- American Film Institute (AFI) 100 years, 100 movies (1998)
- AFI's 100 years, 100 movies, 10th Anniversary Listing. (2007)
- AFI's "10 Top 10" (Animation, Romantic comedy, Westerns, Sports, Mystery, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Gangster, Courtroom Dramas, Epics)
- Academy Award® Best Pictures winners.
- Anatomy of a Murder
#7 Courtroom drama
Pretty good film. Of course, most any film with Jimmy Stewart is a pretty good film.
- Annie Hall
#31 Top 100 (1998)
#35 Top 100 (2007)
#2 Romantic comedy
Best Picture (1977)
This was better the first time I saw it. It really doesn't hold up with time. Or, maybe it's the fact that Woody Allen is a perv. Either way, if you've seen it, don't see it again. If you haven't, you missed a good one; it's not good anymore.
- Apocalypse Now
#28 Top 100 (1998)
#30 Top 100 (2007)
It was boring when I saw it back in 1979. It's still boring.
- Around the World in 80 Days
Best Picture (1956)
3 hours and 3 minutes of ... well, heck, I don't remember anything about it. I'm sure, if I thought about it, I'd remember it, but I really don't think it's worth the trouble.
- Back to the Future
#10 Science fiction
I enjoyed the heck out of this movie. Silly and fun.
Saw this a long time ago. Haven't seen it since. But, I enjoyed it. Of course, I was a kid. I suppose I'd like it still. Flower. Thumper. The Siamese Cats ... oh, wait, that's another Disney film.
- Beauty and the Beast
I really enjoyed this Disney movie. It was the first cartoon to be nominated for Best Picture. Lost to Silence of the Lambs.
#72 Top 100 (1998)
#100 Top 100 (2007)
Best Picture (1959)
Good film. Long. 3 hours, 32 minutes long, in fact. Still, a good film.
Good film. I love the scene with Robert Loggia and Tom Hanks on the keyboard.
- Blade Runner
#97 Top 100 (2007)
#6 Science fiction
Didn't care for it the first time I saw it. Well, thought it was okay, but not great. Now, I still don't think it's great. But it's more okay than it used to be. Kinda grows on you.