Films Seen: Guide for the Film Fanatic by Danny Peary

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  1. A Nos Amours (1984, Pialat)
  2. Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948, Barton)
  3. The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971, Fuest)
  4. So good because it's so bad. Vincent Price is the man of the B movies. The seven deadly plagues visit seven doctors who botched his wife's surgery. Hilarious wackiness ensues!

  5. Abuse (1983, Brennan)
  6. Adam’s Rib (1949, Cukor)
  7. The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across The Eigth Dimension (1984, Richter)
  8. The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938, Curtiz)
  9. Errol's a little over the top here but I love the colours and the fight scenes, especially the one on the staircase.

  10. Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (1952, Bunuel)
  11. The Adventures of the Wilderness Family (1975, Raffill)
  12. The African Queen(1952, Huston)
  13. Bogie plays a grizzled Canuck to Hepburn's uppercrusty Brit. They must work together to survive the river. They way they start to care for one another is adorable.

  14. After Hours (1985, Scorsese)
  15. L’Age D’or (1930, Bunuel)
  16. Aguirre: The Wrath of God (1972, Herzog)
  17. Air Force (1943, Hawks)
  18. Airplane! (1980, Abrahams & Zucker & Zucker)
  19. Airport (1970, Seaton)
  20. Alexander Nevsky (1938, Eisenstein)
  21. Algiers (1938, Cromwell)
  22. Ali—Fear Eats The Soul (1974, Fassbinder)
  23. Alice Adams (1935, Stevens)
  24. Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore (1974, Scorsese)
  25. Alice, Sweet Alice (1977, Sole)
  26. Alien (1979, Scott)
  27. All Of Me (1984, C. Reiner)
  28. All Quiet On The Western Front (1930, Milestone)
  29. A touching and sad story told from the German side of WWI.

  30. All That Jazz (1979, Fosse)
  31. All The President’s Men (1976, Pakula)
  32. A must-see for all journalism majors. Hoffman's hair is too long and Redford looks adorable. My favourite part is when Hoffman's writing down all his notes in the bathroom to keep his source from spooking.

  33. All The Right Moves (1983, Chapman)
  34. Allegro Non Troppo (1976, Bozzetto)
  35. Alligator (1980, Teague)
  36. Alone in the Dark (1982, Sholder)
  37. Alphaville (1965, Godard)
  38. Altered States (1980, Russell)
  39. Always (1986, Jaglom)
  40. Amadeus (1984, Forman)
  41. I'm unclear as to how accurate this biopic is but it was visually stunning. I mean, who knows if he actually laughed like that. The amazing part was they filmed some scenes were his operas were actually first staged. Mindblowing.

  42. Amarcord (1974, Fellini)
  43. The American Friend (1977, Wenders)
  44. American Gigolo (1980, Schrader)
  45. American Graffiti (1973, Lucas)
  46. It's so weird to think this was shot in the 70s but taking place in the 50s. Along with "Happy Days", was everyone nostalgic for an earlier time back then?

  47. American Hot Wax (1978, Mutrux)
  48. An American in Paris (1951, Minnelli)
  49. I'm sorry to say this is little more than fluff. The story is practically non existent and the only parts worth watching are the dance scenes.

  50. An American Werewolf in London (1981, Landis)
  51. The Amityville Horror (1979, Rosenberg)
  52. Among The Living (1941, Heisler)
  53. Anchors Aweigh (1945, Sidney)
  54. …And God Created Woman (1957, Vadim)
  55. And Soon The Darkness (1970, Fuest)
  56. And Then There Were None (1945, Clair)
  57. A creepy adaptation of one of Agatha Christie's most complex whodunnits.

  58. Android (1982, Lipstadt)
  59. The Andromeda Strain (1971, Wise)
  60. Andy Warhol’s Bad (1971, Johnson)
  61. Andy Warhol’s Dracula (1974, Morrissey)
  62. Andy Warhol’s Frankenstein (1974, Morrisey)
  63. Angel (1984, Robert O’Neil)
  64. Angel and the Badman (1947, Grant)
  65. Angels With Dirty Faces (1938, Curtiz)
  66. Animal Crackers (1930, Heerman)
  67. One of my favourite Marx Brothers films. My favourite scene is where Zeppo really gets to shine, taking a note from Groucho.

  68. Annie Hall (1977, Allen)
  69. I never understood what the hype about this film was. I really only enjoyed the lobster scene because I like lobsters.

  70. Annie Oakley (1935, Stevens)
  71. Antonio Das Mortes (1969, Rocha)
  72. Aparajito (1956, S. Ray)
  73. Apocalypse Now (1979, Coppola)_Arruza (1972, Boetticher)
  74. Arsenal (1929, Dovzhenko)
  75. Arsenic and Old Lace (1944, Capra)
  76. An amazingly hilarious Cary Grant vehicle. Originally created as a play this film is a must-see for Cary Grant fans.

  77. Ashes and Diamonds (1958, Wajda)
  78. The Asphalt Jungle (1950, Huston)
  79. Assault on Precinct 13 (1976, Carpenter)
  80. Atlantic City (1980, Malle)
  81. Atom-Age Vampire (1961, Majano)
  82. The Atomic Café (1982, Rafferty & Loader & Rafferty)
  83. Attack! (1956, Aldrich)
  84. Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman (1958, Hertz)
  85. Attack of the Giant Leeches (1959, Kowalski)
  86. Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (1980, DeBello)
  87. This film is dumb. No really. Watch it and then you can agree that is it dumb.

  88. L’Avventura (1960, Antonioni)
  89. The Awful Truth (1937, McCarey)
  90. Cary Grant and Irene Dunne are a perfect combination in this screwball comedy.

  91. Babes in Toyland (1934, Meins/Rogers)
  92. Baby Blue Marine (1976, Hancock)
  93. Baby Doll (1956, Kazan)
  94. Baby Love (1968, Reid)
  95. The Baby Maker (1970, Bridges)
  96. Back to the Future (1985, Zemeckis)
  97. This is a great popcorn movie all about the paradox of going back in time.

  98. Badlands (1973, Malick)
  99. The Baker’s Wife (1938, Pagnol)
  100. Ballad of a Soldier (1959, Chukhrai)
  101. The Ballad of Cable Hogue (1970, Peckinpah)
  102. The Ballard of Narayama (1983, Imamura)
  103. Bambi (1942, Disney)
  104. The animated disney movie about deer. My favourite character has got to be Flower.

  105. Bananas (1971, Allen)
  106. Band of Outsiders (1964, Godard)
  107. The Band Wagon (1953, Minnelli)
  108. Bang The Drum Slowly (1973, Hancock)
  109. The Bank Dick (1940, Cline)
  110. Barbarella (1968, Vadim)
  111. What was with the blind angel in this movie?

  112. Barbarosa (1982, Schepisi)
  113. The Baron of Arizona (1950, Fuller)
  114. Basket Case (1982, Henenlotter)
  115. Battle Beyond The Stars (1980, Murakami)
  116. The Battle of Algiers (1966, Pontecorvo)
  117. The Battle of Chile : The Insurrection of the Bourgeoisie (1975, Guzmán)
  118. The Battle of Chile: A Blow Against The State (1976, Guzmán)
  119. The Battle of Chile: The Power of the People (1979, Guzmán)
  120. Battleground (1949, Wellman)
  121. Beach Party (1963, Asher)
  122. The Beachcomber (1938, Pommer)
  123. The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms (1953, Eugene Lourie)
  124. Beast of the City (1932, Charles Brabin)
  125. Beat The Devil (1954, Huston)
  126. Beau James: The Life and Times of Jimmy Walker (1957, Melville Shavelson)
  127. Beau Pére (1981, Blier)
  128. Beauty and the Beast (1946, Cocteau)
  129. Interesting fantastical take on the classic fairy tale.

  130. Becky Sharp (1935, Mamoulian)
  131. Bed and Board (1970, Truffaut)
  132. Bedazzled (1967, Donen)
  133. Bedlam (1946, Robson)
  134. Bedtime For Bonzo (1951, Frederick de Cordova)
  135. The Beguiled (1971, Siegel)
  136. Behind the Green Door (1972, Jim and Art Mitchell)
  137. Bell, Book and Candle (1958, Quine)
  138. The Bellboy (1960, Lewis)
  139. Belle de Jour (1967, Bunuel)
  140. Bells Are Ringing (1960, Minnelli)
  141. The Bells of St. Mary’s (1945, McCarey)
  142. Boring. The hint is that it's a continuation of the story of Father O'Malley from "Going My Way", a film that should never have won Best Picture. I don't care if Bergman's in it, I didn't enjoy the story one bit.

  143. Ben-Hur (1959, Wyler)
  144. Such a long movie. Wyler tried to cram too much story into this movie. In my mind the only good parts, the slave galley scene and the chariot race. And let's be honest, the original Ben Hur from the 20s was far more entertaining.

  145. Bend of the River (1952, Mann)
  146. Berlin Alexanderplatz (1980, Fassbinder)
  147. Best Boy (1979, Ira Wohl)
  148. The Best Years of Our Lives (1946, Wyler)
  149. Freddie is great in this film. The truth about what happens to soldiers when they come home from war.

  150. La Bête Humaine (1938, Renoir)
  151. Between The Lines (1977, Joan Micklin Silver)
  152. Beverly Hills Cop (1985, Brest)
  153. Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970, Meyer)
  154. Beyond the Walls (1984, Uri Barbashi)
  155. Les Biches (1968, Chabrol)
  156. The Bicycle Thief (1949, De Sica)
  157. Big Bad Mama (1974, Steve Carver)
  158. The Big Carnival/Ace in the Hole (1951, Wilder)
  159. The Big Chill (1983, Kasdan)
  160. The Big Doll House (1971, Jack Hill)
  161. The Big Heat (1953, Lang)
  162. The Big Mouth (1967, Lewis)
  163. The Big Red One (1980, Fuller)
  164. The Big Sleep (1946, Hawks)
  165. The most confusing plot that will ever hurt your brain. Just watch this for Bogie and Bacall interaction.

  166. Bilitis (1977, Hamilton)
  167. Bill Cosby—Himself (1983, Cosby)
  168. A Bill of Divorcement (1932, Cukor)
  169. Billy Jack (1971, Tom Laughlin)
  170. The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars and Motor Kings (1976, Badham)
  171. Bird of Paradise (1932, Vidor)
  172. The Bird With The Crystal Plumage (1969, Argento)
  173. The Birds (1963, Hitchcock)
  174. The Birth of a Nation (1915, Griffith)
  175. Too long and so racist, ugh.

  176. The Black Cat (1934, Ulmer)
  177. The Black Cauldron (1985, Ted Berman and Richard Rich)
  178. Black Christmas (1975, Clark)
  179. Black Girl (1966, Sembene)
  180. Black Narcissus (1947, Powell & Pressburger)
  181. An amazingly gorgeous film! The story's great, Deborah Kerr is great, you should watch it!

  182. Black Orpheus (1959, Camus)
  183. The Black Stallion (1979, Ballard)
  184. A great coming of age story about a boy and his horse.

  185. Black Sunday (1960, Bava)
  186. Blacula (1972, William Crain)
  187. Blade Runner (1982, Scott)
  188. The hype made me think there was more to this movie than there was. I expected more action, more introspection but really it just seems like the special effects and props get in the way of a really deep movie.

  189. Blazing Saddles (1974, Brooks)
  190. This hilarious movie really breaks the fourth wall in all sorts of ways. Gene Wilder is crazy!

  191. Blithe Spirit (1945, Lean)
  192. The Blob (1958, Irvin S. Yeaworth, Jr.)
  193. Block-Heads (1938, John Blystone)
  194. Blonde Ambition (1981, John and Lem Amero)
  195. Blonde Venus (1932, Von Sternberg)
  196. Blood Feast (1963, Herschell Gordon Lewis)_Blood Money (1933, Rowland Brown)
  197. The Blood of a Poet (1930, Cocteau)
  198. Blood Simple (1985, Coen)
  199. Blood Wedding (1981, Saura)
  200. Blow Out (1981, De Palma)
  201. Blow-Up (1966, Antonioni)
  202. The Blue Angel (1930, Von Sternberg)
  203. Blue Collar (1978, Paul Schrader)
  204. The Blue Gardenia (1953, Fritz Lang)
  205. The Blue Lagoon (1980, Randal Kleiser)
  206. Bluebeard (1944, Edgar G. Ulmer)
  207. The Blues Brothers (1980, John Landis)
  208. Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (1969, Paul Mazursky)
  209. Bob le Flambeur (1955, Jean-Pierre Melville)
  210. Body and Soul (1947, Robert Rossen)
  211. Body Double (1984, Brian DePalma)
  212. Body Heat (1981, Lawrence Kasdan)
  213. The Body Snatcher (1945, Robert Wise)
  214. Bolero (1984, John Derek)
  215. Boomerang (1947, Elia Kazan)
  216. Das Boot (1982, Wolfgang Peterson)
  217. Born to Dance (1936, Roy Del Ruth)
  218. Born Yesterday (1950, George Cukor)
  219. Judy Holliday is perfect in this madcap film where she literally plays the dumb blonde. Fortunately William Holden is hired to provide an education.

  220. Boudu Saved From Drowning (1932, Jean Renoir)
  221. A Boy and His Dog (1975, L.Q. Jones)
  222. The Boy Friend (1971, Ken Russell)
  223. The Boy With Green Hair (1948, Joseph Losey)
  224. The Boys in the Band (1970, William Friedkin)
  225. Brainstorm (1983, Trumbull)
  226. Brazil (1985, Gilliam)
  227. Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961, Edwards)
  228. Audrey Hepburn's clothing is gorgeous in this movie but you'd never guess she was a prostitute and Mickey Rooney's character is painful to watch in so many ways.

  229. The Breakfast Club (1985, Hughes)
  230. Great 80s coming of age film about a group of misfits in detention.

  231. Breaking Glass (1980, Gibson)
  232. The Breaking Point (1950, McCord)
  233. Breathless (1959, Godard)
  234. Breezy (1973, Eastwood)
  235. Brewster McCloud (1970, Altman)
  236. The Bride (1985, Roddam)
  237. Bride of Frankenstein (1935, Whale)
  238. Bride of the Monster (1956, Edward D. Wood, Jr.)
  239. The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957, Lean)
  240. Alex Guiness and Sessue Hayakawa provide the perfect balance of characters in this film.

  241. Brief Encounter (1945, Lean)
  242. Brimstone and Treacle (1982, Loncraine)
  243. Bringing Up Baby (1938, Hawks)
  244. The quintessential screwball comedy. Grant and Hepburn are perfect!

  245. Broadway Danny Rose (1984, Allen)
  246. Broken Blossoms (The Yellow Man and the White Girl) (1919, Griffith)
  247. Bronco Billy (1980, Eastwood)
  248. The Brood (1979, Cronenberg)
  249. The Brother From Another Planet (1984, Sayles)
  250. Buchanan Rides Alone (1958, Boetticher)
  251. Buck Privates (1941, Lubin)
  252. The Buddy Holly Story (1978, Steve Rash)
  253. Bugsy Malone (1976, Parker)
  254. The Bullfighter and the Lady (1951, Boetticher)
  255. Bullitt (1968, Yates)
  256. The only good thing about this movie is the car chase. Everything else, so boring.

  257. Bunny Lake is Missing (1965, Preminger)
  258. Burden of Dreams (1982, Les Blank and Maureen Gosling)
  259. Burn! (1970, Pontecorvo)
  260. Bus Stop (1956, Logan)
  261. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969, Hill)
  262. I love how Butch and Sun keep asking "who are those guys" when they're being chased.

  263. Butterfly (1981, Matt Climber)
  264. Bye Bye Braverman (1968, Herbert Sargent)
  265. Cabaret (1972, Fosse)
  266. Cabin in the Sky (1943, Minnelli)
  267. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919, Wiene)
  268. Café Flesh (1982, Rinse Dream)
  269. La Cage aux Folles (1979, Molinaro)
  270. Caged Heat (1974, Demme)
  271. The Caine Mutiny (1954, Dmytryk)
  272. Bogie is so good in this. He keeps you wondering through the whole movie whether he's really crazy or just a hard ass.

  273. Cal (1984, O’Connor)
  274. Caligula (1980, Brass)
  275. Caltiki, The Immortal Monster (1959, Riccardo Freda)
  276. Candy Goes To Hollywood (1979, Gail Palmer)
  277. Cannibal Girls (1973, Reitman)
  278. Cape Fear (1962, J. Lee Thompson)
  279. Mitchum makes this film. Watch for the egg scene, he completely improvised it.

  280. Captain Blood (1935, Curtiz)
  281. Errol's over the top in this film. Watch it for the swashbuckling

  282. Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter (1974, Clemens)
  283. Carefree (1938, Sandrich)
  284. Careful, He Might Hear You (1984, Carl Schultz)
  285. Carnal Knowledge (1971, Nichols)
  286. Carnival of Souls (1962, Harvey)
  287. Carrie (1976, De Palma)
  288. A creepy horror film about mean teenagers getting their comeuppance.

  289. The Cars That Ate Paris (1975, Weir)
  290. Casablanca (1942, Curtiz)
  291. American expats try to escape the Nazis in Morocco. Bogie is heartbreaking in this one.

  292. Casino Royale (1967, John Huston/Ken Hughes/Robert Parrish/Joe McGrath/Val Guest)
  293. Cat People (1942, Tourneur)
  294. Caveman (1981, Carl Gottlieb)
  295. Celine and Jule Go Boating (1974, Rivette)
  296. A Certain Sacrifice (1985, Stephen Jon Lewicki)
  297. César (1936, Pagnol)
  298. Chained For Life (1950, Harry L. Fraser)
  299. Chained Heat (1983, Nicolas)
  300. Champion (1949, Robson)
  301. Charly (1968, Nelson)
  302. The Chase (1965, Penn)
  303. Cherry, Harry and Raquel (1969, Meyer)
  304. Child Bride (1937, Harry J. Revier)
  305. Children of Paradise (1945, Carné)
  306. Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things (1972, Bob Clark)
  307. Chilly Scenes of Winter (1982, Joan Micklin Silver)
  308. Chimes At Midnight (1966, Welles)
  309. China 9 Liberty 37 (1978, Hellman)
  310. The China Syndrome (1979, Bridges)
  311. Chinatown (1974, Polanski)
  312. The Chinese Connection (1973, Lo Wei)
  313. La Chinoise (1967, Godard)
  314. Choose Me (1984, Rudolph)
  315. Christiane F. (1981, Edel)
  316. Christine (1984, Carpenter)
  317. Do not watch if you have a fear of cars! Carpenter does a great job of anthropomorphizing an inanimate object.

  318. A Christmas Story (1983, Clark)
  319. The Santa Claus is so creepy in this movie. The parents do have a point though. Would you trust a child not to shoot his eye out if he had an official Red Ryder carbine-action 200-shot range model air rifle?

  320. Ciao! Manhattan (1972, John Palmer & David Weisman)
  321. Cimarron (1931, Ruggles)
  322. Uch, so boring. The only good part is the Oklahoma land grab.

  323. The Circus (1928, Chaplin)
  324. Citizen Kane (1941, Welles)
  325. Absolutely amazing cinematography! I have yet to see its equal on this list.

  326. City Lights (1931, Chaplin)
  327. A great film where the Tramp wants to help a blind flower girl. He goes to great lengths, even going so far as to get a job to help her.

  328. Clash By Night (1952, Lang)
  329. Clash of the Titans (1981, Davis)
  330. Cleopatra (1934, De Mille)
  331. Cleopatra Jones and the Casino of Gold (1975, Chuck Bail)
  332. The Clock (1945, Minnelli)
  333. A Clockwork Orange (1971, Kubrick)
  334. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977, Spielberg)
  335. One of my first introductions to sci-fi movies. Having visited Devil's Tower I have a special place in my heart for this movie.

  336. Closely Observed Trains (1967, Menzel)
  337. The Clowns (1971, Fellini)
  338. Coal Miner’s Daughter (1980, Apted)
  339. Cobra Woman (1944, Siodmak)
  340. The Coca-Cola Kid (1985, Makavejev)
  341. The Cocaine Fiends (1936, Wm. A. O’Connor)
  342. The Cocoanuts (1929, Robert Florey & Joseph Santley)
  343. Cocoon (1985, Howard)
  344. Code of Silence (1985, Davis)
  345. A Cold Wind in August (1961, Singer)
  346. The Color Purple (1985, Spielberg)
  347. Colossus: The Forbin Project (1970, Sargent)
  348. Coma (1978, Crichton)
  349. Comanche Station (1960, Boetticher)
  350. Come and Get It (1936, Howard Hawks & William Wyler)
  351. Come Back to the 5 and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean (1982, Altman)
  352. Comfort and Joy (1984, Forsyth)
  353. The Comic (1969, Carl Reiner)
  354. Coming Home (1978, Hal Ashby)
  355. Common Law Cabin (1967, Russ Meyer)
  356. The Company of Wolves (1985, Neil Jordan)
  357. Conan the Barbarian (1982, John Milius)
  358. The Concert for Bangladesh (1972, Saul Swimmer)
  359. The Conformist (1971, Bernardo Bertolucci)
  360. The Conqueror Worm/Witchfinder General (1968, Michael Reeves)
  361. Contempt (1963, Jean-Luc Godard)
  362. The Conversation (1974, Francis Ford Coppola)
  363. Coogan’s Bluff (1968, Don Siegel)
  364. Le Corbeau (1943, Henri-Georges Clouzot)
  365. The Cotton Club (1984, Francis Coppola)
  366. Count Yorga, Vampire (1970, Bob Kelljan)
  367. Les Cousins (1959, Claude Chabrol)
  368. The Cranes Are Flying (1959, Mikhail Kalatozov)
  369. Crazy Mama (1975, Jonathan Demme)
  370. Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954, Jack Arnold)
  371. Creepers/Phenomena (1985, Dario Argento)
  372. The Creeping Terror (1964, Art J. Nelson)
  373. Creepshow (1982, George Romero)
  374. Cries and Whispers (1972, Ingmar Bergman)
  375. Le Crime de Monsieur Lange (1935, Jean Renoir)
  376. Crimes of Passion (1984, Ken Russell)
  377. The Criminal Code (1931, Howard Hawks)
  378. The Crimson Kimono (1959, Sam Fuller)
  379. The Crimson Pirate (1952, Robert Siodmak)
  380. Crossover Dreams (1985, Leon Ichaso)
  381. The Crowd (1928, King Vidor)
  382. The Crowd Roars (1932, Howard Hawks)
  383. Cry Uncle (1971, John G. Avildsen)
  384. Cujo (1983, Lewis Teague)
  385. The Curse of Frankenstein (1957, Terence Fisher)
  386. Curse of the Cat People (1944, Gunther von Fritsch & Robert Wise)
  387. Cutter’s Way (1981, Ivan Passer)
  388. Dames (1934, Ray Enright)
  389. Dance, Fools, Dance (1931, Harry Beaumont)
  390. Dance, Girl, Dance (1940, Dorothy Arzner)
  391. Dark Journey (1937, Victor Saville)
  392. The Dark Mirror (1946, Robert Siodmak)
  393. Dark Star (1975, John Carpenter)
  394. Dark Victory (1939, Edmond Goulding)
  395. Daughters of Darkness (1971, Harry Kumel)
  396. Dawn of the Dead (1979, George A. Romero)
  397. Day for Night (1973, François Truffaut)
  398. The Day of the Triffids (1963, Steve Sekely)
  399. Day of Wrath (1943, Carl Dreyer)
  400. The Day The Earth Caught Fire (1962, Val Guest)
  401. The Day The Earth Stood Still (1951, Robert Wise)
  402. The Day The World Ended (1956, Roger Corman)
  403. Days of Heaven (1978, Terrence Malick)
  404. Dead End (1937, William Wyler)
  405. Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid (1982, Carl Reiner)
  406. Dead of Night (1946, Alberto Cavalcanti/Basil Dearden/Robert Hamer/Charles Crichton)
  407. The Dead Zone (1983, David Cronenberg)
  408. The Deadly Affair (1967, Sidney Lumet)
  409. Deadly Blessing (1981, Wes Craven)
  410. Death Race 2000 (1975, Paul Bartel)
  411. Death Wish (1974, Michael Winner)
  412. Deathdream (1972, Bob Clark)
  413. Debbie Does Dallas (1978, Jim Clark)
  414. The Decameron (1970, Pier Paolo Pasolini)
  415. Decision at Sundown (1957, Budd Boetticher)
  416. Deep End (1971, Jerzy Skolimowski)
  417. Deep Red (1975, Dario Argento)
  418. Deep Throat (1972, Gerard Damiano)
  419. The Deer Hunter (1978, Michael Cimino)
  420. Deliverance (1972, John Boorman)
  421. Dementia 13 (1963, Francis Coppola)
  422. Demon Seed (1977, Donald Cammell)
  423. Dersu Uzala (1975, Akira Kurosawa)
  424. Design For Living (1933, Ernst Lubitsch)
  425. I jumped for joy when I discovered this film, with Freddy and Coop. But to my disappointment, Coop is so unnatural. He always looks like he's posing. Watch for the tux scene! They both look so good.

  426. Desperate Living (1977, John Waters)
  427. Desperately Seeking Susan (1985, Susan Seidelman)
  428. Destination Moon (1950, Irving Pichel)
  429. Destry Rides Again (1939, George Marshall)
  430. Jimmy is so good here. Watch for the bar fight. Dietrich goes nuts!

  431. Detour (1946, Edgar G. Ulmer)
  432. The Devil Doll (1936, Tod Browning)
  433. The Devil in Miss Jones (1972, Gerard Damiano)
  434. The Devil is a Woman (1935, Von Sternberg)
  435. The Devils (1971, Russell)
  436. The Devil’s Bride (1968, Fisher)
  437. Diabolique (1955, Clouzot)
  438. Dial M For Murder (1954, Hitchcock)
  439. Diamonds Are Forever (1971, Hamilton)
  440. Diary of a Country Priest (1950, Bresson)
  441. Diner (1982, Levinson)
  442. Dinner at Eight (1933, Cukor)
  443. The Dirty Dozen (1967, Aldrich)
  444. A scrappy gang of ne'erdowells brought together for a special mission in WWII. Donald Sutherland looks so young and is so goofy in this.

  445. The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (1972, Bunuel)
  446. Distant Thunder (1973, S. Ray)
  447. Diva (1982, Beineix)
  448. D.O.A. (1949, Maté)
  449. D.O.A. (1980, Lech Kowalski)
  450. Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze (1975, Michael Anderson)
  451. Dr. Butcher M.D. (Medical Deviate) (1979, Frank Martin)
  452. Dr. Cyclops (1940, Schoedsack)
  453. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1932, Mamoulian)
  454. Freddy is such a hottie in this movie. The ape transformation was comical but he carries it out perfectly in body language and attitude when acting as Hyde.

  455. Dr. Mabuse, der Spieler (1922, Lang)
  456. Dr. No (1962, Young)
  457. Doctor of Doom (1960, Rene Cardona)
  458. Dr. Strangelove, or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love The Bomb (1964, Kubrick)
  459. Dog Day Afternoon (1975, Lumet)
  460. La Dolce Vita (1960, Fellini)
  461. Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands (1977, Bruno Barreto)
  462. Don’t Cry, It’s Only Thunder (1982, Peter Werner)
  463. Don’t Look Now (1973, Roeg)
  464. Double Indemnity (1944, Wilder)
  465. Stanwyck is at her iciest here. Watch her face in the car while MacMurray deals with her husband.

  466. Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986, Mazursky)
  467. Dracula (1931, Browning)
  468. You know, you never actually see Bela bite anyone. Renfield is more than creepy though, especially when they find him in the ship.

  469. Dracula’s Daughter (1936, Lambert Hillyer)
  470. Dragonslayer (1981, Matthew Robbins)
  471. The Draughtsman’s Contract (1982, Greenaway)
  472. Dressed to Kill (1980, De Palma)
  473. The Driller Killer (1979, Ferrara)
  474. Drive, He Said (1971, Nicholson)
  475. Drive-In Massacre (1976, Stuart Segall)
  476. The Driver (1978, Hill)
  477. Duck Soup (1933, McCarey)
  478. One of the weirder Marx brothers films. Little to no coherence of plot lets them run rampant over the film, allowing for mad cap antics.

  479. The Duellists (1977, Scott)
  480. Dumbo (1941, Disney)
  481. A circus movie about an adorable elephant. On the upside, he's not afraid of mice.

  482. Dune (1984, Lynch)
  483. 'Fear is the mindkiller'. The technology wasn't developed to make this movie look good. It just looks really silly. Watch the miniseries for something more convincing.

  484. Dust Be My Destiny (1939, Lewis Seiler)
  485. The Earrings of Madame De… (1953, Ophüls)
  486. Earth (1930, Dovzhenko)
  487. Earth vs. The Flying Saucers (1956, Fred F. Sears)
  488. East of Eden (1955, Kazan)
  489. Dean is so intense here, especially during the money scene. You can practically feel his emotions through the screen.

  490. Easter Parade (1948, Charles Walters)
  491. Easy Rider (1969, Hopper)
  492. Eating Raoul (1982, Bartel)
  493. Ecstasy (1933, Gustav Machaty)
  494. Eddie and the Cruisers (1983, Martin Davidson)
  495. Educating Rita (1983, Gilbert)
  496. Eegah! (1963, Arch Hall, Sr.)
  497. El Dorado (1967, Hawks)
  498. El Norte (1983, Nava)
  499. Elvira Madigan (1967, Widerberg)
  500. The Emerald Forest (1985, Boorman)
  501. Emily (1980, Henry Herbert)
  502. Emmanuelle (1974, Jaeckin)
  503. The Emperor Jones (1933, Dudley Murphy)
  504. Emperor of the North (1973, Aldrich)
  505. The Empire Strikes Back (1980, Kershner)
  506. One of the few sequels in the history of movies to live up to the first movie. I fortunately did not have to wait to see what happened to Han as others did when the movie first came out.

  507. The Enchanted Cottage (1945, Cromwell)
  508. A sweet movie with a dark streak. Two disfigured people find each other in a special cottage.

  509. Les Enfants Terribles (1949, Melville)
  510. The Enforcer (1976, James Fargo)
  511. Enormous Changes at the Last Minute (1985, Ellen Hovde/Muffie Meyer/Mirra Bank)
  512. Enter the Dragon (1973, Clouse)
  513. The Entity (1983, Furie)
  514. Eraserhead (1977, Lynch)
  515. Escape From New York (1981, Carpenter)
  516. E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (1983, Spielberg)
  517. This movie was terrifying when I tried watching it as a child. My favourite part has to be the flying bicycles though because really, who doesn't want a flying bicycle?

  518. Every Which Way But Loose (1978, James Fargo)
  519. Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex (But Were Afraid To Ask) (1972, Allen)
  520. The Evil Dead (1983, Raimi)
  521. Excalibur (1981, Boorman)
  522. Exhibition (1976, Jean-François Davy)
  523. The Exorcist (1973, Friedkin)
  524. Pea soup will never be the same again. The scene in the bedroom with the priests was actually really cold to show their breath.

  525. The Exterminating Angel (1962, Bunuel)
  526. The Exterminator (1980, James Glickenhaus)
  527. A Face in the Crowd (1957, Kazan)
  528. The Face of Fu-Manchu (1965, Don Sharp)
  529. Fade to Black (1980, Vernon Zimmerman)
  530. Fahrenheit 451 (1966, Truffaut)
  531. Fail Safe (1964, Lumet)
  532. The Fall of the House of Usher (1960, Corman)
  533. Fame (1980, Parker)
  534. Fanny (1932, Pagnol)
  535. Fantasia (1940, Disney)
  536. I loved the parts with the pegasi but the "Night on Bald Mountain" scene was very scary when I watched it as a child.

  537. The Fantastic Invasion of Planet Earth (1966, Arch Oboler)
  538. Fantastic Planet (1973, René Leloux)
  539. Fantastic Voyage (1966, Fleischer)
  540. The Far Country (1954, A. Mann)
  541. Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982, Heckerling)
  542. Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! (1965, Meyer)
  543. Fat City (1972, Huston)
  544. Father Goose (1964, Ralph Nelson)
  545. Cary Grant is hilarious as this curmudgeon forced into service by the Austrailian Navy. Along the way he has to resuce French schoolchildren.

  546. Fear Strikes Out (1957, Mulligan)
  547. Fellini Satyricon (1970, Fellini)
  548. Female Trouble (1974, Waters)
  549. La Femme Infidéle (1969, Chabrol)
  550. Femmes Fatales (1976, Blier)
  551. Finders Keepers…Lovers Weepers (1968, Meyer)
  552. Fingers (1978, Toback)
  553. The Firemen’s Ball (1968, Forman)
  554. Fires on the Plain (1959, Ichikawa)
  555. Firestarter (1983, Lester)
  556. First Blood (1982, Kotcheff)
  557. The First Nudie Musical (1976, Mark Haggard & Bruce Kimmel)
  558. A Fistful of Dollars (1964, Leone)
  559. Fists of Fury (1971, Lo Wei)
  560. Fitzcarraldo (1982, Herzog)
  561. Five (1951, Arch Oboler)
  562. Five Easy Pieces (1970, Rafelson)
  563. Five Fingers of Death (1971, Cheng Chang Ho)
  564. Five Million Years to Earth/Quatermass and the Pit (1968, Roy Ward Baker)
  565. The 5000 Fingers of Dr. T (1953, Roy Rowland)
  566. Fixed Bayonets (1951, Fuller)
  567. Flaming Star (1960, Siegel)
  568. Flamingo Road (1949, Curtiz)
  569. Flashdance (1983, Lyne)
  570. Flesh (1968, Morrissey)
  571. Flesh Gordon (1974, Howard Ziehm & William Osco)
  572. Who the heck even proposed this as a movie?

  573. Floating Clouds (1955, Mikio Naruse)
  574. The Fly (1958, Neumann)
  575. Flying Down to Rio (1933, Thornton Freeland)
  576. The Fog (1980, Carpenter)
  577. The Folks at Red Wolf Inn (1972, Bud Townsend)
  578. Follow The Fleet (1936, Sandrich)
  579. Another Fred and Ginger picture. Not their best but Randolph Scott plays a real jerk in this one.

  580. Footlight Parade (1933, Bacon)
  581. For A Few Dollars More (1965, Leone)
  582. Lee Van Cleef plays a far more interesting role in this one.

  583. For Me and My Gal (1942, Berkeley)
  584. For Your Eyes Only (1981, Glen)
  585. Forbidden Games (1951, Clément)
  586. Forbidden Planet (1956, Wilcox)
  587. Hilarious space movie starring a young Leslie Nielsen and Robby the Robot.

  588. Force of Evil (1948, Polonsky)
  589. A Force of One (1979, Aaron)
  590. Foreign Correspondent (1940, Hitchcock)
  591. The cinematography in this film coupled with the black and white and the suspense makes this an amazing film! Watch out for all the hats.

  592. Fort Apache (1948, Ford)
  593. The Fortune Cookie (1966, Wilder)
  594. 48 Hrs. (1982, Hill)
  595. 42nd Street (1933, Bacon)
  596. Four Friends (1981, Penn)
  597. The 400 Blows (1959, Truffaut)
  598. The Fourth Man (1983, Verhoeven)
  599. Foxes (1980, Lyne)
  600. Frankenstein (1931, Whale)
  601. Freaks (1932, Browning)
  602. A Free Woman (1972, Schlöndorff)
  603. The French Connection (1971, Friedkin)
  604. This film moves along at a snails pace and how does Gene Hackman not get spotted? He is the worst sneak ever!

  605. The Freshman (1925, Sam Taylor & Fred Newmeyer)
  606. Friday the 13th (1980, Sean Cunningham)
  607. Fritz the Cat (1972, Bakshi)
  608. From Here to Eternity (1953, Zinneman)
  609. This movie is jampacked with stars. Donna Reed, Frank Sinatra, Montgomery Clift, Burt Lancaster, Deborah Kerr. Seriously, watch this!

  610. From Russia With Love (1963, Young)
  611. The Front (1976, Ritt)
  612. A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum (1966, Lester)
  613. Fury (1936, Lang)
  614. The Fury (1978, DePalma)
  615. Gal Young’un (1979, Victor Nunez)
  616. Galaxina (1980, William Sachs)
  617. Gallipoli (1981, Weir)
  618. Game of Death (1979, Robert Clouse)
  619. Gandhi (1982, Attenborough)
  620. The Gang’s All Here (1943, Berkeley)
  621. The Garden of the Finzi-Continis (1971, De Sica)
  622. Gaslight (1944, Cukor)
  623. Ingrid Bergman plays the wife who thinks she's going mad. Light and shadow play a big role here and a young Angela Lansbury is the snootiest maid ever.

  624. Gate of Hell (1954, Teinosuke Kinugasa)
  625. Gates of Heaven (1978, Morris)
  626. The Gauntlet (1977, Eastwood)
  627. The Gay Divorcee (1934, Sandrich)
  628. The General (1927, Keaton & Bruckman)
  629. General Della Rovere (1960, Rossellini)
  630. Gentleman Jim (1942, Walsh)
  631. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953, Hawks)
  632. Jane Russell steals the show from Marilyn.

  633. Ghostbusters (1984, Reitman)
  634. The best movie from the 1980s bar none.

  635. Giant (1956, Stevens)
  636. Gigi (1958, Minelli)
  637. Gilda (1946, C. Vidor)
  638. Gimme Shelter (1970, Albert & David Maysles)
  639. The Girl Can’t Help It (1956, Tashlin)
  640. The Girl From Chicago (1935, Oscar Micheaux)
  641. Glen or Glenda (1953, Edward D. Wood, Jr.)
  642. Gloria (1980, Cassavetes)
  643. Go, Johnny, Go! (1958, Paul Landres)
  644. Go Tell The Spartans (1978, Post)
  645. God Told Me To (1977, Cohen)
  646. The Goddess (1958, Cromwell)
  647. The Godfather (1972, Coppola)
  648. Really really long shots and Brando with cotton cheeks. A great if violent film.

  649. The Godfather Part II (1974, Coppola)
  650. The Gods Must Be Crazy (1984, Jamie Uys)
  651. Coke Cola causes some serious problems here. The best scene involves a car and a very strange hill.

  652. Godzilla (1956, Inoshiro Honda)
  653. Goin’ Down The Road (1970, Donald Shabib)
  654. Goin’ South (1978, Nicholson)
  655. Going My Way (1944, McCarey)
  656. This film did not deserve a best Oscar. It's not only boring but only serves as a vehicle for mediocre Bing Crosby songs.

  657. Going Places (1974, Blier)
  658. Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933, LeRoy)
  659. The Gold Rush (1925, Chaplin)
  660. Golden Boy (1939, Mamoulian)
  661. Holden's first film, thanks to Barbara Stanwyck. Look at his curly hair! Violins + boxing = adorable!

  662. The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1974, Gordon Hessler)
  663. Goldfinger (1964, Guy Hamilton)
  664. For the longest time people thought that girl painted gold had died. Not so!

  665. Gone With The Wind (1939, Victor Fleming)
  666. Several directors and several years put together this epic film full of big costumes and big characters.

  667. The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (1966, Sergio Leone)
  668. van Cleef, Wallach and Eastwood make an interesting combination that ends with a classic Mexican standoff.

  669. The Goonies (1985, Richard Donner)
  670. An amazing movie with pirates, escaped criminals, gadgets, booby traps and treasure!

  671. The Gospel According to St. Matthew (1966, Pier Paolo Pasolini)
  672. Gösta Berlings Saga (1924, Mauritz Stiller)
  673. The Graduate (1967, Mike Nichols)
  674. Grand Hotel (1932, Edmund Goulding)
  675. One of the first ensemble films. Two of the Barrymores, Garbo and Crawford. Amazing!

  676. Grand Illusion (1937, Jean Renoir)
  677. The Grapes of Wrath (1940, John Ford)
  678. Grave of the Vampire (1972, John Hayes)
  679. The Great Dictator (1940, Charles Chaplin)
  680. The Great Texas Dynamite Chase (1977, Michael Pressman)
  681. Greed (1924, Erich von Stroheim)
  682. Green For Danger (1946, Sidney Gilliat)
  683. Greetings (1968, Brian DePalma)
  684. Gregory’s Girl (1981, Bill Forsyth)
  685. Gremlins (1984, Joe Dante)
  686. Don't feed them after midnight!

  687. Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes (1984, Hugh Hudson)
  688. The Groove Tube (1974, Ken Shapiro)
  689. Groupies (1970, Ron Dorfman & Peter Nevard)
  690. Gun Crazy (1949, Joseph H. Lewis)
  691. Gunga Din (1939, George Stevens)
  692. A great buddy film with Fairbanks Jr., McClagan and Grant. Watch out for the elephant!

  693. Gunn (1967, Blake Edwards)
  694. Hail Mary (1985, Jean-Luc Godard)
  695. Hail The Conquering Hero (1944, Preston Sturges)
  696. Hallelujah (1929, King Vidor)
  697. Halloween (1978, John Carpenter)
  698. Handle With Care/Citizens Band (1977, Jonathan Demme)
  699. Hang ‘Em High (1968, Ted Post)
  700. Hangover Square (1945, John Brahm)
  701. Hannah and Her Sisters (1986, Woody Allen)
  702. A Hard Day’s Night (1964, Richard Lester)
  703. The Beatles first foray into movies and boy are they silly!

  704. Hardcore (1979, Paul Schrader)
  705. The Harder They Come (1973, Perry Henzel)
  706. The Harder They Fall (1956, Mark Robson)
  707. Harlan County, U.S.A. (1977, Barbara Kopple)
  708. Harold and Maude (1971, Hal Ashby)
  709. The Haunting (1963, Robert Wise)
  710. So creepy. Much better than the remake, trust me.

  711. Having A Wild Weekend (1965, John Boorman)
  712. He Knows You’re Alone (1980, Armand Mastroianni)
  713. Head (1968, Bob Rafelson)
  714. Heart Beat (1980, John Byrum)
  715. Heart Like A Wheel (1983, Jonathan Kaplan)
  716. The Heartbreak Kid (1972, Elaine May)
  717. Heartland (1981, Richard Pearce)
  718. Hearts and Minds (1974, Peter Davis)
  719. Heaven Can Wait (1943, Ernst Lubitsch)
  720. Gene Tierney looks like a china doll in this film. Watch how Don Ameche practically stalks her.

  721. Heaven’s Gate (1980, Michael Cimino)
  722. Heavy Traffic (1973, Ralph Bakshi)
  723. Hellcats of the Navy (1957, Nathan Juran)
  724. Help! (1965, Richard Lester)
  725. A real change from the Beatles last film. Ringo has this ring and madcap adventures ensue when some group wants to sacrifice him.

  726. Hercules (1959, Pietro Francisci)
  727. Hercules in New York (1970, Arthur A. Seidelman)
  728. Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941, Alexander Hall)
  729. The Hidden Fortress (1958, Akira Kurosawa)
  730. High Noon (1952, Fred Zinneman)
  731. Poor Coop. He really is in need of some help in this movie.

  732. High Plains Drifter (1972, Clint Eastwood)
  733. High School Confidential (1958, Jack Arnold)
  734. High Sierra (1941, Raoul Walsh)
  735. High Society (1956, Charles Walters)
  736. The Hills Have Eyes (1977, Wes Craven)
  737. Hiroshima, Mon Amour (1959, Alain Resnais)
  738. His Girl Friday (1940, Howard Hawks)
  739. The fastest talking movie I've ever seen. Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell make this screwball one you have to watch several times to hear all the dialogue.

  740. Holiday (1938, George Cukor)
  741. Hepburn and Grant together again. Watch for her standing on his shoulders.

  742. Holiday Inn (1942, Mark Sandrich)
  743. Hollywood Boulevard (1976, Joe Dante & Alan Arkush)
  744. The Hollywood Knights (1980, Floyd Mutrux)
  745. Homebodies (1974, Larry Yust)
  746. Hondo (1953, John Farrow)
  747. This could have been a really great movie. I mean, John Wayne's having an affair with a married woman!

  748. The Honeymoon Killers (1970, Kastle)
  749. Honkytonk Man (1982, Eastwood)
  750. Horror Express (1972, Eugenio Martin)
  751. Horror Hotel (1960, John Moxey)
  752. Horror of Dracula (1958, Fisher)
  753. Horse Feathers (1932, McLeod)
  754. The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939, Sidney Lanfield)
  755. House of Bamboo (1955, Fuller)
  756. House of Wax (1953, De Toth)
  757. The House That Screamed (1970, Narcisco Ibanez Serrador)
  758. How I Won The War (1967, Lester)
  759. How To Marry A Millionaire (1953, Negulesco)
  760. Bacall, Munroe and Grable try to finagle their way into the arms of millionaires. Watch as the furniture slowly disappears from their apartment.

  761. The Howling (1981, Dante)
  762. The Human Comedy (1943, Brown)
  763. Human Desire (1954, Lang)
  764. The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923, Wallace Worsley)
  765. The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939, Dieterle)
  766. The Hunger (1983, Scott)
  767. The Hustler (1961, Rossen)
  768. I Am A Fugitive From A Chain Gang (1932, LeRoy)
  769. I Am Curious – Yellow (1967, Sjoman)
  770. I Drink Your Blood (1970, David Durston)
  771. I Like To Watch/Caballero (1982, Paul G. Vateli)
  772. I Married A Monster From Outer Space (1958, Gene Fowler, Jr.)
  773. I Married A Witch (1942, Clair)
  774. I Shot Jesse James (1949, Fuller)
  775. I Spit On Your Grave (1977, Merv Zarchi)
  776. I Walked With A Zombie (1943, Tourneur)
  777. I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978, Zemeckis)
  778. I Was A Teenage Werewolf (1957, Gene Fowler, Jr.)
  779. If… (1969, Anderson)
  780. If I Had A Million (1932, James Cruze/H. Bruce Humberstone/Stephen Roberts/William A. Seiter/Ernst Lubitsch/Norman Taurog/Norman Z. McLeod)
  781. Ikiru (1952, Kurosawa)
  782. Ilsa: She Wolf of the SS (1974, Don Edmonds)
  783. I’m All Right, Jack (1959, Boulting)
  784. Imitation of Life (1959, Sirk)
  785. The Immoral Mr. Teas (1959, Meyer)
  786. Immoral Tales (1975, Borowcyzk)
  787. Improper Conduct (1984, Nestor Alemendros & Orlando Jimenez Leal)
  788. In A Lonely Place (1950, N. Ray)
  789. In The Realm of the Senses (1976, Nagisa Oshima)
  790. In The Year of the Pig (1969, Emile de Antonio)
  791. The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957, Arnold)
  792. The Incredible Torture Show/Blood Sucking Freaks (1976, Joel M. Reed)
  793. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984, Spielberg)
  794. The lesser film of the trilogy. Indy goes on a mine cart ride though and looks dashing in his white tux.

  795. Infra-Man (1976, Hua-Shan)
  796. The Inheritors (1983, William Bannert)
  797. Insatiable (1980, Godfrey Daniels)
  798. Inserts (1976, John Byrum)
  799. Insignificance (1985, Roeg)
  800. The Inspector General (1949, Henry Koster)
  801. Danny Kaye plays a peasant mistaken for someone else. Hilarious to watch.

  802. Interiors (1978, Allen)
  803. Intolerance (1916, Griffith)
  804. Invaders From Mars (1953, William Cameron Menzies)
  805. Invasion of the Bee Girls (1973, Denis Sanders)
  806. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956, Siegel)
  807. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978, Kaufman)
  808. The Invisible Man (1933, Whale)
  809. The Iron Horse (1924, Ford)
  810. Island of Lost Souls (1933, Eric C. Kenton)
  811. Isle of the Dead (1945, Robson)
  812. It Happened One Night (1934, Capra)
  813. Claudette and Clark really knock this one out of the park. The walls of Jericho and hitchhiking are the parts to watch for. Clark is a curmudgeon, no surprise but Claudette warms him up.

  814. It’s A Gift (1934, McLeod)
  815. It’s A Mad Mad Mad Mad World (1963, Kramer)
  816. It’s A Wonderful Life (1946, Capra)
  817. Simply brilliant. Humourous and dark, heartfelt and touching.

  818. It’s Alive! (1974, Cohen)
  819. It’s Always Fair Weather (1955, Donen & Kelly)
  820. It’s In The Bag (1945, Richard Wallace)
  821. Ivan The Terrible, Part I (1945, Eisenstein)
  822. Ivan The Terrible, Part II (1945, Eisenstein)
  823. Jackson County Jail (1976, Michael Miller)
  824. Jagged Edge (1985, Marquand)
  825. Jail Bait (1954, Edward D. Wood, Jr.)
  826. Jailhouse Rock (1957, Thorpe)
  827. Jason and the Argonauts (1963, Don Chaffey)
  828. Jaws (1975, Spielberg)
  829. A great film that takes a while to get going but slowly builds to a fervour.

  830. The Jazz Singer (1927, Alan Crosland)
  831. Jeremy (1973, Arthur Barron)
  832. Jezebel (1938, William Wyler)
  833. Debuting one year before "Gone with the Wind" came out, Bette Davis plays a Scarlet-like character. Shot in black and white, it doesn't have the punch of the other movie. Henry Fonda really feels out of place here, as if his clothes are wearing him.

  834. Joanna (1968, Michael Sarne)
  835. Joe (1970, John Avildsen)
  836. Johnny Got His Gun (1971, Dalton Trumbo)
  837. Johnny Guitar (1954, Nicholas Ray)
  838. Le Jour Se Léve (1939, Marcel Carné)
  839. The Journey of Natty Gann (1985, Jeremy Kagan)
  840. The Joyless Street (1925, G. W. Pabst)
  841. Judex (1963, Georges Franju)
  842. Jules and Jim (1962, François Truffaut)
  843. Julia (1977, Fred Zinneman)
  844. Juliet of the Spirits (1965, Federico Fellini)
  845. The Jungle Book (1942, Zoltán Korda)
  846. A great Disney movie set in the jungle. Listen for George Sanders as Shere Khan.

  847. Kagemusha (The Shadow Warrior) (1980, Akira Kurosawa)
  848. Kamikaze ‘89/Kamikaze 1989 (1983, Wolf Grimm)
  849. Kanal (1956, Andrzej Wajda)
  850. Kansas City Bomber (1972, Jerrold McCarthy)
  851. The Karate Kid (1985, John Avildsen)
  852. Pat Morita is amazing as Mr. Miyagi and hilarious. As his pupil, Daniel doesn't understand a lesson when he sees it.

  853. The Kennel Murder Case (1933, Michael Curtiz)
  854. Kentucky Fried Movie (1977, John Landis)
  855. The Kid (1921, Charlie Chaplin)
  856. Not the strongest of his films. Jackie Coogan gives a great performance as the child though.

  857. The Kids Are Alright (1979, Jeff Stein)
  858. The Killers (1946, Robert Siodmak)
  859. The Killers (1964, Don Siegel)
  860. Killer’s Kiss (1955, Stanley Kubrick)
  861. The Killing (1956, Stanley Kubrick)
  862. The Killing Fields (1984, Roland Joffe)
  863. Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949, Robert Hamer)
  864. Alec Guiness is amazing in this. He plays 8 different parts, one of them being a woman.

  865. King Creole (1958, Michael Curtiz)
  866. King Kong (1933, Merian C. Cooper & Ernest B. Schoedsack)
  867. The King of Comedy (1983, Martin Scorsese)
  868. King of Hearts (1967, Phillippe De Broca)
  869. King of the Cowboys (1943, Joseph Kane)
  870. Kiss Me Deadly (1955, Robert Aldrich)
  871. Kiss of the Spider Woman (1985, Hector Babenco)
  872. Klute (1971, Alan J. Pakula)
  873. Knife in the Water (1962, Roman Polanski)
  874. Knock On Any Door (1949, Nicholas Ray)
  875. Koyaanisqatsi (1983, Godfrey Reggio)
  876. Kramer vs. Kramer (1979, Robert Benton)
  877. Meryl Streep looks so young here. I really feel for Dennis Hoffman here. You see his progression throughout the film which is good to see.

  878. Kriemhild’s Revenge (1924, Fritz Lang)
  879. The Lacemaker (1977, Claude Goretta)
  880. Ladies and Gentlemen: The Fabulous Stains (1981, Lou Adler)
  881. Lady and the Tramp (1955, Hamilton Luske & Clyde Geronimi & Wilfred Jackson)
  882. Another Disney production, with meatballs and accordions. Just ignore the Siamese part.

  883. The Lady Eve (1941, Preston Sturges)
  884. Barbara Stanwyck has the perfect part here. She plays opposite a bumbling adventurer, Henry Fonda and wraps him around her finger.

  885. The Lady From Shanghai (1948, Orson Welles)
  886. The Lady in Red (1979, Lewis Teague)
  887. The Lady Vanishes (1938, Afred Hitchcock)
  888. A great Hitchcock film made while he was still in England. The world is on the brink of war. An older woman, befriended on the train, disappears, with everyone denying her existence.

  889. Land of the Pharaohs (1955, Howard Hawks)
  890. Lassie Come Home (1943, Fred M. Wilcox)
  891. Roddy McDowell is adorable here, pining after his dog and Donald Crisp plays a great if stern father figure.

  892. The Last American Hero (1973, Lamont Johnson)
  893. The Last Detail (1973, Hal Ashby)
  894. The Last Dragon (1985, Michael Schultz)
  895. The Last Embrace (1979, Jonathan Demme)
  896. The Last House on the Left (1972, Wes Craven)
  897. The Last Laugh (1924, F. W. Murnau)
  898. Last Night at the Alamo (1984, Eagle Pennell)
  899. The Last Picture Show (1971, Peter Bogdanovich)
  900. Last Tango in Paris (1973, Bernardo Bertolucci)
  901. The Last Waltz (1978, Martin Scorsese)
  902. The Last Wave (1977, Peter Weir)
  903. Late Spring (1949, Yasujiro Ozu)
  904. Laura (1944, Otto Preminger)
  905. Dana Andrews trying to discover the truth behind Laura's death. Gene Tierney and Vincent Price also star.

  906. The Left-Handed Gun (1958, Arthur Penn)
  907. Lenny (1974, Bob Fosse)
  908. The Lenny Bruce Performance Film/Lenny Bruce (1967, John Magnuson)
  909. The Leopard (1963, Luchino Visconti)
  910. The Leopard Man (1943, Jacques Tourneur)
  911. Let There Be Light (1946, John Huston)
  912. Let’s Spend The Night Together (1982, Hal Ashby)
  913. The Letter (1940, William Wyler)
  914. Letter From An Unknown Woman (1948, Max Ophüls)
  915. A Letter to Three Wives (1949, Joseph Mankiewicz)
  916. Lianna (1983, John Sayles)
  917. Libeled Lady (1936, Jack Conway)
  918. The Life of Oharu (1952, Kenji Mizoguchi)
  919. Lifeboat (1944, Alfred Hitchcock)
  920. Another Hitchcock film taking place entirely in a lifeboat. Tallulah Bankhead in a rare film appearance plays a wealthy journalist. The group is stranded thanks to a torpedo from a German U-boat and find themselves rescuing a german sailor from the same submarine.

  921. Swords of Death/Sword of Vengeance—Part III (1973, Kenji Misumi)
  922. Lili (1953, Charles Walters)
  923. Limelight (1952, Charles Chaplin)
  924. Little Big Man (1970, Arthur Penn)
  925. Little Caesar (1931, Mervyn LeRoy)
  926. The Little Colonel (1935, David Butler)
  927. Little Darlings (1980, Ronald F. Maxwell)
  928. The Little Girl Who Lives Down The Lane (1977, Nicolas Gessner)
  929. Little Man, What Now? (1934, Frank Borzage)
  930. The Little Princess (1939, Walter Lang)
  931. Shirley Temple is adorable in this film. She also sings and dances so watch out for that.

  932. The Little Shop of Horrors (1960, Roger Corman)
  933. The Littlest Rebel (1935, David Butler)
  934. Live and Let Die (1973, Guy Hamilton)
  935. Local Hero (1983, Bill Forsyth)
  936. The Lodger (1944, John Brahm)
  937. Lola (1982, Rainer Werner Fassbinder)
  938. Lola Montés (1955, Max Ophüls)
  939. Lolita (1962, Stanley Kubrick)
  940. The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (1962, Tony Richardson)
  941. Lonely Are The Brave (1962, David Miller)
  942. The Long Good Friday (1980, John Mackenzie)
  943. The Long Goodbye (1973, Robert Altman)
  944. The Long, Long Trailer (1954, Vincente Minnelli)
  945. The Long Riders (1980, Walter Hill)
  946. Lord Love A Duck (1966, George Axelrod)
  947. The Lords of Flatbush (1974, Stephen F. Verona & Martin Davidson)
  948. Lorna (1964, Russ Meyer)
  949. The Losers (1970, Jack Starrett)
  950. Lost Horizon (1937, Frank Capra)
  951. Lost in America (1985, Albert Brooks)
  952. The Lost One (1951, Peter Lorre)
  953. The Lost Patrol (1934, John Ford)
  954. The Lost Weekend (1945, Billy Wilder)
  955. Poor Ray Milland. This movie didn't really deserve its Oscar because it's a lot of filler

  956. Louisiana Story (1948, Robert Flaherty)
  957. Love and Anarchy (1973, Lina Wertmuller)
  958. Love and Death (1975, Woody Allen)
  959. Love At First Bite (1979, Stan Dragoti)
  960. Love on the Run (1979, François Truffaut)
  961. The Love Parade (1929, Ernst Lubitsch)
  962. Love Story (1970, Arthur Hiller)
  963. Love Streams (1984, John Cassavettes)
  964. The Loved One (1965, Tony Richardson)
  965. The Lovers (1958, Louis Malle)
  966. Lovin’ Molly (1974, Sidney Lumet)
  967. Lucia (1969, Humberto Solas)
  968. Lust in the Dust (1985, Paul Bartel)
  969. The Lusty Men (1952, Nicholas Ray)
  970. M (1931, Fritz Lang)
  971. I was blown away by the cinematography in this. It was as if I wasn't even watching a movie but was there in person.

  972. Macbeth (1948, Orson Welles)
  973. Welles does change dialogue around and cut out the less story-driven sections but it makes for a fast-paced, interesting film, despite the weird sets and crowns.

  974. Macbeth (1971, Roman Polanski)
  975. Macon County Line (1974, Richard Compton)
  976. Mad Love (1935, Karl Freund)
  977. Mad Max (1979, George Miller)
  978. This film isn't all that special. You want a better film, check out Die Hard.

  979. Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985, George Miller)
  980. Madchen in Uniform (1931, Leontine Sagan)
  981. Made For Each Other (1939, John Cromwell)
  982. Made For Each Other (1971, Robert D. Bean)
  983. Madigan (1968, Don Siegel)
  984. The Magnificent Ambersons (1942, Orson Welles)
  985. Magnificent Obsession (1954, Douglas Sirk)
  986. Magnum Force (1973, Ted Post)
  987. Maitresse (1976, Barbet Schroeder)
  988. Major Dundee (1964, Sam Peckinpah)
  989. Make Way For Tomorrow (1937, Leo McCarey)
  990. The Maltese Falcon (1941, John Huston)
  991. Bogie is awesome in this, despite the ridiculous MacGuffin.

  992. A Man and a Woman (1966, Claude Lelouch)
  993. The Man From Laramie (1955, Anthony Mann)
  994. The Man in the White Suit (1952, Alexander Mackendrick)
  995. Man of Flowers (1983, Paul Cox)
  996. Man of the West (1958, Anthony Mann)
  997. Man on the Flying Trapeze (1935, Clyde Bruckman)
  998. The Man Who Fell To Earth (1976, Nicolas Roeg)
  999. The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934, Alfred Hitchcock)
  1000. The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956, Alfred Hitchcock)
  1001. This is a good film but more along the second tier of Hitchcock films.

  1002. The Man Who Shot Liberty Vallance (1962, John Ford)
  1003. This film is heartbreaking with John Wayne and James Stewart. The harshness reality of the West really hits you hard.

  1004. The Man Who Would Be King (1975, John Huston)
  1005. The Man With The Golden Arm (1955, Otto Preminger)
  1006. The Man With The Golden Gun (1974, Guy Hamilton)
  1007. Manhattan (1979, Woody Allen)
  1008. Maniac (1934, Dwain Esper)
  1009. Maniac (1980, William Lustig)
  1010. Marius (1931, Alexander Korda)
  1011. Marked Woman (1937, Lloyd Bacon)
  1012. Marnie (1964, Alfred Hitchcock)
  1013. The Marriage of Maria Braun (1978, Rainer Werner Fassbinder)
  1014. The Marrying Kind (1952, George Cukor)
  1015. Mary Poppins (1964, Robert Stevenson)
  1016. Watching this again as an adult I realized the film wasn't about the children or Mary Poppins. It was about the father.

  1017. Masculin-Féminin (1966, Jean-Luc Godard)
  1018. M*A*S*H (1970, Robert Altman)
  1019. Masque of the Red Death (1964, Roger Corman)
  1020. Massacre at Central High (1976, Renee Daalder)
  1021. McCabe and Mrs. Miller (1971, Robert Altman)
  1022. Mean Streets (1973, Martin Scorsese)
  1023. Meatballs (1979, Ivan Reitman)
  1024. Medium Cool (1969, Haskell Wexler)
  1025. Meet John Doe (1941, Frank Capra)
  1026. A great pairing of Stanwyck and Coop. A little on the light side but still enjoyable.

  1027. Meet Me in St. Louis (1944, Vincente Minnelli)
  1028. An awesome vehicle for Garland with great sets and great songs.

  1029. Melvin and Howard (1980, Jonathan Demme)
  1030. Memories of Underdevelopment (1968, Tomás Gutiérrez Alea)
  1031. The Merry Window (1925, Erich von Stroheim)
  1032. Metropolis (1926, Fritz Lang)
  1033. Midnight Cowboy (1969, John Schlesinger)
  1034. The only good thing about this film was Hoffman's performance.

  1035. Midnight Express (1978, Alan Parker)
  1036. Mighty Joe Young (1949, Ernest B. Schoedsack)
  1037. Mildred Pierce (1945, Michael Curtiz)
  1038. Joanie was ok in this but I think she was at her best when going up against Vida.

  1039. Le Million (1931, René Clair)
  1040. Ministry of Fear (1944, Fritz Lang)
  1041. The Miracle of Morgan’s Creek (1944, Preston Sturges)
  1042. Miracle On 34th Street (1947, George Seaton)
  1043. I love this film! Do not bother with this blasphemous remake. Only watch this version.

  1044. The Miracle Worker (1962, Arthur Penn)
  1045. An amazing film with great performances out of Patty Duke and Anne Bancroft.

  1046. The Misfits (1961, John Huston)
  1047. Missing (1982, Costa-Gavras)
  1048. Missing in Action (1984, Joseph Zito)
  1049. Mr. Arkadin/Confidential Report (1955, Orson Welles)
  1050. Mr. Deeds Goes To Town (1936, Frank Capra)
  1051. Coop's got great bedhead in this but I feel it's one of Capra's lesser films.

  1052. Mr. Hulot’s Holiday (1953, Jacques Tati)
  1053. Mr. Smith Goes To Washington (1939, Frank Capra)
  1054. Jimmy is great in this. He's playing the everyman like always but it's nice to see him in such a big arena with Claude Rains.

  1055. Mixed Blood (1984, Paul Morrissey)
  1056. Modern Romance (1981, Albert Brooks)
  1057. Modern Times (1936, Charlie Chaplin)
  1058. This is my favourite of the Chaplin films I've seen.

  1059. Mommie Dearest (1981, Frank Perry)
  1060. Mon Oncle (1958, Jacques Tati)
  1061. Mon Oncle D’Amérique (1980, Alain Resnais)
  1062. Mona: The Virgin Nymph (1970, Mike Light & Howard Ziehm)
  1063. Mondo Cane (1963, Gualtiero Jacopetti)
  1064. Mondo Trasho (1969, John Waters)
  1065. Monkey Business (1931, Norman Z. McLeod)
  1066. The only film where you actually hear Harpo, albeit from a barrel. Not their best, not their worst.

  1067. Monsieur Verdoux (1947, Charles Chaplin)
  1068. Monte Walsh (1970, William A. Fraker)
  1069. Monterey Pop (1969, D.A. Pennebaker)
  1070. Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1974, Terry Jones & Terry Gilliam)
  1071. Their best movie. So much is working well in this, the songs, the dialogue, the characters.

  1072. The Moon in the Gutter (1983, Jean-Jacques Beineix)
  1073. Moonlighting (1982, Jerzy Skolimowski)
  1074. Moonraker (1979, Lewis Gilbert)
  1075. The More The Merrier (1943, George Stevens)
  1076. Jean Arthur is awesome in this, apart from her crying scene with the suitcase. That was just stupid.

  1077. Morgan!/Morgan (A Suitable Case For Treatment) (1966, Karel Reisz)
  1078. Morocco (1930, Josef von Sternberg)
  1079. B level Sternberg with Dietrich owning the film over Coop.

  1080. The Mortal Storm (1940, Frank Borzage)
  1081. Moscow on the Hudson (1984, Paul Mazursky)
  1082. The Most Dangerous Game (1932, Irving Pichel & Ernest B. Schoedsack)
  1083. Mother (1926, V. I. Pudovkin)
  1084. Mrs. Miniver (1942, William Wyler)
  1085. Greer Garson was at the top of her game in this movie. Twist ending.

  1086. Ms. 45 (1981, Abel Ferrara)
  1087. Mud Honey (1965, Russ Meyer)
  1088. Multiple Maniacs (1970, John Waters)
  1089. The Mummy (1932, Karl Freund)
  1090. Murder (1930, Alfred Hitchcock)
  1091. Murder, My Sweet (1944, Edward Dmytryk)
  1092. Murder of Fred Hampton (1971, Mike Grey & Howard Alk)
  1093. Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932, Robert Florey)
  1094. Murmur of the Heart (1971, Louis Malle)
  1095. Mutiny on the Bounty (1935, Frank Lloyd)
  1096. "Mr. Christian come here!" Both Charles Laughton and Clark Gable are perfectly suited to their roles.

  1097. My Best Girl (1927, Sam Taylor)
  1098. My Brilliant Career (1979, Gillian Armstrong)
  1099. My Darling Clementine (1946, John Ford)
  1100. My Dinner With Andre (1981, Louis Malle)
  1101. My Fair Lady (1964, George Cukor)
  1102. Rip off musical version of Pygmalion with Leslie Howard. The costumes are great but I don't think much of Rex Harrison's singing or Hepburn's acting. She has the most atrocious accent.

  1103. My Favorite Wife (1940, Garson Kanin)
  1104. My Favorite Year (1982, Richard Benjamin)
  1105. My Little Chickadee (1940, Edward Cline)
  1106. My Man Godfrey (1936, Gregory La Cava)
  1107. Lombard is gloriously annoying and poor Powell puts up with her. I love how she just barges around and other people have to put up with her.

  1108. My Name is Julia Ross (1945, Joseph H. Lewis)
  1109. My Name is Nobody (1974, Tonino Valeri)
  1110. My Night At Maud’s (1969, Eric Rohmer)
  1111. The Mystery of Kaspar Hauser/Every Man For Himself and God Against All (1974, Werner Herzog)
  1112. Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933, Michael Curtiz)
  1113. The Naked Jungle (1953, Byron Haskin)
  1114. The Naked Kiss (1965, Samuel Fuller)
  1115. The Naked Prey (1966, Cornel Wilde)
  1116. The Naked Spur (1952, Anthony Mann)
  1117. Nanook of the North (1922, Robert Flaherty)
  1118. Napoléon (1927, Abel Gance)
  1119. Nashville (1975, Robert Altman)
  1120. National Lampoon’s Animal House (1978, John Landis)
  1121. Native Land (1942, Leo Hurwitz & Paul Strand)
  1122. The Natural (1984, Barry Levinson)
  1123. Myths + Baseball = great movie. The soundtrack is what really put this movie over the top. That and the ending.

  1124. The Naughty Nineties (1945, Jean Yarborough)
  1125. The Navigator (1924, Buster Keaton & Donald Crisp)
  1126. Neighbors (1981, John G. Avildsen)
  1127. Network (1976, Sidney Lumet)
  1128. This started off really cool but then spiraled out of control. I think they should have focused on one character.

  1129. Never Cry Wolf (1983, Caroll Ballard)
  1130. Never Give A Sucker An Even Break (1941, Edward Cline)
  1131. Never Say Never Again (1983, Irvin Kershner)
  1132. The Neverending Story (1984, Wolfgang Petersen)
  1133. Very dark kid's movie. Great atmosphere and characters. Really did feel otherworldly.

  1134. New York, New York (1977, Martin Scorsese)
  1135. Next Stop, Greenwich Village (1976, Paul Mazursky)
  1136. Niagara (1953, Henry Hathaway)
  1137. A Night At The Opera (1935, Sam Wood)
  1138. My favourite of the Marx brothers' films! The scene with the state room is side splitting.

  1139. Night of the Comet (1984, Thom Eberhardt)
  1140. Night of the Demon/Curse of the Demon (1957, Jacques Tourneur)
  1141. The Night of the Following Day (1969, Hubert Cornfield)
  1142. Night of the Ghouls (1960, Edward D. Wood, Jr.)
  1143. The Night of the Hunter (1955, Charles Laughton)
  1144. I wish Laughton had directed more movies. Not only is this visually stunning, the story is great too.

  1145. Night of the Living Dead (1968, George Romero)
  1146. The Night of Shooting Stars (1983, Paolo & Vittorio Taviani)
  1147. Night Tide (1961, Curtis Harrington)
  1148. Nightmare Alley (1947, Edmund Goulding)
  1149. A Nightmare On Elm Street (1985, Wes Craven)
  1150. Nights of Cabiria (1957, Federico Fellini)
  1151. 9 1/2 Weeks (1986, Adrian Lyne)
  1152. 1900 (1976, Bernardo Bertolucci)
  1153. 1984 (1984, Michael Radford)
  1154. 1941 (1979, Steven Spielberg)
  1155. Ninotchka (1939, Ernst Lubitsch)
  1156. Norma Rae (1979, Martin Ritt)
  1157. North by Northwest (1959, Alfred Hitchcock)
  1158. The MacGuffin in this one is one of the more frustrating as it could have really gone somewhere. The scene on Mount Rushmore is pretty cool though.

  1159. North Dallas Forty (1979, Ted Kotcheff)
  1160. Nosferatu (1922, F. W. Murnau)
  1161. Nosferatu the Vampire (1979, Werner Herzog)
  1162. Nothing Sacred (1937, William A. Wellman)
  1163. Notorious (1946, Alfred Hitchcock)
  1164. Now, Voyager (1942, Irving Rapper)
  1165. Better goes from frump to vamp in 60 seconds! The ending is bittersweet but she stood up for herself.

  1166. The Nutty Professor (1963, Jerry Lewis)
  1167. O Lucky Man! (1973, Lindsay Anderson)
  1168. Objective Burma (1945, Raoul Walsh)
  1169. October (1928, Sergei Eisenstein)
  1170. Octopussy (1983, John Glen)
  1171. Odd Man Out (1947, Carol Reed)
  1172. Of Human Bondage (1934, John Cromwell)
  1173. An Officer and a Gentleman (1982, Taylor Hackford)
  1174. The Official Story (1985, Luis Puenzo)
  1175. The Old Dark House (1932, James Whale)
  1176. The Old Maid (1935, Edmond Goulding)
  1177. Old Yeller (1957, Robert Stevenson)
  1178. This movie is just heartbreaking. Boo hiss!

  1179. Oliver! (1968, Carol Reed)
  1180. How this ever won Best Picture I don't know.

  1181. Oliver Twist (1948, David Lean)
  1182. Los Olvidados (1950, Luis Bunuel)
  1183. The Olympiad/Olympia (1936, Leni Riefenstahl)
  1184. The Omen (1976, Richard Donner)
  1185. On Dangerous Ground (1951, Nicholas Ray)
  1186. On Golden Pond (1981, Mark Rydell)
  1187. On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969, Peter R. Hunt)
  1188. On The Beach (1959, Stanley Kramer)
  1189. On The Town (1949, Gene Kelly & Stanley Donen)
  1190. A great film with great songs. Shot on location and showcases New York.

  1191. On The Waterfront (1954, Elia Kazan)
  1192. Brando was mopey in this one. But then, isn't he mopey in every one?

  1193. Once Before I Die (1965, John Derek)
  1194. Once Upon a Time in America (1984, Sergio Leone)
  1195. Once Upon a Time in the West (1969, Sergio Leone)
  1196. A great last gasp for the Western. Leone has a master's grasp on the material.

  1197. One-Eyed Jacks (1961, Marlon Brando)
  1198. One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest (1975, Milos Forman)
  1199. One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961, Wolfgang Reitherman & Hamilton Luske & Clyde Geronimi)
  1200. Not the best artistic style but still enjoyable.

  1201. One Million Years B.C. (1966, Don Chaffey)
  1202. Open City (1946, Roberto Rossellini)
  1203. The Opening of Misty Beethoven (1976, Henry Paris [Radley Metzger])
  1204. Ordet (1955, Carl Dreyer)
  1205. Ordinary People (1980, Robert Redford)
  1206. Orphans of the Storm (1921, D. W. Griffith)
  1207. Orpheus (1950, Jean Cocteau)
  1208. The Other Side of Midnight (1977, Charles Jarrott)
  1209. Our Daily Bread (1934, King Vidor)
  1210. Out of Africa (1985, Sydney Pollack)
  1211. Out of It (1969, Paul Williams)
  1212. Out of the Blue (1984, Dennis Hopper)
  1213. Out of the Past (1947, Jacques Tourneur)
  1214. The Outlaw (1943, Howard Hughes)
  1215. The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976, Clint Eastwood)
  1216. Outrageous! (1977, Richard Benner)
  1217. Over the Edge (1979, Jonathan Kaplan)
  1218. The Ox-Bow Incident (1943, William Wellman)
  1219. Poor Dana Andrews!

  1220. Padre Padrone (1977, Vittorio & Paolo Taviani)
  1221. Pale Rider (1985, Clint Eastwood)
  1222. The Paleface (1948, Norman Z. MacLeod)
  1223. The Palm Beach Story (1942, Preston Sturges)
  1224. Pandora’s Box (1929, G. W. Pabst)
  1225. Paradise Alley/Stars in the Back Yard (1961, Hugo Haas)
  1226. The Parallax View (1974, Alan J. Pakula)
  1227. Pardners (1956, Norman Taurog)
  1228. The Parent Trap (1961, David Swift)
  1229. An awesome film! Do not watch the remake. This one is far more entertaining.

  1230. Paris, Texas (1984, Wim Wenders)
  1231. The Party (1968, Blake Edwards)
  1232. A Passage to India (1984, David Lean)
  1233. The Passenger (1975, Michelangelo Antonioni)
  1234. The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928, Carl Dreyer)
  1235. Pather Panchali (1955, Satyajit Ray)
  1236. Paths of Glory (1957, Stanley Kubrick)
  1237. Payday (1973, Daryl Duke)
  1238. Peeping Tom (1960, Michael Powell)
  1239. Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure (1985, Tim Burton)
  1240. Pennies From Heaven (1981, Herbert Ross)
  1241. Penny Serenade (1941, George Stevens)
  1242. Pepé le Moko (1937, Julien Duvivier)
  1243. Performance (1970, Nicolas Roeg & Donald Cammell)
  1244. Persona (1966, Ingmar Bergman)
  1245. Personal Best (1982, Robert Towne)
  1246. The Personals (1982, Peter Markle)
  1247. The Petrified Forest (1936, Archie Mayo)
  1248. Petulia (1968, Richard Lester)
  1249. The Phantom of the Opera (1925, Rupert Julian)
  1250. A great adaptation. Apparently people fainted in the audience the first time Chaney's face was revealed.

  1251. Phantom of the Paradise (1974, Brian DePalma)
  1252. The Philadelphia Story (1940, Cukor)
  1253. One of Grant's, Stewart's and Hepburn's best movies. Dialogue is great, acting is great.

  1254. Picnic (1955, Joshua Logan)
  1255. Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975, Weir)
  1256. The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945, Lewin)
  1257. Pieces (1982, J. Piquer Simon)
  1258. Pierrot le Fou (1965, Godard)
  1259. Pillow Talk (1959, Michael Gordon)
  1260. Day and Hudson are perfectly paired in this film.

  1261. Pink Flamingos (1973, Waters)
  1262. Pink Floyd – The Wall (1982, Parker)
  1263. The Pink Panther (1964, Blake Edwards)
  1264. An entertaining movie with David Niven in the title role and Peter Sellers as the clueless Clouseau. There is a really weird dance scene in the middle though.

  1265. Pinocchio (1940, Disney)
  1266. Disney movie about a puppet who wants to be a real boy. The donkey/amusement park section used to scare me as a child but there are some really interesting parts of this

  1267. Pipe Dreams (1976, Stephen Verona)
  1268. Piranha (1978, Dante)
  1269. Pixote (1980, Babenco)
  1270. A Place in the Sun (1951, Stevens)
  1271. Places in the Heart (1984, Benton)
  1272. Le Plaisir/House of Pleasure (1952, Ophüls)
  1273. Plan 9 From Outer Space (1956, Edward D. Wood, Jr.)
  1274. Planet of the Apes (1968, Schaffner)
  1275. Play It Again, Sam (1972, Herbert Ross)
  1276. Play Misty For Me (1971, Eastwood)
  1277. Point Blank (1967, Boorman)
  1278. Point of Order (1964, Emile de Antonio)
  1279. Police Academy (1984, Hugh Wilson)
  1280. Poltergeist (1982, Hooper)
  1281. Creepy thriller with skeletons in the pool!

  1282. Polyester (1981, Waters)
  1283. The Pom Pom Girls (1976, Joseph Ruben)
  1284. Porky’s (1981, Clark)
  1285. The Poseidon Adventure (1972, Neame)
  1286. The Possession of Joel Delaney (1972, Waris Hussein)
  1287. Potemkin/The Battleship Potemkin (1925, Eisenstein)
  1288. The President’s Analyst (1967, Theodore J. Flicker)
  1289. Pretty Baby (1978, Malle)
  1290. Pretty Peaches (1978, Alex De Renzy)
  1291. Pretty Poison (1968, Noel Black)
  1292. Princess Yang Kwei Fei (1955, Mizoguchi)
  1293. The Prisoner of Zenda (1937, Cromwell)
  1294. Ronald Coleman is so sweet in this. Fairbanks Jr is perfectly suited to his role

  1295. Private Benjamin (1980, Zieff)
  1296. The Private Life of Henry VIII (1933, Korda)
  1297. Private Parts (1972, Bartel)
  1298. Privilege (1967, Watkins)
  1299. Prizzi’s Honor (1985, Huston)
  1300. The Producers (1968, Brooks)
  1301. Psycho (1960, Hitchcock)
  1302. Psych-Out (1968, Richard Rush)
  1303. The Public Enemy (1931, Wellman)
  1304. Pumping Iron (1977, George Butler & Robert Fiore)
  1305. Purple Rain (1984, Albert Magnoli)
  1306. The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985, Allen)
  1307. Great film about films.

  1308. Pursued (1947, Walsh)
  1309. Putney Swope (1969, Downey)
  1310. Q (1982, Cohen)
  1311. Quackser Fortune Has A Cousin in the Bronx (1970, Waris Hussein)
  1312. Quadrophenia (1979, Roddam)
  1313. Queen Christina (1934, Mamoulian)
  1314. Queen of Outer Space (1958, Edward Bernds)
  1315. Querelle (1983, Fassbinder)
  1316. The Quiet Man (1952, Ford)
  1317. Rabid (1977, Cronenberg)
  1318. Rachel, Rachel (1968, Newman)
  1319. Radio Ranch/Men With Steel Faces (1935, Otto Brower/B. Reeves Eason)
  1320. Raggedy Man (1981, Fisk)
  1321. Raging Bull (1980, Scorsese)
  1322. Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981, Spielberg)
  1323. I love this movie! A great story.

  1324. The Rain People (1969, Coppola)
  1325. Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985, George P. Cosmatos)
  1326. Ran (1985, Kurosawa)
  1327. Rancho Deluxe (1975, Frank Perry)
  1328. Rancho Notorious (1952, Fritz Lang)
  1329. Rashomon (1950, Akira Kurosawa)
  1330. The Raven (1935, Louis Friedlander [Lew Landers])
  1331. Raw Meat (1973, Gary Sherman)
  1332. Real Life (1979, Albert Brooks)
  1333. Re-Animator (1985, Stuart Gordon)
  1334. Rear Window (1954, Alfred Hitchcock)
  1335. One of my favourite Hitchcock movies. Jimmy is great and Thelma is hilarious.

  1336. Rebecca (1940, Alfred Hitchcock)
  1337. Fontaine and Olivier were the perfect picks for these roles. Judith Anderson also does an awesome job as the creepy housekeeper.

  1338. Rebel Without A Cause (1955, Nicholas Ray)
  1339. A great James Dean movie. It didn't go where I thought I would and everyone looked too old to be teenagers but Dean was great as the frustrated teacher.

  1340. Red Dawn (1984, John Milius)
  1341. Red Dust (1932, Victor Fleming)
  1342. Red River (1948, Howard Hawks)
  1343. The Red Shoes (1948, Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger)
  1344. Reds (1981, Warren Beatty)
  1345. Reefer Madness (1936, Louis Gasnier)
  1346. Repo Man (1984, Alex Cox)
  1347. Repulsion (1965, Roman Polanski)
  1348. Resurrection (1980, Daniel Petrie)
  1349. The Resurrection of Eve (1973, Jim & Artie Mitchell)
  1350. The Return of Frank James (1940, Fritz Lang)
  1351. Return of the Dragon (1973, Bruce Lee)
  1352. Return of the Jedi (1983, Richard Marquand)
  1353. Return of the Secaucus Seven (1980, John Sayles)
  1354. Reuben, Reuben (1983, Robert Ellis Miller)
  1355. Revenge of the Nerds (1984, Jeff Kanew)
  1356. Richard Pryor Live in Concert (1979, Jeff Margolis)
  1357. Richard Pryor Live on the Sunset Strip (1982, Joe Layton)
  1358. Ride in the Whirlwind (1967, Monte Hellman)
  1359. Ride Lonesome (1959, Budd Boetticher)
  1360. Ride The High Country (1962, Sam Peckinpah)
  1361. Rififi (1955, Jules Dassin)
  1362. The Right Stuff (1983, Philip Kaufman)
  1363. Rio Bravo (1959, Howard Hawks)
  1364. Rio Lobo (1970, Howard Hawks)
  1365. The Rise of Louis XIV (1966, Roberto Rossellini)
  1366. Risky Business (1983, Paul Brickman)
  1367. The Ritz (1976, Richard Lester)
  1368. The River (1951, Jean Renoir)
  1369. Road Games (1981, Richard Franklin)
  1370. Road to Singapore (1940, Victor Schertzinger)
  1371. The Road Warrior (1981, George Miller)
  1372. The Roaring Twenties (1939, Raoul Walsh)
  1373. Roberta (1935, William A. Seiter)
  1374. Robot Monster (1953, Phil Tucker)
  1375. Rock Around The Clock (1956, Fred Sears)
  1376. Rock ‘n’ Roll High School (1979, Allan Arkush & Joe Dante)
  1377. Rock, Rock, Rock (1956, Will Price)
  1378. Rocketship X-M (1950, Kurt Neumann)
  1379. Rocky (1976, John G. Avildsen)
  1380. Rocky II (1979, Sylvester Stallone)
  1381. Rocky III (1982, Sylvester Stallone)
  1382. Rocky IV (1985, Sylvester Stallone)
  1383. The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975, Jim Sharman)
  1384. Rodan (1957, Inoshiro Honda)
  1385. Romancing The Stone (1984, Robert Zemeckis)
  1386. La Ronde (1950, Max Ophüls)
  1387. Room Service (1938, William A. Seiter)
  1388. Roommates (1980, Chuck Vincent)
  1389. Rope (1948, Alfred Hitchcock)
  1390. An interesting movie but I feel Stewart was miscast in this. I do like the slow build of tension.

  1391. The Rose (1979, Mark Rydell)
  1392. Rosemary’s Baby (1968, Roman Polanski)
  1393. Ruggles of Red Gap (1935, Leo McCarey)
  1394. The Rules of the Game (1939, Jean Renoir)
  1395. Runaway Train (1985, Andrei Konchalovsky)
  1396. Russ Meyer’s Vixen/Vixen (1969, Russ Meyer)
  1397. Sabrina (1954, Billy Wilder)
  1398. Safety Last (1923, Fred Newmeyer & Sam Taylor)
  1399. St. Elmo’s Fire (1985, Joel Schumacher)
  1400. Saint Jack (1979, Bogdanovich)
  1401. Salt of the Earth (1954, Biberman)
  1402. San Francisco (1936, Van Dyke)
  1403. Sanders of the River (1935, Korda)
  1404. Sands of Iwo Jima (1949, Dwan)
  1405. Sanjuro (1962, Kurosawa)
  1406. Sansho, The Bailiff (1954, Mizoguchi)
  1407. Saturday Night Fever (1977, Badham)
  1408. Say Amen, Somebody (1983, George T. Nierenberg)
  1409. Scanners (1981, Cronenberg)
  1410. Scarface (1983, DePalma)
  1411. Scarface, The Shame of the Nation (1932, Hawks)
  1412. The Scarlet Empress (1934, Von Sternberg)
  1413. The set for this movie is totally bonkers but Dietrich's dresses are great. Sam Jafi plays a great crazy emperor.

  1414. The Scarlet Pimpernel (1935, Korda)
  1415. Howard was perfect in this! He pulled off the fop and the hero very well.

  1416. Scarlet Street (1945, Lang)
  1417. School Girl (1971, David Reberg (Paul Gerber))
  1418. The Scoundrel/Miracle on 49th Street (1935, Ben Hecht & Charles MacArthur)
  1419. Scream and Scream Again (1970, Hessler)
  1420. Scream of Fear/Taste of Fear (1961, Holt)
  1421. The Sea Hawk (1940, Curtiz)
  1422. The Searchers (1956, Ford)
  1423. Everyone keeps saying this film is amazing and one of Ford's best. It was okay but it felt more about the story than the cinematography or the landscape.

  1424. Seconds (1966, Frankenheimer)
  1425. The Secret Six (1931, Hill)
  1426. The Seduction of Mimi (1974, Wertmuller)
  1427. The Senator Was Indiscreet (1947, Kaufman)
  1428. September 30, 1955 (1978, Bridges)
  1429. The Set-Up (1949, Wise)
  1430. Seven Beauties (1976, Wertmuller)
  1431. Seven Brides For Seven Brothers (1954, Donen)
  1432. One of the great musicals from back in they day.

  1433. Seven Days in May (1964, Frankenheimer)
  1434. 7 Faces of Dr. Lao (1964, Pal)
  1435. Seven Men From Now (1956, Boetticher)
  1436. Seven Samurai (1954, Kurosawa)
  1437. The Seven Year Itch (1955, Wilder)
  1438. This has got one crazy imagination!

  1439. The Seventh Seal (1956, Bergman)
  1440. The Seventh Victim (1943, Robson)
  1441. The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958, Nathan Juran)
  1442. Sextette (1978, Hughes)
  1443. Shadow of a Doubt (1943, Hitchcock)
  1444. Cotten was creepy in this. It didn't have the same tension as other Hitchcock films but it's still enjoyable.

  1445. Shaft (1971, Parks)
  1446. Shall We Dance (1937, Sandrich)
  1447. The marriage, divorce, marriage bit was hilarious. You've got the big white set as always

  1448. Shane (1953, Stevens)
  1449. Shanghai Express (1932, Von Sternberg)
  1450. The lighting in this is amazing! Dietrich's costumes are over the top but she makes it work with this dry cynical tone.

  1451. The Shanghai Gesture (1941, Von Sternberg)
  1452. The She-Beast (1966, Reeves)
  1453. She Done Him Wrong (1932, Sherman)
  1454. She Married Her Boss (1935, La Cava)
  1455. She Wore A Yellow Ribbon (1949, Ford)
  1456. Sherlock Junior (1924, Keaton)
  1457. As always, Keaton is amazing.

  1458. The Shining (1980, Kubrick)
  1459. Shoah (1985, Lanzmann)
  1460. Shock Corridor (1963, Fuller)
  1461. Shock Waves (1977, Wiederhorn)
  1462. Shoeshine (1946, De Sica)
  1463. Shoot (1976, Hart)
  1464. Shoot The Piano Player (1962, Truffaut)
  1465. The Shooting (1967, Hellman)
  1466. The Shop Around The Corner (1940, Lubitsch)
  1467. Stewart is great here and it's so much better than the remake.

  1468. A Shot in the Dark (1964, Edwards)
  1469. Show Boat (1936, Whale)
  1470. Siegfried (1924, Lang)
  1471. The Silent Partner (1978, Daryl Duke)
  1472. Silverado (1985, Lawrence Kasdan)
  1473. Simon of the Desert (1965, Luis Bunuel)
  1474. The Sin of Harold Diddlebock/Mad Wednesday (1947, Preston Sturges)
  1475. Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger (1977, Sam Wanamaker)
  1476. Singin’ in the Rain (1952, Gene Kelly & Stanley Donen)
  1477. One of the best musicals ever made!

  1478. Sisters (1973, Brian DePalma)
  1479. Sitting Ducks (1980, Henry Jaglom)
  1480. Sixteen Candles (1984, John Hughes)
  1481. A great coming of age film for young women.

  1482. Slap Shot (1977, George Roy Hill)
  1483. Slaughterhouse Five (1972, George Roy Hill)
  1484. Sleeper (1973, Woody Allen)
  1485. Sleeping Beauty (1959, Walt Disney)
  1486. Visually stunning but not much story really.

  1487. The Slumber Party Massacre (1982, Amy Jones)
  1488. Small Change (1976, François Truffaut)
  1489. Smash Palace (1982, Roger Donaldson)
  1490. Smiles of a Summer Night (1955, Ingmar Bergman)
  1491. Smithereens (1982, Susan Seidelman)
  1492. The Snake Pit (1948, Anatole Litvak)
  1493. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1938, Walt Disney)
  1494. A breakthrough in film animation. Voices and dialogue a little outdated but still holds up.

  1495. Snuff (1976, Michael Findlay/Roberta Findlay/Horatio Fredriksson/Simon Nuchtern)
  1496. So Long at the Fair (1950, Terence Fisher & Anthony Darnborough)
  1497. Solaris (1972, Andrei Tarkovsky)
  1498. Soldier Girls (1981, Joan Churchill & Nicholas Broomfield)
  1499. A Soldier’s Story (1984, Norman Jewison)
  1500. Some Like It Hot (1959, Billy Wilder)
  1501. So hilarious. Jack, Tony and Marilyn are great in this film!

  1502. Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983, Jack Clayton)
  1503. Somewhere in Time (1980, Jeannot Szwarc)
  1504. One depressing movie. But at least Reeve gets to play someone other than Superman.

  1505. Son of Kong (1933, Ernest B. Schoedsack)
  1506. The Song Remains The Same (1976, Peter Clifton & Joe Massott)
  1507. Sons of the Desert (1933, William A. Seiter)
  1508. Sophie’s Choice (1982, Alan J. Pakula)
  1509. The Sorcerers (1967, Michael Reeves)
  1510. The Sorrow and the Pity (1970, Marcel Ophuls)
  1511. The Sound of Music (1965, Robert Wise)
  1512. A great movie with great songs and it doesn't hurt that it has Christopher Plummer in it.

  1513. Southern Comfort (1981, Walter Hill)
  1514. The Southerner (1945, Jean Renoir)
  1515. Spartacus (1960, Stanley Kubrick)
  1516. Spetters (1980, Paul Verhoeven)
  1517. Spies (1928, Fritz Lang)
  1518. The Spiral Staircase (1946, Robert Siodmak)
  1519. Totally creepy movie with great atmosphere!

  1520. The Spirit of the Beehive (1973, Victor Erice)
  1521. Spirits of the Dead (1969, Roger Vadim/Louis Malle/Federico Fellini)
  1522. Splendor in the Grass (1961, Elia Kazan)
  1523. The Spy Who Loved Me (1977, Lewis Gilbert)
  1524. Squirm (1976, Jeff Lieberman)
  1525. Stage Door (1937, Gregory La Cava)
  1526. A great ensemble piece with some of the best female actors of the day. Watch this!

  1527. Stagecoach (1939, John Ford)
  1528. John Wayne!

  1529. Stalag 17 (1953, Billy Wilder)
  1530. A great movie with William Holden.

  1531. A Star is Born (1937, William Wellman)
  1532. A Star is Born (1954, George Cukor)
  1533. Star Trek – The Motion Picture (1979, Robert Wise)
  1534. Long, laborious and gods does it drag.

  1535. Star Trek II – The Wrath of Khan (1982, Nicholas Meyer)
  1536. A great film with a great villain.

  1537. Star Trek III – The Search For Spock (1984, Leonard Nimoy)
  1538. Star Wars (1977)
  1539. One of the great scifi films. The story is amazing, the world is fully realized and there are some great characters.

  1540. Stardust (1975, Michael Apted)
  1541. Stardust Memories (1980, Woody Allen)
  1542. Starman (1984, John Carpenter)
  1543. The Stars Look Down (1939, Reed)
  1544. Starstruck (1982, Armstrong)
  1545. Start The Revolution Without Me (1970, Bud Yorkin)
  1546. State of Siege (1973, Costa-Gavras)
  1547. The Stationmaster’s Wife (1977, Fassbinder)
  1548. The Steel Helmet (1950, Fuller)
  1549. Stella Dallas (1937, King Vidor)
  1550. Stevie (1978, Robert Enders)
  1551. Stolen Kisses (1968, Truffaut)
  1552. Stop Making Sense (1984, Demme)
  1553. Storm Warning (1951, Stuart Heisler)
  1554. The Story of Adéle H (1975, Truffaut)
  1555. The Story of O (1975, Jaecklin)
  1556. La Strada (1954, Fellini)
  1557. Straight Time (1978, Grosbard)
  1558. Strange Behavior (1981, Michael Laughlin)
  1559. Strange Brew (1983, Dave Thomas & Rick Moranis)
  1560. Strange Cargo (1940, Borzage)
  1561. Strange Invaders (1983, Michael Laughlin)
  1562. The Stranger (1946, Welles)
  1563. The Stranger (1967, Visconti)
  1564. Stranger Than Paradise (1984, Jarmusch)
  1565. Strangers on a Train (1951, Hitchcock)
  1566. The cinematography in this is great. The merry go round, the glasses, Walker popping that kid's balloon. It's great!

  1567. Straw Dogs (1971, Peckinpah)
  1568. Street Scene (1931, King Vidor)
  1569. A Streetcar Named Desire (1951, Kazan)
  1570. Leigh and Brando were great though I did want to punch Brando.

  1571. Streets of Fire (1983, Hill)
  1572. Streetwise (1984, Martin Bell)
  1573. Stripes (1981, Reitman)
  1574. The Student Nurses (1970, Stephanie Rothman)
  1575. The Stuff (1985, Cohen)
  1576. The Stunt Man (1980, Richard Rush)
  1577. Sudden Impact (1983, Eastwood)
  1578. The Sugarland Express (1974, Spielberg)
  1579. Sullivan’s Travels (1941, Preston Sturges)
  1580. McCrea swore he'd never work with Lake again after this. Poor guy!

  1581. A Summer Place (1959, Delmer Daves)
  1582. Sunrise (1927, Murnau)
  1583. Sunset Boulevard (1950, Wilder)
  1584. Superman (1978, Donner)
  1585. The suit looked a little circusy but this film was great.

  1586. Superman II (1980, Lester)
  1587. Zod!

  1588. The Suspect (1944, Siodmak)
  1589. Suspicion (1941, Hitchcock)
  1590. The ending is disappointing but the milk scene is gold.

  1591. Suspiria (1977, Argento)
  1592. Svengali (1931, Archie Mayo)
  1593. Sweet Smell of Success (1957, Mackendrick)
  1594. Sweet Sweetback’s Baad Asss Song (1971, Melvin Van Peebles)
  1595. Swept Away (1974, Wertmuller)
  1596. Swing Time (1936, Stevens)
  1597. Sylvia Scarlett (1936, Cukor)
  1598. Taboo (1980, Kirby Stevens)
  1599. Take the Money and Run (1969, Allen)
  1600. A Tale of Two Cities (1935, Jack Conway)
  1601. Talk Dirty to Me (1980, Anthony Spinelli)
  1602. The Tall Blond Man With One Black Shoe (1972, Yves Robert)
  1603. The Tall T (1957, Boetticher)
  1604. The T.A.M.I. Show (1964, Steve Binder)
  1605. Targets (1968, Peter Bogdanovich)
  1606. Tarzan and His Mate (1934, Cedric Gibbons & Jack Conway)
  1607. Tarzan Escapes (1936, Richard Thorpe)
  1608. Tarzan Finds A Son (1939, Richard Thorpe)
  1609. Tarzan, The Ape Man (1932, W.S. Van Dyke)
  1610. Tarzan’s Greatest Adventure (1959, John Guillermin)
  1611. Tarzan’s New York Adventure (1942, Richard Thorpe)
  1612. Tarzan’s Secret Treasure (1941, Richard Thorpe)
  1613. Tattoo (1981, Bob Brooks)
  1614. Taxi Driver (1976, Martin Scorsese)
  1615. Taxi Zum Klo (1982, Frank Ripploh)
  1616. Tempest (1982, Paul Mazursky)
  1617. The Ten Commandments (1956, Cecil B. DeMille)
  1618. The Tenant (1976, Roman Polanski)
  1619. Tender Mercies (1983, Bruce Beresford)
  1620. The 10th Victim (1965, Elio Petri)
  1621. Terminal Island (1973, Stephanie Rothman)
  1622. The Terminator (1984, James Cameron)
  1623. Terms of Endearment (1983, James L. Brooks)
  1624. The Terror (1963, Roger Corman)
  1625. The Terror of Tiny Town (1938, San Newfield)
  1626. Tess (1979, Roman Polanski)
  1627. Testament (1983, Lynne Littman)
  1628. The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (1933, Lang)
  1629. The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974, Hooper)
  1630. That Hamilton Woman (1941, Korda)
  1631. That Obscure Object of Desire (1977, Bunuel)
  1632. That’ll Be The Day (1974, Whatham)
  1633. Theatre of Blood (1973, Hickox)
  1634. Them! (1954, Gordon Douglas)
  1635. Theodora Goes Wild (1936, Richard Boleslawski)
  1636. These Are The Damned/The Damned (1961, Losey)
  1637. These Three (1936, Wyler)
  1638. They Came From Within (1975, Cronenberg)
  1639. They Might Be Giants (1971, Harvey)
  1640. They Saved Hitler’s Brain (1963, David Bradley)
  1641. The Thief of Bagdad (1940, Ludwig Berger/Tim Whelan/Michael Powell/Alexander Korda/William Cameron Menzies)
  1642. Thieves Like Us (1974, Altman)
  1643. The Thin Man (1934, Van Dyke)
  1644. A genius pairing of Loy and Powell with lines I would be happy to quote any day of the week.

  1645. The Thing (1982, Carpenter)
  1646. The Thing (From Another World) (1951, Christian Nyby)
  1647. Things To Come (1936, William Cameron Menzies)
  1648. The Third Man (1949, Reed)
  1649. The 39 Steps (1935, Hitchcock)
  1650. The best pre-Hollywood film Hitchcock made.

  1651. This Gun For Hire (1942, Tuttle)
  1652. This is Spinal Tap (1984, R. Reiner
  1653. I have never laughed so hard at a documentary.

  1654. This Island Earth (1954, Newman)
  1655. A Thousand Clowns (1965, Coe)
  1656. Three Comrades (1938, Borzage)
  1657. The Three Faces of Eve (1957, Johnson)
  1658. Woodward is creepily good in this.

  1659. Three Godfathers (1948, Ford)
  1660. The Three Musketeers (1975, Lester)
  1661. 3 Women (1977, Altman)
  1662. Thunder Road (1958, Ripley)
  1663. Thunderball (1965, Young)
  1664. THX 1138 (1971, Lucas)
  1665. Ticket to Heaven (1981, Ralph L. Thomas)
  1666. Tightrope (1984, Tuggle)
  1667. Time After Time (1979, Meyer)
  1668. Time Bandits (1981, Gilliam)
  1669. The Time Machine (1960, Pal)
  1670. Timerider (1983, Dear)
  1671. The Tin Star (1957, Mann)
  1672. The Tingler (1959, Castle)
  1673. To Be or Not to Be (1942, Lubitsch)
  1674. To Have and Have Not (1944, Hawks)
  1675. Tokyo Story (1953, Ozu)
  1676. Tom Thumb (1958, Pal)
  1677. Tomb of Ligeia (1965, Corman)
  1678. Tommy (1975, Russell)
  1679. Tomorrow (1972, Anthony)
  1680. Tootsie (1982, Pollack)
  1681. Top Hat (1935, Sandrich)
  1682. The best scene is with Fred doing "Top Hat, White Tie and Tails".

  1683. El Topo (1971, Jodorowsky)
  1684. Topper (1937, McLeod)
  1685. A Touch of Class (1973, Frank)
  1686. Touch of Evil (1958, Welles)
  1687. Trading Places (1983, Landis)
  1688. Trash (1970, Morrissey)
  1689. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948, Huston)
  1690. I'd never seen Bogie play a bad guy before but man does he nail it. The greed that develops and envelopes after the discovery of gold is laid bare for all to see in this movie.

  1691. The Tree of the Wooden Clogs (1978, Olmi)
  1692. The Trial (1962, Welles)
  1693. Tristana (1970, Bunuel)
  1694. Triumph of the Will (1935, Riefenstahl)
  1695. Tron (1982, Steven Lisberger)
  1696. Trouble in Paradise (1932, Lubitsch)
  1697. The Trouble with Harry (1955, Hitchcock)
  1698. Tunnelvision (1976, Brad Swirnoff & Neil Israel)
  1699. Turkish Delight (1973, Verhoeven)
  1700. 12 Angry Men (1957, Lumet)
  1701. You might think a movie about 12 jurors deciding the fate of another man would be boring but no. Every man has a story and a reason for his opinion. It's up to Fonda to show them what they might be missing.

  1702. The Twelve Chairs (1970, Brooks)
  1703. Twentieth Century (1934, Hawks)
  1704. 28 Up (1984, Apted)
  1705. 20 Million Miles to Earth (1957, Nathan Juran)
  1706. Twilight Zone – The Movie (1983, John Landis/Steven Spielberg/Joe Dante/George Miller)
  1707. Two English Girls (1971, Truffaut)
  1708. Two for the Road (1967, Donen)
  1709. 200 Motels (1971, Zappa)
  1710. Two-Lane Blacktop (1971, Monte Hellman)
  1711. Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970, Siegel)
  1712. 2000 Maniacs (1964, Herschell Gordon Lewis)
  1713. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968, Kubrick)
  1714. Long, drawn out and the last third is basically an acid trip but very interesting look at the future evolution of mankind.

  1715. Ugetsu/Ugetsu Monogatari (1953, Mizoguchi)
  1716. Ulysses (1967, Joseph Strick)
  1717. Umberto D (1955, De Sica)
  1718. The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964, Jacques Demy)
  1719. Uncle Harry/The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry (1945, Robert Siodmak)
  1720. Underground U.S.A. (1980, Eric Mitchell)
  1721. Underworld U.S.A. (1961, Fuller)
  1722. Unfaithfully Yours (1948, Sturges)
  1723. The Uninvited (1944, Allen)
  1724. Union City (1980, Reichert)
  1725. An Unmarried Woman (1978, Mazursky)
  1726. The Unsuspected (1947, Curtiz)
  1727. Up! (1976, Meyer)
  1728. Up in Smoke (1978, Adler)
  1729. Used Cars (1980, Zemeckis)
  1730. The Valley/La Vallée (1972, Barbet Schroeder)
  1731. Vampire Circus (1972, Robert Young)
  1732. The Vampire Lovers (1970, Roy Ward Baker)
  1733. Vampyr (1932, Dreyer)
  1734. Vanishing Point (1971, Sarafian)
  1735. The Velvet Vampire/Cemetery Girls (1977, Stephanie Rothman)
  1736. Veronika Voss (1982, Rainer Werner Fassbinder)
  1737. Vertigo (1958, Alfred Hitchcock)
  1738. Never my favourite Hitchcock but it still has its moments.

  1739. Vice Squad (1982, Gary A. Sherman)
  1740. Victim (1961, Dearden)
  1741. Videodrome (1983, Cronenberg)
  1742. A View to a Kill (1985, John Glen)
  1743. Village of the Damned (1960, Rilla)
  1744. Viridiana (1961, Bunuel)
  1745. Viva Zapata! (1952, Kazan)
  1746. Vivre Sa Vie/My Life to Live (1962, Godard)
  1747. Vortex (1982, Beth B. & Seth B.)
  1748. The Wages of Fear (1953, Clouzot)
  1749. A Walk in the Sun (1945, Lewis Milestone)
  1750. Walk on the Wild Side (1962, Edward Dmytryk)
  1751. Walkabout (1971, Nicolas Roeg)
  1752. Walking Tall (1973, Phil Karlson)
  1753. Wanda (1970, Barbara Loden)
  1754. The Wanderers (1979, Philip Kaufman)
  1755. The War of the Worlds (1953, Byron Haskin)
  1756. WarGames (1983, John Badham)
  1757. The Warriors (1979, Walter Hill)
  1758. Watch on the Rhine (1943, Shumlin)
  1759. Waterloo Bridge (1940, Mervyn LeRoy)
  1760. Way Down East (1920, D.W. Griffith)
  1761. Way Out West (1936, James W. Horne)
  1762. The Way We Were (1973, Sydney Pollack)
  1763. The Weavers: Wasn’t That A Time! (1982, Jim Brown)
  1764. Wee Willie Winkie (1937, John Ford)
  1765. Weekend (1967, Godard)
  1766. A Week’s Vacation (1980, Tavernier)
  1767. Welcome to L.A. (1977, Rudolph)
  1768. The Werewolf of London (1935, Stuart Walker)
  1769. The Werewolf of Washington (1973, Milton Moses Ginsberg)
  1770. The Westerner (1940, Wyler)
  1771. Westworld (1973, Crichton)
  1772. Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962, Aldrich)
  1773. Davis and Crawford are far over the hill in this film but are oh so good. Crusty, bedraggled and menacing, Davis keeps Crawford prisoner in their shared home.

  1774. What Price Hollywood? (1932, Cukor)
  1775. What’s New, Pussycat? (1965, Clive Donner)
  1776. What’s Up, Tiger Lily? (1966, Woody Allen)
  1777. When Father Was Away On Business (1985, Emir Kusturica)
  1778. When Worlds Collide (1951, Rudolph Maté)
  1779. Where The Boys Are (1960, Henry Levin)
  1780. Where The Sidewalk Ends (1950, Otto Preminger)
  1781. Where’s Poppa? (1970, Carl Reiner)
  1782. While the City Sleeps (1956, Fritz Lang)
  1783. White Heat (1949, Raoul Walsh)
  1784. White Zombie (1932, Victor Halperin)
  1785. Who’ll Stop the Rain? (1978, Karel Reisz)
  1786. Who’s Minding the Mint? (1967, Howard Morris)
  1787. Why Shoot The Teacher (1977, Silvio Narizzano)
  1788. The Wicker Man (1973, Robin Hardy)
  1789. The Wild Angels (1966, Roger Corman)
  1790. The Wild Bunch (1969, Sam Peckinpah)
  1791. The Wild Child (1969, François Truffaut)
  1792. Wild in the Streets (1968, Barry Shear)
  1793. The Wild One (1954, Laslo Benedek)
  1794. Wild Strawberries (1957, Ingmar Bergman)
  1795. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971, Mel Stuart)
  1796. I read the book before seeing the movie but couldn't wait to see Dahl's imagination come to life. I enjoyed
  1797. it more than the remake, even with the creepy 'bad trip' tunnel scene.

  1798. Winchester ’73 (1950, Anthony Mann)
  1799. Wings (1927, William A. Wellman)
  1800. I couldn't find much to like about this film. Coop makes an appearance but overall it's long and slow-moving.

  1801. Winter Kills (1979, William Richert)
  1802. Winter Soldier (1971, Winterfilm Collective)
  1803. Witness (1985, Peter Weir)
  1804. Witness for the Prosecution (1958, Billy Wilder)
  1805. The Wizard of Oz (1939, Victor Fleming)
  1806. My favourite movie from childhood.

  1807. The Wolf Man (1941, George Waggner)
  1808. The Woman in the Window (1944, Fritz Lang)
  1809. A Woman of Paris (1923, Chaplin)
  1810. Woman of the Year (1942, George Stevens)
  1811. The Women (1939, Cukor)
  1812. A catty movie, women-only. Shearer is so-so but Crawford and Russell hit it out of the park.

  1813. Women in Love (1970, Russell)
  1814. Woodstock (1970, Wadleigh)
  1815. The World of Apu (1959, Satyajit Ray)
  1816. WR – Mysteries of the Organism (1971, Dusan Makavejev)
  1817. Written on the Wind (1956, Sirk)
  1818. The Wrong Box (1966, Forbes)
  1819. The Wrong Man (1956, Hitchcock)
  1820. Wuthering Heights (1939, Wyler)
  1821. The Man With X-Ray Eyes (1963, Roger Corman)
  1822. Xica/Xica da Silva (1976, Carlos Diegues)
  1823. The Yakuza (1975, Pollack)
  1824. Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942, Curtiz)
  1825. Before seeing this film I never knew Cagney was a song and dance man. He's incredible in this film and the scene by his father's bedside is heartbreaking.

  1826. The Year of Living Dangerously (1983, Weir)
  1827. Yellow Submarine (1968, George Dunning)
  1828. Very weird but very good.

  1829. Yentl (1983, Streisand)
  1830. Yojimbo (1961, Kurosawa)
  1831. Yol (1982, Guney)
  1832. You Can’t Cheat an Honest Man (1939, George Marshall & Eddie Cline)
  1833. You Can’t Take It With You (1938, Capra)
  1834. A great film with Jimmy Stewart and Jean Arthur. Jean lives in a house with a kooky set of characters. The best scene bar none is in the restuarant.

  1835. You Only Live Once (1937, Lang)
  1836. You Only Live Twice (1967, Gilbert)
  1837. Young and Innocent (1937, Hitchcock)
  1838. A great Hitchcock film.

  1839. Young Frankenstein (1974, Brooks)
  1840. Hilarious! I love this film for all its ridiculousness.

  1841. Young Sherlock Holmes (1985, Levinson)
  1842. Young Torless (1967, Schlöndorff)
  1843. The Yum-Yum Girls (1976, Barry Rosen)
  1844. Z (1969, Costa-Gavras)
  1845. Zabriskie Point (1970, Antonioni)
  1846. Zambizanga (1972, Sarah Maldorer)
  1847. Zardoz (1974, Boorman)
  1848. Zatoichi Meets Yojimbo (1970, Kihachi Okamato)
  1849. Zelig (1983, Allen)
  1850. Zéro de Conduite/Zero for Conduct (1933, Vigo)
  1851. Zombie Island Massacre (1984, John N. Carter)
Author Comments: 

Peary's book was published in 1986.

212/1639 = 12.93%