Some movies are like a bottle of wine….they taste better as the years go by.
True and thats why he changed his opinion on several movies that he regarded as average and put them on his Great Movies list (like Unforgiven and The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly). He still has not changed or reanalyzed his A Clockwork Orange. His review of said movie is way off and should be changed: Clockwork Orange review
Speaking of great movies, IMHO he has a few of those wrong as well.
Adaptation should not be on there, it is not a great movie. Being John Malkovich > Adaptation.
De Palma's Blow-out deserves to be on that list. He just did not want to put it on there right next to Blow-up. Blow-out was heavily influenced by Blow-up.
In The Mood for Love should be on there...clearly.
He already has a few Kubricks on there but Clockwork Orange is not one. The Shining is, however, included. I think thats deserving as it is one of the great horror films all time.
This post was edited on 2/17 at 7:39 pm