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Gene Hackman Alan Arkin Al Pacino Dick Van Dyke William Shatner Jack Nicholson This is tough since a lot of them are really close, but I'll take my best shot at it. 1. Fight Club 2. The Matrix 3. Inception 4. The Shawshank Redemption 5. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring 6. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 7. Pulp Fiction 8. The Godfather 9. Forrest Gump 10. The Dark Knight The Hidden Face (2011) is the most egregious instance of this that I’ve seen. Luckily I caught the warning and avoided watching it before I saw the movie. Molly's Game: 7/10 Facing the Giants: 7/10 The Lodge: 8/10 My Neighbor Totoro: 7/10 The Secret World of Arrietty (2010) - It was pretty good, not quite up to the standard of most of the other Studio Ghibli movies I've seen so far. (7/10) Ponyo (2008) - Very good and imaginative. Definitely an enjoyable watch. (8/10) Porco Rosso (1992) - Good story and interesting, there was one part at the end that brought it down for me. (7/10) Gone with the Wind (1939) - Thought it was very good. Now officially the longest movie I've ever seen. Thought a lot of the characters were pretty interesting. (8/10) Double Indemnity (1944) - I know this is popular, but it was a big disappointment to me. I honestly found it to be quite boring. (6/10) In the Name of the Father (1993) - Hadn't heard of this movie until recently. It was really good. It gets more interesting as it goes on. (8/10) When everyone else is the problem, maybe it’s time for you to look in the mirror. I’ve seen every movie Quentin Tarantino and Christopher Nolan have made, and there isn’t a single one that I would consider bad. But I don’t think they get a pass at all. I see people criticizing them all the time and saying their movies suck. Dunkirk, Interstellar, and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood in particular get tons of hate. J.K. Rowling has said herself that it’s for all ages. I strongly disagree that they’re for kids only. There are a lot of mature themes in them. View all replies >