Movies I Have Watched in 2016 (Part 2)

bc apparently there's a limit to how many items can be on one list????
  1. β€’
    The Road to El Dorado
    First of all, Kevin Kline and Kenneth Branagh as the voice cast is just πŸ’―. Second, my best friend and I are literally Miguel and Tullio.
  2. β€’
    The Darjeeling Limited
    It it possible to not watch a Wes Anderson film and have a full heart at the end of it? The music. The script. I think this is a movie I'd have to watch a few more times to grasp the full meaning and symbolism and themes, but I really liked it. My only criticism is Owen Wilson, but whatever.
  3. β€’
    National Treasure: Book of Secrets
    I like Nicholas Cage- I can't help it. And Helen Mirren was in it which I totally forgot about!!! It went on a little long but whatever, it was mostly enjoyable.
  4. β€’
    Ketchup Vampires 2
    I used to rent part 1 from Blockbuster regularly in childhood. Bless whoever uploaded this strange, beautiful, and weird movie onto YouTube. Now if only I could find part 1 somewhere πŸ˜ͺ
  5. β€’
    Sex Ed
    I finally decided to watch this after it's been in my Netflix list for forever. I wish parents/teachers/everyone else wouldn't be so fucking stupid about not letting kids be taught about their bodies. I wish I had been. The music in this was fun, and I really like how real Haley Joel Osment is.
  6. β€’
    Sister Act
    Hilarious. Fantastic music. Perfect cast. Forever a pick me up πŸ’–
  7. β€’
    I am a fan of this ridiculous and fun movie. I think everyone can appreciate how attractive Johnny Depp is in this, but unless you like John Waters films this may not be your cup of tea.
  8. β€’
    22 Jump Street
    The self-awareness was clever, but overall it was ehhhh. Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill are a great comedic pair.
  9. β€’
    Bend it Like Beckham
  10. β€’
    The Usual Suspects
    Idk it was fine, Kevin Spacey is obviously the shit.
  11. β€’
    If you don't like this movie there's probably something wrong with you. It's so wonderful. Danny Devito- you made a damn good film.
  12. β€’
    The Mummy
    Every time I watch this I appreciate Brendan Fraser's sass more and more. This movie is just gold, and it ignited my love of Egyptology as a child so I'm just very fond of it.
  13. β€’
    Steve Martin is the best movie dad. The whole cast was so good, but I also just love movies like this soooo.
  14. β€’
    The Young Victoria
    I can't believe I'm only just realizing how much I enjoy period drama's. Emily Blunt and Rupert Friend are terrific and their chemistry is perfect. Overall it was just a lovely film.
  15. β€’
    The Muppets Most Wanted
    The music is fucking great (@bretmckenzie) and the Muppets are probably some of my favourite characters of all time. Also the celebrity cameos are πŸ’―. Muppet movies can do no wrong.
  16. β€’
    Forgotten Silver
    The first film we watched this year for FILM1000. I thought it was legit. It's a mockumentary. I'm a gullible idiot. So at least I know to be wary with "documentaries" now. (Srsly I am so dumb) looking at it from the mockumentary angle it's very clever. Go Peter Jackson.
  17. β€’
    Bridget Jones's Baby
    Any fears I had were quashed. Honestly it was the perfect continuation. So many laugh out loud moments and Bridget and Mark were back to first movie perfect characterization. MY HEART IS FUCKING HAPPY AND I LOVE THIS MOVIE SO MUCH.
  18. β€’
    Mr. Nobody
    Still leaves me feeling existential and odd. A time before Jared Leto was a problematic weirdo asshole and instead was lovely and attractive. Young Nemo and Anna forever.
  19. β€’
    Citizen Kane
    I dunno if it's the absolute greatest film ever made but it is pretty fantastic. The make up is incredible!!!! Also Rosebud.
  20. β€’
    To Be or No To Be (1942)
    One of the funniest movies I have ever seen. I think I was supposed to pay attention to the editing as per film class but I got too caught up in its humour.
  21. β€’
    For film class- it was cool. The colours were gorgeous.
  22. β€’
    Pans Labyrinth
    What an intense, beautiful, sad lil movie. I have no idea what was real. ALSO FUCK THE FUCKING TERRIFYING PALE MAN. (In regards to the gif I knew something was gonna happen to the mom when this happened!!!!!!)
  23. β€’
    Under the Tuscan Sun
    It had its cute moments for sure. Sandra Oh is hilarious, and fucking Pawel was too precious for words.
  24. β€’
    I hate horror movies and this shit had its scary moments. Pretty good though - I thought the very last scene was well done.
  25. β€’
    The Falling
    Idk what I watched or what exactly this movie was about. Didn't exactly love it. The girl who played Abbie was super gorgeous tho.
  26. β€’
    Working Girl
  27. β€’
    The Girl on the Train
    Everyone in it was pretty good, but there was some boring parts. The last half an hour- 45 minutes was probably the best part of the whole film.
  28. β€’
    πŸ’–πŸ’– This has been on my list to watch all year. It did not disappoint in the least. Saoirse Ronan is lovely and dammit if you don't fall a little bit in love with Tony (and Jim too). πŸ’–πŸ’–
  29. β€’
    Finally decided to sit and watch the whole thing through without turning it off at the awkward parts. I get the hype and I do find some of it funny but overall it's okaaaay. Chris O'Dowd tho I'm just saying.
  30. β€’
    So maybe it has its little cliche moments but overall it's pretty cute and Jack Black is fuckin great.
  31. β€’
    Death Becomes Her
    Kooky, ridiculous, but great.
  32. β€’
    Sex and the City
    The movie! I legit just finished the series and you know what - this movie is a damn good continuation. I loved it and I don't care.
  33. β€’
    Good Will Hunting
    It more than lives up to its hype. It kind of blew me away tbh. Nobody could have deserved the Oscar more than Robin Williams in this movie.
  34. β€’
    Planes, Trains, and Automobiles
    Ok so I half paid attention but it was a fantastic performance by both Steve Martin and John Candy.
  35. β€’
    Analyze This
    Very clever and funny. Fantastic chemistry between Billy Crystal and Robert De Niro. I miss Harold Ramis so much πŸ˜₯πŸ’šπŸ’™πŸ’•
  36. β€’
    To Be or Not To Be (1983)
    First off, bae from animal house played the handsome lieutenant so that was amazing, and second off, it was just a great remake. Mel Brooks reigns supreme in comedy.
  37. β€’
    Hocus Pocus
    The penultimate Halloween movie. Literal perfection. πŸŽƒ
  38. β€’
    Adams Family Values
    You can't beat this movie. Joan Cusack is a queen. Probably one of few movies where the sequel surpasses the first one.
  39. β€’
    Stuart Little
    SO CUTE. Great cast and voice cast.
  40. β€’
    Stuart Little 2
    Still cute. I also loved that I recognized Melanie Griffths voice.
  41. β€’
    Practical Magic
    Fucking love this cast. This is one of those movies where I never remember what's going to happen but continue to be pleasantly surprised every year. #sistergoals πŸ‘―
  42. β€’
    Scooby Doo
    Fuck the haters; this movie is fantastic.
  43. β€’
    Corpse Bride
    I had a poster of this film in my room when I was 8. The music is actually fantastic and I just love Tim Burton's creativity.
  44. β€’
    I hated literally hated every part of this movie. I nearly fell asleep like 10 times in class.
  45. β€’
    Peggy Sue Got Married
    Legit looked forward to rewatching this movie for months. I love everything about it, including Nic Cage's voice. (WHY DOES NO ONE APPRECIATE THIS MOVIE???)
  46. β€’
    Vivre Sa Vie
    Fuck Jean-Luc Godard and this movie HONESTLY
  47. β€’
    Y Tu Mama Tambien
    Ya know what I really quite liked this film. It's really interesting in terms of self-reflectivity (lookin at U film class.) Also can we appreciate the humour Luisa had bc damn. Also reignited my love for Diego Luna. Also maybe initiated a love for Gael Garcia Bernal.
  48. β€’
    Cher is utter perfection. Olympia Dukakis is Queen. One of my mom's fav films and I'm very happy to say it's one of mine too. Te amo.
  49. β€’
    Adam's Rib
    The chemistry between Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn is obviously great, and that one joke about lawyers not marrying lawyers made me laugh. Also Lena Lamont was in it!!!!! I adore her. But some of the jokes just don't work in this day and age.
  50. β€’
    An Affair to Remember
    I'm gonna be honest, I expected more from this movie. Like it's cute and has it's romantic moments but overall??? πŸ™†
  51. β€’
    The Intervention
    The entire cast is great. It was just an enjoyable watch. Thx Netflix.
  52. β€’
    Annie Hall
    Idk I couldn't fully appreciate it knowing how much of a fucking disgusting creep Woody Allen is irl. Parts of it were extremely clever but I feel guilty even saying that.
  53. β€’
    No Reservations
    This was better than I remember, but still quite clichΓ© and all about tugging the heart strings. It made me not dislike Catherine Zeta-Jones as much at least.
  54. β€’
    Love Actually
    πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–The best cast, the best soundtrack, just THE BEST.
  55. β€’
    My family has an annual watching of this film at Christmas. I have no words to explain the utter perfection of humour, sarcasm, and joy that this movie is.
  56. β€’
  57. β€’
    Home Alone
    Obviously one of the greatest Christmas movies ever made. The ending and the old man just get me 😭😭
  58. β€’
    The Witches of Eastwick
    Idk it was fine, I still love Cher with all my heart.
  59. β€’
    Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery
    Honestly this movie is my childhood, I have so many memories watching this with my cousin or my parents and I still love it. Plus I now appreciate that it's largely a spoof and I'm not a 6 year old who doesn't understand sex jokes and innuendo. The best of the series, obvs.
  60. β€’
    Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
    For some reason this was always my least favourite, but honestly it has its moments. The opening title sequence is fucking hilarious. Fat Bastard is the worst character ever created though.
  61. β€’
    National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
    Clark Griswold is essentially a more psychotic Basil Fawlty. It's not my favourite Christmas movie but I get why other people love it so much.
  62. β€’
    Blades of Glory
    FEENEY FEH-HEH-HEH- HEEENEY WAS IN THIS - And Pam!!!! I love her. This movie is stupidly entertaining, plus ice skating is awesome.
  63. β€’
    How the Grinch Stole Christmas
    There are some aspects of the Grinch that I truly resonate with. Ron Howard created a beautiful and hilarious Christmas movie with so many great quotes!!!!!
  64. β€’
    That gofer dancing to Kenny Loggins brings me a stupid amount of joy. Chevy Chase is actually funny, and Bill Murray is in it. What more could I ask for?
  65. β€’
    The Holiday
    Bless whoever created this perfect movie. 2nd year of my sister and I watching this on Christmas morning πŸŽ…πŸŽ„ Also Kate Winslet and Jack Black as a romantic pairing literally makes my heart so happy - AND ARTHURRRR πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–also THIS SCORE THO
  66. β€’
    I needed some Bill Murray in my day today, and though truthfully I half paid attention I've seen this movie enough times to quote the majority of the lines and still get amused.
  67. β€’
    Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
    Matt Smith is the most perfect Mr. Collins holy shit!!!! (Plus he's not so much a creep as just laughably ignorant) I also love Sam Riley as Mr. Darcy bc he's fantastic and he and Lily James are so damn attractive together. As for the rest of the movie?? It's kinda bad, entertaining, but still eh. I'd probably give it a 6/10.
  68. β€’
    Austin Powers in Goldmember
    I love the celebrity cameos and the movie thing at the beginning!!! It's clear I like these movies I really have nothing more to say.
  69. β€’
    You've Got Mail
    Do you ever have a feeling that you will love a movie before you've even seen it? I adored this movie and Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks and Nora Ephron's dialogue and just the whole damn thing really. ALSO OMG YOUNG CHRIS MESSINA!!!!!!
  70. β€’
    La La Land
    It's so beautiful!!!!!!!! An ode to classic Hollywood musicals. Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling are just so talented and have such amazing chemistry. My sister described it as essentially Part 2 of Roman Holiday, which describes the ending perfectly. πŸ’”πŸ˜­πŸŒŸ
  71. β€’
    Quest for Camelot
    Rewatched this for the first time since childhood. Cute, good music, enjoyable plot, and those dragons are great.
  72. β€’
    The Pink Panther
    Fun Fact: I have never laughed harder in a movie theatre than when I saw this as a 9 year old. It also made me really want a Smart car. I still find it decently funny.