1. The Conversation 2. McCabe & Mrs. Miller 3. Taxi Driver 4. The Conformist 5. The Emigrants Saga 6. The Godfather 7. The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie 8. Carrie 9. The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser 10. Picnic at Hanging Rock
Five Easy Pieces Le Boucher The Last Picture Show Phantom of the Paradise Chinatown The Conversation Ali: Fear Eats the Soul Barry Lyndon Nashville Shampoo Canoa: A Shamful Memory Annie Hall Man of Marble The Tree of Wooden Clogs Manhattan
'There's a terror in knowing what the world is about'
1. Annie Hall (1977, Woody Allen) 2. Nashville (1975, Robert Altman) 3. Apocalypse Now (1979, Francis Ford Coppola) 4. Manhattan (1979, Woody Allen) 5. The Godfather AND The Godfather Part II (1972/1974, Francis Ford Coppola) 6. All the President's Men (1976, Alan J. Pakula) 7. Taxi Driver (1976, Martin Scorsese) 8. National Lampoon's Animal House (1978, John Landis) 9. The Last Picture Show (1971, Peter Bogdanovich) 10. Opening Night (1977, John Cassavetes)
You breathe a word of this, to anyone, you mincing fucking CUNT, and I will tear your fucking skin off, I will wear it to your mother's birthday party, and I will rub your nuts up and down her leg whilst whistling Bohemian fucking Rhapsody, right?!
Post by urbanpatrician on Sept 19, 2020 8:19:17 GMT
1. Celine and Julie Go Boating 2. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3. The Phantom of Liberty 4. The Godfather 5. Barry Lyndon 6. Apocalypse Now 7. How Yukong Moved the Mountains 8. Son nom de Venise dans Calcutta désert 9. The Godfather: Part II 10. Asparagus
(I kinda wanna switch out The Godfather: Part 2 for Manhattan... the latter is more my type of film... but I'm just attached to the idea of 1974 being the GOAT year, and want it fully represented)