#10 ~ Annie Hall – Woody Allen, 1977
Woody Allen’s most famous film and probably best film to date. a great re-watchable comedy with great and realistic morals. Allen and Keaton are brilliant. All of the films on this list are a ten out of ten, so id definitely recommend.
#9 ~ Mad Max – George Miller, 1979
The first entry in George Miller’s post-apocalyptic saga introduces us to Max Rockatansky, a cop turned bad-ass that seeks revenge on the Bike gang that kill his wife and son. this isn’t the best in the series, but it’s still a brilliant action film.
#8 ~ Halloween – John Carpenter, 1978
John Carpenter’s masterpiece and one of the greatest horror films of all time. Michael Myers escapes from a mental clinic after murdering his sister and terrorises Laurie Strode and her baby-sitter friends. This is a horror classic and one of my favourite’s.
#7 ~ The Texas Chain Saw Massacre – Tobe Hooper, 1974
Tied with ‘The Shining’ as being my favourite horror film of all time, and for obvious reasons. It’s terrifying, creepy, disturbing, everything a good horror film should be. Slow at first but eventually turns into one of the scariest films I have ever seen.
#6 ~ A Clockwork Orange – Stanley Kubrick, 1971
Stanley Kubrick’s most controversial film and definitely one of his best and my 2nd favourite from him. The story focuses on Alex De Large and his three ‘Droogs’ through their lives of crime and ‘Ultraviolence’. An excellent but disturbing masterwork that gets better with every viewing.
#5 ~ The Godfather: Part II – Francis Ford Coppola, 1974
I’ve already talked about this on my top 1 0 films of all time, so I wont go into much but this film acts as a sequel and a prequel focusing on Vito’s rise through the world of crime and Michael’s continuation as the new Don. By far the greatest sequel ever and one that is arguably better than the original.
The last films on this list are ones i’ve already discussed in my top 10, so I’m just going to list them off and not go in in to them , so here they are!:
#4 ~ Taxi Driver – Martin Scorcese, 1976
#3 ~ Alien – Ridley Scott, 1979
#2 ~ The Godfather – Francis Ford Coppola, 1972
#1 ~ Apocalypse Now – Francis Ford Coppola, 1979