Top Ten Lists

A&A Pegg-Wheat
The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eigth Dimension
The Norman Conquests: Table Manners
The Legend of Billie Jean
Comfort and Joy (1984 Bill Forsyth)
Pacific Rim
Dark City
The Royal Tenenbaums
The Dark Crystal

Aaron Grable
Dr. Strangelove
Rear Window
Boogie Nights
Double Indemnity
Blue Velvet
Die Hard
Kill Bill Vol. 1 & 2

Aaron Stewart-Ahn (Scarecrow employee 2001-2002)
Sans Soleil
La Jetee
Grin Without A Cat
Mauvais Sang
Les Amants Du Pont Neuf
Le Ciel Est A Vous
Kiki’s Delivery Service
Near Dark
Kate Bush: The Whole Story (collected music videos)
Beyond the Black Rainbow

Adam Dayton Robertson
1. City of God
2. Pulp Fiction
3. Rear Window
4. The Lives of Others
5. Brick
6. Fantastic Mr. Fox
7. Pan’s Labyrinth
8. Jurassic Park
9. The Princess Bride
10. Die Hard

Adam Jahnke
1. It’s A Wonderful Life
2. Brazil
3. Three Colors Trilogy
4. Intolerance
5. Barton Fink
6. The Thing (1982)
7. Videodrome
8. Life Of Brian
9. Dr. Strangelove
10. The Jerk

Aimee Thorne
Stupid-ass infinitely quotable movies I watch over and over again and feel rather guilty about it, but can watch at any time.

10. Clifford
9. Hot Tub Time Machine
8. Spaceballs
7. Pecker
6. The Forbidden Zone
5. Gummo
4. Wet Hot American Summer
3. Step Brothers
2. Heathers
1. Cabin Boy

Alex Allred
The Hunger
The Big Lebowski
Mystery Train
Night on Earth
Sante Sangre
Yellow Submarine
Etre et Avoir
The Breakfast Club
Rubin and Ed

Alex Cottle
Big Fish
Obvious Child
Baby Mama
Galaxy Quest
Frances Ha
Lost in Translation
Stuck in Love
You’ve Got Mail

Alex Hudson
Paris is Burning
Last Picture Show
Blade Runner
4 months 3 weeks and 6 days
Grey Gardens

Alex Osuch
1. Children of Men
2. Zardoz
3. Blade Runner
4. eXistenZ
5. Vertigo
6. Perfect Blue
7. Blow-Up
8. Synecdoche, New York
9. Chilly Scenes of Winter
10. Avatar (3D)

Alex Sutton
Godfather parts 1&2
The Dark Knight
Blade Runner
The Silence of the Lambs
Taxi Driver
Leon the Professional
Sunset Boulevard
Citizen Kane

Alexa Koenings
1. Dazed and Confused (1993)
2. Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)
3. There Will Be Blood (2007)
4. Mr. Death (1999)
5. Badlands (1973)
6. Throne of Blood (1957)
7. Dead Man (1995)
8. Apocalypse Now (1979)
9. The Act of Killing (2012)
10. Better off Dead (1985)

Alex’s mom
Godfather Part 2
La Strada
The Vanishing (Dutch version)
Groundhog Day
Seven Samurai
Let the Right One In (Swedish version)
Princess Mononoke
There Will Be Blood

Allen Almachar

Taxi Driver
Raging Bull
In The Mood For Love
Some Like It Hot
City Of God
Pulp Fiction
The Red Shoes
La Dolce Vita
The 400 Blows

alysha & yoyo
2001: A Space Odyssey
Barbarella: Queen of the Galaxy
Blade Runner
District 9
Mad Max
Pacific Rim

Alyssa Mulholland
Pirates of the Carribean: Curse of the Black Pearl
Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
The Fifth Element
Ever After
Kill Bill
District 9
Nightmare Before Christmas
The Grand Budapest Hotel

Amber Adams
Top 10 Porn Parodies
1. Driller (1984)
2. Captain Lust (1977)
3. Beauty and the Beast 1 (1988)
4. Edward Penishands (1991)
5. Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs (1995, Italy)
6. Robin Hood: Thieve of Wives (1995, Italy)
7. E.T. XXX (2013)
8. New Adventures of Snow White (1969, Germany)
9. Sexbusters (1984)
10. Souperman (1964)

Amy Miller
1. Blade Runner
2. Excalibur
3. Aliens (James Cameron)
4. Star Wars (Original trilogy episode 1)
5. Indiana Jones (Original)
6. Lord of the Rings (Fellowship of the Ring)
7. Superman (Richard Donner)
8. The English Patient
9. Out of Africa
10. Batman (1st Chris Nolan)

Andrew Bemis
The Shining
Blue Velvet
Raging Bull
Blue Velvet
There Will Be Blood
Lawrence of Arabia
Apocalypse Now
Blade Runner

Andrew Hegele

The Apostle
Sweet Smell of Success
Blume in Love
California Split
Chungking Express
The Silent Partner
The Ninth Configuration
Werckmeister Harmonies

Andrew Peirce – The A & B Film Podcast.

Top Ten Australian Films
1. Lantana
2. Animal Kingdom
3. Wake in Fright
4. The Loved Ones
5. Gallipoli
6. Samson & Delilah
7. Breaker Morant
8. Lucky Miles
9. Welcome to Woop Woop
10. Stork

Andrew Thomas Wade
Top Ten Best Police Academy Movies (In Random Order)
1. Police Academy
2. Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment
3. Police Academy 3: Back in Training
4. Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol
5. Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach
6. Police Academy 6: City Under Siege
7. Police Academy 7: Mission to Moscow
8. Rumored Eighth Police Academy Movie (Citation Needed)

Andrew Whittle The Whittler
The Matrix
The Great Outdoors
Office Space
Dumb And Dumber
Back to the Future
The Number 23
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn

Christina Levine

The Grand Budapest Hotel
Days if Heaven
The Book Thief
Moonrise Kingdom
Double Idemnity
Cocteau’s Beauty and the Beast

Ariel M
In no particular order:
Castle in the Sky
The Wedding
A Serious Man
Talk to Her
The Host
Seven Samurai
The Third Man

Autumn & Seth
1. The Royal Tenenbaums
2. Amelie
3. The Virgin Suicides
4. American Beauty
5. Harold and Maude
6. Memento
7. Fight Club
8. Almost Famous
9. Stay
10. Amores Perros

Barbara Twist
1. Outer Space by Peter Tscherkassky
2. My Neighbor Totoro – Hayao Miyazaki
3. Bridget Jones’ Diary – Sharon Maguire
4. Semiotics of the Kitchen – Martha Rosler
5. Rashomon – Akira Kurosawa
6. Brokeback Mountain – Ang Lee
7. Anchorman – Adam McKay
8. A Study in Choreography for Camera – Maya Deren
9. Bridesmaids – Paul Feig
10. Chungking Express – Wong Kar-Wai

Barton Kimball

Bring Me The Head of Alfredo Garcia
The Gate
The Tenant
Sharky’s Machine
Paper Moon
Blow Out
Freebie and The Bean

Bella Music
1. The Princess Bride
2. My Neighbor Totoro
3. Jurassic Park
4. Blade Runner
5. Rear Window
6. Toy Story
7. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
8. Airplane!
9. Harry Potter (The Entire Series)
10. The Departed

Benjamin Mogzec

In no particular order:

Spider-Man 2 (2004, dir. Sam Raimi)
The Breakfast Club (1985, dir. John Hughes)
To Have and Have Not (1944, dir. Howard Hawks)
Rock ‘n’ Roll High School (1979, dir. Allan Arkush)
Castle in the Sky (1986, dir. Hayao Miyazaki)
Gozu (2003, dir. Takashi Miike)
Slacker (1991, dir. Richard Linklater)
Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981, dir. Steven Spielberg)
It’s a Wonderful Life (1946, dir. Frank Capra)
The Science of Sleep (2006, dir. Michel Gondry)

Benjamin Newman
1. The Princess Bride
2. Edward Scissorhands
3. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
4. Almost Famous
5. Pulp Fiction
6. Taxi Driver
7. Goodfellas
8. The Godfather Parts 1 & 2
9. The Lord of The Rings Trilogy (Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, The Return of the King)
10. The Toy Story Trilogy (Toy Story, Toy Story 2, Toy Story 3)

Bert Schippers
Old Boy
The Killer
Once Upon a Time in the West
The Man from Nowhere
In Bruges
Pulp Fiction
Leon The Professional
Repo Man
Kill Bill

Big Shot Movie Club
1) Something Wild (1986)
2) Minnie & Moskowitz
3) I Was Born, But…
4) Daisies
5) Fletch
6) L’Atalante
7) California Split
8) Something Wild (1961)
9) Betty Blue
10) Breathless (1983)

Bob Foster
1. Evil Dead 2
2. The Rocky Horror Picture Show
3. Ghost Busters
4. The Empire Strikes Back
5. Hellraiser
6. American Psycho
7. MST3k: The Final Sacrifice
8. The Abominable Doctor Phibes
9. Pan’s Labyrinth
10. Dead Alive

Brandin Watson
Die Hard
Altered States
The Fountain
The Return (2003)
2001 A Space Odyssey
Dune (1984)
The Great Escape
The Thing

Brandon Cunningham
(10) The Big Heat
(9) The Curse of Frankenstein
(8) High & Low
(7) Le Samourai
(6) The Chocolate War
(5) Two-Lane Blacktop
(4) The Thing
(3) Point Blank
(2) The Treasure of Sierra Madre
(1) A Man Escaped

Brannon Moore
The “Michael Moriarty in Q” Memorial List of Great Performances that Crappy Movies Didn’t Deserve

Laura Linney, The Life of David Gale
Michael Parks, Tusk
Tony Shalhoub, The Siege
Kurt Russell, Soldier
Marisa Tomei, What Women Want
Stanley Tucci, The Core
Tilda Swinton, The Beach
Olivia Wilde, Cowboys & Aliens
JK Simmons, The Ladykillers
Michael Clarke Duncan, Slammin Salmon

Brian Hackett
1) The Good, The Bad & The Ugly
Because simplicity can be one of the best forms of perfection. Wallach running away with the movie like there was a bounty on his head. Van Cleef giving us one of THE greatest badass entrances in cinematic history. Eastwood playing it with ease. Surprising moments of humanity from all three leads. The ecstasy of great cinema.

2) Seven Samurai
In any great director’s career, they can create both an epic AND a masterpiece, if they’re lucky. Though the 2 are not always one and the same, they certainly are in this case. Kurosawa crafted a story that was epic in scope and telling, but also personal. Toshiro Mifune and Takashi Shimura paved the way for historically great actor-director collaborations. The battle scenes are never too grandiose, reminding you the high price to be paid for spilt blood.

3) Inglourious Basterds
The film that reinvigorated both my love for Tarantino and my passion for movies, in all their 24-frames-per-second grandeur and beauty. Only the Tarantino-verse would have a film critic play an integral part in the story. Brad Pitt being the best kind of ham there is, but not overshadowing the revelation that is Waltz. Streudel and its great potency for tension. Viva Operation Kino.

4) Mad Max 2
Like number 1, it’s simplicity. Where Mad Max was a rock-solid character drama/psychological thriller, Mad Max 2 opts for more action. The final chase and the stunts in this film are a sight to behold. The Humungus is a bonafide all-time great movie villain.

5) Dawn of The Dead (1978)
Romero upped the grim ante provided at the end of Night of The Living Dead, both in sentiment and body count. Rather than give us a fortified world where humans turned back the undead tide, instead we’re given a look at society breaking down. For once, it looked like the good guys weren’t gonna win this one. Seeing how we all contribute to that fate is what really gives the film its raw power.

6) Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
Time and cynicism have done nothing to dilute the joy this movie still brings me, though my love of it then and my love of it now are for 2 different reasons. The childhood awe and fascination and joy made this a treasure. Looking at it now, seeing all the influences and the unmitigated sense of wonder of all that is possible with science-fiction/fantasy, I will always cherish this movie.

7) My Neighbor Totoro
Yeah, it’s the movie that tops most Miyazaki rankings, by both the critics and the fans. And it’s not hard to see why. The unbridled joy and the sought-after innocence of childhood were never more accurately and beautifully rendered than they were here. The thrill of exploration and befriending gorgeous woodland creatures, creatures that would inspire only fear in the hearts and minds of adults. And of course, huggable fluffy Totoro.

8) Women On The Verge of A Nervous Breakdown
Many of Almodovar’s films are soap operas cranked up to the highest and greatest level possible, and the frenetic energy in this film is no exception, nor would I ask it to be. Carmen Maura, one of Pedro’s great muses, was never better. A commendable note must be made of the pro-women attitude of his films. Yes, his female characters are sometimes prone to hysterics, but it’s never played for a sign of weakness. Rather, it only reinforces their palatable strength. They may be betrayed or hurt, but they refuse to let it define them; a screenwriting trait that is still sorely lacking in this country.

9) Apocalypse Now (Theatrical Release)
An eerily effective examination of the horrors we’re capable of, both in times of war and against each other. Brando’s documented unraveling behind the scenes only adds to the marvel of his brief performance. His Kurtz is the perfect shattered mirror to the already-crumbling Willard. The whittling down of both the youth and the reason of the boat crew further isolate and insulate Willard from the outside world, until only he and his target/future remain, and the realization that only one dark heart will prevail.

10) Collateral
It’s the 2 lead performances that cement this film on this list. Cruise turns in a performance that is remarkably vicious and surprsingly open. Vincent is a character who will remain with you long after the film has ended. Foxx’s Max is a phenomenal foil to Vincent’s work and his nihilist philosophy. Seeing the impact these 2 men have on each other in the course of one beautifully shot night in LA is the stuff screenwriters aspire to. You’ll never look at cab drivers or their fare the same way again.

Bryce Erlandson
Barton Fink (1991)
Being John Malkovich (1999)
Children of Men (2006)
Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009)
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)
Nights of Cabiria (1957)
Pee-wee’s Big Adventure (1985)
Punch-Drunk Love (2002)
The Shining (1980)
Solaris (1972)

Calvin Lee Reeder
Lonely Are The Brave
Cutters Way
Fat City
Don’t Look Now
Repo Man
Heartworn Highways
The Hustler
Bad Company(1972)

Cartridge Magazine
1. Once Upon a Time in America (1984)
2. Scarecrow (1973)
3. Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974)
4. The Bitter Tea of General Yen (1933)
5. O.C. and Stiggs (1985)
6. Cannibal Holocaust (1980)
7. Boy (2010)
8. Sydney (Hard Eight) (1996)
9. The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964)
10. Jigoku (1960)

Caryn Cline
In no particular order:

Claire Denis’s BEAU TRAVAIL
Buster Keaton’s THE GENERAL
Theo Angelopoulos’s LANDSCAPE IN THE MIST
Yasujiro Ozu’s TOKYO STORY
Bruce Baillie’s CASTRO STREET
Barbara Kopple’s HARLAN COUNTY, USA

Cascadia Vape
1-Up In Smoke
2-Dazed and Confused
4-Club Paradise
5-The Big Lebowski
7-Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle
8-Leaves of Grass
9-Pineapple Express
10-Get Crazy

Casey Burr
The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters
Stop Making Sense
Wet Hot American Summer
Putney Swope
We Need to Talk About Kevin
Fishing With John

Cowboy Bebop
Ghost in the Shell
Totoro; Fruits Basket
His & Her Circumstances
Darker Than Black
Eden of the East
Excel Saga

Central Cinema
The 4th Man (De vierde man)
Strangers on a Train
Chungking Express
Earth Girls are Easy
Triplets of Belleville
Say Anything

Cesare Gagliardoni
Cure (1997)
City Lights
Raising Arizona
Three Colors: Red
You The Living
Phase IV
Deep Red

Charlene Freeman
It’s a Wonderful Life
North by Northwest
Kill Bill
My Neighbor Totoro
Thelma & Louise
Dog Day Afternoon
Mulholland Drive
The Warriors
Blade Runner

Chelsea Robinson
Harold and Maude
Night of the Hunter
Wayne’s World
The Thing (John Carpenter)
Bottle Rocket
Monkey Shines
Independence Day
The Shining

Chris Hong
Night and the City
Night of the Hunter
Band of Outsiders
Fist of Legend
Do the Right Thing
Battle of Algiers
Sullivan’s Travels
Seven Samurai

Chris Letcher
1.The Good, the Bad and the Ugly – Sergio Leone
2. Stalker – Anderei Tarkovsky
3. Alphaville – Jean-Luc Godard
4. Kings of the Road – Wim Wenders
5. Berlin Alexanderplatz – Rainer Werner Fassbinder
6. Fireworks – Takeshi Kitano
7. Henry Fool – Hal Hartley
8. Apocalpyse Now – Francis Ford Coppola
9. Manhattan – Woody Allen
10. Day is Done – Mike Kelley

Chris Rimple
This Is Spinal Tap
Field of Dreams
Blade Runner
Blazing Saddles
Dr. Strangelove
The Right Stuff
The Natural

Chris Z
The Queen of Versailles
Fast, Cheap & Out of Control
Exit Through The Gift Shop
Gideon’s Army
Food, Inc
Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room
Streetwise (Mary Ellen Mark)
We Jam Econo
The Fearless Freaks

Christine V.
Say Anything
500 Days of Summer
The Blues Brothers
West Side Story
Mean Girls
Wicker Park
Cruel Intentions
As Good as it Gets

Chuck Williamson
The Crowd (dir. King Vidor, 1928)
Au bonheur des dames (dir. Julian Duvivier, 1930)
You and Me (dir. Fritz Lang, 1938)
Reign of Terror (dir. Anthony Mann, 1949)
Funeral Parade of Roses (dir. Toshio Matsumoto, 1969)
Red Psalm (dir. Miklos Jansco)
Black Devil Doll from Hell (dir. Chester N. Turner, 1984)
Love Streams (dir. John Cassavetes, 1984)
Friday Night (dir. Claire Denis, 2002)
Inland Empire (dir. David Lynch, 2006)

Colin & Holly, Austin TX
Top Ten Films Devised & Directed By Mike Leigh:

1. Home Sweet Home
2. Grown-Ups
3. Hard Labor
4. Bleak Moments
5. Nuts in May
6. Vera Drake
7. Another Year
8. Four Days in July
9. Secrets & Lies
10. Who’s Who

Colin Booth
2001: A Space Odyssey
Big Trouble in Little China
Dog Soldiers
Godzilla (1954)
Star Trek 3: The Search for Spock
The Big Lebowski
The Sting
The Thing

Collin Moore & Scout
Die Hard
The Shawshank Redemption
The Usual Suspects
The Silence of the Lambs
Leon: The Professional
Raiders of the Lost Ark
L.A. Confidential
Twelve Monkeys
Jurassic Park

Crystal Milam
Godfather 2
Star Trek IV
Rear Window
Usual Suspects
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bob
Finding Nemo
The Avengers

D. A. Hollingsworth
*In No Particular Order*

Heaven and Earth Magic (1962)
The General (1926)
Intolerance (1916)
Cat People (1942)
Do the Right Thing (1989)
Vagabond (1985)
Phantom of the Paradise (1974)
The Sweet Smell of Success (1956)
The Adventures of Prince Achmed (1926)
The Tale of the Fox (1930)

D. Gaffney
Bringing Out the Dead (1999/Martin Scorsese)
Your Sister’s Sister (2011/Lynn Shelton)
Jonah Who Will Be 25 in the Year 2000 (1976/Alain Tanner)
Metropolitan (1990/Whit Stillman)
Louie Bluie (1985/Terry Zwigoff)
Beast Cops (1988/Gordon Chan + Dante Lam)
The Dancer Upstairs (2002/John Malkovitch)
Happy Here and Now (2002/Michael Almereyda)
Attenberg (2010/Athina Rachel Tsangari)
The Taste of Tea (2004/Katsuhito Ishii)

Damien Koemans
10 Movies Better Than They Should Have Been:

Into the Mouth of Madness
Event Horizon
Safety Not Guaranteed
Pitch Black
House of 1000 Corpses
The Ninth Gate
Super Troopers
Crank 2

Dan Meade
Down By Law
Songs from the Second Floor
Night of the Living Dead
Fallen Angels
The Godfather
Bad Boy Bubby
Life is Beautiful
Touching the Void
Reservoir Dogs

Daniel Joseph Sardella
1. Pee-wee’s Big Adventure
2. The Thing (1982)
3. Ghostbusters
4. Raiders Of The Lost Ark
5. The Shining (1980)
6. Alien
7. Citizen Kane
8. Pulp Fiction
9. The Dark Crystal
10. Goodfellas

Danielle Mantione
1. The Royal Tenenbaums
2. Une femme est une femme
3. Superbad
4. Kicking and Screaming (1995)
5. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
6. Ghostbusters
7. Eraserhead
8. The Night of the Hunter
9. Hocus Pocus
10. Fanny and Alexander

Dave Boone
2001: A Space Odyssey
Burnt By The Sun
Citizen Kane
Dersu Uzala
The Godfather
The Graduate
Lawrence of Arabia
Zero Kelvin

Dave Hovenden
VERTIGO (1958)
L.A. STORY (1991)
DESK SET (1957)

David & Nancy Huss
The President’s Analyst
The Night of the Hunter
The Manchurian Candidate
How I Won the War
Point Blank
Major Dundee

David Chen
1. Children of Men
2. City of God
3. Mad Max: Fury Road
4. Pulp Fiction
5., Alien
6. Saving Private Ryan
7. Jurassic Park
8. Gladiator
9. Jaws
10. Hot Fuzz

David M Noriega
My Science Project
The Black Hole
Nausicaa of the valley of the wind
Howard The Duck
The Exorist
Die Hard

David Turnbull
My Top Ten 80’s Movies You May Not Have Seen Since You Were a Kid
My Best Friend is a Vampire
No Holds Barred
Cloak & Dagger
Flight of the Navigator
Little Monsters
Not Quite Human
Boy Who Could Fly
Night of the Comet
Honorable Mention: Chopping Mall

Derek Godin
In alphabetical order:
The Adventures of Juan Quin Quin (1967)
Carts of Darkness (2008)
Cube (1997)
Doggiewoggiez! Poochiewoochiez! (2012)
Hellzapoppin’ (1941)
The Pyx (1973)
Screamplay (1985)
Spectres of the Spectrum (1999)
Time Masters (1982)
Yes Sir! Madame… (1994)

Devin Cox
Macross: Do You Remember Love?
Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind
Gallforce Eternal Story
Yamato 2199 (All 26 episodes)
Megazone 23
Babylon 5
How To Train Your Dragon
Star Wars

Donald Saunderson
1. L’Avventura
2. 2001: A Space Odyssey
3. Persona
4. Days of Heaven
5. La Dolce Vita
6. Raging Bull
7. The Godfather Part 2
8. Le Mepris
9. The Thin Red Line
10. La Collectionneuse

Dreamstrands Comics
Nausicaa of the Valley of Wind
Strange Days
Empire Strikes Back
Somewhere in Time
Forbidden Planet

Dylan “Macca” McManus
10. Scott Pilgrim vs The World
9. Shock Treatment
8. Rounders
7. Cop Land (Director’s Cut)
6. The Thing Called Love (Director’s Cut)
5. The Commitments
4. Phantom Of The Paradise
3. Bugsy Malone
2. Infernal Affairs
1. Leon The Professional (Extended Cut).

Dylan Wilbanks
One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest
The Two Towers
Trois couleurs: Bleu
The Four Feathers
Five Easy Pieces
Six Degrees of Separation
Seven Samurai
Eight Men Out
9 to 5
3:10 to Yuma

Eli Juicy Jones
1. The Lathe of Heaven
2. The Black Hole
3. Star Trek – The Motion Picture
4. Snowpiercer
5. Galaxy Quest
6. Edge of Tomorrow
7. District 9
8. Forbidden Planet
9. Barton Fink
10. Pitch Black

Elisa Haradon
The Snowtown Murders
The Exorcist
Darwin’s Nightmare
The Shining
2001: A Space Odyssey
Capturing the Friedmans
The Lost Boys

Elman Steven

1. Amanti d’oltretomba
2. Night of The Hunter
3. Baron Prasil
4. Portrait of Jennie
5. La Belle et la Bete
6. Boom!
7. The Red Shoes
8. Last Year at Marienbad
9. Zerkalo
10. Pierrot Le Fou

Emilio Bellu
1) Mulholland Dr.
2) Blade Runner
3) Annie Hall
4) The Matrix
5) The Warriors
6) 2001: A Space Odyssey
7) Zoolander
8) Fight Club
9) Once Upon a Time in America
10) The Conformist

Eric Sambrano
That Thing You Do!
Hot Fuzz
Galaxy Quest
Walk Hard
Fast Five
Stuck On You
The Dark Knight
Mean Girls
Die Hard

Erik LeDrew
The 39 Steps
The Abyss
The African Queen
The Apartment
The Man Who Would Be King
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Rob Roy

Erik Wirfs-Brock
Seven Samurai
The Holy Mountain
Hoop Dreams
Paris, Texas
Age of Innocence
Wayne’s World
Citizen Kane
Annie Hall
Dr Strangelove

Evan and Melinda Loeffler
Romantics Anonymous
Lars and the Real Girl
Fever Pitch
Time Bandits
Safety Not Guaranteed
Harold and Maude
Eternal Sunshine of Spotless Mind
Moonrise Kingdom
Lost in Translation

Fred Rains
10. Crimewave
9. Ace in the Hole
8. The Killing (Kubrick)
7. The Long Goodbye
6. Jabberwocky
5. 1941
4. High and Low
3. The Duelists
2. Big Fish
1. The Darjeerling Limited

Freddie Arnold
1. Schizopolis
2. Paprika
3. Lovers on the Bridge
4. A Clockwork Orange
5. Into the Wild
6. Breathless (1960)
7. Lost Highway
8. Cemetery Man
9. Dawn of the Dead (1978)
10. The Idiots

Gabriel Bruskoff

1) It Happened One Night
2) Taxi Driver
3) Bonnie and Clyde
4) The Social Network
5) Bicycle Thieves
6) The 400 Blows
7) 500 Days of Summer
8) Cleo From 5 to 7
9) Singin’ In The Rain
10) Drive

Ginger Bellerud-Corthell
1. Pillow Talk
2. The Lives of Others
3. The Year of Living Dangerously
4. Heat
5. The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
6. Spirited Away
7. After the Wedding
8. Cinema Paradiso
9. Amelie
10. Charade

Gordon Elgart
Top 10 Jackie Chan or John Cusack Movies, inspired by the fact that these are the two actors I’m most likely to have seen in a rented video during my lifetime.

1. Say Anything
2. Project A
3. Better Off Dead
4. Drunken Master 2
5. Grosse Pointe Blank
6. Who am I?
7. The Grifters
8. Police Story
9. Wheels on Meals
10. Hot Pursuit

Grant Cravens
1. Close encounters of the third kind
2. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
3. Trading Places
4. Helvetica
5. Objectified
6. Spirited away
7. Wayne’s World 1&2
8. Airplane
9. The Blues Brothers
10. Pacific Rim

Grant P.
The Dear Hunter
My Life As a Dog
Paris Texas
Werckmeister Harmonies
Groundhog Day
Five Easy Pieces
Blue Velvet

Gustavo Bernal
Underground – Emir Kusturica
2001 Space Oddissey – Stanley Kubrick
La Haine – Mathieu Kassovitz
Blade Runner – Ridley Scott
La Femme Nikita – Luc Besson
Nightwatch – Timur Bekmambetov
Trainspotting – Danny Boyle
Character-Mike van Diem
Casablanca-Michael Curtiz
Baraka – Ron Fricke

Hafidha Acuay
Thin Red Line
Singin’ in the Rain
My Life Without Me
Funny Girl
Daughters of the Dust
Prisoner of the Mountains
Before Sunrise

Henry Darrow McComas
Burnt Offerings
Chasing Amy
To Kill A Mockingbird
Thunder Heart
Breaking Away
Angel Heart
Apocalypse Now
Hustle & Flow

Honora Wade
(10) The Great Lie (1941)
(9) All that Jazz (1979)
(8) Up In The Air (2009)
(7) An American In Paris (1951)
(6) Longtime Companion (1989)
(5) The Turning Point (1977)
(4) Star Wars (1977)
(3) Seven Samurai (1954)
(2) To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)
(1) Brokeback Mountain (2005)

Huy Chu
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
All That Jazz
Raiders of the Lost Ark
8 ½
Blow Out
Jackie Brown
Stop Making Sense

Ian Lilley

1. Fallen Angels
2. Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind
3. Mindgame
4. O Brother Where Art Thou
5. Up
6. Speed Racer
8. Fish Story
9. Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World
10. Yellow Submarine

Irina V
How to Get Ahead in Advertising
Godfather II
Dancer in the Dark
Glengarry Glen Ross
Fantastic Planet
Life of Brian
Pulp Fiction

J. Brad Wilke
Putney Swope
Claire’s Knee
Harlan County U.S.A.
National Lampoon’s Vacation
Boogie Nights
Closely Watched Trains

Jacob M. Chase

Presented in alphabetical order:
3 Silent Classics by Josef von Sternberg
Bicycle Thieves
Body Double
Letter Never Sent
The Master
Ms. 45
The Thing
Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery

True Romance
The Dark Knight
The Empire Strikes Back
Inglorious Basterds
Good Will Hunting
In Bruges
Hot Fuzz
The Avengers

Jake Isgar
1. Burn! (dir. Gillo Pontecorvo, 1969)
2. The Eight Diagram Pole Fighter (dir. Lau Kar-Leung, 1984)
3. Nothing Lasts Forever (dir. Tom Schiller, 1984)
4. The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh (dir. Gilbert Moses, 1979)
5. Lisztomania (dir. Ken Russell, 1975)
6. Home Movies (dir. Brian De Palma, 1979)
7. To Live and Die in L.A. (dir. William Friedkin, 1986)
8. The Boxer’s Omen (dir. Kuei Chih-Hung, 1983)
9. A Matter of Life and Death (dir. Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger, 1946)
10. Heat (dir. Dick Richards, 1986)

James Nugent

1. 2001: A Space Odyssey
2. Apocalypse Now
3. Don’t Look Back
4. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
5. Fight Club

Jason Shook
The Abominable Dr. Phibes
Beyond the Valley of the Dolls
Cutter’s Way
Danger: Diabolik
Daughters of Darkness
Deep End
Point Blank
The Wicker Man (1973)

Jeanine Mangold
No way to name a top ten, but here are ten movies that I absolutely love.
In no particular order:

Dinner at Eight
Mrs. Miniver
Shadow of a Doubt
Raising Arizona
Monsieur Verdoux
Lost in Translation
The More the Merrier
In This Our Life

Jeff Bowan
Double Indemnity
High Sierra
The Maltese Falcon
To Have and Have Not
Only Angels Have Wings
Wings of Desire
Ali: Fear Eats the Soul
North by Northwest

Jeff Maison

1) Fellowship of the Ring
2) The Third Man
3) Vertigo
4) Sunset Blvd.
5) Empire Strikes Back
6) Cache
7) Seven Samurai
8) Once Upon A Time in Anatolia
9) Days of Heaven
10) There Will Be Blood

Jeff Meyers
Touch Of Evil
Dr. Strangelove
Duck Soup
Head On
Lawrence Of Arabia
Blade Runner
All About Eve
Monty Python’s Life Of Brian

Jen Koogler
-Original Star Wars Trilogy
-Hard Day’s Night
-Auntie Mame
-The Sound of Music
–A Clockwork Orange
-Coal Miner’s Daughter
-The Hunt For Red October
-Mary Poppins

Jen Seaman
1. Vertigo
2. Harold & Maude
3. Rebecca
4. Kikujiro
5. It (1927)
6. Annie Hall
7. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
8. The Women (1939)
9. The Best Years of Our Lives
10. Dead of Night (1945)

Jenny Platz
1. Paper Moon 1973
2. Night of the Hunter 1955
3. Pierrot Le Fou 1965
4. In the Mood for Love 2000
5. Picnic at Hanging Rock 1975
6. Gone in 60 Seconds 1974
7. Before Sunset 2004
8. Center Stage 2000
9. House 1977
10. The Cranes are Flying 1957

Jerry Stroh
(In Alphabetical Order)

Fellini’s 8 ½
Burden of Dreams
A Clockwork Orange
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Hiroshima Mon Amour
The Holy Mountain
My Own Private Idaho
The Shining

Jill Donahue
1. Pee Wee ‘ s Big Adventure
2. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
3. Wayne ‘ s World
4. Howl’s Moving Castle
5. Ratatouille
6. Clerks
7. The Fantastic Mr. Fox
8. Shaun of the Dead
9. Monty Python ‘ s The Holy Grail
10. Bandits

Jimmy Bontatibus
…And Life Goes On (1991, Abbas Kiarostami)
Cairo Station (1958, Youssef Chahine)
Daddy Longlegs (2009, Josh & Benny Safdie)
Deep End (1970, Jerzy Skolimowski)
The Life of Jesus (1997, Bruno Dumont)
No Rest for the Brave (2003, Alain Guiraudie)
Return of the Prodigal Son (1967, Evald Schorm)
Rocco and His Brothers (1960, Luchino Visconti)
Vic + Flo Saw A Bear (2013, Denis Cote)
Wanda (1970, Barbara Loden)

JJ Gauthier
The Thin Man
The Caveman’s Valentine
Blow Out
In the Loop
Upstream Color
Trouble In Paradise
White Hunter, Black Heart
Treasure Island (1989 version witih Charlton Heston)


Blue Velvet
Raising Arizona
Young Frankenstein
Annie Hall
Raiders of the Lost Ark
The Breakfast Club
Silence of the Lambs
Bus 174

JoanE O’Brien
1) American Beauty
5)In Bruges
6)The Fall
7)Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
8)Control Room
9)The Standbys
10)The Iron Giant

Joanie “BubblyOasis” Rich
Joanie’s Top Ten Kid’s Classics:

1.) The Christmas Toy
2.) The Brave Little Toaster
3.) The Hugga Bunch Movie
4.) The American Rabbit
5.) The Gallavants
6.) Unico in the Island of Magic
7.) Dot and Keeto
8.) The Gnome’s Great Adventure
9.) Enchanted Journey
10.) Serendipity The Pink Dragon

Jodi Wilton
Mississippi Burning
The French Connection
North By Northwest
The Big Lebowski
Shawshank Redemption
The Goonies
The Breakfast Club
Planes Trains and Automobiles
Good Morning Vietnam

Joe H.
In no particular order:
“Brotherhood of the Wolf”
“Storm Riders”
“Bride with White Hair”
“City of Lost Children”
“City of God”
“The Raid: Redemption”
“On Guard”
“Winter’s Bone”
“Inside Llewyn Davis”

Joe Keatinge
1. Harold & Maude (Hal Ashby)
2. A Trip to the Moon (Georges Melies)
3. 2001: A Space Odyssey (Stanley Kubrick)
4. Akira (Katsuhiro Otomo)
5. Roman Holiday (William Wyler)
6. Blade Runner (Tony Scott)
7. The Innocents (Jack Clayton)
8. Inglourious Basterds (Quentin Tarantino)
9. Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (Wes Anderson)
10. Il Sorpasso (Dino Risi)

Joey Waters

1. Eyes Without A Face (1960)
2. The Masque Of The Red Death (1964)
3. The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967)
4. Valerie And Her Week Of Wonders (1970)
5. The Living Dead At Manchester Morgue (1974)
6. Hausu (1977)
7. Pieces (1982)
8. The Return Of The Living Dead (1985)
9. Opera (1987)
10. Cemetery Man (1994)

John Gleim
Phantom of the Paradise
Le Samourai
Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind
Key Largo
Wings of Desire
Sleuth (1972)
25th Hour

John O’Neill
The Passenger (Antonioni)
Medea (Pasolini)
Andrei Rublev (Tarkovsky)
The Innocents (Clayton)
Kirsa Nicholina (Nelson)
Patriotism (Mishima)
Moses und Aron (Straub/Huillet)
Beau travail (Denis)
Rules of the Game (Renoir)
The Adventures of Robin Hood (Curtiz)

Johnathan Lyon
Top Ten Movies I Feel Like Watching Right Now Instead of Doing What I’m Doing

1. Sneakers
2. Fitzcarraldo
3. Noises Off
4. Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind
5. Baquiat
6. There Will Be Blood
7. Palindromes
8. A Zed and Two Noughts
9. Naked
10. Die Hard

Jon & Natalie Wilkie
Dark Water (2002)
Hot Fuzz
The Iron Giant
Kill Bill
Kiki’s Delivery Service
On Any Sunday
Session 9
Strange Brew
The Thin Man

Jon Stobezki

400 Blows
Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls
Blade Runner
No Country For Old Men
Once Upon A Time In The West
Le Samourai
This Is Spinal Tap

Joseph Canaday
1. Breaking The Waves (1996)
2. Certified Copy (2010)
3. Three Colors: Red (1994)
4. Three Colors: Blue (1993)
5. Three Colors: White (1994)
6. Possession (1981)
7. Eraserhead (1977)
8. The Tree of Life (2011)
9. The Grandmaster (2013)
10. The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964)

Josh Houchin
Fight Club
The Thing (1982)
The Shining
Inglourious Basterds
The Prestige
Night of the Living Dead (1968)

Joshua James
All the Colors of The Dark
Deep Red
House of the Laughing Windows
Strange Vice Ms Wardth
Don’t Torture a Duckling
Who Saw Her Die
Case of the Bloody Iris
Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I have the Key
Bird with the Crystal Plumage
Blood and Black Lace

Julia Hechler
1. After the Wedding (2006)
2. Clueless (1995)
3. Exit Through the Gift Shop (2010)
4. Hearts and Minds (1974)
5. Hoop Dreams (1994)
6. The Invisible War (2012)
7. Last Year at Marienbad (1961)
8. The Night of the Hunter (1955)
9. Playtime (1967)
10. Sweet Smell of Success (1957)

Kate Laster
Duck soup
The Passion of Joan of Arc
The Sweet Hereafter
Night of the Hunter
Murder on the Orient Express (1974)
Tokyo Godfathers
The Apartment
Wings of Desire

Katie M.
Peeping Tom (1960)
The Insect Woman (1963)
Repulsion (1965)
Badlands (1973)
Blood Simple (1984)
The Cook the Thief His Wife and Her Lover (1989)
Raise the Red Lantern (1991)
Naked (1993)
Mulholland Drive (2001)
3-Iron (2004)

Kelly H.
The Runaways (2010)
Almost Famous (2000)
Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009)
Pride & Prejudice (2005)
Disney’s Robin Hood (1973)
Jurassic Park (1993)
Walk the Line (2005)
Panic Room (2002)
Whip It (2009)
Midnight in Paris (2011)

Kenny Curry
Better Off Dead
So I Married an Axe Murderer
I’m Not There
Broadway Danny Rose
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
Francis Ha
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Away We Go

Kevin Kogin
Only ten?? In no particular order:

In a Lonely Place
Au Hasard Balthazar
Two-Lane Blacktop
Winter Light
Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Ali: Fear Eats the Soul
Tokyo Story
Make Way For Tomorrow

Kevin McGinnis
1. Star Wars: A New Hope
2.Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark
3. Aliens
4.Saving Private Ryan
5.Big Lebowski
6.Good Will Hunting
7.Stardust Memories
8.The God Father Part2
10.Almost Famous

Kevin Sharp
In chronological order:
1. Out of the Past (Tourneur, 1947)
Because it would work as a love story, a hate story, or a mystery story, and yet it gives us all three.

2. The Apartment (Wilder, 1960)
Because it’s my favorite screenplay, my favorite Christmas movie, my favorite romantic comedy, and has one of my favorite female characters. (We can’t blame her for the explosion of Manic Pixie Dream Girls ever since.)

3. L’Avventura (Antonioni, 1960)
Because of two people watching a sunrise.

4. Manhattan (Allen, 1979)
Because, while Annie Hall will be the first thing shown in Woody’s obituary reel, to me this is his masterpiece.

5. Heat (Mann, 1995)
Because even though it’s too long, it’s stuffed with riches: the coffee shop, the house by the sea, the shootout, the balcony, the perfect marriage of image & music in the final shot.

6. The Thin Red Line (Malick, 1998)
Because of a conversation between Sean Penn and Jim Caviezel: “Do you ever get lonely?” “Only around people.”

7. Rushmore (Anderson, 1998)
Because the whole thing takes place in fall, the late season light lending a fabulous melancholy that both undercuts & enhances the storybook quality.

8. Lost In Translation (Coppola, 2003)
Because of the time in my life to which it brings me back.

9. Sideways (Payne, 2004)
Because of wine that’s tighter than a nun’s asshole. Because of an unpublished novel. Because of getting drunk and going to the dark side. Because of fucking Merlot.

10. Blade Runner: Final Cut (Scott, 1982/2007)
Because, for once, a director went back after 25 years and made a very good movie into a great one.

And if I have room to smuggle an extra in my underwear

10a. The Big Lebowski (Coens, 1998)
Because of this: “They’re not Nazis, Walter, they’re nihilists.” “Nihilists? Jesus. Say what you want about the tenets of National Socialism, at least it’s an ethos.”

Kimberly Walker
The Fall
Local Hero
His Girl Friday
The Secret of Kells
Only Lovers Left Alive
Bugsy Malone
The Man Who Came to Dinner
Hedwig and the Angry Inch

KinMarcus Ferate
1.Wings Of Desire
2.Story Of Rikki (Rikki-Oh!)
3.The 400 Blows
4.Scorpio Rising
5.L’Age D’or
6.Barry Lyndon
8.The Killer (John Woo)
9.Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind
10.La Jetee

Kurt Kerby
Birth (dir. Jonathan Glazer)
May (dir. Lucky McKee)
Once Upon A Time In America (dir. Sergio Leone)
The Passion of Joan of Arc (dir. Carl Dreyer)
The Holy Mountain (dir. Alejandro Jodorowsky)
A Prairie Home Companion (dir. Robert Altman)
The Last Days of Disco (dir. Whit Stilman)
That Thing You Do! (dir. Tom Hanks)
Band of Outsiders (dir. Jean-Luc Godard)
The Dreamers (dir. Bernardo Bertolucci)

Kyle Hargus
1. Badlands
2. Pierrot Le Fou
3. The Long Goodbye
4. Paris, Texas
5. Blue Velvet
6. The French Connection
7. Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid
8. The Apartment
9. George Washington
10. Holy Motors

Kyle Smith
Favorites by decade.

1910s: Les Vampires
1920s: The Crowd
1930s: Ruggles of Red Gap
1940s: Thieves’ Highway
1950s: Ugetsu Monogatari
1960s: Lawrence of Arabia
1970s: Apocalypse Now
1980s: Mad Max 2
1990s: Hard Boiled
2000s: In the Mood for Love

L. Ahlstrom
Dracula (1931)
Repo! The Genetic Opera
Dracula (1992)
The Devil’s Carnival
Beauty and the Beast
The Raven
Robin Hood
King Arthur
The Hobbit

Larry Reid
Blade Runner
Howard the Duck
Ghost World
Blue is the Warmest Color
Desparately Seeking Susan
Something Wild
Godzilla (1954)

Lauren Bricker, Stephen Spencer and Elias Ortega
Young Frankenstein
Princess Bride
Spirited Away
My Neighbor Totoro
Buckaroo Bonzai
Forrest Gump
Lost in Translation
Star Wars

Repo Man
Fantastic Planet
Heavy Metal

Liz and Josh
Buckaroo Banzai
City of the Lost Children
Ghost in the Shell
Wrath of Khan

Lola Rogers
Eight Deadly Shots, Johannes Niskanen
Golddiggers of 1933, Mervyn LeRoy
I Walk the Line, John Frankenheimer
Juha, Aki Kaurismaki
Kiss and Make Up, Harlan Thompson
Lovely and Amazing, Nicole Holofcener
The Mirror, Andrei Tarkovsky
The More the Merrier, George Stevens
The Spirit of the Beehive, Victor Erice
Trilogy of the Sacred and the Satanic, Pirjo Honkasalo

Lorien Gruchalla
Blade Runner
Near Dark
Nightmare Alley
Pretty In Pink
Rock and Roll High School Forever
Streets of Fire
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
The Thin Man
Ja Zuster, Nee Zuster (Yes Nurse, No Nurse)

Maria & Errikos
1. Into the Wild
2. Fight Club
3. Shawshank Redemption
4. Ace Ventura When Nature Calls
5. La Grande Belezza
6. Dallas Buyers Club
7. Lost in Translation
8. The Tree of Life
9. Apocalypse Now
10. The Matrix

Marissa Saenz
The Neverending Story
Hot Fuzz
Kill Bill
Office Space
The Sound of Music
The Royal Tenenbaums
Love Actually
The Lord of the Rings
The Breakfast Club

Mark Cockerham
Blade Runner
Princess Bride
Lord of the Rings
Gaurdians of the Galaxy
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
Big Trouble in Little China
Lost Boys

Mark Fulton
Top Ten Recent Independent Horror Movies—

1. Local God
2. We Are What We Are (remake)
3. House of 100 Eyes
4. Maniac (remake)
5. Last Kind Words
6. Judas Ghost
7. Jug Face
8. The Conspiracy
9. American Mary
10. Found

Matt Keeley/
1. Z Channel: A Magnificent Obsession
2. Funeral Parade of Roses
3. The Dark Backward
4. Love & Pop
5. Save the Green Planet
6. Real Life
7. American Astronaut
8. Mister Freedom
9. World’s Greatest Dad
10. Four Lions

Matthew Alspaugh
Fanny & Alexander
Salo or the 120 Days of Sodom
Two-Lane Blacktop
Mean Girls
The Piano Teacher
Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance
Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters

Megan Burbank
The Royal Tenenbaums
Cleo de 5 a 7
North By Northwest
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
Before Sunset
Frances Ha
Patti Smith: Dream of Life
Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains!

Megan Newman
1) Rear Window
2)Dial M for Murder
3) The Philadelphia Story
4) The Thin Man
5)The Sting
6) Young Frankenstein
7) Adam’s Rib
8) When Harry Met Sally
9) Cinema Paradiso
10) The Godfather

Michael “Chike Echs” Robinson

10. Lilo and Stitch
9. Devil’s Backbone
8. The Dark Knight
7. The Thing (1982)
6. Aliens
5. Blade Runner
4. Se7en
3. Back to the Future
2. The Manuchurian Candidate (1962)
1. The Iron Giant

Michael Peer
Mulholland Dr.
Schindler’s List
Pulp Fiction
Sunset Blvd
La Dolce Vita
2001: A Space Odyssey
Raging Bull
No Country for Old Men
Synecdoche New York

Michael Peskura
Seven Samurai
8 ½
The Wild Bunch
Groundhog Day

Michael Ragen
1. Days of Heaven
2. Possession
3. Come and See
4. A Zed and Two Noughts
5. Brazil
6. The Holy Mountain
7. The Shining
8. Master and Commander
9. Predator
10. Even Dwarves Started Small

Michael Schuler
In Dreams
I Walk Alone
In The Heat of the Night
It’s a Wonderful Life
Being There
From Dusk to Dawn
Outside Your Door
Oh, God!
Stay as You Are

Michele Mancuso
Jeremiah Johnson
Twelve Monkeys
Shawshank Redemption
Back to the Future
Some Like it Hot
La Dolce Vita
Star Wars
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

Mike Redman
1. Anvil, the story of Anvil
2. The Art of the steal
3. Style Wars
4. Dream Deceivers
5. The Devil and Daniel Johnston
6. Mea Maxima Culpa
7. The filth and the fury
8. 80 blocks from Tiffany’s
9. Sample: Not For Sale
10. Anagram

Minor Arcana Press

Our Favorite Literature on Film:

1. Naked Lunch
2. Orlando
3. Howl
4. Fellini Satyricon
5. Titus
6. Dune
7. The Birds
8. The Wizard of Oz
9. Blade Runner
10. The Hunger

Monica Rochester & Bryan Kindley
Holy Mountain (Alejandro Jodorowsky)
Alice (Jan Svankmajer)
Heaven and Earth Magic (Harry Smith)
Susperia (Dario Argento)
Satyricon (Federico Fellini)
Stalker (Andrei Tarkovsky)
The Kingdom (Lars von Trier)
Daisies (Vera Chytilová)
Satan’s Brew (Rainer Werner Fassbinder)
Begotten (E. Elias Merhige)

Monty Ashley
You Can’t Take It With You
His Girl Friday
Sweet Smell of Success
Two-Lane Blacktop
Miami Connection
Dangerous Liaisons
Hard Boiled
Inglourious Basterds

Movie Mike, US Army Retired
Electra Glide In Blue
12 Monkeys
Blood Simple
Caine Mutiny
The Day The Earth Stood Still (1951)
A Fish Called Wanda
Double Indemnity
Lone Star

Neal Stiffelman
Three Colors
Adventures of Antoine Doinel
Seven Samurai
Les Enfants de Paradise
Duck Soup

Ned Thorne
Grave of the Fireflies
The Great Escape
Lawrence of Arabia
Life of Brian
Lord of the Rings (Jackson)
The Plague Dogs
The Princess Bride
Raiders of the Lost Ark

Neil Blanck
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
John Carpenter’s The Thing
The Big Lebowski
Bottle Rocket
Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Kicking and Screaming (Baumbach)
Pulp Fiction
Before Sunrise
Donnie Darko

Nick Davis (of Nick’s Flick Picks)

1. The Piano
2. Persona
3. The Earrings of Madame de…
4. When Harry Met Sally…
5. Andrei Rublev
6. Safe
7. Pinocchio
8. The Ballad of Narayama (’83)
9. Harlan County USA
10. Morvern Callar

Nick Nelson
Sans Soleil (1983)
The Face of Another (1966)
Go Go Second Time Virgin (1969)
Nanami: The Inferno of First Love (1968)
Pastoral: To Die in the Country (1974)
Hara Kiri (1962)
The Terrorizers (1986)
The Wayward Cloud (2005)
A Snake of June (2002)
Vanishing Waves (2012)

Niels Joaquin
1. Boogie Nights
2. Scenes from a Marriage
3. Fanny and Alexander
4. 2001: A Space Odyssey
5. Kill Bill
6. Dogville
7. Rear Window
8. Hannah and Her Sisters
9. The Fire Within
10. Monsieur Verdoux

Noah Crissey

1. Godzilla (1954)
2. An American Werewolf in London
3. Battle Royale
4. The Fly (1986)
5. Trick r’ Treat
6. Kick-Ass
7. Ginger Snaps
8. Chillerama
9. Vampire’s Kiss (1989)
10. Pin (1988)

Paige Kramer
1. Indiana Jones: Raiders of the lost Ark
2. Hot Fuzz
3. Guardians of the Galaxy
4. The Mummy
5. V for Vendetta
6. Spirited Away
7. Shaun of the Dead
8. Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind
9. My Neighbor Totoro
10. Say Anything

Patrick Joynt
Blade Runner
Le Samourai
The Empire Strikes Back
Kiss Me Deadly
Seven Samurai
Fight Club

Patrick Williamson
Lawrence of Arabia
2001: A Space Odyssey
Paris, Texas
Dr. Strangelove
Repo Man
Local Hero
4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days
High & Low

Paul E. Nelson
Curse of The Demon
Night of The Hunter
Burn Witch, Burn (AKA Night of The Eagle)
The Devils
Holy Mountain

Paul N Reinsch
The Appointment (1981)
Be Somebody . . . or Be Somebody’s Fool! (1984)
Black Devil Doll from Hell (1984)
Black Moon Rising (1986)
Bling Bling (2002)
Blood Shack (1971)
Demonwarp (1988)
Green Ice (1981)
Hawk Jones (1986)
Robot Monster (1953)

Peg Achterman
Big Night
LA Confidential
The American President
Jumpin’ Jack Flash
Sound of Music (I know – but it is)
Breaking Away

Peter Calderwood
1. The Fountain (2006)
2. Brazil (1985)
3. Gattaca (1997)
4. The Crow (1994)
5. Winter’s Tale (2014)
6. Blade Runner (1982)
7. eXistenZ (1999)
8. The Sixth Sense (1999)
9. Saving Private Ryan (1998)
10. Last Year at Marienbad (1961)

Peter N
1.The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
2. Apocalypse Now
3. The Assassination of Jesse James
5. Blade Runner
6. Touch of Evil
7. Night of the Hunter
8. The Shining
9. Suspiria
10. No Country for Old Men

Phil Foglio
1. The Rocketeer
2. The Road to El Dorado
3. Phantom of the Paradise
4.The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec
5. The Shadow
6. 99 and 44/100% Dead
7. Lilo & Stitch
8. Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame
9. Kelly’s Heros
10. Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

Pleiades McRae
Nothing Sacred
The Thin Man
The Lion in Winter
Hot Fuzz
Captain America: the Winter Soldier
Sleep With Me
Velvet Goldmine

Rachel Weinkauf
Apocalypse Now
The Third Man
Reservoir Dogs
City of God
Before Sunrise
Un Prophet
World’s Greatest Dad

Randy Reitz
1. What Dreams May Come
2. The Quiet Earth
3. Akira Kurosawa’s Dreams
4. El Mariachi
5. Orlando
6. Jacob’s Ladder
7. 12 Monkeys
8. Night Watch
9. Four Weddings And A Funeral
10. The City of Lost Children

2001 (1968)
Romeo and Juliet (1968)
Doctor Zhivago (1968)
Lawrence of Arabia (1962)
Yojimbo (1961)
Japan’s Longest Day (1967)
Bridge on the River Kwai (1957)
Barry Lyndon (1975)
Doctor Strangelove (1964)
Lord of the Rings (2001)

Rebecca Boone
1. Harold and Maude
2. After Hours
3. Don’t Look Now
4. Lone Star
5. Antonia’s Line
6. Night on Earth
7. The Shop Around The Corner
8. Barton Fink
9. Trust
10. Living in Oblivion

Richard Howell
1. Being John Malkovich
2. Mighty Ducks 3
3. Mighty Ducks 1
4. Might Ducks 2
5. Over The Top
6. Little Giants
7. Bring It On
8. The Sandlot
9. The Cutting Edge
10. Dr. Strangelove

Robert H Lambert
Blade Runner (1982)
The Dark Crystal (1982)
Aliens (1986)
The Shining (1980)
The Big Lebowski (1998)
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)
Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987)
Fish Story (2009)
The Fifth Element (1997)
The Wages of Fear (1953)

Robert Munoz
Empire of the Sun
Cranes are Flying
The Weeping Meadow
Days of Heaven
City of Lost Children
The Third Man
2001 – A Space Odyssey
Sophies’s Choice
Dr. Strangelove

Robert Vasquez
Duck Soup
The Apartment
The Third Man
Pulp Fiction
2001: A Space Odyssey
The Big Lebowski
Stop Making Sense
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
The Night of the Hunter
The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

Robert Vaszari
1.) Wax: The Discovery of Television Among Bees
2.) Conspirators of Pleasure
3.) Begotten
4.) Taxidermia
5.) Stalker
6.) Valerie and Her Week of Wonders
7.) The Tenant
8.) Malpertuis
9.) The Devils
10.) Valley Girl

Ryan Miller
A Bay of Blood (1971)
The Big Lebowski (1998)
A Chinese Ghost Story (1987)
The Descent (2005)
Double Indemnity (1944)
Drunken Master II (1994)
The Goonies (1985)
Sneakers (1992)
The Thing (1982)
Zombi 2 (1979)

Ryan Rosendal
This isn’t a Top Ten Movies list. Rather, a list of cool, underrated flicks that I think you should check out, preferably from Scarecrow Video.

1. Ace in the Hole (dir. Billy Wilder, 1951)
2. Bell, Book and Candle (dir. Richard Quine, 1958)
3. Anatomy of a Murder (dir. Otto Preminger, 1959)
4. Inherit the Wind (dir. Stanley Kramer, 1960)
5. Sleeper (dir. Woody Allen, 1973)
6. Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (dir. Pedro Almodovar, 1988)
7. Only Yesterday (dir. Isao Takahata, 1991)
8. Schizopolis (dir. Steven Soderbergh, 1996)
9. Lake of Fire (dir. Tony Kaye, 2006)
10. Your Highness (dir. David Gordon Green, 2011)

Samuel J. Borgen
The Producers (1968)
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Kung Fu Hustle
Army of Darkness
Yellow Submarine
District 9
The Empire Strikes Back
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
Oldboy (2003)

Sarah and Shawn
The First Nudie Musical
A Chinese Ghost Story
Twitch City
Last Night
Six String Samurai
Dead Alive
A Woman, a Gun and a Noodle Shop
Look Around You

Scott Nye
The New World (Extended Cut)
Barry Lyndon
Lost in Translation
The Young Girls of Rochefort
Trouble in Paradise
Last Year at Marienbad
Joe Versus the Volcano
Wild Strawberries

Scott Saslow
The Blues Brothers
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
Star Wars
Raiders of the Lost Ark

Sean “The” Booth
Bottle Rocket
Funny Games
God Bless America
Mulholland Drive
American Psycho
Battle Royale
Natural Born Killers
We Are What We Are

Sean McBride
A Page of Madness (1926)
Shoot It: Black, Shoot It: Blue (1974)
Ninja Mission (1984)
In the Aftermath (1988)
Hider in the House (1989)
Backtrack (director’s cut) (1990)
Homewrecker (1992)
Ninja Champion (1993)
Nails (1992)
The Fear Inside (1992)

Seattle Finds
Sleepless in Seattle
It Happened at the World’s Fair
Safety Not Guaranteed
Expiration Date
Say Anything
10 Things I Hate About You
Harry and the Hendersons
The Fabulous Baker Boys

Serena A. Mitchell
The Shining
The Dark Knight
Silence of the Lamb
Jurassic Park
Ace Ventura Pet Detective
City of God
Otelo Burning

Seth Broman
1. Empire Strikes Back
2. Raiders of the Lost Ark
3. Aliens
4. Conan the Barbarian
5. Reservoir Dogs
6. Predator
7. Goodfellas
8. The Return of the King
9. Inglourious Basterds
10. The Thing

Shannon Ferns
1.) Barton Fink
2.) Fievel Goes West
3.) Wayne’s World
4.) Millers Crossing
5.) The Big Lebowski
6.) The 5th Element
7.)The Princess Bride
8.)Rear Window
9.) Star Wars Episode VI: Empire Strikes Back
10.) Gone With The Wind

Shaun Swick
In alphabetical order:
The Empire Strikes Back
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Groundhog Day
Monsters, Inc.
North by Northwest
Out of Sight
Synechdoche, New York

Shawn Leeth
Fight Club
Dead Poets Society
Evil Dead 2
The Last Waltz
Blade Runner
Shaun of the Dead

Shelagh Rowan-Legg
Wings of Desire
The Tango Lesson
The Cabinet of Dr Caligari
I Don’t Want to Sleep Alone
The Spirit of the Beehive
All About My Mother
Death of a Cyclist
Lawrence of Arabia

SJ Chiro

1. Wings of Desire
2. Tales From Gimli Hospital
3. Double Indemnity
4. Raging Bull
5. The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
6. This is Spinal Tap
7. Silent Light
8. Orlando
9. Fat Girl
10. Apocalypse Now
Sunset Boulevard
Once Upon a Time in the West
Star Wars
Dial M for Murder
American Graffiti
Apocalypse Now
The Godfather
King Kong
Il Nuovo Cinema Paradiso
Birth of a Nation

Stefanie Malone
Sunset Boulevard
Strangers on a Train
Harlan County, USA
Blood Simple
Touch of Evil
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Duck Soup
The Thin Blue Line

Stephanie Possanza
The Princess Bride
Y Tu Mama Tambien
The Royal Tenenbaums
Masculin Feminin
The Thing
Jurassic Park
Le Jetee
Blade Runner
Urusei Yatsura: Beautiful Dreamer

Stephen Saito
Toto Le Heroes
Tito and Me
Gambit (1966)
Zero Effect
The Promotion
Rocco & His Brothers
A New Leaf
The Best of Youth

Stephen Theodore Bell
Stalker (Tarkovsky)
Sorcerer (Friedkin)
Come and See (Klimov)
Certified Copy (Kiarostami)
Cache (Haneke)
Aguirre, the Wrath of God (Herzog)
Outside Satan (Dumont)
Yi Yi: A One and a Two (Yang)
Lawrence of Arabia (Lean)
Three Colours (Kieslowski)

Stewart McLain
A Clockwork Orange
Profondo Rosso
Grosse Pointe Blank
The Forbidden Zone
Le Dernier Combat
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Stuart Bloomfield
in no particular order…

The Apartment
Kicking & Screaming
United 93
The Lady Eve
Princess Mononoke
The Fabulous Baker Boys
The Fifth Element

Suzanna Fisher
Dead Man’s Shoes
Let the Right One In
Beasts of the Southern Wild
Grand Budapest Hotel
A Clockwork Orange
Baby it’s You

Tassoula E. Kokkoris
Seven Up!
A Hard Day’s Night
Back to the Future
Before Sunrise
Before Sunset
Before Midnight
Heavenly Creatures
Dead Poet’s Society
The Sound of Music
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

TC Kirkham, Subject:CINEMA
The Perks of Being A Wallflower
Wristcutters: A Love Story
Departures (2009)
Blood Brother (2013)
The Beast Pageant
All Is Lost
A Film Unfinished
Lords Of Dogtown
Speed Racer

Terry M. Gammon
Nickelodeon (1976)
jeux d’enfants (2003)
Fucking Amal (1998)
The Trial (1962)
Les Amants du Pont-Neuf (1991)
A Face in the Crowd (1957)
C.R.A.Z.Y. (2005)
Los Olvidados (1950)
3-iron (2004)
A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese through American Pictures (1995)

Thomas J. Dempsey
The Host, dir. Joon-Ho Bong
Summer Wars, dir. Mamoru Hosoda
It’s Such a Beautiful Day (2012, feature length version), dir. Don Hertzfeldt
Who’s Camus, Anyway?, dir. Mitsuo Yanagimachi
Fish Story, dir. Yoshihiro Nakamura
Ninotchka, dir. Ernst Lubitsch
Night of the Demon, Dir. Jacques Tourneur
Harakiri, dir. Masaki Kobayashi
The Taste of Tea, dir. Katsuhito Ishii
Tokyo Godfathers, dir. Satoshi Kon

Tim Clifford
1.) After Hours (dir. Martin Scorsese)
2.) Pulp Fiction (dir. Quentin Tarantino)
3.) Jurassic Park (dir. Steven Spielberg)
4.) Alien (dir. Ridley Scott)
5.) Yojimbo (dir. Akira Kurosawa)
6.) The World’s End (dir. Edgar Wright)
7.) The Matrix (dir. The Wachowski Brothers)
8.) An American Werewolf in London (dir. John Landon)
9.) Body Double (dir. Brian De Palma)
10.) 28 Days Later (dir. Danny Boyle)

Tim Thompson
Seven Chances (1926)
My Darling Clementine (1946)
Fires On The Plane (1959)
The Innocents (1961)
Winter Light (1963)
Scum (1979)
Meet The Feebles (1989)
Dark Days (2000)
Searching for the Wrong-Eyed Jesus (2003)
Vengeance (2009)

Tina Kendall
Spirited Away
Wet Hot American Summer
Silly Symphonies
The Muppets
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Flushed Away
The Wood
Sense and Sensibility

Todd Little
1. Seven Samurai
2. Rashomon
3. Rear Window
4. Citizen Kane
5. Mind Game
6. M
7. Up Series
8. Blade Runner
9. Alien
10. Big Trouble in Little China

Todd Slawsby
Anyway, my Top Ten List is My Top Ten Favorite Films About Los Angeles (not the best, just my favorites!)

1. Sunset Blvd
2. The Player (Altman)
3. The Big Lebowski
4. L.A. Story
5. Heat (Mann)
6. Speed
7. Die Hard
8. Valley Girl
9. Los Angeles Plays Itself
10. Friday (Gray)

Tom Nissley
All the President’s Men
Irma Vep
Raising Arizona
The Manchurian Candidate (1962 of course)
The Return
Sherman’s March
The General
4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days

Tom W Davis III
One for each decade:

Metropolis (1927)
It Happened One Night (1934)
The Third Man (1949)
Shichinin no Samurai (1954)
Dr. Strangelove, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
The Sting (1973)
Arthur (1981)
The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
Frost/Nixon (2008)
Silver Linings Playbook (2012)

Tony Kay
Some of my favorite discoveries at Scarecrow, in no particular order…

1. Tokyo Drifter (dir. Seijun Suzuki, 1966)
2. Umbrellas of Cherbourg (Jacques Demy, 1964)
3. Out of the Past (Jacques Tourneur, 1947)
4. Torso (Sergio Martino, 1974)
5. Goke, Bodysnatcher from Hell (Hajime Sato, 1968)
6. Heavy Traffic (Ralph Bakshi, 1973)
7. Phenomena (Dario Argento, 1985)
8. Stray Dog (Akira Kurosawa, 1949)
9. Wheels on Meals (Sammo Hung, 1984)
10. The Ipcress File ( Sidney J. Furie, 1965)

1. Big Trouble in Little China
2. The Godfather Pt. II
3. Babe
4. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
5. The Jerk
6. Jurassic Park
7. The Royal Tenenbaums
8. The Sting
9. The Muppet Christmas Carol
10. The Thin Red Line

All That Jazz
Lord of the Rings Trilogy
The Matrix (1st one only)
Strangers in Good Company (1990)
The Philadelphia Story (1940)
Spirited Away

Travis Betz
1. Evil Dead 2
2. Eraserhead
3. Little Shop of Horrors (1986)
4. Hard Ticket to Hawaii
5. Bad Boy Bubby
6. Let the Right One In
7. The Tenant
8. Dead Alive
9. An American Werewolf in London
10. Night of the Living Dead (1968)

Tucker Dawes
1. Seven Samurai
2. King Kong (1933)
3. Casablanca
4. M (1931)
5. The Big Parade (1925)
6. The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover
7. The Battle of Algiers
8. Vertigo
9. Sherlock Jr.
10. Daisies (Sedmikrásky)

Tyler Foster
I hate making top tens, so here’s a list of ten films I believe deserve more love. They are in alphabetical order.
1. Bringing Out the Dead (1999) – Hard to think about Scarecrow without thinking of its frequent visitor, the delightful Thelma Schoonmaker, editor for Martin Scorsese for most of his career. She cites this film as one she and Marty were surprised audiences didn’t respond to. It’s a harrowing, delirious, emotionally saturated film with one of Nicolas Cage’s greatest performances.
2. Dave Chappelle’s Block Party (2005) – More than a concert doc, this is a celebration of humanity that, for me, instantly lifts the spirits. Just don’t watch the version with extended music acts, it ruins the pacing.
3. Detention (2011) – Spoofs every high school cliche ever, from prom to body swapping, while also delivering honestly on the same teenage sentiment those films thrive on. Also ruthlessly skewers pop-culture nostalgia, and boasts both a bear planet and a “speed-of-text-message” editing style that makes Scott Pilgrim blush.
4. It’s Such a Beautiful Day (2012) – Everyone remembers Don Hertzfeldt’s Rejected (“My spoon is too big!”), but his magnum opus is this funny, bizarre, three-part nightmare about mental illness, made entirely without the use of computers. Incredibly moving.
5. Only Yesterday (1991) – My favorite Ghibli. A funny, sweet drama about a woman taking a quiet vacation at a relative’s farm, where she reminisces about her childhood.. Not availble in the United States because Disney is afraid of the characters’ talk about periods.
6. The Stunt Man (1980) – A surreal head trip that’s simultaneously creepy and funny, deftly playing with film, film reality, and reality reality until the viewer is sucked into the protagonist’s fever dream.
7. Speed Racer (2008) – The Wachowski’s eye-searing live-action adaptation of the famous anime is one of the most exhilarating sports movies ever made. Takes big, bold, kid-friendly emotional beats and plays them with as much vibrancy and emphasis as the film’s spectacular visuals. Also edited perfectly, weaving back and forth through a complex past-and-present structure with impressive ease.
8. Too Late for Tears (1949) – Lizabeth Scott gets trapped in a downward spiral that packs as many horrified gasps as shocked laughter at the wickedness of its twists and turns. Someday, the Film Noir Foundation’s beautiful restoration will replace public domain discs, but see it either way.
9. Youth of the Beast (1963) and the rest of the films of Seijun Suzuki – Seijun Suzuki is a genius. Saw Youth of the Beast totally by chance and was blown away by its dazzling, breakneck 1960s cool. Of course, Scarecrow has a Suzuki section. That’s why I love them.
10. Zorro (1975) – The same guy who starred in Le Samourai, Alain Delon, also played Zorro in a film previously doomed to the public domain. Recently, a Blu-ray came out with the complete cut, including a fantastic final swordfight. Anticipate the theme song sticking in your head for weeks.

Vanessa Jacob
1. My Neighbor Totoro
2. Aladdin
3. Hook
4. Spirited Away
5. Howl’s Moving Castle
6. Amelie
7. Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind
8. The Taste of Tea
9. Wet Hot American Summer
10. Cry-baby

The first random 10 I could think of:

Branded To Kill
The Third Man
The Long Goodbye
Exterminating Angel
The Lady Eve
A Short Film About Love
8 ½
Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday

Wiley Wiggins
The Devils
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)
The Brood
Fantastic Planet
Andrei Rubalev
Woman in the Dunes
The Birds
Aguirre: The Wrath of God

Will Cadra
1. Starship Troopers
2. Boogie Nights
3. True Romance
4. American Psycho
5. Army of Darkness
6. Super
7. Creature from the Black Lagoon
8. Terminator 2: Judgement Day
9. Detention
10. Dr. Strangelove

Will Harvey
1. Children of Paradise (Carne, 1945)
2. 2001: A Space Odyssey (Kubrick, 1968)
3. Nights of Cabiria (Fellini, 1957)
4. Lawrence of Arabia (Lean, 1962)
5. Persona (Bergman, 1966)
6. Sunrise (Murnau, 1927)
7. High and Low (Kurosawa, 1963)
8. Close-Up (Kiarostami, 1990)
9. Sullivan’s Travels (Sturges, 1941)
10. The Night of the Hunter (Laughton, 1955)

Will Mann
1) The Silence of the Lambs
2) A Clockwork Orange
3) The Graduate
4) Almost Famous
5) The Road Warrior
6) Labyrinth
7) Wet Hot American Summer
8) Troll 2
9) Sleepers (in memory of Uncle Mikey, R.I.P.)
10) The Hunt for Red October (in memory of Pastor Cheryl, R.I.P.)

Zach Robinson
The Shawshank Redemption
Life Is Beautiful
Blade Runner
Before Sunrise
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
Grave of the Fireflies
City of Lost Children
The Matrix

Zack Carlson
Suburbia (1983)
Nothing Lasts Forever
The Monster Squad
The World’s Greatest Sinner
The Love God (1969)
The Apartment (1960)
The Miracle of Morgan’s Creek
Class of 1984
Point Blank (1968)
Sleepaway Camp


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