Film List

Here is the list of films I’m going to view. Many are suggestions, but I added a bunch of the past academy award nominees, so unfortunately, the list doesn’t contain many surprises, which is admittedly something I’m not totally happy with.  The surprises have come from people’s suggestions, so where my film buffs at?

I’ll be posting short reviews of the films I’ve watched.

  1. Buñuel-Belle du Jour (Rosie Crabtree)
  2. Habla a Ella-Almodivar (Aksel O)
  3. Hors de Prix (Anaëlle)
  4. Tout ce qui brille (Anaëlle)
  5. L’auberge Espagnole (Anaëlle)
  6. Camping (Anaëlle)
  7. Tête du Turc (Anaëlle)
  8. Les Chansons d’Amour- (Aksel)
  9. In the Loop
  10. Martyrs
  11. Ciao Professore
  12. 500 Days of Summer
  13. Karla and Anti-Christ
  14. Chan Wook Park’s Revenge Trilogy
  15. The Man on Earth
  16. Chicago
  17. In the Bedroom
  18. The Hours
  19. Capote
  20. Milk
  21. A Serious Man
  22. Up
  23. Up in the Air
  24. The Last Emperor
  25. Out of Africa
  26. Amadeus
  27. Gandhi
  28. Kramer Vs. Kramer
  29. The Sting
  30. Ben-Hur
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A NYC doorman, a community organizer, wannabe ape, sometimes blogger, sometimes writer, always crossword puzzle incompleter, I will ride bicycles with your papa, dance Bhangra with your mama, take you on dates that cost nada.
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One Response to Film List

  1. laceyputnam says:

    Okay, I have some films for you. You have probably seen many of them and I could keep the list going forever, but I had to stop for now.

    Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?
    12 Angry Men (original version)
    Manchurian Candidate (original)
    Harold and Maude
    The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
    The Last King of Scotland
    The Science of Sleep
    Ushpizin
    The Virgin Spring
    The Seventh Seal
    Elling
    Hukkle
    Jab We Met
    The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
    East of Eden
    Best Boy
    When we were Kings
    North by Northwest
    Vertigo
    The Man who Knew Too Much
    Notorious
    Lifeboat
    Rebecca

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