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My Cinema Diary 2010 - 31/12/2009 10:26:11 AM   
culliford


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  CULLIFORD'S FILM DIARY 2010 


January (16 seen)
Midnight Run (Martin Brest, 1988)
Maria Larssons Eviga Ögonblick (aka "Everlasting Moments", Jan Troell, 2008)
The Manchurian Candidate (Jonathan Demme, 2004)
The Muppet Christmas Carol (Brian Henson, 1992)
Up (Docter & Petersen, 2009)
Public Enemies (Michael Mann, 2009)
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (David Fincher, 2008)
Iron Man (Jon Favreau, 2008)
Die Hard 2 (Renny Harlin, 1990)
Antichrist (Lars von Trier, 2009)
Miracles (Jackie Chan, 1989)
This Is It (Kenny Ortega, 2009)
Once Upon a Time in China (Hark Tsui, 1991)
Lethal Weapon (Richard Donner, 1987)
The Guns of Navarone (J. Lee Thompson, 1961)
Dead Man (Jim Jarmusch, 1995)
 
 
February, March, April (21 seen)
The Hurt Locker (Kathryn Bigelow, 2008)
The King of Comedy (Martin Scorsese, 1982)
Up in the Air (Jason Reitman, 2009)
An Education (Lone Scherfig, 2009)
Mickey's Christmas Carol (Burny Mattinson, 1983)
Moon (Duncan Jones, 2009)
Il Colosso di Rodi (Sergio Leone, 1961)
Where Eagles Dare (Brian G. Hutton, 1968)
The Seventh Seal (Ingmar Bergman, 1957) 
52 Pick-Up (John Frankenheimer, 1986) 
Ninja Assassin (James McTeigue, 2009) 
Cross of Iron (Sam Peckinpah, 1977) 
My Darling Clementine (John Ford, 1946) 
The French Connection (William Friedkin, 1971) 
The Men Who Tread on the Tiger's Tail (Akira Kurosawa, 1945) 
North Face (Philipp Stölzl, 2008)
Hercules in New York (Arthur Allan Seidelman, 1970) 
Dirty Harry (Don Siegel, 1971) 
Shaolin Wooden Men (Chi-Hwa Chen, 1976) 
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (Stephen Herek, 1989) 
Dog Soldiers (Neil Marshall, 2002) 
 
 
May (18 seen)
Once Upon a Time in China II (Hark Tsui, 1992) 
Rumble in the Bronx (Stanley Tong, 1995)
The Road (John Hillcoat, 2009) 
Crazy Heart (Scott Cooper, 2009) 
Five Graves to Cairo (Billy Wilder, 1943) 
A Serious Man (Joen & Ethan Coen, 2009) 
Capitalism: A Love Story (Michael Moore, 2009) 
Daybreakers (Michael & Peter Spierig, 2009) 
Armour of God (Jackie Chan, 1987) 
Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire (Lee Daniels, 2009)
Thirst (Chan-Wook Park, 2009)
The White Ribbon (Michael Haneke, 2009)
Che: Part One "The Argentine" (Steven Soderbergh, 2008)
Che: Part Two "Guerilla" (Steven Soderbergh, 2008) 
Battlestar Galactica: Razor (Alcalá, 2007)
Blue Velvet (David Lynch, 1986)
City Lights (Charlie Chaplin, 1931) 
Solomon Kane (Michael Bassett, 2009) 
 
 
June, July, August, September (21 seen)
Boogie Nights (Paul Thomas Anderson, 1997) 
Spirited Away (Hayao Miyazaki, 2001)
Armour of God 2 (Jackie Chan, 1991) 
The Apartment (Billy Wilder, 1960)
Green Zone (Paul Greengrass, 2010) 
The Heroes of Telemark (Anthony Mann, 1965) 
Audition (Takashi Miike, 1999)
Zathura: A Space Adventure (Jon Favreau, 2005)
The Football Factory (Nick Love, 2004)
Inception (Christopher Nolan, 2010)
The 400 Blows (aka "Les Quatre Cents Coupes", François Traffaut, 1959)
Gremlins (Joe Dante, 1984)
La Dolce Vita (Federico Fellini, 1960)
Battlestar Galactica: The Plan (Edward James Olmos, 2009) 
Kick-Ass (Matthew Vaughn, 2010)
J.S.A.: Joint Security Area (Chan-wook Park, 2000)
Deep Rising (Stephen Sommers, 1998)
From Paris with Love (Pierre Morel, 2010)
Straight to Hell (Alex Cox, 1987)
Ben-Hur (William Wyler, 1959)
Snabba Cash ("Easy Money", Daniel Espinosa, 2010)


October, November, December  (23 seen)
The Book of Eli (Albert & Allen Hughes, 2010)
Blade Runner (Ridley Scott, 1982)
Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage (Dunn & McFadyen, 2010)
Le Silence de la Mer (Jean-Pierre Melville, 1949)
Tonight We Raid Calais (John Brahm, 1943)
Easy Rider (Dennis Hopper, 1969)
The Insider (Michael Mann, 1999)
Suspiria (Dario Argento, 1977)
Prince of Darkness (John Carpenter, 1987)
The Sting (George Roy Hill, 1973)
From Dusk Till Dawn (Robert Rodriguez, 1996)
Scarface (Howard Hawks & Richard Rosson, 1932)
Five Fingers of Death (Chang-hwa Jeong, 1972)
The Lost Boys (Joel Schumacher, 1987)
Eight Diagram Pole Fighter (Chia-Liang Liu, 1984)
Swordsman III: The East is Red (Siu-Tung Ching & Raymond Lee, 1993)
Rush Hour (Brett Ratner, 1998)
Wing Chun (Woo-ping Yuen, 1994)
Rush Hour 2 (Brett Ratner, 2001)
Rush Hour 3 (Brett Ratner, 2007)
Pedicab Driver (Sammo Hung Kam-Bo, 1989) 
Lone Star (John Sayles, 1996)
Predators (Nimród Antal, 2010)
Toy Story 3 (Unkrich, 2010)
 
 


TV series
Police Squad!
Dexter season 4
The Office (complete BBC series 2001-2003)
Battlestar Galactica season 4
The Wire season 2
Community season 1



Films seen: 100



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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 31/12/2009 11:31:02 AM   
O_Goncho


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Woop, front row :D

My film diary, 2009
My film diary, 2010

DVD
Cinema
TV
Other
* = First viewing
^ = Short film

January
Midnight Run (1988)
First film of the decade; it's all downhill from here.
Watchmen: Director's Cut* (2009)
Not much difference, but a few beneficial additions.
Terminator Salvation* (2009)
Pretty stupid.
Avatar* (2009)
Sigourney Weaver's bum in IMAX 3D! No wonder it's doing pretty well.
Driven to Kill* (2009)
Well, I've sat through worse.
Bedtime Stories* (2008)
Shit.
44 Inch Chest* (2010)
Sweary mediation on unrequited love. More of a play than a film.
Up in the Air* (2009)
Slick and fun but poignant and insightful too.
The Lovely Bones* (2010)
Beautiful and upsetting.
Out for Justice (1991)
Any o' you guys seen Richie??!!
The Road* (2010)
Does justice to the source, and Viggo rules.
Funny People* (2009)
Not very funny at first, but it gets there. Quite good.
Attack Force* (2006)
So, so, so bad. Hilariously so.
Rio Bravo (1959)
It doesn't get more fun than this.
Kingdom of Heaven: Director's Cut* (2005)
Absolutely stunning. Never seen the Theatrical cut, and I never want to.
Harry Potter & the Half-Blood Prince* (2009)
Not enough Snape.
An American Werewolf in London* (1981)
Bit of a letdown, but alright.
Get Smart* (2008)
Not bad.
Pulp Fiction (1994)
Something about a watch? Wasn't listening.
The Old Man and the Sea* (1958)
There's a boy too, and sharks.
Pistol Whipped* (2008)
Decidedly not bad, as Seagal's DTV work goes.
Arlington Road* (1999)
Nice beginning, nice ending, meh middle.
The Apartment* (1960)
Quite brilliant, I must say.
Dracula* (1992)
Much more FFC's than Bram Stoker's, but not bad.
Van Wilder* (2002)
Always an easy watch, 'cept for the pastry bit.
Children of Men (2006)
Not the first time I've seen this, but it felt like it. Wow!
Payback* (1999)
Mel used to be so cool.
Universal Soldier: Regeneration* (2010)
Shockingly, pretty great.
Caligula* (1979)
What the fuck did I just watch?
Salo* (1975)
What the fuck did I just watch???
Sherlock Holmes* (2009)
Ahh, that's better.

Total: 31
Favorites: The Road, Kingdom of Heaven, The Apartment, Children of Men, Universal Soldier: Regeneration, Sherlock Holmes

February
Twilight* (2008)
Fuck the world
Zack & Miri Make a Porno* (2008)
Better than I was expecting
An Education* (2009)
That was nice.
The Secret of Kells* (2010)
Tartakovsky-tinged loveliness.
Joshua* (2007)
What a little shit.
The Station Agent* (2003)
Sweet little gem.
Leathal Weapon 2* (1989)
Funny, but my attention wavered.
Stalag 17* (1953)
The Apartment was amazing, this was too. Officially a Billy Wilder fan.
Doubt* (2008)
Well-written, well-acted. 'Bout it, really.
The Bourne Supremacy (2004)
Best of the lot.
The Red Balloon^* (1956)
Charming is the word.
Executive Decision* (1995)
I only wanted to see Seagal. Not the other two boring hours without him.
Exit Wounds* (2001)
Good fun, way better than Executive Decision.
Gremlins (1984)
Even more awesome than my childhood memories led me to expect
The Last Temptation of Christ* (1988)
Mixed reaction, but as technically excellent as was expected.
Transporter 3* (2008)
Gets everything I love about the series completely wrong.

Total: 16
Favorite: The Station Agent

March
Meet the Parents (2000)
I'm ill. This made me feel better.
Mars Attacks (1996)
Such a laugh.
Withnail & I* (1986)
Stupendous
The City of Lost Children* (1995)
A little heavy on style, but quite disturbing at times. Also, Ron Perlman.
A Bittersweet Life* (2005)
Franklyn* (2008)
The Seventh Seal (1957)
Wolfhound* (2007)
The Fall* (2006)
Kick-Ass* (2010)
Shutter Island* (2010)

Total: 11
Favorites: Wolfhound, The Fall, Kick-Ass

April
Princess Mononoke (1997)
America Unchained* (2004)
Star Wars (unaltered version) (1977)

Total: 3
Favorites: Princess Mononoke, Star Wars

May
Witchfinder General* (1968)
Morris: A Life with Bells On* (2009)
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (2005)
Solomon Kane* (2010)
Alice in Wonderland*^ (1903)
Iron Man 2* (2010)
Total Recall* (1986)
Big Trouble in Little China (1986)
Pixels*^ (2010)
Drunken Master* (1978)
Pan's Labyrinth (2006)
Chasing Amy* (1997)

Total: 11
Favorites: Witchfinder General, Total Recall

June
Avatar Days^* (2010)
My Little Sister's Got a Motorcycle^* (Dunno)
The Maggie (1954)*
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... And Spring* (2003)
Ghost in the Shell* (1995)
Star Trek (2008)

Total: 6
Favorites: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... And Spring

July
The Night of the Hunter* (1955)
Unbreakable (2000)
Jason and the Argonauts (1963)
The Secret Garden (1993)
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo* (2010)
Lone Wolf & Cub: Sword of Vengeance* (1972)
Surrogates* (2009)
A Town Called Panic* (2010)
Youth in Revolt* (2010)
Inception* (2010)

Total: 10
Favorites: The Night of the Hunter, Unbreakable, Lone Wolf & Cub, A Town Called Panic, Inception (good month)

August
Toy Story 3* (2010)
Shaun of the Dead (2004)
I Capture the Castle*
Black Death* (2010)
Red Riding (trilogy)* (2009)

Total: 5
Favorites: Toy Story 3

September
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World* (2010)
I Love You, Man* (2009)
Sex Drive*
Land of the Lost*
Race to Witch Mountain*

Total: 5
Favorites: Scott Pilgrim

October
How to Train Your Dragon* (2010)99]Bowfinger* (1999)
Role Models

Total: 4
Favorites: How to Train Your Dragon, The Beguiled

November
The Social Network
Red
Winter's Bone


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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 31/12/2009 12:22:37 PM   
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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 31/12/2009 1:33:30 PM   
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January

Avatar- 8/10
Sherlock Holmes- 7/10

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 31/12/2009 1:35:56 PM   
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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 31/12/2009 1:38:37 PM   
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Let's see if I can beat this year's 100 and something or other. I think about 110 all told...

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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 31/12/2009 1:47:52 PM   
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I will aim for the 100 mark this year after only making 91 in 2009 
  1. Nine (Rob Marshall, 2009) - 6
  2. Nowhere boy (Sam Taylor Wood, 2009) - 7
  3. Sherlock Holmes (Guy Ritchie, 2009) - 6
  4. Departures (Yojiro Takita, 2008) - 10
  5. Im gonna explode (Gerardo Neranjo, 2008) - 6


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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 31/12/2009 1:49:24 PM   
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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 31/12/2009 4:41:21 PM   
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I have a new years resolution to go to the cinema more, let's see if I can beat this year's grand total of 2.......and one of them wasn't even made in the last 50 years......and the other was Underworld 3

I don't think it will take much next year to beat that.

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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 31/12/2009 6:32:36 PM   
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Posts: 1906
Joined: 12/10/2005
I'm taking up resident's here. I almost made it to 365 this year but was short by 15...2010 will be different.

RED = First Viewing
GREEN = Second Viewing
BLACK = Countless viewings

JANUARY

CINEMA

The Princess And The Frog 3/5
Up In The Air 4/5
The Book Of Eli 1/5

Precious 5/5
Edge Of Darkness 2/5

TV/DVD

Zack and Miri Make A Porno 3/5
Easy Virtue 3/5

Hannah And Her Sisters 4/5
Freddy Vs Jason 2/5
Salaam Bombay! 4/5
Radio Days 4/5
XXX 3/5
XXX: The Next Level 2/5
Pickpocket 5/5
September 2/5
Another Woman 2/5
Hard Target 3/5
Crimes And Misdemeanors 5/5
Bedazzled (1967) 3/5
The Hard Way 4/5
New York Stories 3/5
Max Payne 2/5
Dirty Harry 5/5
The Devils 3/5
Magnum Force 3/5
The Enforcer 3/5
Sudden Impact 3/5
The Dead Pool 2/5
Alice 3/5
The Hitcher 4/5
Shock Corridor 4/5
Shadows And Fog 3/5

Force Of Evil 4/5
Back To The Future 5/5
Back To The Future Part II 3/5
Back To The Future Part III 4/5
Husbands And Wives 4/5
The Hitman 3/5
Manhattan Murder Mystery 3/5
Bullets Over Broadway 4/5
Mighty Aphrodite 4/5
Drag Me To Hell 4/5
Hostage 3/5
Everyone Says I Love You 4/5

FEBRUARY


CINEMA

Daybreakers 3/5
Invictus 4/5

Youth In Revolt 3/5
The Wolfman 3/5
Ponyo 4/5
The Lovely Bones 2/5
Micmacs 5/5
The Crazies 4/5

DVD/TV

Antonia's Line 4/5
Deconstructing Harry 3/5
Celebrity 3/5
Crank 2: High Voltage 3/5
House Of Flying Daggers 5/5
The Navigator: A Mediveal Odyssey 3/5
Sweet And Lowdown 4/5
Hulk 3/5
The Pink Panther 2 2/5
Small Time Crooks 4/5
District 9 4/5

The Incredible Hulk 3/5
Repulsion 5/5
The Curse Of The Jade Scorpion 3/5
The Hunted 2/5
Hollywood Ending 3/5
The Sum Of All Fears 4/5
Anything Else 3/5
The Hunt For Red October 4/5
Melinda And Melinda 3/5
Gran Torino 5/5

Patriot Games 3/5
Clear And Present Danger 3/5
Match Point 4/5
Scoop 4/5
Death Wish 3/5
Cassandra's Dream 2/5
Vicky Cristina Barcelona 4/5

MARCH

CINEMA

The Blind Side 3/5
Alice In Wonderland 3/5

Shutter Island 4/5
Old Dogs 1/5
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo 5/5
Kick Ass 5/5
I Love You Phillip Morris 3/5
The Spy Next Door 1/5
I Am Love 2/5

DVD/TV

Whatever Works 4/5
My Life As A Dog 4/5
The Gauntlet 4/5
Pepi, Luci, Bom 3/5
How To Lose Friends And Alienate People 2/5
Every Which Way But Loose 3/5
Any Which Way You Can 2/5
Death Wish 2 1/5
Labyrinth Of Passion 3/5
On Approval 4/5

The Rock 4/5
The Hurt Locker 5/5
Dark Habits 4/5
Alien 5/5
Aliens 5/5
Alien 3 3/5
Alien Resurrection 3/5
What Have I Done To Deserve This? 4/5
Predator 4/5
Predator 2 3/5
Little Miss Sunshine 4/5
Happy Feet 3/5
The Dam Busters 4/5
An Education 3/5
Matador 3/5
Marley And Me 2/5
Heist 3/5
La Balance 4/5
Law Of Desire 3/5

APRIL

CINEMA

Clash Of The Titans 3D 2/5
Whip It 4/5
Date Night 3/5
Dear John 2/5
Date Night 3/5
Iron Man 2 4/5
The Disappearance of Alice Creed 3/5

TV/DVD
I Love You, Man 3/5
Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown 4/5
Hellboy 4/5
Fast & Furious 3/5
Hellboy II: The Golden Army 4/5
A Yank In The R.A.F. 3/5
Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down 4/5
The Sign Of The Cross 4/5
High Heels 5/5
Raiders Of The Lost Ark 5/5
Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom 4/5
Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade 5/5
Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull 4/5
The International 4/5
Kika 3/5
The Mexican 2/5
The Flower Of My Secret 4/5
The Outlaw Josey Wales 5/5
Once Upon A Time In The West 5/5
The Boat That Rocked 2/5
Live Flesh 4/5
Knowing 2/5
Ransom 4/5
Tobacco Road 3/5
All About My Mother 5/5
Running Scared 4/5
The Hot Rock 4/5
I Spit On Your Grave 2/5

MAY

CINEMA

Four Lions 4/5
Hot Tub Time Machine 3/5
Robin Hood 4/5
Bad Lieutenant: Port of Duty - New Orleans 5/5
Prince Of Persia: Sands Of Time 1/5
The Losers 3/5

Disgrace 4/5

DVD/TV

Talk To Her 5/5
Bad Education 5/5

Volver 5/5
Broken Embraces 4/5
Hannah Montana: The Movie 1/5

One Hundred and One Dalmations 4/5
Splash 4/5
Rush Hour 4/5
Rush Hour 2 3/5
Rush Hour 3 2/5
The James Dean Story 3/5
The Prize 4/5
Nighthawks 4/5
M*A*S*H 5/5
Ghosts Of Girlfriends Past 2/5
Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2/5
Dragonball: Evolution 1/5
Only Two Can Play 3/5

17 Again 3/5
Sex Drive 3/5
McCabe And Mrs Miller 4/5

JUNE

CINEMA

Death At A Funeral 1/5
Brooklyn's Finest 3/5
The Karate Kid (2010) 3/5
MacGruber 3/5

Shrek Forever After 4/5
The Rebound 1/5
Get Him To The Greek 3/5

Heartbreaker 4/5

DVD/TV

Boiling Point 3/5
North By Northwest 5/5
Operation Crossbow 3/5
Il Posto 4/5
Watchmen 5/5
Images 3/5
The Bourne Identity 5/5
The Bourne Supremacy 5/5
The Bourne Ultimatum 5/5
Cheri 3/5
JCVD 4/5

San Francisco 4/5
The Long Goodbye 4/5
Battle Of The Sexes 4/5
Friday Night Lights 4/5
Saboteur 4/5
Napoleon Dynamite 4/5
Thieves Like Us 3/5
Paper Heart 3/5
Battlefield Earth 1/5
The Most Dangerous Game 3/5


JULY

CINEMA


Predators 3/5
Inception 5/5
Gainsburgh 4/5
2001: A Space Odyssey 5/5
Toy Story 3 5/5
The A-Team 3/5
Predators 3/5

DVD/TV

Land Of The Lost 2/5
Nashville 5/5

Last Chance Harvey 3/5
Babe 5/5
Planet Of The Apes 3/5
Star Wars - Episode I: The Phantom Menace 3/5
Star Wars - Episode II: Attack of The Clones 3/5
Star Wars - Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith 4/5
Star Wars - Episode IV: A New Hope 5/5
Star Wars - Episdoe V: The Empire Strikes Back 5/5
Midnight 4/5
Slap Shot 4/5
Night At The Museum 3/5
Night At The Museum 2 3/5
3 Women 4/5
Anaconda 2/5
A*P*E* 1/5
Zorro, The Gay Blade 3/5


AUGUST

CINEMA

Knight And Day 4/5
The Sorcerer's Apprentice 1/5
The Runaways 3/5
The Secret In Their Eyes 5/5
Greenberg 3/5
Despicable Me 4/5
The Expendables 2/5
Scott Pilgrim Vs The World 2/5
The Other Guys 4/5
Diary Of A Wimpy Kid 3/5

DVD/TV

A Bridge Too Far 4/5
Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel 3/5
Casino Royale 2/5
From Paris With Love 2/5
Green Zone 4/5
The Seventh Seal 5/5 
Ichi The Killer 4/5
Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix 4/5 
The Joneses 3/5
Cop Out 2/5


SEPTEMBER

CINEMA

Salt 3/5
Going The Distance 2/5
Pirahna 3D 3/5

Winter's Bone 4/5
Made In Dagenham 4/5
Devil 3/5

The Town 5/5

TV/DVD

Repo Men 3/5
The Invisible 3/5
Lethal Weapon 5/5
Lethal Weapon 2 4/5
A View To A Kill 3/5
Lethal Weapon 3 3/5
Lethal Weapon 4 3/5
A Wedding 4/5
All About Eve 5/5


OCTOBER

CINEMA

Back To The Future 5/5
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps 3/5
The Hole in 3D 4/5
The Social Network 5/5
Psycho 5/5
The Next Three Days 4/5
Red 3/5
Burke And Hare 3/5

TV/DVD

The Good Earth 4/5
Black Narcissus 5/5
Lovers And Other Strangers 3/5
Role Models 3/5
Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein 3/5
The Happiest Days Of Your Life 4/5
Beau Geste 4/5
Blackboard Jungle 4/5
The Quatermass Xperiment 4/5

Dracula A.D. 1972 3/5
GI Joe: The Rise Of Cobra 3/5
Let The Right One In 5/5


NOVEMBER

CINEMA

Easy A 4/5
We Are What We Are 3/5
Unstoppable 3/5

Skyline 1/5
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo 5/5
The Girl Who Played With Fire 4/5

DVD/TV

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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 31/12/2009 9:12:47 PM   
KnightofZyryab


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I should like to partake in this project too.

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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 31/12/2009 11:30:53 PM   
Gimli The Dwarf


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Short films


January

Baseball Bugs (1946, Friz Freleng)
Rabbit Seasoning (1952, Chuck Jones)
Long-Haired Hare (1949, Chuck Jones)
High Diving Hare (1949, Friz Freleng)
Bully for Bugs (1953, Chuck Jones)
What's Up Doc? (1950, Robert McKimson)
Rabbit's Kin (1952, Robert McKimson)
Water, Water Every Hare (1952, Chuck Jones)
Big House Bunny (1950, Friz Freleng)
Big Top Bunny (1951, Robert McKimson)
My Bunny Lies over the Sea (1948, Chuck Jones)
Wabbit Twouble (1941, Bob Clampett)
Ballot Box Bunny (1951, Friz Freleng)
Rabbit of Seville (1950, Chuck Jones)
Blooper Bunny (1991, Greg Ford)
Duck Amuck (1953, Chuck Jones)
Dough for the Do-Do (1949, Friz Freleng)
The Additional Capabilities Of The Snout (2008, Ivan Maximov)
Alive In Joburg (2005, Neill Blomkamp)
The Cat Piano (2009, Eddie White/Ari Gibson)
Drip-Along Daffy (1951, Chuck Jones)
Scaredy Cat (1948, Chuck Jones)
The Ducksters (1950, Chuck Jones)
The Scarlet Pumpernickel (1950, Chuck Jones)
Yankee Doodle Daffy (1943, Friz Freleng)
Porky Chops (1949, Arthur Davis)
The Wearing of the Grin (1951, Chuck Jones)
Deduce, You Say (1956, Chuk Jones)
Boobs in the Woods (1950, Robert McKimson)
Golden Yeggs (1950, Friz Freleng)
Rabbit Fire (1951, Chuck Jones)
Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century (1953, Chuck Jones)
Elmer's Candid Camera (1940, Chuck Jones)
Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears (1944, Chuck Jones)
Fast and Furry-ous (1949, Chuck Jones)
Hair-Raising Hare (1946, Chuck Jones)
French Roast (2008, Fabrice Joubert)


February

Logorama (2009, Nicolas Schmerkin)
Granny O'Grimm's Sleeping Beauty (2008, Nick Phelan)
The Lady and the Reaper/La dama y la muerte (2009, Javier Recio Gracia)
The Show-Off (1954, Herk Harvey)
Bloody Merry Christmas (2007, Jan Cechl)
The Horribly Slow Murderer with the Extremely Inefficient Weapon (2008, Richard Gale)
The Family That Dwelt Apart (1973, Yvon Malette)

April
Quiet Please! (1945, William Hanna/Joseph Barbera)
Robin Hood Daffy (1958, Chuck Jones)
Robin Hood Makes Good (1939, Chuck Jones)
Robin Hoodwinked (1957, William Hanna/Joseph Barbera)
Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass Double Feature (1966, John Hubley/Faith Hubley)
The Crunch Bird (1971, Ted Petok)


May

Artheme Swallows his Clarinet (1912)
Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom (1953, Ward Kimball/Charles A. Nichols)
A Symposium on Popular Songs (1962, Bill Justice)
The Skeleton Dance (1929, Walk Disney)
Egyptian Melodies (1931, Wilfred Jackson)
Ferdinand the Bull (1938, Dick Rickard)
Local Boy Makes Good: A Story With a Moral (1939)
Wide Open Spaces (1947, Jack King)
Northwest Hounded Police (1946, Tex Avery)
Gerald McBoing-Boing (1951, Robert Cannon)
The Fresh Vegetable Mystery (1939, Dave Fleischer)
Skeleton Frolics (1937, Ub Iwerks)
Haredevil Hare (1948, Chuck Jones)
For Scent-imental Reasons (1949, Chuck Jones)
Awful Orphan (1949, Chuck Jones)
Frigid Hare (1949, Chuck Jones)
The Hypo-Chondri-Cat (1950, Chuck Jones)
Baton Bunny (1959, Chuck Jones)
Feed the Kitty (1952, Chuck Jones)
Fly (2010, Alan Short)
Don't Give Up the Sheep (1953, Chuck Jones)
Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid (1942, Bob Clampett)
Tortoise Wins by a Hare (1943, Bon Clampett)


June

Canary Row (1950, Friz Freleng)
A Ninja Is For Life, Not Just For Christmas (Noel Goodwin)
This Way Up (2008, Alan Smith/Adam Foulkes)
Borderline (2006, Alex Chandon)
Scrub Me Mama with a Boogie Beat (1941, Walter Lanz)
Bambi Meets Godzilla (1969, Marv Newland)
Little Red Riding Hood (1922, Walt Disney)
Plane Crazy (1928, Walt Disney/Ub Iwerks)
Steamboat Willie (1928, Walt Disney/Ub Iwerks)


July

Superman (1941, Dave Fleischer)
The Mechanical Monsters (1941, Dave Fleischer)
The Adventures of André and Wally B (1984, John Lasseter)
Luxo Jr. (1986, John Lasseter)
Red's Dream (1987, John Lasseter)
Tin Toy (1988, John Lasseter)
Knick Knack (1989, John Lasseter)
Geri's Game (1997, Jan Pinkava)
For the Birds (2000, Ralph Eggleston)
Mike's New Car (2002, Pete Docter/Roger L. Gould)
Boundin' (2003, Bud Luckey)
Jack-Jack Attack (2005, Brad Bird)
One Man Band (2005, Mark Andrews/Andrew Jimenez)
Mater and the Ghostlight (2006, John Lasseter/Dan Scanlon)
Lifted (2006, Gary Rydstrom)
Your Friend the Rat (2007, Jim Capobianco)
BURN-E (2008, Angus MacLane]
Presto (2008, Doug Sweetland)
Partly Cloudy (2009, Peter Sohn)
Dug's Special Mission (2009, Ronnie del Carmen)
George & A.J. (2009. Josh Cooley)
Kitchen Sink (1989, Alison MacLean)
Rhapsody in Rivets (1941, Friz Freleng)
Bolero (1992, Ivan Maximov)
Wind Along the Coast (2003, Ivan Maximov)


August
Day and Night (2010, Teddy Newton)
A Game Of Stones (1965, Jan Švankmajer)
Begone Dull Care (1949, Norman McLaren/Evelyn Lambart
The Cat Concerto (1947, William Hanna/Joseph Barbera)
Tales Of Worm Paranoia (1997, Eddie Fitzgerald)


September


The Grandmother (1970, David Lynch)
Hedgehog In The Fog (1975, Yuriy Norshteyn)
Inspirace (1948,by Karel Zeman)
Peter and The Wolf (2006, Suzie Templeton)
Dog (2001, Suzie Templeton)
Stanley (1999, Suzie Templeton)
Rejected (2000, Don Hertzfeldt)
Vincent (1982, Tim Burton)
Used (2005)
Whistle and I'll Come To You (1968, Jonathan Miller)
Superstar: the Karen Carpenter Story (1987, Todd Haynes)


October

The Adventures Of Jeffrey: Bushcraft Alphabet


November

Hotel Chevalier (2007, Wes Anderson)
Santa's Workshop (1932, Wilfred Jackson)
The Night Before Christmas (1933, Wilfred Jackson)


December

Coyote Falls (2010, Matthew O'Callaghan)
Die, Sweet Roadrunner, Die (2010, Greg Colton)
Canned Feud (1951, Friz Freleng)
Kit for Cat (1948, Friz Freleng)
Bugs and Thugs (1954, Friz Freleng)
Putty Tat Trouble (1951, Friz Freleng)
Bunker Hill Bunny (1950, Friz Freleng)
Tweety's S.O.S. (1951, Friz Freleng)
Daffy Duck Hunt (1949, Robert McKimson)
A Broken Leghorn (1959, Robert McKimson)
Devil May Hare (1953, Robert McKimson)
Speedy Gonzales (1955, Friz Freleng)
The Foghorn Leghorn (1948, Robert McKimson)
Lumber Jerks (1955, Friz Freleng)
The Moonbird (2010, Brother McLeod)
Early to Bet (1951, Robert McKimson)
The Phantoms of Nabua (2009, Apichatpong Weerasethakul)


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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 1/1/2010 10:37:56 AM   
frankie


Posts: 1084
Joined: 30/9/2005
From: Manchester
third yr running - here i am.
After last yrs failed attmpt to see 365 films in a yr (didn't even get to 200), I am setting myself the same challenge again. Watched one already during the early hours, so quite a good start.

January

1st #1 Let The Right One In (Blu-Ray) One of my faves of 2009 and a great way to start the new year.
1st #2 The Sword in the Stone (TV, BBC1) - Still a good Disney movie esp the wizards duel.
1st #3 Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen ((Blu-Ray) Noisy and silly, but diverting enough. Made my headache worse though.
1st #4 17 Again (DVD) - Nonsense, but fun nonsense.
2nd #5 March of the Penguins (TV, ITV3) - Remarkable, but seen it all before from David Attenborough and better too.
2nd #6 Demolition man (TV, Sky Movies) - Not seen since it was released in 1994. It's still an OK film and made me laugh a couple of times.
2nd #7 Up (Download) - I can't get enough of this film. It's just excellent. No, it's perfect.
3rd #8 Way Out West (DVD) - Still one of the funniest films ever made. Stan getting tickled is hilarious.
4th #9 Steptoe & Son: The Movie (TV, Sky Movies) - dated, racist and sexist but it still kept me watching. For nostalgia reasons, you understand.
4th #10 Anvil: The Story of Anvil (Download) - Absolutely heartbreaking doc, but really funny too. Great movie.
7th #11 Face Off (TV, Sky Movies) - still a top action movie but it's completely preposterous and I can't believe Empire gave it five stars and compared it favourably with Die Hard back in the day.
8th #12 Bolt (DVD) - I actually think this is a superior animation. Not quite up with the best of Pixar, but enjoyable. my daughter thought it was hilarious.
9th #13 Inglourious Basterds (Blu-Ray) - I don't care what anybody says. I like this film. Even Mrs Pigeon enjoyed it.
10th #14 Hunger (TV, Ch4 Sky+) - wow. remarkable story told in an amazingly powerful & confident fashion.
15th #15 Forrest Gump (TV, Sky+) - It's ok, but not the great masterpiece some people say it is.
18th #16 The Road (Cinema) - 1st cinema trip of the year and it was very good. Depressing but very good.
19th #17 Almost Famous (TV, Sky Movies, Sky+) - A cracking yarn, but much longer than I'd remembered.
22nd #18 Cast Away (TV, Sky Movies) - Brilliant film. Love it every time.
23rd #19 Cape Fear (TV, Sky Movies) - great movie, not seen for ages. Nick Nolte looks really thin.
23rd #20 The Taking of Pelham 123 (2009) (Blu-Ray) - First time watching it. I liked it. I like most things with Denzel in anyway.
23rd #21 Monsters Vs Aliens (Blu-Ray) - One of Dreamwork's best.
27th #22 500 Days of Summer (Blu-Ray) - Surprised myself at how much I liked this. It was a really nice film.
27th #23 The Taking of Pelham 123 (2009) (Blu-Ray) - 2nd time in a week. still pretty good.
28th #24 Shallow Grave (TV, Film Four) - Not seen for years. It's good but dated more than I expected.
28th #25 Adventureland (Blu-Ray) - nice but predictable comedy.
28th #26 The Spongebob Squarepants Movie (DVD) - Hilarious.
28th #27 The Red Balloon (Online) - it was nice. I'll have to watch it again to fully appreciate it probably.
28th #28 Moon (Blu-Ray) - Remarkable film. Loved it. One of my 2009 faves.
29th #29 The Princess & The Frog (Download) - interesting return to hand drawn animation from Disney.
30th #30 District 9 (Blu-Ray) - Excellent.
31st #31 The Hangover (Blu-Ray) - Funnier than I expected.



February

5th #32 Mesrine: Killer Instinct (Blu-Ray) - Blown away - brilliant movie. Put the sequel on immediately after it ended.
5th #33 Mesrine: Publice Emeny No 1 (Blu-Ray) - Just as good as the first. Gangster classic.
6th #34 G-Force (Blu-Ray) - Definitely one for the kids. Gave me a headache.
8th #35 Youth in Revolt (Cinema) - An odd little film, but it was ok
8th #36 Up In The Air (Cinema) - Not really what I was expecting. A bit disappointing actually. That girl out of Twilight was good though.
8th #37 Daybreakers (Cinema) - I enjoyed this a lot. Good jumpy action horror movie.
11th #38 A Prophet (Cinema) - Yeah, it was good, not as classic as other reviews have said but good.
11th #39 True Romance (DVD) - Classic. More violent than I'd remembered.
12th #40 The Jungle Book (DVD) - My third fave film of all time.
12th #41 Toy Story 2 (DVD) - Excellent sequel. Hope the 3rd one is as good.
13th #42 The Hurt Locker (Blu-Ray) - Best movie of 2009.
14th #43 Ratatouille (DVD) - Under appreciated by some, but not by me.
15th #44 Up (Blu-Ray) - Exquisite. Looks top in Blu-Ray.
16th #45 An Education (Download) - I found this a bit odd. It was ok, and Carey Mullican was brill, but I don't really understand the huge praise it's had. Average really.
19th #46 Push (TV, Sky Movies) - this was just alright. nothing amazing.
19th #47 An American Werewolf In London (HD-DVD) - Never gets old. Such a tighly edited movie too.
19th #48 Up (Blu-Ray) - I think I'm addicted to this film.
26th #49 Coraline (Blu-Ray) - scary weird film.
27th #50 One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (TV, Sky Movies) - first time seeing this believe it or not. It was brilliant.
27th #51 The Shining.(HD-DVD) More Scatman Crothers. And Jack Nicholson. Still truly scary. Jack is excellent.
27th #52 Robocop (TV, Sky Movies) - I LIIIKE IT!!


March

1st #53 Back to the Future 2 (TV, Sky Movies) - Weirdest of the 3, but I like it's ambition.
1st #54 Midnight Run (DVD) - One of my faves. I could watch it endlessly.
2nd #55 From Paris With Love (Cinema) - Tedious and dull.
2nd #56 The Crazies (Cinema) - I haven't seen the original, but I thought this was pretty good.
4th #57 Beware The Moon (DVD) - Excellent feature length documentary about the making of American Werewolf. Fascinating.
6th #58 Fantastic Mr Fox (DVD) - Love the book, so this was never gonna live up to that. Odd, but interesting.
7th #59 Michael Jackson's This Is It (Blu-Ray) - I think this is really good and it's amazing at what they've managed to put together with the footage they had. Should've been nominated for an editing Oscar in my opinion.
7th #60 Dean Spanley (TV, Sky Movies) - A weird film about reincarnation. Very odd.
7th #61 Precious (Download) - Depressing but not without hope. Good stuff.
8th #62 Jumper (Sky Movies) - Daft.
14th #63 Die Hard (Sky Movies) - Never gets old
14th #64 Bolt (TV, Disney Channel) - I liked it.
14th #65 Back To The Future (DVD) - If there was a channel showing BTTF 24 hours a day I'd probably tune in daily. Greatest 80's movie and def in my top 5.
15th #66 The Wicker Man (DVD) - shockingly brilliant.
15th #67 Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (DVD) - Sublime
16th #68 No Distance Left To Run (TV, BBC2) - interesting enough doc on Blur but contained nothing i hadn't really heard about already.
18th #69 Harold & Maude (Streaming Video, lovefilm.com) - I loved this so much. I am now going to have to seriously rethink my top ten movies.
19th #70 Marley & Me (TV, Sky Movies) - I admit I didn't watch all of this, but I saw enough to know it's soppy rubbish. made my wife and daughter blub though so it's at least successful as a tear jerker (if you're a big softy)
19th #71 Shutter Island (Cinema) - I had no expectations but it was brilliant. Kept me interested throughout and I'm still thinking about it the day after.
19th #72 Green Zone (Cinema) - Hmmm, I liked it, but didn't live up to the high expectations I'd had. Will catch it again on dvd.
19th #73 Kill Bill (TV, BBC3) - Bloody good film.
20th #74 Wall-E (DVD) - Excellent
20th #75 The Goonies (DVD) - corny 80's fun
20th #76 Titanic (TV, CH4) - Better than Avatar.
21st #77 Hachi: A Dog's Tale (Cinema) - Surprisingly good.
21st #78 The Spy Next Door (Cinema) - Not bad
23rd #79 The Lovely Bones (Cinema) - I thought it was really good but quite odd.
23rd #80 High Fidelity (TV, Sky Movies) - Brilliant film which really captures the stupidity and nerdiness of blokes.
26th #81 Kick Ass (Cinema) - Enjoyed it a lot. Nic Cage was brilliant in this.
26th #82 I Love You Man (TV, Sky Movies) - Funny how men are.
29th #83 Goodfellas (DVD) - It's brilliant. Still can't believe I hated it the first time i saw it. Must've been drunk.
30th #84 Monty Python & The Holy Grail (DVD) - Amazing movie, one of my fave comedies ever.


April

1st #85 Speed Racer (TV, Sky Movies) - I actually like this.
1st #86 Hercules (TV, Disney) - An underrated and overlooked disney animation. I think it's great
1st #87 Toy Story (Blu-Ray) - Endlessly watchable and still really visibly impressive
2nd #88 Clash of the Titans (Cinema) - Enjoyed this actually. Wasn't really expecting to either.
2nd #89 Alice in Wonderland (Cinema) - A good film, but I felt it went on a bit.
2nd #90 2012 (DVD) - Corny but loadsa fun.
4th #91 National Lampoon's Vacation (TV, Sky Movies) - A fave of mine from the 80's.
4th #92 The Little Mermaid (DVD) - Magical. Watched it with my little girl for first time. She loved it.
4th #93 Who Framed Roger Rabbit (DVD) - another fave from my youth. Looks a bit dated now though.
4th #94 Mamma Mia (DVD) - hilarious
4th #95 Rita, Sue & Bob Too (TV, FilmFour) - fookin brilliant.
5th #96 13 Going on 30 (TV, FIVE) - Didn't make logical sense but was fluffy enough nonsense to keep me and the girls happy for just under 2 hours.
6th #97 Jump In (TV, BBC2) - Well it is the Easter holidays. This was like High School Musical without the singing i.e: slightly bearable.
8th #98 The Blues Brothers (TV, ITV3) - Classic
11th #99 Kes (TV, ITV2) - Heartbreaking brilliance.
11th #100 The Boat That Rocked (TV, Sky Movies) - Not too bad but a bit daft really.
13th #101 Over The Hedge (TV, BBC3) - fun family nonsense.
16th #102 Knowing (TV, Sky Movies) - ridiculous but entertaining. Freaked out the youngest kids though. I'n such a bad dad.
20th #103 The Ghost (Cinema) - quality thriller.
21st #104 Matchstick Men (DVD) - love it.
23rd #'105 He's Just Not That Into You (TV, Sky Movies) - very very girly.
23rd #106 Beethoven (TV, Sky Movies) - Better than I'd remembered but still a bit naff.
23rd #107 The Running Man (TV, Sky Movies) - Ditto
24th #108 Predator (TV, Film Four) - Top 80's action.
25th #109 Beethoven's 2nd (Download) - Yikes.
25th #110 Beethoven's 3rd (Download) - Double Yikes.
25th #111 The Monster Squad (TV, Sky Movies) - That's more like it. A top retro 80's family flick. With just the right amount of inappropriate language.
25th #112 Crank 2: High Voltage (TV, Sky Movies) - Craziness in spades. Unbelievably over the top and it's Geri Halliwell's best movie too.
28th #113 Brief Encounter (DVD) - A fave. never gets old.
30th #114 The Disappearance of Alice Creed (Cinema) - impressed me. Great performances. Very tense throughout.
30th #115 Date Night (Cinema) - Terrible. A shame because I'm a fan of Tina Fey but she could do much better than this.
30th #116 Cemetery Junction (Cinema) - Wonderful I thought. Perfectly formed future classic. Surprised how much I liked this. Reminded me of Billy Liar, one of my favourite films of all time.
30th #117 Iron Man 2 (Cinema) - Was looking forward to this but I found it mostly boring.



May

1st #118 The Little Rascals (DVD) - actually quite a sweet kids film.
2nd #119 Home Alone (TV, Sky Movies) - The break-in/torture sequence at the end is still brilliantly funny.
3rd #120 The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassuss (Blu Ray) - weird but ok.
3rd #121 A Complete History of my Sexual Failures (TV, FilmFour) - Amazingly bad.
7th #122 A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010) (Cinema) - Not a bad remake but nowt special.
7th #123 Four Lions (Cinema) - Brilliant. I really enjoyed it but did feel a bit weird laughing at some of the stuff. Need to watch it again.
7th #124 Hot Tub Time Machine (Cinema) - Funny funny. I liked it.
7th #125 Lost in Translation(TV, Film Four) - classic.
13th #126 Cop Out (Download) - Like an 80's action throwback. Pretty funny.
14th #127 Brief Encounter (DVD) - say no more. 2nd fave film of mine innit.

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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 1/1/2010 1:23:03 PM   
Fuzzbap


Posts: 579
Joined: 30/9/2005
From: A Chinese pipe
Top 20, not bad!

January
A Serious Man 7/10
Avatar 7/10
Up in the Air 9/10

February
Youth in Revolt 7/10

March
Green Zone 9/10
Shutter Island 8/10
I Love You Phillip Morris 8/10
Kick Ass 9/10

April
How to Train Your Dragon (IMAX) 8/10
Iron Man 2 6/10

May
Hot Tub Time Machine 6/10

June


July
Predators 7/10
Inception 9/10
Toy Story 3 9/10

August
The A-Team 7/10
The Expendables 6/10

September
Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World 8/10
The Other Guys 7/10
The Town 8/10

October


November
Let Me In 8/10
Skyline 4/10

December


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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 1/1/2010 11:34:45 PM   
Dave B


Posts: 2761
Joined: 30/9/2005
From: Southampton
Dave B's Cinema Diary 2010

January

23rd - The Road
27th - A Prophet
31st - Precious

Film of the month - The Road. Brilliant adaptation of a difficult book with Viggo Mortensen still proving to be the best actor working today.

Feburary

6th - It's Only a Movie Tour with Mark Kermode

Film of the month - N/A

March


14th - The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
17th - Green Zone
21st - Shutter Island

Film of the month - The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Some excellent films this month but TGWTDT was a welcome surprise. Tough viewing at times but absorbing to watch,

April

6th - Alice In Wonderland
14th - Kick-Ass
29th - Iron Man 2

Film of the month - Kick-Ass. By a mile as well; as entertaining as it is brilliant. One of the highlights of the year so far.

May

10th - Four Lions
14th - Robin Hood
24th - Bad Lieutenant

Film of the month - Four Lions. A strangely gentle and low key comedy drama despite the subject matter and will leave you with an overwhelming feeling of sadness.

June

9th - Lebanon
10th - The Disappearance of Alice Creed
22nd - The Killer Inside Me

Film of the month - The Disappearance of Alice Creed. A fairly cold and detached film but with superb direction and three brilliant central performances.

July

21st - Inception
24th - Toy Story 3

Film of the month - Inception. Although Toy Story 3 comes a close second, Inception's brilliance is truly astonishing. Likely to be film of the year.

August

11th - Inception
19th - Toy Story 3
27th - Piranha 3D

Film of the month - See last month. Although special mention must go to Piranha, which despite poor 3D, was actually very enjoyable.

September

1st - Scott Pilgrim vs the World
7th - The Girl Who Played With Fire

Film of the month - Scott Pilgram vs the World. Shallow and slightly repeatitive but so much fun. With this and Kick-Ass, the comic-book movie is gong from strength to strength

October

2nd - Winter's Bone
24th - A Town Called Panic
27th - The Social Network

Film of the month - The Social Network. Perfectly directed, written and acted. See it as a character study rather than a nail-biting courtroom drama and you'll get far more out of it. Best score of the year so far as well.

November

December

18th - Tron Legacy
18th - Monsters

Film of the month - Monsters. No contest really. While some have complained there aren't enough monsters, they're completely missing the point. A rare film of substance that sticks with you long after the credits have rolled.

Film of the year - Inception. There have been some great films this year but Inception is the clear standout; intelligent, exciting and imaginative. DiCaprio finally proves his worth as a serious actor.

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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 2/1/2010 2:04:03 PM   
Bumfluff

 

Posts: 513
Joined: 30/9/2005
From: 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42
Bumfluffs Cinema Diary 2010

January

10th The Road 6/10
17th The Book of Eli 5/10
17th Up in the Air 8/10
23rd Daybreakers 7/10

February
6th Edge of Darkness 8/10
14th The Princess & the Frog 6/10 
16th Percy Jackson & the Lightning Thief 6/10
20th The Lovely Bones 8/10
21st The Wolfman 5/10
27th Invictus 7/10

March
5th Alice in Wonderland 3D 6/10
9th Legion 4/10
12th Shutter Island 9/10
19th Green Zone 9/10

April
3rd Clash of the Titans 3D 6/10
4th Kick Ass 7/10
15th Cemetary Junction 9/10
18th Repo Men 5/10
20th The Ghost 8/10
30th Iron Man 2 8/10

May
6th The Disappearance of Alice Creed 8/10
9th Hot Tub Time Machine 6/10
13th Robin Hood 8/10
30th Bad Lieutenant 5/10
30th Prince of Persia 7/10
 
June
8th The Losers 7/10

 
**World Cup**


July
3rd Shrek Forever After 3D 7/10
11th Predators 7/10
16th Inception 10/10
19th Toy Story 3 3D 8/10
25th Splice 7/10

August
8th Knight and Day 7/10
10th The A-Team 8/10
13th The Sorcerer's Apprentice 6/10

15th The Last Airbender 3D 5/10
22nd Salt 7/10
22nd Piranha 3D 7/10
24th The Expendables 6/10

29th Scott Pilgrim V The World  9/10
 
**Wedding/Honeymoon**
 
September
17th Devil 8/10
21st Resident Evil : Afterlife 3D 6/10

27th The Town 9/10
28th The Hole 3D 8/10

October
4th Back to the Future 10/10
6th Buried 8/10
10th Wall Street : Money Never Sleeps 7/10
17th The Social Network 9/10
 
November
2nd Saw 3D 7/10
14th Skyline 5/10
20th Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows Pt1 8/10
29th The American 7/10

December
5th Unstoppable 8/10
5th Monsters 5/10
14th The Tourist 6/10
19th Tron Legacy 3D 5/10


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Total Cinema Visits in 2010: 55
Total Cinema Visits in 2009: 70
Total Cinema Visits in 2008: 59
Total Cinema Visits in 2007: 70
Total Cinema Visits in 2006: 64 
Total Cinema Visits in 2005: 71
Total Cinema Visits in 2004: 76
Total Cinema Visits in 2003: 63
Total Cinema Visits in 2002: 57

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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 2/1/2010 2:11:48 PM   
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January

Sherlock Holmes 7/10 
Nine 5/10
Avatar 8/10
Daybreakers 6/10
The Book of Eli 6/10
Up in the Air  8/10
The Road  7/10

February

Edge of Darkness 6/10
Youth in Revolt  8/10
The Wolfman  7/10
The Princess and the Frog  8/10

March

The Lovely Bones  7/10
Percy Jackson and The Lightening Thief  6/10
The Crazies  7/10
Green Zone  8/10
Alice in Wonderland  7/10
Shutter Island  7/10

April

The Blind Side  7/10
Kck-Ass  8/10
Clash of the Titans  7/10
Whip It!  7/10

May
 
Iron Man 2  8/10
Robin Hood  6/10
Sex and the City 2  5/10

June
 
Prince of Persia - Sands of Time  7/10
Streetdance 3D  5/10
Brooklyn's Finest  8/10

July
 
Killers  6/10
Shrek Forever After  7/10
Predators 6/10
Twilight:- Eclipse  6/10
Inception  9/10
Toy Story 3  9/10
The A Team (2010)  8/10

August
 
The Karate Kid (2010)  7/10
Knight and Day  6/10
The Last Airbender  5/10
The Sorcerer's Apprentice  7/10
Salt  7/10
The Expendables 7/10
Pirhana 3D  7/10

Sept
 
Scott Pilgrim v the World  5/10
The Other Guys  7/10

Oct

The Town  8/10
Wall Street - Money Never Sleeps  7/10
The Social Network (x2)  9/10
Saw 3D  5/10

Nov

RED  6/10
Let Me In  8/10
Due Date  6/10
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1   7/10
Unstoppable  7/10

Dec

Narnia - The Voyage of the Dawn Treader   7/10
The Tourist  6/10


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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 3/1/2010 12:15:57 AM   
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Third Eye's Cinema Diary 2010

Black indicates a trip to the cinema
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January 2010
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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 3/1/2010 12:38:53 AM   
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Just wanting to clarify things. If people are using this thread for films that are not just released at the cinema, how is this different from the top 100 films thread 2010? Cos, to me, it seems like it's very much the same thing if folk are listing all their films viewed. 

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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 3/1/2010 12:48:22 AM   
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I seem to have dropped off the list for some reason, so here we go again:

JANUARY


Call Northside 777- DVD 4/5
Out Of The Past - DVD 4/5
Pickup On South Street - DVD 4/5
The Lovely Bones - Cinema 3/5

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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 3/1/2010 1:07:27 AM   
MI Cruise


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Cinema
TV
DVD and BD

Repeat Viewed Movie in Italics


January

1st - Batman: The Movie (Martinson, 1966) -
2nd - Kabul Express (Khan, 2006) -
9th - Daybreakers (Spierig Bros, 2010) -
9th - Wanted (Prabhu Deva, 2009) -
16th - Up in the Air (Reitman, 2009) -
16th - Holiday (Cukor, 1939) -
17th - Shallow Grave (Boyle, 1994) -
20th - 25th Hour (Lee, 2002) -
20th - Trainspotting (Boyle, 1996) -


Total Films Watched - 7

Total Cinema Movies – 2
Total number of DVDs – 4
Total Number of Blu-Rays – 1
Total number of TV films – 2

Top 5 Movies of the Month

5.
4.
3.
2.
1.


February

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March

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April

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May

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June

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July

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Top 5 Movies of the Month

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August

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Top 5 Movies of the Month

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2.
1.


September

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Top 5 Movies of the Month

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4.
3.
2.
1.


October

Total films viewed in October -

Total Cinema Movies –
Total number of DVDs –
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Top 5 Movies of the Month

5.
4.
3.
2.
1.


November

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Total Cinema Movies –
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Top 5 Movies of the Month

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1.


December

Total films viewed in December -

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Total number of DVDs –
Total Number of Blu-Rays –
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Top 5 Movies of the Month

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4.
3.
2.
1.

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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 3/1/2010 7:15:30 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: homersimpson_esq

Just wanting to clarify things. If people are using this thread for films that are not just released at the cinema, how is this different from the top 100 films thread 2010? Cos, to me, it seems like it's very much the same thing if folk are listing all their films viewed. 



The top 100 is an ordered list though. This is diary-like, chronicling what you see and when.


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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 3/1/2010 10:01:31 AM   
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The top 100 can be used for that as well. As can 'Today I Saw'. But this is specifically cinema, Gimli, not a general viewing diary. The USP of this one (and they all really have to have USPs to avoid duplication! ) - is the cinema angle. And the combination of threads is effectively a general viewing diary, so there isn't space for one with that title either, just in case anyone tries to do it - that will be duplication.

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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 3/1/2010 4:13:09 PM   
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Zaph's Cinema Diary 2010

JANUARY

4th - Twilight Saga: New Moon: 5/10
30th - Un Prophète (A Prophet): 9/10

FEBRUARY
28th - The Crazies: 7/10

MARCH
24th - Shutter Island: 8/10
31st - Kick Ass: 8/10

APRIL
30th - Iron Man 2: 8/10

MAY
12th - Robin Hood: 6/10

JULY
8th - Predators: 7/10
16th - Inception: 9/10
20th - Toy Story 3: 9/10
28th - The A-Team: 6/10

AUGUST
30th - Scott Pilgrim Vs the World: 8/10

NOVEMBER
7th - Another Year: 7/10
20th - Biutiful: 8/10
23rd - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1: 7.5/10

DECEMBER

11th - Monsters: 7/10
15th - Rare Exports: 7/10
22nd - Tron Legacy 3D: 7.5/10

Total Cinema Visits in 2010 = 18
Total Cinema Visits in 2009 = 30
Total Cinema Visits in 2008 = 23
Total Cinema Visits in 2007 = 20
Total Cinema Visits in 2006 = 12
Total Cinema Visits in 2005 = 19
Total Cinema Visits in 2004 = 16

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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 3/1/2010 4:52:56 PM   
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Forgive me, but isn't this thread the same as the top 100 films thing? I know it's just cinema, but some people are putting in every film they see?

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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 4/1/2010 1:51:48 AM   
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ORIGINAL: elab49

The top 100 can be used for that as well. As can 'Today I Saw'. But this is specifically cinema, Gimli, not a general viewing diary. The USP of this one (and they all really have to have USPs to avoid duplication! ) - is the cinema angle. And the combination of threads is effectively a general viewing diary, so there isn't space for one with that title either, just in case anyone tries to do it - that will be duplication.



Okey-doke, cinema trips it is. But I've just spent five minutes trying to work out what USP is before I went and googled it

Quick question though! Has it always been a problem using this thread for every film or just since the Top 100 has taken off? This would have been the fifth year running of a thread with the same name that's been used for this purpose, at least by me.


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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 4/1/2010 9:09:49 AM   
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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 9/1/2010 8:17:08 PM   
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Will this get stickied soon?

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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 10/1/2010 9:30:15 AM   
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January
Avatar - 9/10
Sherlock Holmes - 7/10

February
Princess & The Frog - 8/10

March
Alice in Wonderland - 7/10

April
How To Train Your Dragon - 9/10

May
Iron Man 2 - 8/10
Robin Hood - 7/10

June
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time - 7/10

July
Shrek Forever After - 7/10
Inception - 9/10

August
Toy Story 3 - 9/10

September
The Other Guys - 6/10

October
Despicable Me - 8/10
The Social Network - 7/10

November
Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows - Part 1 - 8/10

December
Voyage of the Dawn Treader - 7/10
MegaMind - 8/10
Tron:Legacy - 7/10

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Top 10 of 2010:
1) How to Train Your Dragon
2) Avatar
3) Toy Story 3
4) Inception
5) Megamind
6) Iron Man 2
7) Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows - Part 1
8) Despicable Me
9) Princess & The Frog
10) Robin Hood

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RE: My Cinema Diary 2010 - 15/1/2010 7:48:07 AM   
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Where The Wild Things Are 4/5
The Road 5/5
The Book of Eli 2/5
Up in the Air /5

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