The Best Movies Of 1969
More than 400 movie fans have come together to cast their votes for the best movies of 1969. From classic dramas and period pieces to beloved comedies and action-packed thrillers, this list celebrates a wealth of great films from one of the most influential eras in cinema.
Woody Allen's Take the Money and Run is an iconic comedy that takes aim at small-time criminals with hilarious results. True Grit is considered by many to be one of the greatest western films ever made, while George Roy Hill's Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid was a box office sensation, while earning several Academy Award wins and nominations.
Other highlights include John Schlesinger's Oscar-winning drama Midnight Cowboy, James Bond movie On Her Majesty's Secret Service, and Dennis Hopper's Easy Rider. Fans also hold up Sam Peckinpah’s violent masterpiece The Wild Bunch as another highlight from 1969.
No matter your tastes, it’s hard not to be impressed by all these classics from fifty years ago - so why not check out the list and vote up your favorites?