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The biggest movie from my childhood is Flickchart’s 145th best movie of all time.
My second 80’s film is a freaking masterpiece, an 80’s masterpiece. It’s also Flickchart’s 445th best movie of all time.
Bob Fosse’s Cabaret is one of my favorite musicals and Flickchart’s 690th best movie of all time.
I finally tackled a movie I have been dying to see for years, Flickchart’s 63rd best movie of all time: Persona.
My second film from the 1950’s in this challenge is Flickchart’s 47th best movie of all time.
My third Hitchcock film already in this challenge is Flickchart’s 593rd best movie of all time.
My favorite film from Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers is Flickchart’s 799th best movie of all time.
My very first Buster Keaton film is Flickchart’s 475th best movie of all time.
The Nice Guys just came out last year and still managed a respectable #808 on the Flickchart global chart.
Into the new millennium with Gore Verbinski’s Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. The first film in the series is Flickchart’s 471st best movie of all time.
My first foray into the 90’s is the Coen brothers’ third film, Miller’s Crossing. It is Flickchart’s 196th best movie of all time.
Movie number seven for this challenge is the world’s best mockumentary, This Is Spinal Tap (1984). It’s Flickchart’s 246th best movie of all time. Spoiler: I LOVE this movie.