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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 1/1/2009 3:25:02 PM   
Piles


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Wow! I thought I was getting a head start with the one film I watched today. The Westler.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 1/1/2009 3:32:26 PM   
richCie


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ORIGINAL: Piles

Wow! I thought I was getting a head start with the one film I watched today. The Westler.


ok Piles seriously. this isnt fair.
you've seen Benjamin button, the Wrestler and Revolutionary Road.
WHERE?

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 1/1/2009 3:33:42 PM   
Epiphany Demon


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Well, we partied all night, and cooled down with TDK and IM... I've then been to the cinema with a friend (which does not help a hangover!) and then Walk Hard piqued my interest.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 1/1/2009 4:03:51 PM   
Piles


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quote:

ORIGINAL: richCie


quote:

ORIGINAL: Piles

Wow! I thought I was getting a head start with the one film I watched today. The Westler.


ok Piles seriously. this isnt fair.
you've seen Benjamin button, the Wrestler and Revolutionary Road.
WHERE?


I'm now watching Slumdog Millionaire . I'll send you a PM.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 1/1/2009 4:05:43 PM   
The Bicycle Thief


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ORIGINAL: elab49

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ORIGINAL: The Bicycle Thief

Or: Your 100 Favourite Films of All Time That You've Watched (or pretended to) In 2009


If you already know them it'd make more sense to do a separate thread and run through your list there, surely?


Exactly my point.
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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 1/1/2009 8:26:49 PM   
shawshank prisoner


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What are the chances of the edit features actually returning then?

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 1/1/2009 8:27:41 PM   
shawshank prisoner


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Piles

quote:

ORIGINAL: richCie


quote:

ORIGINAL: Piles

Wow! I thought I was getting a head start with the one film I watched today. The Westler.


ok Piles seriously. this isnt fair.
you've seen Benjamin button, the Wrestler and Revolutionary Road.
WHERE?


I'm now watching Slumdog Millionaire . I'll send you a PM.


I want a PM too! How are you possibly seeing all these films?

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 1/1/2009 10:05:26 PM   
Pigeon Army


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quote:

ORIGINAL: shawshank prisoner

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ORIGINAL: Piles

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ORIGINAL: richCie


quote:

ORIGINAL: Piles

Wow! I thought I was getting a head start with the one film I watched today. The Westler.


ok Piles seriously. this isnt fair.
you've seen Benjamin button, the Wrestler and Revolutionary Road.
WHERE?


I'm now watching Slumdog Millionaire . I'll send you a PM.


I want a PM too! How are you possibly seeing all these films?


Me too! PM me! I desire this knowledge!

My money's on him being a member of the Hollywood Foreign Press. Them and their bloody screeners...


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ORIGINAL: Pigeon Army
Stop being mean to Deviation

No.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 1/1/2009 11:17:19 PM   
elab49


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Well, in lieu of the eventual restoration of the edit button I'll start my list with No 1.

1. In the Electric Mist (Tavernier, 2008).

In some ways quite odd - Tavernier tends towards a quite flat use of colours and this didn't feel like Louisiana to me. But I wondered if that was the point - there was an empty feeling, and this was post-Katrina. And the greens were beautifully verdant. But the writing was excellent (I didn't recognise the names but IMDB tells me their only other work is the equally well done The Pledge) and really captured Dave Robicheaux, better than the enjoyable Heaven's Prisoners did. Tommy Lee Jones was unsurprisingly excellent in a role that probably didn't stretch him from many he has taken on of late. A comfortable fit to the character. John Goodman demonstrates why he really should get more and dramatic work - a very underrated actor. Casting from No Country, Kelly MacDonald gets a small part and there was the wonderful surprise of the great John Sayles taking on an increasingly rare acting role in a cameo as a producer.

An efficient story, well told with an intelligent and literate script, good performances all round and an interesting visual for a location we tend to think we know well thanks to cinema.

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ORIGINAL: Deviation] LIKE AMERICA'S SWEETHEARTS TOO. IT MADE ME LAUGH A LOT AND THOUGHT IT WAS WITTY. ALSO I FEEL SLOWLY DYING INSIDE. I KEEP AGREEING WITH ELAB.


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 1/1/2009 11:41:43 PM   
richCie


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quote:

ORIGINAL: elab49

Well, in lieu of the eventual restoration of the edit button I'll start my list with No 1.

1. In the Electric Mist (Tavernier, 2008).

In some ways quite odd - Tavernier tends towards a quite flat use of colours and this didn't feel like Louisiana to me. But I wondered if that was the point - there was an empty feeling, and this was post-Katrina. And the greens were beautifully verdant. But the writing was excellent (I didn't recognise the names but IMDB tells me their only other work is the equally well done The Pledge) and really captured Dave Robicheaux, better than the enjoyable Heaven's Prisoners did. Tommy Lee Jones was unsurprisingly excellent in a role that probably didn't stretch him from many he has taken on of late. A comfortable fit to the character. John Goodman demonstrates why he really should get more and dramatic work - a very underrated actor. Casting from No Country, Kelly MacDonald gets a small part and there was the wonderful surprise of the great John Sayles taking on an increasingly rare acting role in a cameo as a producer.

An efficient story, well told with an intelligent and literate script, good performances all round and an interesting visual for a location we tend to think we know well thanks to cinema.


so...how have u seen this?
you doing a piles?
i been looking forward to this for a long time. anyone remember my request to empire?
well they were no help :P but have you seen the poster?
its awesome (the one with the body in the water, not the awfully photo-shopped one with Tommy Lee Jones looking shockingly out of place)

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 1/1/2009 11:45:07 PM   
elab49


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THe kind of Ophelia one in browns? Jones aside, I think I prefer the other one. The greens suit it better, I think.

'Doing a Piles' - wonder how he feels being a catchphrase

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ORIGINAL: Deviation] LIKE AMERICA'S SWEETHEARTS TOO. IT MADE ME LAUGH A LOT AND THOUGHT IT WAS WITTY. ALSO I FEEL SLOWLY DYING INSIDE. I KEEP AGREEING WITH ELAB.


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 1/1/2009 11:49:40 PM   
richCie


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ORIGINAL: elab49

THe kind of Ophelia one in browns? Jones aside, I think I prefer the other one. The greens suit it better, I think.

'Doing a Piles' - wonder how he feels being a catchphrase


i;m sure he'll be honoured.
this is the poster i like: http://img1.gildia.pl/_n_/film/filmy/in_the_electric_mist/poster-640.jpg

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 2/1/2009 4:43:34 AM   
Gimli The Dwarf


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So it begins

1.Planet Terror (1st view, 2007, Rodriguez) – 4/5*
Certainly much more fun than Death Proof (which I also enjoyed). A bit too gruesome for it’s own good sometimes (those medical photos!) but it’s great to wallow in its sheer farfetchedness, and I loved all the blurs and ageing effects. Rose McGowan really is a useless actress though.

2. Serial Mom (1st view, 1994, Waters) – 3/5*
Not the best film from I’ve seen by John Waters (that’d be Cry-Baby), nor the worst (Pecker), this is a hit and miss affair in which suburban housewife Kathleen Turner is actually a serial killer. Themes of celebrity and fame run rampant, but they devalue the film somewhat. Still quite funny, and worth watching to see Sam Waterston pull funny faces as he sees the chaos unfold around him (a contrast to straight-laced DA he’s played for the years since in Law and Order, pretty much the only thing I’ve ever seen him in).

3. Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (1st view, 2001, Davis) – 2/5*
March 24th, 2002. A date which will live in infamy as the day a maths genius stole the best picture Oscar from a bunch of hobbits and orcs. Also important was the fact that this was the first time the Oscars had the category for Best Animated Feature. It was a three-way fight between Shrek (unworthy winner), Monsters, Inc (should have won) and the one that everybody forgets about, Jimmy Neutron. And forget about it they should, because it’s really quite bad. It’s only really worth watching for Patrick Stewart voicing the green alien King Goobot. Everything else is dreary.


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 2/1/2009 11:08:48 AM   
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The lack of an editing function may hurt this thread, but I've enjoyed doing this the last 2 years, so I'm happy to leap in again.

1. Back To The Future (1985, Zemeckis)
2. The Roaring Twenties (1939, Walsh)
3. The Big Lebowski (1998, Coen)
4. Chinatown (1974, Polanski)
5. The Untouchables (1987, De Palma)
6. Harvey (1950, Koster)
7. Jackie Brown (1997, Tarantino)
8. Quiz Show (1994, Redford)
9. The Escapist (2008, Wyatt)
10. Kind Hearts And Coronets (1949, Hamer)

11. Thunderbolt And Lightfoot (1974, Cimino)
12. Singin' In The Rain (1952, Donen & Kelly)
13. The People Vs. Larry Flynt (1996, Forman)
14. Evil Dead II (1987, Raimi)
15. One Day In September (1999, McDonald)
16. Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom (1984, Spielberg)
17. LA Confidential (1997, Hanson)
18. K-9 (1989, Daniel)
19. The King Of Comedy (1982, Scorsese)
20. Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade (1989, Spielberg)

21. The Breakfast Club (1985, Hughes)
22. Ghost World (2001, Zwigoff)
23. Diner (1982, Levinson)
24. Dr. Phibes Rises Again (1972, Fuest)
25. Little Shop Of Horrors (1986, Oz)
26. The Great McGinty (1940, Sturges)
27. Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves (1991, Reynolds)
28. The Last Boy Scout (1991, Scott)
29. Licence To Kill (1989, Glen)
30. Raiders Of The Lost Ark (1981, Spielberg)

31. Matchstick Men (2003, Scott)
32. Wonder Boys (2000, Hanson)
33. A Mighty Wind (2003, Guest)
34. Annie Hall (1977, Allen)
35. Double Indemnity (1944, Wilder)
36. The Killers (1946, Siodmak)
37. The Last Picture Show (1971, Bogdanovich)
38. Jason Lives: Friday The 13th Part VI (1986, McLoughlin)
39. In Bruges (2008, McDonagh)
40. Beyond The Mat (1999, Blaustein)

41. The Brothers Bloom (2008, Johnson)
42. Thirteen Days (2000, Donaldson)
43. Rebel Without A Cause (1955, Ray)
44. Natural Born Killers (1994, Stone)
45. The Wrestler (2008, Aronofsky)
46. Dragnet (1987, Mankiewicz)
47. Fletch (1985, Ritchie)
48. Intermission (2003, Crowley)
49. The Virgin Suicides (1999, Coppola)
50. Up (2009, Docter & Peterson)

51. Road To Perdition (2002, Mendes)
52. Eraserhead (1977, Lynch)
53. Oldboy (2003, Park)
54. Con Air (1997, West)
55. Wet Hot American Summer (2001, Wain)
56. In The Loop (2009, Iannucci)
57. Office Space (1999, Judge)
58. Once Upon A Time In The West (1968, Leone)
59. You'll Never Get Rich (1941, Lanfield)
60. City Lights (1931, Chaplin)

61. The Hudsucker Proxy (1994, Coen)
62. 42nd Street (1933, Bacon)
63. Trading Places (1983, Landis)
64. The Damned United (2009, Hooper)
65. Local Hero (1983, Forsyth)
66. The Independent (2000, Kessler)
67. The Majestic (2001, Darabont)
68. The Station Agent (2003, McCarthy)
69. Bringing Out The Dead (1999, Scorsese)
70. Zoolander (2001, Stiller)

71. The World's Fastest Indian (2005, Donaldson)
72. 2 Days In Paris (2007, Delpy)
73. Way Out West (1937, Horne)
74. Romy And Michele's High School Reunion (1997, Mirkin)
75. The French Connection (1971, Friedkin)
76. Taxidermia (2006, Pálfi)
77. National Treasure (2004, Turteltaub)
78. It Could Happen To You (1994, Bergman)
79. Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (1988, Oz)
80. Best In Show (2000, Guest)

81. Roxanne (1987, Schepisi)
82. Under Milk Wood (1972, Sinclair)
83. 800 Bullets (2002, de la Iglesia)
84. What Ever Happened To Baby Jane? (1962, Aldrich)
85. No Way Out (1987, Donaldson)
86. The Hoax (2006, Hallestrom)
87. Junebug (2005, Morrison)
88. Dick Tracy (1990, Beatty)
89. Batman (1989, Burton)
90. The Trouble With Harry (1955, Hitchcock)

91. Stay (2005, Forster)
92. Ghostbusters II (1989, Reitman)
93. In Good Company (2004, Weitz)
94. Art School Confidential (2006, Zwigoff)
95. Theatre Of Blood (1973, Hickox)
96. Millions (2004, Boyle)
97. Drag Me To Hell (2009, Raimi)
98. The Ten Commandments (1923, DeMille)
99. The Ice Harvest (2005, Ramis)
100. Dr Strangelove Or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb (1964, Kubrick)

101. The Fan (1949, Preminger)
102. Out Of Sight (1998, Soderbergh)
103. Face/Off (1997, Woo)
104. The Color Of Money (1986, Scorsese)
105. The Postman (1997, Costner)
106. The Matchmaker (1997, Joffe)
107. Slumdog Millionaire (2008, Boyle)
108. Romancing The Stone (1984, Zemeckis)
109. Dawn Of The Dead (2004, Snyder)
110. Before The Devil Knows You're Dead (2007, Lumet)

111. The Contender (2000, Lurie)
112. Imitation Of Life (1959, Sirk)
113. The King Of Kong (2007, Gordon)
114. You Were Never Lovelier (1942, Seiter)
115. Crank (2006, Neveldine/Taylor)
116. Cool Runnings (1993, Turteltaub)
117. Dog Park (1998, McCulloch)
118. Rancho Deluxe (1973, Perry)
119. The Harder They Fall (1956, Robson)
120. Bob Roberts (1992, Robbins)

121. Starship Troopers (1997, Verhoeven)
122. The Blues Brothers (1980, Landis)
123. The Rock (1996, Bay)
124. Watchmen (2009, Snyder)
125. Danger: Diabolik (1967, Bava)
126. Dead Reckoning (1947, Cromwell)
127. Waterloo (1970, Bondarchuk)
128. Murderball (2005, Rubin & Shapiro)
129. Big (1988, Marshall)
130. The Caine Mutiny (1954, Dmytryk)

131. Redbelt (2008, Mamet)
132. Spellbound (1945, Hitchcock)
133. Candyman (1992, Rose)
134. Hunger (2008, McQueen)
135. Nixon (1995, Stone)
136. Friday The 13th Part III (1982, Miner)
137. Welcome To The Jungle (2003, Berg)
138. Hot Shots! Part Deux (1993, Abrahams)
139. A Chump At Oxford (1940, Goulding)
140. Role Models (2008, Wain)

141. National Treasure: Book Of Secrets (2008, Turteltaub)
142. Snake Eyes (1998, De Palma)
143. The Walker (2007, Schrader)
144. The Hangover (2009, Phillips)
145. Under Siege (1992, Davis)
146. Executive Decision (1996, Baird)
147. Friday The 13th Part 2 (1981, Miner)
148. For Your Consideration (2006, Guest)
149. Spanking The Monkey (1994, Russell)
150. Tales Of Terror (1962, Corman)

151. Alligator (1980, Teague)
152. Alien Autopsy (2006, Campbell)
153. RoboCop (1987, Verhoeven)5
154. Miss Congeniality (2000, Petrie)
155. Passport To Pimlico (1949, Cornelius)
156. Vice Versa (1988, Gilbert)
157. The Family Man (2000, Rattner)
158. Unbreakable (2000, Shyamalan)
159. The Quick And The Dead (1995, Raimi)
160. Twins (1988, Reitman)

161. Every Which Way But Loose (1978, Fargo)
162. Kingpin (1996, Farrelly)
163. Big Jake (1971, Sherman)
164. Inglourious Basterds (2009, Tarantino)
165. Uncle Buck (1989, Hughes)
166. The Thomas Crown Affair (1999, McTiernan)
167. True Grit (1969, Hathaway)
168. Tropic Thunder (2008, Stiller)
169. Sahara (1943, Korda)
170. The Return Of The Living Dead (1985, O'Bannon)

171. Humpday (2009, Shelton)
172. Made Men (1999, Morneau)
173. Happy Endings (2005, Roos)
174. The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button (2008, Fincher)
175. 9 (2009, Acker)
176. The Descent (2005, Marshall)
177. True Crime (1999, Eastwood)
178. Friday The 13th: The Final Chapter (1984, Zito)
179. His Name Was Jason: 30 Years Of Friday The 13th (2009, Farrands)
180. The Taking Of Pelham 1 2 3 (2009, Scott)

181. Jason And The Argonauts (1063, Chaffey)
182. Crank: High Voltage (2009, Neveldine/Taylor)
183. Following (1998, Nolan)
184. Dumplings (2004, Chan)
185. Beyond The Ashes (2003, Hershleder)
186. The Ant Bully (2006, Davis)
187. Eden Lake (2008, Watkins)
188. Freaks (1932, Browning)
189. The Wicker Man (2006, LaBute)
190. The Spirit (2008, Miller)

191. 8MM (1999, Schumacher)
192. Scooby-Doo (2002, Gosnell)
193. Trapped In Paradise (1994, Gallo)
194. The Invention Of Lying (2009, Gervais & Robinson)
195. Chaplin (1992, Attenborough)
196. Windtalkers (2002, Woo)
197. Final Destination 2 (2003, Ellis)
198. Brüno (2009, Charles)
199. Kiss Toledo Goodbye (1999, Chubbuck)
200. Maniac (1934, Esper)

201. Public Enemies (2009, Mann)
202. Last Action Hero (1993, McTiernan)
203. The Secret Of My Success (1987, Ross)
204. G-Force (2009, Yeatman)
205. Death Race (2008, Anderson)
206. Anaconda (1997, Llosa)
207. Black Caesar (1973, Cohen)
208. Showtime (2002, Dey)
209. The Bucket List (2008, Reiner)
210. Friday The 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988, Buechler)

211. Friday The 13th: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989, Hedden)
212. Eraser (1996, Russell)
213. Doomed To Die (1940, Nigh)
214. The Slumber Party Massacre (1982, Holden Jones)
215. The Masque Of The Red Death (1964, Corman)
216. Next (2007, Tamahori)
217. Anna Christie (1930, Brown)
218. Q: The Winged Serpent (1982, Cohen)
219. The Devil's Rejects (2005, Zombie)
220. Friday The 13th (2009, Nispel)

221. Van Helsing (2004, Sommers)
222. Wild Hogs (2007, Becker)
223. Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004, Gosnell)
224. The 6th Day (2000, Spottiswoode)
225. Knowing (2009, Proyas)
226. The Marine (2006, Bonito)
227. Rambo (2008, Stallone)
228. Jingle All The Way (1996, Levant)
229. Peggy Sue Got Married (1986, Coppola)
230. The Assassin (1993, Badham)

231. Mutiny On The Buses (1972, Booth)
232. The Black Dahlia (2006, De Palma)
233. Alligator II: The Mutation (1991, Hess)
234. Hard Rain (1998, Salomon)
235. Australia (2008, Luhrman)
236. Mr. Wise Guy (1942, Nigh)
237. Equilibrium (2002, Wimmer)
238. Red Scorpion (1989, Zito)
239. Buffalo Bill (1944, Wellman)
240. Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985, Cosmatos)

241. Cobra (1986, Cosmatos)
242. Gone In Sixty Seconds (2000, Sena)
243. Alvin And The Chipmunks (2007, Hill)
244. Bangkok Dangerous (2008, Pang Chun & Pang)
245. Dunston Checks In (1996, Kwapis)
246. The Golden Child (1986, Ritchie)
247. The Fatal Hour (1940, Nigh)
248. Hard Target (1993, Woo)
249. Rambo III (1988, McDonald)
250. Manos: The Hands Of Fate (1966, Warren)

251. Troll 2 (1990, Fragasso)
252. Scared To Death (1947, Cabanne)
253. The Last House On The Left (2009, Iliadis)
254. King Kong (1976, Guillermin)
255. Shark Attack 3: Megalodon (2002, Worth)
256. Antichrist (2009, von Trier)
257. Saw V (2008, Hackl)
258. Vampire's Kiss (1988, Bierman)
259. Teen Wolf Too (1987, Leitch)
260. The Pleasure Drivers (2005, Sekula)

261. Friday The 13th: A New Beginning (1985, Steinmann)
262. Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001, West)
263. Chopping Mall (1986, Wynorski)
264. I'm No Angel (1933, Ruggles)
265. Teeth (2007, Lichtenstein)
266. Street Fighter (1994, de Souza)
267. Biker Boyz (2003, Bythewood)
268. Judge Dredd (1995, Cannon)
269. Johnny Mnemonic (1995, Longo)
270. Bicentennial Man (1999, Columbus)

271. A Letter From Death Row (1998, Baker & Michaels)

Director Tally

3- Brian De Palma (The Untouchables, Snake Eyes, The Black Dahlia)
3- Sam Raimi (Evil Dead 2, Drag Me To Hell, The Quick And The Dead)
3- Steven Spielberg (Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom, Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade, Raiders Of The Lost Ark)
3- Martin Scorsese (The King Of Comedy, Bringing Out The Dead, The Color Of Money)
3- Christopher Guest (A Mighty Wind, Best In Show, For Your Consideration)
3- John Turteltaub (National Treasure, Cool Runnings, National Treasure 2: Book Of Secrets)
3- William Nigh (Doomed To Die, Mr. Wise Guy, The Fatal Hour)
2- Curtis Hanson (LA Confidential, Wonder Boys)
2- John Hughes (The Breakfast Club, Uncle Buck)
2- Frank Oz (Little Shop Of Horrors, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels)
2- Roger Donaldson (Thirteen Days, The World's Fastest Indian)
2- Oliver Stone (Natural Born Killers, Nixon)
2- Michael Ritchie (Fletch, The Golden Child)
2- David Wain (Wet Hot American Summer, Role Models)
2- John Landis (Trading Places, The Blues Brothers)
2- Ben Stiller (Zoolander, Tropic Thunder)
2- Alfred Hitchcock (The Trouble With Harry, Spellbound)
2- Danny Boyle (Millions, Slumdog Millionaire)
2- Neveldine/Taylor (Crank, Crank: High Voltage)
2- Steve Miner (Friday The 13th Part III, Friday The 13th Part 2)
2- Raja Gosnell (Scooby-Doo, Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed)
2- John Woo (Windtalkers, Hard Target)
2- Roger Corman (Tales Of Terror, Masque Of The Red Death)
2- Joseph Zito (Friday The 13th: The Final Chapter, Red Scorpion)
2- Larry Cohen (Black Caesar, Q: The Winged Serpent)
2- George Cosmatos (Rambo: First Blood Part II, Cobra)


Top 50 Performances Of The Year

1. Jeff Bridges as Lightfoot (Thunderbolt And Lightfoot)
2. Alec Guinness as the D'Ascoyne family (Kind Hearts And Coronets)
3. Woody Harrelson as Larry Flynt (The People Vs. Larry Flynt)
4. Mickey Rourke as Randy "The Ram" Robinson (The Wrestler)
5. Brian Cox as Frank Perry (The Escapist)
6. James Cagney as Eddie Bartlett (The Roaring Twenties)
7. Robert De Niro as Rupert Pupkin (The King Of Comedy)
8. Ben Johnson as Sam The Lion (The Last Picture Show)
9. Ralph Fiennes as Charles Van Doren (Quiz Show)
10. Michael Sheen as Brian Clough (The Damned United)

11. John Huston as Noah Cross (Chinatown)
12. Russell Crowe as Bud White (LA Confidential)
13. Burt Lancaster as Swede Anderson (The Killers)
14. Woody Harrelson as Carter Page III (The Walker)
15. Vincent Price as Edward Lionheart (Theatre Of Blood)
16. Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones (The Indiana Jones Trilogy)
17. Robert Downey Jr. as Charlie Chaplin (Chaplin)
18. Mickey Rourke as Robert "Boogie" Sheftell (Diner)
19. Bruce Campbell as Ash Williams (Evil Dead 2)
20. George Kennedy as Red Leary (Thunderbolt And Lightfoot)

21. Jason Robards as Cheyenne (Once Upon A Time In The West)
22. Virginia Cherrill as A Blind Girl (City Lights)
23. Michael Fassbinder as Bobby Sands (Hunger)
24. Steve Martin as Orin Scrivello DDS (Little Shop Of Horrors)
25. Sean Connery as Dr Henry Jones (Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade)
26. Edward Norton as Alan Isaacman (The People Vs. Larry Flynt)
27. Michael Douglas as Grady Tripp (Wonder Boys)
28. Brian Donlevy as Daniel McGinty (The Great McGinty)
29. Jack Nicholson as J.J. Gittes (Chinatown)
30. Christoph Waltz as Col. Hans Landa (Inglourious Basterds)

31. Tim Robbins as Bob Roberts (Bob Roberts)
32. Rod La Rocque as Dan McTavish (The Ten Commandments)
33. Oliver Platt as Pete (The Ice Harvest)
34. Bruce Greenwood as John F. Kennedy (Thirteen Days)
35. Adam Goldberg as Jack (2 Days In Paris)
36. Nicolas Cage as Frank Pierce (Bringing Out The Dead)
37. Jeff Bridges as President Jackson Evans (The Contender)
38. Anthony Hopkins as Burt Munro (The World's Fastest Indian)
39. John Wayne as Rooster Cogburn (True Grit)
40. Robert Downey Jr as Terry Crabtree (Wonder Boys)

41. Humphrey Bogart as George Hally (The Roaring Twenties)
42. Jonathan Ke Quan as Short Round (Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom)
43. Juanita Moore as Annie Johnson (Imitation Of Life)
44. Tom Hanks as Josh Baskin (Big)
45. Akim Tamiroff as The Boss (The Great McGinty)
46. Timothy Spall as Peter Taylor (The Damned United)
47. Fred Astaire as Robert Curtis (You'll Never Get Rich)
48. Al Pacino as Big Boy Caprice (Dick Tracy)
49. Steve Guttenberg as Edward "Eddie" Simmons (Diner)
50. Chiwetel Ejiofor as Mike Terry (Redbelt)

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 2/1/2009 11:26:12 AM   
Dantes Inferno


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 2/1/2009 12:00:22 PM   
Pigeon Army


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From: Pixar HQ, George Lucas' Office.
^Shhhh, quiet. 

And so I begin, with one more film than Gimli! I'm keeping a list on Word while we have no edit button, so I'll be prepared when it comes back. * stands for second viewing, any extra asterixes count for subsequent viewings, eg ** = third viewing, *** = fourth viewing etc. No asterixes = first viewing.

1. Hamlet (1996, Branagh) - 4.5/5
It drags a little, which is a given when you're faithfully adapting Shakespeare, but it's superbly directed with an astonishingly stunning aesthetic, and the acting is, by and large, exceptional. Billy Crystal, Robin Williams and Brian Blessed are all inspired casting choices (though I always found myself waiting for a bellow that never came from Blessed), and Branagh is an excellent Hamlet, but Derek Jacobi steals the show with a measured and intelligent performance as Claudius.

2. Team America: World Police (2004, Parker) - 4/5*
Possibly the funniest thing Trey Parker and Matt Stone have ever made. The satire may not be subtle, but it's razor-sharp and hilarious to boot, and when they're not cutting swathes out of America's ignorance of foreign cultures and the foreign policy that results or the acting profession, they're making genuinely funny jokes, some puerile (the 'dicks, pussies and arseholes' speech) and some not so puerile ("Let's see how you fare against the panthers!").

3. About A Boy (2002, Weitz & Weitz) - 4/5
Surprisingly funny and irreverent rom-com with Hugh Grant in a rare performance that utilises his talents. Able support in Collette, Hoult and Weisz, as well as some cracking jokes and well-handled emotional scenes, makes this a modern rom-com that beats the genre's stigma.

4. On The Waterfront (1954, Kazan) - 4/5
It takes a little while to get going, and some of the supporting performances are one-note (Eva Marie Saint is like Cameron Diaz with marginal talent), but Marlon Brando's surprisingly measured performance drives an intelligent and well-written story that climaxes in a brilliant third act.


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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 2/1/2009 12:25:36 PM   
Marvel_79


Posts: 1110
Joined: 15/12/2005
As last year I'm listing every film I've seen this year, good, bab and indifferent...  9's and 10's will be coloured blue to help distinguish my personal top films, and I think I'll do 8's in a colour to because they're pretty darn good too.

A NEW LEADER - Changeling - Astonishing film, criminally ignored at the Oscars, brilliant performances throughout from a director who as really found his grove in recent years (Mystic River, Gran Torino and Million Dollar Baby all spring to mind). The subject of the movie is shocking and beyond belief, excellently portrayed.

Running total for the year: 151



Changeling 10/10
Back to the Future 10/10
The Terminator 10/10

Back to the Future Part II 10/10
Unforgiven 10/10
Silence of the Lambs 10/10

Gran Torino 10/10
Superman The Movie 10/10
Superman II 10/10
The Dark Knight 10/10
Jurassic Park 10/10
Fight Club 10/10
Leathal Weapon 10/10

Monsters Inc. 10/10
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang 10/10

Con Air 10/10
Grosse Pointe Blank 10/10
Point Break 10/10
Blade 10/10
Air Force One 10/10
Snatch 10/10

Terminator 2: Judgement Day 9/10
Slumdog Millionaire 9/10
Resevoir Dogs 9/10
Stardust 9/10
Starship Troopers 9/10
Star Trek 9/10
Superman Returns 9/10
Jerry MacGuire 9/10

Back to the Future Part III 9/10
Inglorious Basterds 9/10

Ice Age 9/10
The Doors 9/10
The Long Kiss Goodnight 9/10
Borat 9/10

Demolition Man 9/10
Blade II 9/10

In Bruges 9/10
Moon 9/10
Crank 9/10
Defiance 9/10
Shaun of the Dead 9/10

Lucky Number Slevin 8/10
Frost/Nixon 8/10

Leathal Weapon 2 8/10
Rocky Balboa 8/10
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button 8/10

Tombstone 8/10
Red Cliff 8/10
HollywoodLand 8/10

Billy Elliot 8/10
Ghostbusters 8/10

No Country for Old Men 8/10
Cop Land 8/10
Hellboy II: The Golden Army 8/10
Troy 8/10
Taken 8/10
Ray 8/10

Pretty Woman 8/10
The Outlaw Josey Whales 8/10
X-Men Origins: Wolverine 8/10

Batman: The Mask of Phantasm 8/10
From Dusk til Dawn 8/10
Glory 8/10
The Wrestler 8/10

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull 8/10
Australia 8/10

Bolt 8/10
The Rainmaker 8/10
Thank You for Smoking 8/10
Pale Rider 8/10
Ruthless People 8/10
Rescue Dawn 8/10

Valkyrie 8/10
Sin City 8/10
An Inconvinent Truth 8/10
The Taking of Pelham 123 7.5/10
Lethal Weapon 3 7/10
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines 7/10
Working Girl 7/10
Funny People 7/10
The Time Traveler's Wife 7/10
Terminator Salvation 7/10
The Ugly Truth 7/10
Gamer 7/10
Enchanted 7/10
Body of Lies 7/10
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan 7/10
Twilight 7/10
Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid 7/10
Cliffhanger 7/10
Daredevil 7/10
The Proposal 7/10
Bulletproof Monk 7/10
Man on Wire 7/10
Ghost Town 7/10
Edward Scissorhands 7/10
Deception 7/10
State of Play 7/10
Ice Age 2: The Meltdown 7/10
The Blues Brothers 7/10
Rambo: First Blood 7/10
Sleeping Beauty 7/10
Role Models 7/10
Three men and a little lady 7/10
Mrs Brown 7/10
The Other Boelyn Girl 7/10
Independence Day 7/10
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock 7/10
Along Came Polly 7/10
Pride & Glory 6.5/10
Death Sentence 6/10
The Da Vinci Code 6/10
Lakeview Terrace 6/10
Run Fatboy Run 6/10
Snakes on a Plane 6/10
The Final Destination 6/10
Ned Kelly 6/10
Dantes Peak 6/10
Fantastic Four  (Extended Edition) 6/10
Final Destination 3 6/10
Fast & Furious 6/10
Crank 2: High Voltage 6/10
Bruno 6/10
Night at the Museum 6/10
Just Friends 6/10
Ice Age 3 Dawn of the Dinosaurs 6/10
I Love You, Man 6/10
District 9 6/10
My Super Ex-Girlfriend 6/10
Big Business 6/10
Three Men and a Baby 6/10
Maniquin 6/10
What Happens in Vegas 6/10
Laws of Attraction 6/10
Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince 5.5/10
Surrogates 5/10
Fallen 5/10
Public Enemies 5/10
Angels & Demons 5/10
The Wedding Date 5/10
The Young Victoria 5/10
Seven Pounds 5/10
Knowing 5/10
Ali G In Da House 4/10
Night at the Museum 2 4/10
Marley & Me 4/10
Ghost in the Shell 4/10
He's just not that into you 4/10
Transformers Revenge of the Fallen 3/10
Bride Wars 2/10

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 2/1/2009 2:39:37 PM   
Hardjeet


Posts: 3
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From: Leeds
This looks interesting, think I'll give it a shot. So far the list is:

1. Slumdog Millionaire 8/10
2. Pineapple Express 8/10
3. Risky Business 7/10
4. Run, Fat Boy, Run 7/10



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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 2/1/2009 3:07:34 PM   
ElephantBoy

 

Posts: 8410
Joined: 13/4/2006
Right Fuck the Edit button!  Happy New Year everyone, i might actually keep this going all year for a change.  Anyway for now I'm going to cope with out the edit button simply by posting a new list each time my change, i'll make admends when said button returns(or in classic horror tradtion IF SAID BUTTON RETURNS) anyway i have five Films already under my belt for 2009 so wish to get started. 

BLACK is for a entry I've seen before.
RED is a film viewed for the first time.
BOLD is for the last Film Viewed.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 2/1/2009 3:14:18 PM   
ElephantBoy

 

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1. Carrie (Brian De Palma,1976,98 Mins) 9/10
2. Donnie Darko (Richard Kelly,2001,113 Mins) 9/10
3. The Dancer Upstairs (John Malkovich,2001,133 Mins) 8/10
4. Quiet City (Aaron Katz,2007,78 Mins) 7.5/10
5. Young Frankenstein (Mel Brooks,1974,108 Mins) 7/10
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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 2/1/2009 3:39:56 PM   
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This is gonna be a really long thread without the edit button Good job i keep a list on word anyway, this should be fun.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 2/1/2009 3:50:14 PM   
Dantes Inferno


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My aim for this year is about 3650. Ten films per day should do it. I had 2000 after six months last year, so it should be no problem.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 2/1/2009 3:54:21 PM   
ElephantBoy

 

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Okay either your a film critic or have way too much time on your hands, either way I'm jeouis

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 2/1/2009 4:44:35 PM   
Epiphany Demon


Posts: 6497
Joined: 14/11/2007
Yeah, sod the edit, I'll sort it out if it comes back * = repeat viewing, and subsequent asterixes count as another viewing.

1. The Dark Knight (Nolan, 2008) - 10/10 ****

The greatest superhero film ever made, and one that doesn't rely on superhero fantasies to be great. Nolan packs drama, laughs, action, romance and scares into a landmark genre film, with amazing performances - spearheaded by Ledger's astonishing Joker and Eckhart's Dent - and a truly brilliant script. It may be a little long, but I'm a huge Batman fan, and The Dark Knight is the Batman film of my dreams.

2. The Mist (Darabont, 2007) - 8.5/10

I never hide my disdain for the majority of horror movies; and it's not just the new ones I don't like, I have next to no love for the supposed 'classics' of the genre, i.e. Halloween, Nightmare On Elm Street et al. But The Mist comfortably joins the list of about 4 more I do like. The camera work and the lack of music (for the most part) is fitting for the style of the film, and Marcia Gay Harden excels as a preacher. Along with an almightily depressing ending and a couple of great monster scenes, The Mist is a great horror movie that acts as a B-Movie, but is so much more.

3. Iron Man (Favreau, 2008) - 8/10 *

Comfortably the second best superhero film of the year, Iron Man is the fun alternative to TDK, with a superlative performance from Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark. While it's devoid of some truly great action scenes, and lacked a villain that contained as much menace as The Joker (who does, though?!), the sharp script and comedy tone it takes for the most part lifts Iron Man into the upper echelons of superhero movie greats.

4. Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (Kasdan, 2007) - 7/10

Not as laugh out loud as Superbad or Knocked Up, but Walk Hard left me with a smile on my face long after the credits had finished. A great deadpan performance for John C. Reilly as the titular hero and a couple of hilarious sequences - the meeting with the Beatles being the standout for me - make this a very solid parody of sorts of the music biopic. Being a fan of this music - as I am - could possibly leave you with a better viewing, but I can only speak from my own experience. Nevertheless, much enjoyment can be found in Walk Hard for a casual movie goer as well.

5. Yes Man (Reed, 2008) - 6.5/10

An enjoyable enough comedy that has Jim Carrey on the kind of form that reminded me of Liar Liar, Yes Man has a good premise that is somewhat let down by the romantic aspect of it - but how can you make a film like this without a romantic sub-plot? This is through no fault of either Carrey or Zooey Deschanel, however. Rhys Darby (Flight Of The Conchords' hapless manager, Murray) steals the film with a gormless performance as Norm, and Terrence Stamp shows up as some crazy mantra dude. A couple of laugh out loud moments, but an all round amusing film.

6. Speed Racer (Wachowskis, 2008) - 6/10

Okay, sue me. I found some enjoyment in Speed Racer, however these were all the race scenes, which looked great on my TV (I haven't seen it in cinema). While the script was lacking, and the younger brother of Speed (who's name escapes me) was an irritating little oaf, Hirsch gives a competent performance and there is an undeniable vibe of fun running through the film. If there was no race scenes however, this would barely scrape a 2.

7. The Cottage (Andrew Williams, 2008) - 4/10

Again, my dislike for horror films becomes apparent - this wasn't scary. Nor was it funny for the most part - I must have laughed twice throughout the whole film. Andy Serkis and Reece Shearsmith give competent enough performances, but Jennifer Ellison is almost unbearably annoying as their captive, and the reasons for the murdering farmer's origin story isn't strong enough to warrant homicide.

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 2/1/2009 4:50:52 PM   
TRM


Posts: 4797
Joined: 20/10/2006
From: Bristol
TRMs films seen 2009 (Total viewings: 604)
  1. The apartment (Billy Wilder, USA, 1960) -
  2. Ikiru (Akira Kurosawa, 1952, Japan) -
  3. Whisper of the heart (Yoshifumi Kondo, 1995, Japan) -
  4. Modern times (Charlie Chaplin, USA, 1936) -
  5. Sansho dayu (Kenji Mizoguchi, Japan, 1954) - 
  6. Its a wonderful life (Frank Capra, 1946, USA) -
  7. Back to the future (Robert Zemeckis, USA, 1985) -
  8. Double indemnity (Billy Wilder, 1944, USA) -
  9. Rocco and his brothers (Luchino Visconti, Italy/France, 1960) -
  10. Vertigo (Alfred Hitchcock, 1958, USA) -
  11. City lights (Charlie Chaplin, USA, 1931) -
  12. The general (Clyde Bruckman & Buster Keaton, 1926, USA) -
  13. Infernal affairs (Wai-Keung Lau and Siu Fai Mak, Hong Kong, 2002) -
  14. The pianist (Roman Polanski, France/Germany/UK/Poland, 2002) -
  15. Wait until dark (Terence Young, USA, 1967) - 
  16. La roue (Abel Gance, France, 1923) -
  17. Stolen kisses (Francois Truffaut, France, 1968) -
  18. Howl's moving castle (Hayao Miyazaki, 2004, Japan) -
  19. Au revoir les enfants (Louis Malle, 1987, France/West Germany) -
  20. Spirited away (Hayao Miyazaki, 2001, Japan) -
  21. Mr Smith goes to Washington (Frank Capra, USA, 1939) -
  22. Roman holiday (William Wyler, 1953, USA) -
  23. City of God (Fernando Meirelles and Katia Lund, Brazil/France, 2002) -
  24. 12 angry men (Sidney Lumet, USA, 1957) -
  25. Evil dead 2 (Sam Raimi, USA, 1987) -
  26. The science of sleep (Michel Gondry, 2006, France/Italy) -
  27. Let the right one in (Tomas Alfredson, Sweden, 2008) -
  28. Slumdog millionaire (Danny Boyle, UK, 2008) -
  29. Assault on precinct 13 (John Carpenter, USA, 1976) -
  30. The blues brothers (John Landis, USA, 1980) -
  31. The 400 blows (Francois Truffaut, France, 1959) -
  32. WALL-E (Andrew Stanton, USA, 2008) -
  33. Metropolis (Fritz Lang, 1928, Germany) -
  34. Memories of murder (Joon-Ho Bong, 2003, South Korea) -
  35. Peeping Tom (Michael Powell, UK, 1960) -
  36. Clerks (Kevin Smith, 1994, USA) -
  37. Juno (Jason Reitman, 2007, USA/Canada) -
  38. Toy story (John Lasseter, USA, 1995) -
  39. Scandal (Akira Kurosawa, Japan, 1950) -
  40. Has anybody seen my gal? (Douglas Sirk, USA, 1952) -
  41. The thing (John Carpenter, 1982, USA) -
  42. The gold rush (Charlie Chaplin, 1925, USA, Original cut) -
  43. The student Prince in old Heidelberg (Ernst Lubitsch, 1927, USA) -
  44. Princess Mononoke (Hayao Miyazaki, Japan, 1997) -
  45. Sunrise: A song of 2 humans (F. W. Murnau, 1927, USA) -
  46. When the wind blows (Jimmy T. Murakami, UK, 1986) -
  47. The kid (Charlie Chaplin, USA, 1921) -
  48. Hard boiled (John Woo, Hong Kong, 1992) -
  49. Army of shadows (Jean-Pierre Melville, France/Italy, 1969) -
  50. Mad detective (Johnnie To and Ka-Fai Wai, Hong Kong, 2007) -
  51. 4 months, 3 weeks and 2 days (Cristian Mungui, Romania, 2007) -
  52. Once (John Carney, Ireland, 2007) -
  53. The killing (Stanley Kubrick, USA, 1956) -
  54. Oldboy (Chan-Wook Park, South Korea, 2003) -
  55. Anatomy of a murder (Otto Preminger, 1959, USA) -
  56. Raging bull (Martin Scorsese, 1980, USA) -
  57. Ferris Bueller's day off (John Hughes, 1986, USA) -
  58. Drunken master (Woo-Ping Yuen, 1978, Hong Kong) -
  59. Peppermint candy (Chang-Dong Lee, 1999, South Korea/Japan) -
  60. Cloudy with a chance of meatballs (Phil Lord & Chris Miller, 2009, USA) -
  61. The sting (George Roy Hill, 1973, USA) -
  62. Moon (Duncan Jones, 2009, UK) -
  63. Licence to kill (John Glen, USA/UK, 1989) -
  64. Road to perdition (Sam Mendes, 2002, USA) -
  65. The day the Earth caught fire (Val Guest, 1961, UK) -
  66. The time traveler's wife (Robert Schwentke, 2009, USA) -
  67. Magnificent obsession (Douglas Sirk, 1954, USA) -
  68. Where the wild things are (Spike Jonze, 2009, USA) -
  69. Sherlock Jr. (Buster Keaton, 1924, USA) -
  70. The spy who loved me (Lewis Gilbert, 1977, UK) -
  71. The king of Kong (Seth Gordon, 2007) -
  72. Drunken master 2 (Chia-Liang Liu, 1994, Hong Kong) -
  73. Wild strawberries (Ingmar Bergman, Sweden, 1957) -
  74. Hero (Zhang Yimou, Hong Kong/China, 2002) -
  75. F for Fake (Orson Welles, France/Iran/West Germany, 1974) -
  76. High fidelity (Stephen Frears, UK/USA, 2000) -
  77. When Harry met Sally (Rob Reiner, 1989, USA) -
  78. Laputa: Castle in the sky (Hayao Miyazaki, 1986, Japan) -
  79. Before sunrise (Richard Linklater, USA/Austria/Switzerland, 1995) - 
  80. Police story (Jackie Chan, 1985, Hong Kong) -
  81. Aladdin (Ron Clements & John Musker, 1992, USA) -
  82. Fist of fury (Wei Lo, 1972, Hong Kong) -
  83. Passport to Pimlico (Henry Cornelius, UK, 1949) -
  84. Nausicaa of the valley of the wind (Hayao Miyazaki, Japan, 1984) -
  85. Enter the dragon (Robert Clouse, 1973, Hong Kong/USA) -
  86. The grapes of wrath (John Ford, USA, 1940) -
  87. Brazil (Terry Gilliam, UK, 1985) -
  88. A nous la liberte (Rene Clair, France, 1931) -
  89. Finding Neverland (Marc Forster, 2004, UK/USA) -
  90. An American werewolf in London (John Landis, 1981, UK/USA) -
  91. UP (Pete Doctor & Bob Peterson, 2009, USA) -
  92. The verdict (Sidney Lumet, 1982, USA) -
  93. Jersey girl (Kevin Smith, USA, 2004) -
  94. Eyes without a face (Georges Franju, France/Italy, 1960) -
  95. Pinocchio (Ben Sharpsteen and Hamilton Luske, 1940, USA) -
  96. Repast (Mikio Naruse, Japan, 1951) -
  97. Spring, summer, autumn, winter and spring (Kim Ki-Duk, 2003, South Korea/Germany) -
  98. Drunken angel (Akira Kurosawa, Japan, 1948) -
  99. Iron man (Jon Favreau, 2008, USA) -
  100. Life is beautiful (Roberto Benigni, 1997, Italy) -
  101. The ten commandments (Cecil B. DeMille, 1956, USA) -
  102. The hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy (Garth Jennings, USA/UK, 2005) -
  103. Good Bye Lenin! (Wolfgang Becker, 2003, Germany) -
  104. Avatar (James Cameron, UK/USA, 2009) -
  105. Stranger than paradise (Jim Jarmusch, USA/West Germany, 1984) -
  106. The Baader Meinhof Complex (Uli Edel, Germany/France/Czech Republic, 2008) -
  107. The long goodbye (Robert Altman, USA, 1973) -
  108. Taken (Pierre Morel, France, 2008) -
  109. Gone baby gone (Ben Affleck, USA, 2007) -
  110. Le mepris (Jean-Luc Godard, France/Italy, 1963) -
  111. The bullet train (Junya Sato, Japan, 1975) -
  112. Pierrot le fou (Jean Luc Godard, France/Italy, 1965) -
  113. Cool hand Luke (Stuart Rosenberg, 1967, USA) -
  114. The big sleep (Howard Hawks, USA, 1946) -
  115. Late spring (Yasujiro Ozu, Japan, 1949) -
  116. Il postino (Michael Radford, Italy/France/Belgium, 1994) -
  117. Volver (Pedro Almodovar, 2006, Spain) -
  118. Animal house (John Landis, USA, 1978) -
  119. The cove (Louie Psihoyos, 2009, USA) -
  120. The counterfeiters (Stefan Ruzowitzky, Austria/Germany, 2007) -
  121. The kite runner (Marc Forster, USA, 2007) -
  122. Angels with dirty faces (Michael Curtiz, USA, 1938) -
  123. Our hospitality (John G. Blystone and Buster Keaton, USA, 1923) -
  124. Brick (Rian Johnson, USA, 2005) -
  125. Way out west (James W. Horne, USA, 1937) -
  126. Kiki's delivery service (Hayao Miyazaki, Japan, 1989) -
  127. Frost Nixon (Ron Howard, USA/UK/France, 2008) -
  128. The girl who lept through time (Mamoru Hosoda, Japan, 2006) -
  129. Me and you and everyone we know (Maranda July, 2005, USA/UK) -
  130. Chungking express (Wong Kar Wai, Hong Kong, 1994) -
  131. Gun crazy (Joseph H. Lewis, 1950, USA) -
  132. Lost in translation (Sofia Coppola, USA/Japan, 2003) -
  133. Chasing Amy (Kevin Smith, 1997, USA) -
  134. The great dictator (Charlie Chaplin, 1940, USA) -
  135. Somebody up there likes me (Robert Wise, 1956, USA) -
  136. Kung fu panda (Mark Osbourne and John Stevenson, USA, 2008) -
  137. The red shoes (Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, UK, 1948) -
  138. Paris Texas (Wim Wenders, 1984, West Germany/France, UK) -
  139. J'accuse (Abel Gance, 1919, France) -
  140. The fugitive (Andrew Davis, 1993, USA) -
  141. Star Trek 2: The wrath of Khan (Nicholas Meyer, 1982, USA) -
  142. Bob the gambler (Jean Pierre Melville, 1956, France) -
  143. Yojimbo (Akira Kurosawa, 1961, Japan) -
  144. The cat returns (Hiroyuki Morita, 2002, Japan) -
  145. MASH (Robert Altman, USA, 1970) -
  146. Paradise now (Hany Abu-Assas, Israel/Holland/France/Germany, 2005) -
  147. Halloween (John Carpenter, USA, 1978) -
  148. Rachel getting married (Jonathan Demme, USA, 2008) -
  149. Fantasia 2000 (various, USA, 1999) -
  150. The class (Laurent Cantet, France, 2008) -
  151. The wrestler (Darren Aronofsky, USA/France, 2008) -
  152. The last waltz (Martin Scorsese, 1978, USA) -
  153. The damned united (Tom Hooper, UK, 2009) -
  154. Network (Sidney Lumet, USA, 1976) -
  155. Milk (Gus Van Sant, USA, 2008) -
  156. The player (Robert Altman, 1992, USA) -
  157. Gran Torino (Clint Eastwood, USA/Australia, 2008) -
  158. JCVD (Mabrouk El Mechri, Belgium/Luxembourg/France, 2008) -
  159. Star Trek IV: The voyage home (Leonard Nimoy, 1986, USA) -
  160. Ghost busters (Ivan Reitman, USA, 1984) -
  161. Snow White and the seven dwarfs (David Hand, USA, 1937) -
  162. Encounters at the end of the world (Werner Herzog, 2007) -
  163. Saving private Ryan (Steven Speilberg, USA, 1998) -
  164. Star Trek XI (J.J. Abrams, USA/Germany, 2009) -
  165. Inglourious basterds (Quentin Tarantino, 2009, USA/Germany/France) -
  166. The imaginarium of Dr Parnassus (Terry Gilliam, France/Canada/UK, 2009) -
  167. The squid and the whale (Noah Baumbach, 2005, USA) -
  168. Watchmen (Zack Snyder, USA, 2009) -
  169. The reader (Stephen Daldry, USA/Germany, 2008) -
  170. The killers (Robert Siodmak, USA 1946) -
  171. The savage innocents (Nicholas Ray, 1960, France/Italy/UK) -
  172. The thing from another world (Christian Nyby, 1951, USA) -
  173. Hunger (Steve McQueen, UK/Ireland, 2008) -
  174. The big boss (Wei Lo, Hong Kong, 1971) -
  175. Gilda (Charles Vidor, USA, 1946) -
  176. The last emperor - Theatrical cut (Bernardo Bertolucci, China/Italy/UK/France, 1987) -
  177. Umberto D. (Vittorio De Sica, Italy, 1952) -
  178. Down by law (Jim Jarmusch, USA/West Germany, 1986) -
  179. Fish tank (Andrea Arnold, 2009, UK) -
  180. Iron monkey (Woo-Ping Yuen, 1993, Hong Kong) -
  181. Sunset Boulevard (Billy Wilder, USA, 1950) -
  182. Fantasia (Various, USA, 1940) -
  183. Letters from Iwo Jima (Clint Eastwood, USA, 2006) -
  184. Lolita (Stanley Kubrick, 1962, UK) -
  185. Ghost dog (Jim Jarmusch, France/Germany/USA/Japan, 1999) -
  186. Manhattan (Woody Allen, 1979, USA) -
  187. Lone wolf and cub 1: Sword of vengeance (Kenji Misumi, 1872, Japan) -
  188. Rudo y Cursi (Carlos Cuaron, 2009, USA/Mexico) -
  189. La dolce vita (Federico Fellini, Italy/France, 1960) -
  190. The Poseidon adventure (Ronald Neame, USA, 1972) -
  191. Flags of our fathers (Clint Eastwood, USA, 2006) -
  192. Pather Panchali (Satyajit Ray, India, 1955) -
  193. A streetcar named Desire (Elia Kazan, USA, 1951) -
  194. Match point (Woody Allen, UK/USA, 2005) -
  195. Sex, lies and videotape (Steven Soderbergh, USA, 1989) -
  196. All the real girls (David Gordon Green, 2003, USA) -
  197. The little Norse Prince (Isao Takahata, 1968, Japan) -
  198. Bright star (Jane Campion, 2009, UK/Australia/France) -
  199. The lady vanishes (Alfred Hitchcock, UK, 1938) -
  200. O brother, where art thou? (Coen brothers, 2000, UK/USA/France) -
  201. White ribbon (Michael Haneke, 2009, Austria/Germany/France/Italy) -
  202. Mesrine: Killer instinct (Jean Francois Richet, 2008, France/Canada/Italy) -
  203. Out of the blue (Robert Sarkies, New Zealand, 2006) -
  204. Bullet in the head (John Woo, Hong Kong, 1990) -
  205. La vie en rose (Olivier Dahan, France/UK/Czech Republic, 2007) -
  206. Rome open city (Roberto Rossellini, Italy, 1945) -
  207. Audition (Takeshi Miike, 1999, Japan/South Korea) -
  208. Limelight (Charlie Chaplin, 1952, USA) -
  209. Sleeper (Woody Allen, USA, 1973) -
  210. Weekend (Jean-Luc Godard, Italy/France, 1967) -
  211. Warrior King (Prachya Pinkaew, 2005, Thailand) -
  212. Scoop (Woody Allen, UK/USA, 2006) -
  213. The boy in the striped pyjamas (Mark Herman, 2008, UK/USA) -
  214. Man on wire (James Marsh, 2008) -
  215. Three times (Hou Hsiao-Hsien, Taiwan/France, 2005) -
  216. Special bulletin (Edward Zwick, USA, 1983) -
  217. Porco Rosso (Hayao Miyazaki, Japan, 1992) -
  218. An education (Lone Sherfig, UK, 2009) -
  219. Duck soup (Leo McCarey, USA, 1933) -
  220. Gion Bayashi (Kenji Mizoguchi, Japan, 1953) -
  221. Stranger on the third floor (Boris Ingster, 1940, USA) -
  222. A serious man (Coen brothers, 2009, USA/UK/France) -
  223. Police story 2 (Jackie Chan, 1988, Hong Kong) -
  224. Miracle on 34th street (George Seaton, 1947, USA) -
  225. Thirst (Park Chan-Wook, 2009, South Korea) -
  226. The way of the dragon (Bruce Lee, 1972, Hong Kong) -
  227. Nosferatu (F.W. Murnau, 1922, Germany) -
  228. Matchstick men (Ridley Scott, USA, 2003) -
  229. Little Caesar (Mervyn Leroy, 1931, USA) -
  230. Steamboat Bill jr. (Buster Keaton & Charles Reisner, 1928, USA) -
  231. Humanity and paper balloons (Sadao Yamanaka, 1937, Japan) -
  232. Coraline (Henry Selick, USA, 2009) -
  233. Sunshine cleaning (Christine Jeffs, USA, 2008) -
  234. A woman of Paris (Charlie Chaplin, 1923, USA) -
  235. Killers kiss (Stanley Kubrick, USA, 1955) - 
  236. Tales from Earthsea (Goro Miyazaki, Japan, 2006) -
  237. 500 days of Summer (Marc Webb, 2009, USA) -
  238. The darjeeling limited (Wes Anderson, 2007, USA) -
  239. A generation (Andrzej Wajda, 1955, Poland) -
  240. Me and Orson Welles (Richard Linklater, 2008, UK/USA) -
  241. My blueberry nights (Wong Kar-Wai, Hong Kong/China/France, 2007) -
  242. Bridge to Terabithia (Gabor Csupo, 2007, USA) -
  243. Zack and Miri make a porno (Kevin Smith, USA, 2008) -
  244. Ocean waves (aka - I can hear the see, Tomomi Mochizuki. 1993, Japan) -
  245. A bittersweet life (Jee-Woon Kim, 2005, South Korea) -
  246. Green fish (Lee Chang Dong, 1997, South Korea) -
  247. Blade runner (Ridley Scott, 1982, USA/Hong Kong) -
  248. Killer of sheep (Charles Burnett, 1977, USA) -
  249. The bank dick (Edward F. Cline, 1940, USA) -
  250. Manufactured landscapes (Jennifer Baichwal, Canada, 2006) -
  251. Ong bak (Prachya Pinkaew, 2003, Thailand) -
  252. Drag me to hell (Sam Raimi, USA, 2009) -
  253. Pieces of April (Peter Hedges, USA, 2003) -
  254. Priceless (Pierre Salvadori, France, 2006) -
  255. Alien (Ridley Scott, 1979, UK/USA) -
  256. All I desire (Douglas Sirk, USA, 1953) -
  257. In Bruges (Martin McDonagh, UK/USA, 2008) -
  258. Knife in the water (Roman Polanski, Poland, 1962) -
  259. 2 days in Paris (Julie Delpy, France/Germany, 2007) -
  260. The host (Joon-Ho Bong, South Korea, 2006) -
  261. Woman in the moon (Fritz Lang, 1929, Germany) -
  262. Looking for Eric (Ken Loach, UK/France/Italy/Belgium/Spain, 2009) -
  263. Red cliff (John Woo, China, 2009) -
  264. Wonder boys (Curtis Hanson, UK/USA/Germany/Japan, 2000) -
  265. Brief encounter (David Lean, UK, 1945) -
  266. Red road (Andrea Arnold, UK/Denmark, 2006) -
  267. In hell (Ringo Lam, USA, 2003) -
  268. Leaving Las Vegas (Mike Figgis, France/USA/UK, 1995) -
  269. Im a cyborg, but thats ok (Chan-Wook Park, South Korea, 2006) -
  270. All about Lily Chou Chou (Shunji Iwai, 2001, Japan) -
  271. The karate kid (John G. Avildsen, 1984, USA) -
  272. In the loop (Armando Lannucci, UK, 2009) -
  273. Coco avant Chanel (Anne Fontaine, 2009, France) -
  274. Battling Butler (Buster Keaton, 1926, USA) -
  275. Journey into fear (Norman Foster, 1943, USA) -
  276. The sea inside (Alejandro Amenabar,Spain/France/Italy, 2004) -
  277. Belleville rendez-vous (Sylvain Chomet, France/Belgium/Canada/UK, 2003) -
  278. Harry Potter and the half blood prince (David Yates, UK/USA, 2009) -
  279. The hurt locker (Kathryn Bigalow, 2009, USA) - 
  280. Che: part 2 (Steven Soderbergh, Spain/France/USA, 2008) -
  281. Australia (Baz Luhrmann, Australia/USA, 2008) -
  282. Yes man (Peyton Reed, USA/Australia, 2008) -
  283. Che: part 1 (Steven Soderbergh, France/Spain/USA, 2008) -
  284. Duel (Steven Spielberg, USA, 1971) -
  285. Glengarry Glen Ross (James Foley, USA, 1992) -
  286. Half Nelson (Ryan Fleck, USA, 2006) -
  287. Repulsion (Roman Polanski, 1965, UK) -
  288. Love in the afternoon (Eric Rohmer, 1972, France) -
  289. The grifters (Stephen Frears, USA, 1990) -
  290. The invisible man (James Whale, 1933, USA) -
  291. Notting hill (Roger Michell, 1999, UK/USA) -
  292. The 39 steps (Alfred Hitchcock, UK, 1935) -
  293. Grosse pointe blank (George Armitage, USA, 1997) -
  294. Force of evil (Abraham Polonsky, USA, 1948) -
  295. Lars and the real girl (Craig Gillespie, 2007, USA) -
  296. Ashes of time redux (Wong Kar Wai, 1994, Hong Kong, Taiwan, China) -
  297. Paranormal activity (Oren Peli, 2007, USA) -
  298. Antichrist (Lars Von Trier, Denmark/Germany/France/Sweden/Italy/Poland, 2009) -
  299. The cooler (Wayne Kramer, USA, 2003) -
  300. Say anything (Cameron Crowe, 1989, USA) -
  301. Cool runnings (Jon Turteltaub, 1993, USA) -
  302. Synecdoche New York (Charlie Kaufman, USA, 2008) -
  303. Uzak (Nuri Bilge Ceylan, 2002, Turkey) -
  304. District 9 (Neill Blomkamp, 2009, USA/New Zealand) -
  305. The good girl (Miguel Arteta, 2002, USA/Germany/Netherlands) -
  306. Short cuts (Robert Altman, USA, 1993) -
  307. Beetlejuice (Tim Burton, 1988, USA) -
  308. The box (Richard Kelly, 2009, USA) -
  309. Fantastic Mr Fox (Wes Anderson, 2009, USA/UK) -
  310. Bed and board (Francois Truffaut, 1970, France/Italy) -
  311. The men who stare at goats (Grant Heslov, USA/UK, 2009) -
  312. French connection 2 (John Frankenheimer, 1975, USA) -
  313. The United States of Leland (Matthew Ryan Hoge, 2003, USA) -
  314. Last year at Marienbad (Alain Resnais, 1961, France/Italy) -
  315. The escapist (Rupert Wyatt, 2008, UK/Ireland) -
  316. Spies (Fritz Lang, 1928, Germany) -
  317. Cigarette burns (John Carpenter, 2005, USA) -
  318. Creation (John Amiel, 2009, UK) -
  319. The bow (Ki-Duk Kim, 2005, South Korea/Japan) -
  320. Il divo (Paolo Sorrentino, Italy/France, 2008) -
  321. Everything you always wanted to know about sex (Woody Allen, USA, 1972) -
  322. Elf (Jon Favreau, 2003, USA/Germany) -
  323. It came from outer space (Jack Arnold, USA, 1953) -
  324. Valkyrie (Bryan Singer, 2008, USA/Germany) -
  325. The wolf man (George Waggner, USA, 1941) -
  326. The enigma of Kaspar Hauser (Werner Herzog,West Germany, 1974) -
  327. Big nothing (Jean-Baptiste Andrea, 2006, UK/Canada) -
  328. Taxi to the dark side (Alex Gibney, 2007) -
  329. Blind chance (Krzysztof Kieslowski, Poland, 1983) -
  330. The rules of the game (Jean Renoir, France, 1939) -
  331. Escape from the planet of the apes (Don Taylor, USA, 1971) -
  332. The aristocats (Wolfgang Reitherman, USA, 1970) -
  333. Bender's game (Dwayne Carey-Hill, USA, 2008) -
  334. Aguirre, the wrath of God (Werner Herzog, West Germany/Peru/Mexico,1972) -
  335. A wednesday (Neeraj Pandey, 2008, India) -
  336. Wanted (Timur Bekmambetov, USA/Germany, 2008) -
  337. Public enemies (Michael Mann, 2009, USA) -
  338. The soloist (Joe Wright, UK/USA/France, 2009) -
  339. Taking Woodstock (Ang Lee, USA, 2009) -
  340. Dorian Gray (Oliver Parker, 2009, UK) -
  341. The curious case of Benjamin Button (David Fincher,USA, 2008) -
  342. The sweet smell of success (Alexander Mackendrick, USA, 1957) -
  343. Office space (Mike Judge, 1999, USA) -
  344. The place promised in our early days (Makoto Shinkai, Japan, 2004) -
  345. The American friend (Wim Wenders, 1977, West Germany/France) -
  346. Ode to joy (Anna Kazejak-Dawid, Jan Komasa, Maciej Migas, Poland, 2005) - 
  347. Enigma (Michael Apted, UK/USA/Germany/Netherlands, 2001) -
  348. Vicky Cristina Barcelona (Woody Allen, 2008, USA/Spain) -
  349. Marie Antoinette (Sofia Coppola, 2006, USA/France/Japan) -
  350. The navigator (Donald Crisp & Buster Keaton, 1924, USA) -
  351. Police story 4: First strike (Stanley Tong, Australia/Hong Kong/Russia/USA, 1996) -
  352. Transiberian (Brad Anderson, 2008, Spain/Germany/UK/Lithuania) -
  353. That thing you do (Tom Hanks, 1996, USA) -
  354. Sideways (Alexander Payne, USA, 2004) -
  355. Bad Santa (Terry Zwigoff, USA/Germany, 2003) -
  356. Dark star (John Carpenter, 1974, USA) -
  357. Star Trek 3: The search for Spock (Leonard Nimoy, 1984, USA) -
  358. Monte Carlo (Ernst Lubitsch, USA, 1930) -
  359. Time bandits (Terry Gilliam, UK, 1981) -
  360. And God created woman (Roger Vadim, France/Italy, 1956) -
  361. My Winnipeg (Guy Maddin, 2007, Canada) -
  362. Confidence (James Foley, 2003, USA/Canada/Germany) -
  363. Small time crooks (Woody Allen, 2000, USA) -
  364. Revolutionary road (Sam Mendes, USA/UK, 2008) -
  365. Flash Gordon (Mike Hodges, 1980, USA/UK) -
  366. Far North (Asif Kapadia, UK/France, 2007) -
  367. Golden boy (Rouben Mamoulian, 1939, USA) -
  368. Jennifer's body (Karyn Kusama, USA, 2009) -
  369. Crash (Paul Haggis, 2004, USA/Germany) -
  370. Conquest of the planet of the apes (J. Lee Thomson, USA, 1972) -
  371. My name is Bruce (Bruce Campbell, USA, 2007) -
  372. Ghostbusters 2 (Ivan Reitman, 1989, USA) -
  373. White men cant jump  (Ron Shelton, USA, 1992) -
  374. 9 (Shane Acker, USA, 2009) -
  375. Death note (Shusuke Kaneko, 2006, Japan) -
  376. This is Spinal Tap (Rob Reiner, USA, 1984) -
  377. Star wars episode 2: Attack of the clones (George Lucas, USA, 2002) -
  378. Funny people (Judd Apatow, 2009, USA) -
  379. Son of Rambow (Garth Jennings, France/UK/Germany, 2007) - 
  380. Night of the living dead (Tom Savini, USA, 1990) -
  381. X men origins: Wolverine (Gavin Hood, USA, 2009) -
  382. Dodgeball: A true underdog story (Rawson Marshall Thurber, USA/Germany, 2004) -
  383. The Devil wears Prada (David Frankel, 2006, USA) -
  384. The little shop of horrors (Roger Corman, USA, 1960) -
  385. The order (Sheldon Lettich, Aruba/USA, 2001) -
  386. Team America: World police (Trey Parker, USA/Germany, 2004) -
  387. Beware, my lovely (Harry Horner, 1952, USA) -
  388. Last night (Don McKellar, 1998, France/Canada) -
  389. Law abiding citizen (F. Gary Gray, 2009, USA) -
  390. Shark attack 3: Megalodon (David Worth, 2002, Israel/South Africa/USA) -
  391. Defiance (Edward Zwick, USA, 2008) -
  392. Chocolate (Prachya Pinkaew, 2008, Thailand) -
  393. Fahrenheit 9/11 (Michael Moore, 2004) -
  394. Superbad (Greg Mottola, USA, 2007) - 
  395. Intolerable cruelty (Joel & Ethan Coen, USA, 2003) -
  396. Drop dead gorgeous (Michael Patrick Jann, 1999, USA/Germany) -
  397. Horse feathers (Norman Z. McLeod, USA, 1932) -
  398. Weird science (John Hughes, USA, 1985) -
  399. Origin: Spirits of the past (Keiichi Sugiyama, Japan, 2006) -
  400. Jay and Silent Bob strike back (Kevin Smith, 2001, USA) -
  401. Steamboy (Katsuhiro Otomo, 2004, Japan) -
  402. Platinum blonde (Frank Capra, 1931, USA) -
  403. Game of death (Robert Clouse, 1978, Hong Kong/USA) -
  404. The greatest game ever played (Bill Paxton, USA, 2005) -
  405. Fighting delinquents (Seijun Suzuki, Japan, 1960) -
  406. Terminator salvation (McG, USA/Germany/UK/Italy, 2009) -
  407. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (Michael Bay, USA, 2009) -
  408. Bruno (Larry Charles, 2009, USA) -
  409. The school of rock (Richard Linklater, 2003, USA/Germany) -
  410. The number 23 (Joel Schumacher, USA, 2007) -
  411. The day the Earth stood still (Scott Derrickson, 2008, USA/Canada) -
  412. Vampyr (Carl Theodor Dreyer, France/Germany, 1932) -
  413. Countdown to looking glass (Fred Barzyk, USA, 1984) - 
  414. Hulk (Ang Lee, USA, 2003) -
  415. New York stories (Francis Ford Coppola/Martin Scorsese/Woody Allen, USA, 1989) -
  416. The last kiss (Tony Goldwyn, 2006, USA) -
  417. Shorts (Robert Rodriguez, 2009, USA/United Arab Emirates) -
  418. Surrogates (Jonathan Mostow, 2009, USA) -
  419. Fantastic four (Tim Story, USA/Germany, 2005) -
  420. The kingdom (Peter Berg, USA/Germany, 2007) -
  421. Cheri (Stephen Frears, UK/France/Germany, 2009) -
  422. Adventureland (Greg Mottola, 2009, USA) -
  423. The perfect score (Brian Robbins, USA/Germany, 2004) -
  424. 21 (Robert Luketic, USA, 2008) -
  425. Burn after reading (Coen brothers, USA/UK/France, 2008) -
  426. Harry Brown (Daniel Barber, 2009, UK) -
  427. Cashback (Sean Ellis, UK, 2006) -
  428. Shaolin soccer (Stephen Chow, 2001, Hong Kong/China) -
  429. Pineapple express (David Gordon Green, 2008, USA) -
  430. Pandorum (Christian Alvart, 2009, USA/Germany) -
  431. Wake of death (Phillipe Martinez,  UK/Germany/France/South Africa, 2004) -
  432. The hangover (Todd Phillips, USA/Germany, 2009) -
  433. Wimbledon (Richard Loncraine, UK/France, 2004) - 
  434. Love honour and obey (Dominic Anciano and Ray Burdis, 2000, UK) -
  435. Ghoul school (Timothy O'Rawe, USA, 1990) -
  436. Plan 9 from outer space (Edward D. Wood jr, 1959, USA) -
  437. The final destination (David R. Ellis, 2009, USA) -

Short films:
  1. Night and fog (Alain Resnais, 1955, 30mins) -
  2. Vinni-Pukh (Winnie-the-pooh, Fyodor Khitruk, 1969, 11mins) -
  3. The man who planted trees (Frederic Back, 1987, 30mins) -
  4. The high sign (Buster Keaton & Edward F. Cline, 1921, 21mins) -
  5. Presto (Doug Sweetland, 2008, 5mins) -
  6. The play house (Buster Keaton, 1921, 22mins) -
  7. Most (Bobby Garabedian, 2003, 30mins) -
  8. Blitz wolf (Tex Avery, 1942, 8mins) -
  9. Liberty (Leo McCarey, 1929, 20mins) -
  10. Big business (James W. Horne and Leo McCarey, 1929, 18mins) -
  11. Les mistons (Francois Traffaut, 1957, 18mins) -
  12. Bad luck blackie (Tex Avery, 1949, 7mins) -
  13. The goat (Buster Keaton and Malcolm St. Claire, 1921, 20mins) -
  14. Dr. Horribles sing along blog (Joss Whedon, 2008, 45mins) -
  15. BURN-E (Angus MacLane, 2008, 8mins) -
  16. 10 minutes (Ahmed Imamovic, 2002, 10minutes) -
  17. Rock-a-bye bear (Tex Avery, 1952, 8mins) -
  18. Story of one crime (Fyodor Khitruk, 1962, 20mins) -
  19. Baseball Bugs (Frez Freleng, 1946) -
  20. Winnie the pooh goes visiting (Fyodor Khitruk, 1971, 10mins) -  
  21. The music box (James Parrott, 1932, 30mins) -
  22. La maison en petits cubes (Kunio Kato, 2008) -
  23. Neighbors (Edward F. Cline & Buster Keaton, 1920, 17mins) -
  24. Rabbit fire (Chuck Jones, 1951, 7mins) -
  25. Artheme swallows his claranet (Unknown director, 1912) -
  26. Rabbit of Seville (Chuck Jones, 1950) -
  27. To beep or not to beep (Chuck Jones, 1963, 6mins) -
  28. Rabbit punch (Chuck Jones, 1948, 7mins) -
  29. The heart of the world (Guy Maddin, 2000, 6mins) -
  30. Frankenweenie (Tim Burton, 1984, 29mins) -
  31. Little quacker (William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, 1950, 7mins) -
  32. This way up (Smith and Foulkes, 2008) -
  33. The red balloon (Albert Lamorisse, 1956, 34mins) -
  34. Magical maestro (Tex Avery, 1952, 7 mins) -
  35. Antoine et Colette (Francois Truffaut, 1962) -
  36. Rabbit seasoning  (Chuck Jones, 1952, 7mins) -
  37. Film, film, film (Fyodor Khitruk, 1968, 21mins) -
  38. One man band (Mark Andrews and Andrew Jimenez, 2005, 4mins) -
  39. Special delivery (John Weldon and Eunice Macauley, 1978, 7mins) - 
  40. Lavatory lovestory (Konstantin Bronzit, 2007, 9mins) -
  41. Bimbo's initiation (Dave Fleischer, 1931, 6mins) -
  42. Counterfeit cat (Tex Avery, 1949, 7mins) -
  43. First place for cello (unknown director, 1906) -
  44. Hotel chevalier (Wes Anderson, 2007, 10mins) -
  45. Brave little tailor (Bill Roberts, 1938, 9mins) -
  46. Deduce, you say (Chuck Jones, 1956, 7mins) -
  47. Carrotblanca (Douglas McCarthy, 1995, 8mins) -
  48. Vincent (Tim Burton, 1982, 5mins) -
  49. Popeye the sailor meets Sinbad the sailor (Dave Fleischer, 1936, 16mins) -
  50. Snow-White (Dave Fleischer, 1933, 7mins) -
  51. Steal wool (Chuck Jones, 1957) -
  52. The bloody olive (Vincent Bal, 1996, 10mins) -
  53. Island (Fyodor Khitruk, 1973, 9mins) -
  54. Billy's balloon (Don Hertzfeldt, 1998, 6mins) -
  55. The flying car (Kevin Smith, 2002, 6mins) -
  56. Winnie the pooh and a busy day (Fyodor Khitruk and Gennadiy Sokolskiy, 1972, 20mins) -
  57. Father and daughter (Michael Dudok de wit, 2000, 10mins) -
  58. Little rural riding hood (Tex Avery, 1949, 7mins) -
  59. The three little pups (Tex Avery, 1953, 7mins) -
  60. What's up Doc? (Robert McKimson, 1950) -
  61. Polygon (aka - Firing range, Anatoliy Petrov, 1977, 10mins) -
  62. The critic (Ernest Plintoff, 1963, 4mins) -
  63. Bully for Bugs (Chuck Jones, 1953, 7mins) -
  64. Long haired hare (Chuck Jones, 1949) -
  65. Voice of a distant star (Makoto Shinkai and Steven Foster, 2003, 25mins) -
  66. The little match girl (Jean Renoir & Jean Tedesco, 1928, 40mins) -
  67. Swing you sinners (Dave Fleischer, 1930, 8mins) -
  68. The great piggy bank robbery (Robert Clampett, 1946, 8mins) -
  69. The God (Konstantin Bronzit, 2003, 4mins) - 
  70. Sebastian's Voodoo (Joaquin Baldwin, 2008, 4mins) -
  71. In the sweet pie and pie (Jules White, 1941) -
  72. Ah, L'amour (Don Hertzfeldt, 1995, 2mins) -
  73. The clock cleaners (Ben Sharpsteen, 1937, 9mins) -
  74. Papiroflexia (Joaquin Baldwin, 2007, 3mins) -
  75. Genre (Don Hertzfeldt, 1996, 5mins) -
  76. Duck! Rabbit, Duck (Chuck Jones, 1953, 6mins) -
  77. The travels of an ant (Eduard Nazarov, 1983, 9mins) -
  78. Passion of spies (Efim Gamburg, 1967, 20mins) -
  79. Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th century (Chuck Jones, 1953) -
  80. Jerry and the lion (William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, 1950, 7mins) -
  81. The band concert (Wilfred Jackson, 1935, 9mins) -
  82. Rejected (Don Hertzfeldt, 2000, 9mins) -
  83. Rabbit's Kin (Robert McKimson, 1952) -
  84. Feed the kitty (Chuck Jones, 1952, 7 mins) -
  85. Koko's Earth control (Dave Fleischer, 1928, 6mins) -
  86. Three little pigs (Burt Gillett, 1933, 8mins) -
  87. Partly cloudy (Peter Sohn, 2009, 6mins) -
  88. The snowman (Dianne Jackson, 1982, 26mins) -
  89. A wild hare (Tex Avery, 1940, 8mins) -
  90. Who killed who? (Tex Avery, 1943, 8mins) -
  91. The old mill (Wilfred Jackson, 1937, 8mins) -
  92. The gruffalo (Max Lang & Jacob Schuh, 2009, 30mins) -
  93. Building a building (David Hand, 1933, 8mins) -
  94. Charlotte et son jules (Jean-Luc Godard, 13mins, 1960) -
  95. A ninja pays half my rent (Steven K. Tsuchida, 2003, 5mins) -
  96. The haunted house (Edward F. Cline & Buster Keaton, 1921, USA) -
  97. Der fuehrers face (Jack Kinney, 1943, 8mins) -
  98. The sandman (Paul Berry, 1991, 10mins) -
  99. 6 days (Wong Kar Wai, 2002, 4 mins) -
  100. Donald's snow fight (unknown director, 1942, 7mins) -
  101. Wabbit twouble  (Bob Clampett, 1941) -
  102. Easter yeggs (Robert Mckimson, 1947, 8mins) -
  103. Ballot box bunny (Friz Freleng, 1951) -
  104. Scrap happy Daffy (Frank Tashlin, 1943, 8mins) -
  105. Neighbours (Norman McLaren, 1952, 8mins) -
  106. She and her cat (Makoto Shinkai, 1999, 5mins) -
  107. Minnie the moocher (Dave Fleischer, 1932, 8mins) -
  108. The bell boy (Roscoe Arbuckle, 1918, 18mins) -
  109. Das rad (aka - Rocks, Chris Stenner & Arvid Uibel, 2003, 8mins) -
  110. I love to singa (Tex Avery, 1936, 7mins) -
  111. Raving (Julia Stiles, 2007, 20mins) -
  112. The butcher boy (Roscoe Arbuckle, 1917, 24mins) -
  113. La cabina (Antonio Mercero, 1972, 30mins) -
  114. We can do it (Lev Atamanov, 1970, 9mins) -
  115. The cow (Aleksandr Petrov, 1989, 10mins) -
  116. Education for death (Clyde Geronimi, 1943, 10mins) -
  117. Doggy poo (Oh-Sung Kwon, 2003, 30mins) -
  118. Blood and bosh (Hay Plumb, 1913) -
  119. Lily and Jim (Don Hertzfeldt, 1997, 13mins) -
  120. There once was a dog (Eduard Nazarov, 1982, 10mins) -
  121. High diving hare (Friz Freleng, 1949) -
  122. Big top bunny (Robert McKimson, 1951) -
  123. On your mark (Hayao Miyazaki, 6mins, 1995) -
  124. Oktapodi (Emud Mokhberi and Thierry Marchand, 2007, 3mins) -
  125. Grasshoppers (Bruno Bozzetto, 1990, 9mins) -
  126. Ferdinand the bull (unknown director, 1938, 8mins) -
  127. Day of the fight (Stanley Kubrick, 1951, 16mins) -
  128. Have you got any castles? (Frank Tashlin, 1938) -
  129. Doodlebug (Christopher Nolan, 1997) -
  130. The Pearce sisters (Luis Cook, 2007) -
  131. Au secours! (Abel Gance, 1924, 24mins) -
  132. Evil Demon golfball from Hell (Rian Johnson, 1996, 8mins) -
  133. Big house bunny (Friz Freleng, 1950) -
  134. Out west (Roscoe Arbuckle, 1918, 20mins) -
  135. Water, water every hare (Chuck Jones, 1952) -
  136. Coney island (Roscoe Arbuckle, 1917, 25mins) -
  137. Oh, doctor! (Roscoe Arbuckle, 1917, 22mins) -
  138. 5/4 (Ivan Maksimov, 1990, 6mins) -
  139. Bead game (Ishu Patel, 1977, 5mins) -
  140. One minute past midight (Celia Galan Julve, 2004, 12 mins) -
  141. My bunny lies over the sea (Chuck Jones, 1948) -
  142. Daffy Duck and the dinosaur (Chuck Jones, 1939) -
  143. Is it always right to be right? (Lee Mishkin, 1970, 8mins) -
  144. Two-gun Mickey (Unknown director, 1934, 9mins) -
  145. Bath day (Charles A. Nichols, 1946, 7mins) -
  146. Lets love hate (Shia Lebeouf and Lorenzo Eduardo, 2004, 6mins) -
  147. The rough house (Roscoe Arbuckle, 1917, 20mins) -
  148. The bear who loved vodka (Darren Price, 2006, 4mins) -
  149. Good night, nurse (Roscoe Arbuckle, 1918, 26mins) -
  150. Afterlife (Ishu Patel, 1978, 7mins) -
  151. Armoire (Andrei Hryanovskiy, 1970, 5mins) -
  152. Egao (The smile, Makoto Shinkai, 2003, 2mins) -
  153. Revestriction (Barthelemy Bompard, 1990, 5mins) -
  154. Loocy and the moon (John McClosky, 2005, 7 mins) -
  155. His wedding night (Roscoe Arbuckle, 1917, 20mins) -
  156. Matrioska (Co Hoedeman, 1970, 5mins) -
  157. Sissy boy slap party (Guy Maddin, 1995, 4mins) -
  158. Pacifier (Konstantin Bronzit, 1994, 1min) -

And one short which im not going to place as there is only a 3rd of the film remaining.
Moonshine (Roscoe Arbuckle,1918, 7mins)



Films seen twice this year:
The 400 blows
The flying car (short)
Rejected (short)
Rabbit Seasoning (Short)
Bully for Bugs (Short)
JCVD
Enter the dragon
Sunrise: A song of 2 humans
Rock-a-bye bear (short)



Red = Latest entries
Blue = Rewatch
Underlined = Watched at the cinema

Film viewing by decade (only features):
Pre 1930's - 17
1930's - 19
1940's - 21
1950's - 32
1960's - 22
1970's - 35
1980's - 39
1990's - 40
2000's - 208

By country (features only):
Canada - 2
China - 1

France - 12
Germany - 5
Hong Kong - 13
India - 2
Ireland - 1
Italy - 3
Japan - 30
New Zealand - 1
Poland - 4
Romania - 1
South Korea - 7
Spain - 1
Sweden - 2
Thailand - 3
Turkey - 1
UK - 24
USA - 192
West Germany - 1
Mix - 128

Number watched each month(Feaures/Shorts/Total):
January - 44/34/78
February - 44/10/54
March - 33/7/40
April 20/4/24
May 29/7/36
June 38/34/72
July 43/25/68
August 40/14/54
September 41/6/47
October 31/6/37
November 40/11/51
December 37/5/42


Directors with more than 1 film (features/shorts):

Chuck Jones (15) - Rabbit fire, Rabbit seasoning(x2), Duck! rabbit! duck!, Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th century, Bully for Bugs(x2), Long haired hare, Water water every hare, My bunny lies over the sea, Rabbit of Seville, Feed the kitty, Deduce you say, To beep or not to beep, Daffy Duck and the dinosaur, Steal wool, Rabbit punch


Buster Keaton (11) - Our hospitality, The goat, Sherlock Jr, Battling Butler, Steamboat Bill jr, The general, Neighbors, The haunted house, The navigator, The play house, The high sign


Tex Avery (10) - Bad luck blackie, Magical maestro, A wild hare, Rock-a-bye bear, Little rural riding hood, Who killed who?, I love to singa, The three little pups, Counterfeit cat, Blitz wolf


Roscoe Arbuckle (9) - Butcher boy, The rough house, His wedding night, Coney island, Out west, Moonshine, The bell boy, Oh doctor!, Good night nurse


Woody Allen (8) - Everything you always wanted to know about sex, Match point, Sleeper, Scoop, Oedipus wrecks (part of New York stories), Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Manhattan, Small time crooks
Hayao Miyazaki (8) - Kiki's delivery service,  Porco rosso, Spirited away, Howl's moving castle, On your mark, Princess Mononoke, Laputa: Castle in the sky, Nausicaa of the valley of the wind


Charlie Chaplin (7) - The kid, City lights, Modern times, A woman of Paris, The gold rush, The great dictator, Limelight



Dave Fleischer (6) - Bimbo's initiation, Koko's Earth control, Minnie the moocher, Popeye the sailor meets Sinbad the sailor, Swing you sinners, Snow-White
Fyodor Khitruk (6) - Vinni-Pukh, Story of one crime, Winnie the pooh goes visiting, Island, Winnie the pooh and a busy day, Film film film
Kevin Smith (6) - The flying car (x2), Jersey girl, Clerks, Zack and Miri make a porno, Jay and Silent Bob strike back, Chasing Amy


John Carpenter (5) - Assault on precinct 13, Halloween, Dark star, The thing, Cigarette burns
Don Hertzfeldt (5) - Rejected (x2), Billy's balloon, Lily and Jim, Genre, Ah L'amour
Francois Truffaut (5) - The 400 blows, Les mistons, Stolen kisses, Antoine et Colette, Bed and board


Robert Altman (4) - The long goodbye, Short cuts, MASH, The player
Coen brothers (4) - Burn after reading, Intolerable cruelty, A serious man, O brother where art thou?
Frez Freleng (4) - Baseball Bugs, High diving hare, Big house bunny, Ballot box bunny
Jean-Luc Godard (4) - Le mepris, Weekend, Pierrot le fou, Charlotte et son jules
Wong Kar Wai (4) - My blueberry nights, 6 days, Chungking express, Ashes of time redux
Stanley Kubrick (4) - Killers kiss, The killing, Lolita, Day of the fight
Akira Kurosawa (4) - Scandal, Drunken angel, Ikiru, Yojimbo
Robert McKimson (4) - What's up Doc?, Rabbit's Kin, Big top bunny, Easter yeggs
Makoto Shinkai (4) - She and her cat, Voices of a distant star, The smile, The place promised in our early days


Wes Anderson (3) - Fantastic Mr. Fox, The darjeeling limited, Hotel chevalier
Konstantin Bronzit (3) - Pacifier, The God, Lavatory lovestory
Tim Burton (3) - Beetlejuice, Vincent, Frankenweenie
Frank Capra (3) - Mr Smith goes to Washington, Its a wonderful life, Platinum blonde
Clint Eastwood (3) - Flags of our fathers, Gran Torino, Letters from Iwo Jima
Stephen Frears (3) - High fidelity, Cheri, The grifters
Abel Gance (3) - La roue, J'accuse, Au secours!
Terry Gilliam (3) - Time bandits, Brazil, The imaginarium of Dr Parnassus
Werner Herzog (3) - The enigma of Kaspar Hauser, Aguirre the wrath of God, Encounters at the end of the world
Alfred Hitchcock (3) - The 39 steps, Vertigo, The lady vanishes
Jim Jarmusch (3) - Stranger than paradise, Ghost dog, Down by law
John Landis (3) - The blues brothers, An American werewolf in London, Animal house
Fritz Lang (3) - Spies, Metropolis, Woman in the moon
Richard Linklater (3) - Before sunrise, School of rock, Me and Orson Welles
Sidney Lumet (3) - Network, 12 angry men, The verdict
Guy Maddin (3) - The heart of the world, Sissy boy slap party, My Winnipeg
Leo McCarey (3) - Big business, Liberty, Duck soup
Chan-Wook Park (3) - Im a cyborg but thats ok, Oldboy, Thirst
Prachya Pinkaew (3) - Ong bak, Chocolate, Warrior King
Roman Polanski (3) - The pianist, Knife in the water, Repulsion
Martin Scorsese (3) - Life lessons (part of New York stories), Raging bull, The last waltz
Ridley Scott (3) - Alien, Matchstick men, Blade runner
Douglas Sirk (3) - Has anybody seen my gal?, All I desire, Magnificent obsession
Steven Soderbergh (3) - Che: Part 1, Che: Part 2, Sex lies and videotape
Billy Wilder (3) - Sunset Boulevard, The apartment, Double indemnity
John Woo (3) - Hard boiled, Bullit in the head, Red cliff


Andrea Arnold (2) - Red road, Fish tank
Joaquin Baldwin (2) - Papiroflexia, Sebastian's voodoo
Joon-Ho Bong (2) - The host, Memories of murder
Jackie Chan (2) - Police story, Police story 2
Robert Clampett (2) - Wabbit twouble, The great piggy bank robbery
Edward F. Cline (2) - Neighbors, The haunted house
Robert Clouse (2) - Enter the dragon, Game of death
Sofia Coppola (2) - Lost in translation, Marie Antoinette
Jon Favreau (2) - Iron man, Elf
James Foley (2) - Glengarry Glen Ross, Confidence
Marc Forster (2) - The kite runner, Finding Neverland
David Gordon Green (2) - Pineapple express, All the real girls
David Hand (2) - Snow white and the seven dwarfs, Building a building
William Hanna and Joseph Barbera (2) - Little quacker, Jerry and the lion
John Hughes (2) - Weird science, Ferris Bueller's day off
Wilfred Jackson (2) - The band concert, The old mill
Garth Jennings (2) - Son of Rambow, The hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy
Rian Johnson (2) - Brick, Evil demon golfball from Hell
Ki-Duk Kim (2) - Spring summer autumn winter and spring, The bow
Ang Lee (2) - Hulk, Taking Woodstock
Chang-Dong Lee (2) - Green fish, Peppermint candy
Wei Lo (2) - The big boss, Fist of fury
Ernst Lubitsch (2) - Monte Carlo, The student Prince in old Heidelberg
Jean Pierre Melville (2) - Army of shadows, Bob the gambler
Sam Mendes (2) - Revolutionary road, Road to perdition
Kenji Mizoguchi (2) - Sansho dayu, Gion bayashi
Greg Mottola (2) - Superbad, Adventureland
F.W. Murnau (2) - Sunrise (x2), Nosferatu
Eduard Nazarov (2) - There once was a dog, The travels of an ant
Leonard Nimoy (2) - The search for Spock, The voyage home
Ishu Patel (2) - Afterlife, Bead game
Michael Powell (2) - The red shoes, Peeping Tom
Sam Raimi (2) - Evil dead 2, Drag me to hell
Rob Reiner (2) - This is Spinal tap, When Harry met Sally
Ivan Reitman (2) - Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters 2
Jean Renoir (2) - The rules of the game, The little match girl
Alain Resnais (2) - Night and fog, Last year at Marienbad
Ben Sharpsteen (2) - The clock cleaners, Pinocchio
Steven Spielberg (2) - Duel, Saving private Ryan
Frank Tashlin (2) - Have you got any castles?, Scrap happy Daffy
Wim Wenders (2) - The American friend, Paris Texas
Woo-Ping Yuen (2) - Drunken master, Iron monkey
Edward Zwick (2) - Defiance, Special bulletin


Only 1 film:
JJ Abrams, Shane Acker, Ben Affleck, Tomas Alfredson, John Amiel, Pedro Almodovar, Christian Alvart, Dominic Anciano, Jean-Baptiste Andrea, Mark Andrews and Andrew Jiminez, Hany Abu-Assad, Alejandro Amenabar, Brad Anderson, Judd Apatow, Michael Apted, George Armitage, Jack Arnold, Darren Aronofsky, Miguel Arteta, Lev Atamanov, John G. Avildsen, Frederic Back, Jennifer Baichwal, Daniel Barber, Fred Barzyk, Noah Baumbach, Michael Bay, Wolfgang Becker, Timur Bekmambetov, Vincent Bel, Roberto Benigni, Peter Berg, Ingmar Bergman, Paul Berry, Bernardo Bertolucci, Kathryn Bigalow, Neill Blomkamp, John Blystone, Barthelemy Bompard, Danny Boyle, Bruno Bozzetto, Clyde Bruckman, Ray Burdis, Charles Burnett, James Cameron, Bruce Campbell, Jane Campion, Laurent Cantet, Dwayne Carey-Hill, Nuri Bilge Ceylan, John Carney, Larry Charles, Sylvain Chomet, Stephen Chow, Rene Clair, Malcolm St. Clair, Ron Clements, Edward F. Cline, Luis Cook, Francis Ford Coppola,  Roger Corman, Henry Cornelius, Donald Crisp, Cameron Crowe, Gubor Csupo, Carlos Cuaron, Michael Curtiz, Olivier Dahan, Stephen Daldry, Andrew Davis, Vittorio De Sica, Julie Delpy, Cecil B. DeMille, Jonathan Demme, Scott Derrickson, Pete Doctor, Carl Theodor Dreyer, Uli Edel, Lorenzo Eduardo, David R. Ellis, Sean Ellis, Federico Fellini, Mike Figgis, David Fincher, Ryan Fleck, Anne Fontaine, John Ford, Henry Foster, Steven Foster, Georges Franju, David Frankel, John Frankenheimer, Efim Gamburg, Bobby Garabedian, Clyde Geronimi, Alex Gibney, Lewis Gilbert, Craig Gillespie, Burt Gillett, John Glen, Tony Goldwyn, Michel Gondry, Seth Gordon, F. Gary Gray, Val Guest, Celia Galan Julve, Paul Haggis, Michael Haneke, Tom Hanks, Curtis Hanson, Howard Hawks, Peter Hedges, Mark Herman, Grant Heslov, George Roy Hill, Co Hodeman, Mike Hodges, Matthew Ryan Hoge, Gavin Hood, Tom Hooper, James W. Horne, Harry Horner, Mamuro Hososa, Ron Howard, Andrei Hryanovskiy,  Hou Hsiao-Hsien, Ahmed Imamovic,  Boris Ingster, Shunji Iwai, Dianne Jackson, Michael Patrick Jann, Christine Jeffs, Duncan Jones, Spike Jonze, Mike Judge, Miranda July, Shusuke Kaneko, Asif Kapadia, Charlie Kaufman, Kunio Kato, Elia Kazan, Anna Kazejak-Dawid, Richard Kelly, Krzysztof Kieslowski, Jee-Woon Kim, Jack Kinney, Jan Komasa, Yashufumi Kondo, Wayne Kramer, Karyn Kusama, Oh-Sung Kwon, Ringo Lam, Albert Lamorisse, Max Lang, Armando Lannucci, John Lasseter, Wai-Keung Lau, David Lean, Shia Lebeouf, Bruce Lee, Mervyn Leroy, Sheldon Lettich, Joseph H. Lewis, Robert Liketic, Chia-Liang Liu, Ken Loach, Richard Loncraine, Phil Lord, George Lucas, Baz Luhrmann, Hamilton Luske, Louis Malle, Michael Mann, Douglas McCarthy, McG, Norman McLaren, Phillipe Martinez, Martin McDonagh, Norman Z. McLeod, Fernando Meirelles and Katia Lund, Alexander Mackendrick, Angus MacLane, Siu Fai Mak, Ivan Maksimov, Rouben Mamoulian, James Marsh, John McClosky, Don McKellan, Steve McQueen, Mabrouk El Mechri, Antonio Mercero, Nicholas Meyer, Maciej Migas, Takeshi Miike, Chris Miller, Lee Mishkin, Kenji Misumi, Goro Miyazaki, Tomomi Mochizuki, Emud Mokhberi and Thierry Marchand, Roger Michell, Michael Moore, Pierre Morel, Hiroyuki Morita, Jonathan Mostow, Cristian Mungui,Jimmy T. Murakami, John Musker, Mikio Naruse, Ronald Neame, Charles A. Nichols, Christopher Nolan, Christian Nyby, Tomothy O'Rawe, Mark Osbourne, Katsuhiro Otomo, Yasujiru Ozu, Neeraj Pandey, Oliver Parker, Trey Parker, James Parrott, Bill Paxton, Alexander Payne, Oren Peli, Bob Peterson, Aleksandr Petrov, Anatoliy Petrov, Todd Phillips, Ernest Plintoff, Hay Plumb, Abraham Polonsky, Otto Preminger, Darren Price, Louie Psihoyos, Michael Radford, Nicholas Ray, Satyajit Ray, Peyton Reed, Charles Reisner, Wolfgang Reitherman, Jason Reitman, Jean Francois Richet, Brian Robbins, Bill Roberts, Robert Rodriguez, Eric Rohmer, Stuart Rosenberg, Roberto Rossellini, Stefan Ruzowitzky, Pierre Salvadori, Robert Sarkies, Junya Sato, Tom Savini, Jacob Schuh, Joel Schumacher, Robert Schwentke, George Seaton, Henry Selick, Ron Shelton, Lone Sherfig, Bryan Singer, Robert Siodmak, Smith and Foulkes, Peter Sohn, Zack Snyder, Paolo Sorrentino, Andrew Stanton, Chris Stenner, John Stevenson, Julia Stiles, Tim Story, Keiichi Sugiyama, Seijun Suzuki, Doug Sweetland, Isao Takahata, Quentin Tarantino, Don Taylor, J. Lee Thomson, Rawson Marshall Thurber, Johnnie To and Ka-Fai Wai, Stanley Tong, Steven K. Tsuchida, Jon Turteltaub, Arvid Uibel, Roger Vadim, Gus Van Sant, Charles Vidor, Luchino Visconti, Joss Whedon, Edward D. Wood jr,  David Worth, Joe Wright, Rupert Wyatt, William Wyler, Sayao Yamanaka, David Yates, Zhang Yimou, Terence Young, Robert Zemeckis, Terry Zwigoff


Im going to start using Rick_7 way of rating out of 4 stars (with half marks). Mainly because im never using the lower ratings. So the new rating system works out as:
8 = Masterpiece (old style 10/10)
7 = Just short of masterpiece. Still excellent (9/10)
6 = Very good (8/10)
5 = Good (7/10)
4 = Average (6/10)
3 = Dissapointing (5/10)
2 = Poor (4/10 and 3/10)
1 = Terrible (2/10 and 1/10)

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Wathced This Year: 2009 - 2/1/2009 5:10:28 PM   
Rhubarb


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To confuse everyone, an * in mine means first viewing So far this year I have

Behind The Rent Strike (Nick Broomfield 1979)*
The Spy Who Loved Me (Lewis Gilbert 1977)
Letter to Jane (Jean-Luc Godard, Jean-Pierre Gorin 1972)*
The Heroes of Telemark (Anthony Mann, 1965)*

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 2/1/2009 11:22:49 PM   
homersimpson_esq


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Rejigged top 100 - top 100 films I've seen at the cinema this year.

At the moment this equals the 100 films I've seen at the cinema this year, in preferential order.

*****
01. La Roue
02. Moon
03. Inglourious Basterds
04. J'Accuse!
05. Let The Right One In
06. Spirited Away
07. The Cove
08. Bright Star
09. Where The Wild Things Are
10. The Wrestler
11. Gran Torino
12. The 400 Blows

****
13. Pierrot Le Fou
14. Ponyo On The Cliff
15. The White Ribbon
16. The Red Shoes
17. Howl's Moving Castle
18. Slumdog Millionnaire
19. Up
20. An Education
21. Frost/Nixon
22. Mesrine: Killer Instinct
23. Mesrine: Public Enemy No. 1
24. An American Werewolf In London
25. Revolutionary Road
26. Treasure of the Sierra Madre
27. The Baader-Meinhof Complex
28. Red Cliff
29. The International
30. Encounters at the End of the World
31. Animal House
32. Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs
33. Away We Go
34. In The Loop
35. Gomorrah
36. Star Trek
37. Fish Tank
38. Afterschool
39. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
40. District 9
41. Passport to Pimlico
42. Coraline
43. Milk
44. Synecdoche, New York
45. Rudo Y Cursi
46. The Soloist
47. Le Donk and Scor-Zay-Zee

***
48. Me and Orson Welles
49. The Reader
50. Looking For Eric
51. Sunshine Cleaning
52. The Men Who Stare At Goats
53. Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
54. The Time Traveller's Wife
55. (500) Days of Summer
56. Role Models
57. Fantastic Mr. Fox
58. Ikiru
59. Thirst
60. The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus
61. Taking Woodstock
62. Zombieland
63. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
64. Antichrist
65. Monsters Vs Aliens - 3D
66. The Hurt Locker
67. Creation
68. Australia
69. Planet 51
70. Drag Me To Hell
71. State of Play
72. Amelia
73. Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist
74. Bolt 3D
75. Valkyrie
76. Paranormal Activity

**
77. The Box
78. Dorian Gray
79. Public Enemies
80. Watchmen
81. Terminator: Salvation
82. Jennifer's Body
83. Is Anybody There
84. Cheri
85. The Tale of Despereaux
86. Harry Brown
87. Defiance
88. Victoria Terminus
89. Surrogates
90. G-Force
91. Shorts
92. Funny People
93. Bruno

*
94. The Hangover
95. Pandorum
96. Adventureland
97. The Final Destination
98. Year One
99. Knowing
100. Ice Age 3 - 3D
101. Beverley Hills Chihuahua
102. Hotel for Dogs
103. Last House On The Left - Remake
104. Observe and Report
105. The Spirit

N/A
Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans - w/ live accompaniment

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 2/1/2009 11:26:45 PM   
Rhubarb


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Bottom? Are you planning on not watching any more films?

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 2/1/2009 11:27:13 PM   
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ORIGINAL: homersimpson_esq

Starting the year with style. Let's see if I can keep this up this year.

1. Shark Attack 3: Megalodon*

Something tells me this film will stay at the bottom...

An asterisk also means first viewing for me also. I'm going for minimalist presentation - anymore ambitious and I'll never finish it like last year.



You got a rating, Homer?
I saw SA2 the other day in CEX, but no SA3

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RE: Top 100 Films I've Watched This Year: 2009 - 2/1/2009 11:36:12 PM   
homersimpson_esq


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I dislike rating at the best of times, as I find that I may rate one film above another but end up preferring a third lower rated one. It's weird. So I'm just doing a comparative rating by placing each film above or below the other as I see fit. 

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