Part three of my Top 100 Movies of All-Time is here!
At Number 80: The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre is an enduring tale of greed and gold and how it can turn friends against one another. Humphrey Bogart is at his best as the insane Fred Dobbs, which is my personal favorite performance from the great actor in one of his most underrated roles. There is an indescribably timeless quality about The Treasure of the Sierra Madre that makes it hold up after all these years film.
At Number 79: Goldfinger
While Goldfinger might not necessarily be a truly “great film,” it is a lot of fun and has been one of my favorites since I was a kid. Goldfinger is the quintessential Bond flick that introduced so many aspects of Bond that would be used for many years to come. Also, it is a great action movie that still holds up well today.
Goldfinger (3rd Bond Film) Review.
At Number 78: Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa
At Number 77: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is the type of movie that will only appeal to a very select group of viewers. If you like classic video games, anime, comic books, and Edgar Wright, you will likely enjoy the film's unique style. If not, there is little for you to like, and I can completely understand why you may dislike or even hate the film. That being said, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is the closest thing I have seen to a live-action version of anime, even though it is not actually based off an anime or traditional manga. Sure, the plot can be illogical at times, but it is the movie's humor, references, and video game like feel and visual style that sets it apart from the rest.
At Number 76: Kara no Kyōkai: 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6
At Number 75: Hot Fuzz
At Number 74: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
Who knew that a movie based on a Disney world ride could be so much fun! But Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl definitely succeeded against all odds. Johnny Depp stole every scene as the always entertaining Captain Jack Sparrow. He even managed to plunder a nomination for Best Actor at the Oscars for his now iconic role. Even though Depp continues to play basically the same character in every movie, the Curse of the Black Pearl is unforgettably fun and entertaining. Not since The Adventures of Robin Hood has a film been packed with this much swashbuckling action adventure, savvy?
At Number 73: Wolf Children
At Number 72: The Godfather
At Number 71: Braveheart
Please check back tomorrow for my review of The Godfather, and depending when I finally get to watch and review X-Men: Days of Future and How to Train Your Dragon 2, my review of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and Hot Fuzz.will be coming either this week or the next.
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