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    I just brought up movie no. 50 by rewatching an old childhood favourite: Disney's animated Robin Hood.

    Movies watched so far:

    1) The Girl in Lovers Lane
    2) Scooby-Doo and Batman: The Brave and the Bold
    3) The Crucifer of Blood
    4) Colette
    5) The Phantom of Crestwood
    6) Violent Saturday
    7) Ralph Breaks the Internet
    8) The Hollow
    9) Rhymes for Young Ghouls
    10) How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
    12) The Babadook
    13) Whiteout
    14) Mary Poppins Returns
    15) The Quick and the Dead
    16) Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
    17) Zombie Nightmare
    18) Dr. Terror's House of Horrors
    19) What a Carve Up!
    20) Crime Doctor
    21) Racket Girls
    22) Black Zoo
    23) The Deserter
    24) Amazon Women on the Moon
    25) Vlog
    26) Go West, Young Lady
    27) The Corpse Vanishes
    28) Murders in the Zoo
    29) Young Lady Chatterly II
    30) Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter
    31) Alita: Battle Angel
    32) Cold Pursuit
    33) The Rawhide Terror
    35) The Mystery of the Hooded Horsemen
    36) Terror in a Texas Town
    37) Thirteen Women
    38) Rehearsal for Murder
    39) The Terror of Tiny Town
    40) The Ghoul (1933)
    41) Silent Night
    42) The Crime Doctor's Strangest Case
    43) Petticoat Planet
    44) Escape Room (2017)
    45) The Mountie
    46) Night School (1981)
    47) Batman: Gotham By Gaslight
    48) Panic in the Streets
    49) Midnight Movie
    50) Robin Hood (1973)

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    Continuing with my subgoals...

    Movie #19/ 1970s Movie #6/ New Movie #12/ Hugh Griffith Film #4/ Theatrical Adaptation #2: Luther
    This is part of the American Film Theaterís adaptation of thirteen major plays from the mid-twentieth century. Stacy Keach gets across the intensity and northern-ness of this particular version of Martin Luther, in a story that is fair to the three sides: Luther and the protestants noting the hypocrisy of the church, the Catholics arguing for the hierarchy, and the peasants who think more extreme measures are necessary to fix their earthly problems.
    8/10

    Movie #20/ New Movie# 13/ Criterion Collection #3/ 1960s Movie #6/ Czech Film #3/ Cold War Film #3: Return of the Prodigal Son
    An interesting work from the Czech new wave, collected in Criterionís Eclipse series, this drama takes a look at post-World War 2 alienation and difficulty understanding one another, kinda like The Graduate in the slightly madder than usual setting of Eastern Bloc era Czechoslovakia.
    8/10

    Movie #21/ New Film #14/ 1950s Movie #2/ Criterion Edition #4/ Theatrical Adaptation #3: Othello (1952)
    The extras on the Criterion Edition are worth checking out, and could elevate this to an 8/10. Otherwise, Wellesí version of Othello is an interesting mess, often beautifully shot (For Godís sake, itís Welles) but put together rather weirdly. His lack of care about ADR dubbing shows and is distracting.
    7/10



    Movie #22/ New Film #15/ 1960s Movie #7/ Best Actress Oscar #1/ Theatrical Adaptation #4:: The Miracle Worker
    The confrontations between Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan are more violent than I expected, but it gets across the multiple difficulties of communicating with someone who is crafty but handicapped, especially when her family just wants the child to be more compliant.
    9/10

    Movie #23/ 1990s Movie #1/ William Goldman Film #5/ Best Actress Winner #2: Misery
    Kathy Bates makes the most of the role of crazed fan Annie Wilkes in a masterpiece of escalation.
    9/10

    Movie #24/ Silent Movie #2/ The ASC Top 100 #4: Sunrise
    This might be the most beautiful American silent film, depicting the differences between city life and the country. The characters are broad, but the emotions seem real, in a piece that starts out one way (a cheating husband is convinced by his mistress to kill his wife for insurance money) but goes in a different direction when he canít go through with it.
    10/10

    Movie #25/ 2018 Movie #3 / New Movie #16: Vox Lux
    This take on school shootings, terrorism, celebrity pop culture, teen pregnancy, and a host of other issues disappeared from theaters/ Oscar consideration without much notice, but is clever enough in terms of topics addressed, and twisting revelations that it could be a cult hit.
    8/10

    Movie #26/ New Film #17/ 1960s Movie #8/ Hugh Griffith Film #5/ Criterion Edition #6/ Best Picture Film #3: Tom Jones
    A fun adaptation of a literary classic about a young man, raised well but of poor birth, who just finds women falling in love with him. Albert Finney might be the best passive lead of any film. It has four acting nominations, and even one that isnít entirely deserved (Diana Silentoís raunchier girlfriend is probably not one of the five best of the year) could have gone to another (Joan Greenwood as the main love interest.)
    9/10

    Movie #27/ New Film #18/ 2000s Movie #1/ Documentary #1/ Finnish Film #1/ Seen In Theaters #3: Helsinki Forever
    This was shown in the Anthology Film archive as part of a series of city symphonies, which I checked out due to Estoniaís connections to Finland. Itís quite good as a look at the different areas of the city, and how that has been depicted in its pop culture. Itís a well-made video essay that keeps it up for 70+ minutes.
    9/10

    Movie #28/ New Movie# 19/ 1960s Movie #9/ Czech Film #4/ Medieval Films #3: Valley of the Bees
    I am convinced that the people involved with Game of Thrones have seen Frantiöek VlŠčilís films and that Medieval Czechoslovakia is essentially the North. Itís a simpler version of themes from Marketa Lazarova, but worthwhile in its own right as an exploration of religious meaning, and the questions of loyalty and compromise.
    7/10

    Movie #29/ 1930s Movie #3/ Criterion Edition #7/ Best Picture Winner #4/ Best Actor Winner #3/ Best Actress Winner #3: It Happened One Night
    This is just one of the most satisfying films ever. Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert have astounding chemistry in a film that has an excellent take on its era, and some of the best screwball sequences ever. This time around, I had an appreciation for all the side characters.
    10/10

    Movie #30/ New Movie #20/ 2019 Movie #2/ Seen In Theaters #4: Battle Angel Alita
    This sci-fi film is an interesting mess. The world is well-built, and they establish the mysteries pretty well. The central romance takes some interesting turns. The bad guys are a bit unsatisfying, especially since much of it is setting up a sequel. But itís solid.
    7/10

    Movie #31/ New Movie# 21/ Criterion Collection #8/ 1960s Movie #10/ Czech Film #5/ Cold War Film #4: Loves of a Blonde
    An interesting companion to Firemanís Ball, with much of the same cast, and some similar themes about bureaucrats trying and failing in their efforts to bring joy to the public, while focusing on a young womanís poorly conceived reunion with a former boyfriend.
    8/10



    Movie #32/ New Movie #22/ 1930s Movie #4/ Michael Curtiz Film #3: Doctor X
    This is a strange artifact of a particular time in film, as sound is a few years in its infancy, the dark house horror is giving way to something else, and theyíre trying a new form of coloring; the two-color technicolor, which didnít last very long but contributes to a creepy dream-like mood.
    6/10

    Movie #33/ 1950s Movie #3/ Japanese Film #1/ Criterion Edition #9/ ASC Top 100 #5/ Medieval Film #4: The Seven Samurai
    This may just be the most perfect concept for a movie ever; a story that has much to say about Japanís feudal era, but that can be (and has been) translated into other genres. Seven warriors of disparate abilities and attitudes band together to protect a town of peasants from bandits. This opens up the possibility for all types of conflicts and secrets, and thatís just what Kurosawa provides, along with beautiful cinematography. Toshiro Mifune is a standout as the groupís wild-card, but all the samurai have their moments, as do the villagers. According to Watchmojo, it counts as a medieval film.
    10/10

    Movie #34/ 2010s Movie #1: Dunkirk
    Watching it again, I am convinced that it was the best movie of the last five years, and that it was an injustice that The Shape of Water beat it for Best Picture. It is also likely Nolanís masterpiece, and one of the great recent accomplishments in film editing.
    10/10

    Movie #35/ New Movie #23/ 2018 Movie #4: Black Mirror- Bandersnatch
    This was an interesting experiment, and something that can only be done in streaming video, an exploration of the different ways a character can go, although a bit hindered by story branches that change the past in ways that donít seem to play fair. The connection between the young programmerís work and the viewerís choices makes for satisfying commentary.
    8/10

    Movie #36/ New Movie #24/ 2019 Movie #3/ Seen In Theaters #5: Captain Marvel
    This is probably one of the weaker Marvel Cinematic Universe films, which highlights the overall strength of the series. The narrative is a bit overly complicated, with planted memories and a lot of tonal shifts. High points for supporting performances by Annette Benning and Ben Mendelsohn, who initially starts out as the generic villain but then becomes something more.
    7/10

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    Movie #37/ New Film #25/ 1970s Movie #7/ Dustin Hoffman Film #3/ Best Actor Winner #4/ Best Picture Winner #5: Kramer VS Kramer
    Very solid family drama that toes a delicate line when tackling a difficult issue of the breakdown of a family, elevated by Meryl Streep giving tremendous depth to the ex-wife in what may her best performance ever, and one of the best supporting performances ever.
    10/10

    Movie #38/ New Film #26/ 1940s Movie #2/ Competition #5A: Spellbound
    Might be the most notable Hitchcock film I hadnít seen before. A curiosity on multiple levels, dealing with the topics of psychoanalysis (not as respected now) and the difficulties of a womanís professional life in the 1940s, with performances by Ingrid Bergman at her peak, Gregory Peck at his peck (four Academy Award nominations in five years, and a lead role in a Best Picture winner; still weird to see him when heís young), the sole Academy Award nomination of the legendary Russian actor Michael Chekhov (nephew of Anton) and dream sequences designed by Salvador Dali.
    7/10

    Movie #39/ New Film #27/ 1940s Movie #3/ Best Actress Oscar #4/ Michael Curtiz Film #4/ Competition #5B: Mildred Pierce
    An interesting companion with Spellbound due to the focus on the difficulty women have in establishing professional lives. Much has been written about how this is the perfect Joan Crawford role, as her family life collapses while she gains professional success. Excellent noir framing by Michael Curtiz.
    9/10

    Movie #40/ 1950s Movie #4/ Criterion Collection #10/ Competition #1B: Some Like It Hot
    It remains one of the funniest movies ever. This time around I was focusing on Jack Lemmonís initial lusting after Marilyn Monroe (for obvious reasons) and the shift to helping out Tony Curtis/ romancing a wealthy Floridian, and how the poor guy may have just cracked under the strain.
    10/10

    Movie #41/ New Movie# 28/ 1980s Movie #2/ Medieval Films #5: The Name of the Rose
    This murder mystery in a medieval library allows for a different type of detective with Sean Conneryís academic priest, and Christian Slaterís novice makes for a solid audience surrogate, as they uncover a conspiracy and the corruption in a monastery. Beautiful sets (especially the libraryís labyrinth) and some interesting explorations of theology and truth, although compromised.
    7/10

    Movie #42/ New Movie #29/ 1930s Movie #5/ Michael Curtiz Film #5: The Mystery of the Wax Museum
    Superior to Curtizís other two-color Technicolor horror (and demonstrating a pattern of his work being better the second time he tries something) with the wax museum as a compelling location, and the villain interesting enough to justify remakes.
    7/10

    Movie #43/ New Movie #30/ 1940s Movie #4/ Criterion Collection #11: Detour
    The Criterion restoration of the B-movie highlights a noir that is in some ways so typical of the genre as to be generic (a man in a car with a fedora and a femme fatale, fog-filled streets, stormy nights, the illusions of Hollywood) but made unique with a lead who is more of a sad-sack than most (his top competition might be Scarlet Streetís Edmund G Robinson) and a femme fatale who is bitter, desperate and not making the best decisions. It slides from generic to defining at times.
    8/10

    Movie #44/ New Movie #31/ 1930s Movie #6/ German Film #1/ Seen In Theaters #6: The Steel Animal
    I caught this in the Anthology Film Archives with my train buff father, and it wasnít what I anticipated. I expected some kind of Man with a Movie Camera style-documentary on a famed German train line, although itís more of a straight narrative, one seemingly influenced by Soviet realism. Itís often visually striking, but weird to figure out; an educated engineer quickly accepted by the workmen heís paired with as he tells the stories of the tragedies that led to the success of locomotives (the individual stories arenít the best-told). The director was locked up in an asylum by Goebbels allegedly for failing to be triumphant enough, but the way itís almost a love story between the lead and one of the workmen couldíve been a factor in that as well.
    6/10

    Movie #45/ 1970s Movie #8/ New Movie #32/ Dustin Hoffman Film #4/ Theatrical Adaptation #5: Lenny
    Itís weird to see Dustin Hoffman in a black and white movie. The Lenny Bruce biopic captures the different sides of the man; the innovative comedian trying to get past the constraints of his trade, the loving family man, the guy who gives into his worst impulses- cheating on his wife with a nurse he meets after a serious car accident, and a strident crusader whose financial ills are largely his own damn fault.
    8/10



    Movie #46/ New Movie #33/ 2019 Movie #4/ Seen in Theaters #7: Us
    This works pretty well as a straightforward horror film with a dual performance by Lupita Nyongo, and a largely new mythology. There is also tremendous metaphorical depth in the enemies of the film- ďThe TetheredĒ that makes this a movie worth discussing, and analyzing for what itís saying about privilege, and the nature of reality.
    8/10

    Movie #47/ 2010s Movie #1/ Best Actress Winner #5: Silver Linings Playbook
    It has the structure of an old-fashioned romantic comedy, but is built on 21st Century understandings of mental health and medication. Jennifer Lawrence elevates the role of the woman inexplicably in love with the male lead, selling her outrage at his hypocrisy and self-regard. The rest of the cast is excellent, with De Niroís flawed and troubled father as a highlight.
    9/10

    Movie #48/ 1980s Movie #3/ New Movie #34/ Dustin Hoffman Film #5/ Cold War Film #5: Ishtar
    I came into this aware of the filmís reputation as both being one of the most notorious flops of all time, and developing a more nuanced reputation later. For a movie so expensive the big set pieces seem uncinematic, even when thereís a gun fight with helicopters. It isnít great, but there are some funny scenes, especially in the music of the inept songwriting duo.
    4/10

    Movie #49/ 2010s Movie #1/ Cold War Film #6: The Death of Stalin
    Iím enjoying this film even more the second time around. It might be one of the best of the decade. The cast is uniformly excellent, selling a variety of roles: Buscemiís scheming Khrushchev, Jason Issacís ultra alpha male Field Marshall Zhukov, Michael Palinís floundering and hesitant Molotov, Andrea Riseboroughís logically hysterical Svetlana Stalin, Olga Kurylenkoís noble music legend, and Jeffrey Tamborís incompetent Malenkov. It works as a dark comedy, a power struggle, and an examination of ideas.
    10/10

    Movie #50/ New Movie #35/ 1930s Movie #7/ Best Actor Winner #5/ Competition #5B: The Informer
    John Fordís first of four best directing wins is for a beautifully shot expressionistic drama about a momentous night in the life of an IRA lunkhead, driven by poverty to inform on his best friend. Thereís a lot of mid-30s overacting, and the metaphors arenít exactly subtle, but Victor McLaglen works as the desperate and quick to anger antihero.
    9/10

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bloodbones View Post
    Why is this thread not in TV/Film forum? I'm in!

    Here's what I watched since the start of the year:

    1. Creed II (Cinema)
    2. Aquaman (Cinema)
    3. Escape Room (Cinema)
    4. Replicas (Cinema)
    5. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (Rental)
    6. Bird Box (Netflix)
    7. The Upside (Cinema)
    8. Unbreakable (Rental)
    9. Glass (Cinema)
    10. Green Book (Cinema)
    11. First Reformed (what a weird movie!!) (Rental)
    12. Can You Ever Forgive Me? (Cinema)
    13. The Favourite (Cinema)
    14. Happy Death Day 2U (Cinema)
    15. A Star is Born (Rental)
    16. Fighting With My Family (Cinema)
    17. Cold Pursuit (Cinema)
    Total: 17

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    18. Captain Marvel (Cinema)
    19. Incredibles 2 (Netflix)
    20. Alita Battle Angel (Cinema)
    21. Us (Cinema)
    22. The Dirt (Netflix)
    23. The Beach Bum (Cinema)
    24. Shazam! (Cinema)
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    101. Mirage (2018) - Netflix
    102. The Oath (2018) - Netflix
    103. Great Battle (2018) - Netflix
    104. A Simple Favor (2018) - DVD Rent
    105. Bad Times At El Royale (2018) - DVD Rent
    106. One For The Money (2012) - Netflix
    107. The Highwaymen (2019) - Netflix
    108. Creed II (2018) - DVD Rent
    109. The Giver (2014) - Netflix
    110. Collide (2016) - Netflix
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    181. Blow-Up (1966)
    182. The Tin Star (1957)
    183. Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)
    184. Battles Without Honor and Humanity (1973)
    185. The Fool Killer (1965)
    186. Get Out (2017)
    187. Goodbye Again (1961)
    188. Vox Lux (2018)
    189. Amy (2015)
    190. Bear Ball (2000)
    191. Dreams (1990)
    192. Amour (2012)
    193. At Eternity’s Gate (2018)
    194. How Awful About Allan (1970)
    195. Viridiana (1961)
    196. Ali: Fear Eats the Soul (1974)
    197. Contempt (1963)
    198. The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
    199. Daddy Digital Fantasy (1997)
    200. The Red Shoes (1948)

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    Endgame - 2019
    That is the land of lost content, I see it shining plain, the happy highways where I went and cannot come again.

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    I am not watching anything, right now waiting for 3rd episode of Game of Thrones. Should be crazy and lots of actions. Thank God at that day I will be in my property in Greece https://tranio.com/greece/ and not on a work trip as it usually happens. So I will open a beer and make some salty snack and enjoy the show.
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    201. The Story of Esther Costello (1957)
    202. Mid90s (2018)
    203. Rules of the Game (1939)
    204. Colette (2018)
    205. The 39 Steps (1935)
    206. Embrace of the Serpent (2016)
    207. Deadpool 2 (2018)
    208. Fracture (2007)
    209. A Woman’s Tale (1991)
    210. Molokai: The Story of Father Damien (1999)
    211. Made in Britain (1982)
    212. Where the Green Ants Dream (1984)
    213. Nights of Cabiria (1957)
    214. Jeanne Dielman, 23, Quai du Commerce 1080 Bruxelles (1975)
    215. Who Is Harry Nilsson? (2010)
    216. Gimme Danger (2016)
    217. House on Haunted Hill (1959)
    218. The Favourite (2018)
    219. Children of Paradise (1946)
    220. Dogtooth (2009)

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    111. Kin (2018) - DVD Rent
    112. Regression (2015) - Netflix
    113. The Basement (2018) - Netflix
    114. Bohemian Rhapsody (2018) - DVD Rent
    115. Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil And Vile (2019) - Netflix
    116. The Ruthless a.k.a. Lo Spietato (2019) - Netflix
    117. Border a.k.a. Gršns (2018) - Netflix
    118. Pepermint (2018) - DVD Rent
    119. Overlord (2018) - DVD Rent
    120. Silence (2019) - Netflix
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    I am really behind on this thread. I've not watched that many so far this year but will try to move things along with a starter list

    A Star is Born (2018 version)
    Captain Marvel
    United 93
    The Grey
    Avengers: Endgame

    That's all I got for now!

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    I am now officially halfway through the challenge (a little bit earlier than I expected), having just watched movie no, 75.

    For some symmetry with no. 50 I watched the 2018 version of Robin Hood. This was a schizophrenic film that I can best best describe as Arrow meets The Hunger Games. It wasn't necessarily bad, just weird, and I enjoyed it, although it was largely carried on the strength of its supporting cast. I certainly liked it more tan the Russel Crowe version.

    Movies watched so far:

    1) The Girl in Lovers Lane
    2) Scooby-Doo and Batman: The Brave and the Bold
    3) The Crucifer of Blood
    4) Colette
    5) The Phantom of Crestwood
    6) Violent Saturday
    7) Ralph Breaks the Internet
    8) The Hollow
    9) Rhymes for Young Ghouls
    10) How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
    12) The Babadook
    13) Whiteout
    14) Mary Poppins Returns
    15) The Quick and the Dead
    16) Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
    17) Zombie Nightmare
    18) Dr. Terror's House of Horrors
    19) What a Carve Up!
    20) Crime Doctor
    21) Racket Girls
    22) Black Zoo
    23) The Deserter
    24) Amazon Women on the Moon
    25) Vlog
    26) Go West, Young Lady
    27) The Corpse Vanishes
    28) Murders in the Zoo
    29) Young Lady Chatterly II
    30) Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter
    31) Alita: Battle Angel
    32) Cold Pursuit
    33) The Rawhide Terror
    35) The Mystery of the Hooded Horsemen
    36) Terror in a Texas Town
    37) Thirteen Women
    38) Rehearsal for Murder
    39) The Terror of Tiny Town
    40) The Ghoul (1933)
    41) Silent Night
    42) The Crime Doctor's Strangest Case
    43) Petticoat Planet
    44) Escape Room (2017)
    45) The Mountie
    46) Night School (1981)
    47) Batman: Gotham By Gaslight
    48) Panic in the Streets
    49) Midnight Movie
    50) Robin Hood (1973)
    51) Shandra: The Jungle Girl
    52) Being Evel
    53) Raiders of the Lost Ark
    54) Destroyer
    55) Tales of Terror
    56) Final Destination 5
    57) Night of the Demons (2009)
    58) The Butchers
    59) Unfriended: Dark Web
    60) Gang of Roses
    61) Julia X
    62) Circus of Horrors
    63) Boar
    64) The Man Who Killed Don Quixote
    65) Amusement
    66) Pet Semetary (2019)
    67) Shoot-Out at Medicine Bend
    68) Accident (2009)
    69) The Initiation
    70) Deadly Advice
    71) April and the Extraordinary World
    72) 13 Sins
    73) Theatre of Death
    74) Sky Bandits
    75) Robin Hood (2018)

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    121. BuyBust (2018) - Netflix
    122. The Wandering Earth (2019) - Netflix
    123. What Keeps You Alive (2018) - DVD Rent
    124. The Standoff At Sparrow Creek (2018) - DVD Rent
    125. Asterix & Obelix Meet Cleopatra (2002) - DVD Collection
    126. Asterix At The Olympic Games (2008) - DVD Collection
    127. Jo Pil-Ho: The Dawning Rage (2019) - Netflix
    128. The Clovehitch Killer (2018) - DVD Rent
    129. The Super (2017) - DVD Rent
    130. Revenge (2017) - DVD Rent
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    221. Studio 54 (2018)
    222. Deliverance (1972)
    223. L’Avventura (1960)
    224. Nashville (1975)
    225. Lonely Hearts (1982)
    226. Ladies in Lavender (2004)
    227. Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle (1994)
    228. Fatal Attraction (1987)
    229. In Cold Blood (1967)
    230. When I’m Sixty-Four (2004)
    231. Lolita (1962)
    232. Get Carter (1971)
    233. Suspiria (2018)
    234. WWII: China’s Forgotten War (2015)
    235. London Gangsters: The Notorious Kray Twins (2002)
    236. Drugstore Cowboy (1989)
    237. William S. Burroughs: A Man Within (2010)
    238. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (1991)
    239. The Pope of Greenwich Village (1984)
    240. Elvira, Mistress of the Dark (1988)
    241. Dressed to Kill (1980)
    242. Limelight (1952)
    243. Only God Forgives (2013)
    244. Bad Boy Bubby (1993)
    245. Blind Woman’s Curse (1971)
    246. Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom (1975)
    247. Tropical Malady (2004)
    248. Stranger by the Lake (2013)
    249. But I’m a Cheerleader (1999)
    250. The Children’s Hour (1961)

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    131. Maria (2019) - Netflix
    132. CJ7 (2008) - DVD Collection
    133. Rim Of The World (2019) - Netflix
    134. Cool World (1992) - DVD Collection
    135. Kung Fu Panda (2005) - DVD Collection
    136. A Dog Of Flanders (1999) - DVD Collection
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