I don't actually own many 60s films - eight, to be precise.
Dr No (1962)
From Russia With Love (1963)
The Jungle Book (1967)
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
Night of the Living Dead (1968)
Rosemary's Baby (1968)
Easy Rider (1969)
Er, and that's it, lol. I've seen the other 60s Bond films, plus one or two of the Herbie films, plus one or two of the Clint Eastwood 'Man With No Name' films. So, I've seen about 15 films of the 60s. Pretty pathetic, lol.
Well, I can only speak of the films I own and remember.
Easy Rider I thought was pretty good but I wouldn't call it great. I don't rate it has high as other people. I guess it's a classic because it captured America's changing of societal attitudes.
I love The Jungle Book - it's a great cartoon film. I don't particularly like Disney films, but I love this one.
2001: A Space Odyssey is good, too, although I found the ending to be a bit, er, pretentious. The film's pacing is very slow, especially compared to many of today's films, but I don't mind this. I actually like films to take their time.
Psycho and Night of the Living Dead are good horror films made on a cheap budget - particularly the latter. The black & white film actually works in these films' favour because it covers up any shortages in the special effects department.
I gotta say, I really like Rosemary's Baby - it's my particular favourite of this decade, although I haven't seen many 60s films. I don't know if Mia Farrow is a good actor, but she is very good in this as the film's lead.
It's a very good psychological horror - you don't really know if everything's real or Rosemary is imagining it.
Have you got any favourite 60s films and, more importantly, any that you'd recommend to me?