Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Reviewed Books

Having recently covered all of the reviewed movies, might as well mention the reviewed books (including those in the 'BOOK VS MOVIE' segments, which are indicated with an *). Much like the movie post, this will be updated every time a book is reviewed.

All My Sons
American Prince
American Psycho*

Being There*
The Bell Jar
Born on the Fourth of July
Born Standing Up
Brideshead Revisited*
Bridget Jones's Diary*

The Catcher in the Rye
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof*
A Clockwork Orange
Cloud Atlas*

Death of a Salesman
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?*

East of Eden*

Fahrenheit 451
Fight Club*
The Film Club
Flowers for Algernon

Get Shorty*
Girl, Interrupted*
The Glass Menagerie
Glengarry Glen Ross*
The Godfather*
Golden Boy*
Gone Girl*
The Good German
The Great Gatsby
The Grifters*

Heart of Darkness*
High Fidelity*
The House of Mirth*
House of Sand and Fog*

The Iceman Cometh
Include Me Out
In Cold Blood*
Inherit the Wind*
Into the Wild*

Johnny Got His Gun


The Last Picture Show
Long Day's Journey into Night*

The Maltese Falcon*
Mr. Peanut
Motorcycle Ride on the Sea of Tranquility
Mrs. Dalloway

No Country for Old Men*

Of Human Bondage*
On the Road
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest*
Ordinary People*
Orpheus Descending*

The Perks of Being a Wallflower*
The Picture of Dorian Gray


A Raisin in the Sun*
The Reader
Revolutionary Road*
The Road*
Rosemary's Baby*

Sense and Sensibility*
The Shining*
Sophie's Choice*
The Stranger
A Streetcar Named Desire*
Suddenly, Last Summer*
The Sun Also Rises*
Sweet Bird of Youth*
The Sweet Hereafter*

The Thieves of Manhattan
To Kill a Mockingbird*
True Grit*
Tuesdays with Morrie


A View from the Bridge

Waiting for Godot
Waiting for Lefty




Tuesday, March 30, 2010

My Life in Film

A week ago, Andrew did a small post on a game he made up. The only requirement is the answers have to be movie titles.

Gender: Working Girl
Describe Yourself: Rebel Without a Cause
How Do You Feel Right Now: Dazed and Confused
Where Do You Live: On the Waterfront
What's the Weather Like There: Sunshine
Where Would You Like To Go Right Now: Sleepless in Seattle
What's Your Biggest Fear: Crimes and Misdemeanors
Your Life Is A Film, Give It A Name: As Good As It Gets
What Will You Be Doing Today: Dirty Dancing
Give Us A Piece Of Advice: It Happened One Night

That was actually harder than I thought it would be.

Sunday, March 28, 2010

War Movie Blogathon

If you noticed from the last two blogathons I did, I wasn't pleased by the lack of posts on the subjects. A fellow blogger suggested I should do a theme for a blogathon rather than have it focus on one subject. So I figured I would do just that.

The subject for the blogathon (if you couldn't guess from the title of the post) is war movies. Whether set on the battlefront or the home front, I'll take them. But there are some requirements:
  • War has to be a main theme in the movie.
  • The following wars can be used: Revolutinary War, Civil War, World War I, World War II, Korea War, Vietnam War, Gulf War, War on Terrorism
  • I'll also accept old posts.
Anyway, my e-mail is The deadline is April 11. Get those posts in!

Twitter Conversation #5

Man, I haven't done one of these in awhile. Let's see if I can remember. Conersationlists are me, Ryan of A Life in Equinox: A Movie Lover's Journal, Brian of Brian's Film Review Blog and Michelle of We Are Movie Geeks. Oh, and also the author of Common Sense Movie Reviews (don't know their name). And it went like this:

MovieNut14: Just saw The Great Escape. One word: sch-WEET.
ohman4 (Michelle): @MovieNut14 isn't Steve McQueen great in it?
MovieNut14: @ohman4 Hell yeah. No wonder he's the "King of Cool".
ohman4: @MovieNut14 next McQueen film..Towering Inferno...omg. Plays it so smooth
bpdreview (Brian): @ohman4 @MovieNut14 Towering Inferno was a mess!
ohman4: @bpdreview @MovieNut14 great Irwin Allen schlock from the mid 70's plus every big name at the time was in it....great fun to watch
MovieNut14: @ohman4 @bpdreview Hey, for what it's worth, next movie I see w/ McQueen: Bullitt.
Univarn (Ryan): @MovieNut14 @ohman4 @bpdreview I think Bullitt gets underrated far too much these days. It just oozes cool
ohman4: @MovieNut14 @bpdreview BULITT...way to go. Also his last movie, THE HUNTER...good one too
MovieNut14: @Univarn To answer your question on what's the best WWII escape movie, it's The Great Escape.
bpdreview: @Univarn @ohman4 @MovieNut14 I haven't seen Bullitt yet. Now I really want to.
MovieNut14: @ohman4 @bpdreview @Univarn Oh, and The Magnificent Seven.
bpdreview: @ohman4 @MovieNut14 @Univarn I really liked him in The Thomas Crown Affair. The film doesn't hold up, but McQueen's coolness does.
bpdreview: @ohman4 @MovieNut14 @Univarn Plus you get a supposedly erotic chess scene that will make you laugh out loud.
bpdreview: @ohman4 @MovieNut14 @Univarn I forgot about my favorite McQueen film (out of the 4 I've seen) Peckinpah's The Getaway
MovieNut14: @bpdreview To calm your desire to see Bullitt, it's on Netflix Watch Instantly.
bpdreview: @MovieNut14 Cool, though unfortunately so are 127 other films I really want to see.
Univarn: @bpdreview @ohman4 @MovieNut14 love The Getaway. The movie didn't even need a plot. McQueen and MacGraw's raw sex appeal alone was epic.
bpdreview: @Univarn So wonderfully violent and so wonderfully strange. The subplot with Sally Struthers makes no sense. I love it!
MovieNut14: @Univarn And it was thanks to that which lead MacGraw to leave her husband to be with McQueen. No woman can resist the McQueen charm.
ohman4: @Univarn @MovieNut14 @bpdreview the chess scene is over the top delicious in THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR...its lol funny what they do
bpdreview: @MovieNut14 @Univarn And few men can as well.
bpdreview: @ohman4 I blush whenever I play my bishop.
Univarn: @ohman4 @MovieNut14 @bpdreview I've always held a strong soft spot for Sand Pebbles though. Such a darker, deeper, McQueen performance.
MovieNut14: @bpdreview Of course The Getaway is "wonderfully violent", as you say. What do you expect? It IS directed by Sam Peckinpah after all.
MovieNut14: @Univarn That movie got McQueen his only Oscar nod.
MovieNut14: I gotta go to bed, I'm beat. That conversation w/ @ohman4 @bpdreview & @Univarn may or may not end up on my blog.
ohman4: @bpdreview LOL...I'm sure....quite a scene
ohman4: thanks to @MovieNut14 @Univarn for the walk down McQueen lane @bpdreview checkmate
CSMovieReviews: @Univarn @bpdreview @MovieNut14 A totally irrelevant Steve McQueen fact, his grandson is in The Vampire Diaries tv show.

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Stalag 17

Along with Tim Burton, I'm a fan of the work of Billy Wilder. Although I've only seen five of his movies, I know enough that he's a versatile director.

Life at a German POW camp is considerably normal, excluding the numerous attempted escapes. However, the prisoners in one barrack grow suspicious of Sgt. J.J. Sefton (William Holden), who always seems to get what he wants from the guards and he bets against the aspiring escapers. Is he a spy?

I really admire the tense writing of Wilder. I also like how Holden's character you want to like, but you can't bring yourself to do that. The movie itself is brilliant.

My Rating: *****

Friday, March 26, 2010

Back to the Future

As I stated before, I'm not a huge fan of sci-fi. But now and then, I take a shine to it. Case in point, I'm reviewing Back to the Future.

Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) is a teenager who's unsure of what his future holds for him. His band was rejected from being the performing band for the school dance, and the only bright spots in his life are his girlfriend Jennifer Parker (Claudia Wells) and Emmett "Doc" Brown (Christopher Lloyd), the town's crackpot scientist and Marty's good friend. Doc is working on a time machine, which is fitted into a DeLorean sports car. Marty accidently gets sent to 1955, the date Doc entered, and is stuck there until he can find a way to power up the car. Along with that, he interferes with his parents' first meeting, causing his mother Lorraine (Lea Thompson) to fall in love with him instead of his father George (Crispin Glover).

If you read the premise on paper, you would've thought it was another B-movie or something of the sort. In reality, it's actually a pretty good sci-fo movie. The special effects are also good, though I think they're a little dated compared to, say, Avatar.

My Rating: ****1/2

Thursday, March 25, 2010


"What's the best gangster film?" people always seem to ask. Some say it's The Godfather (or its sequel), others say Scarface. But for me, it's Martin Scorsese's 1990 gem Goodfellas.

The movie opens with a line in Henry Hill's (Ray Liotta) narration: "As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster." Hill achieves that goal and maintains his status for 30 years as a "wiseguy". But tensions between him and his fellows "wiseguys" Jimmy Conway (Robert De Niro) and Tommy DeVito (Joe Pesci) may tear that dream apart.

As I watching it, I realized how immense and intense Scorsese can get with his directing. It reminded me of the themes in The Godfather and the intensity of the violence in Raging Bull. But much like Raging Bull, Goodfellas shows the vulnerability of man. That, and it lost Best Picture to a lucky first-time director. Anyway, Goodfellas successfully managed to BLOW MY MIND.

My Rating: *****

Wednesday, March 24, 2010


It's always movies that get on the touchy subjects (homosexuality, mental disorders) that tend to get more attention during award season. Well, in my opinion anyway.

Andrew Beckett (Tom Hanks) is a successful lawyer who is hiding two secrets: he's gay and has AIDS. He gets fired from his firm for the latter. He calls upon fellow lawyer Joe Miller (Denzel Washington), who's a bit of a homophobe, to fight against his firm.

It's always interesting to see an actor known for their comedic roles do dramatic parts (ie, Jack Lemmon in Days of Wine and Roses, Mary Tyler Moore in Ordinary People, Eddie Murphy in Dreamgirls, etc.). Hanks definitely solidified his status as a serious actor with this role. Washington delivers a strong supporting role. If you need a good cry, here's your movie.

My Rating: ****1/2

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Raging Bull

Martin Scorsese definitely has one of the most elite careers in Hollywood. He has directed some of the greatest movies ever made, maintained an eight-film collaboration with Robert De Niro, and is now working with Leonardo DiCaprio. And to honor his career with De Niro, I thought I would review one of the more famous movies they've done.

Jake LaMotta (De Niro) is a small-time boxer who later becomes middleweight champion. His violent behavior in the ring tends to interfere with his personal life, particularly his relationships with his brother Joey (Joe Pesci) and wife Vickie (Cathy Moriarty). But there is one opponent Jake cannot defeat: himself.

I said I could see how Ordinary People won Best Picture for that year. Now I'm eating my own words; Raging Bull is AMAZING. I can clearly see now why so many were (and still are) pissed off at it losing Best Picture. De Niro delivers the performance of his career as LaMotta. Had he lost, all hell would've broken loose.

My Rating: *****

Monday, March 22, 2010

Official Christopher Nolan Blog-a-thon

Judging from the lack of enthusiasm and/or interest last time, I was hoping there would be more posts on this subject. Which, thankfully, was true. Much like last time, these posts I found from browsing through blogs I normally read:

The King Bulletin

A Life in Equinox: A Movie Lover's Journal
Brian's Film Review Blog (NOTE: The Sting is also reviewed in the post)
The Real Reel
Movie Mobsters

Batman Begins
Common Sense Movie Reviews
Movie Mobsters

The Prestige
Strange Culture
Foolish Blatherings

The Dark Knight
The Dark of the Matinee
The Movie Encyclopedia
Common Sense Movie Reviews
John Likes Movies
Brian's Film Review Blog
The Movie Trust
Movies Kick Ass Blog
Stop the Planet of the Apes... I want to get off.
film babble blog
Movie Mobsters

Other Posts of Interest
~Film Experience calls Nolan a "modern maestro"
~The King Bulletin ponders on what if The Dark Knight got a R rating
~The Dark of the Matinee examines Nolan's take on the Batman franchise

If you find any other posts on Nolan, feel free to mention them in the comments.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Reviewed Movies

Instead of having you search the entire blog for your favorite movie reviewed by me, thought it would just be easier to list all the of the reviewed movies (as well as those in the BOOK VS MOVIE segments, which are indicated with an *). This list will be updated for every new review.

3:10 to Yuma
4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days
8 1/2
10 Things I Hate About You
12 Angry Men
12 Monkeys
12 Years A Slave
13 Going on 30
21 Grams
24 Hour Party People
25th Hour
28 Days Later
The 39 Steps
49th Parallel
The 400 Blows
(500) Days of Summer
2001: A Space Odyssey

About Schmidt
About Time
Ace in the Hole
Adam's Rib
The Adventures of Robin Hood
Advise and Consent
An Affair to Remember
The African Queen
The Age of Innocence
A.I.: Artificial Intelligence
Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
Ali: Fear Eats the Soul
All About Eve
All About My Mother
All Is Lost
All That Heaven Allows
All That Jazz
All the King's Men
Almost Famous
Alpha Dog
Amazing Grace
The Amazing Spider-Man
American Beauty
American Gangster
American Graffiti
American History X
American Hustle
The American President
American Psycho*
American Splendor
Anatomy of a Murder
The Anderson Tapes
Animal House
Animal Kingdom
Annie Hall
Annie Oakley
The Apartment
Apocalypse Now*
Apollo 13
Army of Shadows
Arsenic and Old Lace
The Artist
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
Atlantic City
August: Osage County
Auntie Mame
Au revoir les enfants
Auto Focus
Autumn Sonata
The Aviator
The Avengers

Baby Face
Back to the Future
The Bad and the Beautiful
Bad Day at Black Rock
Bad Education
The Bad Seed
The Bad Sleep Well
The Ballad of Jack and Rose
Ball of Fire
Band of Outsiders
The Band Wagon
The Barefoot Contessa
Barton Fink
Batman Begins
Batman Returns
Beasts of the Southern Wild
A Beautiful Mind
Before Midnight
Before Sunrise
Before Sunset
Before the Devil Knows You're Dead
Being John Malkovich
Being There*
The Believer
Belle de Jour
Bells Are Ringing
Beyond the Lights
The Bicycle Thief
The Big Chill
Big Deal on Madonna Street
Big Fish
Bigger Than Life
The Big Heat
The Big Lebowski
Big Night
The Big Red One
The Big Sleep
Birdman of Alcatraz
Blackboard Jungle
Black Hawk Down
Black Narcissus
Black Orpheus
Black Swan
Blade Runner*
The Bling Ring
Blood Diamond
Blood Simple
Blow Out
Blue is the Warmest Color
Blue Jasmine
Blue Valentine
Blue Velvet
Bob le Flambeur
Bonnie and Clyde
Boogie Nights
Born Yesterday
The Boston Strangler
Bottle Rocket
Boy A
Boys Don't Cry
Breakfast at Tiffany's
The Breakfast Club
Bride of Frankenstein
Brideshead Revisited*
The Bridge on the River Kwai
Bridget Jones's Diary*
Brief Encounter
Bright Star
Bringing Out the Dead
Bringing Up Baby
Brokeback Mountain
The Broken Circle Breakdown
Broken Embraces
Broken Flowers
The Brothers Bloom
Brute Force
Bull Durham
Bullets Over Broadway
Bus Stop
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

The Cabin in the Woods
Cape Fear
Captain America: The First Avenger
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Captain Phillips
Carlito's Way
Casino Royale
Cast Away
Catch Me If You Can
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof*
Le Cercle rouge
Certified Copy
Charlie Wilson's War
Children of Men
The China Syndrome
Chungking Express
Cinema Paradiso
Citizen Kane
Citizen Ruth
Cloud Atlas*
Code Unknown
Cold Mountain
Coming Home
The Company Men
Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
The Conformist
The Constant Gardener
The Contender
The Conversation
Cool Hand Luke
Corpse Bride
The Cranes Are Flying
Crazy Heart

Dallas Buyers Club
Dance, Girl, Dance
Dancing Lady
Dangerous Liaisons
The Darjeeling Limited
The Dark Knight
The Dark Knight Rises
Day for Night
Days of Heaven
Days of Wine and Roses
The Day the Earth Stood Still
Dead Man
Dead Man Walking
Dead Ringers
The Dead Zone
The Deep Blue Sea
The Deep End
The Deer Hunter
The Defiant Ones
The Departed
The Descendants
Design for Living
Detective Story
The Devil Wears Prada
Diary of a Country Priest
Die Hard
Dinner at Eight
Dirty Pretty Things
The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
The Divorcee
Divorce, Italian Style
Django Unchained
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Dr. Strangelove
Dog Day Afternoon
La Dolce Vita
Dom Hemingway
Don Jon
Donnie Brasco
Donnie Darko
Don't Bother to Knock
Do the Right Thing
The Double
Double Indemnity
The Double Life of Veronique
Le Doulos
Down by Law
The Dreamers
The Drop
Drugstore Cowboy
Drunken Angel

Eastern Promises
East of Eden*
Easy Rider
Eat Drink Man Woman
An Education
Edward Scissorhands
Ed Wood
The Elephant Man
End of Watch
The English Patient
Enough Said
The Entertainer
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
The Exorcist
Eyes Wide Shut
Eyes Without a Face

A Face in the Crowd
Fading Gigolo
The Fall
Fallen Angels
Fantastic Mr. Fox
Far from Heaven
Fatal Attraction
Fat City
Father of the Bride
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Field of Dreams
The Fifth Estate
Fight Club*
Finding Neverland
The Fire Within
A Fish Called Wanda
A Fistful of Dollars
Flags of Our Fathers
The Fly
For a Few Dollars More
Forbidden Planet
The Fortune Cookie
The Fountain
Four Lions
Frances Ha
A Free Soul
The French Connection
The Friends of Eddie Coyle
Fright Night
From Here to Eternity
Fruitvale Station
The Fugitive
The Fugitive Kind*
Full Metal Jacket
Funny Games
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

Galaxy Quest
The Game
Gangs of New York
Garden State
The General
Get Shorty*
The Ghost Writer
Girl, Interrupted*
Glengarry Glen Ross*
The Godfather*
The Godfather Part II
Gods and Monsters
Golden Boy*
The Gold Rush
Gone Baby Gone
Gone Girl*
Gone with the Wind
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Good Night, and Good Luck
Good Will Hunting
Gosford Park
The Graduate
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Grand Hotel
The Grapes of Wrath
The Grass Is Greener
The Great Dictator
The Green Mile
The Grey
The Grifters*
Groundhog Day
The Guard
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
Gunga Din

Half Nelson
Hannah and Her Sisters
Happy Together
Hard Candy
Hard Eight
The Haunting
Heaven Can Wait
Heavenly Creatures
The Heiress
High and Low
High Fidelity*
High Noon
Hiroshima mon amour
His Girl Friday
A History of Violence
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
The Holiday
Hotel Rwanda
Hot Fuzz
The Hours
The House of Mirth*
House of Sand and Fog*
Howards End
How to Marry a Millionaire
How to Steal a Million
The Hunger
The Hunt
The Hurt Locker
The Hustler

I Am Love
The Ice Storm
Identification of a Woman
The Ides of March
Igby Goes Down
I Heart Huckabees
I Killed My Mother
I'll Cry Tomorrow
The Illusionist
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
Imaginary Heroes
The Imitation Game
Imitation of Life
I'm Not There
In a Lonely Place
In America
In Bruges
In Cold Blood*
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Inglourious Basterds
Inherit the Wind*
The Innocents
In Secret
Inside Llewyn Davis
The Insider
In the Bedroom
In the Loop
In the Mood for Love
In the Name of the Father
In the Realm of the Senses
Into the Wild*
Invasion of the Body Snatchers
The Invisible Man
The Invisible Woman
Iron Man
Iron Man 2
It Happened One Night
It's a Wonderful Life
I've Loved You So Long

Jackie Brown
Jane Eyre
Jerry Maguire
Johnny Guitar
Judgment at Nuremberg
Jules and Jim

Key Largo
The Kids Are All Right
Killer Joe
The Killers
Killer's Kiss
The Killing of a Chinese Bookie
Kill Your Darlings
The King of Comedy
The King's Speech
Kinky Boots
Kissing Jessica Stein
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
Kiss Me Deadly
Kiss of the Spider Woman
Knock on Any Door

Labor Day
L.A. Confidential
Ladder 49
The Lady Eve
The Lady from Shanghai
Lady Killer
The Last Emperor
The Last King of Scotland
Last Night
The Last of Sheila
The Last of the Mohicans
The Last Samurai
Last Tango in Paris
The Last Tycoon
Late Spring
Lawrence of Arabia
Layer Cake
Leaving Las Vegas
Leon Morin, Priest
The Leopard
Les Miserables
Less Than Zero
The Letter
Letter from an Unknown Woman
Letters from Iwo Jima
Let the Right One In
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
Life of Pi
Lilies of the Field
The Limey
The Lion in Winter
Little Children
The Little Foxes
Little Miss Sunshine
The Lives of Others
Local Hero
Lone Star
Long Day's Journey into Night*
The Long Goodbye
The Long, Hot Summer
Longtime Companion
Look Back in Anger
The Lookout
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Lost in Translation
The Lost Weekend
Love Actually
Love Is Strange
Love Me or Leave Me
The Love Punch
The Lovers
Love Songs
The Lunchbox
Lust, Caution
Lust for Life
The Lusty Men

The Madness fo King George
The Magdalene Sisters
Magic Mike
The Magnificent Ambersons
Magnificent Obsession
The Magnificent Seven
Mala Noche
Malcolm X
The Maltese Falcon*
The Manchurian Candidate
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
The Man Who Wasn't There
The Man with the Golden Arm
Marathon Man
Margin Call
The Master
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
The Matador
Match Point
Matchstick Men
A Matter of Life and Death
McCabe & Mrs. Miller
Medium Cool
Meek's Cutoff
The Men
The Messenger
Michael Clayton
Mickey One
Midnight Cowboy
Midnight Express
Midnight in Paris
Mildred Pierce
Miller's Crossing
Million Dollar Baby
Minority Report
The Miracle Worker
The Mirror Crack'd
The Misfits
Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day
Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Modern Times
Mona Lisa
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
The Moon Is Blue
Moonrise Kingdom
The More the Merrier
A Most Wanted Man
The Motorcycle Diaries
Moulin Rouge!
Much Ado About Nothing
Mulholland Drive
Murder on the Orient Express
My Beautiful Laundrette
My Cousin Rachel
My Cousin Vinny
My Favorite Year
My Left Foot
My Life to Live
My Man Godfrey
Mysterious Skin
Mystic River

The Naked Kiss
The Natural
Near Dark
Never Let Me Go
The New World
The Nightmare Before Christmas
Night Moves
Night Must Fall
The Night of the Hunter
The Night of the Iguana
Night of the Living Dead
Nights of Cabiria
A Night to Remember
Nine Lives
Nobody's Fool
No Country for Old Men*
Noises Off
North by Northwest
North Country
Notes on a Scandal
Nothing But the Truth
Le Notti Bianche
Now, Voyager
The Nun's Story

O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Obvious Child
The Odd Couple
Odd Man Out
Of Human Bondage*
The Omen
Once Upon a Time in America
Once Upon a Time in the West
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest*
One Hour Photo
Only Lovers Left Alive
On the Beach
On the Waterfront
Opening Night
Operation Petticoat
Ordinary People*
The Organizer
The Orphanage
OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies
The Others
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Past
The Ox-Bow Incident

The Palm Beach Story
Pandora's Box
The Panic in Needle Park
Pan's Labyrinth
Paper Moon
Paths of Glory
The Pawnbroker
Peeping Tom
Pennies From Heaven
The People vs. Larry Flynt
The Perks of Being a Wallflower*
The Petrified Forest
Peyton Place
The Philadelphia Story
The Pianist
The Piano
The Piano Teacher
Pickup on South Street
Pieces of April
The Pink Panther
The Pirates! Band of Misfits
The Place Beyond the Pines
A Place in the Sun
Planes, Trains and Automobiles
The Player
The Postman Always Rings Twice
A Prairie Home Companion
Premium Rush
The Prestige
Prick Up Your Ears
Primal Fear
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
Prince of the City
Prizzi's Honor
The Producers
A Promise
A Prophet
Public Enemies
The Public Enemy
Pulp Fiction
Punch-Drunk Love
Purple Noon
The Purple Rose of Cairo

Queen Christina
Quiz Show

Rachel Getting Married
Rachel, Rachel
Raging Bull
Raiders of the Lost Ark
The Railway Man
A Raisin in the Sun*
Random Harvest
The Rat Race
The Razor's Edge
Rear Window
Rebel Without a Cause
Red Desert
Red River
The Red Shoes
The Remains of the Day
Requiem for a Dream
Reservoir Dogs
Reversal of Fortune
Revolutionary Road*
Richard III
Ride with the Devil
Rio Bravo
A River Runs Through It
The Road*
Road to Perdition
The Roaring Twenties
Rocco and His Brothers
Roger Dodger
Roman Holiday
Room at the Top
A Room with a View
Rosemary's Baby*
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
A Royal Affair
The Royal Tenenbaums
The Ruling Class
Run Lola Run
Running on Empty
Run Silent, Run Deep
Rust and Bone

St. Vincent
Le Samourai
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
The Savages
Saving Mr. Banks
Saving Private Ryan
Schindler's List
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
The Search
The Searchers
Secrets & Lies
Sense and Sensibility*
Separate Tables
A Separation
A Serious Man
The Servant
Session 9
The Sessions
Seven Beauties
Seven Days in May
Seven Psychopaths
Seven Samurai
The Seventh Seal
Sex and the Single Girl
Sex, Lies, and Videotape
Sexy Beast
Shadow of a Doubt
Shakespeare in Love
Shallow Grave
Shattered Glass
Shaun of the Dead
The Shawshank Redemption
Sherlock Holmes
The Shining*
Shock Corridor
Shoot the Piano Player
The Shop Around the Corner
Short Cuts
Shutter Island
Sid and Nancy
Side Effects
The Silence of the Lambs
Silver Linings Playbook
Singin' in the Rain
A Single Man
The Sixth Sense
The Skeleton Twins
The Skin I Live In
Sleepless in Seattle
Sleepy Hollow
Sling Blade
The Snake Pit
The Social Network
The Soloist
Somebody Up There Likes Me
Some Came Running
Some Like It Hot
Sophie's Choice*
The Spy Who Came In from the Cold
The Squid and the Whale
The Stag
Stage Door
Stalag 17
A Star is Born
Star Trek
Star Trek Into Darkness
Star Wars
State and Main
The Station Agent
The Sting
La Strada
Strange Days
Stranger Than Fiction
A Streetcar Named Desire*
The Stunt Man
Suddenly, Last Summer*
Sullivan's Travels
The Sun Also Rises*
Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans
Sunset Boulevard
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Sweet and Lowdown
Sweet Bird of Youth*
The Sweet Hereafter*
Sweet Smell of Success
The Swimmer

Take Shelter
The Taking of Pelham One Two Three
The Talented Mr. Ripley
Talk to Her
Taste of Cherry
Taxi Driver
Terms of Endearment
Thank You for Smoking
That Hamilton Woman
Theater of Blood
There Will Be Blood
They Live By Night
The Thing
The Thin Man
The Thin Red Line
The Third Man
The Thomas Crown Affair
Three Comrades
The Three Faces of Eve
Three Kings
THX 1138
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
To Die For
To Have and Have Not
To Kill a Mockingbird*
The Town
Training Day
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
The Trip
The Trip to Italy
True Grit*
True Romance
The Truman Show
Twentieth Century
Two Lovers
Two Women

Under the Skin
United 93
An Unmarried Woman
The Untouchables
Up in the Air
The Upside of Anger

V for Vendetta
Velvet Goldmine
Vera Drake
The Verdict
A Very Long Engagement
Victor Victoria
The Virgin Spring
The Virgin Suicides

Wag the Dog
Wait Until Dark
A Walk Among the Tombstones
Walk the Line
Wall Street
Waterloo Bridge
The Way We Were
Le Week-End
Welcome to Sarajevo
Wendy and Lucy
We Need to Talk About Kevin
We Own the Night
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
What If
When Harry Met Sally...
The Whistleblower
White Heat
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
The Wicker Man
Wild River
Wild Strawberries
Wings of Desire
The Wings of the Dove
Winter's Bone
Withnail and I
Witness for the Prosecution
The Wolf of Wall Street
A Woman's Face
A Woman Under the Influence
The Women
Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
Wonder Boys
Working Girl
The World's End
Wreck-It Ralph
The Wrestler
Written on the Wind
The Wrong Man
Wuthering Heights


Yankee Doodle Dandy
The Yards
You Can Count on Me
You Can't Take It With You
Young Adult
Young Frankenstein
The Young Lions
The Young Philadelphians
Y Tu Mama Tambien

Zero Dark Thirty
Zorba the Greek