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09-04-2012
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54. The Hunger Games
55. Real Steel...it was surprisingly really good. The trailers looked like crap.
56. Mongol...great film!
55. Apollo 18
57. Save the Last Dance

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1. No Strings Attached
2. Rise of The Planet of The Apes
3. Tangled
4. The Artist
5. Eat, Pray, Love*
6. Mulan
7. Half Nelson
8. He's Just Not That Into You*
9. Albert Nobbs
10. Big Miracle
11. Miracle
12. Reel Injun (a documentary about how Native Americans are portrayed in film)
13. Anne of Green Gables
14. 50/50
15. Patch Adams*
16. The Kings Speech*
17. Easy A
18. Roman Holiday
19. A Single Man*
20. The Royal Tenenbaums
21. Never Let Me Go
22. Another Earth
23. Contagion
24. Hugo
25. Drive
26. Avatar*
27. The Hunger Games
28. The Kids Are Alright
29. Country Strong
30. The Adventures of Tin Tin
31. The Hours*
32. Chalet Girl
33. Janie Jones
34. My Week With Marilyn
35. Like Crazy


*Watched in my film class

Chalet Girl was really fluffy but perfect for the lazy mood I was in. I didn't really want to think while watching a movie at that moment so it suited my purposes. But I really liked My Week With Marilyn, Michelle Williams was able to embody Marilyn perfectly. This was one film that definitely made me think... I mean she was used by everyone for their own desires. It's quite sad really. I love that moment at Eton college where she say's something like, "shall I play her?" So it's not like she was totally clueless, definitely one complex individual.

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1. Cassandra's Dream
2. Moneyball
3. An Education
4. Drive
5. Real Steel
6. Gone Baby Gone
7. Morning Glory
8. Reality Bites
9. Sixteen Candles
10. Annie Hall
11. Mr. Brooks
12. Pride and Prejudice
13. The Help
14. Sylvia
15. Martha Marcy May Marlene
16. Hard Candy
17. Thinner
18. The Last Laugh (German, 1924)
19. SherryBaby
20. Hugo
21. You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger
22. Trafic (French, 1971)
23. She's the One
24. The Third Man (1949)
25. Young Adult
26. Persepolis
27. District 9
28. Carnage
29. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (American)
30. Midnight in Paris
31. Lost in Translation
32. Case 39
33. The Ides of March
34. A Dangerous Method

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54. The Hunger Games
55. Real Steel...it was surprisingly really good. The trailers looked like crap.
56. Mongol...great film!
55. Apollo 18
57. Save the Last Dance
58. The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (David Fincher)
59. The A-Team (newest version)...it was meh.

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01: Back To The Future II
02: The Hangover Part II
03: Poltergeist
04: Sex And The City
05: Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows
06: The Muppets
07: Prom Night
08: The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
09: The Beach
10: Gothika

11: Trading Places
12: Enchanted
13: My Week With Marilyn

14: I Am Number Four
15: The Boondock Saints
16: The Blue Lagoon
17: Dawn Of The Dead
18: The Hunger Games
19: Fright Night
20: A Dangerous Method

21: Final Destination

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001. A Dangerous Method (David Cronenberg)
002. Submarine (Richard Ayoade)
003. Rosemary's Baby (Roman Polanski)
004. Lolita (Adrian Lyne)
005. Stay (Marc Forster)
006. Take Shelter (Jeff Nichols)
007. J.Edgar (Clint Eastwood)
008. The Girl With The Dragon Tatoo (David Fincher)
009. Crazy, Stupid, Love (John Requa / Glenn Ficarra)
010. Brighton Rock (Rowan Joffe)
011. Another Happy Day (Sam Levinson)
012. The Iron Lady (Phyllida Lloyd)
013. Albert Nobbs (Rodrigo Garcia)
014. Oslo, 31st August (Joaquim Trier)
015. Martha Marcy May Marlene (Sean Durkin)
016. Bye Bye Blondie (Virginie Despentes)
017. My Week with Marilyn (Simon Curtis)
018. Before Sunrise (Richard Linklater)

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12. Heist (2001). I absolutely loved Ricky Jay, he was the best thing about this film. Though I pretty much love him in everything.
13. Les vacances de M. Hulot (France, 1953).
14. Date Night (2010). Normally I don't really care for this kind of films but I actually enjoyed this one.
15. The Grey (2011). I'm glad I didn't pay anything to see this one. The film didn't even meet the low expectations that I had.
I tend to go through phases where I watch a bunch of films that are within a specific genre, made by the same director, starring a specific actor or something else entirely. I just went through a Jacques Tati phase. And now I seem to gravitate toward early Emma Thompson films.

16. Playtime (France, 1967).
17. J. Edgar (2011)
18. Much Ado About Nothing (1993). I've never been a big fan of Shakespeare, but this one I really liked.
19. Sense and Sensibility (1995).
20. The Iron Lady (2011). Disappointed in this one, both in the movie itself as well as in Meryl Streep's performance
19. Howards End (1992). I thought the acting was splendid!
20. The Remains of the Day (1993).


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11-04-2012
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Tinetush, I notice you have a Jacques Tati film on your list (Les vacances de M. Hulot (France, 1953)); have you seen his later film Trafic? It's so funny, and the fashion is even worth a look!

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12-04-2012
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001. A Dangerous Method (David Cronenberg)
002. Submarine (Richard Ayoade)
003. Rosemary's Baby (Roman Polanski)
004. Lolita (Adrian Lyne)
005. Stay (Marc Forster)
006. Take Shelter (Jeff Nichols)
007. J.Edgar (Clint Eastwood)
008. The Girl With The Dragon Tatoo (David Fincher)
009. Crazy, Stupid, Love (John Requa / Glenn Ficarra)
010. Brighton Rock (Rowan Joffe)
011. Another Happy Day (Sam Levinson)
012. The Iron Lady (Phyllida Lloyd)
013. Albert Nobbs (Rodrigo Garcia)
014. Oslo, 31st August (Joaquim Trier)
015. Martha Marcy May Marlene (Sean Durkin)
016. Bye Bye Blondie (Virginie Despentes)
017. My Week with Marilyn (Simon Curtis)
018. Before Sunrise (Richard Linklater)
019. Before Sunset (Richard Linklater)
020. Twixt (Francis Ford Coppola)

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1. Cassandra's Dream
2. Moneyball
3. An Education
4. Drive
5. Real Steel
6. Gone Baby Gone
7. Morning Glory
8. Reality Bites
9. Sixteen Candles
10. Annie Hall
11. Mr. Brooks
12. Pride and Prejudice
13. The Help
14. Sylvia
15. Martha Marcy May Marlene
16. Hard Candy
17. Thinner
18. The Last Laugh (German, 1924)
19. SherryBaby
20. Hugo
21. You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger
22. Trafic (French, 1971)
23. She's the One
24. The Third Man (1949)
25. Young Adult
26. Persepolis
27. District 9
28. Carnage
29. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (American)
30. Midnight in Paris
31. Lost in Translation
32. Case 39
33. The Ides of March
34. A Dangerous Method
35. Manhattan Murder Mystery - I love this Woody film; it's just good, fun entertainment; this was a re-watch. It teams Diane Keaton and Woody Allen together again (after Annie Hall of course), and they have such chemistry; then there are Alan Alda and Angelica Huston, who is fabulously gorgeous in this film.

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27. Knallhart / Tough Enough (Germany, 2006)
28. The Truth About Charlie (US, 2002)
29. The Descendants (US, 2011)
30. Closing The Ring (US/UK, 2007)

31. Charlie Wilson's War (US, 2007)
32. Transsiberian (US, 2008)
33. Yuki & Nina (France, 2009)
34. Duel (US, 1971) - Seeing Joy Ride as a teenager ruined this for me.. I laughed most of the time and I don't think you're supposed to laugh.
35. El Bulto (Mexico, 1991)
36. I Am Curious (Yellow) (Sweden, 1967)
37. I Am Curious (Blue) (Sweden, 1968)
38. A Swedish Love Story (Sweden, 1970)

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01. The Count of Monte Cristo (2002)
02. Girl, Interrupted (1999)
03. L'enfant Sauvage (1970)
04. The Hangover Part ll (2011)
05. New Year's Eve (2011)
06. We Need To Talk About Kevin (2011)

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1)The Help (2011)
2)Wuthering Heights (2011)
3)Bridesmaids (2011)
4)In Time (2011)
5)Sixteen Candles (1984)
6)Crazy Stupid Love (2011)
7)The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011)
8)Mona Lisa Smile (2003)
9)Chocolat (2000)
10)50/50 (2011)
11)Roman Holiday (1953)
12)The Clique (2009)
13)The Hangover Part II (2011)
14)Love at first hiccup (2009)
15)Dirty Girl (2011)
16)Love,Wedding, Marriage (2011)
17)Definitely, Maybe (2008)
18)Shame (2011)
19)Hugo (2011)
20)Friends With Benefits (2011)
21)LOL (2009)
22)The Hunger Games (2012)
23)The Vow (2012)
24)Startdust (2007)
25)Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief (2010)
26)Dustbin Baby (2008)
27)Footloose (2011)
28)We bought a Zoo (2011)
29)Memoirs of a Gheisha (2005)
30)Iron Lady (2011)

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1. No Strings Attached
2. Rise of The Planet of The Apes
3. Tangled
4. The Artist
5. Eat, Pray, Love*
6. Mulan
7. Half Nelson
8. He's Just Not That Into You*
9. Albert Nobbs
10. Big Miracle
11. Miracle
12. Reel Injun (a documentary about how Native Americans are portrayed in film)
13. Anne of Green Gables
14. 50/50
15. Patch Adams*
16. The Kings Speech*
17. Easy A
18. Roman Holiday
19. A Single Man*
20. The Royal Tenenbaums
21. Never Let Me Go
22. Another Earth
23. Contagion
24. Hugo
25. Drive
26. Avatar*
27. The Hunger Games
28. The Kids Are Alright
29. Country Strong
30. The Adventures of Tin Tin
31. The Hours*
32. Chalet Girl
33. Janie Jones
34. My Week With Marilyn
35. Like Crazy
36. Fatal Attraction*
37. The Hammer


*Watched in my film class

I just wanted to mention that I really liked The Hammer and I'd strongly suggest that everyone watch it. It's based on the true story of Matt Hamill, a deaf wrestler, and it's really inspiring to watch. As someone who's hard of hearing, I think this film did a great job at showing aspects of deaf culture. Also, the way it's filmed is interesting because it uses a mixture of ASL (American Sign Language), vocal language, and silence (to understand what it feels like to be Hamill). And to be honest I haven't seen any other film besides The Hammer (or tv show... I'm looking at you, Switched at Birth) employ all three very well. And don't worry there is captions for those who don't understand ASL!

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17. Pineapple Express
18. Superbad
19. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
20. Anger Management
21. Click
22. The Incredible Hulk
23. The Hunger Games
24. Donnie Brasco
25. The Whole Nine Yards
26. Good Will Hunting
27. Basic Instinct
28. Farewell

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