A lot to catch up here. Nice new profile picture BleuPanda (although I loved the last one too).
Marx Brothers movies at #76 and #77. Night at the Opera was my first Marx Brothers movie (I saw it quite late in late teens). I knew the name of the group but nothing more and expected maybe something like Laurel & Hardy movies. I was totally blown away. Groucho's (pseudo) intellectual exchaging words, Chico's hoaxes, Harpo's mimic performance (and then there were Zeppo too in the movie), the musical parts and especially the Harpo's and Chico's music parts. It could be that if I had seen some other Marx bros movie first it would be my favorite and I'm pretty sure if I watched them all again (I have seen the movies once) Duck Soup would be my favorite but I haven't and the Night at the Opera is the Marx Brothers movie to me.
The group of #75-#71.
There's a lot of my pet hates according to my votes (I didn't really hate any of the finalists).
73. The Immigrant (last on my list and the biggest surprise in the top 100 (it was Miguel's #1 of the early films so it was expected he will give it a lot of points though)). I have said it before but ranking those early Chaplin sort films (only one was in the final) feels like comparing The Simpsons episodes to feature films. The Immigrant was fun but I have seen better Chaplin sorts so it was easy to put it last although I really liked to watch it. I understand if someone thinks same about Keaton sort One Week (my #9) but in my papers its in a league of its own comparing to his other sorts and even to his feature length movies.
L'atalante and Vampyr are the ones I want to watch again the most on the list. I was probably too young or in wrong mood when I saw them (comparing how much I have loved Dreyer's other works or just a feeling I would like L'atalante now.)