The A-List: The best of almost everything

1. Alphaville
(Jean-Luc Godard, 1965)

2. Metropolis
(Fritz Lang, 1926)

3. Tie: A Nous la Liberté
(René Clair, 1931) and
Modern Times
(Charlie Chaplin, 1936)

4. Tie: Frankenstein
(James Whale, 1931) and
Young Frankenstein
(Mel Brooks, 1974)

5. Fahrenheit 451
(François Truffaut, 1967)

6. Blade Runner
(Ridley Scott, 1982)

7. The Terminator
(James Cameron, 1984)

8. The Gods Must Be Crazy
(Jamie Uys, 1981)

9. Brazil
(Terry Gilliam, 1985)

10. RoboCop
(Paul Verhoeven, 1987)

11. They Live
(John Carpenter, 1988)

12. Gattaca
(Andrew M. Niccol, 1997)

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