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5 essential 4 highly recommended 3 recommended 2 eh 1 completists only

movies seen at the movies are green

re-watches are red

january 2015

1 EDGE OF TOMORROW (Doug Liman, 2014, USA) 3
1 BLUE CAPRICE (Alexandre Moors, 2013, USA) 2
2 TRANSCENDENCE (Wally Pfister, 2014, USA) 1
3 INHERENT VICE (Paul Thomas Anderson, 2014, USA) 4
4 A HORRIBLE WAY TO DIE (Adam Wingard, 2010, USA) 3
4 YOU’RE NEXT (Adam Wingard, 2013, USA) 4
5 DAS BOOT (Wolfgang Peterson, 1981, Germany [1997 Director’s Cut]) 3
6 FOXCATCHER (Bennett Miller, 2014, USA) 4
7 MACAO (Josef von Sternberg, Nicholas Ray, 1952, USA) 4
8 STAGE FRIGHT (Alfred Hitchcock, 1950, UK) 2
8 ALPHA DOG (Nick Cassavetes, 2007, USA) 3
10 ELITE SQUAD (José Padilha, 2007, Brazil) 4
10 THE SITTER (David Gordon Green, 2011, USA) 2
11 PRINCE AVALANCHE (David Gordon Green, 2013, USA) 3
12 MASTER OF THE HOUSE (Carl Th Dreyer, 1925, Denmark) 4
12 DOWN TO THE BONE (Debra Granik, 2004, USA) 4
13 SELMA (Ava DuVernay, 2014, USA) 4
14 ST. VINCENT (Theodore Melfi, 2014, USA) 1

16 WHAT'S UP, DOC? (Peter Bogdanovich, 1972, USA) 4
18 TIE ME UP! TIE ME DOWN! (Pedro Almodovar, 1990, Spain) 4
19 ROME, OPEN CITY (Roberto Rossellini, 1945, Italy) 3
19 DUEL IN THE SUN (King Vidor, Josef von Sternberg, 1946) 4
20 BLACKHAT (Michael Mann, 2015, USA) 4
21 SNAKE FEED (Debra Granik, 1997, USA, sh) 2
23 MR. AND MRS. SMITH (Alfred Hitchcock, 1941, USA) 3
24 DONOVAN'S REEF (John Ford, 1963, USA) 4
24 KUNDO (Jong-bin Yun, 2014, South Korea) 2
25 HELL'S ANGELS (Howard Hughes, James Whale, 1930, USA) 4
26 DON'T LOOK BACK (Marina de Van, 2009, France/Italy/Luxembourg/Belgium) 2
27 AMERICAN SNIPER (Clint Eastwood, 2014, USA) 3
27 THE BAD SEED (Mervyn LeRoy, 1956, USA) 5
28 BABY DOLL (Elia Kazan, 1956, USA) 4
29 THE METAMORPHOSIS OF MR. SAMSA (Caroline Leaf, 1977, Canada/USA, sh) 5
30 THE OWL WHO MARRIED A GOOSE: AN ESKIMO LEGEND (Caroline Leaf, 1974, Canada) 2
total: 34 [6 cinema, 3 shorts, 0 re-watches]

february 2015

2 SOMEWHERE IN THE NIGHT (Joseph L. Mankiewicz, 1946, USA) 3
2 THE POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE (Tay Garnett, 1946, USA) 3
3 THE IMITATION GAME (Morten Tyldum, 2014, UK/USA) 2
3 CONSPIRACY (Frank Pierson, 2001, UK/USA, TV) 4
3 TWO SISTERS (Caroline Leaf, 1991, Canada, sh) 4
3 INTERVIEW (Caroline Leaf & Veronika Soul, 1978, Canada, sh) 4
5 TUCKER & DALE VS EVIL (Eli Craig, 2010, Canada) 3
6 WE ARE THE BEST! (Lukas Moodysson, 2013, Sweden) 5
7 BORN TO KILL (Robert Wise, 1947, USA) 5
8 CUTTER'S WAY (Ivan Passer, 1981, USA) 4
8 SAND, OR PETER AND THE WOLF (Caroline Leaf, 1969, Canada, sh) 3
10 ONLY GOD FORGIVES (Nicholas Winding Refn, 2013, Denmark/Thailand/Sweden/France/USA, 2013) 3
11 FORCE MAJEURE (Ruben Östlund, 2014, Denmark/Norway/Sweden) 4
12 THE SONG OF BERNADETTE (Henry King, 1943, USA) 5
14 THE BRAVADOS (Henry King, 1958, USA) 5
15 THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING (James Marsh, 2014, UK) 2
15 BEHIND THE CANDELABRA (Steven Soderbergh, 2013, USA, TV) 4
17 THE AFRICAN QUEEN (John Huston, 1951, USA) 2
17 TO THE WONDER (Terrence Malick, 2012, USA) 4
17 CHRYSTAL (Ray McKinnon, 2004, USA) 4
18 MRS. MINIVER (William Wyler, 1942, USA) 4
18 AVP: REQUIEM (The Brothers Strause, 2007, USA) 2
23 CONSENTING ADULTS (Alan J. Pakula, 1992, USA) 2
24 PASSION (Brian De Palma, 2013, France/Germany/Spain/UK) 3
26 BLACK WAX (Bugge, 1981, USA) 3
26 THE ENTITY (Sidney J. Furie, 1981, USA) 5
28 POSSESSED (Curtis Bernhardt, 1947, USA) 5
total: 27 [3 cinema, 3 shorts, 0 re-watches]

march 2015

1 THE WEIGHT OF WATER (Kathryn Bigelow, 2000, USA, Canada, France) 1
1 MR. BLABBERMOUTH! (Basil Wrangell, 1941, USA) 3
2 IN A WORLD... (Lake Bell, 2013, USA) 2
3 FOR THE COMMON DEFENSE! (Allen Kenward, 1942, USA) 2
3 TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT (Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne, 2014, France) 2
3 THE DUKE OF BURGUNDY (Peter Strickland, 2014, UK) 3
3 CAPTAIN PHILLIPS (Paul Greengrass, 2013, USA/UK) 3
5 EXCISION (Richard Bates Jr., 2012, USA) 2
7 THE ARTIST (Michel Hazanivicius, 2011, France) 2
7 CHAINED (Jennifer Chambers Lynch, 2012, USA) 2
7 THE CONJURING (James Wan, 2013, USA) 4
8 RUSH (Ron Howard, 2013, USA) 2
10 MR. TURNER (Mike Leigh, 2014, UK) 5
12 ENEMIES CLOSER (Peter Hyams, 2012, USA) 3
13 DREDD (Pete Travis, 2012, USA) 3
14 THE BAND WAGON (Vincente Minnelli, 1953, USA) 5
16 THE LORDS OF SALEM (Rob Zombie, 2012, USA) 3
17 STILL ALICE (Richard Glazer & Wash Westmoreland, 2014, USA) 2
17 THE EQUALIZER (Antoine Fuqua, 2014, USA) 2
19 SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR (Robert Rodriguez & Frank Miller, 2014, USA) 1
20 FURY (David Ayer, 2014, USA) 3
21 CHRONICLE (Josh Trank, 2014, USA) 4
21 SOMEBODY UP THERE LIKES ME (Bob Byington, 2012, USA) 5
23 LAKE OF FIRE (Tony Kaye, 2006, USA) 4
total: 24 [4 cinema, 2 shorts, 0 re-watches]
2015 Totals: 85 seen [13 cinema, 8 shorts, 0 re-watches]

january 2014

4 I WAS A MALE WAR BRIDE (Howard Hawks, 1949, USA) 3
5 THE LONG GOOD FRIDAY (John Mackenzie, 1980, UK) 4
6 LE BEAU SERGE (Claude Chabrol, 1958, France) 3
7 THE WOLF OF WALL STREET (Martin Scorsese, 2013, USA) 3
7 NEW YORK STORIES (Martin Scorsese/Francis Ford Coppola/Woody Allen, 1989, USA) 3
8 JUBAL (Delmer Daves, 1956, USA) 4
8 SUBMARINE (Richard Ayoade, 2010, UK) 3
9 SABOTEUR (Alfred Hitchcock, 1942, USA) 5
11 ZOTZ! (William Castle, 1962, USA) 3
12 KNOCK ON ANY DOOR (Nicholas Ray, 1949, USA) 2
14 AMERICAN HUSTLE (David O. Russell, 2013, USA) 2
15 WHITE ZOMBIE (Victor Halperin, 1932, USA) 4
22 TO ROME WITH LOVE (Woody Allen, 2012, USA/Italy) 2
23 JACK GOES BOATING (Philip Seymour Hoffman, 2010, USA) 3
23 FROZEN (Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee, 2013, USA) 2
24 THE GRAND (Zak Penn, 2007, USA) 3
25 PERFECT SENSE (David Mackenzie, 2011, UK) 4
27 THE FRIENDS OF EDDIE COYLE (Peter Yates, 1973, USA) 4
29 DALLAS BUYERS CLUB (Jean-Marc Vallée, 2013, USA) 3
29 LEGEND OF THE LOST (Henry Hathaway, 1957, USA/Italy) 3
30 NEBRASKA (Alexander Payne, 2013, USA) 4
total: 21 [4 cinema, 0 shorts, 0 re-watches]

february 2014

1 SHADOWS AND FOG (Woody Allen, 1991, USA) 4
5 THIS IS THE END (Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, 2013, USA) 3
6 THE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER (Robert Ellis Miller, 1968, USA) 1
7 HALL PASS (Farrelly Bros., 2011, USA) 2
9 A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD (John Moore, 2013, USA) 1
10 COUNTRY STRONG (Shana Feste, 2010, USA) 2
10 30 MINUTES OR LESS (Ruben Fleischer, 2011, USA) 2
11 THE FIVE-YEAR ENGAGEMENT (Nicholas Stoller, 2012, USA) 3
12 THE KING OF MARVIN GARDENS (Bob Rafelson, 1972, USA), 4
13 CLAIRE'S KNEE (Eric Rohmer, 1970, France) 5
13 THE CURVE (Edwige Shak, 1999, France, sh) 2
14 RUBY SPARKS (Jonathan Dayton, Valerie Ferris, 2012, USA) 2
15 3 DAYS OF THE CONDOR (Sydney Pollack, 1975, USA) 3
15 REPULSION (Roman Polanski, 1965, UK) 2
16 ANOTHER WOMAN (Woody Allen, 1988, USA) 2
17 PTU (Johnnie To, 2003, Hong Kong) 3
18 D.O.A. (Rudolph Maté, 1950, USA) 3
18 ROBOCOP (José Padilha, 2014, USA) 2
19 A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE (Elia Kazan, 1951, USA) 4
19 LATE SPRING (Yasujiro Ozu, 1949, Japan) 5
20 TOKYO-GA (Wim Wenders, 1985, USA/Germany) 3
20 ELIA KAZAN: A DIRECTOR'S JOURNEY (Richard Schickel, 1995, USA) 2
20 AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON (John Landis, USA, 1981, USA/UK) 3
21 WILD RIVER (Elia Kazan, 1960, USA) 5
22 CHAMPION (Mark Robson, 1949, USA) 2
23 THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT (Lisa Cholodenko, 2010, USA) 2
23 MATADOR (Pedro Almodovar, 1986, Spain) 3
24 SMASHED (James Ponsoldt, 2012, USA) 2
24 WAR HORSE (Steven Spielberg, 2011, USA) 4
25 HER (Spike Jonze, 2013, USA) 3
25 FRANCES HA (Noah Baumbach, 2013, USA) 4
26 LA PROMESSE (Dardenne Bros, 1996, Belgium) 4
27 INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS (Coen Bros, 2013, USA) 4
27 GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT (Elia Kazan, 1947, USA) 2
total: 35 [3 cinema, 1 short, 0 re-watches]

march 2014

1 PROJECT: ALF (Dick Lowry, 1996, USA) 3
2 COMPUTER CHESS (Andrew Bujalski, 2013, USA) 4
2 127 HOURS (Danny Boyle, 2010, USA) 2
2 ZERO DARK THIRTY (Kathryn Bigelow, 2012, USA) 4
3 A FACE IN THE CROWD (Elia Kazan, 1957, USA) 3
4 POMPEII (Paul W.S. Anderson, 2014, USA) 4
4 SEMI-PRO (Kent Alterman, 2008, USA) 3
6 THE BEST OF EVERYTHING (Jean Negulesco, 1959, USA) 3
7 PEOPLE ON SUNDAY (Robert Siodmak + Edgar G. Ulmer, 1930, Germany) 4
8 SUDDENLY (Lewis Allen, 1954, USA) 2
9 ILLEGAL (Lewis Allen, 1955, USA) 3
9 CAUSE FOR ALARM! (Tay Garnett, 1951, USA) 5
10 THE STORY OF MARIE AND JULIEN (Jacques Rivette, 2003, France) 5
13 INTO THE BLUE (Eugen Schüfftan, 1931, Germany, sh) 2
13 SOMERSAULT (Cate Shortland, 2004, Australia) 3
16 THE MECHANIC (Simon West, 2011, USA) 2
16 TAKE A CHANCE (Alfred J. Goulding, 1918, USA, sh) 2
16 SAFETY LAST! (Fred C. Newmeyer + Sam Taylor, 1923, USA) 4
16 THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES (Derek Cianfrance, 2013, USA) 3
18 NON-STOP (Jaume Collet-Serra, 2014, USA) 2
19 PAPER HEART (Nicholas Jasenovec, 2009, USA) 3
21 INSIDIOUS (James Wan, 2010, USA) 3
23 DESIGNING WOMAN (Vincente Minnelli, 1957, USA) 3
24 YOUNG MR. JAZZ (Hal Roach, 1919, USA, sh) 3
25 THE LEGO MOVIE (Phil Lord & Chris Miller, 2014, USA) 4
25 DON JON (Joseph Gordon-Levitt, 2013, USA) 2
26 SEPARATE TABLES (Delbert Mann, 1958, USA) 4
27 THE ACT OF SEEING WITH ONE’S OWN EYES (Stan Brakhage, 1971, USA, sh) 5
27 SCENES FROM UNDER CHILDHOOD: FIRST SECTION (Stan Brakhage, 1967, USA, sh) 5
30 PAIN & GAIN (Michael Bay, 2013, USA) 4
31 ALL IS LOST (J.C. Chandor, 2013, USA) 4
total: 31 [3 cinema, 4 shorts, 2 re-watches]

april 2014

3 BOOMERANG! (Elia Kazan, 1947, USA) 2
3 ENOUGH SAID (Nicole Holofcener, 2013, USA) 4
7 SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS (Elia Kazan, 1961, USA) 5
10 THE PHANTOM CARRIAGE (Victor Sjöström, 1921, Sweden) 4
12 DRACULA: PAGES FROM A VIRGIN'S DIARY (Guy Maddin, 2002, Canada) 5
18 UPSTREAM COLOR (Shane Carruth, 2013, USA) 4
20 VERONICA MARS (Rob Thomas, 2014, USA) 3
total: 7 [0 cinema, 0 shorts, 0 re-watches]

may 2014

4 BEFORE MIDNIGHT (Richard Linklater, 2013, USA) 5
11 HANNIBAL BURESS: LIVE FROM CHICAGO (Marcus Raboy, 2014, USA, TV) 4
15 THE ANNIVERSARY PARTY (Alan Cumming & Jennifer Jason Leigh, 2001) 1
16 WHITE HOUSE DOWN (Roland Emmerich, 2013, USA) 2
17 BLUE RUIN (Jeremy Saulnier, 2013, USA) 2
21 GREY GARDENS (David Maysles, Albert Maysles, Ellen Hovde, Muffie Meyer, 1976, USA) 5
26 BIG STAR: NOTHING CAN HURT ME (Drew DeNicola & Olivia Mori, 2012, USA) 4
29 ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE (Jim Jarmusch, 2013, UK/Germany/Greece) 4
total: 8 [1 cinema, 0 shorts, 0 re-watches]

june 2014

3 FINGERS (James Toback, 1978, USA) 3
4 JOE (David Gordon Green, 2014, USA) 2
5 PROMISED LAND (Gus Van Sant, 2012, USA) 2
8 THE BIBLE (John Huston, 1966, USA/Italy) 2
17 22 JUMP STREET (Phil Lord & Chris Miller, 2014, USA) 4
30 THE FAULT IN OUR STARS (Josh Boone, 2014, USA) 4
total: 6 [3 cinema, 0 shorts, 0 re-watches]

july 2014

3 TAMMY (Ben Falcone, 2014, USA) 4
14 THE IMMIGRANT (James Gray, 2014, USA) 5
15 DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES (Matt Reeves, 2014, USA) 4
28 LIBERAL ARTS (Josh Radnor, 2012, USA) 2
total: 4 [3 cinema, 0 shorts, 0 re-watches]

august 2014

1 SUPPORTING CHARACTERS (Daniel Schechten, 2012, USA) 3
5 TABLOID (Errol Morris, 2010, USA) 4
6 PRISONERS OF BECKETT (Michka Saal, 2006, Canada) 2
7 LIFE ITSELF (Steve James, 2014, USA) 4
10 THE LOVERS (Louis Malle, 1958, France) 4
12 AU REVOIR LES ENFANTS (Louis Malle, 1987, France) 5
14 CORVETTE SUMMER (Matthew Robbins, 1978, USA) 5
19 LET'S BE COPS (Luke Greenfield, 2014, USA) 2
24 DRINKING BUDDIES (Joe Swanberg, 2013, USA) 3
31 MUD (Jeff Nichols, 2013, USA) 3
31 PICNIC (Joshua Logan, 1955, USA) 2
total: 11 [2 cinema, 0 shorts, 0 re-watches]

september 2014

1 THRONE OF BLOOD (Akira Kurosawa, 1957, Japan) 5
2 HOMEFRONT (Gary Fleder, 2013, USA) 2
2 JEWEL ROBBERY (William Dieterle, 1932, USA) 4
2 CRUISING (William Friedkin, 1980, USA) 5
3 THE COLOR WHEEL (Alex Ross Perry, 2011, USA) 4
4 TOKYO DRIFTER (Seijun Suzuki, 1966, Japan) 2
4 PAWN (David A. Armstrong, 2013, USA) 1
6 FRANK (Leonard Abrahamson, 2014, Ireland/USA) 2
7 SPROUT WINGS AND FLY (Les Blank, Cece Conway, Alice Gerrard, 1983, USA, sh) 5
8 THE DIRTIES (Matt Johnson, 2013, Canada) 4
10 THE TERENCE DAVIES TRILOGY (Terence Davies, 1984, UK) 4
10 DISTANT VOICES, STILL LIVES (Terence Davies, 1988, UK) 5
14 THE ACCOUNTANT (Ray McKinnon, 2001, USA, sh) 4
14 A DANGEROUS PLACE (Jerry P. Jacobs, 1995, USA) 3
15 THE MAZE (William Cameron Menzies, 1953, USA) 3
16 SNOWPIERCER (Joon-ho Bong, 2014, USA/South Korea/France) 4
17 THE HIDDEN FORTRESS (Akira Kurosawa, 1958, Japan) 2
18 CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS (Werner Herzog, 2011, Canada/USA/France/Germany/UK) 3
20 FRANZ KAFKA'S IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE (Peter Capaldi, 1995, UK, sh) 1
21 INTO THE ABYSS (Werner Herzog, 2011, USA/UK/Germany) 2
25 THE DISH AND THE SPOON (Alison Bagnall, 2011, USA) 4
27 CAMILLE CLAUDEL 1915 (Bruno Dumont, 2013, France) 5
28 THE BEASTS ARE ON THE STREETS (Peter R. Hunt, 1978, USA, TV) 3
29 THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN (Jack Arnold, 1957, USA) 5
total: 24 [2 cinema, 3 shorts, 1 re-watch]

october 2014

1 THE WHIP HAND (William Cameron Menzies, 1951, USA) 2
2 CHAMELEON STREET (Wendell B. Harris Jr, 1989, USA) 5
6 A MOST WANTED MAN (Anton Corbijn, 2014, USA/UK/Germany) 3
6 TOM AT THE FARM (Xavier Dolan, 2014, Canada) 4
6 BOYHOOD (Richard Linklater, 2014, USA) 1
6 THE PURGE (James DeMonaco, 2013, USA) 2
8 SILVER BULLETS (Joe Swanberg, 2011, USA) 3
12 MANIAC (Franck Khalfoun, 2012, USA) 4
13 MEN IN BLACK 3 (Barry Sonnenfeld, 2012, USA) 3
13 KISS THEM FOR ME (Stanley Donen, 1957, USA) 2
14 NATURAL ENEMIES (Jeff Kanew, 1979, USA) 5
25 CITIZEN MARC (Roger Larry, 2013, Canada) 1
28 GONE GIRL (David Fincher, 2014, USA) 3
29 DARK VICTORY (Edmund Goulding, 1939, USA) 3
30 HARVEY (Henry Koster, 1950, USA) 4
total: 15 [5 cinema, 0 shorts, 0 re-watch]

november 2014

2 FORT APACHE (John Ford, 1948, USA) 4
2 ALL THAT JAZZ (Bob Fosse, 1979, USA) 4
4 NIGHTCRAWLER (Dan Gilroy, 2014, USA) 4
5 35 RHUMS (Claire Denis, 2008, France) 3
6 KING OF THE HILL (Steven Soderbergh, 1993, USA) 2
6 THE UNDERNEATH (Steven Soderbergh, 1995, USA) 2
7 CHLOE IN THE AFTERNOON (Eric Rohmer, 1972, France) 5
8 VERONICA AND HER DUNCE (Eric Rohmer, 1958, France, sh) 2
9 THE ELEMENT OF CRIME (Lars Von Trier, 1984, Denmark) 1
9 JOBS (Joshua Michael Stern, 2013, USA) 1
9 VERTIGO (Alfred Hitchcock, 1958, USA) 5
10 THE GLENN MILLER STORY (Anthony Mann, 1953, USA) 4
11 INTERSTELLAR (Christopher Nolan, 2011, USA) 3
11 I KILLED MY MOTHER (Xavier Dolan, 2009, Canada) 3
12 PRISONERS (Denis Villeneuve, 2013, USA) 2
13 THE MUSIC ROOM (Satyajit Ray, 1958, USA) 5
16 KISS ME DEADLY (Robert Aldrich, 1955, USA) 5
17 DARK HORSE (Todd Solondz, 2011, USA) 4
18 JOHN WICK (Chad Stahelski, David Leitch, 2014, USA) 2
19 PRINCESS MONONOKE (Hayao Miyazaki, 1997, Japan) 2
20 THE TAKING OF PELHAM ONE TWO THREE (Joseph Sargent, 1974, USA) 5
21 CABARET (Bob Fosse, 1972, USA) 2
22 GOING MY WAY (Leo McCarey, 1944, USA) 3
23 HOLIDAY INN (Mark Sandrich, 1942, USA) 2
24 SPIRITED AWAY (Hayao Miyazaki, 2002, Japan) 2
25 THE DUB ROOM SPECIAL! (Frank Zappa, Dick Darley, Clark Santee, 1984, USA) 3
25 DUMB AND DUMBER TO (Peter & Bobby Farrelly, 2014, USA) 3
26 HOPSCOTCH (Ronald Neame, 1980, USA) 2
27 4 MONTHS, 3 WEEKS, AND 2 DAYS (Cristian Mungiu, 2007, Romania) 4
28 THE DEATH OF MR. LAZARESCU (Cristi Puiu, 2005, Romania) 4
29 THE HUNTER (Daniel Nettheim, 2011, Australia) 4
30 THE BELLS OF ST. MARY’S (Leo McCarey, 1945, USA) 5
total: 32 [4 cinema, 1 short, 2 re-watches]

december 2014

1 AIN’T THEM BODIES SAINTS (David Lowery, 2013, USA) 1
2 BIRDMAN, OR THE UNEXPECTED VIRTUE OF IGNORANCE (Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu, 2014, USA) 2
2 CACTUS FLOWER (Gene Saks, 1969, USA) 4
3 FAIL-SAFE (Sidney Lumet, 1964, USA) 3
4 I AM THE CHEESE (Robert Jiras, 1983, USA) 1
5 K-19: THE WIDOWMAKER (Kathryn Bigelow, 2002, USA) 5
6 THE BLING RING (Sofia Coppola, 2013, USA) 3
7 STORIES WE TELL (Sarah Polley, 2013, Canada) 3
8 TOUCHY FEELY (Lynn Shelton, 2013, USA) 1
9 WHIPLASH (Damien Chazelle, 2014, USA) 4
10 THE CHOCOLATE WAR (Keith Gordon, 1988, USA) 4
11 THE EAST (Zal Batmanglij, 2013, USA) 1
12 THE PIANO (Jane Campion, 1993, New Zealand/Australia/France) 2
13 GUN CRAZY (Joseph H. Lewis, 1949, USA) 5
14 THE COLLECTOR (Eric Rohmer, 1967, France) 5
14 THE PURGE: ANARCHY (James DeMonaco, 2014, USA) 2
15 LIONESS (Meg McLagan & Daria Sommers, 2008, USA) 4
15 A MODERN CO-ED (Eric Rohmer, 1966, France, sh) 3
16 YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU (Frank Capra, 1938, USA) 5
18 THE BAKERY GIRL OF MONCEAU (Eric Rohmer, 1963, France, sh) 4
18 CHARLOTTE AND HER STEAK (Eric Rohmer, 1960, France, sh) 2
19 IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (Frank Capra, 1946, USA) 4
20 THE SEDUCTION OF MIMI (Lina Wertmuller, 1972, Germany) 1
21 MY NIGHT AT MAUD’S (Eric Rohmer, 1969, France) 5
22 SUZANNE’S CAREER (Eric Rohmer, 1963, France) 3
22 NADJA IN PARIS (Eric Rohmer, 1964, France, sh) 3
24 WHITE REINDEER (Zach Clark, 2013, USA) 3
25 THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (Wes Anderson, 2014, USA) 5
25 BLUE JASMINE (Woody Allen, 2013, USA) 4
26 THE DOUBLE (Richard Ayoade, 2014, UK) 2
28 THE HOMESMAN (Tommy Lee Jones, 2014, USA) 4
28 MEMORIES OF MURDER (Joon-ho Bong, 2003, South Korea) 5
30 UNBROKEN (Angelina Jolie, 2014, USA) 1
30 TEENAGE (Matt Wolf, 2014, USA) 3
30 PILLOW FIGHT (Thomas Edison, 1897, USA, sh) 3
31 ECLIPSE OF THE SUN VIRGIN (George Kuchar, 1967, USA, sh) 5
31 DEVIL’S KNOT (Atom Egoyan, 2013, Canada) 4
31 THE INTERVIEW (Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg, 2014, USA) 2
total: 38 [5 cinema, 6 shorts, 2 re-watches]

2014 totals: 232 seen [35 cinema, 15 shorts, 8 re-watches]

BOOKS

2015

00.00.15 THE COLLECTED STORIES by Katherine Anne Porter
00.00.15 CITY OF NETS by Otto Friedrich
01.17.15 THE SCARLET LETTER by Nathaniel Hawthorne 5
01.08.15 NOTHING TO ENVY: ORDINARY LIVES IN NORTH KOREA by Barbara Demick 4

2014

12.31.14 NOCTUARY by Thomas Ligotti 2
12.21.14 THE DOUBLE by Fyodor Dostoevsky, trans. Hugh Aplin 5
12.13.14 FROM THE ATELIER TOVAR: SELECTED WRITINGS by Guy Maddin 5
12.09.14 THE CHOCOLATE WAR by Robert Cormier 4
12.05.14 MEET ME AT THE MORGUE by Ross MacDonald 3
12.02.14 MEMOIRS OF MY MENTAL ILLNESS by Daniel Paul Schreber, trans. + ed. Ida MacAlpine & Richard A. Hunter 5
11.26.14 THE INFERNO by Dante, trans. Robert Pinsky 5
11.23.14 THE COLLECTED STORIES by Leonard Michaels, ed. Katharine Ogden Michaels 5
11.19.14 NOVA by Samuel R. Delany 4
11.13.14 BUTTON, BUTTON: UNCANNY STORIES by Richard Matheson 2
11.11.14 THE YELLOW WALLPAPER by Charlotte Perkins Gilman 4
11.10.14 ARCHITECTURES OF POSSIBILITY: AFTER INNOVATIVE WRITING by Lance Olsen 5
11.06.14 THE SUNDIAL by Shirley Jackson 4
10.29.14 SLEEPLESS NIGHTS by Elizabeth Hardwick 4
10.27.14 INHERENT VICE by Thomas Pynchon 4
10.18.14 THE CEMENT GARDEN by Ian McEwan 3
10.17.14 THE DRAGONFLY FLING by Jean McKay
10.14.14 THE MIND AND THE MARKET: CAPITALISM IN WESTERN THOUGHT by Jerry Z. Muller 5
10.08.14 HAPPY DAYS by Samuel Beckett 5
10.07.14 TWO SHORT ACCOUNTS OF PSYCHOANALYSIS by Sigmund Freud, ed. + trans. James Strachey 4
10.05.14 EXERCISES IN STYLE by Raymond Queneau, trans. Barbara Wright 5
10.04.14 THE SISTERS BROTHERS by Patrick deWitt 3
09.30.14 THE ALCOHOLICS by Jim Thompson 3
09.24.14 SELECTED STORIES by Anton Chekhov, ed. + trans. Richard Pevear & Larissa Volokhonsky 5
09.22.14 THE COMPLETE APHORISMS by Franz Kafka 5
09.18.14 AUTHOR UNKNOWN: TALES OF A LITERARY DETECTIVE by Don Foster 4
09.16.14 HALLELUJAH NOW by Terence Davies 2
09.01.14 THE BREAST by Philip Roth 4
08.31.14 THE METAMORPHOSIS AND OTHER STORIES by Franz Kafka, trans. Edwin & Willa Muir 5
08.29.14 GLENN GOULD: A LIFE AND VARIATIONS by Otto Friedrich 5
08.22.14 MORVERN CALLAR by Alan Warner 3
08.17.14 THE DONNER PARTY by George Keithley 5
08.15.14 CRACKPOT: THE OBSESSIONS OF JOHN WATERS by John Waters 4
08.04.14 THE TURN OF THE SCREW by Henry James 5
07.24.14 FIRST LOVE AND OTHER SORROWS by Harold Brodkey 4
07.21.14 THE REHEARSAL by Eleanor Catton 5
07.14.14 THE WIDOW'S CHILDREN by Paula Fox 5
07.09.14 DAISY MILLER by Henry James 5
07.07.14 STORIES OF YOUR LIFE AND OTHERS by Ted Chiang 2
07.04.14 BUILDING GREAT SENTENCES: HOW TO WRITE THE KINDS OF SENTENCES YOU LOVE TO READ by Brooks Landon 5
07.01.14 DESPERATE CHARACTERS by Paula Fox 5
06.27.14 MAD SHADOWS by Marie-Claire Blais, trans. Merloyd Lawrence 2
06.24.14 F. SCOTT FITZGERALD ON WRITING by F. Scott Fitzgerald, ed. Larry W. Phillips 4
06.23.14 TAKING CARE: STORIES by Joy Williams 5
06.13.14 I LOVE DICK by Chris Kraus 4
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canadian james? if so, hola! ready to smash the swedes tmr?

if not, fuck you!!!!


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canadian james? if so, hola! ready to smash the swedes tmr?

if not, fuck you!!!!

y/y! waking up early with dad to bond over spilled swede blood <3

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Surprised you weren't more taken with PTU, which is aesthetically perfect. Curious to read something about that.


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saboteur is terrible, what are you smoking


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most stilted, badly acted, badly paced and boring hitch film, compounded by the quality of 39 steps and north by northwest either side of it


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stay tuned for reviews!

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please write up Wild River i'm begging you


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Your numbering system seemed odd to me (the ones on the left) until it clicked that those are the dates when you watched! :D

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btw, i watched a whole bunch of your (two year old) film noir recs this noirvember and loved so many. the prowler was my fav of your recs, one of my favourite noirs ever, definitely the best use of open/closed spaces as a reflection of internal mood i've ever seen, please rec me more noirs?


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Happy to hear it! I assume I would have rec'd Losey's The Big Night and M at the same time, but see those too

Uhhh here are some gooduns that I don't think I'd seen at the time of the earlier recs and that you appear not to have seen:

Sudden Fear (Miller, 1952)
Tomorrow is Another Day (Feist, 1951) [top 10 noir]
The Threat (Feist, 1949)
Cry of the City (Siodmak, 1948) [top 20 noir]
The Scar (Sekely, 1948) [top 20 noir]
Deep Valley (Negulesco, 1947) [top 10 noir]
Woman on the Beach (Renoir, 1947)
Body and Soul (Rossen, 1947)
Bluebeard (Ulmer, 1944) [top 10 noir if one includes 'period' noir, which one is totally free not to]


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I don't mean to be rude w/r/t answering everyone else but I might have spoken too soon on reviews, though the interest is v much appreciated and I will definitely try (might save Wild River [totally a new favourite, Stu!] 'til I finish Kazan)


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More on this top 10/20 noir please.

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30! One per director:

The Chase (Arthur Ripley, 1946)
Deep Valley (Jean Negulesco, 1947)
Tomorrow is Another Day (Feist, 1951)
Raw Deal (Anthony Mann, 1948)
Kiss Me Deadly (Robert Aldrich, 1955)
The Prowler (Joseph Losey, 1951)
Moonrise (Frank Borzage, 1948)
Out of the Past (Jacques Tourneur, 1947)
Scarlet Street (Fritz Lang, 1945)
Too Late for Tears (Byron Haskin, 1949)

Crime Wave (André De Toth, 1954)
Cry of the City (Robert Siodmak, 1948)
Gun Crazy (Joseph H. Lewis, 1950)
The Scar (Steve Sekely, 1948)
Act of Violence (Fred Zinnemann, 1948)
The Window (Ted Tetzlaff, 1949)
Detour (Edgar G. Ulmer, 1945)
They Live By Night (Nicholas Ray, 1948)
Night and the City (Jules Dassin, 1950)
The Wrong Man (Alfred Hitchcock, 1956)

The Bribe (Robert Z Leonard, 1949)
The Lady from Shanghai (Orson Welles, 1947)
Where the Sidewalk Ends (Otto Preminger, 1950)
The Reckless Moment (Max Ophüls, 1949)
When Strangers Marry (William Castle, 1944)
The Hitch-Hiker (Ida Lupino, 1953)
The Big Clock (John Farrow, 1948)
The Narrow Margin (Richard Fleischer, 1952)
Pickup on South Street (Samuel Fuller, 1953)
99 River Street (Phil Karlson, 1953)


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a jameasian list as always.


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Cool, thanks. Haven't watched five of that top ten, including the top 3.

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No Curtiz or Wilder?


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No Curtiz or Wilder?


Why don't you just accept other people's lists the way they are and go fuck yourself, shithead, everytime someone posts a fucking lists you're there to ask them why they didn't include the 3 films you've seen of the genre/director/actor/whatever, go watch some films and leave everyone alone or i'm gonna make more angry posts and stuff, dickwad


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i've been going to the gym, i'm all aggressive now, meow


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i thought going to the gym relieves aggression by channeling it into something productive? nice run-on sentence, though


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i thought going to the gym relieves aggression by channeling it into something productive? nice run-on sentence, though


no, that's actually been disproved already, freud just made a lot things up really


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a jameasian list as always.

I don't even know what that is anymore WHO AM I


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No Curtiz or Wilder?

Ace in the Hole would be in the next 10-15, I still "like" Double Indemnity but no, and the only Curtiz I've seen that resembles noir is Mildred Pierce and I h8 it or I did five years ago


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and no Angels with Dirty Faces and Casablanca are not noir


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james thinks he's so cool with his movie lists

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that MrCarmady and Pinhead dialogue was pretty tasty. would make a much more entertaining rivalry than snapper and kfv.

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that MrCarmady and Pinhead dialogue was pretty tasty. would make a much more entertaining rivalry than snapper and kfv.


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Ace in the Hole would be in the next 10-15, I still "like" Double Indemnity but no, and the only Curtiz I've seen that resembles noir is Mildred Pierce and I h8 it or I did five years ago

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no, that's actually been disproved already, freud just made a lot things up really

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/08/1 ... blogs&_r=0 , disprove this, asshole


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Oh I could, 1 study with 16 men has no internal validity and therefor wont even be accepted scientifically so what you just posted doesn't actually back up your argument but makes you look like a naive moron


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*sigh* am i gonna have to put more effort than a simple google search into this? how about you link me to a study that proves the opposite


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No, I'm not doing any googleing, couldn't care less really, I found a really big flaw in that study, all of the men had to do both the conditions (anger without and with work out) but in the second condition (with workout) all of them had already seen the anger inducing material and that could just as much be a potential cause of the reduced anger as the work out, really that study has no internal validity at all and is just plain useless, it's ridiculous how crap like that can get published and how anyone would use it to back up an argument :roll:


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army how about you shut the fuck up and watch a movie for like the fifth time this year


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WHB, quantity =/= quality, also I'm on a film a day this year, thanks.


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If I have to be honest, it doesn't really matter if work out reduces aggressiveness or not, I just feel more aggressive and energetic after working out and that's just how it is, I'm not even channeling aggression cause the aggression isn't there pre work out.
And that article you posted isn't even about channeling aggression into something productive, moron


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Pinhead wrote:
No, I'm not doing any googleing, couldn't care less really, I found a really big flaw in that study, all of the men had to do both the conditions (anger without and with work out) but in the second condition (with workout) all of them had already seen the anger inducing material and that could just as much be a potential cause of the reduced anger as the work out, really that study has no internal validity at all and is just plain useless, it's ridiculous how crap like that can get published and how anyone would use it to back up an argument :roll:

not true, both groups saw the slides again, but only one of them exercised and those were the one who had reduced anger


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Oh cool, was just checking if you'd read your shitty article, no that's not true, I haven't read it :up:


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haha, you're such a douchenozzle. i like you, though.


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i'm angry all the time.


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i'm never angry, i'm angry all the time

wait i mean alone


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freedom


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Curious about that Garnett film.


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He was only on my radar because of The Racket, but many of the others (One Way Passage, Cattle King, The Night Fighters) sound great.

Also, added book log to first post


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