Spoiler: The rest of my list 1. In the Heat of the Night (A) 2. The Passion of Joan of Arc (B) 3. The Passion of the Christ (A) 4. Mamma Mia! (B) 5. All About Eve (A) 6. Looking for Anne (B-) 7. 2001: A Space Odyssey (B+) 8. The King's Speech (A) 9. How Green Was My Valley (B-) 10. Black Swan (B+) 11. Made in Dagenham (B) 12. Gentleman's Agreement (A-) 13. Barney's Version (A-) 14. Out of Africa (B) 15. The Social Network (A-) 16. The Sound of Music (B+) 17. Pulp Fiction (A) 18. Forrest Gump (A) 19. The Shawshank Redemption (A+) 20. The Illusionist (B) 21. The French Connection (B+) 22. Network (A+) 23. Incendies (A+) 24. Mrs. Miniver (A) 25. A Fistful of Dollars (B+) 26. For A Few Dollars More (B) 27. WALL-E (A+) 28. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (A) 29. The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (B) 30. Gigi (B-) 31. I Love You Phillip Morris (B+) 32. How To Train Your Dragon (A) 33. Tarzan (B+) 34. Oliver! (B+) 35. Gosford Park (A-) 36. The Princess Bride (B+) 37. All the President's Men (A-) 38. Oliver Twist (B+) 39. My Fair Lady (A+) 40. Hanna (A-) 41. The Godfather (A+) 42. The Godfather: Part II (A+) 43. The Godfather: Part III (A-) 44. Dog Day Afternoon (A) 45. Taxi Driver (A-) 46. Great Expectations (B+) 47. The Last Airbender (D-) 48. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1 (A+) 49. Raging Bull (B+) Aww yeah, let's gore those sacred cows. To be honest, I agonized a little over this one, because everyone seems to love it, but ultimately there's no point bumping it up to meet other people's expectations. This was a weird one, because I could appreciate the craft; De Niro's performance is great, and you can see why his physical transformation was so influential. But...I just felt nothing while watching it. I wasn't invested in any of the characters, I didn't care what became of any of them. I held off on posting this review until I'd watched GoodFellas, in the hopes of being able to praise that more. Speaking of which: 50. GoodFellas (A) The third of Scorsese's most-hyped trinity. I've quite enjoyed Scorsese's various more contemporary films that I've seen, so I'm surprised I didn't enjoy these older ones more, given their reputations. I would say this is the best of the three. I didn't have any issues with the narrative resolution, as with Taxi Driver, and I thought the story was a lot more involving than Raging Bull. I might have ranked it higher if it had a different lead actor - I don't entirely know why, but Ray Liotta kind of bugs me. Particularly when he laughs, it just looks so fake. I do like the pointedly unredemptive ending; our "hero" doesn't really learn anything (particularly if you keep his subsequent history in mind), he just saves his own skin and complains about it. Enjoyably unsentimental.