2. Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me (2012)

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 

2. Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me (2012)

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 

1. Boogie Nights (1997)

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 

1. Boogie Nights (1997)

★     

120. Inside Llewyn Davis(2013)

The Coens hit me like no one else. In my eyes they are incapable of putting out even an average movie. The thing I love about this one is that it’s once again a classic Coen Brothers film, a black comedy about a tired, dejected individual who has been running on fumes for far too long.
I also wouldn’t be surprised if Adam Driver and Alex Karpovsky are going to keep popping up in New York set movies that are being made by studios.
10/10

120. Inside Llewyn Davis(2013)

The Coens hit me like no one else. In my eyes they are incapable of putting out even an average movie. The thing I love about this one is that it’s once again a classic Coen Brothers film, a black comedy about a tired, dejected individual who has been running on fumes for far too long.

I also wouldn’t be surprised if Adam Driver and Alex Karpovsky are going to keep popping up in New York set movies that are being made by studios.

10/10

119. The Kings of Summer (2013)

Did you guys know that Rico from Hannah Montana is in this one? But seriously, this was a great movie, especially the scene in which Biaggio is talking to his father in Italian about the different kinds of quitting. Kumail Nanjiani’s small cameo was also hilarious and damn did him and Offerman play off each other well. Oh god and shit, the Hannibal Buress cameo.
Basically the cameos pushed this movie from “I like it” to “I love it.”
8/10

119. The Kings of Summer (2013)

Did you guys know that Rico from Hannah Montana is in this one? But seriously, this was a great movie, especially the scene in which Biaggio is talking to his father in Italian about the different kinds of quitting. Kumail Nanjiani’s small cameo was also hilarious and damn did him and Offerman play off each other well. Oh god and shit, the Hannibal Buress cameo.

Basically the cameos pushed this movie from “I like it” to “I love it.”

8/10

118. Nebraska (2013)

There is a very good chance that seeing this movie will be the last memory of being okay with my family and that they accepted me. It hurts so much to think that this movie is going to be a painful memory because it was absolutely beautiful.
10/10

118. Nebraska (2013)

There is a very good chance that seeing this movie will be the last memory of being okay with my family and that they accepted me. It hurts so much to think that this movie is going to be a painful memory because it was absolutely beautiful.

10/10

117. The Sapphires (2012)

This was just a nice, enjoyable movie.
7/10

117. The Sapphires (2012)

This was just a nice, enjoyable movie.

7/10

116. Our Idiot Brother (2011)

Not even Paul Rudd and Rashida Jones can completely save a mediocre story.
6/10

116. Our Idiot Brother (2011)

Not even Paul Rudd and Rashida Jones can completely save a mediocre story.

6/10

115. The Trouble With Harry (1955)

This was, I believe, the third Hitchcock movie that I ever saw. I was fifteen or so at the time, and I had seen Psycho and The Birds earlier that year in one of my classes. It has a certain humor that is just incredible and it makes me feel like it’s a toned down David Lynch.
8/10

115. The Trouble With Harry (1955)

This was, I believe, the third Hitchcock movie that I ever saw. I was fifteen or so at the time, and I had seen Psycho and The Birds earlier that year in one of my classes. It has a certain humor that is just incredible and it makes me feel like it’s a toned down David Lynch.

8/10

114. Fargo (1996)

Fargo is one of my traditional Christmas movies. Why do I watch Fargo for Christmas? Well, the Coen Brothers pretty much always have movies out around Christmastime now, and when I was sixteen my parents got me a Coen Brothers boxset, Fargo being one of the movies, so I devoured that thing in a day. It isn’t my favorite one by them, big shout out to the Dude, but this movie is still damn perfect.
10/10

114. Fargo (1996)

Fargo is one of my traditional Christmas movies. Why do I watch Fargo for Christmas? Well, the Coen Brothers pretty much always have movies out around Christmastime now, and when I was sixteen my parents got me a Coen Brothers boxset, Fargo being one of the movies, so I devoured that thing in a day. It isn’t my favorite one by them, big shout out to the Dude, but this movie is still damn perfect.

10/10

113. Jingle All The Way (1996)

Welcome to my favorite childhood Christmas movie. It just doesn’t get any better than this. Schwarzenegger is in his prime, Sinbad is incredible, Phil Hartman is such a creep it’s perfect, and look at that sweet Chris Parnell cameo!
10/10

113. Jingle All The Way (1996)

Welcome to my favorite childhood Christmas movie. It just doesn’t get any better than this. Schwarzenegger is in his prime, Sinbad is incredible, Phil Hartman is such a creep it’s perfect, and look at that sweet Chris Parnell cameo!

10/10