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Must See Movie Lists


As much value as there is in many an old movie, there are simply too many to view in one lifetime. So, the classics are a good place to start. But which ones? The dictionary defines the noun “classic” as a creation of the highest excellence. “Classic” can also be used to refer to any period considered to be a Golden Age. Although people confuse the term with “old”, neither word necessarily defines the other. However, despite the overused proclamation of a recent release being an instant classic, some distance is essential for evaluation. Generally, the accepted age of a classic film is twenty years or older. So, if you’re at a loss when it comes to selecting a classic to watch, or have already exhausted your knowledge of the subject, the popular lists gathered here make an excellent starting point.

1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

AFI's 100 Years 100 Movies

BFI 50 Greatest Films of All Time

Cannes Film Festival Films

Entertainment Weekly's 100 Greatest Movies of All Time

Movieline Magazine's 100 Greatest Foreign Films

Time's All-Time 100 Movies

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