Monday, December 3, 2012

The Last 50 Movies I've Watched



  1. Air Force One
  2. Thirst
  3. Summertime
  4. Christmas In July
  5. Damsels in Distress
  6. King of New York
  7. Bullhead
  8. A Lesson in Love
  9. The Bride of Frankenstein
  10. A Kind Of Loving
  11. The Road To Morocco
  12. There Will Be Blood
  13. Monster House
  14. Bound
  15. Pygmaliοn
  16. Prometheus
  17. Lenny Bruce- Swear to Tell the Truth
  18. Shoot the Piano Player
  19. Where Is the Friend's Home?
  20. Face to Face
  21. The Major and the Minor
  22. The Four Feathers (1939)
  23. Straight Time
  24. Rollercoaster
  25. Passenger (1963)
  26. Sundays and Cybele
  27. The Amazing Spiderman
  28. Smiles of a Summer Night
  29. Cliffhanger
  30. The Spy Who Came in from the Cold
  31. Ruby Sparks
  32. Angel (1937)
  33. The Wild Bunch
  34. Roman Polanski- Wanted and Desire
  35. Morocco
  36. After the Wedding
  37. The Anderson Platoon
  38. Stage Door
  39. The Sorrow and the Pity
  40. Manhattan Murder Mystery
  41. Kind Hearts and Coronets
  42. Fury (1936)
  43. Sex Pistols - The Filth And The Fury
  44. Total Recall (2012)
  45. Dreams (1955)
  46. Sandra (of a Thousand Delights)
  47. The Spiral Staircase
  48. Les Girls
  49. The Green Ray
  50. The Phantom of Liberty 


Ones I'd particularly recommend from this lists are:
Damsels in Distress
A Kind Of Loving
Bound
Pygmaliοn
Where Is the Friend's Home?
Passenger
The Amazing Spiderman
Smiles of a Summer Night
The Spy Who Came in from the Cold
Roman Polanski- Wanted and Desired
After the Wedding
Stage Door
The Sorrow and the Pity
Manhattan Murder Mystery
Fury
The Green Ray

Plus a few old ones which are good if you haven't ever seen them but which maybe I've seen too many times now: Kind Hearts and Coronets, The Spiral Staircase etc. The Wild Bunch struck me as much worse than my previous memory of it. It annoyed me a lot of the time. Some people really slated the new version of Total Recall but I thought it was fairly decent. The Amazing Spiderman also was better than expected.

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