Wednesday, January 5, 2011

100 Films I Will Watch in 2011

A Boy and His Dog
A Fistful of Dollars
A Prophet
A Woman Under the Influence
Aguirre, Wrath of God
All About Eve
All the Real Girls
Angel Heart
Apocalypse Now
Attack of the 50 Foot Woman
Blow Up
Body Heat
Bringing Out the Dead
Cane Toads
Class of Nuke'Em High
Cool As Ice
Das Boot
Death Race 2000
Doctor Zhivago
Dr. Strangelove
Duck, You Sucker
El Topo
Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!
Flirting with Disaster
For a Few Dollars More
Fritz the Cat
From Here to Eternity
Ghost in the Shell
Harold and Maude
Heavenly Creatures
High Noon
It's a Wonderful Life
King Kong
La Dolce Vita
Last Tango in Paris
Lawrence of Arabia
Lost Highway
Lost in America
Monty Python's The Life of Brian
No Direction Home: Bob Dylan
Once Upon a Time in the West
Ordinary People
Pandora's Box
Passion of Joan of Arc
Requiem for a Dream
Rocky Horror Picture Show
Scenes from a Marriage
Series 7: The Contenders
Seven Samurai
Singin' in the Rain
Slap Shot
Sling Blade
Sunset Blvd.
Surf Nazis Must Die
Swing Time
The Bridge on the River Kwai
The Deer Hunter
The Elephant Man
The Endless Summer
The Godfather Part III
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
The Grapes of Wrath
The Holy Mountain
The Killing of a Chinese Bookie
The Last Temptation of Christ
The Magnificent Seven
The Plague Dogs
The Proposition
The Red Shoes
The Sweet Hereafter
The Thin Red Line
The Third Man
The White Ribbon
The Wild Bunch
Umberto D.
V for Vendetta
Very Bad Things
Walking and Talking
West Side Story
White Dog
Wings of Desire
Withnail & I
Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
Y Tu Mama Tambien
Yankee Doodle Dandy


MovieNut14 said...

You haven't seen any of these? Wow.

Simon said...

Dude. Howdy.

elgringo said...

MovieNut14, I know, isn't that crazy. Apocalypse Now, Doctor Zhivago and Harold and Maude are the ones I'm most embarrassed by.

But actually, I have seen a couple of these (Singing in the Rain, Dr. Strangelove) but it's been so long that I've pretty forgotten them.

Simon, howdy!

Anonymous said...

you are in for some serious treats . . . holy mountain, death race 2000 (with the best use of a dr frankenstien character outside of shelley's book), pandoras box, joan of arc . . .
but you should skip harold and maude

m i l e s said...

There are some awesome films in there. I too am making a list of films to watch in the upcoming year. I'm also writing down every one I watch. I did it last year and got to 339 (155 I haven't seen before). I would like to get at least 365 this year.

elgringo said...

I watched over 500 movies in 2008, haha. My computer crashed this year so I lost my 2009 file. Good luck with your list.

Drew Danburry said...

i loved El Topo. This is a good list by the way.

Castor said...

Glad to see you back in action!

Anonymous said...

"Rocky Horror Picture Show" -- talk about a treasure. Well, a treasure if you like your films B-A-D, which I do. The badder the better. The songs are terrible, the acting is terrible, but I'm bizarrely attracted to Tim Curry in his platforms and bustier.

whip4rl said...

you've got a ton of treats here, stuff i've seen and stuff you've reminded me of watching again.

too many movies will be nuts.
also, EVERYONE should watch Amadeus in their lifetime

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