Movies That I Have Watched for the First Time This Year

*my favorites
  1. 8 1/2* (1963)
    I didn't know what was going on half the time but I love it.
  2. 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)
  3. A.I. Artificial Intelligence* (2001)
    I knew that it was going to be sad, but was not prepared for THAT.
  4. All About Eve (1950)
  5. Athena (1954)
    Better than I thought it was going to be.
  6. Blade Runner* (1982)
    What took me so long to watch this?
  7. A Bucket of Blood (1959)
  8. Catch Me If You Can (2002)
  9. The Children Are Watching Us (1944)
  10. Christmas in Connecticut* (1945)
  11. Cinema Paradiso* (1990)
    More moving than Hugo.
  12. Divorce Italian Style (1961)
    Just a normal movie about a man in love with his cousin plotting to kill his wife.
  13. The Dream (1911)
  14. Epic (2013)
  15. Ex Machina* (2015)
    Gorgeous. Not as scary as I expected.
  16. The Haunted House (1921)
  17. Imitation of Life* (1934)
    Wonderful and heartbreaking.
  18. It Happened One Night (1934)
    Almost made me kind of like Clark Gable.
  19. Jane Eyre (1944)
    That little girl was intolerable.
  20. Jupiter Ascending (2015)
  21. The Kid* (1921)
    I'm still crying.
  22. Le Notti Bianche* (1957)
    Beautifully simple and touching.
  23. Libeled Lady* (1936)
    Powell. Loy. Harlow. Tracy. I love all of these people, and they are all great in this movie.
  24. Lolita (1962)
    None of my children will have heart-shaped sunglasses ever.
  25. Love in the Afternoon (1957)
  26. The More the Merrier (1943)
    I love Jean Arthur.
  27. A Most Violent Year* (2014)
    Very aesthetic.
  28. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (1941)
  29. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
    People like this movie?
  30. Now, Voyager* (1942)
  31. The Organizer (1963)
    Not uplifting at all.
  32. The Young Philadelphians (1959)
  33. Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1960)
    Doris Day.
  34. The Priest's Wife* (1971)
    Classic ambiguous ending.
  35. Rachel, Rachel* (1968)
    Really, really good. The fact that Paul Newman directed Joanne Woodward is super cute.
  36. A Slightly Pregnant Man (1973)
    I don't even know.
  37. Soylent Green* (1973)
    The fact that the scene where his character dies was the last thing that Edward G. Robinson ever filmed is all the more heartbreaking. I wish that my dad didn't spoil the end for me years ago.
  38. Strange Magic (2015)
    The animation is beautiful, but everything else is awful.
  39. The Two Mrs. Carrolls* (1947)
    I never imagined that Barbara Stanwyck and Humphrey Bogart would be in the same movie, and I'm glad that they were. The end is truly scary. Give me more horror movies about artists, please.
  40. Tomorrowland (2015)
  41. Topper (1937)
  42. Twice-Told Tales (1963)
    A great three-for-one deal.
  43. Two Weeks with Love (1950)
    Debbie Reynolds and Ricardo Montalbán in the same movie? This is beyond my wildest dreams!
  44. The Uninvited* (1944)
    I love Ray Milland and Ruth Hussey. This is what Stella by Starlight is from! The only reason that I know that song is that Riker played it on his trombone on Star Trek: TNG and my dad told me the name of the song. I always remembered that fact, and now it has come full circle. The universe make sense.
  45. The Women* (1939)
    A cast entirely made up of women? Yes, please. Even Paulette Goddard is in it.
  46. Without Love (1945)
    Tracy and Hepburn AND Lucille Ball.
  47. Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow* (1963)
    An even better three-for-one deal. The first part is my favorite.