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Inspired by posts I saw last year, here is a list of all the films I saw for the first time in 2014. (With links and highlight discussion)

Films I watched for the first time in 2014
2nd Jan Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind (2004) [Dir. Michel Gondry]
4th Jan Seeking a Friend for the End of the World (2012) [Dir. Lorene Scafaria]
5th Jan Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008) [Dir. Woody Allen]
6th Jan Friends With Benefits (2011) [Dir. Will Gluck]
7th Jan The Place Beyond the Pines] (2012) [Dir. Derek Cianfrance]
8th Jan The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012) [Dir. Stephen Chbosky]
9th Jan The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013) [Dir. Ben Stiller]
10th Jan Submarine (2010) [Dir. Richard Ayoade]
11th Jan In Time (2011) [Dir. Andrew Niccol]
13th Jan Manhattan (1979) [Dir. Woody Allen]
14th Jan Lost in Translation (2003) [Dir. Sofia Coppola]
15th Jan Husbands and Wives (1992) [Dir. Woody Allen]
16th Jan Safety Not Guaranteed (2012) [Dir. Colin Trevorrow]
17th Jan Rapture-Palooza (2013) [Dir. Paul Middleditch]
18th Jan The Change-Up (2011) [Dir. David Dobkin]
19th Jan Eddie Murphy: Raw (1987) [Dir. Robert Townsend]
20th Jan Our Idiot Brother (2011) [Dir. Jesse Peretz]
21st Jan Prince Avalanche (2013) [Dir. David Gordon Green]
23rd Jan Pumping Iron (1977) [Dir. George Butler & Robert Fiore]
25th Jan Play It Again, Sam (1972) [Dir. Woody Allen]
26th Jan Spring Breakers (2012) [Dir. Harmony Korine]
31st Jan Wreck-It Ralph (2012) [Dir. Rich Moore]
23rd Feb Another Earth (2011) [Dir. Mike Cahill]
27th Feb What's Up, Tiger Lily? (1966) [Dir. Woody Allen]
6th Mar Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989) [Dir. Woody Allen]
13th Mar Rushmore (1998) [Dir. Wes Anderson]
14th Mar Zombieland (2009) [Dir. Ruben Fleischer]
19th Mar The Godfather Part 2 (1974) [Dir. Francis Ford Coppola]
20th Mar Fight Club (1999) [Dir. David Fincher]
21st Mar Being John Malkovich (1999) [Dir. Spike Jonze]
22nd Mar Youth In Revolt (2009) [Dir. Miguel Arteta]
26nd Mar The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) [Dir. Wes Anderson]
27th Mar Zack and Miri Make a Porno (2008) [Dir. Kevin Smith]
28th Mar Death at a Funeral (2010) [Dir. Niel LaBute]
29th Mar How I Live Now (2013) [Dir. Kevin Macdonald]
30th Mar The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004) [Dir. Wes Anderson]
4th Apr The Royal Tenenbaums (2001) [Dir. Wes Anderson]
5th Apr Inception (2010) [Dir. Chistopher Nolan]
6th Apr Little Miss Sunshine (2006) [Dir. Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris]
8th Apr The Hurt Locker (2008) [Dir. Kathryn Bigelow]
9th Apr The Godfather Part 3 (1990) [Dir. Francis Ford Coppola]
20th Apr Fargo (1996) [Dir. Joel & Ethan Coen] 22nd Apr Drinking Buddies (2013) [Dir. Joe Swanberg]
23rd Apr Don Jon (2013) [Dir. Joseph Gordon-Levitt]
24th Apr Batman Begins (2005) [Dir. Christopher Nolan]
25th Apr The Dark Knight (2008) [Dir. Christopher Nolan]
26th Apr The Dark Knight Rises (2012) [Dir. Christopher Nolan]
27th Apr The Book of Eli (2010) [Dir. The Hughes Brothers]
28th Apr This Is The End (2013) [Dir. Evan Goldberg & Seth Rogan]
29th Apr The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) [Dir. Martin Scorsese]
30th Apr The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013) [Dir. Francis Lawrence]
1st May Inglourious Bastereds (2009) [Dir. Quentin Tarantino]
3rd May American Hustle (2013) [Dir. David O. Russell]
4th May The Inbetweeners Movie (2011) [Dir. Ben Palmer]
11th May Anchorman (2004) [Dir. Adam McKay]
13th May Anchorman 2 (2013) [Dir. Adam McKay]
18th May American Pie 2 (2001) [Dir. J.B. Rogers]
18th May American Pie: The Wedding (2003) [Dir. Jesse Dylan]
23rd May Moonrise Kingdom (2012) [Dir. Wes Anderson]
25th May Jiro Dreams of Sushi (2011) [Dir. David Gelb]
26th May Ghostbusters (1984) [Dir. Ivan Reitman]
27th May Goodfellas (1990) [Dir. Martin Scorsese]
28th May Godzilla (2014) [Dir. Gareth Edwards]
29th May The Big Lebowski (1998) [Dir. Joel & Ethan Coen]
31st May Alien (1979) [Dir. Ridley Scott]
1st Jun The Darjeeling Limited (2007) [Dir. Wes Anderson]
2nd Jun Whatever Works (2009) [Dir. Woody Allen]
3rd Jun 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) [Dir. Stanley Kubrick]
4th Jun A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014) [Dir. Seth MacFarlane]
5th Jun Mean Streets (1973) [Dir. Martin Scorsese]
9th Jun Sleeper (1973) [Dir. Woody Allen]
10th Jun Casino (1995) [Dir. Martin Scorsese]
12th Jun The Amazing Spiderman (2012) [Dir. Marc Webb]
13th Jun Taxi Driver (1976) [Dir. Martin Scorsese]
15th Jun World War Z (2013) [Dir. Marc Foster]
17th Jun Midnight in Paris (2011) [Dir. Woody Allen]
18th Jun To Rome With Love (2012) [Dir. Woody Allen]
19th Jun Blue Jasmin (2013) [Dir. Woody Allen
19th Jun The Bling Ring (2013) [Dir. Sofia Coppola]
20th Jun Deconstructing Harry (1997) [Dir. Woody Allen]
22nd Jun The Watch (2012) [Dir. Akiva Schaffer]
24th Jun The Goonies (1985) [Dir. Richard Donner]
25th Jun Frances Ha (2012) [Dir. Noah Baumbach]
6th Jul Johnny English Reborn (2011) [Dir. Oliver Parker]
11th Jul A Hard Day’s Night (1964) [Dir. Richard Lester]
20th Jul Hugo (2011) [Dir. Martin Scorsese]
26th Jul Blades of Glory (2007) [Dir. Josh Gordon & Will Speck]
6th Sep O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) [Dir. Joel & Ethan Coen]
7th Sep The Unbelievers (2013) [Dir. Gus Holwerda]
7th Sep Primer (2004) [Dir. Shane Carruth]
8th Sep Filth (2013) [Dir. Jon S. Baird]
9th Sep Swingers (1996) [Dir. Doug Liman]
11th Sep The Ides of March (2011) [Dir. George Clooney]
11th Sep Shutter Island (2010) [Dir. Martin Scorsese]
12th Sep Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure (1989) [Dir. Stephen Herek]
15th Sep Inside Llewyn Davis (2013) [Dir. Joel & Ethan Coen]
17th Sep Mighty Aphrodite (1995) [Dir. Woody Allen]
18th Sep The Usual Suspects (1995) [Dir. Bryan Singer]
19th Sep Oldboy (2003) [Dir. Chan-wook Park]
20th Sep Stripes (1981) [Dir. Ivan Reitman]
21st Sep Carrie (2013) [Dir. Kimberly Peirce]
26th Sep The Double (2013) [Dir. Richard Ayoade]
30th Sep Life After Beth (2014) [Dir. Jeff Baena]
2nd Oct True Grit (2010) [Dir. Joel & Ethan Coen]
13th Oct Zelig (1983) [Dir. Woody Allen]
14th Oct Bananas (1971) [Dir. Woody Allen]
15th Oct Love and Death (1975) [Dir. Woody Allen]
16th Oct Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* But Were Afraid to Ask (1972) [Dir. Woody Allen]
26th Oct The Shinig (1980) [Dir. Stanley Kubrick]
2nd Nov Say When (2014) [Dir. Lynn Shelton]
2nd Nov Shame (2011) [Dir. Steve McQueen]
15th Nov Blackfish (2013) [Dir. Gabriela Cowperthwaite]
15th Nov Zodiac (2007) [Dir. David Fincher]
16th Nov Interstellar (2014) [Dir. Christopher Nolan]
22nd Nov Horrible Bosses (2011) [Dir. Seth Gordon]
24th Nov Horrible Bosses 2 (2014) [Dir. Sean Anders]
29th Nov Scarface (1983) [Dir. Brian De Palma]
12th Dec American History X (1998) [Dir. Tony Kaye]
14th Dec Melancholia (2011) [Dir. Lars von Trier]
18th Dec The Great Gatsby (2013) [Dir. Baz Luhrmann]
21st Dec Men in Black 3 (2012) [Dir. Barry Sonnenfeld]
24th Dec It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) [Dir. Frank Capra]
26th Dec On the Town (1949) [Dir. Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly]
27th Dec Mission: Impossible 2 (2000) [Dir. John Woo]
28th Dec 22 Jump Street (2014) [Dir. Phil Lord & Christopher Miller]
31st Dec Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) [Dir. Wes Anderson]
As is probably clear by the list I really enjoyed the films of a lot of the big directors: Allen, Anderson, Coen, Kubrick, Coppola (Both Sofia & Francis), Ayoade, Fincher, Scorsese. I enjoyed every film I saw from these directors. Woody Allen is my favourite writer, I find myself really relating to some of his characters in terms of their anxiety and traits. I thought every frame in Wes Anderson's films were like a well composed image.
Some highlights:
Some lowlights:
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[FIGHT PREVIEWS] Bermane Stiverne vs Chris Arreola, Amnat Ruenroeng vs Kazuto Ioka, Donnie Nietes vs Moises Fuentes + more

Wednesday May 7

From Bodymaker Colosseum, Osaka, Japan

Amnat Ruenroeng 12(5)-0 vs Kazuto Ioka 14(9)-0

12 rounds
IBF flyweight title
In Ioka’s first venture into the deep waters of the flyweight division, he will set his sights on the perceived weakest link. Ruenroeng upset Rocky Fuentes back in January to capture the vacant IBF title. Ruenroeng has a deep amateur career that includes a loss to Zou Shiming in his final amateur tournament that he participated in. The flyweight division (and the smaller weight classes in general) are unforgiving with age. Often times, guys get old overnight and seemingly insignificant stay busy fights could end your career. Just ask Pongsaklek Wonjongkam, longtime champion at flyweight. By the way, let’s go on a tangent. Let’s trace the lineal flyweight title.
Sonny Boy Jaro, a notorious journeyman who will knock out some prospect or champion every so often, was the one to finish Wonjongkam and take the elder wand-I mean the lineal championship. Jaro then went to Japan to face Toshiyuki Igarashi. Igarashi was a tough little prospect who’d suffered a loss early in his career, but many at the lower weight classes do. He seemed on his way. He wins a split decision over Jaro (which is shocking.) Then he defends it against Argentine Nestor Narvaes. Igarashi then defends against Akira Yaegashi. Yaegashi beats the breaks off of him in a fight of the year contender. Now, Yaegashi is the current lineal champion at flyweight. A direct decendent of the great Wonjongkam. (Seriously, if you don’t know about how great Wonjongkam is, google him. This guy was a real throwback to champions of the past.)
Okay… so uh this fight has really nothing to do with that other than Ioka and Ruenroeng fight in the same division and are fighting for a paper title. Let’s go over styles. In studying Ruenroeng, what we have with him is a very good boxer who relies on his jab (which he throws more like a power jab) and footwork to stay outside. He doesn’t pack a big punch and he doesn’t move his head as much as he should. If there’s a vulnerability or a way for Ioka to beat him, there’s 2 ways I see. One being that Ruenroeng is often open for a wide left hook. When he throws his power jab, he drops his right hand and finds himself squared up. Fuentes tagged him with it multiple times in their fight. I think combined with Ioka’s body punching, this could be his ultimate end.
As for Ioka, in my opinion, he’s coming in as the favorite. Ioka’s got a win over Yaegashi in his 10th pro fight (now it all comes together!) and improves with every fight. Here’s what’s always impressed me about Ioka and I use to gauge how ready prospects are. I look at what I call actions per minute. It’s the pace at which they fight and what they do with their time in the ring. Fighters who compete at the highest level, their rounds go by quick. Watch a Pacquiao fight. When he’s fighting a Marquez or a Bradley, the rounds fly by. Why is that? Because they are constantly working. They are feinting, they’re moving not just to move, but to position themselves, and they’re setting traps or taking mental pictures. This is why I thought Pacquiao-Marquez IV was the better fight than Rios-Alvarado I. Most of what was happening in the Rios fight was punches from everywhere. There wasn’t that high speed chess that was present in the Pacquiao fight. I love the tension it creates. Ioka has shown he can fight at that pace since he was green. Ioka’s style is tough to pin down. He’s a boxer-puncher, but he’s also prone to counter-punch. Ioka doesn’t move his head much and that’s led him into some real exciting contests over the course of his relatively short career, his chin and ring IQ have kept him in a lot of fights he might have otherwise been stopped in.

Katsunari Takayama 26(10)-6 vs Shin Ono 17(2)-5-2

12 rounds
IBF minimumweight title
Takayama is already 30 and that’s not a good sign in the minimumweight division. To stay at such a low weight as you get older is draining and takes a lot out of you. Takayama has had an up and down career, but he’s only been stopped once. Of the following opponents who’ve beat him, guess which one stopped him: Nkosinathi Joyi, Mateo Handig, Masato Hatakeyama, or Roman Gonzalez. Which do you choose? Yep, obviously it’s… wait a second. Are you sure? It’s not El Chocolatito? The, and I mean all capital letters, THE baby Golovkin? The baddest little dude on the planet? Afraid not, reader. Gonzalez easily out-pointed him, but didn’t stop him. That honor goes to Hatakeyama. It was over 10 years ago at junior flyweight. Takayama has since moved down and fared well as a minimumweight. Ono is simply a domestic defense. His 2 knockouts are impressive to Cesar Rene Cuenca, but no one else. Barring some Sonny Boy Jaro shenanigans, Takayama will retain and maybe have a unification with Naoya Inoue. (I think this is not possible because Japanese promoters have their own cold war going on.)

Friday May 9

From Gran Canaria Arena, Las Palmas, Islas Canarias, Spain

Ceferino Rodriguez 15(9)-0 v Ismael El Massoudi 39(14)-7

12 rounds
EBU-EU welterweight title
I don’t want to say that El Massoudi is better than his record states, but he kind of is. Let’s get this out the way first, because I can’t focus. His nickname is Desert Storm. Lol. He’s from Morocco so I guess it works. Anyway, why is this here? Because Ceferino Rodriguez is a 25 year old Spanish welterweight prospect promoted by none other than Sergio Martinez. I think Martinez has an eye for talent. Say what you will about Pablo Sarmiento, Sergio’s trainer, but he did a good job with Kiko Martinez and if he’s doing the same work with Rodriguez, we could have a terrific prospect coming our way in the near future.

Gabriel Campillo 22(9)-6-1 vs Ricky Dennis Pow 11(8)-2-1

10 rounds
cruiserweight division
Campillo moves up from light heavyweight after losing to Andrzej Fonfara last summer. My opinion on Campillo is that if this guy had any power, he’d be pretty special. He doesn’t and thus, he will only go as far as his cleverness takes him.
From Dover Downs Hotel and Casino, Dover, Delaware

Ray Robinson 17(7)-2 vs George Sosa 13(13)-7

10 rounds
welterweight division
First, The New Ray Robinson is rated at worst in the top 20 of welterweights in the world. Chew on that for a while. Second, I feel it’s my duty to remind you any time he fights. Which is pretty often.

Saturday May 10

From SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay City, Metro Manilla, Philippines

Donnie Nietes 32(18)-1-4 vs Moises Fuentes 19(10)-1-1

12 rounds
WBO light flyweight title
This is a rematch of their first encounter a little over a year go. Nietes hasn’t lost in 10 years while Fuentes lost a couple of years ago to a Mexican fighter who failed to make weight. I don’t like when guys have a ton of draws on their record. It tells me that they’re okay to simply match their opponent in exchanges and not do enough to stand out. Obviously you don’t get to 32 wins by doing that every time, but those guys are alarming to me. Their last contest was as even as it gets and I expect Nietes to get the win this time.

Milan Melindo 30(12)-1 vs Martin Tecuapetla 11(8)-5-2

12 rounds
flyweight division
Melindo’s skill level is far about his opponent. He fought one hell of a fight against Juan Francisco Estrada last summer in Macau. Estrada easily won the fight, but Melindo impressed me with his heart and determination. Melindo is young and I think in a couple of fights he can capture one of the belts at flyweight. If Yaegashi doesn’t scoop them all up.
From Olympia, Liverpool, Merseyside, UK

Martin Gethin 24(11)-4-1 vs Derry Mathews 34(19)-9-2

I think this is it for dirty Derry. Win or lose, I think he’s taking his spoils and calling it a day. Dirty Derry has done a fine job putting on entertaining fights, but it seems like his career has been plagued by 1 step forward and 2 steps back syndrome.

Chris Eubank Jr 14(9)-0 vs Robert Swierzbinsky 13(3)-2

8 rounds
middleweight division
I guess Frank Warren is going to take it easy on his prospects after his last card.
From Ponds Forge Arena, Sheffield, Yorkshire, UK

Kid Galahad 16(8)-0 vs Fed Mundraby 15(7)-1-1

12 rounds
super bantamweight division
I haven’t made up my mind about Galahad yet.

Hughie Fury 13(8)-0 vs Danny Hughes 12(3)-2-2

unknown rounds
cheeseburger division
From Galen Center, Los Angeles, California
TV: ESPN (USA)

Bermane Stiverne 23(20)-1-1 vs Chris Arreola 36(31)-3

12 rounds
vacant WBC heavyweight title
Let’s address one thing here. This is being billed as a heavyweight title match. Let’s be clear. This should be called something like The American Heavyweight championship. Or Championship of the Americas for heavy people. Or maybe The No-Klitschko Heavyweight Division Championship. Everyone can call out Wladimir and say they want to fight him, but until otherwise proven, there isn’t a single heavyweight out there that’s on his level. One attribute doesn’t put you there. Wilder’s power, Arreola’s determination, heart, and chin, Stiverne’s jab, Pulev’s whatever he does that keeps him winning, maybe if we added all that up into one person, we’ll throw them in the mix. But that’s not the case. So essentially, this title will be the title for the rest of aren’t gifted with a shot at the real champion.
Arreola is a slight underdog here and it makes sense to me. Stiverne dropped him in their first fight and thoroughly controlled the fight with his jab and movement. Stiverne has an advantage in the quickness department, as well. The wildcard in this fight is Arreola’s new fitness. He’s in shape like never before and that could be the difference. Whether it affects his ability to throw a punch or take one. Arreola is going to need to add a new wrinkle to his game, and that is to add some feints. Arreola is really good at cutting off the ring and trapping guys in the corner, the problem with Stiverne is that he has a tight guard and when he’s shelled up, Arreola isn’t landing anything flush. A good counter to that would also be to rip some body shots when he’s in the corner. Making Stiverne weary of a body shot will open him up for some bombs to the face.
All in all, both guys are promising fireworks and you can’t ask for a better heavyweight fight for network TV. I’m excited for this fight and I expect this to be a great fight.

Amir Imam 13(12)-0 vs Yardenis Ugas 15(7)-2

8 rounds
junior welterweight division

Eric Molina 20(14)-2 vs DaVarryl Williamson 27(23)-7

10 rounds
heavyweight division
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Inspired by posts I saw last year, here is a list of all the films I saw for the first time in 2014. (With links and highlight discussion)

Films I watched for the first time in 2014
2nd Jan Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind (2004) [Dir. Michel Gondry]
4th Jan Seeking a Friend for the End of the World (2012) [Dir. Lorene Scafaria]
5th Jan Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008) [Dir. Woody Allen]
6th Jan Friends With Benefits (2011) [Dir. Will Gluck]
7th Jan The Place Beyond the Pines] (2012) [Dir. Derek Cianfrance]
8th Jan The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012) [Dir. Stephen Chbosky]
9th Jan The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013) [Dir. Ben Stiller]
10th Jan Submarine (2010) [Dir. Richard Ayoade]
11th Jan In Time (2011) [Dir. Andrew Niccol]
13th Jan Manhattan (1979) [Dir. Woody Allen]
14th Jan Lost in Translation (2003) [Dir. Sofia Coppola]
15th Jan Husbands and Wives (1992) [Dir. Woody Allen]
16th Jan Safety Not Guaranteed (2012) [Dir. Colin Trevorrow]
17th Jan Rapture-Palooza (2013) [Dir. Paul Middleditch]
18th Jan The Change-Up (2011) [Dir. David Dobkin]
19th Jan Eddie Murphy: Raw (1987) [Dir. Robert Townsend]
20th Jan Our Idiot Brother (2011) [Dir. Jesse Peretz]
21st Jan Prince Avalanche (2013) [Dir. David Gordon Green]
23rd Jan Pumping Iron (1977) [Dir. George Butler & Robert Fiore]
25th Jan Play It Again, Sam (1972) [Dir. Woody Allen]
26th Jan Spring Breakers (2012) [Dir. Harmony Korine]
31st Jan Wreck-It Ralph (2012) [Dir. Rich Moore]
23rd Feb Another Earth (2011) [Dir. Mike Cahill]
27th Feb What's Up, Tiger Lily? (1966) [Dir. Woody Allen]
6th Mar Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989) [Dir. Woody Allen]
13th Mar Rushmore (1998) [Dir. Wes Anderson]
14th Mar Zombieland (2009) [Dir. Ruben Fleischer]
19th Mar The Godfather Part 2 (1974) [Dir. Francis Ford Coppola]
20th Mar Fight Club (1999) [Dir. David Fincher]
21st Mar Being John Malkovich (1999) [Dir. Spike Jonze]
22nd Mar Youth In Revolt (2009) [Dir. Miguel Arteta]
26nd Mar The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) [Dir. Wes Anderson]
27th Mar Zack and Miri Make a Porno (2008) [Dir. Kevin Smith]
28th Mar Death at a Funeral (2010) [Dir. Niel LaBute]
29th Mar How I Live Now (2013) [Dir. Kevin Macdonald]
30th Mar The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004) [Dir. Wes Anderson]
4th Apr The Royal Tenenbaums (2001) [Dir. Wes Anderson]
5th Apr Inception (2010) [Dir. Chistopher Nolan]
6th Apr Little Miss Sunshine (2006) [Dir. Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris]
8th Apr The Hurt Locker (2008) [Dir. Kathryn Bigelow]
9th Apr The Godfather Part 3 (1990) [Dir. Francis Ford Coppola]
20th Apr Fargo (1996) [Dir. Joel & Ethan Coen] 22nd Apr Drinking Buddies (2013) [Dir. Joe Swanberg]
23rd Apr Don Jon (2013) [Dir. Joseph Gordon-Levitt]
24th Apr Batman Begins (2005) [Dir. Christopher Nolan]
25th Apr The Dark Knight (2008) [Dir. Christopher Nolan]
26th Apr The Dark Knight Rises (2012) [Dir. Christopher Nolan]
27th Apr The Book of Eli (2010) [Dir. The Hughes Brothers]
28th Apr This Is The End (2013) [Dir. Evan Goldberg & Seth Rogan]
29th Apr The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) [Dir. Martin Scorsese]
30th Apr The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013) [Dir. Francis Lawrence]
1st May Inglourious Bastereds (2009) [Dir. Quentin Tarantino]
3rd May American Hustle (2013) [Dir. David O. Russell]
4th May The Inbetweeners Movie (2011) [Dir. Ben Palmer]
11th May Anchorman (2004) [Dir. Adam McKay]
13th May Anchorman 2 (2013) [Dir. Adam McKay]
18th May American Pie 2 (2001) [Dir. J.B. Rogers]
18th May American Pie: The Wedding (2003) [Dir. Jesse Dylan]
23rd May Moonrise Kingdom (2012) [Dir. Wes Anderson]
25th May Jiro Dreams of Sushi (2011) [Dir. David Gelb]
26th May Ghostbusters (1984) [Dir. Ivan Reitman]
27th May Goodfellas (1990) [Dir. Martin Scorsese]
28th May Godzilla (2014) [Dir. Gareth Edwards]
29th May The Big Lebowski (1998) [Dir. Joel & Ethan Coen]
31st May Alien (1979) [Dir. Ridley Scott]
1st Jun The Darjeeling Limited (2007) [Dir. Wes Anderson]
2nd Jun Whatever Works (2009) [Dir. Woody Allen]
3rd Jun 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) [Dir. Stanley Kubrick]
4th Jun A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014) [Dir. Seth MacFarlane]
5th Jun Mean Streets (1973) [Dir. Martin Scorsese]
9th Jun Sleeper (1973) [Dir. Woody Allen]
10th Jun Casino (1995) [Dir. Martin Scorsese]
12th Jun The Amazing Spiderman (2012) [Dir. Marc Webb]
13th Jun Taxi Driver (1976) [Dir. Martin Scorsese]
15th Jun World War Z (2013) [Dir. Marc Foster]
17th Jun Midnight in Paris (2011) [Dir. Woody Allen]
18th Jun To Rome With Love (2012) [Dir. Woody Allen]
19th Jun Blue Jasmin (2013) [Dir. Woody Allen
19th Jun The Bling Ring (2013) [Dir. Sofia Coppola]
20th Jun Deconstructing Harry (1997) [Dir. Woody Allen]
22nd Jun The Watch (2012) [Dir. Akiva Schaffer]
24th Jun The Goonies (1985) [Dir. Richard Donner]
25th Jun Frances Ha (2012) [Dir. Noah Baumbach]
6th Jul Johnny English Reborn (2011) [Dir. Oliver Parker]
11th Jul A Hard Day’s Night (1964) [Dir. Richard Lester]
20th Jul Hugo (2011) [Dir. Martin Scorsese]
26th Jul Blades of Glory (2007) [Dir. Josh Gordon & Will Speck]
6th Sep O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) [Dir. Joel & Ethan Coen]
7th Sep The Unbelievers (2013) [Dir. Gus Holwerda]
7th Sep Primer (2004) [Dir. Shane Carruth]
8th Sep Filth (2013) [Dir. Jon S. Baird]
9th Sep Swingers (1996) [Dir. Doug Liman]
11th Sep The Ides of March (2011) [Dir. George Clooney]
11th Sep Shutter Island (2010) [Dir. Martin Scorsese]
12th Sep Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure (1989) [Dir. Stephen Herek]
15th Sep Inside Llewyn Davis (2013) [Dir. Joel & Ethan Coen]
17th Sep Mighty Aphrodite (1995) [Dir. Woody Allen]
18th Sep The Usual Suspects (1995) [Dir. Bryan Singer]
19th Sep Oldboy (2003) [Dir. Chan-wook Park]
20th Sep Stripes (1981) [Dir. Ivan Reitman]
21st Sep Carrie (2013) [Dir. Kimberly Peirce]
26th Sep The Double (2013) [Dir. Richard Ayoade]
30th Sep Life After Beth (2014) [Dir. Jeff Baena]
2nd Oct True Grit (2010) [Dir. Joel & Ethan Coen]
13th Oct Zelig (1983) [Dir. Woody Allen]
14th Oct Bananas (1971) [Dir. Woody Allen]
15th Oct Love and Death (1975) [Dir. Woody Allen]
16th Oct Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* But Were Afraid to Ask (1972) [Dir. Woody Allen]
26th Oct The Shinig (1980) [Dir. Stanley Kubrick]
2nd Nov Say When (2014) [Dir. Lynn Shelton]
2nd Nov Shame (2011) [Dir. Steve McQueen]
15th Nov Blackfish (2013) [Dir. Gabriela Cowperthwaite]
15th Nov Zodiac (2007) [Dir. David Fincher]
16th Nov Interstellar (2014) [Dir. Christopher Nolan]
22nd Nov Horrible Bosses (2011) [Dir. Seth Gordon]
24th Nov Horrible Bosses 2 (2014) [Dir. Sean Anders]
29th Nov Scarface (1983) [Dir. Brian De Palma]
12th Dec American History X (1998) [Dir. Tony Kaye]
14th Dec Melancholia (2011) [Dir. Lars von Trier]
18th Dec The Great Gatsby (2013) [Dir. Baz Luhrmann]
21st Dec Men in Black 3 (2012) [Dir. Barry Sonnenfeld]
24th Dec It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) [Dir. Frank Capra]
26th Dec On the Town (1949) [Dir. Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly]
27th Dec Mission: Impossible 2 (2000) [Dir. John Woo]
28th Dec 22 Jump Street (2014) [Dir. Phil Lord & Christopher Miller]
31st Dec Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) [Dir. Wes Anderson]
As is probably clear by the list I really enjoyed the films of a lot of the big directors: Allen, Anderson, Coen, Kubrick, Coppola (Both Sofia & Francis), Ayoade, Fincher, Scorsese. I enjoyed every film I saw from these directors. Woody Allen is my favourite writer, I find myself really relating to some of his characters in terms of their anxiety and traits. I thought every frame in Wes Anderson's films were like a well composed image.
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