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but if you've really not seen Back To The Future, it needs to be that.
or probably all of it (in dribs and drabs). But i don't remember ever sitting down to watch it all in one go. The puritan in me can't bring myself to check it off until i've seen it all in one sitting.
He's just too indie.
this is a thing?! someone pls explain it to me
I don't understand how you could watch the other two and not that one.
But yeah, Back to the Future.
but I've done that (ie seen new hope and empire strikes but not return).
Of course that may be your intent anyway.
...folk on here seem to love that film.
There are a few epics on there so depends if you're in the mood for a long one. If so, I consider Lawrence Of Arabia to be one of the best films ever made. Gandhi is good, but nowhere near as good.
Alternatively, if you're up for some war, the director's cut of Das Boot clocks in at four hours and manages to maintain the tension levels throughout.
There are quite a few noir-ish classic in there that you haven't seen. I would personally recommend The Third Man > Wages Of Fear > Night Of The Hunter > The Big Sleep. Now THAT would be a noir-fest.
didn't really like it. Then (because of loser completest lists like this mainly) i decided to give the trilogy another go. Watched the first one and found it still a total snooze fest and couldn't be arsed to watch the 2nd one.
Third part of a very linked trilogy and all that.
That said, I only really like the first film.
but i think it might have been with a friend or on a date or something and it was just for something to do.
Y'know, if you don't wanna watch Return of the Jedi, which clearly you should. Watched All Quiet On The Western Front not long ago, I'd recommend it but I think you should read the book first so it kinda depends if you have.
But do I really want to start again from scratch? Decisions, decisions.
i think you can import your imdb scores if that saves you any time?
depending on how much time you have... I would say Two Towers as it my favourite, but if you've seen the other two, then you're obv not arsed about it.
I can't believe On the Waterfront is at 107
But lets not have that argument.
but these lists are full of travesties of that ilk e.g. is Forest Gump better than Psycho or The Shining really? pfffft.
Definitely. Great film.
Nights of Cabiria
Night of the hunter
It Happened One Night
Wages Of Fear
The Third Man