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    Post your favorite film from each decade, starting with whichever decade you prefer!

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    1920s:
    SUNRISE

    1930s:
    CITY LIGHTS

    1940s:
    CASABLANCA

    1950s:
    THE 400 BLOWS

    1960s:
    8 1/2

    1970s:
    SCENES FROM A MARRIAGE

    1980s:
    BLUE VELVET

    1990s:
    FARGO

    2000s:
    PAN’S LABYRINTH

    2010s:
    PARASITE

    “The art of making art is putting it together...”

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    1920’s : Metropolis

    1930’s : Frankenstein

    1940’s : Rebecca

    1950’s : The Defiant Ones

    1960’s : In The Heat Of The Night

    1970’s : Network

    1980’s : Do The Right Thing

    1990’s : Pulp Fiction

    2000’s : Kill Bill Vol 1

    2010’s : Moonlight

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    FYC :

    Best Actress - Viola Davis, Frances McDormand
    Best Actor - Delroy Lindo, Chadwick Boseman
    Best Supporting Actor - Colman Domingo, Glynn Turman
    Best Picture - Nomadland
    Best Director - Chloé Zhao
    SAG Ensemble - Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
    Best Cinematography - Nomadland

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    20’s – Sherlock, Jr.
    30’s – The Wizard of Oz
    40’s – Double Indemnity
    50’s – Sunset Boulevard
    60’s – Dr. Strangelove
    70’s – The Exorcist
    80’s – Nine To Five
    90’s – Fargo
    00’s – Adaptation.
    10’s – The Grand Budapest Hotel

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    • 20’s- Metropolis
    • 30’s- The Wizard of Oz
    • 40’s- Casablanca
    • 50’s- The Ten Commandments
    • 60’s- The Sound of Music
    • 70’s- The Godfather
    • 80’s- Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back
    • 90’s- Titanic
    • 00’s- The Dark Knight
    • 10’s- La La Land

    Have a great day if you see this!

    FYC: Anthony Hopkins- The Father
    FYC: Chadwick Boseman - Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom

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    30s – The Wizard of Oz
    40s – Casablanca
    50s – Some Like It Hot
    60s – The Sound of Music
    70s – One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
    80s – Raging Bull
    90s – Fargo
    00s – Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    10s – Birdman

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    1930s : Gone With the Wind 
    1940s : The Philadelphia Story
    1950s : Born Yesterday
    1960s : Breakfast at Tiffany’s
    1970s : Cries and Whispers 
    1980s : Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
    1990s : Three Colors : Blue
    2000s : L’Enfant 
    2010s : Mistress America 

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    The Lord of the Rings

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    50s: 12 Angry Men

    60s: To Kill A Mockingbird

    70s: All the President’s Men

    80s: Gandhi

    90s: Gettysburg

    00s: The Lord of the Rings (1, 2, or 3)

    10s: Inception/Interstellar

    20s (thus far): The Banker

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    70s: Taxi Driver

    80s: Blade Runner

    90s: Pulp Fiction

    00s: No Country For Old Men

    10s: The Wolf of Wall Street/ The Grand Budapest Hotel

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    70s: Taxi Driver

    80s: Blade Runner

    90s: Pulp Fiction

    00s: Lord Of The Rings

    10s: The Judge

    And I would say that the Lord Of the Rings is the best one, and I know that a lot of other people would agree. So to say, I saw this movie for the first time when I was 11 and since then it’s my favorite movie. I would never choose another one as my favorite. Remember, I was crying when Boromir died, it was my favorite character from the Lord of The Rings fellowship. And I was so interested about this character and I started to search for the information about him, I was looking for more information about this interesting character. So, I was lucky enough to find some additional Boromir Biographical info. It was so interesting to read this information about him, because there was much more interesting facts I have never known before. I would recommend you to read this information too, maybe you will find something interesting for you too

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    Fargo being the most mentioned film is confusing me.. why so much love to it?

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    Fargo being the most mentioned film is confusing me.. why so much love to it?

    I think it’s helped by having so much going for it. It’s got great balance drama and humor. If you prefer a pure hero as the protagonist, then there’s McDormand, but if you like a more villainous main character, you have Macy. It has many dark moments, but it still manages to be a likable film. It’s just one of those films that has something for everybody. The fact that it’s not long also makes it easy to tune into. There’s been multiple times where I’ve come across it on TV and been able to easily slip into it, something that can’t be said for every film.

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    30s: The Wizard of Oz

    40s: It’s a Wonderful Life

    50s: A Streetcar Named Desire

    60s: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

    70s: The Godfather

    80s: The Empire Strikes Back

    90s: The Shawshank Redemption

    00s: The Dark Knight

    10s: Mad Max: Fury Road

    Hard picks, I can definitely imagine some of them being different depending on the day. For The Dark Knight, it was between that and Return of the King, but I went with Dark Knight because I find that I can enjoy it more as a solo film while all the Lord of the Rings films are so connected, it’s a bit harder to single one out from the rest, and I don’t want to cheat by including a trilogy among singular films.

    There are some films that it kind of hurt to not include.

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    30s – The Awful Truth
    40s – The Best Years of Our Lives
    50s – All About Eve
    60s – The Apartment
    70s – The Godfather (I & II)
    80s – Tootsie
    90s – Schindler’s List
    00s – The Lord of the Rings (Trilogy)
    10s – Brooklyn

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