Top 250 wrap-up, part 10 of 20

Over the last three years, I’ve watched my way through the IMDb’s Top 250. Now I’m ranking those 314 movies (math is hard) from worst to best according to my “objective rating” system. And as a token adjustment for my glaring biases in grading the movies, ties are broken by favoring the ones I liked least.

Part 10 of 20: 2.8/4 (Good)

#199. Aliens, James Cameron, 1986. Currently #61 on the IMDb’s list.

#198. Singin’ in the Rain, Gene Kelly & Stanley Donen, 1952. Currently #78.

#197. Sin City, Frank Miller & Robert Rodriguez, 2005. Currently #103.

#196. Inception, Christopher Nolan, 2010. Currently #6.

#195. The Gold Rush, Charles Chaplin, 1925. Currently #155.

#194. Young Frankenstein, Mel Brooks, 1974. Currently off the list.

#193. Shaun of the Dead, Edgar Wright, 2004. Currently off the list.

#192. Memento, Christopher Nolan, 2001. Currently #30.

#191. Unforgiven, Clint Eastwood, 1992. Currently #100.

#190. Amadeus, Milos Forman, 1984. Currently #83.

#189. The Killing, Stanley Kubrick, 1956. Currently #193.

#188. Star Trek, J.J. Abrams, 2009. Currently #185.

#187. Howl’s Moving Castle, Hayao Miyazaki, 2004. Currently #236.

#186. The Elephant Man, David Lynch, 1980. Currently #101.

#185. Paths of Glory, Stanley Kubrick, 1957. Currently #52.

#184. The Seventh Seal, Ingmar Bergman, 1957. Currently #113.

#183. Ikiru, Akira Kurosawa, 1952. Currently #175.

#182. A Clockwork Orange, Stanley Kubrick, 1971. Currently #55.

#181. Dial M for Murder, Alfred Hitchcock, 1954. Currently #210.

#180. Mystic River, Clint Eastwood, 2003. Currently #220.

#179. Notorious, Alfred Hitchcock, 1946. Currently #147.

#178. Saving Private Ryan, Steven Spielberg, 1998. Currently #43.

#177. In the Mood for Love, Kar Wai Wong, 2000. Currently #234.

#176. Wild Strawberries, Ingmar Bergman, 1957. Currently #128.

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