The famous 2000 film that put Christopher Nolan on the map tells the story of a man on the hunt for the man he thinks killed his wife.
Good list, glad to see Memento up there as well - it deserves to be.
Great list! Agree with it almost 100%. Very glad to see Raging Bull
(or any Thelma Schoonmaker work in the top), Apocalypse Now, All That Jazz
(amazing editing), Bonnie and Clyde, The Godfather, JFK
, and The French Connection
(another amazing editing) among the top 10. Can't really recall why The Fugitive, A Hard Day's Night
are on the list.
As for the rest, I'd also highlight:
also highlighted - red:
I'd also say this list is a "must see" list as well.
Dody Dorn should've stayed with Nolan
it should be no 1 of all time .
And Inception wasn't even nominated for best film editing at the Oscars.