100 Movie Recommendations in One Minute

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  • Published on Jan 14, 2022
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  • Erudite Lemur
    Erudite Lemur 4 months ago +35303

    Timestamps, thanks to everyone in the comments who helped:
    1 - 0:00 Throne of Blood (1957)
    2 - 0:00 The Artist (2011)
    3 - 0:01 Sunset Boulevard (1950)
    4 - 0:01 Ikiru (1952)
    5 - 0:02 Seven Samurai (1954)
    6 - 0:03 Modern Times (1936)
    7 - 0:03 Citzen Kane (1941)
    8 - 0:04 Yojimbo (1961)
    9 - 0:04 The Apartment (1960)
    10 - 0:05 Raging Bull (1980)
    11 - 0:05 Clerks (1994)
    12 - 0:06 Eraserhead
    13 - 0:07 Dr. Strangelove
    14 - 0:07 Psycho
    15 - 0:08 The Lighthouse
    16 - 0:08 Kill Bill Vol 1
    17 - 0:09 La Dolce Vita
    18 - 0:10 The Haunting (1963)
    19 - 0:11 Lawrence of Arabia
    20 - 0:11 Star Wars: A New Hope
    21 - 0:12 Midnight Cowboy
    22 - 0:12 Robocop
    23 - 0:13 It Follows
    24 - 0:13 Die Hard
    25 - 0:14 Sonatine (1993)
    26 - 0:15 The Thing (1982)
    27 - 0:15 Wall-E
    28 - 0:16 La La Land
    29 - 0:16 The Incredibles
    30 - 0:17 Jurassic Park
    31 - 0:18 The Lion King
    32 - 0:18 Up
    33 - 0:19 Monster's Inc.
    34 - 0:19 Hana-Bi
    35 - 0:20 The Exorcist 1973
    36 - 0:21 Eyes Wide Shut
    37 - 0:21 Phantom Thread
    38 - 0:22 Inception
    39 - 0:22 Ponyo
    40 - 0:23 Porco Rosso
    41 - 0:23 Jaws (1975)
    42 - 0:24 I’m thinking of ending things
    43 - 0:25 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (2011)
    44 - 0:26 Almost Famous
    45 - 0:26 Chinatown
    46 - 0:27 Rear Window
    47 - 0:27 Playtime
    48 - 0:28 The Godfather Part II
    49 - 0:28 Raiders of the Lost Ark
    50 - 0:29 Alice in Wonderland (1951)
    51 - 0:29 Lilo & Stitch
    52 - 0:30 The Little Mermaid
    53 - 0:31 Suspiria (1977)
    54 - 0:32 Mulholland Dr.
    55 - 0:32 Amadeus
    56 - 0:33 Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood
    57 - 0:34 The Good The Bad and The Ugly (1966)
    58 - 0:34 Toy Story 2
    59 - 0:35 Django Unchained
    60 - 0:35 Texas Chainsaw Massacre
    61 - 0:36 Mad Max: Fury Road
    62 - 0:37 Stalker (1979)
    63 - 0:37 The Matrix Reloaded (2003)
    64 - 0:38 Dawn of the Dead (1978)
    65 - 0:38 Hot Fuzz
    66 - 0:39 Paddington 2
    67 - 0:40 Ratatouille (2007)
    68 - 0:40 Casino Royale
    69 - 0:41 Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring 2001
    70 - 0:42 Spider-Man (2002)
    71 - 0:42 Blade Runner
    72 - 0:42 Vertigo
    73 - 0:43 Zodiac 2007
    74 - 0:44 Se7en
    75 - 0:44 Parasite 2019
    76 - 0:45 The Social Network
    77 - 0:45 My Neighbour Totoro
    78 - 0:46 Jackie Brown
    79 - 0:46 Apocalypse Now
    80 - 0:47 Whiplash 2014
    81 - 0:48 The Florida Project
    82 - 0:48 Kiki's Delivery Service 1989
    83 - 0:49 Little Miss Sunshine
    84 - 0:49 Nightcrawler 2014
    85 - 0:50 Howl's Moving Castle
    86 - 0:50 The Shining 1980
    87 - 0:51 The Truman Show
    88 - 0:52 Pinocchio (1940)
    89 - 0:52 The Big Lebowski
    90 - 0:53 Napoleon Dynamite 2004
    91 - 0:53 Spirited Away
    92 - 0:54 Aladdin 1992
    93 - 0:55 ET
    94 - 0:55 Nightmare before Christmas
    95 - 0:56 Goodfellas
    96 - 0:56 Beauty and the Beast 1991
    97 - 0:57 Finding Nemo
    98 - 0:57 Pulp Fiction
    99 - 0:58 2001 A space Odyssey
    100 - 0:59 Some RKO movie, but probably Notorious (1946)

    • Greg Haylett
      Greg Haylett 3 months ago +1

      The comment section never fails to provide

    • Wonder with a Z
      Wonder with a Z 4 months ago

      thanks a bunch

    • Tan
      Tan 4 months ago

      Also, thank you everyone that helped get the list to completion! I very much appreciate that :)

    • Tan
      Tan 4 months ago

      None of these movies miss holy shit

  • Connor Lamphier
    Connor Lamphier 4 months ago +472

    I would watch a review on every single one of these movies. Dunkey, I know it’s a passion that you might not want to turn into a job, but if you wanted to make a serious film review channel in the format of the reviews you do on movies in here, I and so many others would love that.

    • Trippin Hard
      Trippin Hard 22 days ago

      You should watch his Spiderman 3 review

    • Adam Premium
      Adam Premium Month ago

      Dunkey on RedLetterMedia when?

    • Ved Aryan
      Ved Aryan 2 months ago +1

      @MadMikesChannel there's like one reviewer other than dunkey who has the same passion and knows about movies, Chris. He's had bad reviews but at least for me most of the time he puts to words what i feel about a movie , without spoiling anything.

    • Horzinicla
      Horzinicla 3 months ago +3

      I dont think he needs another channel, he can just make them here

    • MadMikesChannel
      MadMikesChannel 3 months ago +9

      He's far better at it than other TheXvidrs I've seen do reviews. I'd love to see more reviews as well.

  • Tudor Barratt
    Tudor Barratt 4 months ago +126

    It's a testament to how visually cohesive and iconic each of these films by the fact that I was able to recognise most of them from just a single shot. This is a fantastic list!

    • Rafterman Howard
      Rafterman Howard 28 days ago +2

      Not just that, it also shows how much Dunkey actually knows about cinema. I think it would be easy to pick a non-iconic shot from most of these and make the whole thing way less recognizable. You need to really have internalized these films to pick out the best 0.3 seconds you can each time.

  • Antmansv
    Antmansv 3 months ago +5

    List of Films in Release Order with the name of the directors
    1936 Charlie Chaplin Modern Times
    1940 Ben Sharpsteen, Hamilton Luske Pinocchio
    1941 Orson Welles Citzen Kane
    1946 Alfred Hitchcock Notorious
    1950 Billy Wilder Sunset Boulevard
    1951 Hamilton Luske, Wilfred Jackson, Clyde Geronimi Alice in Wonderland
    1952 Akira Kurosawa Ikiru
    1954 Akira Kurosawa Seven Samurai
    1954 Alfred Hitchcock Rear Window
    1957 Akira Kurosawa Throne of Blood
    1958 Alfred Hitchcock Vertigo
    1960 Billy Wilder The Apartment
    1960 Alfred Hitchcock Psycho
    1960 Federico Fellini La Dolce Vita
    1961 Akira Kurosawa Yojimbo
    1962 David Lean Lawrence of Arabia
    1963 Robert Wise The Haunting
    1964 Stanley Kubrick Dr. Strangelove
    1966 Sergio Leone The Good The Bad and The Ugly
    1967 Jacques Tati Playtime
    1968 Stanley Kubrick 2001: A Space Odyssey
    1969 John Schlesinger Midnight Cowboy
    1973 William Friedkin The Exorcist
    1974 Roman Polanski Chinatown
    1974 Francis Ford Coppola The Godfather Part II
    1974 Tobe Hooper Texas Chainsaw Massacre
    1975 Steven Spielberg Jaws
    1977 David Lynch Eraserhead
    1977 George Lucas Star Wars: A New Hope
    1977 Dario Argento Suspiria
    1978 George A. Romero Dawn of the Dead
    1979 Andrei Tarkovsky Stalker
    1979 Francis Ford Coppola Apocalypse Now
    1980 Martin Scorsese Raging Bull
    1980 Stanley Kubrick The Shining
    1981 Steven Spielberg Raiders of the Lost Ark
    1982 John Carpenter The Thing
    1982 Ridley Scott Blade Runner
    1982 Steven Spielberg ET
    1984 Milos Forman Amadeus
    1987 Paul Verhoeven Robocop
    1988 John McTiernan Die Hard
    1988 Hayao Miyazaki My Neighbor Totoro
    1989 Ron Clements, John Musker The Little Mermaid
    1989 Hayao Miyazaki Kiki's Delivery Service
    1990 Martin Scorsese Goodfellas
    1991 Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise Beauty and the Beast
    1992 Hayao Miyazaki Porco Rosso
    1992 Ron Clements, John Musker Aladdin
    1993 Takeshi Kitano Sonatine
    1993 Steven Spielberg Jurassic Park
    1993 Henry Selick The Nightmare Before Christmas
    1994 Kevin Smith Clerks
    1994 Roger Allers, Rob Minkoff The Lion King
    1994 Quentin Tarantino Pulp Fiction
    1995 David Fincher Se7en
    1997 Takeshi Kitano Fireworks
    1997 Quentin Tarantino Jackie Brown
    1998 Peter Weir The Truman Show
    1998 Joel Coen The Big Lebowski
    1999 Stanley Kubrick Eyes Wide Shut
    1999 John Lasseter Toy Story 2
    2000 Cameron Crowe Almost Famous
    2001 Pete Docter Monster's Inc.
    2001 David Lynch Mulholland Dr.
    2001 Peter Jackson Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring
    2001 Hayao Miyazaki Spirited Away
    2002 Chris Sanders, Dean DeBlois Lilo & Stitch
    2002 Sam Raimi Spider-Man
    2003 Quentin Tarantino Kill Bill Vol 1
    2003 Lilly Wachowski, Lana Wachowski The Matrix Reloaded
    2003 Andrew Stanton Finding Nemo
    2004 Brad Bird The Incredibles
    2004 Hayao Miyazaki Howl's Moving Castle
    2004 Jared Hess Napoleon Dynamite
    2006 Martin Campbell Casino Royale
    2006 Jonathan Dayton, Valeria Faris Little Miss Sunshine
    2007 Edgar Wright Hot Fuzz
    2007 Brad Bird Ratatouille
    2007 David Fincher Zodiac
    2008 Andrew Stanton Wall-E
    2008 Hayao Miyazaki Ponyo
    2009 Pete Docter Up
    2010 Christopher Nolan Inception
    2010 David Yates Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2
    2010 David Fincher The Social Network
    2011 Michel Hazanavicius The Artist
    2012 Quentin Tarantino Django Unchained
    2014 David Robert Mitchell It Follows
    2014 Damien Chazelle Whiplash
    2014 Dan Gilroy Nightcrawler
    2015 George Miller Mad Max: Fury Road
    2016 Damien Chazelle La La Land
    2017 Paul Thomas Anderson Phantom Thread
    2017 Paul King Paddington 2
    2017 Sean Baker The Florida Project
    2019 Robert Eggers The Lighthouse
    2019 Quentin Tarantino Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood
    2019 Bong Joon-ho Parasite
    2020 Charlie Kaufman I’m Thinking of Ending Things

  • Saeed Baig
    Saeed Baig 4 months ago +27

    Can we just appreciate how well some of these edits fit next to each other? Like the wind from 0:03 to 0:04, the desert from 0:10 to 0:12, the burning wrecks from 0:14 to 0:15, the stars from 0:15 to 0:16, the flying from 0:16 to 0:19, etc. Bunch others I'm not mentioning but almost every shot is followed by one with a similar setting.

    • Lirian Shabani
      Lirian Shabani 2 months ago +6

      Yeah and even though he obviously planned it like this it still doesn’t feel forced because they’re all actually really good movies. Wonder how many hours it took to make this 1 minute video just because of these meticulous details. Dunkey always puts in that extra effort, even when it’s completely unnecessary, even to this day when he’s so far into his TheXvid career. No one quite like him.

  • ssnewp
    ssnewp 4 months ago +13797

    I like it when Dunkey posts about cinema. It's clearly something he adores, even if his channel isn't structured around it

    • Leon K
      Leon K 2 months ago

      " i like when donkey do something, i like donkey"

    • Lego Lax
      Lego Lax 2 months ago

      Like in Donkey Kong December with Super Donkey Kong Shake

    • Z-Chan
      Z-Chan 2 months ago

      @Ryan bruh wha

    • Z-Chan
      Z-Chan 2 months ago

      @HPRshredder whar

  • Chimp Master
    Chimp Master 6 days ago

    Damn, imagine how long it took for him to find all these scenes and put them together so they fit as well as they do.
    You really can't ever predict what Dunkey's going to do next.

  • Brett Friesen
    Brett Friesen 4 months ago +8

    Dunks, my boy. You clearly have a fondness for films and cinema. I think I speak for all of us when I say that some solid movie content is a bit of an untapped goldmine for your channel. Personally I've always thought what the movie scene on TheXvid was missing were some genuine strand type commentaires and dunkviews from TheXvid's premiere musical show host/rapper.

  • Ziggy
    Ziggy 4 months ago +15

    At first I thought my audio was bugged out, but then I remembered that Dunkey is a master of silent films. Effortlessly conveying a message with the painstakingly minute effort put into every 1.33 second clip

    • Ziggy
      Ziggy 4 months ago

      @Scott Mccoppin honestly looking back on it i have no idea how i fucked up my math that bad but i think it has to do with how many 3’s i had floating around my brain in a not-so sober state

    • Ziggy
      Ziggy 4 months ago

      @Scott Mccoppin eh, i did it in my head for the joke. i was stoned and somehow thought
      1/3 of 60 = 30 and that 60 + 30 = 100. don’t do drugs, kids

    • Scott Mccoppin
      Scott Mccoppin 4 months ago

      Might want to check your math

  • Rude Boys Podcast
    Rude Boys Podcast 4 months ago +7

    SO glad to see Nightcrawler (2014) on this list at 0:49. My favorite film of all time that gets better with every rewatch and one of the best performances of Jake Gyllenhaal's entire career, hands down.

  • Just Some Guy without a Mustache

    Smart way to not get copyright striked 100 times. no need for sound.

    • Philip Reid
      Philip Reid 4 months ago

      @Chickenwomp Find this hard to believe, since most people (if not all) would try playing another video in the same tab.

    • TrollingDemonz
      TrollingDemonz 4 months ago

      Well anyways, I just play Winter by Antonio Vivaldi while watching. Fits really well, scarily well to be honest.

    • Chickenwomp
      Chickenwomp 4 months ago +1

      oh what the fuck, i just messed with my computer settings for like 20 minutes trying to get sound

    • Yixdy
      Yixdy 4 months ago

      @Import Junkie what kind of imports? Euros? JDM? Dare I say.... Korean?

    • James
      James 4 months ago +1

      I was tripping so hard trying to figure out why my audio wasn't working

  • wuoi zuiu
    wuoi zuiu 4 months ago +1

    Have ~90% of these in my collection already. Glad to see that Dunk continues to be a man of STYLE and GRACE.

  • Jesse C.
    Jesse C. 4 months ago +4

    This touched me on an emotional level, brought back a lot of good memories from movies I haven't seen in a long time. Thank you Dunk.

  • TimeBucks
    TimeBucks 4 months ago +952

    how iconic those movies really are!

  • CadetRedShirt
    CadetRedShirt 4 months ago +2

    Im honestly shocked at how many of these ive already seen and how quickly my brain processes the emotions i felt watching them

  • Fresh out The oven
    Fresh out The oven 4 months ago +2243

    loved the sound design on this one dunkey, the music clashed with your voice, creating a storm of audio cues that left me fascinated. I felt as if my mind was drowning in stimuli, as the sound effects of the movie played in the background. Layers upon layers of audio, however none of them meshed together. All distinct, all clear in your mind, right when you expected silence. There it was. Like divine intervention. The sound of dunkey’s voice. thank you for this masterpiece of mixing dunkey. Thank you so much. i have deleted all my music streaming software, from now on I will only listen to this video. I guess they were lying when they said nothing is perfect
    edit: I listened to this video for the tenth time now, im lost. I know there is deeper meaning behind this. This video, I can feel it, the audio screams inside of me, there has to be more. The beautiful sounds are a facade. A sort of red herring, to hide the true meaning. A lie. It is not a video at all. And these sounds aren’t sounds, just because it has adopted a video to relay itself does not mean that it is a video. I cannot explain this in full but; this video is just an instance, a moment in the works of god, of dunkey. before you continue reading, please consider watching this video again. the title, top 100 movie recommendations in 1 minute. To really dig deep into this, I need to think of one thing, you need to think of one thing. The main thing found in the title that is. what is time. A minute, what identifies a minute. to say that 60 seconds is a minute, would be a lie. Time is relative, time can change with gravity, perhaps we all perceive time differently. What may feel like a minute to you, may be an hour to dunkey. This man dunkey, how long was this for him, a minute. How long was it for you a minute. But there will always be a gap between minds. I think this explains the pure nature and excellence of this video. As to why the layers of audio flow so well. Could you imagine, the symphonies of Mozart, an hour of them. Shrunk to a minute? A bird’s song; the song of a bird trying to find the love of his life. Shrunk to a minute. Impossible as it may seem, I feel this is what dunkey has done. This video also delves into the depths of dunkey’s mind. One. Hundred. Movies. The tears, the laughs, and the joy dunkey has felt from these movies, is bestowed upon us. The undeserving listeners. We have only this video as a peek into his mind. This video is not only a commentary on time and space, but the inner workings of man. The mind is something greater however, greater than I gave it credit for at first glance. Dunkey is sending us a message, the mind is something greater, guys don’t you see. Have you ever thought about it, dunkey has thought about it. To create this he has had to think about something. And that in itself. The concept of an idea, an idea is immortal. Will dunkey live forever, because his thoughts live forever? By showing this video to us, by letting us listen to these ample recordings he has immortalized himself and this video. And immortality lasts beyond space and time, an idea, will last longer than the universe. Humanity will continue on, and push to heights one cannot imagine at this very moment, we’ll explore and Inhabit space. And as people come and go, be born and die, their thoughts will last forever. And in dunkey’s video and his beautiful video, his idea will still be here. Even if earth gets destroyed as long as a speck of humanity is left they will carry with them a record. But ideas are only idea, life may not be what we think. Life is only what you live, but the real life is only what there is in your imagination. And as dunkey fills my imagination with this wonderful audio I can only think, I know that my children’s children’s children, will see this video. They will listen to these noises. They will see this video. And just like me, experience for the first time in their lives. True perfection.
    3/10 video I didn’t see the garfield movie in there, cmon dunkey, you know the garfield movie is one of the best.

    • Firewall
      Firewall 3 months ago

      this man really sat down and typed all that lol

    • Jordan Trizisky
      Jordan Trizisky 4 months ago +1

      Imagine being deaf lol... Wait no... Don't do that.

    • chuckchuk
      chuckchuk 4 months ago +1

      This is probably one of the best comments I've seen on probably one of the best videos I've seen on youtube. This will go down in my memory.

    • Jordan Trizisky
      Jordan Trizisky 4 months ago +2

      Okay so I ordered a new phone... Can't wait to hear the audio

    • Kierahn Karkaria
      Kierahn Karkaria 4 months ago +1

      @Fresh out The oven this is all I needed to hear

  • Eve Tyler
    Eve Tyler 4 months ago +5

    I love that you included animated films and older grayscale ones. Does anyone have a time stamp list?

  • rpsyco
    rpsyco 4 months ago

    It's always exciting when Dunkey makes videos with as much as as this one. Truly his mic was perfect.

  • An Actual Loaf
    An Actual Loaf 4 months ago +3

    Magnificent. You were able to pick some of the most memorable moments from the greatest and most iconic films of all time that allowed you to identify said movies within milliseconds. Showcasing of lifetime of memories and unforgettable moments. The amount of nostalgia I felt was overwhelming.

  • Petko Petkov
    Petko Petkov 4 months ago +3

    You know a movie is good when it takes just half a second from a random scene to steer up memories.

  • Ethan Maja
    Ethan Maja 4 months ago +2498

    The fact that dunkey is able to put out another masterpiece less than a month after the magnum opus that was "Donkey Kong December" proves that he truly is the best youtube

    • rpsyco
      rpsyco 4 months ago +1

      And not a single dislike

    • Derek Yatsko
      Derek Yatsko 4 months ago +1

      truly the greatest youtube that can ever be

    • Hard 2Find
      Hard 2Find 4 months ago +2

      “The best TheXvid” indeed quote that

    • GodZilla (Balake)
      GodZilla (Balake) 4 months ago +2

      Ill never forget Donkey Kong December.

    • Malcolm Wint
      Malcolm Wint 4 months ago +3

      Dom’t forget ablout his auteur film "donkey kong milkshake".

  • Pedro Mansilha Branco
    Pedro Mansilha Branco 4 months ago +1

    Cinema, gaming, music, this man speaks culture on every video he makes.

  • doormantdarner
    doormantdarner 4 months ago +4

    Seen 94 of these films feels so good to know that Dunkey has such a passion for films, he should really make more videos on them.

    • Lord Pringle
      Lord Pringle 2 months ago +1

      Not that impressive given that this looks more like a list of the 100 most acclaimed and popular films ever.

  • epicdave01
    epicdave01 2 months ago

    I can’t wait for Dunkey to make a second channel where he exclusively talks about movies because he seems to have such love for cinema.

  • Rubidium
    Rubidium 3 months ago +1

    I really did enjoy this video and thought it did a great job showcasing all the best movies, but I can’t get over the failure of appearance by Adam Sandler’s Click (2006). As the rest of the video was great, I can dismiss this as an exporting error for the time being, but I hope this does get resolved in due time.

  • Brad Taste In Music
    Brad Taste In Music 4 months ago +3211

    Dear Dunkey,
    I have been watching you for 20 years, and this is by far the most confused I have ever been with a video of yours. Please explain this. Thank you

    • runningoutofspac
      runningoutofspac 4 months ago

      It's just a compilation of scenes from 100 movies. He's recommending all of these movies to us. This video is great because it effectively transitions from each scene to the next with finesse because of how the color/aesthetic of each one moves to the next. Hope this clears up any confusion.

    • XtraChromyHomie
      XtraChromyHomie 4 months ago +1

      By having no music your are forced to really focus and pay attention

    • Oscar
      Oscar 4 months ago

      He likes movies so he made an edit recommending them

    • anubis
      anubis 4 months ago

      movee

    • Jambo
      Jambo 4 months ago

      Putting it on 0.25 speed didn’t help me understand half the movies

  • bautista barabino
    bautista barabino 4 months ago

    I've seen like over 70 of these movies and i gotta say, Dunkey truly owns my heart when it comes to movie picks.

  • Aleksei
    Aleksei 4 months ago

    Damn do I have a lot of movies to watch, been trying to make my way through the classics and the highly praised stuff for the last couple of years whenever I’m in the mood for a good movie. A lot of the movies in this video are on my watchlist, thanks dunkey, very cool

  • A Sneaky Lawn Gnome
    A Sneaky Lawn Gnome 3 months ago

    Whoa, thanks for sharing some of your favorite movies with us Dunkey! A lot of em here I would never have expected

  • Jimbodawg
    Jimbodawg 4 months ago

    You are a genius dunkey. This was very touching. Great lineup.

  • A Random Wobbuffet
    A Random Wobbuffet 4 months ago +1313

    With no sound or anything he can still prove it’s that easy to get no dislikes!

    • Joaquin Bauman
      Joaquin Bauman 4 months ago

      @YeaMan learn to spell page right first

    • Jacob Spencer
      Jacob Spencer 4 months ago

      You cant hear this?

    • Devon with an i
      Devon with an i 4 months ago

      Such a funny joke you commented.

    • A Random Wobbuffet
      A Random Wobbuffet 4 months ago

      @jknifgijdfui you do realize that if you want to prevent from having to hear the joke then being on the opposite of TheXvid’s side of the people that want dislikes back causing the comment section to not be able to say anything about the dislike count lmao

  • Hunter
    Hunter 4 months ago

    Dunkey’s best of 2021 video had a few surprises! Conker: Live and Reloaded was an easy pick for the list but Jumpin Bean Jamboree I was not expecting. Glad Sonic R finally beat out Super Mario Bros. 2 for the top spot!

  • Colbsmovies
    Colbsmovies 4 months ago +1

    I love the fact that most of my personal favorites were in here! Especially Yojimbo, such a slept on film.

  • cpudude30k
    cpudude30k 4 months ago

    I really appreciate how you not only focus on the games and titles of today, but have a true love of the history of media and how we got here. This list is of films (especially the classic titles) are really quintessential to understanding how stories are told today. They are all incredible picks.

  • Mike
    Mike 4 months ago

    I love this, but I’m really starting to worry that we just aren’t getting a best of 2021 vid and that’s a bummer. Those are usually my favorite dunk vids

  • Peridot II
    Peridot II 4 months ago +1050

    Jokes aside, I think this video really shows how incredible these films are that they’re all recognisable in under half a second of silent footage.

    • tadder sauce
      tadder sauce 4 months ago

      @Bryn EG Ur not wrong. I wanted to find an x-rated movie once and saw midnight cowboy on the list. I looked at trailers, synopsis and what not so that scene really popped out at me. He shows Goodfellas and I was expecting Goodfellas. The scene he chose though was just Paul cutting up onions but it was immediately recognisable to me.

    • T33
      T33 4 months ago

      ​@Prison Mike "The worst thing about prison was the... was the dementors."

    • Adoo
      Adoo 4 months ago

      @Antonio Molina Torres
      lol its been a long time since i saw that video i do remember him saying unless its this guy lol. my b

    • jonathan christianity
      jonathan christianity 4 months ago

      I recognized like 3 or 4

    • Antonio Molina Torres
      Antonio Molina Torres 4 months ago +2

      @Adoo One of the first times he joked about hating anime he said
      "Unless we're talking about this guy*, you can get that shit out of my face"
      And the guy* was Miyazaki, so we can assume from that that he does like his movies

  • Zack Shilakintheakakpack

    if you put this on loop it flows seamlessly within itself, and pairs really good with just about any song.

  • jamoygali
    jamoygali 4 months ago +2

    Dunkey, PLEASE make a letterboxd account. A lot of us would love to see your catalogue of films, and it would be an easy-access way of knowing what movies you liked, didn’t like, etc.

  • kolim jone
    kolim jone 3 months ago

    Have ~90% of these in my collection already. Glad to see that Dunk continues to be a man of STYLE and GRACE.

  • Emil Entertainment
    Emil Entertainment 19 days ago +1

    This was honestly one of dunkey’s best videos but it got so few views. Makes me sad :(

  • YouTube Needs To Change
    YouTube Needs To Change 4 months ago +827

    Dunkey's uploads used to be fairly predictable, now he just uploads whatever the heck he feels like making that day and everyone just has to deal with it. Not that I'm complaining, it's amazing.

    • 195 Achmad Maulana
      195 Achmad Maulana 4 months ago

      @Skate Plays nah

    • Joshua Donnelly
      Joshua Donnelly 4 months ago +1

      @Skate Plays Yeah, no lie. His channel is definitely riding the coat tails of his earlier success. People can joke around about it all they like, but this video's been up for an hour and doesn't even have 150k views. That's garbage by dunkey standards.

    • Rando Video
      Rando Video 4 months ago

      @Beecher Greenman extension shows dislikes. they're at like 0.5%

    • Rando Video
      Rando Video 4 months ago +1

      @Skate Plays not really. go back to 2010-2014 it's not good. For one thing 80% of it was league of legends content.

  • Parkour Chris
    Parkour Chris 4 months ago

    Insane video once again. dunkey is always innovating!!!

  • Emaad Khan
    Emaad Khan 4 months ago

    How can someone produce such serious quality content and at the same time some of the funniest content on this platform it’s sometimes hard to believe it’s one guy with his own editing

  • ThatSGiB
    ThatSGiB 4 months ago

    would love to see more movie reviews from u, u very clearly have a great taste in films!

  • Maria 🔥 I WANT SЕХ 💋 F Uc_k me

    Think I've seen most of these. Would love to see a list of the movies here though. I want to see them all because Dunkey has proven to have a great taste. Like for the time when he quit playing League

  • Squidly
    Squidly 4 months ago +2250

    This is why I love Dunkey man, such a moving piece. The no audio really makes the viewer feel like batman.

    • Tormato
      Tormato 26 days ago +1

      If this guy is a TheXvidr, i’m Batman. Awful editing.

    • Ik Ben Er Pik.
      Ik Ben Er Pik. Month ago

      Like Daredevil you mean

    • Keaton Bolin
      Keaton Bolin 2 months ago

      It’s got a little something for everyone

    • Matthew Jenkins
      Matthew Jenkins 2 months ago

      how do the comments make the same joke every video and its still funny

    • 行屍走肉
      行屍走肉 2 months ago

      @Squidly This doesnt make any sense what you are saying

  • Josh Fennell
    Josh Fennell 4 months ago

    Just how happy it makes me to know Dunkey watches movies and isn't chained to the streaming chair is all I need to get from these "proof of life" videos.

  • Karol Kozik
    Karol Kozik 2 months ago +2

    I wish someone took the time to list all of the films shown. I recognised at least a dozen of them, but I'd love to have a comprehensive list to add them to my watchlist.

    • Quellzai
      Quellzai 2 months ago

      There is a comment here by Erudite Lemur that is hearted by Dunkey. They, along with other people in the thread, made the list of all 100 films

  • KXI ._.
    KXI ._. 4 months ago

    It plays just like a dream, one where you never know what’s happening and the more you try to think about it after you woke up, the more you forget

  • HanzJWermhat
    HanzJWermhat 4 months ago

    Something about the Shining shot just stands out as so unlike the rest. I know Dunkey is a big Kubrick fan. This is a great video

  • Brent
    Brent 4 months ago +223

    Here is what I believe to be all the movies shown (I have gone with the consensus where I'm not 100% sure myself). There's still a question hanging over 41 and 100 which dunkey probably just put in to mess with everyone anyway. Comment below if I've messed anything up or you're sure about those 41 or 100, thanks.
    1. Throne of Blood
    2. The Artist
    3. Sunset Boulevard
    4. Ikiru
    5. Seven Samurai
    6. Modern Times
    7. Citizen Kane
    8. Yojimbo
    9. The Apartment
    10. Raging Bull
    11. Clerks
    12. Eraserhead
    13. Dr. Strangelove
    14. Psycho
    15. The Lighthouse
    16. Kill Bill: Vol. 1
    17. La Dolce Vita
    18. The Haunting
    19. Lawrence of Arabia
    20. Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
    21. Midnight Cowboy
    22. Robocop
    23. It Follows
    24. Die Hard
    25. Sonatine
    26. The Thing
    27. WALL·E
    28. La La Land
    29. The Incredibles
    30. Jurassic Park
    31. The Lion King
    32. Up
    33. Monsters Inc.
    34. Fireworks
    35. The Exorcist
    36. Eyes Wide Shut
    37. Phantom Thread
    38. Inception
    39. Ponyo
    40. Porco Rosso
    41. Jaws (Maybe?)
    42. I'm Thinking of Ending Things
    43. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
    44. Almost Famous
    45. Blow-Up
    46. Rear Window
    47. Playtime
    48. Godfather Part II
    49. Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark
    50. Alice in Wonderland
    51. Lilo & Stitch
    52. The Little Mermaid
    53. Suspiria
    54. Mulholland Dr.
    55. Amadeus
    56. Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood
    57. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
    58. Toy Story 2
    59. Django Unchained
    60. Texas Chainsaw Massacre
    61. Mad Max: Fury Road
    62. Stalker
    63. The Matrix Reloaded
    64. Dawn of the Dead
    65. Hot Fuzz
    66. Paddington 2
    67. Ratatouille
    68. Casino Royale
    69. Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring
    70. Spider-Man
    71. Blade Runner
    72. Vertigo
    73. Zodiac
    74. Se7en
    75. Parasite
    76. The Social Network
    77. My Neighbor Totoro
    78. Jackie Brown
    79. Apocalypse Now
    80. Whiplash
    81. The Florida Project
    82. Kiki’s Delivery Service
    83. Little Miss Sunshine
    84. Nightcrawler
    85. Howl’s Moving Castle
    86. The Shining
    87. The Truman Show
    88. Pinocchio
    89. The Big Lebowski
    90. Napoleon Dynamite
    91. Spirited Away
    92. Aladdin
    93. E.T.
    94. The Nightmare Before Christmas
    95. Goodfellas
    96. Beauty and the Beast
    97. Finding Nemo
    98. Pulp Fiction
    99. 2001: A Space Odyssey
    100. ?

    • Deadpool Model T-800
      Deadpool Model T-800 4 months ago

      @Hamza Mir If you’re referring to the scene with the monkeys, the Charlie and the chocolate factory monkey scene is a reference to 2001: A space odyssey, which is number 99. Number 100 would be the “The End” card at the end.

    • Theodoro Pecora
      Theodoro Pecora 4 months ago

      Thank you for you service, sir

    • Hamza Mir
      Hamza Mir 4 months ago

      100 is Charlie and the chocolate factory. The original I think. its the scene where willy wonks transports a bar of chocolate into a TV

    • Jay L
      Jay L 4 months ago

      Where' Ratatouille?

    • Amy Caitlin
      Amy Caitlin 4 months ago

      Ty 👑 ily

  • Wertical93
    Wertical93 4 months ago +24

    Don't mind this, this is for me
    When I saw this video the first time, I had 45 ✅
    55 more to go
    Also, thank you @Erudite Lemur and his troup for putting this together
    1 - 0:00 Throne of Blood (1957)
    2 - 0:00 The Artist (2011)
    3 - 0:01 Sunset Boulevard (1950)
    4 - 0:01 Ikiru (1952)
    5 - 0:02 Seven Samurai (1954)
    6 - 0:03 Modern Times (1936)
    7 - 0:03 Citzen Kane (1941) ✅
    8 - 0:04 Yojimbo (1961)
    9 - 0:04 The Apartment (1960)
    10 - 0:05 Raging Bull (1980) ✅
    11 - 0:05 Clerks (1994)
    12 - 0:06 Eraserhead ✅
    13 - 0:07 Dr. Strangelove
    14 - 0:07 Psycho ✅
    15 - 0:08 The Lighthouse
    16 - 0:08 Kill Bill Vol 1 ✅
    17 - 0:09 La Dolce Vita
    18 - 0:10 The Haunting (1963)
    19 - 0:11 Lawrence of Arabia
    20 - 0:11 Star Wars: A New Hope ✅
    21 - 0:12 Midnight Cowboy
    22 - 0:12 Robocop
    23 - 0:13 It Follows
    24 - 0:13 Die Hard ✅
    25 - 0:14 Sonatine (1993)
    26 - 0:15 The Thing (1982) ✅
    27 - 0:15 Wall-E ✅
    28 - 0:16 La La Land
    29 - 0:16 The Incredibles ✅
    30 - 0:17 Jurassic Park ✅
    31 - 0:18 The Lion King✅
    32 - 0:18 Up ✅
    33 - 0:19 Monster's Inc. ✅
    34 - 0:19 Hana-Bi
    35 - 0:20 The Exorcist 1973
    36 - 0:21 Eyes Wide Shut
    37 - 0:21 Phantom Thread
    38 - 0:22 Inception ✅
    39 - 0:22 Ponyo
    40 - 0:23 Porco Rosso
    41 - 0:23 Jaws (1975) ✅
    42 - 0:24 I’m thinking of ending things
    43 - 0:25 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (2011) ✅
    44 - 0:26 Almost Famous
    45 - 0:26 Chinatown
    46 - 0:27 Rear Window ✅
    47 - 0:27 Playtime
    48 - 0:28 The Godfather Part II ✅
    49 - 0:28 Raiders of the Lost Ark ✅
    50 - 0:29 Alice in Wonderland (1951)
    51 - 0:29 Lilo & Stitch ✅
    52 - 0:30 The Little Mermaid ✅
    53 - 0:31 Suspiria (1977)
    54 - 0:32 Mulholland Dr. ✅
    55 - 0:32 Amadeus
    56 - 0:33 Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood ✅
    57 - 0:34 The Good The Bad and The Ugly (1966) ✅
    58 - 0:34 Toy Story 2 ✅
    59 - 0:35 Django Unchained ✅
    60 - 0:35 Texas Chainsaw Massacre
    61 - 0:36 Mad Max: Fury Road ✅
    62 - 0:37 Stalker (1979)
    63 - 0:37 The Matrix Reloaded (2003) ✅
    64 - 0:38 Dawn of the Dead (1978)
    65 - 0:38 Hot Fuzz ✅
    66 - 0:39 Paddington 2
    67 - 0:40 Ratatouille (2007)
    68 - 0:40 Casino Royale ✅
    69 - 0:41 Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring 2001 ✅
    70 - 0:42 Spider-Man (2002) ✅
    71 - 0:42 Blade Runner ✅
    72 - 0:42 Vertigo ✅
    73 - 0:43 Zodiac 2007
    74 - 0:44 Se7en ✅
    75 - 0:44 Parasite 2019 ✅
    76 - 0:45 The Social Network
    77 - 0:45 My Neighbour Totoro
    78 - 0:46 Jackie Brown ✅
    79 - 0:46 Apocalypse Now
    80 - 0:47 Whiplash 2014
    81 - 0:48 The Florida Project
    82 - 0:48 Kiki's Delivery Service 1989
    83 - 0:49 Little Miss Sunshine ✅
    84 - 0:49 Nightcrawler 2014 ✅
    85 - 0:50 Howl's Moving Castle
    86 - 0:50 The Shining 1980 ✅
    87 - 0:51 The Truman Show ✅
    88 - 0:52 Pinocchio (1940) ✅
    89 - 0:52 The Big Lebowski ✅
    90 - 0:53 Napoleon Dynamite 2004
    91 - 0:53 Spirited Away
    92 - 0:54 Aladdin 1992
    93 - 0:55 ET ✅
    94 - 0:55 Nightmare before Christmas
    95 - 0:56 Goodfellas ✅
    96 - 0:56 Beauty and the Beast 1991
    97 - 0:57 Finding Nemo ✅
    98 - 0:57 Pulp Fiction ✅
    99 - 0:58 2001 A space Odyssey
    100 - 0:59 Some RKO movie, but probably Notorious (1946)

  • Jaime Bac
    Jaime Bac 4 months ago

    dunkey's appreciation for ghibli makes me hope for his review on one of them. it will literally be be the best

  • A Hew
    A Hew 4 months ago +1

    You can tell it's a good movie if you can tell what it is from half a second of footage

  • Drew
    Drew 4 months ago

    I really wish he would show his serious side and show affection for cinema. I appreciate every facet of him but i want to see more of this interest of his

  • Nick Hunter
    Nick Hunter 4 months ago +2543

    100 Movie Recommendations AND a minute of silence to honor our fallen Comrades ALL in just one video! That is that Dunkey efficiency that we all know and love

    • Leftkarma Two
      Leftkarma Two 4 months ago +3

      Who is being honored?

    • MmmChestnut
      MmmChestnut 4 months ago

      @TippyHippy you ought not to

    • PixelHero
      PixelHero 4 months ago

      That why its silent lol

    • Rankurusu777
      Rankurusu777 4 months ago +13

      @TippyHippy you gotta get that checked out by a surgeon man, that sounds painful

    • ILubBL
      ILubBL 4 months ago +2

      F

  • Kenton
    Kenton 4 months ago +1

    Very often, I watch videos at 2x.
    Dunkey legit made me watch at .25x. Truly a master of the art of TheXvid, only Dunkey would make me slow down and appreciate life like this. Thank you, Dunkey.

    • Lilac
      Lilac 4 months ago +3

      thank you for the inspirational words, Kenton.

  • Skelter
    Skelter 4 months ago +1

    this Is some of the reason he's so creative. has a vast knowledge of knack

  • ROSE-𝔽**СК МЕ - СНЕℂ𝕂 𝕄𝕐 Рℝ𝟘𝔽𝕀𝕃Е💛

    100 Movie Recommendations AND a minute of silence to honor our fallen Comrades ALL in just one video! That is that Dunkey efficiency that we all know and love

  • Susshi- 🔥𝐆𝐨 𝐓𝐨 𝐌𝐲 𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐥 [𝐋!𝐯𝐞]

    100 Movie Recommendations AND a minute of silence to honor our fallen Comrades ALL in just one video! That is that Dunkey efficiency that we all know and love

  • felix_zip
    felix_zip 4 months ago +1466

    0:00 The Artist
    0:03 Modern Times
    0:03 Citizen Kane
    0:04 Seven Samurai
    0:11 Star Wars
    0:12 It Follows
    0:13 Die Hard
    0:14 The Thing
    0:15 Wall•E
    0:16 La La Land
    0:17 The Incredibles
    0:17 Jurassic Park
    0:17 The Lion King
    0:18 Up
    0:19 Monsters Inc.
    0:20 The Exorcist
    0:20 Eyes Wide Shut
    0:21 Inception
    0:22 Ponyo
    0:23 Porco Rosso
    0:25 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
    0:27 Playtime
    0:28 Raiders of the Lost Ark
    0:29 Alice in Wonderland
    0:29 Lilo & Stitch
    0:30 The Little Mermaid
    0:34 Toy Story 2
    0:36 Mad Max Fury Road
    0:37 The Matrix Reloaded
    0:38 Dawn of the Dead
    0:38 Hot Fuzz
    0:39 Ratatouille
    0:40 Casino Royale
    0:41 The Lord of the Rings the Two Towers
    0:42 Spiderman
    0:42 Fight Club
    0:42 Vertigo
    0:43 Zodiac
    0:43 Se7en
    0:44 Parasites
    0:45 The Social Network
    0:45 My Neighbor Totoro
    0:47 Whiplash
    0:48 Kiki's Delivery Service
    0:49 Little Miss Sunshine
    0:49 Nightcrawler
    0:51 The Shining
    0:54 Spirited Away
    0:54 Aladdin
    0:54 E.T.
    0:55 The Nightmare Before Christmas
    0:56 Goodfellas
    0:56 Beauty and the Beast
    0:57 Finding Nemo
    0:57 Pulp Fiction
    0:58 2001 A Space Odyssey

    • Chris Wyatt
      Chris Wyatt 4 months ago

      This is wrong. Fight club is definitely not in this video

    • Grant Freeman
      Grant Freeman 4 months ago

      0:06 is Eraserhead

    • Sarah Petree
      Sarah Petree 4 months ago

      I'm pretty sure that in somehow between 0:47 and 0:48 is The Florida Project dir. Sean Baker (it's a beautiful film I'd say you go check out)

    • Joseph Rikers
      Joseph Rikers 4 months ago

      Wake yourself up within my channels description for all your woke necessities

    • Brendan Barrett
      Brendan Barrett 4 months ago

      Ur missing I’m thinking of ending things it’s the shot of the car in the snow

  • Chris A
    Chris A 3 months ago

    I'm currently in a film analysis course and have seen multiple films listed in this video now that I hadn't when it was first published.
    What I'm saying is Dunkey clearly influenced my class.

  • Quinn Sula
    Quinn Sula 2 months ago

    Dunkey recommending paddington 2 is all I need to see I love that movie to death and the fact dunkey likes it is a good thing

  • Leebondoop deshoop
    Leebondoop deshoop Month ago

    I come back to this video sometimes, and on every rewatch, I am moved to tears.

  • CobraChicken
    CobraChicken 4 months ago

    Dunkey being a fan of Studio Ghibli warms my heart more than it should.
    Also the fact he recommends Ponyo first is somehow the most Dunkey thing ever

  • Moe Dali
    Moe Dali 4 months ago +708

    i have just finished watching all 100 movies, i can confirm, they are undoubtedly the best 100 movies to ever exist, thank you dunkey for your great recommendation

    • Moe Dali
      Moe Dali 4 months ago

      @Truce Music it's my special ability, i acquired it after watching 10 hours of donkey kong's hit single ''I'm Nobody's Hero'' every day during donkey kong december

    • Osian
      Osian 4 months ago +1

      In a years time, people will take this comment at face value

    • wean
      wean 4 months ago

      @YeaMan u got mad dookie on you page

    • brandonz404
      brandonz404 4 months ago

      Lol you commented this less than THREE MINUTES after he posted it

    • TheGreenRocket
      TheGreenRocket 4 months ago +5

      LMAO like dude watched all 100 movies one minute after the video came out

  • Weaponized Cringe
    Weaponized Cringe 4 months ago

    A sincere hope that Dunkey starts to ghostwrites cinema/film content and posts it on a separate channel
    A similarly sincere hope that Dunkey himself starts making more cinema/film content in a format that is allowed to differ from his usual
    A slightly different but skung hope that Dunkey becomes cinema

  • Lao Tzwho
    Lao Tzwho 4 months ago

    Worked at the theatre when The Artist came out and it had almost 0 ticket sales. I went in and saw it on my day off and was really moved, and still think on it to this day from time to time. Highly recommend!

  • James Hare
    James Hare 4 months ago

    This video was fun to try and recognize each movie in such a short blip. Surprised myself on a lot of those.

  • 321gillespie
    321gillespie 4 months ago

    Dunkey, you're my hero for knowing Beat Takeshi's stuff. Kikujiro still gets me every time.

  • RDproctor
    RDproctor 4 months ago +286

    You know what makes all of these movies great? They all have Chris Pratt in. He's so cool.

    • Manas Pradhan
      Manas Pradhan 4 months ago

      the temptation to make a joke about chris pratt in it follows is stronger than the will to not spoil it for anyone

    • Crittr
      Crittr 4 months ago +1

      Wow I can't believe my favorite commenter is so verbose and erudite! :D

    • Clawdeur
      Clawdeur 4 months ago +2

      And the Super Mario movie will be the second one released in North America! Definitely movie of the year material.

    • Darkray8000
      Darkray8000 4 months ago +8

      They also have the rock walking through a jungle in shorts aswell, very epic.

  • asioe kiou
    asioe kiou 3 months ago

    Have ~90% of these in my collection already. Glad to see that Dunk continues to be a man of STYLE and GRACE.

  • Hisham Rashid
    Hisham Rashid 4 months ago

    You know dunkey has taste when he even bring Zodiac, Social Network, Inception, Spirited Away, It Follows and Django Unchained as his recommendations.

  • Luke Cool
    Luke Cool 4 months ago

    There's an underrated movie trilogy I really love called the Koker trilogy. It's a strange, fun trilogy set in Iran and I think it's on Criterion channel if anyone wanted to watch it.

  • Paul Roche
    Paul Roche 4 months ago +1

    For those who decide to watch some of the older movies, as long as you're visiting the days of black and white anyway you oughta watch 12 Angry Men.

  • RDproctor
    RDproctor 4 months ago +554

    Dunkey not including the Super Donkey Kong Shake (which is arguably the greatest film of all time) just shows how humble he is.

    • Tom
      Tom 4 months ago

      Bunky lost all credibility

    • Paul Sebring
      Paul Sebring 4 months ago

      Dunkeys hillarious fans make him greater.

    • Crittr
      Crittr 4 months ago +2

      Wow I can't believe my favorite youtuber is so verbose and erudite! :D

    • Hippotripo
      Hippotripo 4 months ago +12

      This video was actually recorded before Donkey Kong December, so it was already sent off to the higher ups before Super Donkey Kong Shake’s theatrical release.

    • quirin guenther
      quirin guenther 4 months ago +1

      Super Mario Bros was better

  • MajoraMan
    MajoraMan 3 months ago

    Castaway, Forest Gump, and Shaw Shank are my all time favorites and Im surprised theyre not on dunkos list.

  • Rory Stewart
    Rory Stewart 4 months ago

    At first I was like "Aw it's just a 1 minute video", but I at first I was also a dumb guy because I did not see the hours of quality entertainment you have provided here. Happy to see plenty of titles which are new to me, plenty of material for movie nights.
    Since you like th classics you may want to check out - Cool Hand Luke
    1967

  • Wesam C
    Wesam C 4 months ago

    Last night, I put in a new set of earplugs to help me sleep, then browsed my phone a bit while lying in bed. I opened up TheXvid and noticed a new Dunkey upload. I selected the video and turned the volume all the way up, putting the phone right next to my ear, and still I couldn't hear anything. I noted how effective the new earplugs were and how I was really impressed with them. Too lazy to take the earplugs out, I decided I would watch the video in the morning and went to sleep.
    I just watched the video.
    True story.

  • j
    j 4 months ago

    This is brilliant. I need more videos like this.

  • Jorell Echeverri
    Jorell Echeverri 4 months ago +1049

    I went into this video expecting a joke but this is legitimately a phenomenal list of films. All of these films are made by some of the greatest directors of all time and each are a top contender in their respective genres of film. Dunkey is a true connoisseur of cinema.

    • Joe Seppi
      Joe Seppi 3 months ago

      @Rakanishu2 who asked ya?

    • I'm Todd Howard and I made Skyrim fridge edition
      I'm Todd Howard and I made Skyrim fridge edition 3 months ago

      @Lazar Perić Social network is one to keep, but once upon can go (like it, but you can do better). But replacing with mononoke or kaguya would Just add more miyazaki. He's very good but it's not that varied. Akira or a kon movie would work better. Joker isn't really one i was thinking of but taxi driver could've been a great one. Although it's his list at the end of the day

    • Lazar Perić
      Lazar Perić 3 months ago

      @I'm Todd Howard and I made Skyrim fridge edition I'd remove "Once Upon a Time... In Holywood" (one of the worst movies I've ever watched, and I like Tarantino movies) and "The Social Network" so I could add "Princess Mononoke" and "Tale of the Princess Kaguya". I'm kinda surprised that a movie like "Joker" is not on his list but tbh even though it sounds crazy it's really hard to decide which 100 movies you would recommend.

    • Jorell Echeverri
      Jorell Echeverri 3 months ago +1

      @Firewall personally it's a 6/10 by todays standards but I like to take into account the time the movie came out so I bump it up to 8/10. The elfman score is iconic, Willem kills it as usual and is a highlight of the cast, the dialogue is cheesy but in a fun way.

    • Firewall
      Firewall 3 months ago

      @Jorell Echeverri oh yea no, i agree that its definitely a very iconic movie lol, i can respect that. and if people love it for that, good for them, i dont want to take that away from anyone. im just personally not inclined to give it any score higher than a 6/10 lol.

  • A.J. Reid
    A.J. Reid 4 months ago

    So many great movies that I’ve heard amazing things about but I sadly have no time to watch. Maybe someday I’ll get the chance to sit down and watch a few of them but for right now i’ve only seen a few and they are my all time favorite movies ever (besides Shawshank)

  • Charles Dupee
    Charles Dupee 4 months ago

    Every movie a classic in it's own right. The flowing scenes and the raw unedited silence tell a somber tale of someone who wishes that they could gush about each of these movies for hours and hours on end, yet cannot because they only have 1 minute to recommend all 100 Movies. It may not be the greatest video ever released in the history of youtube, but I'll be damned if anyone tries to say that this video isn't an instant classic.

  • Bloxed
    Bloxed 4 months ago

    So many great movies. Honestly, no joke comment today, this is a beautiful list of movies. I've already watched a few of them but I need to try them all out sometime.

  • Yoda_Brains
    Yoda_Brains 3 months ago

    I love how at least 4 Kubrick films always make it onto must see lists, truly a great visionary in the most literal sense of the word

  • Kuncan Dastner
    Kuncan Dastner 4 months ago +3021

    I paid 40k a year for film school and this was better than all of that

    • Estevão de Paula
      Estevão de Paula 4 months ago

      I paid 0 money for six years in a federal university and I've seen all of these, viva a ufes

    • Josue Hernandez
      Josue Hernandez 4 months ago +1

      @o0U0o almost every college or university in the usa, yeah... student loans are a big problem over here

    • Eryk Melgaard
      Eryk Melgaard 4 months ago

      @pyrotechnick well I like the clips he choose and the lack of music or Sound is very effective. While watching it in night.

    • Eryk Melgaard
      Eryk Melgaard 4 months ago +1

      I paid 1,5 K luckly in Poland film School is cheaper. And Poland has some good schools and great directiors. Andrzej Wajda, Roman Polański, Agnieszka Holland, Paweł Pawlikowski( who is one of the part time teachers👍 in my School).

    • E
      E 4 months ago

      @Pedro Pinheiro Most of these movies are box office hits haha

  • Xavier Garcia
    Xavier Garcia 4 months ago

    This video is a literal work of art it's literally a statement from Donkey himself it literally shows the evolution of Art in movies and the deeper meaning within life Jesus loves you guys and God bless

  • Michael Traywick
    Michael Traywick 4 months ago

    So I saw the thumbnail and immidiately saved to watch later thinking it'd be a funny video for later. Now that I've seen it, it will now be an ongoing mission of mine to watch the Dunkey 100. Thanks Dunk. For constantly suprising me with your content.

  • Svavar Ingi Ríkharðsson
    Svavar Ingi Ríkharðsson 4 months ago +1

    This whole video was made just to show Dunkey's subtle humor by putting The Matrix Reloaded instead of the original.

  • CraftyCarrot
    CraftyCarrot 3 months ago

    I’m honestly pretty proud of myself for getting Casino Royale with the shot he gave.

  • Cyranek
    Cyranek 4 months ago +523

    and there I thought donkey kong december could not be topped :0

    • FatherMan
      FatherMan 4 months ago +5

      Such a legendary set of videos donkey Kong December and the mid of January had to show

  • powerpc127
    powerpc127 2 months ago

    Ready for 100 of my favorite films? Here goes:
    The MCU is pretty good.

  • Pablo Planovsky
    Pablo Planovsky 4 months ago

    Dunkey is not only one of TheXvid best critics/reviewers (not joking): he also has an impeccable taste when it comes to movies. Please, watch those titles he recommends: each one of them is an example of great cinema.

  • MmmChestnut
    MmmChestnut 4 months ago

    While I would like someone to whip us up a list on the comments, I can already tell you I’ve seen most of these. That being said, Rear Window is a fantastic movie.

  • Beef Bronson
    Beef Bronson 3 months ago

    Dunkey being a Matrix Reloaded enjoyer brings me great happiness

  • bjdooi
    bjdooi 4 months ago

    I rewatched Whiplash the other day, that movie has probably one of the best movie endings of all time

  • xXAjaxXx
    xXAjaxXx 4 months ago

    It killed me how the clip for Goodfellas is a close-up shot of garlic being sliced with a razor blade....like nobody who hasn't seen the film is going to know where it comes from. On the other hand, I instantly recognized the shot and I haven't seen that film in well over a decade so who am I to say it isn't iconic?

  • Derp7oSoup
    Derp7oSoup 2 months ago

    My goodness. I would love to hear his review of pocco rosso. I wanna hear what he has to say about the writing.

  • Hamid Mosalla
    Hamid Mosalla 4 months ago

    Dear dunk, I'm very curious to know your opinion about the difference between game and movies as medium of expression and art, which one do you prefer for when? I generally prefer movies, but not theme park movies.

  • Ry
    Ry 4 months ago +283

    No dislikes to be seen. Truly the greatest movie recommendations video of all time

    • Devon with an i
      Devon with an i 4 months ago +1

      Hilarious!! 😐

    • THEcoolGAMER60
      THEcoolGAMER60 4 months ago

      @Rosemary'sBaby not accurate

    • solmoman
      solmoman 4 months ago +1

      Maybe this remark will be funny again in about 10 years when no one even remember there was a dislike-button

    • Rosemary'sBaby
      Rosemary'sBaby 4 months ago +1

      this video has 139 dislikes as of now