“Tootsie” Tops Time Out’s Top 100 Films

Time Out asked a bunch of leading actors from around the world to list their top 10 films. Compiling the entries, the magazine has produced a Top 100 list…

Time Out asked actors from all over the globe to list their top 10 films in order to produce a “definitive” top 100. Those involved include Oscar-winner Juliette Binoche, Andy Serkis, Michael Sheen, The Sixth Sense star Haley Joel Osment and My Girl actress Anna Chlumsky. Comic performers Bill Hader, Stephen Merchant and Colin Quinn also delivered a ballot while Tony-award-winning stage stars Betty Buckley, Joanna Gleason and BD Wong also got involved.

Having heard from the critics in BBC Culture’s recent top 100, it’s now time to see what the guys that speak the lines think the best films are…

10. Taxi Driver (Scorsese, 1976)

Travis Bickle, Robert De Niro, Taxi Driver

9. The Red Shoes (Powell/Pressburger, 1948)

The Red Shoes, Powell, Pressburger,

8. Boogie Nights (Anderson, 1997)

Boogie Nights - Top 10 Films

7. Annie Hall (Allen, 1977)

Top 10 Woody Allen One-Liners

6. The Godfather: Part II (Coppola, 1974)

The Godfather, Film, De Niro

5. To Kill a Mockingbird (Mulligan, 1962)

To KIll A Mockingbird - Top 10 Films

4. Cinema Paradiso (Tornatore, 1988)

Cinema Paradiso, Film, Italy

3. A Woman Under the Influence (Cassavetes, 1974)

A Woman Under the Influence, Film, John Cassavetes,

2. The Godfather (Coppola, 1972)

The Godfather, Top 10 Films,

1. Tootsie (Pollack, 1982)

Tootsie, Dustin Hoffman,

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    Dan Grant Reply

    Wow! Tootsie seems so out of left field. Interesting list of course. but none of these films would make my list, of course.

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    Dan Reply

    Definitely a left-field choice but a great one for actors. A film about an actor, that satirizes the acting profession, that highlights the trials and tribulations of an acting career, and features one of the best comedic performances EVER. I can see why it comes out on top.

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