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    Shawshank Redemption at 72 is a crime to humanity...

    It should be in the top 30 on rewatchability alone.

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    I'm new to Hi Def DVD's and only have a PS3 so I can only go blu-ray right now. But looking at this list, I'm gonna have to go both ways just so I can watch me some Hitchcock flicks in HD...Damn, more money to spend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmoody View Post
    Ok, I got the new list and updated the old one. I don't know if this needs it's own thread or not. If someone would be so kind as to fill in the new ones, that would be great! If any errors are spotted please feel free to let me know. Enjoy.

    Blue = Blu-Ray
    Red = HD DVD
    Green = both formats

    1. Citizen Kane - 1941 - Warner
    2. The Godfather - 1972 - Paramount
    3. CASABLANCA - 1942 - Warner [Released]
    4. Raging Bull - 1980 - MGM
    5. Singin' In The Rain - 1952 - Warner
    6. Gone With The Wind - 1939 - Warner
    7. Lawrence Of Arabia - 1962 - Sony
    8. Schindler's List - 1993 - Universal
    9. Vertigo - 1958 - Universal
    10. The Wizard Of Oz - 1939 - Warner
    11. City Lights - 1931 - Warner
    12. THE SEARCHERS - 1956 - Warner [Released] [Released]
    13. Star Wars - 1977 - Fox
    14. Psycho - 1960 - Universal
    15. 2001: A Space Odyssey - 1968 - Warner
    16. Sunset Boulevard - 1950 - Paramount
    17. The Graduate - 1967 - MGM, U.S. - Studio Canal, Europe [Announced]

    *NEW*18. The General

    19. On The Waterfront - 1954 - Sony
    20. It's A Wonderful Life - 1946 - Paramount
    21. Chinatown - 1974 - Paramount
    22. Some Like It Hot - 1959 - MGM
    23. The Grapes Of Wrath - 1940 - Fox
    24. E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial - 1982 - Universal
    25. To Kill A Mockingbird - 1962 - Universal
    26. Mr. Smith Goes To Washington - 1939 - Sony
    27. High Noon - 1952 - Lions Gate]
    28. All About Eve - 1950 - Fox
    29. Double Indemnity - 1944 - Universal
    30. Apocalypse Now - 1979 - Paramount
    31. The Maltese Falcon - 1941 - Warner
    32. The Godfather Part II - 1974 - Paramount
    33. One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest - 1975 - Warner
    34. Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs - 1937 - Buena Vista
    35. Annie Hall - 1977 - MGM
    36. The Bridge On The River Kwai - 1957 - Sony
    37. The Best Years Of Our Lives - 1946 - MGM
    38. The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre - 1948 - Warner
    39. Dr. Strangelove - 1964 - Sony
    40. The Sound of Music - 1965 - Fox
    41. King Kong - 1933 - Warner
    42. Bonnie And Clyde - 1967 - Warner
    43. Midnight Cowboy - 1969 - MGM
    44. The Philadelphia Story - 1940 - Warner
    45. Shane - 1953 - Paramount
    46. It Happened One Night - 1934 - Sony
    47. A Streetcar Named Desire - 1951 - Warner
    48. Rear Window - 1954 - Universal

    *NEW*49. Intolerance
    *NEW*50. Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring

    51. West Side Story - 1961 - MGM
    52. Taxi Driver - 1976 - Sony
    53. THE DEER HUNTER - 1978 Universal [Released]
    54. M*A*S*H - 1970 - Fox
    55. North By Northwest - 1959 - Warner
    56. Jaws - 1975 - Universal
    57. ROCKY - 1976 - MGM [Released]
    58. The Gold Rush - 1925 - Warner

    *NEW*59. Nashville

    60. Duck Soup - 1933 - Universal

    *NEW*61. Sullivan's Travels

    62. American Graffiti - 1973 - Universal

    *NEW*63. Cabaret

    64. Network - 1976 - Warner
    65. The African Queen - 1951 - Paramount
    66. Raiders Of The Lost Ark - 1981 - Paramount

    *NEW*67. Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?

    68. UNFORGIVEN - 1992 - Warner [Released] [Released]
    69. Tootsie - 1982 - Sony
    70. A Clockwork Orange - 1971 - Warner

    *NEW*71. Saving Private Ryan
    *NEW*72. The Shawshank Redemption

    73. Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid - 1969 - Fox
    74. The Silence Of The Lambs - 1991 - MGM [Announced]

    *NEW*75. In The Heat Of The Night

    76. Forrest Gump - 1994 - Paramount

    *NEW*77. All The President's Men

    78. Modern Times - 1936 - Warner
    79. The Wild Bunch - 1969 - Warner
    80. The Apartment - 1960 - MGM

    *NEW*81. Spartacus
    *NEW*82. Sunrise
    *NEW*83. Titanic

    84. Easy Rider - 1969 - Sony

    *NEW*85. A Night At The Opera

    86. Platoon - 1986 - Sony

    *NEW*87. 12 Angry Men

    88. Bringing Up Baby - 1938 - Warner

    *NEW*89. The Sixth Sense
    *NEW*90. Swing Time
    *NEW*91. Sophie's Choice

    92. GOODFELLAS - 1990 - Warner [Released] [Released]
    93. The French Connection - 1971 - Fox
    94. Pulp Fiction - 1994 - Buena Vista

    *NEW*95. The Last Picture Show
    *NEW*96. Do The Right Thing
    *NEW*97. Blade Runner

    98. Yankee Doodle Dandy - 1942 - Warner

    *NEW*99. Toy Story

    100. Ben-Hur - 1959 - Warner

    The following were dropped off the list.

    39. Doctor Zhivago - 1965 - Warner
    44. The Birth Of A Nation - 1915 - Kino (Image Entertainment)
    52. From Here To Eternity - 1953 - Sony
    53. Amadeus - 1984 - Warner
    54. All Quiet On The Western Front - 1930 - Universal
    57. The Third Man - 1949 - Criterion through Image, presumably
    58. Fantasia - 1940 - Buena Vista
    59. Rebel Without A Cause - 1955 - Warner
    63. Stagecoach - 1939 - Warner
    64. Close Encounters Of The Third Kind - 1977 - Sony
    67. The Manchurian Candidate - 1962 - MGM
    68. An American In Paris - 1951 - Warner
    73. Wuthering Heights - 1939 - Paramount
    75. Dances With Wolves - 1990 - MGM [Announced]
    82. Giant - 1956 - Warner
    84. Fargo - 1996 - MGM
    86. Mutiny On The Bounty - 1935 - Warner
    87. Frankenstein - 1931 - Universal
    89. Patton - 1970 - Fox
    90. The Jazz Singer - 1927 - Warner Bros., presumably
    91. My Fair Lady - 1964 - Warner
    92. A Place In The Sun - 1951 - Paramount
    99. Guess Who's Coming To Dinner - 1967 - Sony

    This will of course need to be recalculated once some nice person updates the new additions.

    Both = 47
    Blu-Ray = 85
    HD DVD = 62
    Good grief! Most of the movies that dropped off were better than most of the movies that took their places! YIPES! (PS: "Intolerance" replaces "Birth of a Nation." Discuss the PCness of Art.)

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    It would be really nice if some of these of the "sticky" threads would be updated. There are a number of them that haven't been updated in months. Guess it's never going to happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arkadin View Post
    It would be really nice if some of these of the "sticky" threads would be updated. There are a number of them that haven't been updated in months. Guess it's never going to happen.
    I tried.

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    Those 3 still in black above are extremely difficult to tell. A quick look on IMDB and there's so many little studios who have had distribution rights that it's hard to tell which one has them now.

    The General and Intolerance both have their theatrical ties through Sony ( The General goes United Artists --> MGM --> Sony, while Intolerance goes Triangle Pictures --> Goldwyn Pictures --> MGM --> Sony), but both also have Republic Pictures Home Video listed as a distributor, which according to what I read is owned by Paramount but had a lease with Artisan(now Lionsgate) for home video releases that was made prior to the Paramount buyout.

    Sophie's Choice is a little more clear, I believe it to be Universal. Nowhere on IMDB or Box Office Mojo did I see anything about Artisan being involved as is stated above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmoody View Post
    Ok, I got the new list and updated the old one. I don't know if this needs it's own thread or not. If someone would be so kind as to fill in the new ones, that would be great! If any errors are spotted please feel free to let me know. Enjoy.

    Updated for Paramount's change in dual format strategy and added some dates and studios.

    Blue = Blu-Ray
    Red = HD DVD
    Green = both formats

    1. Citizen Kane - 1941 - Warner
    2. The Godfather - 1972 - Paramount
    3. CASABLANCA - 1942 - Warner [Released]
    4. Raging Bull - 1980 - MGM
    5. Singin' In The Rain - 1952 - Warner
    6. Gone With The Wind - 1939 - Warner
    7. Lawrence Of Arabia - 1962 - Sony
    8. Schindler's List - 1993 - Universal
    9. Vertigo - 1958 - Universal
    10. The Wizard Of Oz - 1939 - Warner
    11. City Lights - 1931 - Warner
    12. THE SEARCHERS - 1956 - Warner [Released] [Released]
    13. Star Wars - 1977 - Fox
    14. Psycho - 1960 - Universal
    15. 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY - 1968 - Warner [Released] [Released]
    16. Sunset Boulevard - 1950 - Paramount
    17. The Graduate - 1967 - MGM, U.S. - Studio Canal, Europe [Announced]

    *NEW*18. The General - 1927

    19. On The Waterfront - 1954 - Sony
    20. It's A Wonderful Life - 1946 - Paramount
    21. Chinatown - 1974 - Paramount
    22. Some Like It Hot - 1959 - MGM
    23. The Grapes Of Wrath - 1940 - Fox
    24. E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial - 1982 - Universal
    25. To Kill A Mockingbird - 1962 - Universal
    26. Mr. Smith Goes To Washington - 1939 - Sony
    27. High Noon - 1952 - Lions Gate
    28. All About Eve - 1950 - Fox
    29. Double Indemnity - 1944 - Universal
    30. Apocalypse Now - 1979 - Paramount
    31. The Maltese Falcon - 1941 - Warner
    32. The Godfather Part II - 1974 - Paramount
    33. One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest - 1975 - Warner
    34. Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs - 1937 - Buena Vista
    35. Annie Hall - 1977 - MGM
    36. The Bridge On The River Kwai - 1957 - Sony
    37. The Best Years Of Our Lives - 1946 - MGM
    38. The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre - 1948 - Warner
    39. Dr. Strangelove - 1964 - Sony
    40. The Sound of Music - 1965 - Fox
    41. King Kong - 1933 - Warner
    42. Bonnie And Clyde - 1967 - Warner
    43. Midnight Cowboy - 1969 - MGM
    44. The Philadelphia Story - 1940 - Warner
    45. Shane - 1953 - Paramount
    46. It Happened One Night - 1934 - Sony
    47. A Streetcar Named Desire - 1951 - Warner
    48. Rear Window - 1954 - Universal

    *NEW*49. Intolerance - 1916
    *NEW*50. Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring - 2001 - New Line

    51. West Side Story - 1961 - MGM
    52. Taxi Driver - 1976 - Sony
    53. THE DEER HUNTER - 1978 Universal [Released]
    54. M*A*S*H - 1970 - Fox
    55. North By Northwest - 1959 - Warner
    56. Jaws - 1975 - Universal
    57. ROCKY - 1976 - MGM [Released]
    58. The Gold Rush - 1925 - Warner

    *NEW*59. Nashville - 1975 - Paramount

    60. Duck Soup - 1933 - Universal

    *NEW*61. Sullivan's Travels - 1941 - Universal

    62. American Graffiti - 1973 - Universal

    *NEW*63. Cabaret - 1972 - Warner

    64. Network - 1976 - Warner
    65. The African Queen - 1951 - Paramount
    66. Raiders Of The Lost Ark - 1981 - Paramount

    *NEW*67. Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? - 1966 - Warner

    68. UNFORGIVEN - 1992 - Warner [Released] [Released]
    69. Tootsie - 1982 - Sony
    70. A CLOCKWORK ORANGE - 1971 - Warner [Released] [Released]

    *NEW*71. Saving Private Ryan - 1998 - DreamWorks
    *NEW*72. The Shawshank Redemption - 1994 - Warner

    73. Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid - 1969 - Fox
    74. The Silence Of The Lambs - 1991 - MGM[Announced]

    *NEW*75. In The Heat Of The Night - 1967 - MGM

    76. Forrest Gump - 1994 - Paramount

    *NEW*77. All The President's Men - 1976 - Warner

    78. Modern Times - 1936 - Warner
    79. The Wild Bunch - 1969 - Warner
    80. The Apartment - 1960 - MGM

    *NEW*81. Spartacus - 1960 - Universal [Released]
    *NEW*82. Sunrise - 1927 - Fox
    *NEW*83. Titanic - 1997 - Paramount

    84. Easy Rider - 1969 - Sony

    *NEW*85. A Night At The Opera - 1935 - Warner

    86. Platoon - 1986 - Sony

    *NEW*87. 12 Angry Men - 1957 - MGM

    88. Bringing Up Baby - 1938 - Warner

    *NEW*89. The Sixth Sense - 1999 - Buena Vista
    *NEW*90. Swing Time - 1936 - Warner
    *NEW*91. Sophie's Choice - 1982 - Artisan Home Entertainment

    92. GOODFELLAS - 1990 - Warner [Released] [Released]
    93. The French Connection - 1971 - Fox
    94. Pulp Fiction - 1994 - Buena Vista

    *NEW*95. The Last Picture Show - 1971 - Columbia/Tri-Star
    *NEW*96. Do The Right Thing - 1989 - Universal
    *NEW*97. Blade Runner - 1982 - Warner [12/18/2007] [12/18/2007]

    98. Yankee Doodle Dandy - 1942 - Warner

    *NEW*99. Toy Story - 1995 - Disney

    100. Ben-Hur - 1959 - Warner

    The following were dropped off the list.

    39. Doctor Zhivago - 1965 - Warner
    44. The Birth Of A Nation - 1915 - Kino (Image Entertainment)
    52. From Here To Eternity - 1953 - Sony
    53. Amadeus - 1984 - Warner
    54. All Quiet On The Western Front - 1930 - Universal
    57. The Third Man - 1949 - Criterion through Image, presumably
    58. Fantasia - 1940 - Buena Vista
    59. Rebel Without A Cause - 1955 - Warner
    63. Stagecoach - 1939 - Warner
    64. Close Encounters Of The Third Kind - 1977 - Sony
    67. The Manchurian Candidate - 1962 - MGM
    68. An American In Paris - 1951 - Warner
    73. Wuthering Heights - 1939 - Paramount
    75. Dances With Wolves - 1990 - MGM [Announced]
    82. Giant - 1956 - Warner
    84. Fargo - 1996 - MGM
    86. Mutiny On The Bounty - 1935 - Warner [Released]
    87. Frankenstein - 1931 - Universal
    89. Patton - 1970 - Fox
    90. The Jazz Singer - 1927 - Warner Bros., presumably
    91. My Fair Lady - 1964 - Warner
    92. A Place In The Sun - 1951 - Paramount
    99. Guess Who's Coming To Dinner - 1967 - Sony


    Both = 35
    Blu-Ray = 36
    HD DVD = 27

    3 Unknown
    1 title gets counted twice because it is BD in the US, HD in Europe.

    The totals for RELEASED titles:
    Blu-Ray = 8
    HD DVD = 10
    This includes Blade Runner since it's almost out and the ones that dropped off the new list (i.e. Mutany on the Bounty and Close Encounters).
    Some corrections:/updates:

    79. The Wild Bunch, has been released

    86. Mutiny on the Bounty (1935) has not been released. What has been released is the 1962 Marlon Brando version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombiequest View Post
    Shawshank Redemption at 72 is a crime to humanity...

    It should be in the top 30 on rewatchability alone.
    Well create your own list. The Godfather wouldn't even be on my top 100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelHDDVD View Post
    Great Thread, but I don't see alot of those being HD player sellers.
    You're right but there are a number of those I would buy but I know that effectively they are nothing more than deep catalog titles and a release anytime soon is unlikely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmoody View Post
    I tried.
    Why not just create a new thread and refer back to this one as a credit to the OP since it seems that are no longer available to maintain this list.

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    Another cool list to maintain would be a top 50/100 guy flicks. Its seems that the driver of new technology/movies is mostly males in 20-35 range, at least thats what I keep reading in the trade magazines.

    I know that Maxim and the UK Empire magazine has done a list like this. I think I might be able to find that list, I'll take a look.

    AFI's list I don't think covers the average joe's buying habits. That is, there are a majority of movie buyers who are not going to run out for an HD of African Queen, but will for something like Face/Off or Gladiator. Nevertheless, I think this is a cool list to be maintained.

    So it would be interesting to see where each studio falls into this list. I think 20th Century Fox and Warner are the studios with the most movies in the guy flicks category.

    Do any of you think this would be a neat list to create? If so I will find my Empire magazine list and create the post. Then we can add to it from other Guy Flicks lists out there (i.e. Maxim).

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    The single most important stat when dealing with this subject is how many have been released on each format. Just because one format has more films that they could possibly release some day is really meaningless as we do not know how many of those will ever come out in HD.

    So at least imo the only thing that really matters is whats been released or whats been announced. Everything else becomes speculation and thats the last thing that this format war needs more of.

    For all we know HD in general will never get past 25-40% market share against SD DVD and if that ever is the case then I can guarntee that the films that will take the biggest hit in regards to possibly being released in HD are the older films like alot of the films on this list.

    I actually have nothing but respect for the AFI lists as most of the other lists like IMDb have become a joke in regards to what are the best films of all time. IMDb is nothing more than a popularity chart now with maybe the only exception being the top 50 which is still a pretty respectable top 50 list. So with that being said I certainly hope that everything on this list gets released in HD but the way things are going right now its not looking to good for some of these films ever seeing the light of day on HD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zombiequest View Post
    Shawshank Redemption at 72 is a crime to humanity...

    It should be in the top 30 on rewatchability alone.
    Agreed, Shawshank should without a doubt be in the top 25 imo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marky_D_Sahdd View Post
    Good grief! Most of the movies that dropped off were better than most of the movies that took their places! YIPES! (PS: "Intolerance" replaces "Birth of a Nation." Discuss the PCness of Art.)
    I wouldnt say that but I will say that a few of them should absolutely be on that list. Dances with Wolves absolutely deserves to be on that list and its utterly mind boggling that it was taken off. I am happy to see that Fellowship of the Ring was put on there as it was by far the best film of the trilogy and was just a spectacular film especially given the book they had to make the script from. The Lord of the Rings books are without a doubt some of the toughest books to actually get a working script from. Fran and Peter cannot be praised enough for the job they did in adapting that book to the screen. Many had tried and failed and they just did an unbelieveable job.

    I am also very happy to see All the President Men on there as that is one of my all time favorite films and it really is just a brilliant film. I can watch that film again and again and again and it never even starts to get old. Its also a textbook example of how to make a drama that contains more dialouge than anything else.

    Still Dances with Wolves being taken off that list is a huge mistake and it wouldnt surpise me one bit if it were in fact corrected somewhere down the line.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfcarbel View Post
    Another cool list to maintain would be a top 50/100 guy flicks. Its seems that the driver of new technology/movies is mostly males in 20-35 range, at least thats what I keep reading in the trade magazines.

    I know that Maxim and the UK Empire magazine has done a list like this. I think I might be able to find that list, I'll take a look.

    AFI's list I don't think covers the average joe's buying habits. That is, there are a majority of movie buyers who are not going to run out for an HD of African Queen, but will for something like Face/Off or Gladiator. Nevertheless, I think this is a cool list to be maintained.

    So it would be interesting to see where each studio falls into this list. I think 20th Century Fox and Warner are the studios with the most movies in the guy flicks category.

    Do any of you think this would be a neat list to create? If so I will find my Empire magazine list and create the post. Then we can add to it from other Guy Flicks lists out there (i.e. Maxim).

    You can certainly do this over at IMDb. It allows you to look at the best films by genre, sex, decade Etc...IMDb however is not the most reliable site in regards to its best of lists. Again they are more popularity lists than anything else.
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