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Re: 50 Movies in 2010
« Reply #780 on: December 30, 2010, 09:45:21 AM »

49. Ninja Assassin
Can I get to 50 before Friday night???

If I can, you can!
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Re: 50 Movies in 2010
« Reply #781 on: December 30, 2010, 10:02:13 AM »

I found it interesting that no other surviving member of the band was interviewed besides Mick Jones.

2 main interviewees were Don Letts and Mick... so I'm guessing this thing doesn't make air unless Mick approved it on some level.

Which I assume is what you are getting at.  I'm a little slow.
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Re: 50 Movies in 2010
« Reply #782 on: December 30, 2010, 10:49:15 AM »

49. Ninja Assassin
Can I get to 50 before Friday night???

If I can, you can!

Sigh. I'm at 42 new movies. I can probably pound out a few in the next few hours, but 8 is definitely too many. Boooooo to me.
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Re: 50 Movies in 2010
« Reply #783 on: December 30, 2010, 10:56:08 AM »

I can probably pound out a few in the next few hours, but 8 is definitely too many. Boooooo to me.

Where's the taken out of context thread?
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Re: 50 Movies in 2010
« Reply #784 on: December 30, 2010, 11:06:59 AM »

1. Die Hard
2. Inglorious Basterds
3. Domestic Disturbance
4. Barton Fink
5. 500 Days of Summer
6. The Fantastic Mr. Fox
7. A Life Aquatic
8. The Invention of Lying
9. Halloween (2007)
10. Where the Wild Things Are
11. Falling Down
12. Forgetting Sarah Marshall
13. Blood Simple
14. Choke
15. Nerdcore Rising
16. Crazy Heart
17. Black Dynamite - not solidly funny, but better than expected.
18. The Negotiator
19. Die Hard with a Vengeance
20. Bigger, Faster, Stronger: The Side Effects of Being American
21. Men Who Stare at Goats
22.  Big Fan
23. Behind the Mask
24.  The Taking of Pelham 1-2-3
25.  Dark Knight
26. Up in the Air
27. Baby Mama
28. Step Brothers
29.  The Blind Side
30.  Fist of Legend
31. Werewolf
32. Slammin' Salmon
33. Big Trouble in Little China
34.  The Crazies
35. Slither 
36.  Memento
37.  Club Dread
38.  Operation: End Game
39.  The Losers
40. Inception
41. American Grindhouse
42. Extract
43. Network
44. Millers Crossing
45. Good Hair
46. Julie & Julia
47. War, Inc.
48. Danger: Diabolik
49. El Santo vs. the Vampire Women
50. Ghostbusters
51. Ghostbusters 2
52. Machete
53. Frazetta: Painting with Fire
54. Funny People
55. Mars Attacks
56. Toy Story 2
57. The Warriors
58. Galaxy Quest
59. Scrooged
60. Wristcutters: A Love Story
61.  MST3K: Santa Claus
62. Toy Story 3
63. Elf

64. Tom Waits: Under Review
65. Blazing Saddles
66. MST3K: Santa vs The Martians
67. MST3K: Eegah
68. Christmas Vacation
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Re: 50 Movies in 2010
« Reply #785 on: December 30, 2010, 12:50:57 PM »

49. Ninja Assassin
Can I get to 50 before Friday night???

If I can, you can!

Sigh. I'm at 42 new movies. I can probably pound out a few in the next few hours, but 8 is definitely too many. Boooooo to me.
Maybe you can do it if you stop watching STARDUST twice a week. :)
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Re: 50 Movies in 2010
« Reply #786 on: December 30, 2010, 12:53:03 PM »

49. Ninja Assassin
Can I get to 50 before Friday night???

If I can, you can!

Sigh. I'm at 42 new movies. I can probably pound out a few in the next few hours, but 8 is definitely too many. Boooooo to me.
Maybe you can do it if you stop watching STARDUST twice a week. :)
Oh crap. You only watched it once this year!!! This year went by so quickly!!!
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Re: 50 Movies in 2010
« Reply #787 on: December 30, 2010, 01:50:32 PM »

49. Ninja Assassin
Can I get to 50 before Friday night???

If I can, you can!

Sigh. I'm at 42 new movies. I can probably pound out a few in the next few hours, but 8 is definitely too many. Boooooo to me.
Maybe you can do it if you stop watching STARDUST twice a week. :)
Oh crap. You only watched it once this year!!! This year went by so quickly!!!

Weird, isn't it?

The good news is... I bought my own copy finally a couple months ago, so there'll be plenty of viewings in the next few years.

Also - Forgetting Sarah Marshall is a close rival for my attention as of late. I watched half of it the other day...again.
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Re: 50 Movies in 2010
« Reply #788 on: December 30, 2010, 04:44:49 PM »

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1. Bubba Ho-tep
2. Twilight
3. Twilight: New Moon
4. Saved!
5. Moon
6. Whip It!
7. The Holiday
8. Big Nothing
9. Alice in Wonderland (in 3D)
10. Adventureland
11. Twilight: New Moon - rifftracked
12. Raiders of the Lost Ark
13. The Hangover
14. Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe
15. Twilight: New Moon - rifftracked
16. Mary and Max
17.  The Boondock Saints
18. Inception
19. Inception
20. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
21. E.T., the Extra-terrestrial
22. Best Worst Movie
23. Troll 2
24. Scream
25. The Evil Dead
26. Zombieland
27. MST3K: The Corpse Vanishes
28. Let Sleeping Corpses Lie (1974)
29. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Pt. 1
30. Julie and Julia
31. Twilight: Eclipse
32. Serenity
33. Chronos
34. Tangled
35. When in Rome
36. MST3K - Santa Claus
37. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
38. Avalon High
39. Ponyo
40 . The Wizard of Oz
41. The Ugly Truth
42. Gamer
43. Timer
44. Me Without You
45. Alice in Wonderland

46. Harold and Maude - my favorite movie, streaming on Netflix :D

47. The Specials - stupid, but funny in a few places. the English series "No Heroics" follows a similar idea, but the execution is much better

48. Whip It - I still think this is a cute movie

49. The Bounty Hunter - was looking to watch a horrible train-wreck of a romantic comedy, definitely found it in this pile of shit


Just one more to get to 50. What should I watch? Keeping in mind it pretty much needs to be available for Netflix streaming.
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Re: 50 Movies in 2010
« Reply #789 on: December 30, 2010, 06:14:42 PM »

1. A Boy Named Charlie Brown- "Owning 10% of Charlie Brown is like owning 10% of nothing!"
2. Crazy Love- Documentary about a guy who threw acid on a former girlfriend's face, blinding her.  Pretty interesting.
3. Wristcutters: A Love Story- Quirky little story.  Liked it a lot.  
4. District 9- Liked this a lot.  Pretty different.
5. The Maiden Heist- Morgan Freeman, Christopher Walken and William H. Macy.  Very cool quirky indie-type film.  Don't know if this just got a limited release or we just weren't paying attention, but this was really good.
6. Julie & Julia-  LOVED the Julia stuff, didn't care one way or the other about the Julie stuff.  Meryl Streep really can do anything.  
7. The Rare Breed- Jimmy Stewart, Maureen O'Hara, and Juliet Mills.  Brian Keith plays what has to be one of the inspirations for Groundskeeper Willie
8. Cover Girl- Rita Hayworth and Gene Kelly.  Pretty cute, if predictable.  Phil Silvers and Gene made the movie.  Rita was just the pretty face.
9. Big Fan- Um...good, but creepy. Sports Obsession taken to the extreme. Patton Oswalt was really good in this.  
10. Zigfield Follies-  You have let me down Turner Classic Movies!  Let me down!  Somehow hearing that William Powell was "playing" Zigfield made me think that this was a movie about the follies, not a bunch of folly skits....sketches...whatever.  They were okay and all, especially the Astaire/Kelly number, but not what I was in the mood for.  Guess there OTHER movie where William Powell plays Zigfield is the movie about the follies.  
11. Moon.  This was good.  Really well acted, liked the Compy played by Kevin Spacey and a smiley face quite a bit.  Skip the short film that's also on the DVD though.  It's not super short, and not that good.  No idea the director was David Bowie's son til I IMDB'd it later
12. Taking Woodstock- I liked it.  Freaking loved Liev Schriber.  
13. Roman Holiday- TCM on Demand.  Very good.  Kept wondering who the friend was.  Looked him up, he's the guy from Green Acres!  Gregory Peck was awesome.  Audrey Hepburn was awesome.  Pretty much made me want to run away and play around for a whole day.
14. Pinky- TCM on Demand again.  Part of Black History Month.  Man, racism sucks.
15. Pop Star on Ice- Johnny Weir's documentary.  Really interesting.  I guess Sundance aired it as a precursor to his reality show.  I think that Johnny really got judged at the olympics based on his off-ice antics as equally as his performance. It's funny, at one point Johnny's mom is comparing Johnny and Lysacek and she's talking about how Johnny is more artist, and Lysacek is more athlete, and that's the same complaint that Plushenko had with the Olympics, that he was the athlete and Lysacek was the artist.  
16. Full Grown Men-  We watched it for Judah Friedlander and Amy Sedaris.  Amy was in it for approximately 3 minutes, and Judah couldn't save it from the annoying twit of a lead.  I didn't like this at all.
17. 13 Going on 30.  Caught this on the FX HD channel while I was feeding and playing with the baby.  Wasn't awful, wasn't great.  It was good for something do have on while doing other things.
18. Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs.  Really cute, liked Steve the monkey.
19. It's Always Fair Weather- Gene Kelly, Cyd Charisse.  Really good.  Kelly doing a number on rollerskates was amazing.
20. Parnell- Clark Gable, Myrna Loy.  Not sure if this was a true story or not, but it was about an Irish Politian (Gable) who falls for a rival's wife (Loy).  It's really bad because he's like the only Irishman who would convince England to give them Home Rule...or something.  Not a great movie, not a terrible movie.  AWFUL accents...for the parts where they tried to do accents.  Gable and Loy do have a fair amount of chemistry though.  
21. Lars & the Real Girl- Cute, better and less creepy than I thought it was going to be
22. FairyTale: A True Story.  Only stoped on this because I saw Bill Nighy.  I don't know why I stopped, he's been in more bad movies than good
23. Inglourious Basterds. Liked it a lot.  Like Kwyj said, it wasn't nearly as gory or violent as I thought it was going to be.  I guess they marketed it that way so all the dudes would go see it?  Only had to close my eyes for 2 parts.
24. Will Ferrell You're Welcome America: A Final Night with George W. Bush. The part with the nicknames was my favorite
25. The Pirate- Another Gene Kelly & Judy Garland pic.  Judy wasn't really in this as much.  Apparently it was one of her more drugged up/sickly periods.  The last of Judy's movies that Minnelli directed.  Kelly was awesome. SUPER handsome and all swarthy and stuff
26. Quality Street. RomCom from 1937 starring Katharine Hepburn.  It was okay.  
27. Royal Wedding- Fred Astaire's "dancing on the celing" movie.  Good for the dancing, story was okay.
28. A Place in the Sun.  Sad and so intense it was hard to watch.  That said though, it was really good
29. Blue Hawaii.  Elvis.  Loved it.  Too funny that Angela Landsbury was his mom in this.  I looked it up later and she's only 10 years older than he was.
30. Poseiden Adventure- The original.  Loved this when I was a kid, still liked it today.  
31. Ratatouille- Not my favorite Pixar, but even that is better than soooo much else that's out there
32. the Goods Live Hard Sell Hard- Did they make this movie like 5 years ago, shelve it because it wasn't very good, then release it when The Hangover came out?  Ken Jeong looks a lot different in this than he does on Community
33. Idiocracy- Awesome
34. Summer Stock- Gene Kelly & Judy Garland again.  *love*
35. Jewel Robbery- Old movie with William Powell.  Thought it was really funny they kept referring to the robber as this "dashing young man."  I think William Powell was probably one of those people who never looked young.
36. Sherlock Homes- Liked it way more than I thought I would.
37. Meet Me in St. Louis- Not as much music in this musical as I'm used to. The Halloween night scenes were shot so cool.
38. The Awful Truth- Cary Grant and  Irene Dunn want a divorce...or do they?
39. Shutter Island- Really dug it.  
40. The Cooler- LOVED this.  William H Macy is so awesome.  Cannot believe that casinos really used/use this "cooler" method.  But I can also totally see it too.  Weird.
41. The Men Who Stare at Goats- I liked this a lot.  Slow pacing, but in a good way.  They really took the time to build it all up nicely.  Loved the line at the beginning that said something to the effect of "more of this story than you can believe is true"
42. The Informant!  Again, just a really good flick.  Perfectly played by Matt Damon and Joel McHale and Scott Bakula.  
43. Iron Giant- Can't believe I had never seen this.  Really good heartfelt with actually animation.  I sometimes forget how good animation looks.  Makes me want to break out Disney's Robin Hood or Fox and the Hound or The Secret of NIMH or something.
44. 2001: A Space Odyssey.  *in best Men on Film voice* "hated it"
45. Life with Father- Like Kwij said, William Powell and a crazy beautiful 14 year old Elizabeth Taylor in a supporting role.  I had seen this when I was younger and always loved it.  Held up well in my estimation.  Just a really good wholesome sweet little movie.
46. Oklahoma.  Weird seeing Shirley Jones with any hairstyle other than her super mod 70s shag/bob thing.  
47. Crossroads- William Powell Heddy Lamar and Basil Rathbone (BR Day on TCM). Rathbone is blackmailing Powell for something he did in his past.  Good stuff.
48. The Last Days of Pompeii, Basil Rathbone day on TCM.
49. The Shop Around the Corner.  Belive this is the first of the movies like this.  Also one with Judy Garland, and of course, You've Got Mail with Tom Hanks.  This was the Jimmy Stewart version.  Simple sweet little movie.  
50. Picnic- This was great.  William Holden and Kim Novak star. Heartbreaking.
51. The Mummy (1959)
52. Curse of the Mummy's Tomb (1964)
53. The Mummy's Shroud (71)  Watched these Hammer films on TCM one night
54. The Mad Magician- Old Vincent Price flick.  Not bad, not good.  He's the bad guy (of course), but one you're rooting for
55. Andy hardy's Double Life
56. Andy Hardy's Blonde Trouble
57. Some other stupid Andy Hardy movie.  TCM had Mickey Rooney day or something I guess.  There were like 20 of these stupid movies.  I guess they were popular.  I don't understand why.  Also don't get why Andy (Mickey Rooney) got all the hot girls.  Esther Williams, Donna Reed, Judy Garland...  Yeah, I'm not seeing it.

I'm pretty sure this catches me up, and I'm not duplicating anything on my list.  Probably forgot some old movies, but you can't keep track of them all...well, you could, but I didn't.

58. James & The Giant Peach.  Watched this forever ago on steaming Netflix.  This was awesome.  
59. The Long, Long Trailer  Lucy & Desi.  Classic.  I strangely always thought it was part of the show when I was a kid.  Like I thought it was Lucy & Desi’s (the characters)  honeymoon.
60. The Neverending Story  Also a Netflix streaming view I believe.  Holds up well.  
61. My Favorite Wife  Irene Dunn & Cary Grant.  
62. A Serious Man  I really liked this quite a bit.  Kind of weird, but I was expecting that, it’s the Coens.
63. The Fantastic Mr. Fox.  Really liked it, but I like Wes Anderson.  I think somebody else said at the time that it looked like Wes Anderson, just stop animation instead of live action, and that just about sums it up.
64. Love Actually.  Annual viewing.  Ugh.  Can’t believe the sheriff from Walking Dead was the one guy in this though.
65. The Hoax.  Richard Gere plays the guy who faked the Howard Hughes biography in the 70s.  
66. The Haunting.  First time I watched this I had to turn it off because it freaked me out so bad.  
67. Mad Money.  Lame.
68. Date Night  “I’m a man on bottom, if you’re into that”  I thought this was hilarious.  I think I went in with low expections though, since everybody else I knew said “It was funny, but it could have been better”
69. In the Good Old Summertime.  2nd of the “pen pal who is the peson you hate, but you don’t really hate them, you love them” movies.  Kwyj said we are not going to go for the trilogy and watch You’ve Got Mail, even though it’s not that bad, and we both love Tom Hanks and Steve Zahn.
70. Some old black & white monster movie set in Rome.  Involved a fishing village as the site of some rocket ship crash, and they brought back a creature.  a CREATURE.  Watched this on TCM or TCM on demand.  tried to look it up, but couldn't find it.  It was cheesy and bad, but fun.  The fight between the elephant at the zoo and the creature was magnificent.
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Re: 50 Movies in 2010
« Reply #790 on: December 30, 2010, 08:46:58 PM »

At the end of 2009, I wrote this...
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So, 144 movies eh? Can't say I will be waching as many next year if recent trends continue.

I have watched 144 movies this year and likely to watch "Party Party" (again) tomorrow as my 145th

How weird is that number? Is it just 'the most I can take' or have the physical time for or something?

No way I'm gonna watch the same quantity in 2011 (Famous last words?)
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Re: 50 Movies in 2010
« Reply #791 on: December 31, 2010, 03:56:20 PM »

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1. Bubba Ho-tep
2. Twilight
3. Twilight: New Moon
4. Saved!
5. Moon
6. Whip It!
7. The Holiday
8. Big Nothing
9. Alice in Wonderland (in 3D)
10. Adventureland
11. Twilight: New Moon - rifftracked
12. Raiders of the Lost Ark
13. The Hangover
14. Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe
15. Twilight: New Moon - rifftracked
16. Mary and Max
17.  The Boondock Saints
18. Inception
19. Inception
20. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
21. E.T., the Extra-terrestrial
22. Best Worst Movie
23. Troll 2
24. Scream
25. The Evil Dead
26. Zombieland
27. MST3K: The Corpse Vanishes
28. Let Sleeping Corpses Lie (1974)
29. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Pt. 1
30. Julie and Julia
31. Twilight: Eclipse
32. Serenity
33. Chronos
34. Tangled
35. When in Rome
36. MST3K - Santa Claus
37. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
38. Avalon High
39. Ponyo
40 . The Wizard of Oz - not sure where to add this, saw it on Dec 3rd.
41. The Ugly Truth
42. Gamer
43. Timer
44. Me Without You
45. Alice in Wonderland
46. Harold and Maude
47. The Specials
48. Whip It
49. The Bounty Hunter

50. Shades of Ray - stupid movie with Chuck from Chuck and Topher from Dollhouse. <3 both those dudes so that's why I picked it

51. Careless - really stupid movie with Topher from Dollhouse and Colin Hanks. picked it for the same reason as #50

52. Stardust - wanted to watch something I actually really enjoy, and was talking about this movie at Beer Hero last night because of the DeNiro performance.
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Re: 50 Movies in 2010
« Reply #792 on: December 31, 2010, 09:38:33 PM »

1. Team America: World Police
2. Mars Attacks
3. Paranormal Activity
4. In the Loop
5. The Invention of Lying
6. Moon
7. Michael Jackson's This Is It
8. Fletch
9. I'm Gonna Git You Sucka
10. Manufactured Landscapes
11. St. Trinian's School for Bad Girls
12. The Hurt Locker
13. The Grapes of Wrath
14. Garbage: The Revolution Begins at Home
15. Avatar
16. Henry Poole is Here
17. Christine
18. Saturday Night Fever
19. Monsters Inc
20. In Short: Academy Awards Shorts IV
21. The Net
22. Believe: The Eddie Izzard Story
23. Fantastic Mr. Fox
24. An Education
25. Precious
26. Le Mans
27. Pirate Radio (aka The Boat the Rocked)
28. Thank God It's Friday
29. Who the @#%* is Jackson Pollock?
30. Helvetica
31. Gidget Goes Hawaiian
32. Idiocracy
33. A Hard Days Night
34. Hot Nights on Campus
35. Rock City
36. Paint Your Wagon
37. Surfer, Dude
38. Stonehenge Apocalypse
39. Bolt
40. Shutter Island
41. Alice in Wonderland
42. The Village Barbershop
43. The Stones in Exile
44. Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage
45. Let's Spend the Night Together
46. Green Zone
47. Visioneers
48. Inception
49. Hot Tub Time Machine
50. The Runaways
51. The Joneses
52. Carts of Darkness
53. That's Entertainment part 2
54. The Station Agent
55. It Might Get Loud
56. Trouble the Water
57. Mary & Max
58. The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
59. The Big Lebowski
60. The Family Way
61. Zombieland
62. Babies
63. Flame & Citron
64. The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
65. Toy Story 3
66. Oliver
67. Fast Times at Ridgemont High
68. Winnebago Man
69. The Last Truck: The Closing of a GM Plant
70. The Girl Who Played With Fire
71. Tron Legacy
72. A Christmas Story
73. Rebel Truce: The History of The Clash
74. Party Party
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Re: 50 Movies in 2010
« Reply #793 on: January 01, 2011, 08:34:44 AM »

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Films watched for the first time in Bold  

1 • Sherlock Holmes
2 • Team America: World Police
3 • Mars Attacks!
4 • Paranormal Activity
5 • In the Loop
6 • The Invention of Lying
7 • The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
8 • Moon
9 • Extract
10 • 10
11 • Michael Jackson's This Is It
12 • Fletch
13 • Surrogates
14 • Midnight Cowboy
15 • I'm Gonna Git You Sucka!
16 • Manufactured Landscapes
17 • St Trinians
18 • The Hurt Locker
19 • The Damned United
20 • The Grapes of Wrath
21 • Garbage! The Revolution Begins At Home
22 • Avatar
23 • Henry Poole is Here
24 • 2012
25 • Christine
26 • The Cove
27 • Toys
28 • 633 Squadron
29 • Saturday Night Fever
30 • Monsters Inc
31 • In Short: Academy Awards Shorts IV
32 • Made of Honor
33 • Alien Nation
34 • The Net
35 • Believe - The Eddie Izzard Story
36 • Fantastic Mr Fox
37 • Everybody's Fine
38 • Bachelor Party
39 • Brideshead Revisited
40 • For Pete's Sake
41 • An Education
42 • Precious
43 • Le Mans
44 • Giant
45 • Pirate Radio (aka The Boat that Rocked)
46 • Thank God It's Friday
47 • Who the #$&% Is Jackson Pollock?
48 • It's Complicated
49 • Wattstax
50 • Helvetica
51 • The Thomas Crown Affair (1968)
52 • G.I. Jane
53 • Crazy Heart
54 • Irina Palm
55 • Capitalism - A Love Story
56 • Gidget Goes Hawaiian
57 • The Goodbye Girl
58 • Idiocracy
59 • Donnie Darko
60 • Hook
61 • A Hard Day's Night
62 • Hot Night on Campus
63 • Rock City
64 • Paint Your Wagon
65 • The Natural
66 • Surfer, Dude
67 • Stonehenge Apocalypse
68 • Bolt
69 • Paul Blart: Mall Cop
70 • Bullitt
71 • Shutter Island
72 • Alice in Wonderland
73 • The Village Barbershop
74 • The Stones in Exile
75 • Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage
76 • Let's Spend the Night Together
77 • Green Zone
78 • Valentine's Day
79 • It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World
80 • The International
81 • Visioneers
82 • Hope Springs
83 • World of Henry Orient
84 • Inception
85 • Hot Tub Time Machine
86 • With Six You Get Eggroll
87 • The Runaways
88 • Network
89 • Billy Liar
90 • I'll Take Sweden
91 • Goldfinger
92 • Kaleidoscope
93 • Kick-Ass
94 • The Joneses
95 • Plaza Suite
96 • Carts of Darkness
97 • The Expendables
98 • Confessions of a Shopaholic
99 • Live & Let Die
100 • A Single Man
101 • Bedtime Stories
102 • Airplane!
103 • Blow Out
104 • Pal Joey
105 • That's Entertainment Part 2
106 • The Station Agent
107 • It Might Get Loud
108 • Trouble the Water
109 • Harry Brown
110 • The Graduate
111 • The Center of the World
112 • Mary & Max
113 • The Wedding Weekend
114 • High Heels and Lowlifes
115 • The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
116 • Iron Man 2
117 • Get Him to the Greek
118 • The Big Lebowski
119 • The Family Way
120 • The Point
121 • Zombieland
122 • The Grown Ups
123 • Babies
124 • Flame & Citron
125 • The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
126 • Toy Story 3
127 • Blame it on Rio
128 • Dune
129 • Cemetery Junction
130 • Who is Harry Nilsson (and Why is Everybody Talkin' About Him?)
131 • The Gene Krupa Story
132 • Oliver!
133 • Fast Times at Ridgemont High
134 • Winnebago Man
135 • The Last Truck - Closing of a GM Plant
136 • The Girl Who Played with Fire
137 • The Kids are All Right
138 • Highwaymen
139 • Maybe Baby
140 • Tron Legacy
141 • Smokey & the Bandit
142 • A Christmas Story
143 • Rebel Truce: History of The Clash
144 • St. Elmo's Fire
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145 • Party Party
"After four or five, maybe six or seven more pints, I could quite fancy you" My second favourite film of ALL-TIME (after Quadrophenia) and never a burden to watch over and over and over again. Very dumb but full of some terrific comedic performances and a fantastic 80's soundtrack featuring The Clas, Costello, Specials, Selector and much much more.

And that, as they say, was 2010. I will NOT watch as many movies in 2011.
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Re: 50 Movies in 2010
« Reply #794 on: January 01, 2011, 10:08:53 AM »

Movies seen in 2010 (new movies in bold):
1. G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra
2. Wall Street
3. National Treasure

4. Die Another Day
5. She's The One
6. XXX
7. The Girl Next Door
8. Fanboys
9. Garden State
10. The Book of Eli
11. Replacement Killers
12. Stripes
13. Star Wars
14. The Empire Strikes Back
15. The Dark Knight
16. Batman Begins
17. Forgetting Sarah Marshall
18. Billy Madison
19. Return of the Jedi
20. Thank You For Smoking
21. The Squid and the Whale
22. Vicky Cristina Barcelona

23. Aladdin
24. Spaceballs
25. Green Zone
26. Hot Tub Time Machine
27. An Evening With Kevin Smith 2: Evening Harder
28. Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show

29. Men In Black
30. Shrek The Third
31. 40-Year-Old Virgin
32. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
33. The Losers
34. Braveheart
35. Old School
36. How To Train Your Dragon
37. Iron Man 2
38. Shrek 4: Forever After

39. Hero
40. The Little Mermaid
41. Beerfest
42. Animal House
43. Mirrormask
44. Resident Evil
45. Resident Evil: Apocalypse
46. Cannonball Run II
47. Resident Evil: Extinction
48. Gran Torino
49. Catch Me If You Can
50. Requiem for a Dream

51. The Departed
52. The Fast and the Furious
53. The Count of Monte Cristo
54. Inception
55. Inception
56. Johnny Mnemonic
57. Stargate
58. The Chronicles of Riddick
59. M*A*S*H
60. Push
61. Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
62. The Terminator
63. Scott Pilgrim vs The World
64. Salt

65. Serenity
66. Scott Pilgrim vs The World
67. Eregon
68. The Bourne Identity
69. Resident Evil: Afterlife
70. Groundhog Day
71. Juno
72. Mad Max: The Road Warrior
73. Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome
74. V for Vendetta
75. Cliffhanger
76. Live Free or Die Hard
77. Sin City
78. The Fifth Element
79. Corpse Bride
80. Constantine
81. Watchmen
82. Beetle Juice
83. Zombieland
84. Van Helsing
85. Alice in Wonderland
86. Kicking It

87. If Looks Could Kill
88. Malice In Wonderland
89. Blood Diamond
90. Kick-Ass
91. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
92. The Quick and the Dead
93. Stardust
94. Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
95. Gran Torino
96. The Two Escobars
97. Prince of Persia: Sands of Time

98. Push
99. Last of the Mohicans
100. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
101. The Karate Kid (2010)
102. Adventureland
103. Scarface
104. The Tourist
105. Contract Killers


Contract Killers was a random Netflix instant.... and boy was that worthless. The director was horrible, using shots that often showed only half of what the viewer needed to see, the story was unfulfilling, not ever filling in tons of questions, and the characters, well, it was rather difficult to accept their believability.

Pathetic film. Positive point: some of it took place in Trinidad. I'm assuming they actually went to Trinidad to film and if so then it was nice to see some shots of that place.


105 total films, 44 new ones. Not bad...but should have had 50 new ones.
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