Maybe not all of these on my list but I support Aiden’s inclusion of the lesser-known films. Would like to have seen “HUGO” make his cut, but I encourage you to try “TINKER, TAILOR, SOLDIER, SPY”, “MONEYBALL”, “MIDNIGHT IN PARIS” and “THE ARTIST” if you have not yet done so.
You’ve been patient, you’ve behaved yourselves like the fine young boys and girls you are, and I’m just proud as can be. For those in the know, skip on down, but in case you missed it these past four days:
So without further ado, I now give you the best of the best of the best of the best, as deemed by Aiden.
20. Jane Eyre
Impossible to do the source material justice in a two-hour time span, but this came pretty close. The world would be a better place if more girls read that book.
Richard Ayoade: remember the name, even if you can’t pronounce it.
18. Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
The antithesis of every spy movie we’ve gotten out of the past couple decades, which is…
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