250 movies I have seen

  1. Pride and Prejudice
  2. The Rocky Horror Picture Show
  3. Ocean's 11
  4. Chicago
  5. My Fair Lady
  6. Like Water For Chocolate
  7. Breaking The Waves
  8. Dancer In The Dark
  9. West Side Story
  10. The Glass Menagerie
  11. Meet The Parents
  12. Two For The Road
  13. Volver
  14. Casablanca
  15. To Have And Have Not
  16. That one about the dead guy who wins the lottery, in Ireland
  17. Splash
  18. The Hudsucker Proxy
  19. Burden Of Dreams
  20. Fitzcarraldo
  21. You've Got Mail
  22. Sideways
  23. Stranger Than Fiction
  24. Emma
  25. A Letter To Three Wives
  26. Sliding Doors
  27. Shakespeare In Love
  28. Jane Eyre
  29. All About Eve
  30. Jaws
  31. About A Boy
  32. Music And Lyrics
  33. Rebecca
  34. Laura
  35. The Black Stallion
  36. The Natural
  37. That Christmas one with Nicolas Cage and Thea Leoni
  38. The Hours
  39. The French Lieutenant's Woman
  40. Love And Death
  41. Parenthood
  42. Udon
  43. City Slickers
  44. Forget About Paris
  45. The Game
  46. The Perfect Murder
  47. Uncle Buck
  48. Shall We Dance
  49. The King And I
  50. Anna And The King
  51. Fame
  52. That one with the stripper who is a welder and a dancer.
  53. An Indecent Proposal
  54. The Horse Whisperer
  55. The Hunt For Red October
  56. Good Will Hunting
  57. Mostly Martha
  58. The Full Monty
  59. In Bruges
  60. Red
  61. White
  62. Blue
  63. Something's Got To Give
  64. That one with Helen Hunt and Jack Nicholson.
  65. The Cider House Rules
  66. The World According to Garp
  67. The Big Chill
  68. Purple Rain? That one with Prince.
  69. Murder On The Orient Express
  70. Harry And Walter Go To New York
  71. The Poseidon Adventure
  72. Godspell
  73. Jesus Christ Superstar
  74. Scrooged
  75. Ghostbusters
  76. Lost In Translation
  77. The Devil Wears Prada
  78. The Prairie Home Companion
  79. The Color Of Money
  80. Rainman
  81. Bridget Jones Diary
  82. Four Weddings And A Funeral
  83. Crosswords
  84. Helvetica
  85. The Lake House
  86. Steel Magnolias
  87. The Unbearable Lightness Of Being
  88. The Seven Samurai
  89. One of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies.
  90. The Birds
  91. The Russians Are Coming
  92. Mary Poppins
  93. Cinderella
  94. Napoleon
  95. Marie Antoinette
  96. Good Morning Vietnam
  97. The Life Aquatic
  98. The Odd Couple
  99. They Shoot Horses Don't They
  100. Little Women
  101. Pretty Woman
  102. The one with Nicolas Cage and Meg Ryan where he's an angel.
  103. The one with Meg Ryan and her husband has been kidnapped.
  104. Hanging Up
  105. Supersize Me
  106. Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
  107. Erin Brockovich
  108. A Fish Called Wanda
  109. Four Rooms
  110. The Wall
  111. The one where Harrison Ford didn't kill his wife. The Fugitive?
  112. The Spy Who Loved Me
  113. Airplane
  114. The Great Escape
  115. The Towering Inferno
  116. Best In Show
  117. Spinal Tap
  118. Castaway
  119. Tarzan
  120. Green Card
  121. French Kiss
  122. Jerry Maguire
  123. Magnolia
  124. Sleepless In Seattle
  125. A Room With A View
  126. The Talented Mr. Ripley
  127. Closer
  128. Serendipity
  129. Ferris Bueller's Day off
  130. The English Patient
  131. Out Of Africa
  132. The other African one with Kim Bassinger.
  133. The Deep End Of The Ocean
  134. The Witches Of Eastwick
  135. Fatal Attraction
  136. Agnes Of God
  137. Chocolat
  138. The Peter Pan one with Robin Williams
  139. American Gigolo
  140. American Beauty
  141. American Werewolf In London
  142. The Thomas Crown Affair
  143. The other Thomas Crown Affair
  144. Bonnie And Clyde
  145. Paper Moon
  146. O Brother Where Art Thou
  147. Waterworld
  148. The Princess Bride
  149. The one where Kevin Costner has a dead wife and a sailboat and then he dies too.
  150. Blue Velvet
  151. The Elephant Man
  152. Dead Calm
  153. Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid
  154. The Jerk
  155. The Man With Two Brains
  156. Young Frankenstein
  157. Vanilla Sky
  158. Friends With Money
  159. Spanglish
  160. The Pink Panther
  161. Beaches
  162. Very Bad Things
  163. There's Something About Mary
  164. Rocky
  165. Harriet The Spy
  166. Desk Set
  167. The Last Emperor
  168. Atlantis
  169. The Bird Cage
  170. Edward Scissorhands
  171. Hannah And Her Sisters
  172. Match Point
  173. Mr. And Mrs. Smith
  174. The one with Pierce Brosnan and Penelope Cruz in the Bahamas.
  175. El Mariachi
  176. Field Of Dreams
  177. The Matador
  178. The Great Gatsby
  179. Caddyshack
  180. Entrapment
  181. The Parent Trap
  182. Look Who's Talking
  183. Six Days And Seven Nights
  184. The Andromeda Strain
  185. Notting Hill
  186. Lorenzo's Oil
  187. Love Story
  188. The Three Amigos
  189. Yellow Submarine
  190. A Hard Day's Night
  191. The Devil's Advocate
  192. The Astronaut's Wife
  193. Sabrina
  194. An Affair To Remember
  195. Guess Who's Coming To Dinner
  196. Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House
  197. The Money Pit
  198. Tootsie
  199. Grease
  200. The Seventh Sign
  201. The DaVinci Code
  202. The Break-Up
  203. Roman Holiday
  204. Jumanji
  205. The Shining
  206. Paris Je T'aime
  207. Frida
  208. Basic Instinct
  209. The Illusionist
  210. Meet The Robinsons
  211. A Little Romance
  212. Breathless
  213. Little Miss Sunshine
  214. The Inlaws
  215. The Out Of Towners
  216. Howard's End
  217. Sense And Sensibility
  218. A Month By The Lake
  219. Romeo And Juliet
  220. Wallace And Gromit
  221. Proof
  222. The Human Stain
  223. Meet Joe Black
  224. The Golden Bowl
  225. Moonstruck
  226. Vatel
  227. My Cousin Vinny
  228. The Guru
  229. Reds
  230. Midnight In The Garden Of Good And Evil
  231. High Fidelity
  232. A Simple Twist Of Fate
  233. Muriel's Wedding
  234. Heartburn
  235. You've Got Mail
  236. The Pursuit of Happyness
  237. Men In Black
  238. Raising Arizona
  239. Penny Serenade
  240. Father Of The Bride
  241. Elephant Walk
  242. Gunga Din
  243. Bringing Up Baby
  244. The African Queen
  245. To Have And Have Not
  246. Now And Then
  247. Eyes Wide Shut
  248. A River Runs Through It
  249. Pret-A-Porter
  250. The Italian Job

Comments

dani3boyz said…
It doesn't look easy. At all!

The first thing I thought of was that I hoped you had found some Great Big Movie List somewhere on the web and copied and pasted what you've seen. Either way, I'm impressed.

Oh... Since having children, I've never seen the end of a movie. If I sit still that long I fall asleep!
Wendy said…
I thought the same thing - it doesn't look easy in the least. I'm wondering how you did it too. Free association - just writing down any one that came to mind? Or working off another list - which would totally overwhelm me as I can barely stand to go through the free movie list in the On Demand menu.
Jen said…
I'm very impressed! I find myself searching the list for The Secret of Roan Inish--that strikes me as a very You movie.
Annagrace said…
Waking Ned Devine--the old Irish lottery-winning guy movie. I like this sort of list much better.
I have seen just about 25% of the same movies as you. I was surprised to see some musicals on there. I think #52 with the welder/dancer was Flashdance.

The Hub and I often quote City Slickers when one of us is off to do something fun, alone, if we have been cranky. "I'm going to go find my smile" and our all-time favorite....Hellooooooo,Moooooooo.

Did you like Frida?
Kim said…
Can't.reach.that.bar. ... too.high.
amarkonmywall said…
I was just coming by because I was so jealous that you called Mary. And here's this list. Do you have OCD or too much time? Don't call. We would just enable each other.
alice c said…
Oh no! It took me ages just to scroll through to the end - I can't even imagine how long it to you to type.

Any time you want me to polish your crown - just whistle.
Anonymous said…
15 and 245 are the same.
174 is Salma Hayek.
What no Fiddler on the Roof?


K
64 is As Good as it Gets.

Impressive List.
Okay - so you are Amazing!

I did notice that You've Got Mail is in your list twice, but that's really okay because it's WONDERFUL (and for many years it was actually my life - the children's bookstore part, not the Tom Hanks part.)

I didn't see Truly, Madly, Deeply on your list and I'm sure that you will love it. Directed by the amazing, and so sadly recently departed Anthony Minghella - his first I think - with Juliet Stephenson and the MIRACULOUS Alan Rickman. It is neither gory horror movie or musical - just the sweetest, funniest most charming british love story ever!
Anonymous said…
Impressive both the list AND that you left comments open

One question where is Love Actually
blackbird said…
I write about Love Actually from time to time so I didn't include it.
Put it in one of the places where I doubled up...
Jennifer said…
Hehe I scrolled down to see if you left comments open :) You're too funny.

Is that Christmas one with Nicolas Cage and Thea Leoni Family Man?? Cause if it is I LOVED that movie,

And I have not seen many of these :)
Susie Sunshine said…
Thanks for the SPOILER ALERT, bitch!
You ruined the Kevin Costner boat/dead wife movie for me!!
tut-tut said…
Some of those you must have dug deep to dredge from your memory (ELEPHANT WALK!?).
Melissa said…
I love your list, and I admire your fortitude. I doubt I could do this. Maybe if I had a week or so with nothing else AT ALL going on... but I digress. Your movie viewing? So similar to mine. We're at least a 75% match--I am also a fan of the oldies (Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House! Squee!) but I was surprised to see no Doris Day movies listed. I'd have pegged you as a Pillow Talk fan.
paola said…
37. Family man, ho cute was that?
52. Flashdance. A movie of my young days...
64. As good as it gets. I loved it.
102. City of Angels. Nice.
103. Proof of life? With Russel Crowe?
149. Message in a bottle. Sad and beautiful
174. After the Sunset. With Salma Hayek. Great one.
These movies I have seen them all but not all the 250 you have, I don't think.
You must have seriously worked at this list.
Suse said…
That Kevin Costner one with the dead wife had a dragonfly theme throughout didn't it?

138 was called Hook.

You would love Truly Madly Deeply. It's a little dated to look at, but gorgeous nonetheless.
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