Lists by NoodlesPupkin
In NO order (yet).
Except maybe... top 8.
I don't make a distinction between favorite and best films.
• It's in order.
• "Good" acting is not
a main focus on this list, obviously.
• It's a personal
list, made only by me and no other members.
• I have one
rule. I have to have seen a movie or TV-series with the actress.
• This is not
a complete list. It's 101, not 1001.
• If the picture is a bad choice, it is not my fault. I don't list with the IMDb pictures in mind, except of course that they have to have a IMDb picture.
• Click here to get to the picture gallery list
Modern, meaning, released in the last 10 years.
This is far from complete, it won't be semi-complete until next year, and maybe complete around the summer of 2016.
All the films are rated 7/10, potentially getting 8, 9 (very unlikely) or 10 (extremely unlikely). These are all films I like a lot, but didn't feel I truly loved on a first watch. All ranked from most to least probable for going up in rating.
Almost impossible to limit it to 10 artists, keep in mind that this is far from a complete list.
• It's more or less in order.
• "Good" acting is not a main focus on this list, obviously. Sometimes it can affect the overall ranking.
• It's a personal list, made only by me and no other members.
• I have two rules. #1. I have to have seen the actress in a movie or TV-series. #2. The actress has to have been active at least in the 60s.
• This is not a complete list. It's 101, not 1001.
The term "romantic comedy" is itself a subject of discussion. A lot of movies have comedic and romantic elements to them, but in this list they have to strictly lean toward these elements to qualify (and not toward other thematic elements/ideas/concepts). So I'm not including films that are surreal or more toward "art cinema" or musicals.
Not included: Vargtimmen, Körkarlen.
It has to at least be a trilogy, or have several direct to dvd sequels. It all counts.
This time I'm skipping most documentaries and short films, I'll make a few exceptions.
I'm only adding 7/10 and up.
I only count public screenings (regular theatres, art houses, festivals, various screenings etc.).
Work in progress, not nearly all movies yet.
Best and funniest is the same thing for me.
It has to be a feature film, and lean toward comedy more than any other genre (e.g. drama, romance, musical).
Also, not including surrealist films (e.g. films of Bunuel)
Most played games in my youth.
In no particular order.
It's mainly the original titles that are great, but sometimes (when commented) it's also the international/english title.
Since this is an impossible task in reality, this can be seen as an example, to get a discussion going, if you will.
• No short films.
• It has to be a maximum of 10 films.
• It must have been crucial for the evolution of cinema as a form and as a culture.
This years Halloween marathon!
5 films on 4 days. Thursday to Sunday (31 October - 3 November) .
This list contains all the movies mentioned in the diary of the director Andrei Tarkovsky. The diary is both professional and private, and covers over sixteen years of the director's life until his death in 1986. Some of these movies are referred to indirectly, some in a direct way (not always with a title) and sometimes without any opinion. Most of the movies are on movies that he saw and some are movies he heard from festivals and such.
In order of appearance in the diary (ignoring the preface, notes etc. from translators)
Disliked films: 4, 6-9, 11-12, 28-29, 41, 43-45, 47-49, 51-52, 54-56, 59, 62-64, 66-67, 71-73, 75-78, 80, 86, 98
Liked films: 14-16, 23-24, 68
Decent/so-so films: 26, 35
Help is appreciated to find these (it is possible that some might not have an IMDB entry):
Krazja. Disliked the material. I'm not sure if it was released.
Fontagni. He disliked it.
Prygnutʹ v pustotu?
Source: Martyrologion: Dagböcker 1970-1986 (Swedish edition)
Time Within Time: Diaries, 1970-1986. (English edition)
Note: The Swedish edition was primarly used since there are more movies mentioned.
It has to be at least 180 minutes long. These are the long versions of the movies and not necessarily the theatrical release.
It's a personal films I've chosen for a friend to watch. Based on his taste, what's a must watch and what he might like. Not necessarily any of my top favorites.
Inspired by Jim Emerson's "102 Movies You Must See" list.
In no particular order except the first one.
A list of Christmas movies I haven't seen yet and that I'm planning to watch this Christmas.
"In 1972 Andrei Tarkovsky told Leonid Kozlov about his favorite films."
This is the recommended viewing order. Note that it's not ordered by 'best' movie.