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Monday, 15 December 2014

100 latest films I've watched

From January 2014 to December 2014
Bold: films I consider good.


1/ The Bourne identity (2002)- twice again
2/ The Bourne supremacy (2004)- twice again
3/ The Bourne ultimatum (2007)- twice again
4/ The mask of Zorro (1998)- again
5/ The wolf of Wall Street (2013)
6/ 12 years a slave (2013)
7/ Dead man walking (1995)
8/ The nanny diaries (2007)- again
9/ Capote (2005)
10/ StreetDance (2010)
11/ La délicatesse (Delicacy- France- 2011)
12/ Match point (2005)- twice
13/ Her (2013)
14/ The next 3 days (2010)- again
15/ Premium rush (2012)
16/ Dallas buyers club (2013)
17/ Ostwind: Untertitel auch (Germany- 2013)
18/ Arlington road (1999)
19/ The Shawshank redemption (1994)- again
20/ American hustle (2013)
21/ Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)
22/ In a lonely place (1950)
23/ Stalag 17 (1953)
24/ Catch me if you can (2002)- again
25/ Babel (2006)- again
26/ Farinelli (Italy, Belgium, France- 1994)
27/ Talhotblond (2012)
28/ Buffalo '66 (1998)
29/ The Grand Budapest hotel (2014)
30/ Bring it on (2000)
31/ Saving Mr Banks (2013)
32/ My fair lady (1964)
33/ Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)- again
34/ Fire over England (1937)
35/ 10 things I hate about you (1999)
36/ Blue Jasmine (2013)- twice
37/ The apartment (1960)- twice
38/ The amazing spider man 2 (2014)
39/ Bringing up Baby (1938)
40/ You've got mail (1998)
41/ The gift (2000)
42/ The fault in our stars (2014) 
43/ An affair to remember (1957)
44/ Safe haven (2013)
45/ Sherlock Holmes: The pearl of Death (1944)
46/ Hors de prix (Priceless- France- 2006)- again
47/ Stakeout (1987)
48/ Sherlock Holmes and the house of fear (1945)
49/ Sherlock Holmes: Terror by night (1946)
50/ You only live twice (1967)
51/ Brokeback mountain (2005)- again
52/ Orlando (1992)
53/ Changeling (2008)
54/ The importance of being Earnest (1986)
55/ An ideal husband (1969)
56/ Lady Windermere's fan (1985)
57/ The Lady Eve (1941)
58/ On Golden pond (1981)
59/ Sabrina (1954)
60/ The insect woman (1963)
61/ Firewall (2006)- again
62/ Love story (1970)
63/ The Jane Austen book club (2007)
64/ Stranger than paradise (1985)
65/ Twisted (2004)
66/ 12th night (1988)
67/ Cold Creek manor (2003)
68/ Miss Julie (2014)
69/ The heiress (1949)
70/ On the waterfront (1954)
71/ 夢 (Akira Kurosawa's Dreams- Japan- 1990)
72/ The tenant of Wildfell hall (1996)
73/ Phone booth (2002)
74/ The secret diaries of Miss Anne Lister (2010)
75/ The kids are all right (2010)
76/ Sunset blvd (1950)- twice
77/ The best years of our lives (1946)- twice
78/ Double indemnity (1944)
79/ Addicted to love (1997)
80/ Den brysomme mannen (The bothersome man- Norway- 2006)
81/ Boyhood (2014)
82/ Gone girl (2014)
83/ Enough (2002)
84/ 砂の女 (The woman in the dunes- Japan- 1964)
85/ Ruby Sparks (2012)
86/ Interstellar (2014)
87/ 12th night (Tim Carroll- Ian Russell)
88/ My best friend's wedding (1997)
89/ Leap year (2010)
90/ Bridget Jones's diary (2001)
91/ Wanted (2008)- again
92/ I could never be your woman (2007)
93/ Bridget Jones: The edge of reason (2004)
94/ The lord of the rings 1: The fellowship of the ring (2001)- again
95/ The lord of the rings 2: The 2 towers (2002)- again
96/ The lord of the rings 3: The return of the king (2003)- again
97/ The fly (1986)
98/ Rain man (1988)- again
99/ Pretty woman (1990)- again
100/ The hobbit 3: The battle of the 5 armies (2014) 

6 comments:

  1. I am stunned! Your record-keeping and/or memory surpass any of my capabilities. I am challenged to remember yesterday let alone such a comprehensive record as you have posted. Wow!

    (I watch few movies, but I would agree that Double Indemnity is a great film!)

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    1. Nah, not memory. I have to keep a list because I watch a lot and may need it for, say, recommending films to people or making other lists :D
      The 5 films I love the most among those listed above are:
      - On the Waterfront
      - Sunset Blvd
      - The Apartment
      - The Best Years of Our Lives
      - The Woman in the Dunes
      But yeah, that one is good too.

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  2. Postscript: I am just now reading Tolkien, so I am postponing any Tolkien films until I have finished the books. And I wonder -- isn't it odd that Tolkien's creations (with the Christian themes) continue to be so popular even in a world that has become increasingly secular and openly hostile to the Christian religion.

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    1. I haven't read any of Tolkien's books, but I think they continue to be popular because people can read and enjoy them without connecting these books/films with Christianity or even noticing the Christian themes. And there are creatures like elves, dwarves, trolls..., which are already known to people familiar with Western mythologies, like Harry Potter has dragons, unicorns, werewolves, goblins, centaurs... The world has become increasingly secular and hostile to the Christian religion (even Santa Claus), but the world still likes those creatures and the fantasy genre.
      It seems that the The Lord of the Rings films are more popular than the The Hobbit trilogy.

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  3. Sorry to see you didn't like "The Lady Eve".But then again, I'ma big fan of Preston Sturges...

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    1. It's more like, I didn't get it. Like I didn't get "Gilda". But I will watch them both again when there's time.

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