TTFOAT - Top Ten Films Of All Time

In No Particular Order
Saving Private Ryan (1998,dir:Steven Spielberg)
Casablanca (1942, dir: Michael Curtiz)
Blade Runner (1982, dir: RidleyScott)
To Kill A Mockingbird (1962, dir: Robert Mulligan)
To Have and Have Not (1945, dir: Howard Hawks)
City Lights (1931, dir: Charles Chaplin)
It Happened One Night (1934, dir: Frank Capra)
The Producers (1967, dir: Mel Brooks)
North By Northwest (1959, dir: Alfred Hitchcock)
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962, dir: John Ford) (gotta have one Duke western on your list)

Honorable Mentions
The Sixth Sense
Schindler's List
The Shawshank Redemption
The Big Chill
Most Woody Allen Films
L.A. Story
All of Hitchcock
All of Chaplin
It's a Wonderful Life
Mutiny on the Bounty (1935)
My Favorite Year
Apocalypse Now
The Princess Bride
Annie Hall
Shakespeare In Love
The American President
My First Mister
Sleepless In Seattle
Leap Of Faith
Spitfire Grill
Forrest Gump (yes, Forrest Gump. When was the last time you were in a movie theatre and the whole audience applauded during the ending credits.)
Oh, and that Rosebud movie.

Link to the American Film Institute's Top 100 Films (see how many they got right)

And Other Stuff

Best remake of a TV show into a movie:
The Fugitive

Worst remake of a TV show into a movie:
All the rest, stop the insanity!

Best Film Soundtrack:
To Kill A Mocking Bird, tied with Chinatown

The "If I were alone on a desert island what music would you want with you" Award:
Legend, The Best of Bob Marley
From I Shot the Sheriff to Redemption Song. What more could you ask for?

Honorable Mention Music
Best of Van Morrison, Van Morrison
Blood On The Tracks, Bob Dylan
Diamonds and Rust, Joan Baez
The Best of the Kingston Trio
The Honesty Room, Dar Williams
One Fair Summer Evening, Nanci Griffith
Cole, Music of Cole Porter
REM, Nightswimming
Counting Crows