Lists by smcgann14
Films I plan to watch or have already watched on Amazon Prime. I've added my ratings of the films I've watched and whether or not they're free with Prime. Watched for a class: Modern Times, The Last Laugh, It Happened One Night, His Girl Friday, Shadow of a Doubt, Rear Window, Psycho, Singin' in the Rain, Cabaret, The Searchers, McCabe and Mrs. Miller, Rashomon/Within Our Gates/Blood Brother, The Look of Silence
A list of actresses who showed their bare breasts in films, ranked by how many times they've done it. Person must have a profile photo on IMDb and not be an actual porn star to appear. Data collected from celebritymoviearchive.com
*Oscar Nominated: 28
**Oscar Win: 5 (Alicia Vikander in 2015, Kate Winslet in 2008, Charlize Theron in 2003, Halle Berry in 2001, Juliette Binoche in 1996)
Good up to Julienne Davis
Last edited: Feb. 24, 2017
I decided to make a separate list of my favorite docs because I don't put them on my favorite films of all time list.
Batman films: 6 films Spider-Man films: 3 films X-Men films: 4 films Superman films: 1 film Suicide Squad films: 1 film Mask films: 1 film Miscellaneous one-offs: 3
As best as I can determine.
The whole she-bang https://www.criterion.com/library/list_view?pp=all
597 films have the CC artwork as their poster on IMDb
Here's a list of all the "content" YouTube Red has to offer. Not on IMDb: Dan and Phil - The Amazing Tour is Not on Fire (2016); Prank Academy (2016)
Since they're not included on the IMDb Top 250. Incomplete. 2009-2016.
Watch out for: Speciesism: The Movie (8.5, 998); Australia's Lost Gold: The Legend of Lasseter (8.5, 959); Magic & Bird: A Courtship of Rivals (8.4, 934); Puskás Hungary (8.7, 902); Queen: Days of Our Lives (8.5, 888); The War You Don't See (8.5, 858); The Weight of Chains 2 (9.4, 837); Adele Live at the Royal Albert Hall (8.6, 795)
Courtesy of Lost Media Wiki Not on here: 15.000 Dibujos (1942); Asterix et la Serpe d'Or (1967); Big Bug Man (2006); Bulgasari (1962); Canzo Empyrean (2007); The Cigarette and the Weed (1980s); The Commander Cus shorts (1970s); Deep Kick (1995); Doraemon: Robot War (1982); Freaky Flickers: Quest for the Golden Flicker (2009); The Frogmen (1994); Columbia College Student Film (1991); Muffy Meets the Mafia (1993); Changes (1994); Filmography of Georges Melies (1890's-1910's); Ghost World mockumentaries (2001); Groupie (1998); Heartbeat in the Brain (1970); Honolulu Nights (1990); JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Phantom Blood (2007); Lafflets shorts (1922-1923); Mess O' Blues (1993); Nasrudin (1972); Orion (2010); Oswald shorts (1927-1928); Little Rascals shorts (1920's); The Primevals (1994); Sergeant Keroro the Super Movie: Take Back the Starry Sky! The Great Chase in the Solar System!! (2011); Space Monster Wangmagwi (1967); Ring Along Sing Along (1991); St. Francis (1939); This is Bat Country (2016); Three Little Pigs and Jack in the Beanstalk shorts (1997); Uncle Walt (1964); The Works (1984); The World of Power and Women (1933)
I picked 25,000 votes as that's the required number of votes to appear on the Top 250. Films nominated for Documentary or Foreign Language Film are not included unless they were also nominated for another award. List last updated: February 12, 2017. (+178, +10,602) 1966-2016. Most films from a given year on this list: 31 from 1966. Made it into the Top 250: Song of the Sea (8.2, 2014, #248); Manchester by the Sea (8.1, 2016, #229); Moonlight (8.0, 2016)
Unlike the *totally* inferior Top 250 we have now. This is a different Top 250 based on using the "IMDb Rating" setting on this list. Films above a 8.0 rating that also have over 25,000 votes. In some cases a Bollywood film might be left out due to low number of votes.
Films not on IMDb's Top 250: 26
Films to watch out for: Au Revoir Les Enfantes (8.1, 24,926); Andrei Rublev (8.4, 24,875); Out of the Past (8.1, 24,224); Paper Moon (8.2, 24,103); The Lion in Winter (8.1, 23,826); Fitzcarraldo (8.2, 23,214); The Mirror (8.2, 23,183); Sherlock Jr. (8.3, 22,901); Tangerines (8.3, 22,816); The Handmaiden (8.1, 22,668); Raise the Red Lantern (8.2, 21,652); Inherit the Wind (8.2, 21,506); Sanjuro (8.2, 21,376); The Thin Man (8.1, 21,376); White Heat (8.2, 21,374); Wolf Children (8.2, 21,294); The Rules of the Game (8.1, 21,208); The Tale of Princess Kaguya (8.1, 21,051); The Red Shoes (8.3, 20,921); The Shop Around the Corner (8.1, 20,905); Cries & Whispers (8.2, 20,809); Sweet Smell of Success (8.2, 20,783); Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion (8.3, 20,756); the Exterminating Angel (8.2, 20,588); John Wick: Chapter 2 (8.5, 20,370); Ace in the Hole (8.2, 20,316); Jean de Florette (8.1, 20,270); Harakiri (8.7, 20,020)
Films that have a chance of making it on my revamped version of the Top 250, with the #250 film present to show if a film rises.
Dramatization of the controversial confirmation hearings of Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.
Episode from each season: Season 1 (5), Season 2 (7), Season 3 (7), Season 4 (2), Season 13 (3), Season 15 (1)
A term I've coined for a trend in Comedy Central programming, where a comedian who is then hot property (or occasionally a has-been) is given a Comedy Central series that lasts for at most a season (two if they're lucky). Shortly thereafter, their popularity will have died down. Most of these shows downplay the strengths of the actual hosting comedian and are often copycats of previously successful programming such as Chappelle's Show and The Daily Show.
The complete list ranked.
Not including foreign films that I watched a dub of. So The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, Spirited Away, Wolf Children, Perfect Blue, The Wind Rises, When Marnie Was There, Pokémon films, and A Bullet for a Stranger are great films, they're not included in the list.
Countries with most attention:
Japan: 10 (including dubs)
South Korea: 2
Italy: 1 (including dubs)
Must have 5,000 votes or higher and a score above 7.5 to qualify. Catching Up: Kill la Kill (8.1, 4969 votes); Fate/Zero (8.4, 4658 votes); Clannad: After Story (8.8, 4655 votes); Clannad (8.1, 4494 votes); Saint Seiya (8.6, 4439 votes); Another (7.9, 4189 votes); Captain Tsubasa (8.0, 4175 votes); Erased (8.7, 4114 votes); Fruits Basket (8.1, 3978 votes); Durarara!! (8.1, 3853 votes); Toradora! (8.2, 3737 votes); Gungrave (8.1, 3710 votes); Black Butler (8.0, 3663 votes); Blood+ (7.8, 3593 votes); The Seven Deadly Sins (8.4, 3583 votes); Noragami (8.1, 3546 votes); Shin Chan (7.8, 3518 votes); Puella Magi Madoka Magica (8.4, 3475 votes). This may conflict with the Top 250 TV list, but that's the Top 250 lists for you.
Must need 10,000 votes or higher and at least a 7.0. Films catching up: Tekkonkinkreet (7.7, 9497 votes); The Place Promised in Our Early Days (7.3, 8600 votes); Appleseed Ex Machina (7.2, 8386 votes); Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa (7.5, 7849 votes); Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death & Rebirth (7.6, 7786 votes); Children Who Chase Lost Voices (7.3, 7635 votes)
Incomplete. Some guests not included as they are not on IMDb: Dr. Barry Maron, Marc's Mom, Toby Maron, "Kevin LeValley," Steve Dansiger, Darryl Loomis, Joshua Tree, Bryson Turner, Bob Ducca
In order of when I first saw it. Stuff I've only seen one or two episodes of don't count, like Sailor Moon or Crayon Shin-Chan.
Films I may watch at this year's 52nd Chicago International Film Festival.
Based on AwardsCircuit.com
Fell off: Keanu (Picture); A jamais (Actor); Money Monster (Supporting Actor); Bastards (Supporting Actress); *The Zookeeper's Wife (Picture, Director, Actor, Actress, Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress, Adapted Screenplay, Art Direction, Cinematography, Costume Design, Sound Mixing); *Tulip Fever (Actress, Costume Design); *Wilson (Picture, Director, Actor, Supporting Actress, Adapted Screenplay); *The Yellow Birds (Actor, Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress, Adapted Screenplay); *How to Talk to Girls at Parties (Supporting Actress, Adapted Screenplay, Costume Design, Makeup, Sound Mixing); Genius (Film Editing); *HHhH (Picture, Director, Actor, Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress, Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography, Costume Design, Film Editing, Makeup, Sound Mixing, Sound Editing); *War Machine (Picture, Director, Actor, Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress, Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography); *The Book of Henry (Actress, Original Screenplay); *Beat-Up Little Seagull (Actress, Supporting Actor, Original Screenplay, Cinematography); About Ray (Actress); *Weightless (Actress); True Crimes (Actor, Supporting Actress); What Happened to Monday? (Actress, Supporting Actor, Original Screenplay); *Loving Vincent (Animated Feature); Ben-Hur (Adapted Screenplay, Production Design); The Circle (Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography); LBJ (Original Screenplay); The Sense of an Ending (Supporting Actress, Adapted Screenplay); *Going in Style (Adapted Screenplay); Azhar (Adapted Screenplay); All Eyez on Me (Picture, Director, Actor, Sound Mixing, Sound Editing); Wild Oats (Original Score); Between Sea and Land (Foreign Language Film); Aloys (Foreign Language Film); Junction 48 (Foreign Language Film); Belgica (Foreign Language Film); Graduation (Foreign Language Film); A Lullaby to the Sorrowful Mystery (Foreign Language Film); Flowers (Foreign Language Film); After the Storm (Foreign Language Film); Harmonium (Foreign Language Film); The Dancer (Foreign Language Film); The Tenth Man (Foreign Language Film); Beyond the Mountains and Hills (Foreign Language Film); Hedi (Foreign Language Film); The Accountant (Actor); Personal Shopper (Actress)
*moved to 2017
Only scripts with more than 6 mentions featured. Scripts that never made it: Untitled Richard Pryor by Caleb Kane (2006, 14 mentions); A History of Fools by Eric Podell (2006, 8 mentions); Superbad by The Butterworths (2006, 7 mentions); Jeremy Orm is a Pervert by Phil Johnston (2006, 6 mentions); Know Your Rights by Emma Forrest (2006, 6 mentions); Mr. Burnout by Eric Gravning (2006, 6 mentions); The Art of Cool by Alex Sabeti (2006, 6 mentions); Curveball by Steve Knight (2007, 27 mentions); Dubai by Adam Cozad (2007, 16 mentions); Union Station by Doug Jung (2007, 11 mentions); Kamikaze Love by Chad Damiani and JP Levin (2007, 9 mentions); Untitled Bill Carter Project by Jordan Roberts (2007, 7 mentions); Untitled Michael Mann/John Logan Project by John Logan (2007, 6 mentions); Galahad by Ryan Condal (2008, 16 mentions); The West is Dead by Andrew Baldwin (2008, 16 mentions); Manuscript by Paul Grellong (2008, 15 mentions); The Tutor by Matthew Fogel (2008, 15 mentions); The American Way by Brian Kistler (2008, 13 mentions); Sequels, Remakes, & Adaptations by Sam Esmail (2008, 13 mentions); Underage by Scott Neustadter and Michael Weber (2008, 12 mentions); The Phantom Limb by Kevin Koehler (2008, 11 mentions); Keiko by Elizabeth Wright Shapiro (2008, 9 mentions); Knights by Nick Confalone and Neal Dusedau (2008, 9 mentions); Clear Winter's Noon by John Kolvenbach (2008, 8 mentions); The Amazing Adventures of the Monogamous Duck by Neeraj Katyal (2008, 7 mentions); The Gary Coleman - Emmanuel Lewis Project by Dan Fogelman (2008, 7 mentions); The Layman's Terms by Jeremy Bailey (2008, 7 mentions); What is Life Worth? by Max Borenstein (2008, 7 mentions); The Birthday Party by Charles Randolph (2008, 6 mentions); Grand Theft Auto by Jason Dean Hall (2008, 6 mentions); Inferno: A Linda Lovelace Story by Matt Wilder (2008, 6 mentions); Your Dreams Suck by Kat Dennings and Geoffrey Litwak (2008, 6 mentions); L.A. Rex by Will Beall (2009, 23 mentions); The Isolate Thief by Kevin Leffler (2009, 13 mentions); They Fall by Night by Zach Baylin (2009, 13 mentions); Conviction by Jonathan Herman (2009, 12 mentions); Betty's Ready by Jaylynn Bailey (2009, 11 mentions); Balls Out by the Robotard 8000 (2009, 10 mentions); The Diversification of Noah Miller by Adam Cole-Kelly and Sam Pitman (2009, 10 mentions); Whatever Gets You Through the Night by Morgan Foehl (2009, 10 mentions); The Guys Girl by Nick Confalone and Neal Dusedau (2009, 9 mentions); Jimi by Max Borenstein (2009, 9 mentions); Lovestruck by Annabel Oakes (2009, 9 mentions); Smile, Relax, Attack by Eli Attie (2009, 9 mentions); Jimmy Six by Daniel Casey (2009, 8 mentions); Dead Loss by Josh Baizer and Marshall Johnson (2009, 7 mentions); The Ghost and the Wolf by Rylend Grant and Dikran Ornekian (2009, 7 mentions); I Hope We Can Still Be Friends by John Whittington (2009, 7 mentions); The Low Self-Esteem of Lizzie Gillespie by Mindy Kailing and Brent Forrester (2009, 7 mentions); The Blind Rage of Peacoat Miller by Adam Penn (2009, 6 mentions); Con Men by Eric Lane (2009, 6 mentions); Josh by Gary Ross (2009, 6 mentions); My Sister is Marrying a Douchebag by Wendy and Lizzie Molyneux (2009, 6 mentions); Norm the Movie by Sam Esmail (2009, 6 mentions); Renko Vega and the Jennifer Nine by John Raffo (2009, 6 mentions); The Umbrella Academy by Mark Bomback (2009, 6 mentions); All You Need is Kill by Dante Harper (2010, 45 mentions); Gray Man by Adam Cozad (2010, 17 mentions); Can You Keep a Secret? by Megan Martin (2010, 7 mentions); The Girl with Something Extra by Terrence Michael (2010, 7 mentions); Hyde by Cole Haddon (2010, 7 mentions); Easy Money by Noah Oppenheim (2010, 7 mentions); Sidney Grimes by Brian Helgeland (2010, 6 mentions); Pinocchio by Bryan Fuller (2011, 7 mentions)
Based on the Marvel superhero of the same name. Wanting to spend more time with her family, Sara Ehret sells the rights to her likeness and superhero persona, Jackpot, to naïve pizza place manager Alana Jobson, who is obsessed with the hero. As she begins to display very uncharacteristic behavior in the Jackpot persona, unregistered superhero Peter Parker/Spider-Man begins to look into her new behavior, while still helping her bring down the new villain, Menace. This is what I hope the cast would look like.
To add: Trick or Alice; Rage of Bahamut: Manaria Friends; Fairy Tail Zero; Ganbare! Lulu Lolo - Tiny Twin Bears; Queen's Blade: Grimoire; A-Size: Classmate; Itachi Shinden; Kurage no Shokudo; Duel Masters: Hamukatsu to Dogiragon no Curry-pan Dai-bōken (movie); Terraformars Revenge; Ragnastrike Angels; Future Card Buddyfight Triple D; Endride; Bonobono; Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn RE:0096; Duel Masters Versus Revolution Final; Beyblade Burst; Shonen Ashibe GO! GO! Goma-chan; Hakuoki: Otogisoshi; Neko Neko Nihonshi; Buddy Go!; Battle Spirits Double Drive; Kuromokuro; Aikatsu Stars!; CoCO & NiCo; Ahare! Meisaku-kun; Nameko: Sekai no Tomodachi; Wagamama High Spec; Usakame; Magi: Adventure of Sinbad; Kamiwaza Wanda; Cardfight!! Vanguard G Stride Gate-hen; Zutto Mae Kara Suki *beep* Kokuhaku Jikkō Iinkai (movie); Naze Ikiru: Rennyo Shōnin to Yoshizaki Enjō (movie); Honobono Log
Needs a rating of 6.0 or above to qualify. (2007-2015)
With indication of the "serious" films and supporting or minor roles
Cast for a possible film version of the greatest fanfic ever, My Immortal!
Note: Keep in mind I'm thinking ahead, like if this were adapted three years from now or later. I'm not saying I want minors acting this out. That's child abuse.
A film that details the bitter partnership between comic book greats Jack Kirby and Stan Lee.
Possible cast for a low-budget production of Runaways.
Only counting films from Walt Disney Animation
Only counting nominations in the Directing category. * means that the film won Best Picture. Incomplete. (1968-2015)
Only counting their nominations in the score category. Incomplete list (1976-2015)
If Wes were to remake The Children's Hour, this would be my dream cast. NOTE: In this version, there would be courtroom scenes and expanded scenes in order to fit the usual cast members found in Wes's films.
Because I have no life. Also, to help keep track of what to add to IMDb.
Not on IMDb: 0 Duel Masters (not enough info); 10 Chikan Association (pr0n); 100%; 108 Ward Inside and Out: Make-Up Artist (not enough info); 11 Piki no Neko to Ahoudori; 11 Eyes (OAV)
A star means that I have checked over the credits list and/or edited the credits for accuracy. Games not on database: 64 Ozumo (1997); Air Boarder 64 (1998); All-Star Baseball 99 (1998); All Star Tennis '99 (1999); Asteroids Hyper 64 (1999); Bakushō Jinsei 64: Mezase! Resport Ō (1998); Bangai-O (2000); BassMasters 2000 (1999); Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker (2000); BattleTanx (1998); BattleTanx: Global Assault (1999); Big Mountain 2000 (1998); Bio FREAKS (1998); Blues Brothers 2000 (2000); Bomberman 64: The Second Attack (1999); Brunswick Circuit Pro Bowling (1998); Castlevania (1999); Centre Court Tennis (1998); Chōkūkan Night: Pro Yakyū King (1996); Custom Robo V2 (2000); CyberTiger (2000); Dance Dance Revolution: Disney Dancing Museum (2000); Dark Rift (1997); Destruction Derby 64 (1999); Dezaemon 3D (1998); Toy Story 2: Buzz Lightyear to the Rescue! (1999); Doraemon: Nobita to Mittsu no Seireiseki (1997); Duke Nukem: Zero Hour (1999); Extreme-G (1997); F1 Pole Position 64 (1997); F1 Racing Championship (2000); F-1 World Grand Prix (1998); F-1 World Grand Prix II (1999); FIFA Soccer 64 (1997); Fighters Destiny (1998); Fighter Destiny 2 (1999); Flying Dragon (1997); Fox Sports College Hoops '99 (1998); Getter Love!! Panda Love Unit (1998); Glover (1998); Goemon: Mononoke Sugoroku (1999); Goemon's Great Adventure (1998); Golden Nugget 64 (1998); GT 64: Championship Edition (1998); Harvest Moon 64 (1998); Hexen: Beyond Heretic (1997); Hot Wheels: Turbo Racing (1999); Iggy's Reckin' Balls (1998); Indy Racing 2000 (2000); In-Fisherman Bass Hunter 64 (1999); International Superstar Soccer 2000 (2000); International Superstar Soccer 98 (1998); International Track & Field 2000 (1999); Jeremy McGrath Supercross 2000 (2000); Killer Instinct Gold (1996); Kyojin no Doshin Kaiho Sensen Chibikko Chikko Daishugou (2000); Lode Runner 3-D (1999); Looney Tunes: Duck Dodgers - Starring Daffy Duck (2000); Madden Football 64 (1998); Magical Tetris Challenge (1998); Major League Baseball Featuring Ken Griffey Jr. (1998)
I'm taking it in January!
Since IMDb doesn't have it anymore. Yes, I'll update this.
2013: 39 (confirmed)
2012: 38 (confirmed)
2010: 38 (confirmed)
2009: 32 (confirmed)
2008: 33 (confirmed)
2007: 26 (confirmed)
2006: 19 (confirmed)
2005: 19 (confirmed)
2004: 25 (confirmed)
2003: 21 (confirmed)
2002: 21 (confirmed)
2001: 20 (confirmed)
2000: 21 (confirmed)
1999: 20 (confirmed)
1998: 18 (confirmed)
1997: 16 (confirmed)
1996: 12 (confirmed)
1995: 13 (confirmed)
1994: 12 (confirmed)
1993: 9 (confirmed)
1992: 9 (confirmed)
1991: 6 (confirmed)
1990: 11 (confirmed)
1989: 8 (confirmed)
1988: 5 (confirmed)
1987: 3 (confirmed)
In my opinion, of course. The catch is, I will only do one movie per director, so Wolf Children, Game Boys, Inception, and Contact have been omitted.
*complete filmography checked and has numbers This is a list of the largest amount of f-bombs in films, with the bare minimum of 11 f-bombs to appear on the list. This is going by the IMDb Parental Guides, so estimates have been included, though I prefer if exact numbers were used more in the guides. Directors Researched: Martin Scorsese, Spike Lee, Brian De Palma, Stanley Kubrick, Steven Spielberg, Coen Brothers, David O. Russell, Steve McQueen, Spike Jonze*, Paul Greengrass, Darren Aronofsky, Alfonso Cuaron, Alexander Payne, Stephen Frears, Trey Parker, Kevin Smith, Terry Zwigoff*, Quentin Tarantino*, David Fincher*, Brad Jones*, Ben Younger*, Jean-Marc Vallee, Paul Thomas Anderson, Harmony Korine, Ryan Mitchelle, Kathryn Bigelow, Steven Soderbergh, Paul Schrader, Tom Hooper, Ang Lee, Todd Phillips*, Phil Lord & Christopher Miller*, Ben Affleck*, Bryan Singer, Clint Eastwood, Billy Bob Thorton, Tony Kaye, David Lynch, Sean Anders, Judd Apatow, Tom Brady, Steven Brill, Luke Greenfield, Michael Lehmann, Valerie Breiman, Eduardo Sanchez, Lynn Shelton, Oliver Stone, Alan Parker, Wes Anderson, Jim Jarmusch, Robert Zemeckis, Tony Scott, Lasse Hallstrom, Richard Linklater, Ben Stiller, Michael Caton-Jones, Danny Cannon, Farrelly Brothers, Jake Kasden, Troy Miller, Bob Odenkirk, Adam McKay, Liam Lynch, Noah Baumbach, Mary Harron, Robert Hiltzik, Wes Craven, Stephen King, Jason Reitman, Gus Van Sant, Larry Clark, James Gunn, Danny DeVito, Michael Bay, Howie Askins, John Landis, Thomas Carter, Martin Brest, Robert Rodriguez, Doug Walker, Mark Romanek, Nicole Kassell, Phil Alden Robinson, Terry Gilliam, Justin Zackham, Lee Daniels, Bobcat Goldhwait, Jonas Pate, John Woo, John Madden, David Gordon Green, Neveldine and Taylor, Joon-ho Bong, Paul Verhoeven, Andrew Davis, Ted Demme, Danny Boyle, Christopher Nolan, Sam Mendes, Ridley Scott, Guy Ritchie, Lena Dunham, Ti West, David Ayer, Antoine Fuqua, Akiva Schaffer, Mike Judge, Leon Ichaso, Shane Black, Renny Harlin, Gillian Robespierre, John Singleton, The Hughes Brothers, F. Gary Gray, Steve Carr, Oren Moverman, Todd Haynes, Marcus Raboy, David Dobkin, Seth Gordon, David Wain, Barry Levinson, Zack Keller and Ed Skudder, Gregory Hoblit, Taylor Hackford, Dito Montiel, Jon Avnet, Mike Newell, Peter Berg, Curtis Hanson, Paul Weitz, George Tillman Jr., Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen, Patty Jenkins, Seth MacFarlane*, Nicholas Stoller, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Hal Ashby, Dominic Sena, Robert De Niro, Rupert Wyatt, Paul Feig, Chris Rock, Neil LaBute, Will Gluck, Spierig Brothers, Martin McDonagh, Frank Oz, JB Rogers, Jesse Dylan, James Foley, Roger Kumble, Gavin Hood, Atom Egoyan, Clark Gregg, Scott Sanders, Phil Morrison, Mike Nichols, Rob Reiner, Harold Becker, David Mamet, Michael Corrente, Lee Tamahori, Miguel Arteta, Samuel Bayer, Michael Mann
Not Listed: 1000 Things I Hate (2011); 4Villians (2012); A Conversation While... (2011); A Weekly Stroll (2012); Adjusting Focus (2011); Adventures of a Sexual Miscreant (2010); Aluminum (2012); Among Thieves (2013); Ask Doctor Al (2011); Ask My Mom! (2013); Astro-Cons (2013); Hench'd20 (2012)
A list of guilty pleasures, along with movies everyone seems to hate, but I find underrated.
I will edit this. Sometimes it is ranked by how bad it is.
Bad Scale: F, Sh, Di, N, Fa, Ti, Co, Db, Bal, Godd, Sl, Ba, Pr, Q, Wh, B, Pi, Ah, Ja, Bol, J or Ch, Scr, A, Fr, D, S, H, C
This is a list of TV shows that may or may not be spotlighted on a new webseries I'm developing called "Cancelled Catastrophes."
The premise is that I watch the pilot episode of a series that was cancelled in its first season, and if I actually like it, I start a separate vlog detailing my thoughts on the rest of the series.
good or bad reviews for these titles
I will constantly update this sometimes.
Here are episodes of "The Simpsons" that are good enough to become movies.
This is my fantasy film company. It would start in 1994 and release films with what is assumed to be good stories. If this company existed, these are the films it would release.
Our best accomplishments include producing Christopher Guest's films, the Austin Powers trilogy, and making two Woody Allen films.
Are there any I missed? What are your thoughts?
This is only at the beginning of 2011, so yeah, it's bad.
It's time for Oscar Calculations 2012! Here's Best Actor.
Everybody bow down to their comedic overlords.
I will edit this. For the third time, Bad Santa is at the top of my lists.
It might be different from my past list "The Best the The Simpsons: Season 1", in terms of order.
Currently with predictions
15 films out of 18 weeks
Best 100 Characters of the Past 20 Years (1990-2010)
Some of them I haven't seen.
Basically, films that have or will make an impact on pop culture, like Scream or Pulp Fiction.
It's just like the book, but with my opinion. But what's your opinion?
Of all the movie ideas in all of Hollywood in all the world, I create this remake.
Here are the most nominations for my website's awards ceremony this year.
What if there was going to be a biopic about the 1st season of SNL? Here's the possibilities.
Live from New York/ Starring Don Chedale/ Paul Dano/ Maggie Gyllenhaal/ Vincent Karthaiser/ Catherine Keeener/ Josh Peck/ Brandon Routh/ Mark Ruffalo/ Olivia Thirlby/ and Bruce Willis/ Ned Bellamy-Brian Cox/ Lauren Ambrose-Chris Cooper/ Written and Directed by Spike Jonze
These are the shows I currently watch or DVR. Some I will watch when they air.
I hear there might be a Goosebumps movie. But before you do that, here's some suggestions.
Pendrogon: The Merchant of Death/ Starring Jimmy Bennett/ Tessa Allen/ Dominic Scott Kay/ Dick Van Dyke/ Bill Hader/ Ellen Cleghorne/ Regina King/ Kesley Grammar/ with Michael Clarke Duncan/ and Angelina Jolie/ Produced by George Lucas/ Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson
There is no West Wing movie, but if it came to your theater, here's your cast.
Note: The film should be based on the first 3 episodes.
P.S. Speak up if you want a West Wing movie.
"The Giver" Starring Michael Strusievici/ Micah Sloat/ Alison Lohman/ Emma Rayne Lyle/ Timothy Spall/ Tristan Comeau/ Aryanna Engineer/Dakota Fanning/ with the voice of Michael J. Fox/ and Dustin Hoffman/ Directed by Robert Zemeckis
You can see my amazing website Awards.com by going online to www.yourawards.webs.com.
My Oscar 2011 Calculations with Metacritic
It's January 1st, but here are 15 Christmas movies I've seen.