#129 John Huston Ranked List
The definition of a classic director. Strong in many genres, the scripts he directs or often great and at least very interesting (Beat the Devil). Even The Misfits, which I despise is the kind of hate I can only have for a filmmaker who knows what they're doing.
While I kept myself from going on a full tear of Hawks films, that's even harder to stop with Huston, and some titles are in need of a rewatch. I saw Moby Dick
(1956) before I even knew what a director did, and I keep going back and forth on Prizzi's Honor
As for new watches...Let There Be Light
(1946): One of his most highly acclaimed is a documentary on PTSDMoulin Rouge
(1952): Already on my list this month for Music of MayThe Roots of Heaven
(1958): African adventure starring Errol FlynnThe Night of the Iguana
(1964): On my Watchlist for yearsThe MacKintosh Man
(1973): Same, but with Paul Newman
That's plenty, but I'm also considering We Were Strangers
(1949) for John Garfield, The Barbarian and the Geisha
(1958) for John Wayne and a re-watch of Victory
(1981) because I liked it as a kid.