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For the films I regard as the 'best' films I've ever seen, go here: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls070673117
Cinema Visits: These films are indicated by a *. 2014's total was 22.
Single visits - 3 Return visits - 0 Total visits - 3
Each performer has their own individual list, ordered in terms of favourite performance/role. This order does not represent what I believe to be their best work; it is simply how much I personally enjoy them within the films they have starred in.
I have added a count of how many of their films I have seen them in and own on DVD. These are indicated by a * next to the film. The most recently added film is highlighted in bold.
Features, shorts, voice parts, cameos and uncredited roles are included, whereas documentaries and TV series do not make the count.
For each actor, I have included how many of their films I've seen, own on DVD and my favourite role/performance. For the full lists visit the link provided with the actor, or visit my comprehensive 'Actors Archive'.
Also of interest: Top 25 Favourite Actresses
Average rating: 6.9/10 (410)
*Cinema visits:- Single visits: 10 Return visits: 1 Total visits: 11
The Good films, the Bad films and the Ugly films. Includes features, shorts, TV movies and straight-to-video/DVDs.
I have starred the films that I've seen at the cinema. The total is roughly 182 (I've probably missed a load off).
Milestone films: The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug - 1,500th film (13/12/2013) The Dark Knight Rises - 1,000th film (20/07/2012)
Within the description boxes I have included the films they have directed (only the ones I have actually seen) in order of how much I personally like their films.
Some hate this. They feel cheated out of what they thought would be an entertaining and cheerful chunk out of their lives. Others (like myself), embrace the experience and accept the honest truth that the world is a cruel place filled with pain, anguish and suffering.
These films don't paint rainbows over sh*t-stained pavements and grant their characters the happiness we want them to have. We sit in the darkened room, longing for the characters' situation to change, for the light at the end of the tunnel...
...Yet it never comes. The credits roll and the music plays, but the spectator sits still and silent. He/she is warped into a whirlpool of thought, causing lethargy and a strange sense of lifelessness. For some this feeling may last ten minutes, for others it might be for the rest of the night. In severe cases, the film might induce a week-long mind-tormentor, which has you internally tearing your world upside-down and questioning your very existence.
I guess you could say, to sum up this mumbo jumbo, films (and everything else) affect people in very different ways, because the people themselves are all different; with their own personalities, circumstances and experiences.
So here is a selection of films which have affected me in this way; films which have sent me into this crazed state of philosophising and self-reflecting/loathing.
*The list will grow when I either stumble across another film or recollect one previously seen.