Favorite Older Movies watched in 2015

Top ten, chronologically since there’s really no comparing these.

Roman Holiday (1953, William Wyler)
Ashes and Diamonds (1958, Andrzej Wajda)
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962, John Ford)
My Name Is Ivan (1962, Andrei Tarkovsky)
Teorema (1968, Pier Paolo Pasolini)
Z (1969, Costa-Gavras)
Hairspray (1988, John Waters)
What Time Is It There? (2001, Tsai Ming-Liang)
Damsels In Distress (2011, Whit Stillman)
Her (2013, Spike Jonze)

Ten more:

Little Women (1933, George Cukor)
High Noon (1952, Fred Zinnemann)
Sawdust and Tinsel (1953, Ingmar Bergman)
Twelve Angry Men (1957, Sidney Lumet)
What a Way to Go! (1964, J. Lee Thompson)
Chimes at Midnight (1965, Orson Welles)
Far From Vietnam (1967, Marker, Resnais, Godard, Varda, Klein, Ivens, Lelouch)
Doomed Love (1978, Manoel de Oliveira)
Blue Remembered Hills (1979, Brian Gibson)
Secret of Kells (2009, Tomm Moore)

Since I made a separate 2010 list, I couldn’t justify a whole other list just for 2011-2013, so “older movies” includes everything I could’ve technically seen before this year. That means all the stone classics have edged out last year’s popcorn flicks, so some special recognition is needed.

Best Traditional Comic-Book Action Blockbuster: X-Men 5: Days of Future Past

Best Non-Traditional Comic-Book Action Blockbuster: Speed Racer