Half of those are now on the master list, but, with only single nominations, are not yet eligible for the aggregate. Unless the voting suddenly dries up, I'm sure they'll make it in the long run.souvenir wrote:Very interesting preliminary list of titles there. I find it bizarre that John Huston's big four that were on the first list (The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, The Maltese Falcon, The Battle of San Pietro, and Key Largo) are all absent. He wasn't disqualified for bad behavior or anything, right?
There are actually a lot of big name titles that I'd assumed to be favorites that have yet to really register, including the major film noir I ranked at number 4 but which hasn't made anyone else's list. (My number one is similarly desperate and dateless, but that was always a lost cause).
Ah yes, how could I forget such a memorable (and relevant) title? I suspect the gender twist is one of the things that attracted Tilda, who is, as I recall, very good in one of her straighest roles.davidhare wrote:The Reckless Moment remake (or rather the remake of the novel the Blank Wall) is called the Deep End (not to be confused with Skolimowski's Deep End.)