The Movies I saw in 2003

commented on how many movies I put in the previous post. I decided to try and list all of the movies I saw this year, both in the theater and on TV (dvd, hbo, etc.). I pulled this list from memory, from email archives, and by stepping through every post I made to LJ in the past year. I am going to try and keep a more accurate list for 2004. I figure if I start now I can have a pretty accurate model of what I see this year.

The theater list is pretty accurate, and I don’t think I missed much on it. The video list, however, is probably VERY incomplete.

Update (8/27/2004): I found an option at netflix to retrieve my entire rental history, so I was able to fill in some missing data.

Movies I saw on the big screen

  1. 28 Days Later (twice)
  2. Adaptation
  3. Alien: Director’s Cut
  4. American Splendor
  5. Cabin Fever
  6. Cape Fear (1962)
  7. Capturing the Friedmans
  8. Chicago
  9. Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
  10. Freddy vs. Jason
  11. Friday Night (“Vendredi Soir”)
  12. Gangs of New York
  13. Gerry
  14. Gigantic: A Tale of Two Johns
  15. Hours, The
  16. House of 1000 Corpses
  17. Hulk, The
  18. Italian Job, The (2003)
  19. Kill Bill vol. 1 (twice)
  20. Lord of the Rings: Return of the King
  21. Lost in La Mancha
  22. Lost in Translation
  23. Matrix Reloaded
  24. Matrix Revolutions
  25. Mighty Wind, A
  26. Old School (snuck into the last half)
  27. Only the Strong Survive
  28. Owning Mahowny
  29. Party Monster
  30. Phone Booth
  31. Pianist, The
  32. Pirates of the Caribbean
  33. Quiet American, The
  34. Recruit, The
  35. Rivers and Tides
  36. Russian Ark
  37. School of Rock
  38. Seabiscuit
  39. Shattered Glass
  40. Space Station 3D
  41. Spellbound
  42. Spike & Mike’s Sick and Twisted Festival of Animation
  43. Step Into Liquid
  44. Sweet Sixteen
  45. Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
  46. Triplets of Belleville, The
  47. Weather Underground
  48. Whale Rider
  49. X-Men 2

Movies I saw on the little screen

  1. 2010: The Year We Made Contact
  2. ABC’s of Sex Education for Trainable Persons, The
  3. All the Love you Cannes
  4. American Psycho II
  5. Amityville Horror I
  6. Amityville Horror II
  7. Amityville Horror III
  8. Animatrix, The
  9. Austin Powers in Goldmember
  10. Back to the Future I
  11. Back to the Future II
  12. Back to the Future III
  13. Battlestar Galactica (They called it a Mini-Series, but that’s BS)
  14. Best in Show
  15. Better Luck Tomorrow
  16. Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure
  17. Cannibal Ferox (“Make them Die Slowly”)
  18. Catch Me If You Can
  19. Cecil B. DeMented
  20. Chasing Amy
  21. Christmas Story, A
  22. Citizen Cane
  23. Clockwork Orange, A
  24. Color of Money, The
  25. Comedian
  26. Creepshow II
  27. Creepshow
  28. Dawn of the Dead (1978)
  29. Day of the Dead (1985)
  30. Dead Alive
  31. Decade Under the Influence, A
  32. Die Hard
  33. Dogma
  34. Dogs: The Rise and Fall of an All Girl Bookie Joint (Only the first 15
    minutes, included on this list so I never accidentally rent it again)
  35. Dogtown and Z-Boys
  36. Eight Legged Freaks
  37. Eraserhead
  38. Final Destination I
  39. From Hell
  40. Funny Farm
  41. Ginger Snaps
  42. Godfather I
  43. Godfather II
  44. Goodfellas
  45. Goonies
  46. Grosse Point Blank
  47. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
  48. Hellraiser
  49. Henry Rollins Goes to London
  50. Henry Rollins: Talking from the Box
  51. Henry Rollins: Up For It
  52. I Don’t Know Jack
  53. Impact
  54. Inva$ion
  55. It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
  56. Jackass: The Movie
  57. Jane White is Sick and Twisted
  58. Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back
  59. Last House on the Left
  60. Lifestyle: Swinging in America
  61. Mallrats
  62. Man Bites Dog
  63. Manhunter
  64. Matrix, The
  65. Midnight Zombie Maniacs
  66. Monty Python’s Life of Brian
  67. My Blue Heaven (several times)
  68. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
  69. Night of the Living Dead (1968)
  70. No Maps for These Territories
  71. Olympic Greasy Watermelon
  72. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
  73. Outside Providence
  74. Poolhall Junkies
  75. Porn Star: The Legend of Ron Jeremy
  76. Portishead – Live in NY
  77. Queen – Live at Wembley Stadium
  78. Re-Animator
  79. Real Genius
  80. Red vs. Blue – The Blood Gulch Chronicles
  81. Resevoir Dogs
  82. Right Stuff, The
  83. Ring, The
  84. Ringu
  85. Road to Perdition
  86. Rounders
  87. Rushmore
  88. Saving Silverman
  89. Se7en
  90. Session 9
  91. Shawshank Redemption, The
  92. Short Films of David Lynch
  93. Silence of the Lambs
  94. Smothered: The Censorship Struggles of the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
  95. So I Married an Axe Murderer
  96. South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut
  97. Spider-Man
  98. Spider Baby
  99. Spider
  100. Spun
  101. Stop Making Sense
  102. Stuff, The
  103. Terror Firmer
  104. Tetsuo: The Ironman
  105. Texas Chain Saw Massacre I
  106. Texas Chainsaw Massacre II
  107. They Saved Hitler’s Brain
  108. This is Spinal Tap
  109. Titanic
  110. Total Recall
  111. Toxic Avenger I
  112. Toxic Avenger II
  113. Toxic Avenger III
  114. Trekkies
  115. Trick or Treat
  116. Tromeo and Juliet
  117. Tron
  118. Waiting for Guffman
  119. WarGames
  120. Wayne’s World
  121. Wet Hot American Summer
  122. Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
  123. Zoolander

9 thoughts on “The Movies I saw in 2003

    1. Because I made the list or because the list is so long?

      I think if I had a job the list would be just as long, if not longer (because I would have more money).

  1. You forgot Spun and Hell House.

    I think some quality films you missed in 2003 are Bend It Like Beckham, Open Range, Love Actually, Mystic River (if only cuz Sean Penn was really good), and Cold Mountain (cuz Jude Law is hot).

  2. Seriously, you have too much free time. I haven’t the faintest idea how many movies i saw this year.

    But i’ll tell you what, one of the biggest disappointments was when we went to go see Dead Alive and the show was cancelled :(

  3. Fuck em

    I have no job either and they are out there seeing just how much their souls are worth each day while you and I get to do things like ponder over what is good cinema or read the subtle story arch of online comics.

    Jealous bastards!

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