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    Re: Top 10 Favorite Movies From or About the 60's

    ABOUT THE 60's

    American Graffiti
    JFK
    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
    Rosemary's Baby
    The Deer Hunter
    Apollo 13
    The Graduate
    Midnight Cowboy
    In the Heat of the Night
    Easy Rider

    MADE IN THE 60's

    Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid
    The Great Escape
    The Magnificent Seven
    Once Upon a Time in the West
    The Manchurian Candidate
    A Hard Days Night
    Bullitt
    Charade
    Zulu
    The Thomas Crown Affair

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    Re: Top 10 Favorite Movies From or About the 60's

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    One of my all time fav subjects .

    I am desperately not knocking all of these essentially American films for the sake of argument -- with a few British ones thrown in .
    I have seen all of them and there are a few great ones in the several lists . Not many , but more than two .

    If you really love film , look at Italian neo - realism and then the amazing Italian and French New Waves .

    Incomparably superior and by a huge distance .Nothing to do with personal taste or judgement . Just like a comparison report between a lovely Mini and a sublime Rolls Royce .

    The Polish cinema was also amazing at the same time , albeit on a smaller scale .

    I am assured that Japanese cinema produced all time masterpieces and that Indian and Iranian cinema has much to commend . Unfortunately my knowledge in these last three named areas is poor .

    In simple terms Hollywood and even US independents followed the money bits from within the New Wave cinema .

    The French and Italian cinema movement was and remains so much better in every respect .
    I cannot overstate my implicit recommendation . Chalk and Cheese gives a strong hint .

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