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Mel Brooks movies ranked from best to worst
« on: November 20, 2020, 11:56:24 PM »
Only the movies he's directed.

1. Young Frankenstein
2. Blazing Saddles
3. The Producers (1969)
4. Spaceballs
5. Robin Hood: Men In Tights
6. History of the World: Part 1
7. High Anxiety
8. Silent Movie
9. Life Stinks
10. The Twelve Chairs
11. Dracula: Dead and Loving It
Go kicking and screaming, lol, it all means the same on January 21st.

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Re: Mel Brooks movies ranked from best to worst
« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2020, 01:02:02 AM »
Personally I put blazing saddles at the top, but those are the top 2 for sure and it's practically a toss up. I still laugh every time I watch either of them.
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Re: Mel Brooks movies ranked from best to worst
« Reply #2 on: November 21, 2020, 01:08:51 AM »
YF, definitely #1 for me. And I would say easily top 5 of all time (My top 5 shifts around a lot). Absolute and utter pure genius at every note. Blazing, easy second.

I have to go back and watch The Twelve Chairs. I haven't seen it in decades, but my recollection was that I loved it and might move it up.

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Re: Mel Brooks movies ranked from best to worst
« Reply #3 on: November 21, 2020, 01:37:43 AM »
Personally I put blazing saddles at the top, but those are the top 2 for sure and it's practically a toss up. I still laugh every time I watch either of them.

It's a tough choice for sure. They're both two of the funniest movies of all time.

YF, definitely #1 for me. And I would say easily top 5 of all time (My top 5 shifts around a lot). Absolute and utter pure genius at every note. Blazing, easy second.

I have to go back and watch The Twelve Chairs. I haven't seen it in decades, but my recollection was that I loved it and might move it up.

Bottom line: Mel, a National Treasure.

Twelve Chairs has that potential for me too, and possibly Silent Movie. I haven't seen either in a very long time.
Go kicking and screaming, lol, it all means the same on January 21st.

Before this is over I'm betting you eat those landslide words :)

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