Movies 2011

87. The Naked Gun, dir. David Zucker

86. Jane Eyre, dir. Cary Fukunaga

85. The Muppets Christmas Carol, dir. Brian Henson

84. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (Extended Edition), dir. Peter Jackson

83. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (Extended Edition), dir. Peter Jackson

82. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (Extended Edition), dir. Peter Jackson

81. Captain America: The First Avenger, dir. Joe Johnston

80. The Fall, dir. Tarsem Singh

79. The Hunger, dir. Tony Scott

78. The Help, dir. Tate Taylor

77. Faust, dir. F. W. Murnau

76. The Magnificent Seven, dir. John Sturges

75. Midnight in Paris, dir. Woody Allen

74. Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, dir. Tomas Alfredson

73. The Skin I Live In, dir. Pedro Almodovar

72. X-Men: First Class, dir. Matthew Vaughn

71. The Bounty Hunter, dir. Andy Tennant

70. The Bridge on the River Kwai, dir. David Lean

69. Cowboys & Aliens, dir. Jon Favreau

68. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part Two, dir. David Yates

67. The Trouble with Harry, dir. Alfred Hitchcock

66. Catch-22, dir. Mike Nichols

65. Lawrence of Arabia, dir. David Lean

64. Suspicion, dir. Alfred Hitchcock

63. The Wrong Man, dir. Alfred Hitchcock

62. The Thomas Crown Affair, dir. Norman Jewison

61. The History of the World, Part I, dir. Mel Brooks

60. 84 Charing Cross Road, dir. Someone I Can’t Recall and am too lazy to look up on IMDB

59. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, dir. Rob Marshal

58. Fistful of Dollars, dir. Sergio Leone

57. The Manchurian Candidate, dir. John Frankenheimer

56. The Hangover Part II, dir. Todd Phillips

55. The Hangover, dir. Todd Phillips

54. Topaz, dir. Alfred Hitchcock

53. Frenzy, dir. Alfred Hitchcock

52. Hornblower: Duty, dir. Andrew Grieve

51. Miss Congeniality, dir. Donald Petrie

50. Young Frankenstein, dir. Mel Brooks

49. Once, dir. John Carney

48. Juno and the Paycock/The Shame of Mary Boyle, dir. Alfred Hitchcock

47. Sabotage, dir. Alfred Hitchcock

46. Jurassic Park, dir. Steven Spielberg

45. To Catch a Thief, dir. Alfred Hitchcock

44. Evening Primrose, dir. Paul Bogart

43. Bullitt, dir. Peter Yates

42. Stargate, dir. Roland Emmerich

41. Ratatouille, dir. Brad Bird

40. Waking Sleeping Beauty, dir. Don Hahn

39. You Gotta Stay Happy, dir. H. C. Potter

38. Going the Distance, dir. Nanette Burstein

37. Strangers on a Train, dir. Alfred Hitchcock

36. Arthur, dir Steve Gordon

35. Rebecca, dir. Alfred Hitchcock

34. Dial M for Murder, dir. Alfred Hitchcock

33. Killers, dir. Robert Luketic

32. Rope, dir. Alfred Hitchcock

31. The Phantom of the Opera, dir. Joel Schumacher

30. The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, dir. Gary Trousdale & Kirk Wise

29. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1 dir. David Yates

28. Red, dir. Robert Schwentke

27. Black Swan, dir. Darren Aronofsky

26. Family Plot, dir. Alfred Hitchcock

25. Marnie, dir. Alfred Hitchcock

24. The Prisoner (2009), dir. various

23. Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna, dir. Marvin J. Chomsky

22. Finding Nemo, dir. Andrew Stanton

21. Escape from Alcatraz, dir. Donald Siegel

20. Jaws, dir. Steven Spielberg

19. 36 Hours, dir. George Seaton

18. Groundhog Day, dir. Harold Ramis (watched on Groundhog Day)

17. The Birds, dir. Alfred Hitchcock

16. Hornblower: Loyalty, dir. Andrew Grieve

15. Labyrinth, dir. Jim Henson

14. Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, dir. Charles S. Dubin

13. Torn Curtain, dir. Alfred Hitchcock

12. Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, dir. Robert Iscove

11. Cinderella, dir. Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson & Hamilton Luske

10. Zombieland, dir. Ruben Fleischer

9. Weird Science, dir. John Hughes

8. Cool Hand Luke, dir. Stuart Rosenberg

7. The King’s Speech, dir. Tom Hooper

6. Bridget Jones’s Diary, dir. Sharon Maguire

5. My Life in Ruins, dir. Donald Petrie

4. Some Like It Hot, dir. Billy Wilder

3. Tangled, dir. Nathan Greno and Byron Howard

2. The Sting, dir. George Roy Hill

1. Letters to Juliet, dir. Gary Winick

Disclaimer: I list every movie that I’ve watched here. Just because I watched it doesn’t mean I think it was good or worthy of my time.

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