Lists by rlhron

a list of 100 titles
 
a list of 179 titles
These films have either been overshadowed by other films, forgotten, failed at the box office, received bad reviews, rated too low on IMDB, have a small cult following, or are out-of-print.
 
a list of 500 titles
When I'm in the mood for a certain type of film, I pull from this list.

The following genres make up the list: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Crime, Cult, Documentary, Drama, Epic, Horror, Musical, Noir, Romance, Sci-Fi, Sports, Suspense, War, Western, Silent and Foreign films in languages: Japanese, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Korean, Cantonese, Russian, Portuguese, Swedish, Maltese, Hindi, Somali and Dari.
 
a list of 137 titles
Why are there so few films with females as the sole lead? This list shows how women can get top billing and the men are only in minor, supporting roles. The list would not have been complete without films like Million Dollar Baby and The Girl with the Pearl Earring even though the females either didn't receive top billing or were not the sole lead of the picture.
 
a list of 300 titles
Have you seen all these movies?
 
a list of 100 titles
Breakdown by Genre:

Action - 5 films
Adventure - 5 films
Comedy - 17 films
Crime - 14 films
Documentary - 2 films
Drama - 16 films
Epic - 3 films
Foreign - 4 films
Horror - 5 films
Musical - 2 films
Noir - 4 films
Romance - 3 films
Sci-Fi - 5 films
Silent - 1 film
Suspense - 4 films
War - 3 films
Western - 7 films
 
a list of 30 titles
My 2nd annual, pre-Oscar picks of the best films of the year.
 
a list of 333 titles
In 1939, the "Golden Year of Hollywood", classics like Gone with the Wind, Stagecoach, The Wizard of Oz, Wuthering Heights, Midnight, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Of Mice & Men, Young Mr. Lincoln, Love Affair, Jesse James and many, many more great films were released, making that year the single greatest year in cinema history. But when it comes to the greatest decade, the 1970's would be the winner.

Starting in the midsixties, radical filmmakers like Robert Altman, Peter Bogdanovich, John Cassavetes, Brian De Palma, and others were being influenced by foreign art films and avant-garde techniques. By the early seventies, these directors had mastered their craft and helped usher in the greatest decade in cinema history. Listed here are the most notable films released in the 1970's.

For a complete list of notable films released in 1939, see "Hollywoods Golden Year" at: http://www.imdb.com/list/I2nDy-2E9RQ/
 
a list of 135 titles
In 1939, the "Golden Year of Hollywood", classics like Gone with the Wind, Stagecoach, The Wizard of Oz, Wuthering Heights, Midnight, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Of Mice & Men, Young Mr. Lincoln, Love Affair, Jesse James and many, many more great films were released, making that year the single greatest year in cinema history. Listed here are the most notable films released that year. The movies are in alphabetical order after "The Wizard of Oz".
 
a list of 69 titles
A list of great films with titles that could be mistaken for pornography.

It gets better the further you go down it. That's what she said.
 
a list of 224 titles
Here are the best movies to add to your home library. Never a dull night with this ultimate DVD collection. If you like romantic dramedies like Silver Linings Playbook or cult films like Eraserhead, maybe The Exorcist is your thing or you are in the mood for a good drama like Crash (2004), you will find a wide range of films on this list. No one genre has been left out, from Action to Western, and everything in between, they are all here. Whenever possible, the best DVD editions have been described.
 
a list of 75 titles
Number of films per decade:

1920’s – 3 films
1930’s – 1 film
1940’s – 3 films
1950’s – 11 films
1960’s – 12 films
1970’s – 12 films
1980’s – 6 films
1990’s – 9 films
2000’s – 15 films
2010’s – 3 films
 
a list of 50 people
These Directors were the masters of their craft and made some of the greatest films of all-time. In all honesty, anyone of them could be named the single greatest director of all-time but Chaplin made the top spot because he did it first and influenced so many other.
 
a list of 32 titles
When I heard they were once again remaking Carrie, I was ready to pan it until I saw who they had picked for the lead role, Chloë Grace Moretz. In the near future Chloë will be named the "Most Beautiful Woman on the Planet". She will also earn the highest pay of any female, not only for her good looks but also for her acting talent. She may still be very young but Chloë has already made some really good films as the list below shows. As long as she has the right people around her and she makes good choices, her future is going to be hot!

Look out J Lo and Angelina, your replacement is coming.
 
a list of 20 titles
My 1st annual, pre-Oscars picks of the 20 best films released in 2012. A few of these films have Academy Award nomination. Here's hoping they get it right on Oscar night.