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Roger Ebert's Favorite Movies Over The Past Five Decades

Roger Ebert Favorite Movies

First Posted: 04/04/13 EDT Updated: 04/05/13 EDT

On April 4, legendary movie critic Roger Ebert died at the age of 70.

Celebrated for his lively reviews and extensive film knowledge, Ebert spent his career reviewing movies for the Chicago Sun-Times. Each year, Ebert compiled his favorite films, spanning almost 50 years.

Click through below to see Ebert's favorite film from each year.

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  • "Argo"

  • "A Separation"

  • "The Social Network"

  • "The Hurt Locker"

  • "Synecdoche, New York"

  • "Juno"

  • "Pan's Labyrinth"

  • "Crash"

  • "Million Dollar Baby"

  • "Monster"

  • "Minority Report"

  • "Monster's Ball"

  • "Almost Famous"

  • "Being John Malkovich"

  • "Dark City"

  • "Eve's Bayou"

  • "Fargo"

  • "Leaving Las Vegas"

  • "Hoop Dreams"

  • "Schindler's List"

  • "Malcolm X"

  • "JFK"

  • "Goodfellas"

  • "Do The Right Thing"

  • "Mississippi Burning"

  • "House of Games"

  • "Platoon"

  • "The Color Purple"

  • "Amadeus"

  • "The Right Stuff"

  • Screening of "Sophie's Choice"

  • "My Dinner With Andre"

  • "The Black Stallion"

  • "Apocalypse Now"

  • "An Unmarried Woman"

  • "3 Women"

  • "Small Change"

  • "Nashville"

  • "Scenes from a Marriage"

  • "Cries and Whispers"

  • "The Godfather"

  • "The Last Picture Show"

  • "Five Easy Pieces"

  • "Z"

  • "The Battle Of Algiers"

  • "Bonnie And Clyde"