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A complete of all the feature films we here at ARTSCLASH have watched since February 2014. To read reviews of some of the films, click on their links. And keep the movie industry going by seeing these films!

2014

  1.  The Passion of Joan of Arc – Carl Dreyer, 1928
  2. Rear Window – Alfred Hitchcock, 195
  3. The Godfather Part II – Frances Ford Coppola, 1974
  4. Shortbus – John Cameron Mitchell, 2006
  5. Berlin, Symphony of a Great City – Walter Ruttman, 1927
  6. Stranger By The Lake – Alain Guiraudie, 2013
  7. Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? – Mike Nichols, 1966
  8. Crimes and Misdemeanours – Woody Allen, 1989
  9. Stalag 17 – Billy Wilder, 1952
  10. Landscape in the Mist – Theo Angelopoulos, 1988
  11. Crumb – Terry Zwigoff, 1994
  12. Radio Days – Woody Allen, 1989
  13. Battle Royale – Kinji Fukasaku, 2000
  14. Paris, Texas – Wim Wenders, 1984
  15. Blazing Saddles – Mel Brooks, 1974
  16. The Grand Budapest Hotel – Wes Anderson, 2014
  17. Red Psalm – Miklós Jancsó, 1971
  18. The Royal Tenenbaums – Wes Anderson, 2001
  19. Clerks – Kevin Smith, 1993
  20. Saving Private Ryan – Steven Spielberg, 1998
  21. Blue Velvet – David Lynch, 1986
  22. Under the Skin – Jonathan Glazer, 2013
  23. Brighton Rock – John Boulting, 1947
  24. Carrie – Brian De Palma, 1976
  25. Aliens – James Cameron, 1986
  26. Scream – Wes Craven, 1996
  27. G.B.F. – Darren Stein, 2013
  28. Volver – Pedro Almodovar, 2006
  29. Fires Were Started – Humphrey Jennings, 1943
  30. The Truman Show – Peter Weir, 1998
  31. Mighty Aphrodite – Woody Allen, 1995
  32. American History X – Tony Kaye, 1998
  33. Se7en – David Fincher, 1995
  34. Bringing Up Baby – Howard Hawks, 1938
  35. Trainspotting – Danny Boyle, 1996
  36. Withnail & I – Bruce Robinson, 1987
  37. The Double – Richard Ayoade, 2013
  38. The Breakfast Club – John Hughes, 1985
  39. The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover – Peter Greenaway, 1989
  40. Frankenstein – James Whale, 1933
  41. Before Sunrise – Richard Linklater, 1995
  42. JFK – Oliver Stone, 1991
  43. Muppets Most Wanted – James Bobin, 2014
  44. Sideways – Alexander Payne, 2004
  45. No Country For Old Men – Joel & Ethan Coen, 2007
  46. The Shawshank Redemption – Frank Darabont, 1994
  47. Casino – Martin Scorsese, 1995
  48. Alice – Jan Svankmejer, 1988
  49. Stand By Me – Rob Reiner, 1986
  50. Fatal Attraction – Adrian Lyne, 1987
  51. The Deer Hunter – Michael Cimino, 1978
  52. My Beautiful Laundrette – Stephen Frears, 1985
  53. The 400 Blows – François Truffaut, 1959
  54. The Matrix – Andy & Lana Wachowski, 1999
  55. Donnie Darko – Richard Kelly, 2001
  56. Airplane! – Jim Abrahams & David Zucker, 1980
  57. Raising Arizona – Joel Coen, 1987
  58. Party Monster – Fenton Bailey & Randy Brabato, 2003
  59. Brokeback Mountain – Ang Lee, 2005
  60. These Amazing Shadows – Paul Mariano & Kurt Norton, 2011
  61. Primer – Shane Carruth, 2004
  62. Pi – Darren Aronofsky, 1998
  63. Paths of Glory – Stanley Kubrick, 1957
  64. The Graduate – Mike Nichols, 1967
  65. Take the Money and Run – Woody Allen, 1969
  66. Before Sunset – Richard Linklater, 2004
  67. The Perks of Being a Wallflower – Stephen Chbosky, 2012
  68. Blackfish – Gabriela Cowperthwaite, 2013
  69. Pretty Woman – Garry Marshall, 1990
  70. Not a Love Story: A Film About Pornography – Bonnie Sherr Klein, 1981
  71. Modern Times – Charles Chaplin, 1936
  72. American Psycho – Mary Harron, 2000
  73. Daisies – Vera Chytilová, 1966
  74. Bowling for Columbine – Michael Moore, 2002
  75. Pan’s Labyrinth – Guillermo del Toro, 2006
  76. Goodfellas – Martin Scorsese, 1990
  77. Requiem For a Dream – Darren Aronofsky, 2000
  78. The Lego Movie – Phil Lord & Christopher Miller, 2014
  79. Fast Cheap and Out of Control – Errol Morris, 1997

 

 

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