Tuesday, May 1, 2007

Top 25

Arts and Faith just released their Top 25 Films of all Time:

Ordet (6.85, 37 votes)
Le Fils (6.51, 38 votes)
The Miracle Maker (6.47, 41 votes)
The Gospel According to Matthew (6.35, 63 votes)
The Diary of a Country Priest (6.3, 55 votes)
The Passion of Joan of Arc (6.3, 62 votes)
The Decalogue (6.26, 79 votes)
Babette's Feast (6.16, 88 votes)
A Man Escaped (6.12, 35 votes)
Andrei Rublev (6.09, 45 votes)
Balthazar (6.07, 48 votes)
The Seventh Seal (6.02, 80 votes)
Ikiru (6.01, 56 votes)
Winter Light (6, 30 votes)
The Mission (5.99, 106 votes)
The Apostle (5.99, 111 votes)
Three Colors Trilogy (5.99, 76 votes)
Jesus of Nazareth (5.98, 74 votes)
Jesus of Montreal (5.93, 57 votes)
The Flowers of St. Francis (5.92, 22 votes)
Dead Man Walking (5.9, 101 votes)
Stalker (5.89, 26 votes)
Magnolia (5.84, 112 votes)
La Promesse (5.76, 31 votes)
Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (5.74, 32 votes)

Check back tomorrow for a scathing review of Alfonzo Cuaron's adaptation of Children of Men. Honestly, I would have liked it if I hadn't read P.D. James' classic novel. Artistically, I think it was pretty good, but I can't forgive the liberties it took with James' work.

2 comments:

Skyminder said...

YES! THE APOSTLE! Undoubtedly one of the greatest films ever made in this great country. In fact, it may be my favorite American Film. And Stalker was my favorite of Tarkovsky's films. What a wonderful list!

Skyminder said...

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