Here are the movies I haven’t watched. Yeah, I know, some of them are slightly ridiculous. What can I say. If they have an * it means I’ve watched them but I don’t remember them enough to count.

Don’t see a movie you think I should watch on the list? It either means I’ve watched it (miracle of miracles) or I don’t know about it…so may you should tell me.

Title Watched On
A Streetcar Named Desire
Aliens
All About Eve 1/9/2011
Boyz ‘N The Hood
Brokeback Mountain
Casablanca
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof 1/9/2011
Chinatown
Citizen Kane
Die Hard
Do the Right Thing 1/10/2011
Gone with the Wind
Lawrence of Arabia
Lord of the Rings (all of ‘em)
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
My Left Foot
On the Waterfront 1/9/2011
Pulp Fiction*
Raging Bull
Reservoir Dogs
Rocky
Star Wars (all of ‘em)*
Swingers
Terminator (all of ‘em)*
The Big Lebowski
The Godfather
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
The Matrix
The Nightmare Before Christmas

The Red Shoes

The Shawshank Redemption*
The Usual Suspects
Top Gun
Toy Story
Toy Story 2
Up
WALL-E

5 thoughts on “Movies to Watch

  1. How does one forget Pulp Fiction or Shawshank Redemption?? Two of my favorite most memorable films of all time. Swingers & Unusual Suspects also need to be at the top of your list. You need a movie night in.

    Love your blog, so much fun.

    • jessicahlawrence

      Yeah. I know. I think part of my problem was that I didn’t used to like to watch any violent scenes in movies, so I ended up covering my eyes and ears half the time, thus essentially missing half of a movie. I’m past that now. : ) A movie night in sounds good!

  2. My daughter suggests Gremlins. She remembers watching as a little girl with her Nana and then had to buy it 2 years ago and she loves it, still.

    I’d suggest the television series, “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” a very good series on women’s empowerment and more.

    • jessicahlawrence

      Great suggestions! I don’t think I’ve ever seen Gremlins. I do remember watching Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman though and loving it!

      • Jess Witkins

        Ok, I’m just ridiculously thrilled you talked about Dr. Quinn. I totally dressed up as her for halloween like 5 years ago, complete with medicine bag and shingle. LOL. And she appeared on my guilty pleasure post of dramatic tv!

        My favorite films are two foreign ones. For feel good: Amelie, for amazing drama: Talk to Her. Anything by Pedro Almodovar is a fantastic film!

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