Kate, First, let me say that I admire your dedication and thoroughness in creating this list. These qualities deserve at least some level of respect. Beyond that, though, this list seems to be the product of a dull, limited, depressingly conventional mind. As a piece of writing, this article is perfunctory and unimaginative. As film criticism, it is profoundly shallow, if you’ll allow me an oxymoron. (I’m sorry to say, I kind of skimmed through the middle parts.) I expected lively, fresh insights. What I got was pabulum. BuzzFeed might as well have gotten a border collie to review these 85 films by sticking its paws in the air or wagging its tail each time it saw something it liked. I regret having invested time in this. I wish you better luck with the next article. This one cannot be salvaged. May your future writing endeavors not involve film criticism, as you have nothing of real value to say on the subject and are wasting the time of your audience. I rarely agreed with Pauline Kael either, but at least what she wrote was worth the reader’s time. A good film critic has the eye of an artist and the soul of a philosopher. Judging purely by this one article, you have neither.