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2014 Film Tracker

Post by Nos » Sun Nov 23, 2014 1:43 am

2014, are we in the future yet? It sorta, kinda, in some indefinite way feels like it...no, not yet, it's imminent but we are up to our sixth annual Infini-Tropolis Film Tracker! What will you spend your time on this year?

If you've participated in the past you know how this thread works: it's a place to track every film you watch during the year. You can do things however you want, making one massive continuous list, breaking it down month-to-month, have a rating next to each film (or not), keep track of whether you watched the film on TV, DVD, Blu-ray/HD, Netflix, at the theater, with commentary, etc.

If you'd like to participate reserve one spot below. Once you watch your first film of 2014, start editing that post with the films and continue to do so for the entire year.

To discuss all of the films you watch all year, you can do so in the Film Tracker: Discussion thread!
I saw my life branching out before me like the green fig tree in the story. From the tip of every branch, like a fat purple fig, a wonderful future beckoned and winked. One fig was a husband and a happy home and children, and another fig was a famous poet and another fig was a brilliant professor, and another fig was Ee Gee, the amazing editor, and another fig was Europe and Africa and South America, and another fig was Constantin and Socrates and Attila and a pack of other lovers with queer names and offbeat professions, and another fig was an Olympic lady crew champion, and beyond and above these figs were many more figs I couldn't quite make out. I saw myself sitting in the crotch of this fig tree, starving to death, just because I couldn't make up my mind which of the figs I would choose. I wanted each and every one of them, but choosing one meant losing all the rest, and, as I sat there, unable to decide, the figs began to wrinkle and go black, and, one by one, they plopped to the ground at my feet.


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Re: 2014 Film Tracker

Post by Nos » Sun Nov 23, 2014 1:48 am

First viewings in bold.
Repeat viewings in italics.
Blu-ray/HD viewings in blue.
Netflix viewings in red.
Theatrical viewings in yellow.

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January (8)

01/01: On Location: George Carlin at USC (Callner, 1977) ***1/2
01/06: The Fifth Element (Besson, 1997) ***1/2
01/16: Go (Liman, 1999) ***1/2
01/17: Comedy Central Roast of James Franco (Various, 2013) ***
01/18: Louis C.K.: Hilarious (C.K., 2010) ****
01/18: One Night Stand: Louis C.K. (Mendoza, 2005) ***
01/23: Beverly Hills Cop (Brest, 1984) ****
01/23: Beverly Hills Cop II (Scott, 1987) ***

February (28)

02/05: Louis C.K.: Live at the Beacon Theater (C.K., 2011) ***1/2
02/07: Sarah Silverman: We Are Miracles (Lynch, 2013) **1/2
02/07: Bill Burr: Why Do I Do This? (Hartman, 2008) ***
02/07: Bill Burr: Let It Go (Hartman, 2010) **1/2
02/08: The Wolf of Wall Street (Scorsese, 2013) ***1/2
02/09: Nebraska (Payne, 2013) ***
02/10: On Location: George Carlin at Phoenix (Callner, 1978) ***
02/11: Sam Kinison: Breaking the Rules (Miller, 1987) ****
02/11: Bill Hicks: Sane Man (Booth & Johndrow, 1989) ****
02/12: Eddie Murphy Raw (Townsend, 1987) ***1/2
02/12: The Sam Kinison Family Entertainment Hour (Miller, 1991) ***1/2
02/14: Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning (Steinmann, 1985) ***
02/14: A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (Hopkins, 1989) **1/2
02/16: Kevin Hart: I'm a Grown Little Man (Hartman, 2009) **
02/16: Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain (Small & Story, 2013) **
02/16: Doug Stanhope: Beer Hall Putsch (Karas, 2013) ***
02/16: Eddie Murphy Delirious (Gowers, 1983) ***1/2
02/16: John Mulaney: New in Town (Polito & Szymanski, 2012) ***
02/17: Moshe Kasher: Live in Oakland (Chapman, 2012) **
02/18: Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic (Lynch, 2005) **1/2
02/19: 12 Years a Slave (McQueen, 2013) ***
02/22: Captain Phillips (Greengrass, 2013) **
02/23: Dallas Buyers Club (Vallée, 2013) ***1/2
02/23: Philomena (Frears, 2013) **1/2
02/23: Blue Jasmine (Allen, 2013) ***1/2
02/24: Groundhog Day (Ramis, 1993) ****
02/25: Chris Rock: Big Ass Jokes (Truesdell, 1994) **1/2
02/25: Back to School (Metter, 1986) ***

March (10)

03/01: Gravity (Cuarón, 2013) ***1/2
03/01: American Hustle (Russell, 2013) **1/2
03/02: Her (Jonze, 2013) ****
03/06: On Location: Carlin at Carnegie (Santos, 1983) ***
03/07: Can't Hardly Wait (Elfont & Kaplan, 1998) ***
03/08: Urban Legend (Blanks, 1998) **1/2
03/13: Stand by Me (Reiner, 1986) ****
03/16: George Carlin: Carlin on Campus (Santos, 1984) ***1/2
03/17: George Carlin: Playin' with Your Head (Urbisci, 1986) ***
03/22: George Carlin: What Am I Doing in New Jersey? (Gowers, 1988) ***1/2

April (35)

04/03: Beverly Hills Cop (Brest, 1984) ****
04/03: Beverly Hills Cop II (Scott, 1987) ***
04/05: Rabid (Cronenberg, 1977) ***
04/05: Shivers (Cronenberg, 1975) ***
04/12: Camera (Cronenberg, 2000) **1/2
04/12: The Brood (Cronenberg, 1979) ***1/2
04/12: Scanners (Cronenberg, 1981) ***1/2
04/14: Friday (Gray, 1995) ***
04/15: Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood (Barclay, 1996) **1/2
04/15: Pootie Tang (C.K., 2001) ***
04/15: How High (Dylan, 2001) **1/2
04/16: Wet Hot American Summer (Wain, 2001) ***
04/16: Knocked Up (Apatow, 2007) ****
04/16: Pineapple Express (Green, 2008) ***
04/17: PCU (Bochner, 1994) **1/2
04/18: Clerks. (Smith, 1994) ****
04/18: Mallrats (Smith, 1995) ***
04/18: At the Suicide of the Last Jew in the World in the Last Cinema in the World (Cronenberg, 2007) **1/2
04/18: The Fly (Cronenberg, 1986) ****
04/18: Dead Ringers (Cronenberg, 1988) ****
04/19: Encino Man (Mayfield, 1992) ***
04/19: Son in Law (Rash, 1993) ***
04/20: In the Army Now (Petrie Jr., 1994) **1/2
04/20: Jury Duty (Fortenberry, 1995) **
04/20: Bio-Dome (Bloom, 1996) **1/2
04/20: Half Baked (Davis, 1998) ***
04/20: Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (Leiner, 2004) ***1/2
04/21: Up in Smoke (Adler, 1978) ***1/2
04/21: Pauly Shore Is Dead (Shore, 2003) **1/2
04/26: eXistenZ (Cronenberg, 1999) ***
04/26: A Field in England (Wheatley, 2013) **1/2
04/28: 21 Jump Street (Lord & Miller, 2012) **1/2
04/29: Point Break (Bigelow, 1991) ***1/2
04/29: Funny People (Apatow, 2009) ***
04/30: Falling Down (Schumacher, 1993) ***1/2

May (13)

05/01: Club Paradise (Ramis, 1986) **1/2
05/02: A Dangerous Method (Cronenberg, 2011) ***
05/02: Cosmopolis (Cronenberg, 2012) **1/2
05/03: Resolution (Benson & Moorhead, 2012) **1/2
05/03: Jim Gaffigan: Mr. Universe (Karas, 2012) ***
05/07: Jim Jefferies: Contraband (Green, 2008) **1/2
05/07: Jim Jefferies: I Swear to God (Moffitt, 2009) **1/2
05/09: Jim Jefferies: Alcoholocaust (Kirkby, 2010) ***
05/09: Jim Jefferies: Fully Functional (Karas, 2012) **1/2
05/10: The Internship (Levy, 2013) **1/2
05/10: Grown Ups 2 (Dugan, 2013) ZERO
05/10: We're the Millers (Thurber, 2013) *1/2
05/11: Role Models (Wain, 2008) ***

June (3)

06/06: George Carlin: Doin' It Again (Urbisci, 1990) ***1/2
06/12: Red Dawn (Milius, 1984) ***
06/13: Friday the 13th Part III (Miner, 1982) ***1/2

July (34)

07/06: Caddyshack (Ramis, 1980) ***1/2
07/06: Brewster's Millions (Hill, 1985) ***
07/06: The Money Pit (Benjamin, 1986) **1/2
07/07: Death Becomes Her (Zemeckis, 1992) ***
07/07: Cops and Robbersons (Ritchie, 1994) **
07/07: The Dream Team (Zieff, 1989) **1/2
07/08: The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (Scardino, 2013) *1/2
07/08: The Campaign (Roach, 2012) **
07/08: Looper (Johnson, 2012) ***
07/08: Total Recall (Wiseman, 2012) **1/2
07/10: Cannibal Girls (Reitman, 1973) **1/2
07/11: The Burning (Maylam, 1981) ***1/2
07/11: Vacation (Ramis, 1983) ****
07/12: European Vacation (Heckerling, 1985) ***
07/13: Sleepaway Camp (Hiltzik, 1983) ***
07/16: Flatliners (Schumacher, 1990) ***
07/20: Short Circuit (Badham, 1986) **
07/20: Boyz n the Hood (Singleton, 1991) ****
07/20: Romancing the Stone (Zemeckis, 1984) ***
07/21: Iron Man 3 (Black, 2013) ***1/2
07/21: Dragnet (Mankiewicz, 1987) **1/2
07/21: Runaway (Crichton, 1984) *1/2
07/22: Do the Right Thing (Lee, 1989) ****
07/22: Menace II Society (Hughes', 1993) ****
07/22: The 'Burbs (Dante, 1989) ***1/2
07/23: The Great Outdoors (Deutch, 1988) **1/2
07/23: Harry and the Hendersons (Dear, 1987) ***
07/24: Speed (de Bont, 1994) ***
07/24: One Eight Seven (Reynolds, 1997) **
07/24: New Jack City (Peebles, 1991) ***
07/25: The Shawshank Redemption (Darabont, 1994) ****
07/26: House (Obayashi, 1977) ****
07/26: Jigoku (Nakagawa, 1960) ***1/2
07/31: Summer Camp (Vincent, 1979) **1/2

August (11)

08/01: The Willies (Peck, 1990) **1/2
08/07: Jaws (Spielberg, 1975) ****
08/07: Jaws 2 (Szwarc, 1978) **1/2
08/07: Jaws 3-D (Alves, 1983) **
08/07: Jaws: The Revenge (Sargent, 1987) *
08/15: Good Morning, Vietnam (Levinson, 1987) ****
08/15: Dead Poets Society (Weir, 1989) ***1/2
08/15: Awakenings (Marshall, 1990) ***1/2
08/18: Beverly Hills Cop (Brest, 1984) ****
08/18: Beverly Hills Cop II (Scott, 1987) ***
08/31: The Funhouse (Hooper, 1981) ***

September (9)

09/01: Weird Science (Hughes, 1985) ***
09/03: Tales from the Crypt: From Comic Books to Television (Selby, 2004) ***
09/07: Jim Jefferies: BARE (Hartman, 2014) ***
09/07: Jim Gaffigan: Beyond the Pale (Drumm, 2006) ***
09/08: V/H/S (Various, 2012) **
09/08: V/H/S/2 (Various, 2013) *1/2
09/26: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (Amirpour, 2014) **1/2
09/28: The Editor (Brooks & Kennedy, 2014) **
09/30: Beverly Hills Cop (Brest, 1984) ****

October (43)

10/01: It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (Melendez, 1966) ****
10/01: Trick 'r Treat (Dougherty, 2007) ***
10/02: The Quatermass Xperiment (Guest, 1955) ***1/2
10/03: Let Sleeping Corpses Lie (Grau, 1974) ***1/2
10/04: Beetlejuice (Burton, 1988) ***1/2
10/05: Garfield’s Halloween Adventure (Roman, 1985) ***1/2
10/06: They Live (Carpenter, 1988) ***1/2
10/06: X: The Unknown (Losey & Norman, 1956) **1/2
10/07: Night of the Werewolf (Naschy, 1981) ***
10/07: The Howling (Dante, 1981) ***1/2
10/08: Wolfen (Wadleigh, 1981) **1/2
10/08: An American Werewolf in London (Landis, 1981) ****
10/09: Child's Play (Holland, 1988) ***
10/10: Friday the 13th (Cunningham, 1980) ***1/2
10/11: Friday the 13th Part 2 (Miner, 1981) ***1/2
10/12: Friday the 13th Part III (Miner, 1982) ***1/2 [Viewed in anaglyph 3-D!]
10/13: Friday the 13th Part IV: The Final Chapter (Zito, 1984) ***1/2
10/14: A Nightmare on Elm Street (Craven, 1984) ****
10/15: Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning (Steinmann, 1985) ***
10/16: Scream (Craven, 1996) ****
10/17: Scream 2 (Craven, 1997) ***
10/18: Child's Play 2 (Lafia, 1990) ***
10/19: The Halloween That Almost Wasn't (Bilson, 1979) **1/2
10/20: Halloween Is Grinch Night (Baldwin, 1977) ***
10/21: A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (Sholder, 1985) **1/2
10/22: Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI (McLoughlin, 1986) ***
10/22: A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (Russell, 1987) ***1/2
10/23: Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (Buechler, 1988) **1/2
10/24: A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (Harlin, 1988) ***
10/25: Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (Hedden, 1989) **
10/25: Pumpkinhead (Winston, 1988) ***
10/26: Child's Play 3 (Bender, 1991) **1/2
10/26: Sleepy Hollow (Burton, 1999) ***
10/27: A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (Hopkins, 1989) **1/2
10/28: Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (Talalay, 1991) **1/2
10/29: The Return of the Living Dead (O’Bannon, 1985) ****
10/29: Death Bed: The Bed That Eats (Barry, 1977) ***
10/30: Creepshow (Romero, 1982) ****
10/30: Creepshow 2 (Gornick, 1987) ***
10/31: Halloween III: Season of the Witch (Wallace, 1982) ***
10/31: Mad Monster Party? (Bass, 1967) ***1/2
10/31: The Monster Squad (Dekker, 1987) ****
10/31: Halloween (Carpenter, 1978) ****

November (3)

11/01: Night of the Demons (Tenney, 1988) ***
11/27: A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (Melendez & Roman, 1973) ***1/2
11/27: This Is America, Charlie Brown: The Mayflower Voyagers (Brown, 1988) **1/2

December (35)

12/01: Go (Liman, 1999) ***1/2
12/02: Toy Story That Time Forgot (Purcell, 2014) ***
12/03: Planes, Trains & Automobiles (Hughes, 1987) ****
12/04: Uncle Buck (Hughes, 1989) ***1/2
12/05: A Christmas Carol (Hurst, 1951) ***1/2
12/06: Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Roemer, 1964) ***1/2
12/08: Trading Places (Landis, 1983) ***1/2
12/09: Lethal Weapon (Donner, 1987) ****
12/09: Die Hard (McTiernan, 1988) ****
12/14: Bill Burr: I'm Sorry You Feel That Way (Karas, 2014) ***
12/15: The Santa Clause (Pasquin, 1994) **1/2
12/18: Home Alone (Columbus, 1990) ****
12/18: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (Columbus, 1992) **1/2
12/20: Jingle All the Way (Levant, 1996) **1/2
12/21: Christmas Evil (Jackson, 1980) ***
12/21: Silent Night, Deadly Night (Sellier Jr., 1984) ***
12/22: Ernest Saves Christmas (Cherry, 1988) ***
12/22: The Muppet Christmas Carol (Henson, 1992) ***
12/23: Bad Santa (Zwigoff, 2003) ***
12/23: Scrooged (Donner, 1988) ***
12/24: Christmas Vacation (Chechik, 1989) ****
12/24: Gremlins (Dante, 1984) ****
12/25: Black Christmas (Clark, 1974) ****
12/25: A Christmas Story (Clark, 1983) ****
12/25: How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (Jones & Washam, 1966) ****
12/25: A Charlie Brown Christmas (Melendez, 1965) ****
12/25: Mickey's Christmas Carol (Mattinson, 1983) ***1/2
12/25: Pluto's Christmas Tree (Hannah, 1952) ***1/2
12/25: The Hockey Champ (King, 1939) ***
12/25: Corn Chips (Hannah, 1951) ***
12/26: A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas (Strauss-Schulson, 2011) ***
12/26: To All a Goodnight (Hess, 1980) **1/2
12/27: Game Over (Manzor, 1989) ***
12/27: A Garfield Christmas Special (Roman & Singer, 1987) ***1/2
12/28: The Boondock Saints (Duffy, 1999) **1/2
I saw my life branching out before me like the green fig tree in the story. From the tip of every branch, like a fat purple fig, a wonderful future beckoned and winked. One fig was a husband and a happy home and children, and another fig was a famous poet and another fig was a brilliant professor, and another fig was Ee Gee, the amazing editor, and another fig was Europe and Africa and South America, and another fig was Constantin and Socrates and Attila and a pack of other lovers with queer names and offbeat professions, and another fig was an Olympic lady crew champion, and beyond and above these figs were many more figs I couldn't quite make out. I saw myself sitting in the crotch of this fig tree, starving to death, just because I couldn't make up my mind which of the figs I would choose. I wanted each and every one of them, but choosing one meant losing all the rest, and, as I sat there, unable to decide, the figs began to wrinkle and go black, and, one by one, they plopped to the ground at my feet.


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