The 300 Greatest Films Ever Made...#101-150

The Great Films of All Time

This is the Fourth of Six hubs, covering the 300 Greatest movies ever made. This Hub covers films 101-250.

150) BRINGING UP BABY (1938) Howard Hawks USA

149) WHITE HEAT (1949) Raoul Walsh USA

148) STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE (1977) George Lucas USA

147) MIDNIGHT COWBOY (1969) John Schlesinger USA

146) PINOCCHIO (1940) Walt Disney USA Animated

145) SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER (1977) John Badham USA

144) The GOOD, The BAD & The UGLY (1967) Sergio Leone USA

143) DOCTOR ZHIVAGO (1965) David Lean USA

142) NAUSICAA of the VALLEY of the WIND (1984) Hayao Miyazaki JAPAN Animated

141) MONSIEUR HULOT’S HOLIDAY (1953) Jacques Tati FRANCE

140) THE PASSION OF JOAN OF ARC (1928) Carl Theodore FRENCH Silent

139) WALKABOUT (1971) Nicholas Roeg AUSTRALIA

138) DREAMS (1990) Akira Kurasawa JAPAN

137) GRAVE OF THE FIREFLIES (1988) Isao Takahata JAPAN Animated

136) LETTERS FROM IWO JIMA (2006) Clint Eastwood USA

135) THE QUIET MAN (1952) John Ford USA

134) THE WOLFMAN (1941) George Waggoner USA

133) The DAY The EARTH STOOD STILL (1951) ROBERT WISE USA

132) The MAN WHO SHOT LIBERY VALANCE (1962) John Ford USA

131) THE HUSTLER (1961) Robert Rosen USA

130) TOUCH OF EVIL (1958) Orsen Wells USA

129) MY NEIGHBOR TORTORO (1988) Hayao Miyazaki JAPAN Animated

128) LE SAMOURAI (1967) Jean-Pierre Melville FRANCE/ ITALY

127) THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER (1955) Charles Laughton USA

126) The LORD of the RINGS: RETURN of the KING (2003) Peter Jackson USA

125) ET: THE EXTRA TERRESTRIAL (1982) Steven Spielberg USA

124) IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946) Frank Capra USA

123) AGUIRRE: THE WRATH OF GOD (1972) Werner Herzog GERMANY

122) LAURA (1944) Otto Preminger USA

121) L’AVVENTURA (1960) Michelangelo Antonioni FRANCE/ ITALY

120) SCHINDLER’S LIST (1993) Steven Spielberg USA

119) THE WOMAN IN THE DUNES (1964) Hiroshi Teshigahara JAPAN

118) STRANGERS ON A TRAIN (1951) Alfred Hitchcock USA

117) STRAY DOG (1949) Akira Kurasawa JAPAN

116) ABBOTT & COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN (1948) Charles Barton USA

115) ALL THE PRESIDENT’S MEN (1976) Alan Pakula USA

114) CLOSE ENCOUNTERS of the 3RD KIND (1977) Steven Spielberg USA

113) THE BICYCLE THIEF (1947) Victorio Desica ITALY

112) IKIRU (1952) Akira Kurasawa JAPAN

111) LA DOLCE VITA (1959) Federico Fellini ITALY

110) NOTORIOUS (1946) Alfred Hitchcock USA

109) NOSFERATU (1922) F. W. Murnau GERMANY Silent

108) ROMEO & JULIET (1968) Franco Zeffirelli BRITISH/ ITALY

107) THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1925) Rupert Julian USA Silent

106) STAR WARS: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK (1980) Irvin G. Kirshner USA

105) THE LION IN WINTER (1968) Anthony Harvey BRITISH

104) THE THIN MAN (1934) W. S. Van Dyke USA

103) TOKYO STORY (1953) Yashujira Uzu JAPAN

102) M (1931) Fritz Lang GERMAN

101) CITY OF GOD (2002) Fernendo Meirelles BRAZIL

To be continued in the next hub; Covering films 49-100.

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Lady_E 6 years ago from London, UK

There's quite a few I haven't seen here and I like the names so will have to Bookmark this.

Ps. Beginnning of Hub, I think you meant 3rd of 6 Hubs.

I have 3 more of these to read in this Series.

Asta la vista...


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Robwrite 6 years ago from Bay Ridge Brooklyn NY Author

Thanks Lady E. These are all films I think every film lover should see. Oh, by the way, I was counting the hubs down backwards, so 300-251 is number one and 1-50 is number six. That's why this is number 4.

Thanks for commenting.


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Hello, hello, 6 years ago from London, UK

Some I don't know but I leave it to your better judgement.


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Robwrite 6 years ago from Bay Ridge Brooklyn NY Author

Thanks, HH. I think all the films here are excellent and if you ever get a chance to see any of them, they're worth watching.


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FloraBreenRobison 5 years ago

oops! I answered 51-100 before this one.

I have seen only 20 of these. I will go into more detail like favourites etc. another day. I will say further, though, that M is taped and ready to be seen.


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Robwrite 5 years ago from Bay Ridge Brooklyn NY Author

Hi Flora; Enjoy 'M'. It's a terrific film.

Rom


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Cogerson 5 years ago from Virginia

Let's see I have seen 28 of the 50 movies....and there are I have not heard of...and they all seem to be movies from Japan.....I guess I need to broaden my horizons.

3 more that would be on my Top 100....The Good, The Bad and The Ugly....All The President's Men.....and Star Wars: Empire Strikes back.....with Star Wars looking to get in.

DOCTOR ZHIVAGO is probably one of the few classics that I have never even wanted to see....John Cusack's character in Must Love Dogs....says Doctor Zhivago is the best movie ever....seen hearing that in a movie....Doctor Zhivago has moved up the list of movies to watch.

10 Top 100 movies...and 2 possibles....from your 300-101 list.


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Robwrite 5 years ago from Bay Ridge Brooklyn NY Author

Hi cogerson. I love Japanese cinema. I think I've seen more Japanese films than anyone I know. Kurasawa and Miyazaki top my list.

As for "Dr. Zhivago", it's not one of my personal favorite films. I admire the style and artistry of it, but it's not something I would watch a second time. I tried hard not to let my personal preferences affect by critical judgments here. So I included some movies that i didn't really like, and "Dr. Zhivago" is one of them.

Thanks for reading my movie list. It feels good when people rediscover it after all this time.

Rob

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