Thursday, June 21, 2007

Rosebud, My Ass

"Citizen Kane" leads "Godfather" in movie poll.

Also, we should all be relieved that there is no truth to the rumors that The Jerky Boys Movie made the list.


Blogger Old Lady said...

I read that the availability of older movies to view by younger audiences shifted the standings.

7:00 AM, June 22, 2007  
Blogger Keith Kennedy said...

Until they put "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure" on these list - I'm just refusing to read them.

9:22 AM, June 22, 2007  
Blogger Rob said...

Citizen Kane is strictly broccoli at this point. It's really good and stuff, but you admire it, you don't really enjoy it.

I think my vote for #1 for a list like this would be Vertigo.

12:04 AM, June 23, 2007  
Blogger Rob said...

And actually I need to find a new way of saying "something good for you that doesn't taste good." I really like broccoli...

12:05 AM, June 23, 2007  
Blogger haahnster said...

OL: I read the same thing (though, of course, Citizen Kane was ranked #1 before, as well).

KK: You just might be onto something!

Rob: Soooo true. Those putting C.K. at #1 are the same types that rank Sgt. Pepper's #1 on album lists. And, I suppose that satisfies at least one definition of "greatest" or "best." It just doesn't mean they are the most watchable and/or listenable today!

8:32 AM, June 23, 2007  
Blogger Beth said...

See, child, you're too young to understand how Sgt. Pepper revolutionized the music industry. For you, it's an album that's been around all your life. For one who was living when it was released, you can't help but understand its brilliance and staying power.

8:53 AM, June 24, 2007  
Blogger Keith Kennedy said...

I'm with Beth - you "youngsters" just don't get it!!!

9:42 AM, June 25, 2007  
Blogger Rob said...

But old fogeys, "influence" is only one factor in judging "greatness"! Sgt. Pepper's is and will always be brilliant in my book, but Revolver is the better listen!

11:45 AM, June 25, 2007  
Blogger Grant Miller said...

I'll wait for the books.

2:52 PM, June 25, 2007  

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