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The 206 movies you must see to work with Steven Spielberg

Aug. 1, 2011by: Paul Tassi

UPDATE - Some people who have worked with Spielberg claim this list is bogus...

This certainly qualifies as a strange news item of the day, but one that's rather interesting. This is currently being circulated on Twitter, and comes in via Nate Winslow. He claims that it's a list of 206 movies unofficially referred to as the "Spielberg Curriculum" that all filmmakers must see if they want to work with him.

The list is full of a great many classic films, but also some extremely obscure ones. Yes, most filmmakers have probably seen 12 ANGRY MEN and THE GODFATHER, but Winslow estimates that many young up and comers probably haven't seen anywhere close to the whole list. He says he'd be shocked if they'd seen 30 of them, but that's kind of BS because I've seen about 40+, and I'm far from an aspiring filmmaker.

You can check the whole thing out here in a Google Doc if you want. How many have you gotten through? With how many movie fans out there, I bet we have some fans out there that have a pretty decent percentage completed.

It's entirely possible this list might not in any way be related to Spielberg (I'm surprised there isn't more sci-fi), as it's going to be tough to get confirmation, but it's sure not a bad list to have if you want to expand your knowledge of film.

Extra Tidbit: I'm calling bullshit on Michael Bay having seen even a quarter of these.
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6:48PM on 08/03/2011

Doubt it

I seen 46 of these movies. Not too shabby. But wasn't Britney Spears in a movie with SS? lol just a cameo, but still. I doubt she has seen 2 of them
I seen 46 of these movies. Not too shabby. But wasn't Britney Spears in a movie with SS? lol just a cameo, but still. I doubt she has seen 2 of them
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2:36PM on 08/02/2011

Even though this list is completely fake......

I've seen about 115 of them. You can watch the majority of these on TCM.
I've seen about 115 of them. You can watch the majority of these on TCM.
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2:30PM on 08/02/2011

I've seen 54 of them...

Lot of heard of/wanna see them movies.
This is really a good list! Not a 'must-see' list for anyone but a well recomended!
Lot of heard of/wanna see them movies.
This is really a good list! Not a 'must-see' list for anyone but a well recomended!
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2:28PM on 08/02/2011
27 for me. All the Hitchcock I've watched in the last year helped boost my total a bit.
27 for me. All the Hitchcock I've watched in the last year helped boost my total a bit.
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12:40PM on 08/02/2011

About 1/4 of those movies are movies worth watching.

The rest are movies that pretentious film students want you to believe that you have to have seen to make movies.
C'mon, Battleship Potemkin should have been the first warning sign. Plus I doubt Spielberg would put one of his own movies on the list and then NOT put Schindler's List.
The rest are movies that pretentious film students want you to believe that you have to have seen to make movies.
C'mon, Battleship Potemkin should have been the first warning sign. Plus I doubt Spielberg would put one of his own movies on the list and then NOT put Schindler's List.
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10:21AM on 08/02/2011
As a big movie fan, I am a little embarrassed to admit I've only seen about 22 of those on the list. I need to get to work ASAP. Not that the list is really from Spielberg, but there are a lot of "must sees" on there
As a big movie fan, I am a little embarrassed to admit I've only seen about 22 of those on the list. I need to get to work ASAP. Not that the list is really from Spielberg, but there are a lot of "must sees" on there
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8:23AM on 08/02/2011
Logline: When an anti-cinematic dictator starts rounding up films and burning them, a filmmaker compiles a list of 206 films to save by giving them space to hide in his home theater.
Logline: When an anti-cinematic dictator starts rounding up films and burning them, a filmmaker compiles a list of 206 films to save by giving them space to hide in his home theater.
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7:02AM on 08/02/2011

56

I've seen 56 of them...surprising, considering the number of old obscurities on that list.

A bit pretentious of Spielberg though, isn't this?
I've seen 56 of them...surprising, considering the number of old obscurities on that list.

A bit pretentious of Spielberg though, isn't this?
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4:07AM on 08/02/2011

It's bogus.

Edgar Wright, who worked on the Tintin film and forthcoming sequels, roundly dismissed it on his twitter. This morning he wrote "That list? Fake."
Edgar Wright, who worked on the Tintin film and forthcoming sequels, roundly dismissed it on his twitter. This morning he wrote "That list? Fake."
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4:02AM on 08/02/2011

Whatever

Got to be bogus. Unless I missed it, only one Kurosawa (when Spielberg is known to be a huge fan!). Close Encounters is his only listed film of his own on there, yet what may be his most personal and important film Schindler's List isn't?

Then, it seems Spielberg has a huge hard on for Brando flix. The Brandon Mutiny on the Bounty is good, but it's not quite as good as the original with Clark Gable, nor in my opinion as intense as the Mel Gibson version.

I just don't buy it... but for
Got to be bogus. Unless I missed it, only one Kurosawa (when Spielberg is known to be a huge fan!). Close Encounters is his only listed film of his own on there, yet what may be his most personal and important film Schindler's List isn't?

Then, it seems Spielberg has a huge hard on for Brando flix. The Brandon Mutiny on the Bounty is good, but it's not quite as good as the original with Clark Gable, nor in my opinion as intense as the Mel Gibson version.

I just don't buy it... but for the record, I was around 52... seen parts of maybe 20 more, but I had to see it from beginning to end to count it.

Plus, almost almost no silent film love. It's just not real, but it's a solid list.
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1:31AM on 08/02/2011
I have a list similar to this.
It's a list of sex moves any aspiring tart needs to have down to a T in order to work my junk.
My current number one is something I call an 'Arizona Juicebox'
I have a list similar to this.
It's a list of sex moves any aspiring tart needs to have down to a T in order to work my junk.
My current number one is something I call an 'Arizona Juicebox'
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12:18AM on 08/02/2011

damn

I've only seen 32 of them and I'm currently in Film School haha
I've only seen 32 of them and I'm currently in Film School haha
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11:24PM on 08/01/2011

45 baby, YEAH!

Almost forgot I saw The Grapes Of Wrath almost 10 years ago.
Almost forgot I saw The Grapes Of Wrath almost 10 years ago.
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10:56PM on 08/01/2011
from a quite read, I have 21 :/
from a quite read, I have 21 :/
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10:31PM on 08/01/2011

Whoa!

I've only seen 10 of those movies, half of those I only saw because of school, like Mississippi Burning and Citizen Kane.
I've only seen 10 of those movies, half of those I only saw because of school, like Mississippi Burning and Citizen Kane.
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10:13PM on 08/01/2011
Don't worry. If you haven't seen many of the movies on this list, It doesn't make you any less of a movie fan. You can still have a great movie experience without knowing all of the inspirations of a famous and influential director. You can still have a interesting opinion about movies even if you don't have a great wealth of past film knowledge.

It is neat to see this list though.
Don't worry. If you haven't seen many of the movies on this list, It doesn't make you any less of a movie fan. You can still have a great movie experience without knowing all of the inspirations of a famous and influential director. You can still have a interesting opinion about movies even if you don't have a great wealth of past film knowledge.

It is neat to see this list though.
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9:53PM on 08/01/2011
Brundlefly represent!

legit or not, it's still a great list of classics anyone should check out.
Brundlefly represent!

legit or not, it's still a great list of classics anyone should check out.
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9:19PM on 08/01/2011
I've seen 10. I'm so shameful.
I've seen 10. I'm so shameful.
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8:39PM on 08/01/2011
Im not too bad at 92. I admit, I've watched a ton of these movies (especially the really really old classics) just to say that I've seen them. And it's not all that easy! Sitting through the original uncut version of "Metropolis" is a very difficult thing to do. It would be a pretty tough challenge to sit through all of these...
Im not too bad at 92. I admit, I've watched a ton of these movies (especially the really really old classics) just to say that I've seen them. And it's not all that easy! Sitting through the original uncut version of "Metropolis" is a very difficult thing to do. It would be a pretty tough challenge to sit through all of these...
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8:27PM on 08/01/2011
My taste in movies must suck cuz i have only seen 23 of the on that list. Wonder how many Michael Bay has seen considering Speilberg has produced all 3 Transformers films.
My taste in movies must suck cuz i have only seen 23 of the on that list. Wonder how many Michael Bay has seen considering Speilberg has produced all 3 Transformers films.
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7:49PM on 08/01/2011
The only movie on this list I've seen is Star Wars... I really need to catch up on classics one day!
The only movie on this list I've seen is Star Wars... I really need to catch up on classics one day!
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7:49PM on 08/01/2011

203 out of 206

I've seen all but three: Al Capone, because I can't remember if I saw it or not; Indiscretion of an American Wife, because I haven't found a print worth looking at; and Signal Seven, because I never heard of it till today. Not a bad list, and it's got Soldier in the Rain on it, which makes it quirky. BTW, Kurosawa is definitely represented, by Seven Samurai.
I've seen all but three: Al Capone, because I can't remember if I saw it or not; Indiscretion of an American Wife, because I haven't found a print worth looking at; and Signal Seven, because I never heard of it till today. Not a bad list, and it's got Soldier in the Rain on it, which makes it quirky. BTW, Kurosawa is definitely represented, by Seven Samurai.
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7:07PM on 08/01/2011

Well That Sucks

I have only seen 164 of them. Guess my dream of working with Spielberg will have to wait.
I have only seen 164 of them. Guess my dream of working with Spielberg will have to wait.
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7:07PM on 08/01/2011

I stopped counting at 65, but a lot I don't know

Very cool. I wonder how many people he's worked with have actually seen every single one of those films. I've seen a ton of films but some you just can't find. Looking forward to "War Horse" I hear Oscar noms. For Cinematography at the least, plus score, it's John Williams, C'mon!
Very cool. I wonder how many people he's worked with have actually seen every single one of those films. I've seen a ton of films but some you just can't find. Looking forward to "War Horse" I hear Oscar noms. For Cinematography at the least, plus score, it's John Williams, C'mon!
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7:03PM on 08/01/2011
I've seen about a quarter of them maybe I could just bring him coffee.
I've seen about a quarter of them maybe I could just bring him coffee.
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6:55PM on 08/01/2011

Oh well.

I saw 9 of them. There goes my career as Spielberg's cup holder.
I saw 9 of them. There goes my career as Spielberg's cup holder.
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6:53PM on 08/01/2011
I've seen 108 of those. More if he counted the remakes of some.
I've seen 108 of those. More if he counted the remakes of some.
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6:49PM on 08/01/2011
Jaws is a great film and I really like Saving Private Ryan, but I... I really just feel the need to say Spielberg is a quim.
Jaws is a great film and I really like Saving Private Ryan, but I... I really just feel the need to say Spielberg is a quim.
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6:37PM on 08/01/2011

Meh

I've seen 86 and I haven't been impressed with every single one. These reeks of bullshit to me.
I've seen 86 and I haven't been impressed with every single one. These reeks of bullshit to me.
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6:32PM on 08/01/2011
lol so even if you haven't seen a SINGLE movie in the past 20 years, that's not a problem for Spielberg, but missing The Big Chill is NOT ok?
lol so even if you haven't seen a SINGLE movie in the past 20 years, that's not a problem for Spielberg, but missing The Big Chill is NOT ok?
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6:31PM on 08/01/2011
I stopped counting around 120. I'm not an aspiring film maker, it's just my parents liked a lot of classic movies. Plus it didn't hurt that I took a few "film appreciation" classes in college to pad out my units. Basically we sat around and watched these movies in the school theater and then discussed the running themes in them.
I can see this being real, because only a real old-school director that doesn't make good movies anymore would require people to jump through hoops like this just for
I stopped counting around 120. I'm not an aspiring film maker, it's just my parents liked a lot of classic movies. Plus it didn't hurt that I took a few "film appreciation" classes in college to pad out my units. Basically we sat around and watched these movies in the school theater and then discussed the running themes in them.
I can see this being real, because only a real old-school director that doesn't make good movies anymore would require people to jump through hoops like this just for the chance to lick his balls.
Actually, I take that back. A lot of the movies on this list pioneered some aspect of film in one way or another. Something that any film maker should have learned about in school. For example, Citizen Kane. It's a boring movie to us now, but back then it was groundbreaking because it introduced camera movement and pans and dissolves, things that we take for granted in today's movies. Before Kane, cameras were locked down like an audience member watching a stage play.
So if you don't learn film history, you can't appreciate it and more importantly you can't be instrumental in changing it either.
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6:28PM on 08/01/2011
Ive seen about 20 of them and 75% of that list I could give a shit about seeing.
Ive seen about 20 of them and 75% of that list I could give a shit about seeing.
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6:23PM on 08/01/2011
Seen 52 movies on that list from start to finish, and some of the ones I haven't seen are embarrassing to admit. Lets just say I'm sorely lacking in my knowledge of early Scorsese.
Seen 52 movies on that list from start to finish, and some of the ones I haven't seen are embarrassing to admit. Lets just say I'm sorely lacking in my knowledge of early Scorsese.
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6:03PM on 08/01/2011
42 down and none to go. Where is Christmas Vacation and Airplane?
42 down and none to go. Where is Christmas Vacation and Airplane?
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6:02PM on 08/01/2011

But he has worked with Michael Bay?!

I doubt Bay has seen at least half of those movies. This has to be fake!
I doubt Bay has seen at least half of those movies. This has to be fake!
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5:52PM on 08/01/2011
I've seen bits and pieces of about 90% of them, but there's about 64 that I genuinely enjoy and watch over and over. Not sure seeing all these are required before one can become a good filmmaker, but they couldn't hurt either.
I've seen bits and pieces of about 90% of them, but there's about 64 that I genuinely enjoy and watch over and over. Not sure seeing all these are required before one can become a good filmmaker, but they couldn't hurt either.
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5:52PM on 08/01/2011
I've only seen 25 of these films and guess what? I'm an aspiring filmmaker! So I guess that means I can never be one if I haven't seen all of these right? That's the biggest load of bs I've ever heard. Just because you haven't seen most of these old boring movies doesn't mean you can't become a great filmmaker.
I've only seen 25 of these films and guess what? I'm an aspiring filmmaker! So I guess that means I can never be one if I haven't seen all of these right? That's the biggest load of bs I've ever heard. Just because you haven't seen most of these old boring movies doesn't mean you can't become a great filmmaker.
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5:29PM on 08/01/2011

Really

It is an interesting list, although I think the story behind it is fake.

I am just wondering: How can somebody (among the strikeback) on a site for filmfans say he has just seen around 10-20 of these? And not having desire to see much more?
I have seen around 150 of these and this is FAR from enough in my opinion. I WISH I had seen more
It is an interesting list, although I think the story behind it is fake.

I am just wondering: How can somebody (among the strikeback) on a site for filmfans say he has just seen around 10-20 of these? And not having desire to see much more?
I have seen around 150 of these and this is FAR from enough in my opinion. I WISH I had seen more
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9:03PM on 08/01/2011
Are you Movie Murph?
Are you Movie Murph?
5:26PM on 08/01/2011

39 down...

Not too shabby.
Not too shabby.
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5:04PM on 08/01/2011

WTF?

WHY isn't Ernest Goes to Camp on here? Jim Varney's performance was up there with DeNiro's in Raging Bull!
WHY isn't Ernest Goes to Camp on here? Jim Varney's performance was up there with DeNiro's in Raging Bull!
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4:53PM on 08/01/2011
71 films... by comparison I didn't do too bad
71 films... by comparison I didn't do too bad
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4:46PM on 08/01/2011

The Shining

Not on the list and Spielberg has stated many times that after hating it early on it has become one of his all time favorite films.

Also, while on the subject of Kubrick, the fact that Dr. Strangelove isn't on this list, proves beyond a reasonable doubt that this list sucks.
Not on the list and Spielberg has stated many times that after hating it early on it has become one of his all time favorite films.

Also, while on the subject of Kubrick, the fact that Dr. Strangelove isn't on this list, proves beyond a reasonable doubt that this list sucks.
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4:42PM on 08/01/2011
I'm not even gonna say how many of these I've seen cause it's pretty damn embarrassing lol
I'm not even gonna say how many of these I've seen cause it's pretty damn embarrassing lol
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4:39PM on 08/01/2011

Really?

I've seen 42 of these and all I have to say is: Godfather III, really? over movies like Goodfellas, Ben-Hur, Empire Strikes Back, Back to the Future, Silence of the Lambs, The Shinning

And how nice of Spielberg to point out the ones that are on Netflix instant watch!

Bogus!
I've seen 42 of these and all I have to say is: Godfather III, really? over movies like Goodfellas, Ben-Hur, Empire Strikes Back, Back to the Future, Silence of the Lambs, The Shinning

And how nice of Spielberg to point out the ones that are on Netflix instant watch!

Bogus!
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4:38PM on 08/01/2011
I've seen a grand total of 22 of those movies. Shameful of me, I know. But I doubt this is true too though.
I've seen a grand total of 22 of those movies. Shameful of me, I know. But I doubt this is true too though.
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4:35PM on 08/01/2011

Nice list

1. who is Nate Winslow? What credibility does he have? Should we really care before Spielberg himself says anything?

2. 39/206 for me

3. CHALLENGE ACCEPTED!! i have a small list of films i need to see (many included on the Spielberg list) after i finish that i think ill work on this (or the imdb top 250)
1. who is Nate Winslow? What credibility does he have? Should we really care before Spielberg himself says anything?

2. 39/206 for me

3. CHALLENGE ACCEPTED!! i have a small list of films i need to see (many included on the Spielberg list) after i finish that i think ill work on this (or the imdb top 250)
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4:33PM on 08/01/2011
Surprisingly, I've actually seen every film on the list, but then again, I'm a film watching nutcase and my dad raised me watching old, obscure films.

*Actually, I take it back, I've never seen Bell De Jour.
Surprisingly, I've actually seen every film on the list, but then again, I'm a film watching nutcase and my dad raised me watching old, obscure films.

*Actually, I take it back, I've never seen Bell De Jour.
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4:33PM on 08/01/2011
I doubt Spielberg is so full of shit that he would require anyone to watch any of these movies. I believe he's too smart to limit himself so drastically. Just because someone hasn't seen these movies, doesn't mean they can't create something brilliant that Spielberg would want to be a part of.
I doubt Spielberg is so full of shit that he would require anyone to watch any of these movies. I believe he's too smart to limit himself so drastically. Just because someone hasn't seen these movies, doesn't mean they can't create something brilliant that Spielberg would want to be a part of.
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4:29PM on 08/01/2011
I doubt Spielberg is self absorbed enough to put his own movies on this list, calling shenanigans. And I agree with bmcapers, names like Kurosawa, one of the greatest filmmakers of our time, are missing from this list
I doubt Spielberg is self absorbed enough to put his own movies on this list, calling shenanigans. And I agree with bmcapers, names like Kurosawa, one of the greatest filmmakers of our time, are missing from this list
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4:27PM on 08/01/2011

I just find it funny...

That he would require people to watch his own film Close Encounters. Makes me doubt the validity of this list. That being said, I've only seen 15 of these. Shit, I need to watch some more films.
That he would require people to watch his own film Close Encounters. Makes me doubt the validity of this list. That being said, I've only seen 15 of these. Shit, I need to watch some more films.
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4:19PM on 08/01/2011
Surprised there's nothing from the last 20 years on the list, its mainly older films. Maybe he's trying to draw attention to older films, which is good, but those films are harder to come by. I'm bad about renting older classic films in favor of newer releases. But this list seems fake b/c Spielberg listed one of his own movies (CEOTTK). I find it hard to believe if he was going to put only one of his movies on the list he wouldn't choose Schindler's List, Saving Private Ryan, ET, Jaws, or even
Surprised there's nothing from the last 20 years on the list, its mainly older films. Maybe he's trying to draw attention to older films, which is good, but those films are harder to come by. I'm bad about renting older classic films in favor of newer releases. But this list seems fake b/c Spielberg listed one of his own movies (CEOTTK). I find it hard to believe if he was going to put only one of his movies on the list he wouldn't choose Schindler's List, Saving Private Ryan, ET, Jaws, or even Jurassic Park.
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4:16PM on 08/01/2011

12

I've only seen 12 of those movies, but honestly, there are only 12 more on the same list I have any desire of seeing.

Plus, ElderPredator listed plenty of movies better than some of the twelve i've seen from this list. Highly doubt this list has any merit.
I've only seen 12 of those movies, but honestly, there are only 12 more on the same list I have any desire of seeing.

Plus, ElderPredator listed plenty of movies better than some of the twelve i've seen from this list. Highly doubt this list has any merit.
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4:16PM on 08/01/2011
No AKIRA KUROSAWA???

This list is bogus.
No AKIRA KUROSAWA???

This list is bogus.
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4:35PM on 08/01/2011
Well, Seven Samurai is the most obvious choice, but it still counts.
Well, Seven Samurai is the most obvious choice, but it still counts.
4:10PM on 08/01/2011
I've seen 44. Pretty sure Marlon Brando was in 100 of these movies.
I've seen 44. Pretty sure Marlon Brando was in 100 of these movies.
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4:10PM on 08/01/2011
Good list i counted 53 ive seen :) but i am going to make it my duty to make sure ive seen everyone!
Good list i counted 53 ive seen :) but i am going to make it my duty to make sure ive seen everyone!
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4:09PM on 08/01/2011
The lack of names like Blade Runner, Alien, Glengarry Glen Ross, Jaws, Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Rocky, The Good, the Bad & The Ugly, Memento, Naked and many others while Scarface makes it seriously calls this list into question.
The lack of names like Blade Runner, Alien, Glengarry Glen Ross, Jaws, Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Rocky, The Good, the Bad & The Ugly, Memento, Naked and many others while Scarface makes it seriously calls this list into question.
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4:07PM on 08/01/2011

cool

I am no aspiring filmmaker, just a cinephile. I have seen 106 of them, so not too bad.
I am no aspiring filmmaker, just a cinephile. I have seen 106 of them, so not too bad.
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3:59PM on 08/01/2011

I'm an aspiring filmmaker...

And I've only seen 35 of the movies on that list. And to be honest, I don't give a shit. I seriously doubt Spielberg requires anyone to see all these films to understand it.
And I've only seen 35 of the movies on that list. And to be honest, I don't give a shit. I seriously doubt Spielberg requires anyone to see all these films to understand it.
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