The list author says: "Most of these movies are older classic films but I've introduced a new category as well: contemporary films which immediately became classics. You'll swiftly detect which ones they are.
Other than pointing out that these are all magnificent films, I'll leave you to peruse my list.
*A personal message for my Amazon Stalker*: Heh... heh... heh..... Hello, gaping, drooling primate who spends his void of a life by immediately giving me an "unhelpful vote" as quickly as I post a new review or list. I just wanted to applaud your witless efforts because Amazon now bases one's overall ranking as a reviewer solely upon *activity*. So regardless of whether a vote on my reviews/lists are either "helpful" or "unhelpful", as long as I continue receiving votes of any sort, my ranking as a reviewer continues to climb... so again, thank you very much. And please have another fried bologna sandwich on me, Buford.
...and finally, my best regards to all the normal regular people who heartily enjoy books and films as I do -- I hope you'll find something great to watch from my list. I'll continue to update the postings.
"The most expensive film ever made, (accounting for inflation.) It's worth ever penny they spent on it and the soundtrack by Alex North is yet another masterpiece, (available by itself in a 2-CD set.)"
"There are several *War and Peace* films -- this 1968 masterpiece [Bondarchuk] is the one to watch. It's also the edition/version that you want. Color, Letterbox, subtitled, and [voices] dubbed in English."