This article was last modified on December 8, 2013.


50 Films to Watch in 2013

Watched

  1. 1924 – The Navigator (Keaton, Crisp)
  2. 1933 – Baby Face (Green)
  3. 1935 – G Men (Keighley)
  4. 1935 – Triumph of the Will (Riefenstahl)
  5. 1938 – The Adventures of Robin Hood (Curtiz, Keighley)
  6. 1939 – Each Dawn I Die (Keighley)
  7. 1941 – Meet John Doe (Capra)
  8. 1941 – High Sierra (Walsh)
  9. 1942 – The Talk of the Town (Stevens)
  10. 1943 – Cabin in the Sky (Minnelli)
  11. 1943 – Jane Eyre (Stevenson)
  12. 1945 – Brief Encounter (Lean)
  13. 1946 – The Stranger (Welles)
  14. 1947 – Monsieur Verdoux (Chaplin)
  15. 1948 – Call Northside 777 (Hathaway)
  16. 1948 – The Snake Pit (Litvak)
  17. 1949 – All the Kings Men (Rossen)
  18. 1949 – Whisky Galore (Mackendrick)
  19. 1950 – Gun Crazy (Lewis)
  20. 1952 – Forbidden Games (Clement)
  21. 1953 – The Naked Spur (Mann)
  22. 1953 – Fear and Desire (Kubrick)
  23. 1954 – Executive Suite (Wise)
  24. 1955 – Marty (Mann)
  25. 1956 – The Man Who Never Was (Neame)
  26. 1956 – Forbidden Planet (Wilcox)
  27. 1957 – A King in New York (Chaplin)
  28. 1957 – Nights of Cabiria (Fellini)
  29. 1957 – Sweet Smell of Success (Mackendrick)
  30. 1958 – The Young Lions (Dmytryk)
  31. 1959 – The 400 Blows (Truffaut)
  32. 1959 – Rio Bravo (Hawks)
  33. 1960 – Eyes Without a Face (Franju)
  34. 1961 – One-Eyed Jacks (Brando)
  35. 1961 – Yojimbo (Kurosawa)
  36. 1964 – Kiss Me Stupid (Wilder)
  37. 1966 – Seconds (Frankenheimer)
  38. 1967 – Hombre (Ritt)
  39. 1968 – Bullitt (Yates)
  40. 1971 – Harold and Maude (Ashby)
  41. 1972 – Avanti! (Wilder)
  42. 1972 – The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (Bunuel)
  43. 1991 – Delicatessen (Jeunet)
  44. 1992 – A Few Good Men (Reiner)
  45. 2001 – The Man Who Wasn’t There (Coen, Coen)
  46. 2004 – Melinda and Melinda (Allen)
  47. 2008 – The Wrestler (Aronofsky)

Haven’t Watched

  1. 1969 – The Cow (Mehrjui)
  2. 1984 – Broadway Danny Rose (Allen)
  3. 2007 – 4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days (Mugiu)

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