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BBC ranks the 100 greatest American movies of all time

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99. 12 Years a Slave (Steve McQueen, 2013)
McQueen depicts the horrific experiences of Solomon Northup, the free man kidnapped and sold into slavery, in utterly unflinching fashion. The film's strength lies in its frankness and avoidance of either sentimentality or Quentin Tarantino-style irony. - The Independent



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61. Eyes Wide Shut (Stanley Kubrick, 1999)
A riveting, thematically probing, richly atmospheric and just occasionally troublesome work, a deeply inquisitive consideration of the extent of trust and mutual knowledge possible between a man and a woman. - Variety

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31. A Woman Under the Influence (John Cassavetes, 1974)
“A Woman Under the Influence” gives us a woman whose influences only gradually reveal themselves. And as they do, they give us insights not only into one specific, brilliantly created, woman but into some of the problems of surviving in a society where very few people are fully liberated. - Roger Ebert

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28. Pulp Fiction (Quentin Tarantino, 1994)
This movie gets its charge not from action pyrotechnics but from its electric barrage of language, wisecracks and dialogue, from the mordant '70s classicism of its long-take camera style and its smart, offbeat, strangely sexy cast. - Chicago Tribue

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4. 2001: A Space Odyssey (Stanley Kubrick, 1968)
You can watch 2001 as a visual journey with nary a thought for what's under the surface or you can plunge into this vortex of interpretations. The great thing about 2001 is that either approach works fine. That's why it endures. - Washington Post


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