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I've just rewatched The Godfather and it's up to #7 on my chart, so I may need to watch this "Rebel" filmamyjig...

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind vs Marvel's Avengers

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Princess Bride by a mile. Basterds is amazing, but Princess is and will forever be an all-time classic. Besides, I feel like the things that make Basterds great are also present in other Tarantino films, while Princess is rather unique.

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That is tough. The Searchers is one of the greatest westerns by THE director of westerns. Fistful of Dollars remade a film by one of cinema's greatest directors and created multiple icons in the western genre. I don't know who to give it to.

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I eventually went with The Searchers. I wish I had a better answer than my gut said to. I could claim it's because Searchers has an original story, or how the damning obsession of Ethan Edwards is what makes him so human, but I fear it's because although I'm a western fanboy, first and foremost, I'm a a John Wayne fanboy.

That said, The Good The Bad and The Ugly likely would have won, because that film is perfect.

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Searchers, although the combo of it being the introduction to cinema film in my course plus it being a film I share with my Dad probably prods my bias.

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