Wednesday, February 09, 2011

The 100 best British Films

100 best British films: The list

6 comments:

  1. Anonymous1:24 PM

    My favorite, The Ladykillers, did ok, at 30. The oddest thing about the list is no Olivier anywhere, as actor or director. I would have thought that one of his Shakespeare films, Henry V most likely, would have made it somewhere.
    Art Scott

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  2. Although I might change the order somewhat and I haven't seen many of the listed, there are many great and enjoyable films here! Agree about the oddness of the missing Olivier. I would have found a place for Richard II.

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  3. Whoops! Leaving out "A Man for All Seasons" (Scofield, Hiller, McKern, Shaw, Welles,Etc.) is a serious judgement fault for an otherwise terrific list!!!

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  4. I was glad to see COLONEL BLIMP ranked so highly. Such a great and compassionate film.

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  5. Anonymous6:27 PM

    I’d think “Tunes of Glory” would be in there somewhere. Maybe too much Alec Guinness already?

    John D

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  6. I was glad to see three of my all-time faves (regardless of nation of origin) made the list: THE LONG GOOD FRIDAY, WITHNAIL & I, and KIND HEARTS AND CORONETS. Did I miss PASSPORT TO PIMLICO? And no love for THE MAGIC CHRISTIAN?

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