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PostPosted: 26 Dec 2016, 14:23 
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Minor modifications to Batman's post from a few years ago:
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New Year's Movie Resolution (2017)

Might as well be consistent and start a new Resolution thread. I found that having a thread like this actually provides me the impetus to go out and find the movies and then actually watch them, much more than I would if there wasn't a list for me to complete.

Hmm, I should probably make a similar list which includes me cleaning out the garage, painting the window frames, etc.

Previous year's Resolution threads:
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016

Anywho, with props to McT for the original thread and Nunis and Agrajag for their follow-ons, here are the rules"; there are only four, yet some people seem to miss the 10-year-old or different color ones...

Rules
  • Everyone posts a list here of (at least) 7 movies that they have been meaning to see for a long time.
  • All movies must be at least 10 years old.
  • As you watch them, quote your own post, cross them off your list and please highlight the new film(s) in some color so we can keep track and see everyone's progress.
  • Also feel free to link to a review you might have made in the The Last 3 Movies You've Watched thread, or just tell us the number of stars you gave it (see below).

Please do participate; it's been heaps of fun the past few years, and you'll get to see those movies you've missed for some reason.

If you're looking for inspiration, there are several lists on icheckmovies.com that work for me.

Any questions, post them here, or check the old threads.

Format your list something like this. In this example the first movie is one I have just seen, the second is one I saw a while ago, and the third is one I've yet to see.

  1. :check: Movie 1 - :3.5stars:
  2. :check: Movie 2 - :2stars:
  3. :empty: Movie 3

To get it to show up like that, use this code:

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[list=1]
[*] :check: [b][color=#FF0000]Movie 1[/color][/b] :3.5stars:
[*] :check: [s]Movie 2[/s] :2stars:
[*] :empty: Movie 3
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PostPosted: 26 Dec 2016, 15:17 
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1930s & '40s Best Picture nominees:
  1. :empty: The Smiling Lieutenant (1931)
  2. :empty: Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935)
  3. :empty: The Informer (1935)
  4. :empty: David Copperfield (1935)
  5. :empty: Stage Door (1937)
  6. :empty: Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938)
  7. :empty: Pygmalion (1938)
  8. :empty: The Citadel (1938)
  9. :empty: Four Daughters(1938)
  10. :empty: Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939)
  11. :empty: Our Town (1940)
  12. :empty: Kitty Foyle (1940)
  13. :empty: All This and Heaven Too (1940)
  14. :empty: One Foot in Heaven (1941)
  15. :empty: The Little Foxes (1941)
  16. :empty: Blossoms in the Dust (1941)
  17. :empty: Madame Curie (1943)
  18. :empty: The Human Comedy (1943)
  19. :empty: Wilson (1944)
  20. :empty: The Yearling (1946)

0/20

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I tried for 25 films last year and I failed miserably. Let's see if I can just finish the 15 I missed this year:


  1. :empty: The King and I (1956) - (2+13)
  2. :empty: Throne of Blood (1957) - (1+50)
  3. :empty: The Lion in Winter (1968) - (2+14)
  4. :empty: Five Easy Pieces (1970) - (1+38)
  5. :empty: Fiddler on the Roof (1971) - (3+01)
  6. :empty: The Last Picture Show (1971) - (1+58)
  7. :empty: Solyaris (1972) - (2+47)
  8. :empty: The Towering Inferno (1974) - (2+45)
  9. :empty: Nashville (1975) - (2+39)
  10. :empty: Norma Rae (1979) - (1+54)
  11. :empty: On Golden Pond (1981) - (1+49)
  12. :empty: Reds (1981) - (3+15)
  13. :empty: Il Postino (1994) - (1+48)
  14. :empty: Wet Hot American Summer (2001) - (1+37)
  15. :empty: The Queen (2006) - (1+43)

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PostPosted: 01 Jan 2017, 10:23 
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1930s & '40s Best Picture nominees:
  1. :check: The Smiling Lieutenant (1931) :4stars: Didn't think i'd like this one after the first few minutes, ended up loving it.
  2. :empty: Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935)
  3. :empty: The Informer (1935)
  4. :empty: David Copperfield (1935)
  5. :empty: Stage Door (1937)
  6. :empty: Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938)
  7. :empty: Pygmalion (1938)
  8. :empty: The Citadel (1938)
  9. :empty: Four Daughters(1938)
  10. :empty: Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939)
  11. :empty: Our Town (1940)
  12. :empty: Kitty Foyle (1940)
  13. :empty: All This and Heaven Too (1940)
  14. :empty: One Foot in Heaven (1941)
  15. :empty: The Little Foxes (1941)
  16. :empty: Blossoms in the Dust (1941)
  17. :empty: Madame Curie (1943)
  18. :empty: The Human Comedy (1943)
  19. :empty: Wilson (1944)
  20. :empty: The Yearling (1946)

1/20

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PostPosted: 07 Jan 2017, 10:34 
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1930s & '40s Best Picture nominees:
  1. :check: The Smiling Lieutenant (1931) :4stars: Didn't think i'd like this one after the first few minutes, ended up loving it.
  2. :empty: Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935)
  3. :empty: The Informer (1935)
  4. :empty: David Copperfield (1935)
  5. :empty: Stage Door (1937)
  6. :empty: Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938)
  7. :empty: Pygmalion (1938)
  8. :empty: The Citadel (1938)
  9. :empty: Four Daughters(1938)
  10. :check: Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939) :4.5stars: Wow. I'm always pleasantly surprised when an older film is still this moving
  11. :empty: Our Town (1940)
  12. :empty: Kitty Foyle (1940)
  13. :empty: All This and Heaven Too (1940)
  14. :empty: One Foot in Heaven (1941)
  15. :empty: The Little Foxes (1941)
  16. :empty: Blossoms in the Dust (1941)
  17. :empty: Madame Curie (1943)
  18. :empty: The Human Comedy (1943)
  19. :empty: Wilson (1944)
  20. :empty: The Yearling (1946)

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Leftovers from the last few years:
:empty: Eyes Wide Shut - 1999 - Stanley Kubrick
:empty: Bringing Out The Dead - 1999 - Martin Scorcese
AFI 100 Years 100 Movies 10th Anniversary List
:empty: Intolerance - 1916 - DW Griffith
:empty: Nashville - 1975 - Robert Altman
:empty: Sophie's Choice - 1982 - Alan J Pakula

maybe I can finish this, this year :tongue:

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PostPosted: 28 Jan 2017, 21:12 
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1930s & '40s Best Picture nominees:
  1. :check: The Smiling Lieutenant (1931) :4stars: Didn't think i'd like this one after the first few minutes, ended up loving it.
  2. :check: Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935) :2.5stars: Some fun scenes, but not my cup of tea.
  3. :empty: The Informer (1935)
  4. :empty: David Copperfield (1935)
  5. :empty: Stage Door (1937)
  6. :empty: Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938)
  7. :empty: Pygmalion (1938)
  8. :empty: The Citadel (1938)
  9. :empty: Four Daughters(1938)
  10. :check: Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939) :4.5stars: Wow. I'm always pleasantly surprised when an older film is still this moving
  11. :empty: Our Town (1940)
  12. :empty: Kitty Foyle (1940)
  13. :empty: All This and Heaven Too (1940)
  14. :empty: One Foot in Heaven (1941)
  15. :empty: The Little Foxes (1941)
  16. :empty: Blossoms in the Dust (1941)
  17. :empty: Madame Curie (1943)
  18. :empty: The Human Comedy (1943)
  19. :empty: Wilson (1944)
  20. :empty: The Yearling (1946)

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Leftovers from the last few years:
:empty: Eyes Wide Shut - 1999 - Stanley Kubrick
:empty: Bringing Out The Dead - 1999 - Martin Scorcese
AFI 100 Years 100 Movies 10th Anniversary List
:empty: Intolerance - 1916 - DW Griffith
:check: Nashville - 1975 - Robert Altman :2stars: Not my favorite Altman turn, but was pleasantly suprised to see the mom from Elm St :tongue:
:empty: Sophie's Choice - 1982 - Alan J Pakula

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PostPosted: 06 Mar 2017, 21:20 
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1930s & '40s Best Picture nominees:
  1. :check: The Smiling Lieutenant (1931) :4stars: Didn't think i'd like this one after the first few minutes, ended up loving it.
  2. :check: Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935) :2.5stars: Some fun scenes, but not my cup of tea.
  3. :empty: The Informer (1935)
  4. :empty: David Copperfield (1935)
  5. :check: Stage Door (1937) :3stars: Pretty good, but the characters were a bit too one-dimensional.
  6. :empty: Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938)
  7. :empty: Pygmalion (1938)
  8. :empty: The Citadel (1938)
  9. :empty: Four Daughters(1938)
  10. :check: Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939) :4.5stars: Wow. I'm always pleasantly surprised when an older film is still this moving
  11. :empty: Our Town (1940)
  12. :empty: Kitty Foyle (1940)
  13. :empty: All This and Heaven Too (1940)
  14. :empty: One Foot in Heaven (1941)
  15. :empty: The Little Foxes (1941)
  16. :empty: Blossoms in the Dust (1941)
  17. :empty: Madame Curie (1943)
  18. :empty: The Human Comedy (1943)
  19. :empty: Wilson (1944)
  20. :empty: The Yearling (1946)

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1930s & '40s Best Picture nominees:
  1. :check: The Smiling Lieutenant (1931) :4stars: Didn't think i'd like this one after the first few minutes, ended up loving it.
  2. :check: Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935) :2.5stars: Some fun scenes, but not my cup of tea.
  3. :check: The Informer (1935) :4stars: Great story, full of suspense and paranoia.
  4. :empty: David Copperfield (1935)
  5. :check: Stage Door (1937) :3stars: Pretty good, but the characters were a bit too one-dimensional.
  6. :empty: Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938)
  7. :empty: Pygmalion (1938)
  8. :empty: The Citadel (1938)
  9. :empty: Four Daughters(1938)
  10. :check: Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939) :4.5stars: Wow. I'm always pleasantly surprised when an older film is still this moving
  11. :empty: Our Town (1940)
  12. :empty: Kitty Foyle (1940)
  13. :empty: All This and Heaven Too (1940)
  14. :empty: One Foot in Heaven (1941)
  15. :empty: The Little Foxes (1941)
  16. :empty: Blossoms in the Dust (1941)
  17. :empty: Madame Curie (1943)
  18. :empty: The Human Comedy (1943)
  19. :empty: Wilson (1944)
  20. :empty: The Yearling (1946)

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1930s & '40s Best Picture nominees:
  1. :check: The Smiling Lieutenant (1931) :4stars: Didn't think i'd like this one after the first few minutes, ended up loving it.
  2. :check: Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935) :2.5stars: Some fun scenes, but not my cup of tea.
  3. :check: The Informer (1935) :4stars: Great story, full of suspense and paranoia.
  4. :empty: David Copperfield (1935)
  5. :check: Stage Door (1937) :3stars: Pretty good, but the characters were a bit too one-dimensional.
  6. :empty: Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938)
  7. :empty: Pygmalion (1938)
  8. :empty: The Citadel (1938)
  9. :empty: Four Daughters(1938)
  10. :check: Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939) :4.5stars: Wow. I'm always pleasantly surprised when an older film is still this moving
  11. :empty: Our Town (1940)
  12. :empty: Kitty Foyle (1940)
  13. :empty: All This and Heaven Too (1940)
  14. :empty: One Foot in Heaven (1941)
  15. :empty: The Little Foxes (1941)
  16. :empty: Blossoms in the Dust (1941)
  17. :empty: Madame Curie (1943)
  18. :empty: The Human Comedy (1943)
  19. :check: Wilson (1944) :3stars: Pretty comprehensive biography, but rather flat.
  20. :empty: The Yearling (1946)

6/20

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1930s & '40s Best Picture nominees:
  1. :check: The Smiling Lieutenant (1931) :4stars: Didn't think i'd like this one after the first few minutes, ended up loving it.
  2. :check: Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935) :2.5stars: Some fun scenes, but not my cup of tea.
  3. :check: The Informer (1935) :4stars: Great story, full of suspense and paranoia.
  4. :empty: David Copperfield (1935)
  5. :check: Stage Door (1937) :3stars: Pretty good, but the characters were a bit too one-dimensional.
  6. :empty: Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938)
  7. :empty: Pygmalion (1938)
  8. :empty: The Citadel (1938)
  9. :empty: Four Daughters(1938)
  10. :check: Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939) :4.5stars: Wow. I'm always pleasantly surprised when an older film is still this moving
  11. :empty: Our Town (1940)
  12. :empty: Kitty Foyle (1940)
  13. :check: All This and Heaven Too (1940) :4stars: Great performances in a simple, but emotional story.
  14. :empty: One Foot in Heaven (1941)
  15. :empty: The Little Foxes (1941)
  16. :empty: Blossoms in the Dust (1941)
  17. :empty: Madame Curie (1943)
  18. :empty: The Human Comedy (1943)
  19. :check: Wilson (1944) :3stars: Pretty comprehensive biography, but rather flat.
  20. :empty: The Yearling (1946)

7/20

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Patsy Klubb wrote:
To return to these forums with some regularity (3rd time lucky, hopefully).

Well, at least occasionally........

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Patsy Klubb wrote:
To return to these forums with some regularity (3rd time lucky, hopefully).

Well, at least occasionally........

To quote Paddy McGuinness, "The power is in your hands."

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PostPosted: 14 May 2017, 15:43 
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1930s & '40s Best Picture nominees:
  1. :check: The Smiling Lieutenant (1931) :4stars: Didn't think i'd like this one after the first few minutes, ended up loving it.
  2. :check: Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935) :2.5stars: Some fun scenes, but not my cup of tea.
  3. :check: The Informer (1935) :4stars: Great story, full of suspense and paranoia.
  4. :empty: David Copperfield (1935)
  5. :check: Stage Door (1937) :3stars: Pretty good, but the characters were a bit too one-dimensional.
  6. :empty: Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938)
  7. :check: Pygmalion (1938) :4stars: Having seen My Fair Lady, I was curious about how much I'd enjoy this. I think it's the better of the two.
  8. :empty: The Citadel (1938)
  9. :empty: Four Daughters(1938)
  10. :check: Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939) :4.5stars: Wow. I'm always pleasantly surprised when an older film is still this moving
  11. :empty: Our Town (1940)
  12. :empty: Kitty Foyle (1940)
  13. :check: All This and Heaven Too (1940) :4stars: Great performances in a simple, but emotional story.
  14. :empty: One Foot in Heaven (1941)
  15. :empty: The Little Foxes (1941)
  16. :empty: Blossoms in the Dust (1941)
  17. :empty: Madame Curie (1943)
  18. :empty: The Human Comedy (1943)
  19. :check: Wilson (1944) :3stars: Pretty comprehensive biography, but rather flat.
  20. :empty: The Yearling (1946)

8/20

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1930s & '40s Best Picture nominees:
  1. :check: The Smiling Lieutenant (1931) :4stars: Didn't think i'd like this one after the first few minutes, ended up loving it.
  2. :check: Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935) :2.5stars: Some fun scenes, but not my cup of tea.
  3. :check: The Informer (1935) :4stars: Great story, full of suspense and paranoia.
  4. :empty: David Copperfield (1935)
  5. :check: Stage Door (1937) :3stars: Pretty good, but the characters were a bit too one-dimensional.
  6. :empty: Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938)
  7. :check: Pygmalion (1938) :4stars: Having seen My Fair Lady, I was curious about how much I'd enjoy this. I think it's the better of the two.
  8. :empty: The Citadel (1938)
  9. :empty: Four Daughters(1938)
  10. :check: Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939) :4.5stars: Wow. I'm always pleasantly surprised when an older film is still this moving
  11. :empty: Our Town (1940)
  12. :empty: Kitty Foyle (1940)
  13. :check: All This and Heaven Too (1940) :4stars: Great performances in a simple, but emotional story.
  14. :empty: One Foot in Heaven (1941)
  15. :empty: The Little Foxes (1941)
  16. :empty: Blossoms in the Dust (1941)
  17. :empty: Madame Curie (1943)
  18. :check: The Human Comedy (1943) :2.5stars: Definitely a product of it's time, way too hokey now.
  19. :check: Wilson (1944) :3stars: Pretty comprehensive biography, but rather flat.
  20. :empty: The Yearling (1946)

9/20

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1930s & '40s Best Picture nominees:
  1. :check: The Smiling Lieutenant (1931) :4stars: Didn't think i'd like this one after the first few minutes, ended up loving it.
  2. :check: Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935) :2.5stars: Some fun scenes, but not my cup of tea.
  3. :check: The Informer (1935) :4stars: Great story, full of suspense and paranoia.
  4. :empty: David Copperfield (1935)
  5. :check: Stage Door (1937) :3stars: Pretty good, but the characters were a bit too one-dimensional.
  6. :empty: Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938)
  7. :check: Pygmalion (1938) :4stars: Having seen My Fair Lady, I was curious about how much I'd enjoy this. I think it's the better of the two.
  8. :empty: The Citadel (1938)
  9. :empty: Four Daughters(1938)
  10. :check: Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939) :4.5stars: Wow. I'm always pleasantly surprised when an older film is still this moving
  11. :empty: Our Town (1940)
  12. :empty: Kitty Foyle (1940)
  13. :check: All This and Heaven Too (1940) :4stars: Great performances in a simple, but emotional story.
  14. :empty: One Foot in Heaven (1941)
  15. :check: The Little Foxes (1941) :4stars: Excellent performances throughout.
  16. :empty: Blossoms in the Dust (1941)
  17. :empty: Madame Curie (1943)
  18. :check: The Human Comedy (1943) :2.5stars: Definitely a product of it's time, way too hokey now.
  19. :check: Wilson (1944) :3stars: Pretty comprehensive biography, but rather flat.
  20. :empty: The Yearling (1946)

10/20

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1930s & '40s Best Picture nominees:
  1. :check: The Smiling Lieutenant (1931) :4stars: Didn't think i'd like this one after the first few minutes, ended up loving it.
  2. :check: Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935) :2.5stars: Some fun scenes, but not my cup of tea.
  3. :check: The Informer (1935) :4stars: Great story, full of suspense and paranoia.
  4. :empty: David Copperfield (1935)
  5. :check: Stage Door (1937) :3stars: Pretty good, but the characters were a bit too one-dimensional.
  6. :empty: Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938)
  7. :check: Pygmalion (1938) :4stars: Having seen My Fair Lady, I was curious about how much I'd enjoy this. I think it's the better of the two.
  8. :empty: The Citadel (1938)
  9. :empty: Four Daughters(1938)
  10. :check: Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939) :4.5stars: Wow. I'm always pleasantly surprised when an older film is still this moving
  11. :empty: Our Town (1940)
  12. :empty: Kitty Foyle (1940)
  13. :check: All This and Heaven Too (1940) :4stars: Great performances in a simple, but emotional story.
  14. :empty: One Foot in Heaven (1941)
  15. :check: The Little Foxes (1941) :4stars: Excellent performances throughout.
  16. :empty: Blossoms in the Dust (1941)
  17. :check: Madame Curie (1943) :3stars: Interesting subject, boring story.
  18. :check: The Human Comedy (1943) :2.5stars: Definitely a product of it's time, way too hokey now.
  19. :check: Wilson (1944) :3stars: Pretty comprehensive biography, but rather flat.
  20. :empty: The Yearling (1946)

11/20

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1930s & '40s Best Picture nominees:
  1. :check: The Smiling Lieutenant (1931) :4stars: Didn't think i'd like this one after the first few minutes, ended up loving it.
  2. :check: Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935) :2.5stars: Some fun scenes, but not my cup of tea.
  3. :check: The Informer (1935) :4stars: Great story, full of suspense and paranoia.
  4. :empty: David Copperfield (1935)
  5. :check: Stage Door (1937) :3stars: Pretty good, but the characters were a bit too one-dimensional.
  6. :empty: Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938)
  7. :check: Pygmalion (1938) :4stars: Having seen My Fair Lady, I was curious about how much I'd enjoy this. I think it's the better of the two.
  8. :empty: The Citadel (1938)
  9. :empty: Four Daughters(1938)
  10. :check: Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939) :4.5stars: Wow. I'm always pleasantly surprised when an older film is still this moving
  11. :empty: Our Town (1940)
  12. :empty: Kitty Foyle (1940)
  13. :check: All This and Heaven Too (1940) :4stars: Great performances in a simple, but emotional story.
  14. :empty: One Foot in Heaven (1941)
  15. :check: The Little Foxes (1941) :4stars: Excellent performances throughout.
  16. :check: Blossoms in the Dust (1941) :3stars: See below.
  17. :check: Madame Curie (1943) :3stars: Interesting subject, boring story.
  18. :check: The Human Comedy (1943) :2.5stars: Definitely a product of it's time, way too hokey now.
  19. :check: Wilson (1944) :3stars: Pretty comprehensive biography, but rather flat.
  20. :empty: The Yearling (1946)

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1930s & '40s Best Picture nominees:
  1. :check: The Smiling Lieutenant (1931) :4stars: Didn't think i'd like this one after the first few minutes, ended up loving it.
  2. :check: Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935) :2.5stars: Some fun scenes, but not my cup of tea.
  3. :check: The Informer (1935) :4stars: Great story, full of suspense and paranoia.
  4. :empty: David Copperfield (1935)
  5. :check: Stage Door (1937) :3stars: Pretty good, but the characters were a bit too one-dimensional.
  6. :empty: Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938)
  7. :check: Pygmalion (1938) :4stars: Having seen My Fair Lady, I was curious about how much I'd enjoy this. I think it's the better of the two.
  8. :empty: The Citadel (1938)
  9. :check: Four Daughters (1938) :3.5stars: Great characters, very basic, predictable story.
  10. :check: Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939) :4.5stars: Wow. I'm always pleasantly surprised when an older film is still this moving
  11. :empty: Our Town (1940)
  12. :empty: Kitty Foyle (1940)
  13. :check: All This and Heaven Too (1940) :4stars: Great performances in a simple, but emotional story.
  14. :empty: One Foot in Heaven (1941)
  15. :check: The Little Foxes (1941) :4stars: Excellent performances throughout.
  16. :check: Blossoms in the Dust (1941) :3stars: See below.
  17. :check: Madame Curie (1943) :3stars: Interesting subject, boring story.
  18. :check: The Human Comedy (1943) :2.5stars: Definitely a product of it's time, way too hokey now.
  19. :check: Wilson (1944) :3stars: Pretty comprehensive biography, but rather flat.
  20. :empty: The Yearling (1946)

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1930s & '40s Best Picture nominees:
  1. :check: The Smiling Lieutenant (1931) :4stars: Didn't think i'd like this one after the first few minutes, ended up loving it.
  2. :check: Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935) :2.5stars: Some fun scenes, but not my cup of tea.
  3. :check: The Informer (1935) :4stars: Great story, full of suspense and paranoia.
  4. :empty: David Copperfield (1935)
  5. :check: Stage Door (1937) :3stars: Pretty good, but the characters were a bit too one-dimensional.
  6. :check: Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938) :3.5stars: A decent mix of humor and seriousness, but nothing special to me.
  7. :check: Pygmalion (1938) :4stars: Having seen My Fair Lady, I was curious about how much I'd enjoy this. I think it's the better of the two.
  8. :empty: The Citadel (1938)
  9. :check: Four Daughters (1938) :3.5stars: Great characters, very basic, predictable story.
  10. :check: Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939) :4.5stars: Wow. I'm always pleasantly surprised when an older film is still this moving
  11. :empty: Our Town (1940)
  12. :empty: Kitty Foyle (1940)
  13. :check: All This and Heaven Too (1940) :4stars: Great performances in a simple, but emotional story.
  14. :check: One Foot in Heaven (1941) :3.5stars: A bit cheesy, but definitely a "feel good" film.
  15. :check: The Little Foxes (1941) :4stars: Excellent performances throughout.
  16. :check: Blossoms in the Dust (1941) :3stars: See below.
  17. :check: Madame Curie (1943) :3stars: Interesting subject, boring story.
  18. :check: The Human Comedy (1943) :2.5stars: Definitely a product of it's time, way too hokey now.
  19. :check: Wilson (1944) :3stars: Pretty comprehensive biography, but rather flat.
  20. :empty: The Yearling (1946)

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1930s & '40s Best Picture nominees:
  1. :check: The Smiling Lieutenant (1931) :4stars: Didn't think i'd like this one after the first few minutes, ended up loving it.
  2. :check: Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935) :2.5stars: Some fun scenes, but not my cup of tea.
  3. :check: The Informer (1935) :4stars: Great story, full of suspense and paranoia.
  4. :empty: David Copperfield (1935)
  5. :check: Stage Door (1937) :3stars: Pretty good, but the characters were a bit too one-dimensional.
  6. :check: Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938) :3.5stars: A decent mix of humor and seriousness, but nothing special to me.
  7. :check: Pygmalion (1938) :4stars: Having seen My Fair Lady, I was curious about how much I'd enjoy this. I think it's the better of the two.
  8. :check: The Citadel (1938) :3stars: Started pretty strong, but turned predictable and ended weak.
  9. :check: Four Daughters (1938) :3.5stars: Great characters, very basic, predictable story.
  10. :check: Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939) :4.5stars: Wow. I'm always pleasantly surprised when an older film is still this moving
  11. :empty: Our Town (1940)
  12. :empty: Kitty Foyle (1940)
  13. :check: All This and Heaven Too (1940) :4stars: Great performances in a simple, but emotional story.
  14. :check: One Foot in Heaven (1941) :3.5stars: A bit cheesy, but definitely a "feel good" film.
  15. :check: The Little Foxes (1941) :4stars: Excellent performances throughout.
  16. :check: Blossoms in the Dust (1941) :3stars: See below.
  17. :check: Madame Curie (1943) :3stars: Interesting subject, boring story.
  18. :check: The Human Comedy (1943) :2.5stars: Definitely a product of it's time, way too hokey now.
  19. :check: Wilson (1944) :3stars: Pretty comprehensive biography, but rather flat.
  20. :empty: The Yearling (1946)

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1930s & '40s Best Picture nominees:

  1. :check: The Smiling Lieutenant (1931) :4stars: Didn't think i'd like this one after the first few minutes, ended up loving it.
  2. :check: Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935) :2.5stars: Some fun scenes, but not my cup of tea.
  3. :check: The Informer (1935) :4stars: Great story, full of suspense and paranoia.
  4. :empty: David Copperfield (1935)
  5. :check: Stage Door (1937) :3stars: Pretty good, but the characters were a bit too one-dimensional.
  6. :check: Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938) :3.5stars: A decent mix of humor and seriousness, but nothing special to me.
  7. :check: Pygmalion (1938) :4stars: Having seen My Fair Lady, I was curious about how much I'd enjoy this. I think it's the better of the two.
  8. :check: The Citadel (1938) :3stars: Started pretty strong, but turned predictable and ended weak.
  9. :check: Four Daughters (1938) :3.5stars: Great characters, very basic, predictable story.
  10. :check: Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939) :4.5stars: Wow. I'm always pleasantly surprised when an older film is still this moving
  11. :empty: Our Town (1940)
  12. :empty: Kitty Foyle (1940)
  13. :check: All This and Heaven Too (1940) :4stars: Great performances in a simple, but emotional story.
  14. :check: One Foot in Heaven (1941) :3.5stars: A bit cheesy, but definitely a "feel good" film.
  15. :check: The Little Foxes (1941) :4stars: Excellent performances throughout.
  16. :check: Blossoms in the Dust (1941) :3stars: See below.
  17. :check: Madame Curie (1943) :3stars: Interesting subject, boring story.
  18. :check: The Human Comedy (1943) :2.5stars: Definitely a product of it's time, way too hokey now.
  19. :check: Wilson (1944) :3stars: Pretty comprehensive biography, but rather flat.
  20. :check: The Yearling (1946) :4stars: Pulled me in a lot more than I expected.

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1930s & '40s Best Picture nominees:

  1. :check: The Smiling Lieutenant (1931) :4stars: Didn't think i'd like this one after the first few minutes, ended up loving it.
  2. :check: Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935) :2.5stars: Some fun scenes, but not my cup of tea.
  3. :check: The Informer (1935) :4stars: Great story, full of suspense and paranoia.
  4. :empty: David Copperfield (1935)
  5. :check: Stage Door (1937) :3stars: Pretty good, but the characters were a bit too one-dimensional.
  6. :check: Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938) :3.5stars: A decent mix of humor and seriousness, but nothing special to me.
  7. :check: Pygmalion (1938) :4stars: Having seen My Fair Lady, I was curious about how much I'd enjoy this. I think it's the better of the two.
  8. :check: The Citadel (1938) :3stars: Started pretty strong, but turned predictable and ended weak.
  9. :check: Four Daughters (1938) :3.5stars: Great characters, very basic, predictable story.
  10. :check: Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939) :4.5stars: Wow. I'm always pleasantly surprised when an older film is still this moving
  11. :empty: Our Town (1940)
  12. :check: Kitty Foyle (1940) :3.5stars: Great performance from Rogers elevates an okay film.
  13. :check: All This and Heaven Too (1940) :4stars: Great performances in a simple, but emotional story.
  14. :check: One Foot in Heaven (1941) :3.5stars: A bit cheesy, but definitely a "feel good" film.
  15. :check: The Little Foxes (1941) :4stars: Excellent performances throughout.
  16. :check: Blossoms in the Dust (1941) :3stars: See below.
  17. :check: Madame Curie (1943) :3stars: Interesting subject, boring story.
  18. :check: The Human Comedy (1943) :2.5stars: Definitely a product of it's time, way too hokey now.
  19. :check: Wilson (1944) :3stars: Pretty comprehensive biography, but rather flat.
  20. :check: The Yearling (1946) :4stars: Pulled me in a lot more than I expected.

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