|The Godfather Part II
|Francis Ford Coppola
|A Clockwork Orange
|Lawrence of Arabia
|ULTIMO TANGO A PARIGI
|The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
|Some Like It Hot
The Godfather Part II
A masterpiece from beginning to end. The way past and present intertwine is a remarkable piece of screenwriting. Unheard of. No other film comes close to this.
The best black comedy ever. And also a revealing view of Korean society.
No other film depicts male fantasies of teenagers better and funnier than Fellini did in this film.
A Clockwork Orange
I could have chosen many other Kubrick films, but this one made the biggest impression when I saw it and it survives the test of time
Lawrence of Arabia
The best epic ever, with the best cuts in movie history ever. Only to be seen on 70mm.
ULTIMO TANGO A PARIGI
Of course, the background story of abuse on the set is shocking, but the film itself still holds up. Brando is impressive in his improvised monologues.
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
It was a toss-up between The Searchers and this one. The style of Leone and the best shootout made the difference.
The editing, the scenario, the acting and the bravery of Welles; unmissable.
Some Like It Hot
I want another cup of coffee! Need I say more?
The best love-letter ever filmed. And it is not about a woman…
I guess the 70s were my high days as a moviegoer. A Dutch director once told me that everybody sees his favourite films during his teens. I guess he is right.