Favorite older films watched during 2014

Watched for the first time in 2014. All rated 4.5/5 (9 out of 10) on letterboxd. In case you’re wondering, I’m excluding films from the 2010s, and I’m not including rewatches or short films.

Upon reflection, I changed some scores from 8/10 to 9/10. So in a few cases, the scores are wrong in the reviews I link to. In random order:

Das Boot (1981) (director’s cut) (Wolfgang Petersen) (review)

Stop Making Sense (1984) (Jonathan Demme) (mini-review)

The Hill (1965) (Sidney Lumet) (mini-review)

The Holy Mountain (1973) (Alejandro Jodorowsky) (mini-review) (notes from A Story of Film)

4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days (2007) (Cristian Mungiu) (mini-review)

Malcolm X (1992) (Spike Lee) (review)

The Firemen’s Ball (1967) (Milos Forman) (review)

Strangers on a Train (1951) (Alfred Hitchcock) (mini-review)

The Circus (1928) (Charles Chaplin) (mini-review)

Christiane F. (1981) (Uli Edel) (mini-review)

Come and See (1985) (Elem Klimov) (review)

Wake in Fright (1971) (Ted Kotcheff) (mini-review)

The Princess Bride (1987) (Rob Reiner) (mini-review)

Duck Soup (1933) (Leo McCarey) (review)

A Night at The Opera (1935) (Sam Wood, Edmund Goulding) (mini-review)

Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) (Robert Zemeckis) (mini-review)

Bottle Rocket (1996) (Wes Anderson) (mini-review)

Insomnia (2002) (Christopher Nolan) (mini-review)

La Cérémonie (1995) (Claude Chabrol)

Seen any of these? Agree or disagree? Which films did you give a 9/10 or 10/10 score in 2014? Thoughts are welcome in the comments