Thursday, February 22, 2018

Marvel Cinematic Universe Ranked

What a time to be comic book fan! We are definitely being spoiled with the amount of good comic book movies being made. I feel this is what will be the golden age of comic book movies with so many good movies coming out especially from Marvel comics. I read comic books as a kid up until by early 20's and I still read graphic novels from time to time when I can. I do not always know all the stories touched on in movies, but sometime like Civil War I have read the comics and know what they have changed. I am just ranking the Cinematic Universe that started in 2008 with Iron Man and the hinting of the Avengers (sorry fans of Blade, Raimi Spider-Man films, and Fantastic Four) maybe we can do a ranking of those another time. 

Before I start I understand everyone has different favorites, the reason I made this list was because a friend of mine made his list on Facebook and the amount of people telling him what he did wrong made me kind of upset. It was just his own personal rankings, as these are mine. Maybe you love Thor flicks more then me, that's cool! I like Thor but not as much as Captain America flicks!

So my rankings include the last time I saw the movie, how many total times I have seen the movie and the overall ranking of the movie out of the 115 comic books movies  I have seen. I will include brief reason/summary of why I like/dislike the movie. Thanks for reading and have please tell me your rankings. 

Marvel Cinematic Universe Films Ranked:

1.       Captain America: The Winter Solider (2014) – last seen 11/9/16 (seen 3 times total)  Overall comic book rank #2 out of 115 - This is my favorite Marvel Cinematic movie. I was totally shocked when I first saw this movie and how they made a comic movie into something more. It's a political thriller and a buddy cop movie rolled into a comic book flick and this made me love the Russo Brothers (who also directed Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War. I thought Anthony Mackie was just a great addition to the marvel universe and the acting by Chris Evans is the best he has done. This movie also had long lasting implications going forward in the marvel cinematic universe.

2.       The Avengers (2012) – last seen 6/29/16 (seen 5 times total)  Overall comic book rank #3 out of 115 - This is the conclusion that started with Iron Man in 2008, the Avengers was made into an actual movie! I never thought I would see this movie in my life time and wow they just nailed it. The final battle in New York is still probably one of my all time favorite comic book movie fight. Just such a great fun and enjoying (and satisfying) comic book film.

3.       Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) – last seen 3/18/17 (seen 3 times total)  Overall comic book rank #5 out of 115 - This was a total surprise but in the best way, this is one the most enjoying comic book experience I had in a long time. They made the movie funny but also have heart and all done with great humor and nostalgia. I know Avengers is ranked higher but this is the best team in the MCU.

4.       Captain America: Civil War (2016) – last seen 5/15/16 (seen 2 times total)  Overall comic book rank # 9 out of 115 - Basically Avengers 3 but also an outstanding Captain America movie. I think this really gets into what Cap stands for and how he is willing to be steadfast in his beliefs. The airport fight scene rivals Avengers for the best fight scene in the MCU. Just so cool to see team cap vs team Iron Man running towards each other ready to fight and we actually understand why they are fighting. Oh and Spider-Man! Giant Man! If you love comics as a kid this movie was made for you!

5.       Iron Man (2008) – last seen 6/8/16 (seen 3 times total)  Overall comic book rank # 14 out of 115 - The one that started it all and showed us fans that marvel was going in the right direction. Big thanks needs to be made for Jon Favreau for casting Robert Downey Jr and making this movie start to link the films. This is how you do an origin story!

6.       Ant-Man (2015) – last seen 8/3/15 (seen 3 times total)  Overall comic book rank # 23 out of 115 - Probably won't be this high on many peoples list, so why so high on your? I just love the movie! Paul Rudd brings humor and heart to the story and I love the San Francisco setting. I feel I can watch this movie anytime and still enjoy it just as much as the first time.

7.       Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) – last seen 6/16/17 (seen 2 times total)  Overall comic book rank #24 of 115 - Spider-Man made such a great intro in Civil War and it was great to see that they kept up the promise he showed. Tom Holland is a younger Spidey dealing with a lot of the issues that Spider-Man dealt with in the comics. School, girls, etc. Great job here with casting Micheal Keaton as sympathetic villain the Vulture.

8.       Black Panther (2018) – last seen 2/21/18 (seen 1 time)  Overall comic book rank #25 of 115 - Just saw this yesterday so it is very fresh. Again marvel shows they can make movies that show us new places and great stories. It is sort of James Bond-ish at times and I think the message is very heartfelt yet not in your face and one of the best in the MCU. Michael B. Jordan steals the show as the villain who you almost cannot argue with. Can go up with more viewings for sure.

9.       Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 (2017) – last seen 1/24/17 (seen 2 times total)  Overall comic book rank #29 of 115 - The second viewing of this really cemented how much I enjoyed it. This is a movie that is large in spectacle and why not quite as good as the first it does continue to explore the family dynamic of how we disagree but in the end family sticks together. A very touching and sad ending to this one.

10.   Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) – last seen 6/20/16 (seen 4 times total)  Overall comic book rank # 32 of 115 - I really love this one, it is another showing of how to do an origin story correctly. Chris Evans really showed me that he can act and took this role really seriously. Before these Cap series I never gave the character much praise but the MCU has changed my stance on Cap a lot. Still waiting for Red Skull to come back, he was a well done bad guy. 

11.   Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) – last seen 10/2/15 (seen 3 times total)  Overall comic book rank # 36 of 115 - Really enjoyed this movie and how it built off of the first one. The characters are getting closer but they also have some disagreements. They all have to come together to take on Ultron. Not quite as a good as the top ten films but still a quality flick.

12.   Thor (2011) – last seen 6/17/16 (seen 3 times total)  Overall comic book rank # 43 of 115 - I thought Chirs Hemsworth had amazing charisma as Thor and a presence that makes you root for him as well as like him. The movie is the fish out of water story as Thor is banished to Earth and learns about what a real hero is. They did a great job with Asgard and Loki is a bad guy we all enjoy.

13.   Doctor Strange (2016) – last seen 3/19/17 (seen 2 times)  Overall comic book rank #44 of 115 - Cumberbatch is great as a man who is in search for healing in one way or another. The effects are top notch and have a very trippy vibe. The movie goes into magic and how that places in the MCU. I look forward to seeing where they take Dr. Strange soon.

14.   Thor: Ragnarok (2017) – last seen 11/6/17 (seen 1 time)  Overall comic book rank # 47 of 115 - Only saw it once but this was a very fun movie. Thor again is an outsider in a new world but this time he gets some cool friends aka The Hulk is a major player in this one. Great humor and coolness. Need to see again!

15.   Iron Man 3 (2013) – last seen 7/1/16 (seen 4 times)  Overall comic book rank #48 of 115 - Iron Man 3 was much better then part 2 but still not as good as the other movies on this list. This time Tony Stark is suffering from PTSD from the Avengers battle, he gets some time out of the suit and the movies ending shows that he can move on from Iron Man and be ok.

16.   Iron Man 2 (2010) – last seen 6/12/16 (seen 2 times)  Overall comic book rank #64 of 115 - Average Iron Man flick, wasn't bad but not my favorite. Sam Rockwell brings some nice humor as Justin Hammer but the main villain Wiplash does fall flat at times. I feel the ending was hurried and might suffer from too many cooks in the kitchen (Black Widow shows up here too).

17.   Thor: The Dark World (2013) – last seen 8/4/16 (seen 3 times)  Overall comic book rank #75 of 115 - I thought this was somewhat of a misfire, I didn't really think the bad guy was that intriguing and the humor just doesn't work in this one. Not very memorable.

18.   The Incredible Hulk (2008) – last seen 7/11/16 (seen 2 times)  Overall comic book rank #80 of 115 - Before Mark Ruffalo the Hulk was in this pretty average movie played by Ed Norton. The movie is somewhat of a mess, despite having good actors in place. This was early when the MCU wasn't what it is today. 

Thursday, February 15, 2018

MLB 2018 Predictions


New York Yankees    95-67
Boston Red Sox         90-72*
Toronto Blue Jays      81-81
Baltimore Orioles      79-83
Tampa Bay Rays        72-90

Cleveland Indians       99-62
Minnesota Twins        83-79
Chicago White Sox    71-91
Kansas City Royals    68-94
Detroit Tigers             63-99

Houston Astros           102-60
Los Angeles Angels    85-77*
Texas Rangers             77-85
Seattle Mariners          73-89
Oakland Athletics       72-90


Washington Nationals      99-63
New York Mets                82-80
Philadelphia Phillies        75-87
Atlanta Braves                 74-88
Miami Marlins                 62-100

Chicago Cubs              95-67
St Louis Cardinals       87-75*
Milwaukee Brewers    84-78
Cincinnati Reds           74-88

Pittsburgh Pirates        69-93

Los Angeles Dodgers     98-64
Colorado Rockies           86-76*
San Francisco Giants      84-78
Arizona Diamondbacks  83-79
San Diego Padres            65-97

*-wild card team


Wild Card Round
Red Sox defeat Angels
Rockies defeat Cardinals

Astros defeat Red Sox (3-1)
Indians defeat Yankees (3-2)

Nationals defeat Rockies (3-1)
Cubs defeat Dodgers (3-2)

Indians defeat Houston (4-3)

Nationals defeat Cubs (4-3)

World Series 
Indians defeats Nationals (4-2)


NL MVP - Bryce Harper - Nationals 
AL MVP- Gincarlo Stanton - Yankees 
NL Cy Young - Klayton Kershaw - Dodgers
AL Cy Young - Dallas Kuechel - Astros 
NL Rookie of the Year - Nick Senzel -Reds
AL Rookie of the Year - Shohei Ohtani - Angels
NL Manager of the Year- Dave Roberts - Dodgers
AL Manager of the Year - A.J. Hinch - Astros

Play Ball!!!

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Ghostbusters III?

I am sorry to have to say this but I do not want to see Ghostbusters III be made. That doesn't mean I will not watch it if it was to happen but it seems the ship for this movie to come out has sailed. With the recent very sad passing of Harold Ramis I was shocked to see that they were still going ahead with making a part 3 to the series.

It would seem now that this movie would no longer have anything to do with any of the original Ghostbusters. Bill Murray has said he will not be involved (couldn't find an article online saying he wouldn't be involved that wasn't more then a year old). Dan Aykroyd would most likely be in the movie if any of the original would be, he has been the name that comes up most in news about part 3 usually as a writer. I have no news on Ernie Hudson but I am sure he would be able to make it for a role in the movie as he is sort of in direct to DVD movies the last few years.

In the article about part 3 going ahead it said the original three would only show up for a passing of the proton pack scene and give us a new generation of Ghostbusters. I am not sure how I feel about this. It makes no sense to have three older men out there fighting ghosts but I feel like that is who I would want to see in the I suppose that is why I am writing this. The time to have a Ghostbusters III passed a long time ago. I know it would be somewhat cool to see Murray, Ramis, and Aykroyd in those roles again but to face reality time has passed on this and it is time to move on.

We did have all of the actor do a video game using their voices, it may be as close to we ever get to a part 3. The game was pretty good, I played it and I do not play many games now a days. It was neat to see all the original actors lend their voices to the game. I would check it out if you can.

Ghostbusters was a staple of my childhood. In the second grade my class picture was of me wearing the ghostbusters shirt (I need the picture). I will give you me as a grown man still in love with Ghostbusters:

I still have all the Ghostbuster toys tucked safely away in my moms garage. Those toys are on the shelf, just like any more Ghostbuster movies should be.

And if you missed this:

Thanks Bill for that!

RIP Mr. Harold Ramis (you will be missed by this blogger and many millions of other people)

Monday, January 13, 2014

My 2013 Ranked

61. Sharknado*
60. A Good Day to Die Hard
59. Identity Thief
58. Bad Grandpa
57. G.I. JOE: Retaliation
56. Stand Up Guys

55. The Internship
54. Hansel & Gretel 
53. The Incredible Burt Wonderstone
52. Gangster Squad
51. Salinger
50. Dead Man Down

49. Olympus Has Fallen
48. Now You See Me
47. John Dies At The End
46. Oz: The Great and Powerful
45. The Heat

44. The Lone Ranger
43. We’re The Millers
42. The Great Gatsby
41. Man Of Steel
40. Elysium

39. RED 2
38. Evil Dead
37. Jack the Giant Slayer
36. Room 237
35. Oblivion

34. An Adventure in Space and Time*
33. World War Z
32. Thor the Dark World
31. Side Effects
30. The Conjuring

29. Monsters University
28. Pacific Rim
27. Behind the Candelabra*
26. The Last Stand
25. Warm Bodies

24. Clear History*
23. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
22. Iron Man 3
21. 42

20. The Short Game*
19. Only God Forgives
18. The Way Way Back
17. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
16. Star Trek Into Darkness

15. You’re Next
14. Rush
13. Saving Mr. Banks
12. Spring Breakers
11. Captain Phillips

10.  The Kings of Summer -  Very had to choose what would eventually make the top ten list as many many other movies were well deserving to be on this list but Kings of Summer just had something going for it that kept me happy when I looked back on it. I knew nothing of this film before seeing it. The reason I saw it was because I had a free rental on Redbox and my wife liked the preview. I think I should listen to my wife more often (she also randomly chose to see Beats of the Southern Wild last year without me knowing anything at all about the film, and it made it #8 on my top movies of last year). Kings of Summer is the story of three friends who run away and build their own house in the woods one summer. What the movie really did well is portray the emotions we all have as teenagers who are growing up. The three boys are close friends but are all dealing with issues a typical teenager will have.  Moises Arias as Biaggio has what is one of my favorite comedic performances of 2013. I strongly suggest you see this movie if you can. 
Watched 10/3/13

9. American Hustle - I recently saw American Hustle and it easily was one of my favorite movies of the year. Director David O. Russell can seemingly do no wrong right now and it is paying off for us cinema lovers. He nails the atmosphere of the 70’s with the clothes, music, and look of the film. You have what is probably the best cast of 2013 in Amy Adams, Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper, Jeremy Renner, and Jennifer Lawrence. Russell can really get the best performances out his actors and does it yet again with this one. I found he really has a knack of having women give just career performances (his Silver Linings Playbook won Jennifer Lawrence an Oscar last year) and no different here again as Adams and Lawrence are both amazing.  American Hustle is a smart movie with amazing dialog.
Watched 12/22/13

8.  The World’s End – This is probably where you can tell this is not a typical Top Ten List of critically acclaimed movies.  The World’s End is done by one of my favorite directors, Edgar Wright who with this film completed the cornetto trilogy (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and The World’s End). The movie starts out as old high school friends reuniting to have a pub crawl but things go wrong and it leads to sci-fi elements. I won’t spoil too much of it as the twist could crawl into spoiler territory. Of course it features Simon Pegg and Nick Frost who once again form a great comedic duo. Wright has become of my favorite directors with his great attention to detail in almost every movie hes made so far.The World’s End is no different and fits in perfect with the other movies he has done with Pegg and Frost.
Watched 8/22/13 & 9/9/13

7.  Before Midnight – Up to this year I had never seen any of the other films in the Before series (Before Sunrise and Before Sunset) so I was spoiled in many ways not having to wait many years between each movie. I also think it threw me off because I saw the amazing love story between Jesse and Celine (played with amazingly realistic chemistry by Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy). We have followed this couple from a chance meeting to being a fully fledged couple who are dealing with the realities of having children, career issues, and making a partnership work in our modern day. I believe this movie would be higher on my list if I hadn’t seen the two other movies so close to it before hand. I was in love with this couple and seeing the vicious and realistic reasons they were fighting in this movie sort of broke my heart in different ways. I am not sure if there has been such a romance as seen in these three movies and  I wouldn’t mind seeing these two talk every few years.
Watched 11/22/13

6. The Place Beyond the Pines – It has been a long time since I saw this movie and it was on the top of my list of much of the year. The Place Beyond the Pines was a beautifully shot film that deals with how fathers affect their sons.  The movie is broken up into different stories.: One features Ryan Gosling as a man who finds out he is a dad and he had to use his skills as a motorcycle performer to help support his family. Gosling gives an amazing and haunted performance, easily one of the best of his career. The other story features Bradley Cooper as a police officer who is rewarded for doing something that has left him broken.  The motto of the story is about trying to do the right thing but going about it in the wrong way. The movie looks amazing and the music and atmosphere just add to the the overall feeling of The Place Beyond The Pines. Go see this one as soon as you can.
Watched 4/21/13

5. Mud – Matthew McConaughey welcome back! I just wanted to give Mr. McConaughey a big shout out for his roles and performances of late. He has had a stellar (or soon to be Interstellar) last few years. Mud, Bernie, Killer Joe, Dallas Buyers Club, and Wolf of Wall Street have given me a new found respect for this once Ghost of Girlfriends Past star. He is amazing in Mud, he is Mud a man on the run who happened across two teenage boys who he quickly forms a bond with. You can feel the passion from everyone in the movie including the writer/director Jeff Nichols (Take Shelter) and the teenager  Ellis played wonderfully by Tye Sheridan, watch out for him in the future.  You really care about the characters in this movie because of all I have said in this review. The heart and soul of the movie is McConaughey who shines as Mud, you will be enthralled by his performance. He is well deserving of an Oscar nomination if not for this for another one his roles this year.
Watched 8/23/13

4.  This Is The End – I know this movie won’t be appearing on anyone best of list this year but I had to add it to my list because I found it to be one of the most enjoyable films of 2013. I really appreciate a movie that keeps me laughing almost all the way through and This Is The End was able to do that. When you have Jonah Hill, Seth Rogen, James Franco, Danny McBride, and Craig Robinson (not to mention dozen of great cameos) you have a lot to live up to and they just nail it in this movie.  I found myself laughing really hard and wanting to go see the movie right after getting out of the theatre, sure this won’t win anything but damn this is a movie you want to see again and again and that counts for a lot. I saw this movie more then any other new release in 2013. I own the bluray and I am sure to watch This Is the End whenever I want a good laugh.
Watched 6/13/13, 6/16, 6/23, 10/1

3. Prisoners -  There wasn’t a more intensely acted movie in 2013 I saw then Prisoners, you have stand out performances from Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal and a cast of actors who do amazing work. The movie is not a movie you go into knowing it will be easy to watch as the story is about kindnapping of two little girls. The director Denis Villeneuve paints a dark and grey world, the movie never has any sunlight in it which sets up the bleak setting of the movie.  Gyllenhall is Detective Loki a man who feels what the families are going through and throws his heart and soul into finding the missing children. You really feel as if the people in the movie are real, they really made sure to make everything feel real from the homes to the families seen in Prisoners. Jackman is a man who won’t settle for waiting for his child to be found. He goes vigilante and kidnaps who he feels might have a lead to where his daughter is. I was mesmerized by the events of the movie as it kept me on the edge of my seat wondering if there really was any hope in this bleak and sad world of Prisoners. I really felt for the families and was nervous to see how this would end. I would say the movie reminds me of a David Fincher movie in many ways. This movie is hard to watch but the look, sound, and acting in the movie make it easily one of the most intense movie I saw in 2013.

Watched 9/24/13

2. The Wolf Of Wall Street -  Scorsese and DiCaprio team up yet again and give us what could be DiCaprios best performance to date. I wasn’t sure what to expect when I went to see The Wolf of Wall Street but it was probably one of the best experience I had in cinema this year (well second best..). I found this movie to be just full of energy and a damn fine film in almost every aspect (acting, directing, music, editing, etc).  This is the story of Jordan Belfort (DiCaprio) and his rise to becoming the big wig on Wall Street. The movie seems like it could be a serious drama but the movie is more of a very adult comedy where you get humor and lots of dark and prostitute humor. I really think they went all in on this and it really pays off.  Jonah Hill and Matthew McConaughey are both laugh out hilarious as wall street bankers. DiCaprio and Hill should be nominated when time comes, along with Scorsese and a bunch more people. This is a fine American film and I am glad someone is still making films like this. It was probably the fastest 3 hours of cinema I saw this year.
Watched 12/29/13

1. Gravity – This is not a movie this is an experience to be had and after the movie I had to take a breath because I seriously felt drained from this movie and that is something that I loved about it. There is so much more to touch on about this modern masterpiece! You have a great performance from Sandra Bullock who is working alone for most of the movie yet still keeps you very into the movie. Of course you have the great Alfonso Cuaron directing, he made the movie realistic as he could and his style is powerful and engaging. This movie has some of the best effects I have ever seen in cinema to this point.  You really feel like you are in space and get the utter isolation that comes into play with Bullocks character Ryan Stone. George Clooney also is the other star of the film and is his usual charming self. The story is simple but still very powerful; I didn’t expect that it would have the effect on me that it did end up having. There was simply not a more visually stunning and tense movie released this year. This is the reason while I attend cinema!
Watched  10/8/13

*- denotes made for TV movie or not released theatrically 

Thursday, January 2, 2014

Filmlog 2013

Total Number of movies seen in 2013: 271

1.    The Wolf of Wall Street -- A
2.    The Short Game (2013) -- B
3.    It’s A Wonderful Life (1946) – A+
4.    American Hustle (2013) – B+
5.    Saving Mr. Banks (2013) -- B
6.    Mary Poppins (1964) – B+
7.    For Your Eyes Only (1981) – C+
8.    A Christmas Story (1983) – B+
9.    Elf (2003) -- B
10.  The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (2013) -- B
11.  Scrooged (1988) -- B
12.  Moonraker (1979) – C
13.  The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) – B-
14.  The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) – B-
15.  The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013) – B-
16.  The Hunger Games (2012) -- C+
17.  Love Actually (2003) – B-
18.  The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) -- C
19.  Live and Let Die (1973) – C+
20.  Diamonds Are Forever (1971) – C-
21.  An Adventure in Space and Time (2013) – C+
22.  Knocked Up (2007) – A-
23.  Before Midnight (2013) – B+
24.  Before Sunset (2004) -- A
25.  Point Break (1991) – B-
26.  Before Sunrise (1995) – A-
27.  The Heat (2013) – C+
28.  Olympus Has Fallen (2013) -- C
29.  American Reunion (2012) – B-
30.  It’s a Disaster (2012) – B-
31.  Thor: The Dark World (2013) – C+
32.  Thor (2011) – B-
33.  National Lampoon’s Vacation (1983) -- B
34.  Monsters University (2013) – B-
35.  National Lampoon’s European Vacation (1985) -- C
36.  Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa (2013) – D+
37.  The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) -- B
38.  Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) – B+
39.  The Awakening (2011) -- C
40.  Dawn of the Dead (1978) -- A
41.  Trick’r Treat (2007) -- B
42.  Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995) -- C
43.  Knuckleball! (2012) -- C
44.  Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) – D-
45.  Halloween 4:  The Return of Michael Myers (1988) -- C
46.  Halloween II (1981) – C+
47.  Halloween: A Cut Above The Rest (2003) – C+
48.  Halloween (1978) – A+
49.  Maniac (2013) – C+
50.  Pumpkinhead (1988) – C-
51.  The Shining (1980) -- A
52.  Friday the 13th Part 3 (1982) – B-
53.  Captain Phillips (2013) -- B
54.  Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981) – C+
55.  Friday the 13th (1980) -- B
56.  I Love You, Man (2009) – B-
57.  Salinger (2013) – C-
58.  Student Bodies (1981) -- D
59.  Big Easy Express (2012) -- C
60.  The Hole (2009) -- C
61.  Creepshow 2 (1987) – C-
62.  Rush (2013) -- B
63.  Gravity (2013) – A-
64.  Forbidden World (1982) – B-
65.  Halloween Night (2006) -- D
66.  Galaxy Of Terror (1981) – B-
67.  Ghoulies II (1987) – C
68.  Ghoulies (1985) – C-
69.  The Kings of Summer (2013) -- B
70.  The Monster Squad (1987) -- B
71.  The Great Gatsby (2013) -- C
72.  A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy’s Revenge (1985) – C-
73.  A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) -- B
74.  Cloak & Dagger (1984) – C+
75.  Shaun of the Dead (2004) – A-
76.  The Nail Gun Massacre (1985) – C-
77.  Don’t Go in the House (1979) – B-
78.  Stranger Than Fiction (2006) -- B
79.  Prisoners (2013) – A-
80.  Hot Fuzz (2007) – A-
81.  24 Hour Party People (2002) -- B
82.  The Big Year (2012) -- C
83.  Chasing Mavericks (2012) -- C
84.  Hook (1991) – B-
85.  Silent Night (2012) -- D
86.  Bullet to the Head (2013) -- C
87.  Jack the Giant Slayer (2013) – B-
88.  Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (1995) – B-
89.  Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives (1986) – B-
90.  Friday the 13th : A New Beginning (1985) – C-
91.  Friday the 13th : The Final Chapter (1984) – B-
92.  Behind the Candelabra (2013) -- B
93.  Killer Joe (2012) -- C
94.  The Money Pit (1986) – C-
95.  We’re the Millers (2013) – C+
96.  We Bought a Zoo (2011) – B-
97.  Sharknado (2013) -- F
98.  Dick Tracy (1990) – B-
99.  Skyfall (2012) – A-
100.               The ‘Burbs (1989) – B+
101.               Clear History (2013) -- B
102.               You’re Next (2013) -- B
103.               Juan of the Dead (2011) -- B
104.               Fanboys (2009) – B-
105.               The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999) -- B
106.               Mud (2013) – B+
107.               The World’s End (2013) – B (II)
108.               The Pirates! Band Of Misfits (2012) – B-
109.               Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004) – B+
110.               Ed Wood (1994) – A-
111.               The Campaign (2012) – B-
112.               The Muppets (2011) -- B
113.               Major League: Back to the Minors (1998) – C-
114.               Arachnophobia (1990) – B-
115.               The Girl (2012) -- C
116.               E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) – A+
117.               Elysium (2013) – B-
118.               Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011) – B-
119.               That’s My Boy (2012) -- D
120.               50/50 (2011) – B+
121.               The Way, Way Back (2013) -- B
122.               Intouchables (2011) – A
123.               Dead Man Down (2013) – C+
124.               Only God Forgives (2013) – B+
125.               Van Wilder (2002) – B-
126.               Mother (1996) -- B
127.               The Conjuring (2013) – B-
128.               RED 2 (2013) – B-
129.               Pacific Rim (2013) -- B
130.               Cloud Atlas (2012) -- A
131.               The Man with the Iron Fists (2012) – B-
132.               Napeleon Dynamite (2004) – B-
133.               Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (2013) -- C
134.               The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (2013) -- C
135.               The Lone Ranger (2013) – C+
136.               Ruby Sparks (2012) – B
137.                      The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012) -- B
138.                      The Five Year Engagement (2012) -- B-
139.                      National Treasure: Books of Secrets (2007) -- C-
140.                      Independence Day (1996) -- B-
141.                      The Puffy Chair (2005) -- C
142.                      Life of Pi (2012) -- A-
143.                      The Bad News Bear (1976) -- B+
144.                      Jack Reacher (2012) -- C
145.                      The Last Stand (2012) -- B-
146.                      Frankenweenie (2012) -- C
147.                      World War Z (2013) -- C+
148.                      The Dictator (2012) -- D
149.                      Seeking a Friend for the End of the World (2012) -- C
150.                      Lawless (2012) -- C+
151.                      Man Of Steel (2013) -- B-
152.                      The Internship (2013) -- C
153.                      This Is The End (2013) -- B+ (IIII)
154.                      Good Will Hunting (1997) -- A+
155.                      Whale Rider (2002) -- B-
156.                      Knocked Up (2007) -- A-
157.                      Swingers (1996) -- B
158.                      The Deadly Spawn (1983) -- C+
159.                      Just Before Dawn (1981) -- B-
160.                      Turkey Shoot (1983) -- B
161.                      Miss March (2009) -- D
162.                      For Love of the Game (1999) -- C+
163.                      Sexy Beast (2000) -- B
164.                      Now You See Me (2013) -- C+
165.                      Robot & Frank (2012) -- C+
166.                      Blazing Saddles (1974) -- A+
167.                      Jiro Dreams of Sushi (2012) -- B
168.                      You Kill Me (2007) -- C+
169.                      Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) – B (II)
170.                      John Dies at the End (2013) -- B-
171.                      Grave Encounters (2011) -- D
172.                      Step Brothers (2008) -- C+
173.                      Three Amigos (1986) -- B-
174.                      Drive (2011) -- A-
175.                      Blue Valentine (2010) -- B
176.                      Iron Man Three (2013) – B (II)
177.                      The Avengers (2012) -- A-
178.                      Dr.No (1963) -- B
179.                      The Bourne Identity (2005) -- B
180.                      Campfire Tales (1991) -- C+
181.                      Full Metal Jacket (1987) -- B+
182.                      The Place Beyond The Pines (2013) -- A-
183.                      Oblivion (2013) -- B-
184.                      Bottle Rocket (1996) -- B
185.                      Silver Linings Playbook (2012) -- B+
186.                      42 (2013) – B (II)
187.                      Jurassic Park III (2001) -- C-
188.                      Evil Dead (2013) -- B-
189.                      The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997) -- B-
190.                      Jurassic Park 3-D (1993) -- A
191.                      Jurassic Park (1993) -- A
192.                      Madman (1982) -- D
193.                      Tourist Trap (1979) -- C
194.                      TRON: Legacy (2010) -- B-
195.                      Room 237 (2013) -- B- (II)
196.                      The Birds (1963) -- B
197.                      Psycho (1960) -- A+
198.                      A Clockwork Orange (1971) -- A
199.                      Empire Records (1995) -- B-
200.                      Holy Motors (2012) -- B-
201.                      Highlander (1986) -- B
202.                      The Craft (1996) -- D
203.                      G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013) -- C-
204.                      Psycho II (1983) -- B
205.                      Spring Breakers (2013) -- B
206.                      Roadgames (1981) -- B
207.                      Amelie (2001) -- A
208.                      The Rock (1996) -- B
209.                      The Sessions (2012) -- B
210.                      The Odd Couple (1968) -- A-
211.                      The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012) -- B
212.                      Manhattan (1979) -- A
213.                      Deadly Prey (1987) -- B
214.                      Safety Not Guaranteed (2012) -- B
215.                      Vertigo (1958) -- A+
216.                      The Lorax (2012) -- D
217.                      Oz: The Great and Powerful (2013) -- B-
218.                      Clerks II (2006) -- B
219.                      Clerks (1994) -- A
220.                      The Long Goodbye (1973) -- A-
221.                      Friends With Kids (2012) -- C
222.                      Argo (2012) -- A-
223.                      Sinister (2012) -- C-
224.                      The Master (2012) -- B-
225.                      Celeste & Jesse Forever (2012) -- C+
226.                      Brave (2012) -- B
227.                      Creep Van (2012) -- D+
228.                      Identity Theif (2013) -- C-
229.                      Warm Bodies (2013) -- B-
230.                      Parenthood (1989) -- B
231.                      Don’t Look In The Cellar (2008) -- D
232.                      Side Effects (2013) -- B-
233.                      A Good Day To Die Hard (2013) -- D
234.                      Mamma Mia! (2008) -- D
235.                      Take This Waltz (2012) -- C
236.                      Seven Psychopaths (2012) -- B+
237.                      Can’t Hardly Wait (1998) -- B+
238.                      American Pie (1999) -- B
239.                      Water For Elephants (2011) -- C+
240.                      Stand Up Guys (2013) -- C
241.                      From Dusk Till Dawn (1996) -- B-
242.                      Hitchcock (2012) -- C
243.                      Live Free or Die Hard (2007) -- C
244.                      Midnight In Paris (2011) -- B+
245.                      American Reunion (2012) -- B-
246.                      Life of Pi (2012) -- B
247.                      Pitch Perfect (2012) -- C+
248.                      Django Unchained (2012) -- A-
249.                      Lawrence of Arabia (1962) -- A-
250.                      Die Hard: With a Vengeance (1995) -- B
251.                      The Switch (2010) -- B
252.                      Looper (2012) -- B+
253.                      Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) -- B
254.                      Flight (2012) -- B
255.                      The Cabin in the Woods (2012) -- A
256.                      Phenomenon (1996) -- C-
257.                      Gangster Squad (2013) -- C
258.                      My Girl (1991) -- C
259.                      Lincoln (2012) -- B+
260.                      Trouble With the Curve (2012) -- C-
261.                      Kicking and Screaming (1995) -- B
262.                      Jack Frost (1997) -- D
263.                      V/H/S (2012) -- C-
264.                      Baghead (2008) -- C+
265.                      Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990) -- B-
266.                      The Game (1997) -- A-
267.                      Zero Dark Thirty (2012) -- B+
268.                      Paul (2011) -- B-
269.                      Spaceballs (1987) -- A-
270.                      Your Sister’s Sister (2012) -- B

271.                      This is 40 (2012) -- C