I think it's a very good list.
In fact, if I had these films available at home I'd (re)watch them also
Except for Yojimbo, which I did rewatch some weeks ago, and which I think I've fully grasped (so it will have to wait a couple of months for another viewing. )
First time I saw Paths of Glory, I didn't like it. And I was already a Kubrick fan by then. Second time i saw it I fell in love with it, and now consider it one of the greatest films ever. Perception always changes, and it is really interesting to observe that.
"Children of paradise" is imo one of the greatest works of art in the history of mankind, and I'm amazed at it everytime I watch it. It drags a bit at the end of Part 1, but overall it is really masterful. But you are not alone in not aprreciating it to this extent. My favorite writer on film, Andre Bazin, who wrote about it in the 40s, didn't think much of it and saw it as a failure. He praised instead Carne's Les Visiteurs du soir from 1942.
I have the decalogue on VCD at home, but it won't play on my PC. Otherwise I would have watched it two weeks ago.