| 1. Rumble in the Bronx |
December 1: One of the most important, and best, films ever made.
| 2. The Bourne Identity |
December 3: I might have to watch this one again. I always preferred Doug Liman's direction to that of Paul Greengrass. Imagine a fistfight where you can see what the fuck is going on!
| 3. The Shining |
December 1: Say no more.
| 4. Operation: Endgame |
November 27: This is apparently terrible, but it does feature a bevy of interesting comic talent.
| 5. Rosemary's Baby |
December 1: As much as I dislike the ending to this film, it's still an impressive piece of work.
| 6. The Killing Fields |
December 1: Never seen it, but I always wanted to.
| 7. Henry V |
December 1: We few, we happy few. I've always thought that Branagh kind of minced this speech up a little bit, but I know people dig his interpretation, so enjoy!
| 8. Harry and the Hendersons |
December 3: Yay!
| 9. The Beach |
December 1: Another one of those "I should really check this out" films.
| 10. About a Boy |
December 3: Shake ya ass, show me wutcha workin' with.
| 11. Richard III |
December 1: More Shakespeare!
| 12. Rocky III |
December 1: alongside a lot of other Rocky films as well.
| 13. The Parallax View |
December 1: Good movie, great poster.
| 14. Friday the 13th |
Dec 1: The bulk of the series is appearing, apparently, including Part II, Part III, and Part 4: The Final Chapter (heh).
| 15. Outbreak |
December 1: I've always liked this movie, although it is a bit 90's now.
| 16. The Bounty Hunter |
December 1: FINALLY!
And now for the soon-to-expires:
| 1. Stand by Me |
December 1: We gain The Shining, we lose Stand By Me. Seems fair.
| 2. Independence Day |
December 1: TODAY...WE CELEBRATE...OUR THANKSGIVING.
| 3. Fargo |
December 1: Watched this again last night. Great movie, although the reliance on the "Yah"s for humor kind of annoyed me after a while.
| 4. Dog Day Afternoon |
December 1: It's a trap!
| 5. What's Eating Gilbert Grape |
December 1: A fine little drama from back when River Phoenix wasn't dead.
| 6. Annie Hall |
December 1: I confess that Woody Allen and I don't quite get along in the humor department, but if you want to see what everyone calls his finest film, here it is.
| 7. Con Air |
December 1: One of Nicholas Cage's most ridiculous films, and that's kind of saying something.
| 8. Mulholland Dr. |
December 1: One of my favorite films that revolves around the concept of dreaming. Quite a screwy movie, but enjoyable.
| 9. Showgirls |
December 1: Burlesque is, in every way, a better film than this, but enjoy nonetheless.