My Blu Ray collection


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Rebuilding my media collection. I wonder what's next? Super HD, 4D inception? Till then here's my HD discs.

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1
Psycho 1960,  R)
Psycho
My favorite Hitchcock so far. You can still see it's influence today. I would have ranked this a perfect score if I'd seen it when it first came out.
2
Gremlins 1984,  PG)
3
Amélie 2001,  R)
Amélie
One of the best feel good romantic comedies of all time.
4
C.R.A.Z.Y. (Crazy) 2005,  R)
C.R.A.Z.Y. (Crazy)
Best Canadian film ever! Must see.
5
Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (Boksuneun naui geot) 2002,  R)
Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (Boksuneun naui geot)
The weakest of Park''s vengeance trilogy(IMO), but still a good watch.
6
Sympathy for Lady Vengeance 2005,  R)
Sympathy for Lady Vengeance
My second favorite of Park's vengeance trilogy. It's gotten better every screening.
7
Oldboy 2005,  R)
Oldboy
Instant classic that I will continue to recommend to everyone. This movie helped peak my interest in Korean cinema. See it, love it.
8
Shogun Assassin 1980,  R)
Shogun Assassin
Nice ultra violent little samurai film.
9
The Hurt Locker 2009,  R)
The Hurt Locker
The best Iraq based film so far.
10
Near Dark 1987,  R)
Near Dark
One of my favorite vampire movies. Also one of the better movies from the 80's. My only gripe is the last minute of the film.
11
No Country for Old Men 2007,  R)
No Country for Old Men
This movie has a lot of tension and is reminiscent of 'Fargo'. There's some beautiful cinematography and good performances, but it isn't 'Fargo'. A nice return to form for the Coen bros. nonetheless.
12
Burn After Reading 2008,  R)
Burn After Reading
An offbeat and often hilarious chain of events film with 'Lebowski' style humour. If you are a Coen bros. fan, you will not be disappointed.
13
GoodFellas 1990,  R)
GoodFellas
Top 10 Films...Ever!
14
Casino 1995,  R)
Casino
Wow! When i saw this the first time I was blown away. I love James Woods in this.
15
Zombieland 2009,  R)
Zombieland
Some really great scenes, but it's basically just another zom-com. Rule #69: Don't re-make 'Shawn of the Dead' only 5 years after it's initial release. I did enjoy it for the most part though.
16
Shaun of the Dead 2004,  R)
17
Boogie Nights 1997,  R)
Boogie Nights
PTA at his best! This movie has it all.
18
Magnolia 1999,  R)
Magnolia
PTA's sprawling character study is a little long, but you see some great performances. Tom Cruise almost steals the show, but the rest of the cast is equally as good. A must for film buffs.
19
Inglourious Basterds 2009,  R)
20
Reservoir Dogs 1992,  R)
Reservoir Dogs
A movie that makes you want to make movies.
21
Memento 2000,  R)
Memento
Watched it back-to-back.
22
Batman Begins 2005,  PG-13)
Batman Begins
Highly entertaining re-invention of the 'Batman' franchise. My only negative comment is the miscasting of Katie Holmes.
23
The Dark Knight 2008,  PG-13)
The Dark Knight
An excellent film worth seeing on the big screen. It's a little long, but you won't be checking your watch every 10 mins. Possibly the best superhero movie ever made. All the scenes with Ledger and/or Eckhart were fantastic.
24
Inception 2010,  PG-13)
Inception
I was blown away from the first frame. Usually when I see a great film I say 'I hope I can make a film this good one day'. When I was watching 'Inception' I said to myself 'I will never make a film this good'. 'Inception' is now one of my favorite films and it's so good that I it reminded why I love movies so much in the first place. See it now.
25
Slumdog Millionaire 2008,  R)
Slumdog Millionaire
One of the best films of '08. Boyle's best alongside 'Trainspotting'.
26
District 9 2009,  R)
District 9
This is possibly the best film of 2009. The fact the Blomkamp was able to deliver such an amazing project for under 30 million is an extraordinary feat in itself. I am anxiously awaiting a sequel to this sci-fi masterpiece.
27
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly 1966,  R)
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
You will like this even if you don't like westerns.
28
Unforgiven 1992,  R)
Unforgiven
My favorite western.
29
Gran Torino 2009,  R)
Gran Torino
If this is Eastwood's final appearance in front of the camera.......job well done. Some performances and plotting are a little on the nose, but Clint's 'Walt' keeps the film going till the very end. Fitting ending to Eastwood's acting career.
30
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior 1981,  R)
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior
So campy and fun. Almost, if not better than the original. The way an action movie should be. This is the Mel we all loved.
31
Full Metal Jacket 1987,  R)
32
Black Dynamite 2009,  R)
Black Dynamite
A fantastic do over combination of the best blaxploitation films. You can call it a spoof, but the errors are intentional and it's made with a lot of love for the genre.
33
Kung Fu Hustle 2005,  R)
Kung Fu Hustle
Great chop socky comedy.
34
Beetlejuice 1988,  PG)
Beetlejuice
One of Burton's best. Still stands up after 20 yrs.
35
Drag Me to Hell 2009,  PG-13)
Drag Me to Hell
Nice return to the 'horror' genre for Sam Raimi. Fun and shocking with well placed sound cues make this an amazing theater experience.
36
Frailty 2002,  R)
Frailty
Awesome little horror/thriller. Saw it for the fourth time again tonight and it was still effective.
37
Terminator 2: Judgment Day 1991,  R)
38
Commando 1985,  R)
39
Predator 1987,  R)
40
Fantastic Mr. Fox 2009,  PG)
Fantastic Mr. Fox
Fun for the whole family. Nice to see Wes Anderson change gears with this animated comedy.
41
Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind 2004,  R)
42
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl 2003,  PG-13)
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
Pretty cool movie, but the only thing that turns me off is that everyone loves it. Too much. Geoffrey Rush & Depp steal the show
43
The Rocky Horror Picture Show 1975,  R)
44
Frozen 2010,  R)
Frozen
This Adam Green guy is a hell of a director. To make a 90 min film about 3 people stuck on a ski lift interesting is a feat in itself. Now I gotta see his other movies.
45
The Descent 2006,  R)
The Descent
Good scares. Great Indie slasher. Don't watch any trailers or read too much on it. Just go see it.
46
Dogma 1999,  R)
47
Toy Story 3 2010,  G)
Toy Story 3
On par with the other 2 installments. It follows the template of a prison film. If the franchise ended, this would be the perfect way to end it.
48
The Departed 2006,  R)
The Departed
Wow. I almost wish I hadn't seen the original, but Scorsese added some extra depth and character plot to the story. The cast did a great job and everyone should be rewarded come oscar time. See this right away.
49
Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans 2009,  R)
Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans
This is Cage's best performance in years.
50
Secretary 2002,  R)
Secretary
Spader and Maggie are electric.
51
Equilibrium 2002,  R)
Equilibrium
Pretty good Sci-Fi, action-thriller. A must see for Matrix and V for Vendetta fans.
52
The Social Network 2010,  PG-13)
The Social Network
The critics are right. 'Social Network' is one of the best films of the year. Great script, cinematography, performances, score and direction. Definitely a contender for the 2010 academy awards.
53
The Shawshank Redemption 1994,  R)
The Shawshank Redemption
Great work. Really affected me the first time i saw it. A true masterpiece that is rightly regarded as one of best.
54
Bad Lieutenant 1992,  R)
55
Seven (Se7en) 1995,  R)
Seven (Se7en)
Very interesting mystery/thriller with a pretty sweet ending.
56
The Quick and the Dead 1995,  R)
The Quick and the Dead
Great flick! C'mon, a Sam Raimi western. Totally underrated and a guilty pleasure of mine. So much fun and a great cast to boot. Whenever this is on, I don't change the channel.
57
Piranha 3-D 2010,  R)
Piranha 3-D
Bloody fun with lots of cool cameos. A few very good laughs as well.
58
The Terminator 1984,  R)
59
Natural Born Killers 1994,  R)
60
Gangs of New York 2002,  R)
Gangs of New York
Daniel Day Lewis is superb. Good performances all round.
61
M 1931,  Unrated)
M
One of the greatest films of all time. You can see it's influence everywhere, including 'Citizen Kane'
62
Taxi Driver 1976,  R)
Taxi Driver
One of the best films of the 70's. Solidified Scorsese's reputation as one of the best directors of his generation.
63
Black Snake Moan 2007,  R)
Black Snake Moan
I really liked this movie. Good performances and it has a good look and feel.
64
The Killer (Dip huet seung hung) 1989,  R)
65
Black Swan 2010,  R)
Black Swan
A good film, but mostly because of Portman's performance. Might require more than one viewing.
66
Spartacus 1960,  PG-13)
67
True Grit 2010,  PG-13)
True Grit
One of the best films of the year and definitely the best western in years.
68
Kill Bill: Volume 1 2003,  R)
Kill Bill: Volume 1
Great mix of genres. Don't miss this one.
69
Kill Bill: Volume 2 2004,  R)
Kill Bill: Volume 2
Great wrap up to the saga.
70
From Dusk Till Dawn 1996,  R)
From Dusk Till Dawn
Fun ride.
71
The Wizard of Oz 1939,  PG)
72
Insidious 2011,  PG-13)
Insidious
I love the horror genre, but unfortunately good ones are hard to find. Luckily 'Insidious' is a good one and wears it's influences proudly. I saw glimpses of some of my favs like: Shining, Shutter, Poltergeist, Entity and The Exorcist. I jumped out of my seat a few times and that's what I paid to do. Definitely one for my collection once it hits Blu-Ray.
73
The Big Lebowski 1998,  R)
The Big Lebowski
One of the most quotable movies of all time. Very hard to not like this movie.
74
Raging Bull 1980,  R)
Raging Bull
Possibly the best movie of the 80's.
75
Pulp Fiction 1994,  R)
Pulp Fiction
Most poplular cult film of all time. It's just plain awesome!
76
Big Fish 2003,  PG-13)
77
The Thing 1982,  R)
The Thing
Scared me when i was young. One of/ if not Carpenter's best. It's still my favorite film he's done.
78
The Fifth Element 1997,  PG-13)
79
Straw Dogs 1971,  R)
Straw Dogs
Intense character study that is hard to watch at times. My favorite Peckinpah so far.
80
Citizen Kane 1941,  PG)
Citizen Kane
The most influencial film in the history of motion pictures.
81
Platoon 1986,  R)
Platoon
Possibly the best war movie ever made. Also, this could be Oliver Stone's best picture.
82
Blue Velvet 1986,  R)
83
X-Men: First Class 2011,  PG-13)
X-Men: First Class
Extremely well written and executed with great character development. Matthew Vaughn handles the source material perfectly and this installment surpasses the original trilogy. Fantastic prequel that should not be missed.
84
Shutter Island 2010,  R)
Shutter Island
I'm the biggest Scorsese nut I know, but this wasn't my favorite by him. It's a little too long and somewhat predictable. The ending left me cold. Hopefully I'll appreciate it more after another viewing.
85
Primal Fear 1996,  R)
86
8 1/2 1963,  Unrated)
8 1/2
Classic.
87
Diabolique (Les Diaboliques) 1955,  Unrated)
Diabolique (Les Diaboliques)
This classic is often mentioned with Hitchcock, but I liked the pacing of 'Diabolique' more than any Hitch film I've seen. Clouzot is one of the best french directors ever and make sure to check out his masterpiece 'Wages of Fear'.
88
Seven Samurai (Shichinin no Samurai) 1954,  Unrated)
Seven Samurai (Shichinin no Samurai)
A classic masterpiece.
89
Point Break 1991,  R)
90
True Romance 1993,  R)
True Romance
QT script. Well executed direction by Scott.
91
Kick-Ass 2010,  R)
Kick-Ass
One of my favorites of the year. It's like 'Snatch' with superheroes.
92
A History of Violence 2005,  R)
A History of Violence
My favorite Cronenberg so far. Nice to see him take on a different genres.
93
American Psycho 2000,  R)
94
A Prophet (Un prophete) 2010,  R)
A Prophet (Un prophete)
Finally got around to seeing this and I was not disappointed. This is one of the best prison dramas ever made. It's long, but well worth it.
95
Grindhouse 2007,  R)
Grindhouse
Fun to watch in a theater, but make sure to pee before the screening. Rodriguez gets right to it, but QT's segment takes awhile to pick up, luckily Kurt Russell shines in 'Death Proof'. Personally I preferred 'Planet Terror' and the fake trailers are a nice touch.
96
Lethal Weapon 1987,  R)
97
Snatch 2001,  R)
Snatch
Just like Lock, Stock - but maybe better.
98
Léon: The Professional 1994,  R)
Léon: The Professional
Still as fantastic today as it was when it first came out. I would recommend watching the extended director's cut.
99
Army of Darkness 1993,  R)
Army of Darkness
Inferior to the first two Evil dead films, but still fun.
100
Evil Dead 2 1987,  R)
Evil Dead 2
A classic fun ride.
101
Edward Scissorhands 1990,  PG-13)
102
The Matrix 1999,  R)
The Matrix
Blew me away when I first saw it in 99. Imitated a few times since, but nothing ever compared to the original Matrix's originality.
103
Dead Alive (Braindead) 1993,  R)
Dead Alive (Braindead)
One of the best gore/comedies. Ultra campy and fun.
104
Rushmore 1998,  R)
Rushmore
Probably my fav Wes Anderson.
105
Eyes Wide Shut 1999,  R)
Eyes Wide Shut
This underrated Kubrick film features one of the creepiest music cues in cinema.
106
Do the Right Thing 1989,  R)
Do the Right Thing
Love this movie. Can't get enough of Dickerson's cinematography. Spike Lee's best work.
107
Drive 2011,  R)
Drive
Very different than you'd think. Has a 70's look and feel accompanied by an 80's sounding score. One of my favs in very weak 2011 class of pictures. Overall this movie is a gem that will stand the test of time.
108
Annie Hall 1977,  PG)
Annie Hall
Not perfect overall, but a very flawless look into relationships.
109
The Silence of the Lambs 1991,  R)
The Silence of the Lambs
Good suspense thriller that is worth seeing for the performances. Cleaned up at the 1991 Oscars.
110
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford 2007,  R)
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
The photography is great, but it's very long run time shows while it crawls along slowly. Very overrated in my opinion.
111
Wyatt Earp 1994,  PG-13)
112
Babel 2006,  R)
Babel
Not as great as I wanted it to be, but still better than must films that come out. A little long, but it's never boring and it will drain you emotionally.
113
Stardust 2007,  PG-13)
Stardust
An interesting spin off the fantasy/adventure genre.
114
There Will Be Blood 2007,  R)
There Will Be Blood
Quite an epic near masterpiece film by PTA. DD Lewis carries the whole movie and steals every scene (he's in every scene). Worthy of all the praise.
115
Once Upon a Time in America 1984,  R)
Once Upon a Time in America
This gangster epic spans over a few decades. The theatrical version was severely cut down from the original director's cut. The stress from this caused Sergio Leone to have a severe heart attack (RIP). The full version is the one to see.
116
Deliverance 1972,  R)
Deliverance
Classic buddy/survival movie.
117
Halloween 1978,  R)
118
Into the Wild 2007,  R)
Into the Wild
Sean Penn directs his best film to date with this touching true life adventure.
119
Little Big Man 1970,  PG-13)
Little Big Man
This is the Forest Gump of the 70's. Loved this as a kid and it still holds up.
120
Fargo 1996,  R)
121
Eastern Promises 2007,  R)
Eastern Promises
One of the best films of 2007. Some great performances and good storytelling techniques. See it.
122
Midnight Cowboy 1969,  R)
Midnight Cowboy
Voight & Hoffman are great.
123
The Godfather, Part II 1974,  R)
The Godfather, Part II
One of if not the best sequel ever made..
124
The Godfather 1972,  R)
The Godfather
A timeless masterpiece that is forever worthy of all the praise. One of the best films ever made. A must see.
125
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 1974,  R)
126
License to Drive 1988,  PG-13)
127
Clerks 1994,  R)
Clerks
Good indie, talky comedy.
128
Cinema Paradiso (Nuovo Cinema Paradiso) 1988,  R)
Cinema Paradiso (Nuovo Cinema Paradiso)
Classic Italian gem. Many brilliant moments. The music score is legendary.
129
V for Vendetta 2006,  R)
130
Almost Famous 2000,  R)
Almost Famous
See it.
131
Battle Royale 3D 2000,  Unrated)
Battle Royale 3D
Funny, violent, good characters and a little social comentary. Can't go wrong with this one.
132
The Evil Dead 1981,  R)
The Evil Dead
See it and see it now!
133
Chinatown 1974,  R)
Chinatown
My favorite film by Polanski. Great in so many ways.
134
American History X 1998,  R)
135
Pan's Labyrinth 2006,  R)
Pan's Labyrinth
Nicely shot fantasy/adventure. Not for kids, cause the violence looks and feels pretty real. Dream like film.
136
A Fish Called Wanda 1988,  R)
137
13 Assassins 2011,  R)
138
Cape Fear 1991,  R)
139
Once Upon a Time in the West 1968,  PG-13)
Once Upon a Time in the West
Leone's ultimate homage to his favorite westerns. A long cinematic opera with a killer ending.
140
Blade Runner 1982,  R)
Blade Runner
Pretty good 80's Sci-Fi.
141
Starship Troopers 1997,  R)
Starship Troopers
Verhoeven rocks and he proves it with this fun action/sci-fi film.
142
Koroshiya 1 (Ichi the Killer) 2001,  R)
Koroshiya 1 (Ichi the Killer)
Bloody and surreal. Typical Miike.
143
Jackie Brown 1997,  R)
Jackie Brown
Not my fav QT, but still worth a watch.
144
Road to Perdition 2002,  R)
Road to Perdition
Wonderfully poetic gangster drama.
145
Anchorman - The Legend Of Ron Burgundy 2004,  PG-13)
Anchorman - The Legend Of Ron Burgundy
Some pretty funny moments. Nice vehicle for Ferrell.
146
Dr. Strangelove Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb 1964,  PG)
147
Stand by Me 1986,  R)
Stand by Me
A coming-of-age classic. One of the best films of the 80's.
148
Basic Instinct 1992,  R)
149
The Frighteners 1996,  R)
The Frighteners
Has it's moments, but it's not Jackson's best.
150
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid 1969,  PG)
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
A definite classic. Conrad Hall's photography is amazing (one of the best). The intro, montages and ending are unforgettable movie moments.
151
Bob Dylan: Don't Look Back 1967,  Unrated)
Bob Dylan: Don't Look Back
Watching this doc makes you feel like you are in Dylan's inner circle. It's like hanging out with a brash young musical genius.
152
My Name Is Bruce 2007,  R)
My Name Is Bruce
Campbell plays himself, poking fun of of his career/persona along the way. Lots of in jokes and references for hardcore BC fans.
153
Monsters 2010,  R)
154
Warrior 2011,  PG-13)
Warrior
If 'The Fighter' had a baby with UFC, you would get this. It's long, but you barely notice it. One of the best films of the year in a weak 2011 class.
155
Elite Squad: The Enemy Within 2011,  Unrated)
Elite Squad: The Enemy Within
Another good crime/corruption drama from Brazil. A nice follow up to the original 'Elite Squad'.
156
Audition (Ôdishon) 1999,  R)
157
Risky Business 1983,  R)
158
Alien 1979,  R)
159
Aliens 1986,  R)
160
Fight Club 1999,  R)
161
Fatal Attraction 1987,  R)
162
Blood Simple 1984,  R)
Blood Simple
The first Coen Bros. film is a dandy film noire and it's has all the elements that encompass their style that is still present in their newest pictures.
163
Miller's Crossing 1990,  R)
164
Raising Arizona 1987,  PG-13)
Raising Arizona
One of my fav Coen bros. The cast is so hilarious and there are some amazing camera perspectives.
165
Battleship Potemkin 1925,  Unrated)
Battleship Potemkin
Probably the first cinematic masterpiece. The pacing and editing are first rate and still stand the test of time. A must see for everyone who truly loves movies and the history of film.
166
The Conversation 1974,  PG)
167
Saving Private Ryan 1998,  R)
168
Sin City 2005,  R)
169
The Goonies 1985,  PG)
170
Requiem for a Dream 2000,  R)
Requiem for a Dream
The true portrayal of addiction. Executed perfectly. Aronofsky told Leto to abstain from sex for his role. He was dating Cameron Diaz at the time...now thats commitment!
171
Trainspotting 1996,  R)
Trainspotting
Great character study of junkies in the UK. Funny & disturbing.
172
Apocalypse Now Redux 2001,  R)
173
Apocalypse Now 1979,  R)
174
The Sting 1973,  PG)
175
Harold and Maude 1971,  PG)
Harold and Maude
One of the greatest love stories put to film.
176
Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse 1991,  R)
Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse
Interesting inside look on the making of 'Apocalypse Now'.
177
Enter the Dragon 1973,  R)
Enter the Dragon
Bruse Lee was a legend. This movie proves that point.
178
El Mariachi 2001,  R)
El Mariachi
Unbelieble! This was shot for $7,000. Read the book: "Rebel without a crew".
179
Desperado 1995,  R)
Desperado
Stylish & action packed. Look for the cameo by Taantino.
180
Saw 2004,  R)
Saw
A refreshing low budget take on the thriller genre. Unfortunately watered down by many sequels.
181
Jerry Maguire 1996,  R)
182
Layer Cake 2005,  R)
183
Young Guns 1988,  R)
184
Monster's Ball 2001,  R)
185
Boiler Room 2000,  R)
186
Waiting 2005,  R)
Waiting
Actually pretty funny. I've worked in restaurants and the references are bang on.
187
Superman 1978,  PG)
188
Zombi 2 1980,  R)
189
Dawn of the Dead 1979,  R)
Dawn of the Dead
My favorite zombie movie. Tom Savini was a multitasker by doing makeup, stunts and a cameo. Most fans might agree that this is Romero's best too.
190
The Entity 1982,  R)
191
Mean Streets 1973,  R)
Mean Streets
Great early Scorsese.
192
The Prestige 2006,  PG-13)
The Prestige
Didn't help that this came out around the same time as "The Illusionist", but this one's better.
193
Heat 1995,  R)
194
American Gangster 2007,  R)
American Gangster
The best film I've seen from Ridley Scott, but it bites off from alot of gangster classics.
195
Jaws 1975,  PG)
Jaws
The first 'summer blockbuster' film. This classic made swimming at the beach unpopular for years after it's release.
196
Die Hard 1988,  R)
197
Minority Report 2002,  PG-13)
198
The Cable Guy 1996,  PG-13)
The Cable Guy
My favorite Carrey performance.
199
Carlito's Way 1993,  R)
200
Adaptation 2002,  R)
Adaptation
The most original adapted screenplay I've ever seen.
201
Ed Wood 1994,  R)
Ed Wood
My favorite film by Tim Burton. Landau's turn as Bela Lugosi is amazing. I usually watch this one once a year.
202
The Mist 2007,  R)
The Mist
This one is a real treat. Frank Darabont does a great job developing characters in this gem of a horror/thriller/drama. One of the funnest movies I've seen in a while and the ending is well worth it.
203
Children of Men 2006,  R)
Children of Men
Interesting mixture of genres. Some very nice cinematography.
204
The Shining 1980,  R)
The Shining
Brilliant film making by Kubrick and probably one of the first times the steady-cam technique was used. Jack's over the top performance and Duvall's miscasting almost ruin it for me though.
205
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street 2007,  R)
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Great musical/horror with some solid performances. Another interesting piece in Burton's body of work.
206
Sleepy Hollow 1999,  R)
207
Cool Hand Luke 1967,  PG)
Cool Hand Luke
Classic film about prison life on a chain gang. Definately stands the test of time. Newman & Kennedy give performances of a lifetime.
208
The Green Mile 1999,  R)
209
Caddyshack 1980,  R)
210
Trick 'r Treat 2007,  R)
Trick 'r Treat
Proly the best anthology horror I've seen. I can't believe the studio shelved this for 2 years before dumping it to DVD. This is better than most modern horror films that come out. Nicely done.
211
Carrie 1976,  R)
212
A Christmas Story 1983,  PG)
A Christmas Story
Proly my favorite Xmas movie of all time. Perfectly told from to point of view from a child.
213
They Live 1988,  R)
They Live
Another cult classic from John Carpenter. Still relevant 25 years after. Obey!
214
Donnie Darko 2001,  R)
215
The Last of the Mohicans 1992,  R)
The Last of the Mohicans
Probably my favorite Micheal Mann film.
216
The Dark Knight Rises 2012,  PG-13)
The Dark Knight Rises
Good action/adventure, but my least favorite of the trilogy.
217
Ratatouille 2007,  G)
Ratatouille
The Citizen Kane of animated pictures. Many laughs and well developed characters. I don't know if I'll see a better film this year.
218
Braveheart 1995,  R)
219
Back to the Future Part II 1989,  PG)
220
Back to the Future 1985,  PG)
Back to the Future
One of the best movies of the 80's. A definite classic sci-fi/comedy that aged pretty well.
221
Back to the Future Part III 1990,  PG)
222
Rocky 1976,  PG)
223
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation 1989,  PG-13)
224
Escape from New York 1981,  R)
225
The Wild Bunch 1969,  R)
The Wild Bunch
This classic western still stands the test of time. Not only is it violent, but it's actually quite funny in some parts. I even recognized a couple character actors who were in "Three Amigos" as well. One of the best westerns ever made.
226
Rashômon (Rashomon) (In the Woods) 1951,  Unrated)
Rashômon (Rashomon) (In the Woods)
Kurosawa is one of the best directors ever. Highly influencial piece of film history.
227
Groundhog Day 1993,  PG)
Groundhog Day
One of the funniest love stories ever. I've seen this movie tons of times. Classic.
228
An American Werewolf in London 1981,  R)
An American Werewolf in London
Rick Baker won an *Oscar for his make up and deservedly so. This boasts of of the greatest werewolf transformations ever put to film.
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Network 1976,  R)
Network
Might be one of the best screenplays ever written. Cast is flawless.
230
Big Trouble in Little China 1986,  PG-13)
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eXistenZ 1999,  R)
232
The Graduate 1967,  PG)
233
L.A. Confidential 1997,  R)
L.A. Confidential
There's so much going on this film. A perfect exercise in flawless film noir. Saw it in a theater back in 97 and loved it.
234
Poltergeist 1982,  PG)
Poltergeist
Not as scary as it once was, but only because of how much special FX have improved over the years. You can still see it's influence on the modern ghost stories that are coming out now.
235
The Night of the Hunter 1955,  PG)
The Night of the Hunter
Ahead of it's time. Mitchum is good. Laughton never directed another film, cause he was blacklisted after this one. The cinematography is pretty great too.
236
Re-Animator 1985,  R)
237
The Last Circus 2011,  R)
The Last Circus
I'm a huge fan of the Tod Browning classics 'The Unknown' and 'Freaks', so I really liked the circus themes. I didn't expect it to be so violent, original and fun. 'Last Circus' will make you laugh, cringe and cry. Highly recommended.
238
The Deer Hunter 1978,  R)
The Deer Hunter
Great movie, but it is overlong. Some critics say it's a masterpiece. It's a great character piece, but flawed in it's pacing and length. Still a must see for the roulette scenes and the beautiful cinematography.
239
Twelve Monkeys (12 Monkeys) 1995,  R)
240
Dark City 1998,  R)
Dark City
Very original Sci-Fi/Mystery that reminded me a little of a Memento & Matrix blend. Found its audience of DVD with a superior director's cut.
241
The Color of Money 1986,  R)
242
Grosse Pointe Blank 1997,  R)
243
Casablanca 1943,  PG)
244
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial 1982,  PG)
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
One of the best films of the 80's. A family classic for the ages.
245
Any Given Sunday 1999,  R)
246
Moon 2009,  R)
Moon
Great directional debut by Duncan Jones. Interesting sci fi movie and Sam Rockwell is awesome as usual.
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Leaving Las Vegas 1995,  R)
Leaving Las Vegas
One of the best love stories ever put to celluloid.
248
Moneyball 2011,  PG-13)
Moneyball
Now this was exactly what I was expecting, Solid film with great performances that's perfect for sports enthusiasts and it's based on a true story.
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Searching for Sugar Man 2012,  PG-13)
Searching for Sugar Man
Can't believe such a great voice went unheard for so long. Thank goodness for South Africa for appreciating this unknown artist. Too bad Rodriguez did not profit from his celebrity status until the late 90's. probably the best documentary of 2012.
250
The French Connection 1971,  R)
251
Dead Man 1995,  R)
Dead Man
Strange western has a dreamy vibe and cool score. Depp gives a very different performance.
252
The Fly 1986,  R)
The Fly
One of my favs from the 80's. Jeff Goldblum gives the performance of his career.
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Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer 1986,  NC-17)
254
Dog Day Afternoon 1975,  R)
Dog Day Afternoon
A definite classic. One of Lumet's best.
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Conan the Barbarian 1982,  R)
Conan the Barbarian
My personal favorite role by Schwarzenegger. I watched this many times as a kid.
256
The Searchers 1956,  PG)
257
Dirty Pretty Things 2003,  R)
258
Barry Lyndon 1975,  PG)
259
Sanjuro (Tsubaki Sanjûrô) 1962,  PG-13)
260
Yojimbo 1961,  Unrated)
Yojimbo
Samurai western.
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Branded to Kill 1967,  Unrated)
Branded to Kill
Great Campy samurai gangster film. Mixes humour, drama & violence quite nicely. Ahead of it's time. Suzuki was blacklisted for years after making this one.
262
The 400 Blows (Les Quatre cents coups) 1959,  Unrated)
The 400 Blows (Les Quatre cents coups)
Truffaut' semi-autobiographical story of troubled youth is played out to perfection. The camera captures the Paris locations beautifully. A masterpiece from the french new wave. A must see.
263
La Haine (Hate) 1996,  R)
La Haine (Hate)
City of god is often compared to this. It's very stylish with many good scenes. Everyone should see this.
264
Total Recall 1990,  R)
265
The Master 2012,  R)
The Master
Great performances, but I was constantly wondering where things were headed. Kind of like Lancaster Dodd the movie itself seems to be making stuff up as it goes along. I'm a huge PTA fan, so I'll give it another go when it drops on video.
266
Batman 1989,  PG-13)
267
Batman Returns 1992,  PG-13)
268
Sling Blade 1996,  R)
Sling Blade
A very good character study set in the south. A tour-de-force trifecta for Thornton.
269
Harsh Times 2006,  R)
Harsh Times
Bale is great as always, but the film is average overall.
270
The Warriors 1979,  R)
271
Who - Live at the Isle of Wight 1970,  Unrated)
272
The White Stripes Under Great White Northern Lights 2010,  Unrated)
273
Killers: Live from the Royal Albert Hall 2009,  Unrated)
274
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Runnin' Down a Dream 2008,  Unrated)
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Runnin' Down a Dream
Lengthy, but awesome doc on one of the most underrated bands in the history of rock n' roll. A must see for all music fans.
275
Moonrise Kingdom 2012,  PG-13)
Moonrise Kingdom
Another quirky and offbeat comedy from Wes Anderson. It has his usual touches of colorful characters and set designs. You won't be disappointed, but it may leave you wanting more.
276
Django Unchained 2012,  R)
Django Unchained
Tarantino has created another masterpiece. Django delivers in many ways and keeps you entertained even with the long run time. Dicaprio might win his first Oscar for his performance here. I loved the fact that there were no pop culture references. The first half kind of reminded me of a modern 'Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid'. The cinematography was amazing and the performances were spot on. The only flaw here was QT's cameo, which almost took me out of the film. A must see for film lovers and fans of violent westerns. One of the best films of 2012 and the best film I've seen in a while. Do not miss this one.
277
Labyrinth 1986,  PG)
278
Seven Psychopaths 2012,  R)
Seven Psychopaths
One of the best films of the year. Martin McDonagh shows he's a real talent with this original, yet personal picture. The script is great and the cast delivers all around.
279
The Lost Boys 1987,  R)
280
Toy Story 1995,  G)
281
Toy Story 2 1999,  G)
282
RoboCop 1987,  R)
RoboCop
One of the best from the 80's. Lots of cool characters and quotable dialogue.
283
Robocop 2 1990,  R)
284
Robocop 3 1993,  PG-13)
285
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie 1990,  PG)
286
Ice Age 2002,  PG)
287
Coming to America 1988,  R)
288
American Beauty 1999,  R)
American Beauty
Great storytelling with interesting characters. The script and cinematography are top notch. One of the best films of the 90's.
289
Pee-wee's Big Adventure 1985,  PG)
Pee-wee's Big Adventure
The feature that introduced us to Tim Burton.
290
Five Element Ninjas 1982,  Unrated)
Five Element Ninjas
aka 'Chinese Super Ninjas'
Childhood favorite.
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Chinese Super Ninjas 1982,  R)
Chinese Super Ninjas
My personal favorite of the genre. Saw this hundreds of times as a child. It is truly beyond classic.
292
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope 1977,  PG)
293
Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back 1980,  PG)
294
Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi 1983,  PG)
295
Led Zeppelin: The Song Remains The Same 1976,  PG)
296
Sea of Love 1989,  R)
Sea of Love
Decent erotic film noir thriller with a recognizable cast. Ellen Barkin looks so good in this and it's funny to see her tower over Pacino. It's kind of dated now, but it was a big hit when first released in 89'.
297
Rango 2011,  PG)
Rango
I was slightly disappointed in the film overall. So much so that I actually fell asleep in the theatre for 10 mins. The animation is very good, but the story fell short for me.
298
Darkman 1990,  R)
299
Lat sau san taam (Hard-Boiled) 1992,  R)
300
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory 1971,  G)
301
Rolling Stones: Stones in Exile 2010,  Unrated)
302
The Running Man 1987,  R)
The Running Man
Strangely ahead of its time, considering reality show like survivor came out 15 yrs later. Cheesy production design and typical 80's Arnold, but still quite entertaining.
303
Prometheus 2012,  R)
Prometheus
Some good scenes, but overall as a film......not so great. I love Ridley Scott as a director, but I wanted this to be better.
304
The Princess Bride 1987,  PG)
305
A Clockwork Orange 1971,  R)
A Clockwork Orange
The most popular Kubrick also happens to be my favorite. Everyone should see it
306
Tropic Thunder 2008,  R)
Tropic Thunder
A pretty funny spoof about making a war film in the jungle. RDJ deserves an oscar nod and Cruise steals is hilarious in his limited screen time.
307
2001: A Space Odyssey 1968,  G)
308
The Hangover 2009,  R)
The Hangover
The best comedy of 2009 so far. The chemistry between the guys is great and I laughed out loud plenty. Some great quotes that you will be hearing all summer.
309
Old School 2003,  R)
310
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World 2010,  PG-13)
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
One of the best films of the year. Right up there with 'Kick-Ass'. Great visuals and a impressive soundtrack. Don't miss this one.
311
Schindler's List 1993,  R)
Schindler's List
see it. It's worth it.
312
Road House 1989,  R)
Road House
Road House is a movie that you don't turn off once it's on. This was nominated for several Razzie awards in 1989. Sure the plot and dialogue is ridiculous, but I can't think of many movies more entertaining than 'Road House' in 1989.
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X-Men: The Last Stand 2006,  PG-13)
314
X2: X-Men United 2003,  PG-13)
315
X-Men 2000,  PG-13)
316
Dances With Wolves 1990,  PG-13)

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