We changed the rules by popular demand. We discussed it a few threads ago. Maybe I should have sent out a bat-signal, I guess I just assumed everyone was meticulously scanning through the thread 24/7. The new rule is that every new member hops in-front of Bullitt68 The new rule is that every new member joins at "the end of the line". So, technically, GSPSAKU should be after you instead of in-front of you, (my mistake). That way, an entire cycle takes place before the new member gets their turn. People like HenryFlower or Rimbaud, for example, who joined under the old system, only had to wait 4-5 weeks before it was their turn. If they had joined under the new system, all the old members would have received a week before they did. So instead of being a chronological list of join dates.... it's now a queue. I suspect my own development could be the same. Though I've only seen it once. Yeah. I guess I just thought it was expertly told. Really wrestling with a person deepest and most innermost convictions and such. The "Sun" moment (which I assume you haven't seen) was a real emotional gut punch for the main character, and brought in a truly interesting socio-cultural angle to the film and its theme. Basically, I think it just communicated and handled its theme and drama excellently. Of course... I knew this all along Spoiler Plz don't Khabib me Spoiler Plz Khabib him Wow... who in the hell wins this list? Has to be Leone, I suppose? One of the best movies of all time (West) + 2 of the best Westerns of all time (Few Dollars and GBU) + 2 great Westerns (Dynamite more-so than Fistfull). Huston's line up is just as insane as well (never seen Strangers though). And Kubrick is always Kubrick even though everything on there is pre-GOAT Kubrick. Though of course, I haven't seen even close to everything on that list. Hard to assess Wells and Scorcese for me. I have Lolita at the bottom of my Hitchcock list sava Fear and Desire (haven't seen Killer's Kiss). But to be honest, I can barely remember it, having seen it waay before I could properly appreciate such films.