Posted by: Vasco | May 5, 2012

A List

Note: You won’t find a single Steven Seagal film on the following list, I’m a fan.

Unranked

Cocoon (Ron Howard, 1985)
Limitless (Neil Burger, 2011)
The Roommate (Christian E. Christiansen, 2011)
Practical Magic (Griffin Dunne, 1998)
The Future (Miranda July, 2011)
À bout portant (Fred Cavayé, 2010)
Altitude (Kaare Andrews, 2010)
The Sweetest Thing (Roger Kumble, 2002)
Anonymous (Roland Emmerich, 2011)
Horrible Bosses (Seth Gordon, 2011)
Blue Valentine (Derek Cianfrance, 2010)
Fled (Kevin Hooks, 1996)
The Avengers (Joss Whedon, 2012)
Hereafter (Clint Eastwood, 2010)
A Esperança Está Onde Menos Se Espera (Joaquim Leitão, 2009)
Battle Los Angeles (Jonathan Liebesman, 2011)
I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry (Dennis Dugan, 2007)
Beastly (Daniel Barnz, 2011)
Teaching Mrs. Tingle (Kevin Williamson, 1999)
Captain America: The First Avenger (Joe Johnston, 2011)
The Darkest Hour (Chris Gorak, 2011)
The Artist (Michel Hazanavicius, 2011)
Um Funeral à Chuva (Telmo Martins, 2010)
Tower Heist (Brett Ratner, 2011)
Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde (Charles Herman-Wurmfeld, 2003)
Thor (Kenneth Branagh, 2011)
Les Girls (George Cukor, 1957)
Color of Night (Richard Rush, 1994)
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (Rob Marshall, 2011)
Mardi Gras: Spring Break (Phil Dornfeld, 2011)
Clash of the Titans (Louis Leterrier, 2010)
The Help (Tate Taylor, 2011)
The Hunger Games (Gary Ross, 2012)
Law Abiding Citizen (F. Gary Gray, 2009)
The Change-Up (David Dobkin, 2011)
The Benchwarmers (Dennis Dugan, 2006)
The Dilemma (Ron Howard, 2011)
When a Stranger Calls (Simon West, 2006)
Film socialisme (Jean-Luc Godard, 2010)
Stone (John Curran, 2010)
The Day After Tomorrow (Roland Emmerich, 2004)
The Virginity Hit (Huck Botko/Andrew Gurland, 2010)
Flypaper (Rob Minkoff, 2011)
Norbit (Brian Robbins, 2007)
A Serbian Film (Srdjan Spasojevic, 2010)
Jack & Jill (Dennis Dugan, 2011)
You, Me and Dupree (Anthony Russo/Joe Russo, 2006)
An Education (Lone Scherfig, 2009)
Assim assim (Sérgio Graciano, 2012)
Failure to Launch (Tom Dey, 2006)

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Responses

  1. Haha, sweet. The only one I’d protest is the Godard, though I found it difficult to embrace, if only for its collage of mediums in the cruise segment.

    Otherwise I’ve only seen a handful.

    • Godard died in 1982, after Passion.
      Now he’s just a resentful ghost, tormenting me (us?) with odious experimentalism.
      It’s really a shame though, because I love his early stuff.

      I dedicate this comment to LEAVES, a true Godard fan. 😀


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