1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

Spanning more than a century of extraordinary cinema, this comprehensive volume brings together some of the most significant movies from every country andall genres, from action to Western, through animation, comedy, documentary, musical, thriller, noir, short, romance and sci-fi.

Newly revised and updated, this definitive edition features 500 original movie posters and hundreds of stunning movie stills. Quotes from movie directors and critics, together with little-known facts, complement the incisive reviews and vital statistics of each movie to make this the most fact-filled edition ever.
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Published October 4th 2018 by Cassell (first published 2003
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1001 movies you must see before you die
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There are commercial films on here that do not belong on this list, as they really do n't need help in being seen; lists like these are only valuable if they champion the undeservedly obscure.

( I 've seen more than 1001 titles from the silent movie period alone, which is not something too many living humans can claim) .By comparison, the later 2013 update finds me having seen only 918 of the 1001, and that 's because my film viewing has dropped markedly over the past decade.

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Don ’ t know why I did not review this before, I have been using it for week.

I ’ ve seen 492 of the 1001 movies listed, and lem me tell ya, it will take strong inducements like the kidnap of a close family member to make me see some of the est of them, for instance Ben Hur ( 1959), Peking Opera Blues ( 1986), or Braveheart ( 1995).

This beautifully displayed and really heavy don ’ t drop it on your foot or it ’ ll be the A& E for you list whizzes from the dawn of film to a few months ago and all across the globe taking corners so fast you might get carsick.

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ONE THOUSAND AND ONE MOVIES.And they did n't include The Labyrinth.

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