My Top Movies

Link to my Letterboxd (note: ratings are imported from iMDB, so some are not completely accurate, particular TV shows which may accidently import a rating from a single episode to the entire series):

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  1. What, no Chinatown or Princess Bride?

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    1. Chinatown is on my rewatch list. I liked it the first time I watched it, but it was one of the first noir films I watched, and one of the first films I watched when I started watching movies that weren't newer. I have it on my DVR now, wouldn't be surprised if it made this list.

      I like Princess Bride quite a bit. It's a really good movie. But it isn't in my top group as of right now.

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    2. Also, may I suggest some Steve McQueen movies: Papillon,The Magnificent Seven, Bullitt

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    3. I've got some McQueen up there. Great actor. The Great Escape and Bullitt are both up there. I really thought I'd have like Papillon more because I like Hoffman a lot too -- I liked it, just not enough to be on the list. The Magnificent Seven was better when it was The Seven Samurai IMO.

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  2. Thanks for answering my posts. My top five movies are: Papillon, Chinatown, In the Heat of the Night, The Princess Bride and Groundhog. I enjoy your football analysis as well. (Michigan alum, 1975)

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