne series but the story keeps you interested all through out.

54. Who Framed Roger Rabbit 1988

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This one of three Robert Zemeckis films on this segment and his techincal execution is underrated. This was the first live action and animated blended film which would go on to influence films like Cool World, Avatar and BFG.

 

53. Roman Holiday 1953

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Vary rare does a romantic film not give you tropes and trivia trite. This classic story makes you love the love on screen. It looks so simple but this film has fantastic cinematography and great acting.

52. Back To The Future 1985

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The film gives you everything you want and it never pretends to be anything other than adventure flick. It has what I think is the best score of any movie.

51. The Maltese Falcon 1941

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Not only was the 40’s Bogart’s decade but he made a film that defined an entire genre of film. How do you follow up this classic noir film? With one of the most beloved classics that very much starts as a noir film but ends up being the classic love story.

50. The Dark Knight 2008

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Not only was Heath Ledger’s Academy Award winning performance evident for making this film great. It is also the bold filmmaking style of Christopher Nolan to use IMAX camera on a non documentary film.

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