Introducing The #DFNYFive!

Here’s the first #DFNYFive, our five favorite flicks!  So hard to choose,  but these are the ones that consistently come to mind when people ask.  And it doesn’t necessarily mean that these are best movies ever made, just the five flicks that I can return to over and over again and enjoy just as much as the first time I saw them!

1. Annie Hall (1977)

2. Seven Samurai (1954)

3. All The President’s Men (1976)

4. A Matter of Life and Death (Stairway To Heaven) (1946)

5. Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982)

Hope you like the #DFNYFive,  what are your favorites? Looking forward to receiving some interesting responses!



5 thoughts on “Introducing The #DFNYFive!

  1. I never heard of Stairway to Heaven. Im guessing it’s not a Led Zeppelin biopic. Annie Hall and Star Trek II are great choices. My list would be Little Miss Sunshine, North by Northwest, Heathers, Requiem for a Dream and Pulp Fiction


    1. Thanks so much for your reply! Apologies for the late response, I’ve been way behind on following up on notifications here…! Please check out the hashtag #DFNYFive over at @dailyflickny, and let me know if you’d like me to post your DFNYFive Flicks! Thanks again and have a great day! Todd


  2. Guys
    @DailyFlickNY #DFNYFive
    you will be confused by my list 🙂 anyway!

    Western :
    The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance – directed by John Ford , 1962

    Drama / War :
    The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas – directed by Mark Herman , 2008

    Drama/Thriller :
    Death and the Maiden – directed by Roman Polanski , 1994

    Drama / Romance
    White Nights – directed by Luchino Visconti , 1957

    An Omnibus film
    La ricotta – directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini , 1963

    Thanks !

    #Cinema #film #movie


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