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Roger Ebert's Top Films Of His Career

Roger Ebert compiled "Top Ten" film lists every year, dating back to 1967. Here are his favorite movies from the past 45 years.

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1967: Bonnie and Clyde.

1968: The Battle of Algiers.

1969: Z.

1970: Five Easy Pieces.

1971: The Last Picture Show.

1972: The Godfather.

1973: Cries and Whispers.

1974: Scenes from a Marriage.

1975: Nashville.

1976: Small Change.

1977: 3 Women.

1968: An Unmarried Woman.

1979: Apocalypse Now.

1980: The Black Stallion.

1981: My Dinner With Andre.

1982: Sophie's Choice.

1983: The Right Stuff.

1984: Amadeus.

1985: The Color Purple.

1986: Platoon.

1987: House of Games.

1988: Mississippi Burning.

1989: Do the Right Thing.

1990: GoodFellas.

1991: JFK.

1992: Malcolm X.

1994: Hoop Dreams.

1995: Leaving Las Vegas.

1996: Fargo.

1997: Eve's Bayou.

1998: Dark City.

1999: Being John Malkovich.

2000: Almost Famous.

2001: Monster's Ball.

2002: Minority Report.

2003: Monster.

2004: Million Dollar Baby.

2005: Crash.

2006: Pan's Labyrinth.

2007: Juno.

NOTE: Roger Ebert chose to list his favorite films of 2008 and 2009 alphabetically.

Here's the list from 2008 and here's the list from 2009.

2010: The Social Network.

2011: A Separation.

2012: Argo.

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