Good. I like all Kubrick on some level.
> Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
I have this on Blu-ray. About three or four years ago I saw this in a theater and after writing my review on RYM, I read the other reviews there (I avoid reading other RYM reviews of anything before I've written my own) and MAN, some of those kids over there HATE this movie. They see it as a pro-Establishment, patriotic thing. Me, I just see it as Jimmy Stewart and Jean Arthur being charming.
> Out of the Past
I have this on Blu, too. Depending on my mood, this is THE definitive film noir. As Kirk Douglas is in it, who, last I heard, is not dead.
Saw this in high school a hundred years ago. I should see it again.
> City of God
> Battleship Potemkin
I watched this just last year. It's good, but you've got to put on your Film Student hat for it. It's all the editing and the montages and the moving camera.
> The Sixth Sense
Haven't seen it since it came out. Don't remember if I like it.
> Raiders of the Lost Ark
As I've gotten older, I have to accept that this one of my favorite movies of all-time. I love everything about it.
> High Noon
Haven't seen this in awhile, but the memories are fond. I like how westerns back then were one of the genres of choice for filmmakers who wanted to offer subversive commentary on the Communism paranoia of the day. My favorite of those is "Johnny Guitar".
> The Departed
I like Martin Scorsese, but I've never seen this for some reason.