Movie House Memories

Movie House Memories’ Time To Reconsider Our Picks Part II

Episode #99

For the 99th episode of Movie House Memories, Patrick, Chris, Lori, and Matt look back at their picks to see if they stick by their choices for their list of 100 top movies you should see in your lifetime.



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12 Comments

  1. Strangers on a train is a great pick, Lori! If you do pick it, I’m sure someone else would put it in their top 100 as well. I really hope there is more Hitchcock to come. He made so many that I would consider picking, like Shadow of a Doubt, Notorious, Lifeboat, Foreign Correspondent, The 39 Steps, North by Northwest. And Vertigo is tied as my favorite movie of all time, so I obviously don’t think it’s overrated.

    1. No doubt Hitchcock is the master of suspense. Shadow of a Doubt is on my list. Unfortunately, I am quickly running out of room. Thanks for commenting, Eddie.

  2. Going through your lists, I think about 40 are locks for my top 100. Several are sort of on the bubble, would need to rewatch to be sure. You’ve reviewed 4 of my top 10 so far – Jaws, Taxi Driver, The Godfather, Cool Hand Luke. I have a feeling the other 6 won’t be picked by you guys.

      1. Vertigo, The Man Who Would Be King, The Last Picture Show, Butch Cassidy, North by Northwest, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. My ten greatest list would be different, but I would feel a little pretentious posting that. Guess that will always be debated – a list of your favorite films of all time vs a list of the greatest films of all time. Patrick has touched upon that subject a few times.

        1. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly is on my list…one of my favorite westerns of all time. I don’t know when we are going to review it. I moved it back because we have been reviewing so many westerns in general for all the podcasts lately.

          1. At some point will all your rankings be mentioned? Have any of your top 10 been reviewed yet? Blade Runner maybe? Would be nice to have a podcast where you all list your top 10’s in the future.

  3. Looking through the entire list there are 40 titles that are on the AFI list as well. Wonder how many more are to come.

  4. Are there any more foreign language films scheduled this year? Only 7 have made the cut so far. Surprised no one has picked a Bergman film yet. Or another Fellini.

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