Classic Film : Poll: Which classic movies do you think were the most important to the industry?

Which classic movies do you think were the most important to the industry?

A Star is Born
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Cabin in the Sky
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West Side Story
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Porky and Bess
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other (please specify)
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You're going to have to explain it to me. I tried watching that movie but I couldn't hold my interest as I anticipated based upon its reputation.

https://youtu.be/iPUwtyZglQI

https://youtu.be/QRTNm6GLJYI

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Apparently Orson Welles invented a bunch of different techniques when making it, like how movies prior to that never showed the ceiling because there wasn't one it was just a bunch of stage lights but Welles figured why not put a ceiling on top the walls like in a regular house and then cut an opening into the floor to put the camera in people hadn't seen things from that angle before allegedly.


Also from what I've heard people think it has a lot of neat transitions and is an early example of non-linear story telling, the cinematography I've seen does look incredible too. I'm sure it inspired a lot of filmmaker's so it has historical significance and changed cinema.

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Muffin King explained it pretty well.

I've seen the movie a handful of times and I think it's great.

https://www.scribd.com/document/382737647/MortSahlFan-Song-List

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I haven't even heard of all the movies you listed, I'd say -

Citizen Kane
Star Wars
The Godfather
Gone With The Wind
The Wizard Of Oz
King Kong
Psycho
Seven Samurai
Jaws
Metropolis
The Birth Of A Nation
2001: A Space Odyssey
Frankenstein
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Casablanca

Would be a list i'd be more curious to see the results of I think these are some of the most influential of all time.

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1. 2001: A Space Odyssey
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2. Citizen Kane
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3. The Godfather
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4. Gone With The Wind
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5. Star Wars IV: A New Hope
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6. Schindler's List
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6. Raiders of the Lost Ark
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8. A Clockwork Orange
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9. Saving Private Ryan
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10. The Shawshank Redemption
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The Phantom of the Opera (1925)
starring Lon Chaney


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Re: Which classic movies do you think were the most important to the industry?

Metropolis. For so many obvious reasons.

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Rather movie was overrated.

Eventually you will have to give up on your crusade. Ha ha! Fuck yooooou!!!!!

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