Movies I Should’ve Seen- New Feature!

Alright. So. A few weeks back I was thinking about fiction and media and common knowledge because I’m that kind of weird nerd and I realized that, while I’ve seen a good amount of movies, I’ve not seen even more. A lot of capital-F Films are missing from my experiences, as are tons of those movies that “everyone” has seen. And at this point, I’m wondering why I haven’t gotten around to it. I mean, I’ve got access to the largest archive of human creative achievement in the history of the species!

So why haven’t I ever sat down and watched a John Wayne movie? Why do I only pretend to know Sigourney Weaver from Alien when really she’ll always be that lady from Galaxy Quest in my mind? I mean, I’ve never even seen a Coen Brothers movie, even though I know that they’re supposed to be works of art. I don’t even have an excuse, really. But what I do have is an opportunity.

I’ve compiled a list of movies that I should’ve seen by now. It’s not a perfect list, nor a complete one. Mostly it’s a mad scramble of stuff my friends, coworkers and I brainstormed every now and then. Some genres, like Westerns and Dramas and Horror, are entirely foreign to me, so the choices there are sort of placeholders for whatever fits as the best-of for that category. But with the help of whoever reads this, I’d like to expand and refine the list and watch one of these quote-unquote classic films every week in semi-random order, starting on the first day of 2016. And then, of course, I’ll write up a sort of first-timer’s review and post it here.

So without further ado, the list. Suggestions for additions and removals are encouraged by anybody. I can’t possibly say every movie I have seen, but I’m game to respond to any feedback given.

  1. 12 Angry Men
  2. 2001: A Space Odyssey
  3. Alien
  4. Amelie
  5. American History X
  6. Annie Hall
  7. Apocalypse Now
  8. The Big Lebowski
  9. Big Trouble in Little China
  10. Blade Runner
  11. Blazing Saddles
  12. Brazil
  13. O Brother Where Art Thou
  14. Cabin in the Woods
  15. Carrie
  16. Citizen Kane
  17. Chinatown
  18. A Clockwork Orange
  19. The Color Purple
  20. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
  21. Dead Poets Society
  22. Die Hard
  23. Dirty Dancing
  24. Doctor Strangelove, Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
  25. Duck Soup
  26. Evil Dead
  27. The Exorcist
  28. Fargo
  29. The French Connection
  30. From Dusk Till Dawn
  31. Full Metal Jacket
  32. Gojira
  33. The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly
  34. Goodfellas
  35. Good Will Hunting
  36. Gremlins
  37. A Hard Day’s Night
  38. Heathers
  39. Jaws
  40. Jerry Macguire
  41. Judge Dredd
  42. Kill Bill
  43. Kung Fu Hustle
  44. Lost in Translation
  45. The Magnificient Seven
  46. Malcolm X
  47. Modern Times
  48. Monty Python’s Life of Brian
  49. No Country for Old Men
  50. North by Northwest
  51. Office Space
  52. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
  53. On The Waterfront
  54. The Prestige
  55. Primer
  56. Pulp Fiction
  57. Raging Bull
  58. Repo Man
  59. Reservoir Dogs
  60. Rocky
  61. Scarface
  62. Schindler’s List
  63. Shawshank Redemption
  64. Shawn of the Dead
  65. The Shining
  66. Silence of the Lambs
  67. Some Like It Hot
  68. Stand By Me
  69. Terminator
  70. The Third Man
  71. To Kill A Mockingbird
  72. Top Gun
  73. Wet Hot American Summer

 

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