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Watch 100 movies I've never seen before
 
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1. Zootopia
2. Captain America: Civil War
3. Murder on the Orient Express
4. X-Men: Apocalypse
5. Central Intelligence
6. Finding Dory
7. Get Hard
8. The Amazing Spider-Man 2
9. We Are Your Friends
10. Tomorrowland
11. Star Trek Beyond
12. Ghostbusters (2016)
13. The Good Dinosaur
14. Four Weddings and a Funeral
15. Thelma and Louise
16. How To Be Single
17. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
18. The Wedding Ringer
19. What About Bob?
20. Friday The 13th
21. The Gift Of Love
22. Die Hard
23. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
24. The Night Before
25. Whiplash
26. La La Land
27. Dial M for Murder
28. Infinitely Polar Bear
29. The World's End
30. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter
31. Suicide Squad (Extended Edition)
32. Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me
33. Get A Job
34. The Bronze
35. Grandma
36. Moana
37. Beauty and the Beast (2017)
38. 12 Rounds 3: Lockdown
39. Doctor Strange
40. Double Jeopardy
41. Neil Gaiman: Dream Dangerously
42. She's All That
43. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (x2)
44. Dirty Dancing remake
45. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
46. Elle
47. Wonder Woman (x2)
48. The Phantom of the Opera (1943)
49. Ghost in the Shell
50. Friday the 13th Part 2
51. Spider-Man: Homecoming
52. Baywatch
53. Step Brothers
54. The Princess and the Frog
55. The Mountain Between Us
56. Happy Death Day
57. Murder on the Orient Express (2017)
58. Thor: Ragnarok
59. Big Hero 6
60. Coco
61. Boone the Bounty Hunter
62. Justice League
63. Star Wars: The Last Jedi
64. A Christmas Story
65. Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle
66. It Happened One Night (1934)
67. My Man Godfrey
68. The Shape of Water
69. Rough Night
70. Hysteria
71. It Had To Be You
72. The Meddler
73. The Hollars
74. His Girl Friday
75. The Greatest Showman
76. Tickling Giants
77. Bringing Up Baby
78. The Lady Eve
79. Hidden Figures
80. The Awful Truth
81. The Palm Beach Story
82. Black Panther
83. Sullivan's Travels
84. Double Indemnity
85. The Killers (1946)
86. The Diary of a Teenage Girl
87. Peter Rabbit
88. The Asphalt Jungle
89. The Killers (1964)
90. Out of the Past
91. City of God
92. Chinatown
93. L.A. Confidential
94. Avengers: Infinity War
95. A Quiet Place
96. Visions of Light: The Art of Cinematography
97. The Cutting Edge: The Magic of Movie Editing
98. Sherlock Jr.
99. The General (1926)
100. Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans
101. Solo: A Star Wars Story
102. Citizen Kane
103. The Big Heat
104. Breathless
105. Hush
106. That weird cinema verite film
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Note added by sarah. 7 days ago
1. Rams (Icelandic film)
2. The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared (Swedish film)
3. The Witch (2016)
4. The Babadook (2014)
5. First Wives Club (1996)
6. Bachelorette (2012)
7. Waking Ned Divine (1998)
8. Hector (2015)
9. Sweet Bean (Japanese)
10. Girlhood (French)
11. Brigend (2015)
12. My Father's Guests (French)
13. Christmas, Again (2014)
14. Uncle Nick (2015)
15. Krampus
16. The Good Neighbor (2016)
17. Hard Candy (2005)
18. I, Daniel Blake (2016)
19. Trainspotting (1996)
20. Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day (2008)
21. The Princess Bride (1987)
22. Ae Fond Kiss (2004)
23. Heathers (1988)
24. I Don't Feel at Home in this World Anymore (2017)
25. The Young Offenders (Irish)
26. Trainspotting 2
27. Get Out
28. The Gift (2015)
29. The Bye Bye Man
30. The Visit
31. Home Invasion
32. Split
33. The Disappointment Room (2016)
34. Void (2017)
35. The House (2017)
36. The Stanford Prison Experiment
37. Child's Play (1988)
38. Funny Games (2007)
39. Trash Fire (2008)
40. Honeymoon (2014)
41. The Dead Room (2015)
42. Berlin Syndrome
43. IT (2017)
44. Gerald's Game (2017)
45. Practical Magic (1998)
46. Room
47. The African Doctor (French)
48. 1922 (Stephen King film)
49. What Dreams May Come (1998)
50. Blackway
51. The Forgotten
52. Trust (2017)
53. 45 Years
54. Ex Machina
55. Bad Match
56. A Bad Day for the Cut (Irish)
57. Moon
58. The Ritual
59. Backcountry
60. Super Dark Times
61. Kaleidoscope
62. A Patch of Fog
63. Caddyshack 2
64. Dismissed
65. Three Billboards
66. Ruthless People (1986)
67. Calibre (2018)
68. A Quiet Place (2018)
69. The Snowman (2018)
70. Highlander (1986)
71. Locke (2018)
72. Us and Them (2017) **
73. The Strangers (2008)
74. Mindhorn
75. Seamonsters (2011)
76. The Game (1997)
77. Fun Moms Dinner (2017)
78. Beyond the Gates (2016)
79. Company Men (2010)
80. Delirium (2018)
81. Stephanie
82. Clear History (2013)
83. The Breakfast Club (1985)
84. Playdate (2012)
85. Spotlight (2015)
86. Summer of '84 (2018)
87. Ghostbusters (1984)
88. Searching (2018)
89. The Sleeping Room (2014)
90. Arachnophobia (1990)
91. The Endless (2017)
92. Seven in Heaven (2018)
93. Malevolent (2018)
94. As Above, So Below (2014) *
95. They're Watching (2016)
96. Last Shift (2014) *
97. Oculus (2013)
98. The Wee Man
99. Teen Wolf (1985)
100. Throw Momma From The Train
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Note added by Janessa. 15 days ago
1. The Mummy
2. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
3. Victoria and Abdul
4. Christopher Robin
5. Reign of Fire
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Photo added by Megan . 6 months ago
Kaleidoscope, Rupert Jones-- Enh. The director's definitely got a natural eye, but this was just trying way too hard.
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A Wrinkle In Time, Ava DuVernay-- This was such a colossally important book to both me and Meg that we're still processing allll the feels over it. It was not my personal Wrinkle in Time, but I can clearly see how it was DuVernay's personal Wrinkle in Time, and I think it's a very important one for a generation of marginalized colors. Glad she got it right. The kids did an amazing job. The costumes in particular were incredible.
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Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, Park Chan-Wook-- Great to finally see one of his earliest films and the beginning of the Vengeance trilogy. Raw and brutal and hilarious.
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Note added by sarah. 9 months ago
1. Rams (Icelandic film)
2. The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared (Swedish film)
3. The Witch (2016)
4. The Babadook (2014)
5. First Wives Club (1996)
6. Bachelorette (2012)
7. Waking Ned Divine (1998)
8. Hector (2015)
9. Sweet Bean (Japanese)
10. Girlhood (French)
11. Brigend (2015)
12. My Father's Guests (French)
13. Christmas, Again (2014)
14. Uncle Nick (2015)
15. Krampus
16. The Good Neighbor (2016)
17. Hard Candy (2005)
18. I, Daniel Blake (2016)
19. Trainspotting (1996)
20. Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day (2008)
21. The Princess Bride (1987)
22. Ae Fond Kiss (2004)
23. Heathers (1988)
24. I Don't Feel at Home in this World Anymore (2017)
25. The Young Offenders (Irish)
26. Trainspotting 2
27. Get Out
28. The Gift (2015)
29. The Bye Bye Man
30. The Visit
31. Home Invasion
32. Split
33. The Disappointment Room (2016)
34. Void (2017)
35. The House (2017)
36. The Stanford Prison Experiment
37. Child's Play (1988)
38. Funny Games (2007)
39. Trash Fire (2008)
40. Honeymoon (2014)
41. The Dead Room (2015)
42. Berlin Syndrome
43. IT (2017)
44. Gerald's Game (2017)
45. Practical Magic (1998)
46. Room
47. The African Doctor (French)
48. 1922 (Stephen King film)
49. What Dreams May Come (1998)
50. Blackway
51. The Forgotten
52. Trust (2017)
53. 45 Years
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Black Panther, Ryan Coogler-- Absolutely perfect. Everything fun about a Marvel movie but so far removed from the toxic white male fanboy culture. The afrofuturism. The culture. The costumes. The architecture. The politics. The strong womanism. The reinvented soundtrack. The hotness. Gahhhhh it was just so goooood.
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The Duke of Burgundy, Peter Strickland-- The eternal struggle: "This movie has lesbians in it but it is by a man." This was a surprisingly good offering despite that, framed very conscious of the male gaze. A solid exploration of the dynamics and banalities of kink and how feminine stereotypes play into romantic roles, somehow simultaneously lush and cold in Strickland's gorgeous retro style. Bonus points for having a faux perfume credit.
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The Autopsy of Jane Doe, André Øvredal-- This was so much fun and so well filmed. Great framing, great cinematography, great palette. One of the more original takes on the ghost story that I've seen in awhile and some perfect tension and visuals.
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The Shape of Water, Guillermo del Toro-- Finally! Only took a baker's dozen Oscar nominations to get this playing in my city. Absolutely worth the wait. Equal measures romantic and dreamy and dark and gritty and classic and subversive, pure del Toro. Loved it.
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Allied, Robert Zemeckis-- Didn't particularly care for the movie itself, but mmmm those costumes.
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Life, Daniel Espinosa-- I loved having sci-fi horror that was so much closer to present-day tech instead of them just having super futuristic solutions to rely on. The science was wonky at best, but the creature concept based on slime molds and was brilliant and it was still super fun.
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It Comes At Night, Trey Edward Shults-- Just excellent. Grief and loss and fear and paranoia and toxic masculinity in a smart, tense existential horror package. Schults pulled some very beautiful tricks with aspect ratio that were so subtle I had to run the film back to make sure I had really seen them.
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Team Foxcatcher, Jon Greenhalgh-- A solid little true crime doc that owes a lot to how much of a status symbol VHS camcorders were at the time of the events. A couple really nice uses of present day footage vs event audio and some nice framing.
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Note added by sarah. 10 months ago
1. Rams (Icelandic film)
2. The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared (Swedish film)
3. The Witch (2016)
4. The Babadook (2014)
5. First Wives Club (1996)
6. Bachelorette (2012)
7. Waking Ned Divine (1998)
8. Hector (2015)
9. Sweet Bean (Japanese)
10. Girlhood (French)
11. Brigend (2015)
12. My Father's Guests (French)
13. Christmas, Again (2014)
14. Uncle Nick (2015)
15. Krampus
16. The Good Neighbor (2016)
17. Hard Candy (2005)
18. I, Daniel Blake (2016)
19. Trainspotting (1996)
20. Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day (2008)
21. The Princess Bride (1987)
22. Ae Fond Kiss (2004)
23. Heathers (1988)
24. I Don't Feel at Home in this World Anymore (2017)
25. The Young Offenders (Irish)
26. Trainspotting 2
27. Get Out
28. The Gift (2015)
29. The Bye Bye Man
30. The Visit
31. Home Invasion
32. Split
33. The Disappointment Room (2016)
34. Void (2017)
35. The House (2017)
36. The Stanford Prison Experiment
37. Child's Play (1988)
38. Funny Games (2007)
39. Trash Fire (2008)
40. Honeymoon (2014)
41. The Dead Room (2015)
42. Berlin Syndrome
43. IT (2017)
44. Gerald's Game (2017)
45. Practical Magic (1998)
46. Room
47. The African Doctor (French)
48. 1922 (Stephen King film)
49. What Dreams May Come (1998)
50. Blackway
51. The Forgotten
52. Trust (2017)
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The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Yorgos Lanthimos-- One of my favorite directors does it again. The alienation and remove in his long shots, the cinematography, his trademark flat stilted delivery, the almost unbearable dread tinged with black humor. An amazing retelling of a classic myth.
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Bluebeard, Su-yeon Lee-- Really well shot, good color palette, just a bit too glacially paced for me.
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Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Rian Johnson. Real mixed feelings here, but I did enjoy it. I'm probably gonna be processing it for awhile still.
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Note added by Cat. 10 months ago
1. Thor: Ragnarok (2017)
2. Nacho Libre (2006)
3. Wayne’s World 2 (1993)
4. Your Name (2016)
5. Zodiac (2007)
6. Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017)
7. The Great Outdoors (1988)
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The Revenant, Alejandro González Iñárritu-- Eeeenhhh. I mean, it wasn't bad. Leo definitely earned his Oscar. Just. Ennnnhhhhh.
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Somm, Jason Wise-- I was hoping to come away from this doc with more knowledge about wine as a hobby/passion/lifestyle and about wine in general, but mainly came away from it satisfied from watching privileged alpha male wine bros fail miserably. Which was potentially even better.
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Finders Keepers, J. Clay Tweel and Bryan Carberry-- A documentary about a custody battle for an amputated leg. Every bit as strange and funny as you'd expect from that, but surprisingly moving as well.
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Raw, Julia Ducournau-- More horror about women by women, please! Smart, slick, visceral (no pun intended), surprisingly realistic.
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Note added by Mindy Bogue. 1 years ago
1. Remember the Titans
2. Jurassic World
3. Merchants of Doubt (documentary)
4. The Culling
5. The Reaping
6. Big Eyes
7. Ant-Man
8. 1971 (recent documentary)
9. The Iceman
10. Captain America: Civil War
11. The Stanford Prison Experiment
12. Every Secret Thing
13. Child 44
14. 27 Dresses
15. Snow White and the Huntsman
16. The Huntsman: Winter's War
17. X-Men: Acocalypse
18. Sinister II
19. Europa Report
20. The Walk
21. The Visit
22. As Above, So Below
23. Crimson Peak
24. The Conjuring 2
25. Star Trek Beyond
26. Suffragette
27. Why Horror? (doc)
28. What We Do in the Shadows
29. White Light/Black Rain (doc)
30. Living with Lincoln (doc)
31. Angels of Darkness
32. Victor Frankenstein
33. The Bourne Ultimatum
34. The Gathering Storm (about Churchill)
35. Cloud Atlas
36. The Forest
37. Four Little Girls (documentary)
38. The Fifth Wave
39. Kingdom of Heaven
40. Max Steel
41. It Follows
42. The Wicked Within
43. Moon
44. St. Vincent
45. Rogue One
46. Superman v. Bateman
47. Sing
48. Midnight Special
49. Trumbo
50. Split
51. Beware Slenderman (documentary)
52. Bright Lights (documentary)
53. Zootopia
54. Logan
55. The Young Victoria
56. The Plot to Make A King: Prince Philip (doc)
57. After
58. Independence Day: Resurgence
59. Riddick
60. 25th Hour
61. The Purge:Election Year
62. The Strangers
63. Blood Creek
64. Lake Erie
65. In the Heart of the Sea
66. The Witch
67. 10 Cloverfield Ln
68. Dead Awake
69. The Hateful Eight
70. Neil Gaiman documentary
71. The Babadook
72. Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
73. Dark Places
74. Citizen X
75. Henrietta Lacks
76. Into the Forest
77. Despicable Me 3
78. The Other Side of the Door
79. Dunkirk
80. Alice, Sweet Alice
81. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
82. The 33
83. Beyond the Sea
84. The Woods
85. Nocturnal Animals
86. 28 Days Later
87. Black Christmas
88. Mr. Holmes
89. The Vanishing
90. Bull Durham
91. Shut In
92. Below
93. The Messengers
94. Within
95. The Ghost Writer
96. Passengers
97. Jackie
98. Going to Pieces: Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film
99. Heir to an Execution
100. The Hole
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Ex Machina, Alex Garland-- Desperately wanted to be smarter than it was. Oscar Isaac was fun as hell to watch, though.
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Sunset Boulevard, Billy Wilder-- Loved every melodramatic minute of this one. What a hilarious movie.
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Berberian Sound Studio, Peter Strickland-- Ultra-groovy mix of the technical aspect of film, foley and mixing, and unsettling, assaultive surrealism all with a kitschy 70s Italian aesthetic. Loved this.
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Man on Wire, James Marsh-- Hilarious and adventurous. The typical talking-heads format has never been this entertaining.
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Deep Water, Louise Osmond and Jerry Rothwell-- Fascinating and tragic. Equal parts nautical adventure and mystery, a portrait of a deeply flawed but sympathetic man.
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Demon, Marcin Wrona-- A well-crafted Jewish parable equal parts unsettling horror and black comedy. This was incredibly good, which makes it even sadder that it was taken down so hard by vote brigading. Truly a sad ending for Wrona.
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The Third Man, Carol Reed-- A classic very dimly remembered from my childhood and thoroughly enjoyed as an adult. Great wit, great acting, great use of space and shadows and the backdrop of post-war Vienna. The only thing I wasn't sold on was the zither.
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Meru, Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi-- The last movie for my documentaries goal. I was kind of torn on this one; the cinematography was stunning, the shots of the mountain peaks and the thrilling climbs. But the story itself really needed some outside perspective. Worth it alone for some of those mountain views, I guess.
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A Cure For Wellness, Gore Verbinski-- This is just sheer unbridled gothic romance in a slick modern horror package. But it's so perfectly visually composed and shot that I have to forgive it its plot.
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The Blackcoat's Daughter, Oz Perkins-- This was pretty flawed, especially the disconnect between a very slow, understated first 2/3 and a more mainstream-feeling last third. But I still thoroughly enjoyed how creepy and dreamlike the whole thing was, and how Perkins used ambient sound and quiet moments.
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Leviathan, Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Verena Paravel-- A near-silent, near-abstract tone poem of the Alaskan fishing industry. Brutal, dreamlike, and terrifying. I loved it.
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Moulin rouge - omg...no lol
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Guardians of the galaxy 2 - quite good actually
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Room 237, Rodney Ascher-- A fascinating look at the hidden symbolism and subtext that people ascribe to Kubrick's The Shining, from the Holocaust to the Minotaur to Kubrick's hidden confession that he faked the moon landing. I absolutely loved the juxtaposition of voiceover with Kubrick's other films rather than talking head shots. Just fascinating.
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Kedi, Ceyda Torun-- Great documentary on the street cats of Istanbul and on the city's culture of accepting and caring for them. Could have been edited a bit tighter, but loads of personality and heart. And kitty cats.