VSM: Ebert’s Great Movies, part 1

Who says I can’t watch two marathons at the same time?

Moving at a reasonable pace, and assuming he keeps adding new movies to his list on a regular basis, it would take more than a decade to watch all of Roger Ebert’s Great Movies. If nothing else, it’s a reminder that I’ll never run out of good movies to watch – by the time I’d finish watching the last of them, I wouldn’t remember watching the first of them.  Well.  Here we go.  Starting with the contents of Book I, sorted according to the articles’ dates on his website: the first 13 Great Movies.

Very Slow Marathon #6 – The 1st Ebert’s Great Movies Marathon
[note: You can find this list above in the Very Slow Marathons tab.]

1. Casablanca, 1942
2. Ikiru, 1952
3. Vertigo, 1958
4. A Hard Day’s Night, 1964
5. Mr. Hulot’s Holiday, 1953
6. The Night of the Hunter, 1955
7. The Third Man, 1949
8. The Wizard of Oz, 1939
9. La Dolce Vita, 1960
10. L’Avventura, 1960
11. The Passion of Joan of Arc, 1928
12. The Godfather, 1972
13. 2001: A Space Odyssey, 1968

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