Fifty Years (50) old this month alas – My Top 30 #Movies to celebrate the moment https://mark-whitfield.com/videos/top-30-movies/ #MovieList #IMDb#FilmTwitter #Cinema #TopMovies #IMDbList#MovieBuff #Top10Movies #Film

Fifty (50) years old this month. My Top 30  ‘s to celebrate this moment.  I have selected https://mark-whitfield.com/videos/top-30-movies/     

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My  Top 30 Movies  in no particular order…

1. El Cid
2. Song of Bernadette
3. The Matrix
4. Warlock (with Henry Fonda)
5. The Caine Mutiny
6. The Eagle Has Landed
7. Hard Times
8. Aliens
9. The Godfather
10. First Blood
11. Die Hard
12. Zulu
13. Groundhog Day
14. Shawshank Redemption
15. Predator
16. Terminator (1 & 2)
17. Jaws
18. A Matter of Life and Death
19. Forbidden Planet
20. Somewhere in Time
21. Wall Street
22. The Bourne Ultimatum
23. Erin Brockovich
24. Husbands and Wives
25. Pulp Fiction
26. Galaxy Quest
27. Goodfellas
28. Thirteens Days (with Kevin Costner)
29. Casino
30. Scaramouche

Author: Mark Whitfield

Welcome to my site! After graduating in Computing in 1990, I accepted a position as a programmer at a Runcorn based software house specialising in electronic banking software, namely sp/ARCHITECT-BANK on Tandem Computers (now HPE NonStop). This was before the internet became more prevalent and so the notion of enabling desktop access to company accounts for inter-account transfers and book keeping was still quite a cutting edge idea (and smartphones only ever hinted at in Space 1999). The company was called The Software Partnership (which was taken over by Deluxe Data in 1994). I spent 5 years in Runcorn developing code for SP/ARCHITECT for various banks like TSB, Bank of Scotland, Rabobank and Girofon (Denmark) to name but a few. I then moved onto a software house in Salford Quays for further bank facing projects. After a further 23 years in the IT industry and now a Senior IT Project Manager (both Agile and Waterfall delivery), I thought I would echo out my Career Profile in this corner of the internet for quick and easy access.

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