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  • discussion page Talk:The List
    new comment by Desdemoor 2 hours ago
    Comment: Kadhaver007: I think this is indeed to do with different editions. Fanfare has never been in the English language editions, to the best of my...
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    new comment by Kadhaver007 12 hours ago
    Comment: Browsing through the list I noticed that there seems to be an error in it. Maybe it has to do with different editions, but in this list (somewhere...
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    new comment by ReySol24 5 days ago
    Comment: According to the UK Amazon site , the following films will be included in this year's edition: Parasite Joker Little Women For Sama The Lighthouse...
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    new comment by Rhino8888
    Comment: So no Godzilla (1954)?
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    new comment by ReySol24
    Comment: Just for the record, it seems that unsurprisingly both Joker and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood are gonna be present in this years' new edition: Spain...
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    new comment by Blue2020x
    Comment: I never claimed my opinions were the end-all be-all. The condescending attitude and name calling is unnecessary. We don't have to agree, but let's at...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: At the risk of, as usual, being the raging prick, the Great Dictator (which at least is in 101 War Movies you must see (same people who made this))...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: Just because something's older doesn't make it a "classic", and Quiz Show is only 26 (24 when u wrote that) years old. Something that's the same age...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: You ignored a lot of what I wrote, so why should I humor you? Any and all responses, no matter how much I try, will result in you being an absolute...
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    new comment by Blue2020x
    Comment: One of the best film lists I've ever discovered. It values not just quality but also innovation and importance to the medium, which is great. With...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: http://www.theyshootpictures.com/gf1000_all1000films_table.php http://www.theyshootpictures.com/21stcentury_allfilms_table.php I consider these...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: 7.3 imdb, 62% R.T., 39% Metacritic, 2/4 Ebert. Clue is demonstratably a painfully mediocre movie, a bad Agatha Christie riff (specifically, a...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: I like how you're telling me to read more thouroughly, when you completely ignore every single word I wrote and don't even try to understand how I'm...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: Since when did I claim to know better than the contributors? When did I ever say this wasn't MY preference? Either you got the wrong guy, or you're...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: “Just for fun, do tell me which movies YOU would include. You have taken a shit on everyone else, so it is only fair that you should get some shit...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: To the last commenter: I figured you would eventually talk down to me like you have with every other person on here. While I did not expect a...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: And here we go, yet another asshole who thinks their random literal nothing preference is sooooo “necessary”.   I love how you’re “shocked” your...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: I agree; Weir was at his best when he didn't conform too much to a Hollywood-state of mind (granted, he did it his own way, but I still agree that...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: Thanks for clarifying. You weren't clear in your last statement. But Weir's American career is plain, indistinguishable, contains nothing notable,...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: To the last comment: I said it was "a BETTER pick"; I didn't say it was a good pick. Like, I wouldn't put it on MY list of must see, but I was mainly...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: Last Commenter: I was agreeing with you up until the last line about Dead Poets. How the fuck is yet another TV-quality teen melodrama, full of...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: To the last comment, know what a real asshole is? Someone who calls other people assholes for validly calling others out on their obnoxious shit.
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: I heard about that Lucifer film you mentioned! I haven't seen it and it looked interesting. It's pretty unknown to most people so I hope the...
  • discussion page Talk:101 Movies
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: Well, there sort of is, in 1994 a book was published called "The 50 Greatest Cartoons (as selected by 1,000 animation professionals)". In the back of...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: The Truman Show would probably do better on a '101 Comedy Movies You Must See Before You Die', but when you compare it to other Weir movies (that got...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: It's another fucking Jim Carrey comedy. It's just ok, literally nothing different or special or notable any more than anything else. And the bad 90's...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: 500 Essential Cult Movies: The Essential Guide by Jennifer Eiss Cult Movies by Danny Peary The Rough Guide to Cult Movies edited by Paul Simpson,...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: I really love this list, but I feel the drop the ball a lot with their more recent editions.  For example, I was kinda shocked to find out that...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: Who the fuck just needs to see yet another TV-quality Lifetime channel-type movie about women of a certain age? How is it literally above all the...
  • discussion page Talk:The Books
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: 2020 British edition of the book appears October 1:...
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    new comment by Austria-Man
    Comment: Do you think, they will take "Joker" (2019)? And whan will they've choosed the movies for the next book?
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: They also include The Wedding Banquet, that makes 5 Ang Lee movies, so yeah, how many Ang Lee entries do you fucking need? Not everything he makes is...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: My predictions:  Parasite Joker 1917 The Irishman The Lighthouse One Cut of the Dead A Hidden Life They Shall Never Grow Old Portrait of a Woman on...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: Sorry, almost NONE of those are good enough candidates. 
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: I can understand the inclusion, but I also wonder what the point would be if it's so similar to two other movies on the list? 
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: What about it?
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: What about it?
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: The only one that, theoretically speaking, is a 'must see before you die' out of those is 'The Lion King' for being the first fully CGI animated live...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: You know, there's a multitude of ways to convey your displeasure without resorting to childish name calling.  Either way, what a lot of people fail...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: Because.
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: Why wasn't The Truman Show added?
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: Full Frontal: 4.7 imdb, 39% Rotten Tomatoes (27% Audience Score), 45% Metacritic, 1.5/4 Roger Ebert. Bad enough they include that piece of shit Sex,...
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    new comment by Jp050150
    Comment: Dude, both those new versions were not good at all. 2019 was a bad year for Disney remakes. Dumbo was awful, Aladdin made me miss Robin Williams, and...
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: I hope that, once the 20th anniversary comes along, they do something similar. 
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: Full Frontal - Soderbergh.  Lust | Caution - Ang Lee.  Inland Empire - Lynch. Lady of Burlesque - Gypsy Rose Lee.
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: Do you see it on the list? It's a combined master list of every edition, so no, if you don't see it, then no. It's a fine movie, but ultimately it's...
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    new comment by Austria-Man
    Comment: Maybe they will take also "Dumbo" and "The Lion King" (both 2019)? I mean, they've taken "The Jungle Book" (1967) and "The Jungle Book" (2016).
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    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: Oh yeah, because we need more John Wayne shit, like there's not enough of that, especially a movie that's rated 4.1 on imdb and literally looks like...
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