Rate the Films in Any Filmography!

GowienczykGowienczyk Pooper of Parties
edited June 2013 in Less Rokk More Talk
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Basically this is similar to the "Rate the Albums in Any Discography!" thread over in History of Rock, this one applies to directors and actors mostly. I don't expect anyone doing anything else for sure. I'm mostly plugging this here because 1) I don't think we have this thread, and 2) I've been doing independent rankings anyway. OH! and if you haven't seen a film, why not leave that one out so you are only rating the ones you have seen.

I'll start:

Adam Sandler

Reign Over Me
Punch-Drunk Love
Spanglish

Hotel Transylvania
Funny People
The Wedding Singer

Bulletproof
The Longest Yard
Big Daddy
Airheads
50 First Dates
Bedtime Stories
Click

Mr. Deeds
Grown Ups
Happy Gilmore
The Waterboy
Just Go with It
I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry
Billy Madison
Eight Crazy Nights
You Don't Mess with the Zohan
Little Nicky
That's My Boy
Jack and Jill


Nicolas Cage

Adaptation
Rumble Fish
The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans
Birdy
Leaving Las Vegas

Kick-Ass
Red Rock West
Bringing Out the Dead
The Cotton Club
Raising Arizona
Racing with the Moon
Wild at Heart
The Croods
Drive Angry
Captain Corelli's Mandolin
Lord of War
8MM
The Rock
Trespass
Season of the Witch

Windtalkers
Bangkok Dangerous
Seeking Justice
The Sorcerer's Apprentice
The Family Man
Matchstick Men
National Treasure
National Treasure 2
Snake Eyes
Amos & Andrew
Knowing
Con Air
Deadfall
The Wicker Man
Gone in 60 Seconds
Vampire's Kiss
Kiss of Death
The Weather Man
World Trade Center
It Could Happen to You
Guarding Tess
Moonstruck
Trapped in Paradise
Ghost Rider
Stolen
Valley Girl

Face/Off
Next
City of Angels
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance


Winona Ryder

Being John Malkovich
A Scanner Darkly
Black Swan
Night on Earth

Reality Bites
The Age of Innocence
Heathers
The Private Lives of Pippa Lee
Star Trek
Bram Stoker's Dracula
The Crucible
Great Balls of Fire!

Beetlejuice
Celebrity
Girl, Interrupted
The Darwin Awards
The Last Word
How to Make an American Quilt
Mermaids
The Informers
Little Women
Sex and Death 101
Stay Cool
S1m0ne
The Ten
Lucas

Edward Scissorhands
Lost Souls
Mr. Deeds
Alien: Resurrection
The Dilemma

Comments

  • DangimarockerDangimarocker Headliner
    edited July 2012
    i HATED 50 first dates, that'd get 1/10 from me.
    Billy Madison will always remain adam sandler's best film for me.
    The rest i couldn't watch more than once.
  • Mega-TallicaMega-Tallica Washed Up
    edited July 2012
    I'd have Matchstick Men a lot higher for Nicolas Cage.

    I don't think I've watched any one actor/actress' full filmography, I'm close with a few, but I'll just do the Coen Bros. since I have seen all their movies.

    The Big Lebowski
    Raising Arizona
    Burn After Reading
    Miller's Crossing
    No Country For Old Men

    Fargo
    True Grit
    O Brother, Where Art Thou?
    The Man Who Wasn't There
    Barton Fink

    Intolerable Cruelty
    Blood Simple

    The Ladykillers
    The Hudsucker Proxy

    A Serious Man
  • GowienczykGowienczyk Pooper of Parties
    edited July 2012
    Christian Bale

    Empire of the Sun
    The Portrait of a Lady
    The Prestige
    Batman Begins
    The Dark Knight
    The Machinist
    I'm Not There
    The New World
    American Psycho
    The Fighter
    The Secret Agent

    Henry V
    3:10 to Yuma
    Public Enemies
    The Flowers of War
    Rescue Dawn
    Captain Corelli's Mandolin
    Equilibrium
    Metroland
    Velvet Goldmine
    Terminator Salvation
    Laurel Canyon
    Treasure Island

    Reign of Fire
    Shaft
    Swing Kids
    Little Women
    A Midsummer Night's Dream
    Harsh Times
    All the Little Animals

    Newsies
  • LiveHomeVideoLiveHomeVideo Trying too hard
    edited July 2012
    Mega-Tallica;4811612 said:
    I'd have Matchstick Men a lot higher for Nicolas Cage.

    I don't think I've watched any one actor/actress' full filmography, I'm close with a few, but I'll just do the Coen Bros. since I have seen all their movies.

    The Big Lebowski
    Raising Arizona
    Burn After Reading
    Miller's Crossing
    No Country For Old Men

    Fargo
    True Grit
    O Brother, Where Art Thou?
    The Man Who Wasn't There
    Barton Fink

    Intolerable Cruelty
    Blood Simple

    The Ladykillers
    The Hudsucker Proxy

    A Serious Man

    O Brother Where Art Thou lower than Burn After Reading?

    I simply disagree. There.
  • Mega-TallicaMega-Tallica Washed Up
    edited July 2012
    LiveHomeVideo;4811614 said:
    O Brother Where Art Thou lower than Burn After Reading?

    I simply disagree. There.
    The first 10 there are all pretty much right on top of one another as far as where I'd rank them. They are all phenomenal movies. If you ask me tomorrow, those first 10 could be completely different.
  • GowienczykGowienczyk Pooper of Parties
    edited July 2012
    Mega-Tallica;4811612 said:
    I'd have Matchstick Men a lot higher for Nicolas Cage.

    I don't think I've watched any one actor/actress' full filmography, I'm close with a few, but I'll just do the Coen Bros. since I have seen all their movies.

    The Big Lebowski
    Raising Arizona
    Burn After Reading
    Miller's Crossing
    No Country For Old Men

    Fargo
    True Grit
    O Brother, Where Art Thou?
    The Man Who Wasn't There
    Barton Fink

    Intolerable Cruelty
    Blood Simple

    The Ladykillers
    The Hudsucker Proxy

    A Serious Man
    As expected I disagree here, but not by much...

    Barton Fink
    Miller's Crossing
    No Country For Old Men
    Fargo

    True Grit
    O Brother, Where Art Thou?
    Burn After Reading
    The Big Lebowski
    Raising Arizona

    The Man Who Wasn't There
    Blood Simple
    A Serious Man
    The Ladykillers
    The Hudsucker Proxy

    Intolerable Cruelty
  • LiveHomeVideoLiveHomeVideo Trying too hard
    edited July 2012
    Mega-Tallica;4811618 said:
    The first 10 there are all pretty much right on top of one another as far as where I'd rank them. They are all phenomenal movies. If you ask me tomorrow, those first 10 could be completely different.

    Oh. I find O Brother Where Out Though a clever take on The Odyssey (and a very funny film), but I didn't enjoy Burn After Reading too much. Maybe if I watch it again...
  • CubecubedCubecubed Washed Up
    edited July 2012
    Scorcese (The ones I've seen, at least):

    Goodfellas
    Taxi Driver

    The Departed
    Casino
    Raging Bull
    Cape Fear

    Gangs of New York
    The Aviator
    Hugo


    I definitely plan on seeing his whole filmography, though.
  • Mega-TallicaMega-Tallica Washed Up
    edited July 2012
    LiveHomeVideo;4811621 said:
    Oh. I find O Brother Where Out Though a clever take on The Odyssey (and a very funny film), but I didn't enjoy Burn After Reading too much. Maybe if I watch it again...
    As with a few other Coen Bros. movies, sometimes they don't sink in the first time. Barton Fink is a good example for me. Hated it the first time I saw it, but after watching a few more abstract films similar to it, I came back to it and watched it again and really found a new appreciation for it.
  • Mega-TallicaMega-Tallica Washed Up
    edited July 2012
    Cubecubed;4811624 said:
    Scorcese (The ones I've seen, at least):

    Goodfellas
    Taxi Driver

    The Departed
    Casino
    Raging Bull
    Cape Fear

    Gangs of New York
    The Aviator
    Hugo


    I definitely plan on seeing his whole filmography, though.

    You'll like Mean Streets a lot probably based on those rankings.
  • Mega-TallicaMega-Tallica Washed Up
    edited July 2012
    Denzel Washington (the ones I've seen)

    Training Day
    Malcolm X
    American Gangster
    Devil In A Blue Dress
    Inside Man
    Antwone Fisher
    Deja Vu

    Man On Fire
    Courage Under Fire
    The Hurricane
    Philadelphia
    The Great Debaters
    Fallen

    The Manchurian Candidate
    Out Of Time
    Unstoppable

    The Siege
    John Q

    The Bone Collector
    The Taking Of Pelham 123
    Safe House
    The Book Of Eli
    Virtuosity


    Missing a lot of his early films mostly.
  • GowienczykGowienczyk Pooper of Parties
    edited July 2012
    Mega-Tallica;4811630 said:
    Denzel Washington (the ones I've seen)

    Training Day
    Malcolm X
    American Gangster
    Devil In A Blue Dress
    Inside Man
    Antwone Fisher
    Deja Vu

    Man On Fire
    Courage Under Fire
    The Hurricane
    Philadelphia
    The Great Debaters
    Fallen

    The Manchurian Candidate
    Out Of Time
    Unstoppable

    The Siege
    John Q

    The Bone Collector
    The Taking Of Pelham 123
    Safe House
    The Book Of Eli
    Virtuosity


    Missing a lot of his early films mostly.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbon_Copy_(film)

    I saw this on cable and oh my god watching the whole thing, so horrible!
  • Mega-TallicaMega-Tallica Washed Up
    edited July 2012
    Gowienczyk;4811631 said:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbon_Copy_(film)

    I saw this on cable and oh my god watching the whole thing, so horrible!
    LOL, just watched the trailer, as soon as Denzel said, "Hi, Daddy!", I just burst out laughing. What an odd role for him. It seems god awful.
  • GowienczykGowienczyk Pooper of Parties
    edited July 2012
    Mega-Tallica;4811637 said:
    LOL, just watched the trailer, as soon as Denzel said, "Hi, Daddy!", I just burst out laughing. What an odd role for him. It seems god awful.

    So worth one viewing though!
  • Mega-TallicaMega-Tallica Washed Up
    edited July 2012
    It's on YouTube in full apparently, I'll have to remember that for a rainy day.
  • LiveHomeVideoLiveHomeVideo Trying too hard
    edited July 2012
    Looks like I have a review...
  • Lawdog1521Lawdog1521 Squirrel Chasing Expert
    edited July 2012
    What's with the Rasta color scheme?
  • RockBandRockerRockBandRocker Love Is A Battleship
    edited July 2012
    Gowienczyk;4811613 said:
    Christian Bale

    Empire of the Sun
    The Portrait of a Lady
    The Prestige
    Batman Begins
    The Dark Knight
    The Machinist
    I'm Not There
    The New World
    American Psycho
    The Fighter
    The Secret Agent

    Henry V
    3:10 to Yuma
    Public Enemies
    The Flowers of War
    Rescue Dawn
    Captain Corelli's Mandolin
    Equilibrium
    Metroland
    Velvet Goldmine
    Terminator Salvation
    Laurel Canyon
    Treasure Island

    Reign of Fire
    Shaft
    Swing Kids
    Little Women
    A Midsummer Night's Dream
    Harsh Times
    All the Little Animals

    Newsies

    What?!

    No love at all there for "Pocahontas"? Did you never see that movie? His character is one of the ones that's semi-vital to the plot.
  • MarlboroMarlboro Road Warrior
    edited July 2012
    Ed Norton (the ones I've seen)

    Fight Club
    American History X

    The Incredible Hulk
    25th Hour
    Primal Fear
    The People vs. Larry Flynt
    Keeping the Faith
    Rounders
    Down in the Valley
    The Score
    Red Dragon
    The Italian Job
    The Illusionist

    The Painted Veil
    Stone

    Leaves of Grass
    Death to Smoochy
  • Lowlander2Lowlander2 FaIling Star
    edited July 2012
    I see Gowi left The Wicker Man off his Nicholas Cage list...

    I'll post here with something, but I don't know what yet.
  • McTenzingtonMcTenzington Opening Act
    edited July 2012
    PTA:

    Magnolia
    Punch-Drunk Love
    Boogie Nights
    Hard Eight
    There Will Be Blood


    The Coens:

    Fargo
    A Serious Man
    Miller's Crossing
    The Man Who Wasn't There
    Blood Simple
    Barton Fink
    No Country For Old Men
    The Big Lebowski
    Raising Arizona
    True Grit
    The Hudsucker Proxy
    Burn After Reading
    O Brother Where Art Thou?
    Intolerable Cruelty
    The Ladykillers


    Kubrick:

    Dr. Strangelove
    2001: A Space Odyssey
    Paths of Glory
    A Clockwork Orange
    The Killing
    Full Metal Jacket
    The Shining
    Eyes Wide Shut
    Barry Lyndon
    Spartacus
    Lolita
    Killer's Kiss
    Fear and Desire


    Tarantino:

    Pulp Fiction
    Reservoir Dogs
    Jackie Brown
    Kill Bill vol. 1
    Kill Bill vol. 2
    Inglorious Basterds
    Death Proof


    Tarkovsky:

    Stalker
    Andrei Rublev
    The Sacrifice
    Nostalghia
    Solaris
    Mirror
    The Steamroller and the Violin
    Ivan's Childhood


    Eisenstein:

    Alexander Nevsky
    Strike
    October
    Battleship Potemkin
    Ivan the Terrible Part I
    Ivan the Terrible Part II
    Old and New
    Que Viva Mexico!


    Bresson:

    Une Femme Douce
    A Man Escaped
    Pickpocket
    Four Nights of a Dreamer
    The Trial of Joan of Arc
    Lancelot du Lac
    Les Dames du Bois de Boulogne
    Au Hasard Balthazar
    The Devil, Probably
    L'Argent
    Diary of a Country Priest
    Angels of the Streets
    Mouchette
  • GowienczykGowienczyk Pooper of Parties
    edited July 2012
    Lowlander2;4811774 said:
    I see Gowi left The Wicker Man off his Nicholas Cage list...

    I'll post here with something, but I don't know what yet.

    It's actually there-- in the yellow.
    RockBandRocker;4811672 said:
    What?!

    No love at all there for "Pocahontas"? Did you never see that movie? His character is one of the ones that's semi-vital to the plot.

    I also abstained from Cage's performance in G-Force, I know animated films are works of cinema and filmography, but for some reason I decided to go against citing them even if I have seen them.
  • Rocket2RussiaRocket2Russia Road Warrior
    edited July 2012
    Tim Curry, Our Lord and Savior

    The Rocky Horror Picture Show
    Clue

    Muppets Christmas Carol

    Addams Family Reunion
    a zillion animated films everyone waits 'til the credits to figure out "oh that was TIM CURRY"
  • Mega-TallicaMega-Tallica Washed Up
    edited July 2012
    Al Pacino

    The Godfather
    The Godfather, Part II
    Dog Day Afternoon
    Scent Of A Women
    Scarface
    Serpico
    Donnie Brasco
    Carlito's Way

    Insomnia
    Glengarry Glen Ross
    Heat
    ...And Justice For All

    The Godfather, Part III
    Ocean's Thirteen
    The Devil's Advocate

    The Recruit
    The Insider

    Any Given Sunday
    Author! Author!
    Righteous Kill
    88 Minutes
    The Son Of No One
    Jack And Jill
  • ClaptonsWigClaptonsWig I Can't Dance
    edited July 2012
    Rocket2Russia;4812048 said:
    Tim Curry, Our Lord and Savior

    The Rocky Horror Picture Show
    Clue

    Muppets Christmas Carol

    Addams Family Reunion
    a zillion animated films everyone waits 'til the credits to figure out "oh that was TIM CURRY"

    Muppet treasure island isn't on there, this is disappoint. Legend as well, you're not trying. When I get to my computer I will compose a proper one.
  • Lowlander2Lowlander2 FaIling Star
    edited July 2012
    I'm going to use Pixar. Hope I'm not cheating!

    WALL-E
    Toy Story
    Finding Nemo

    Up
    Monsters, Inc.
    Toy Story 3

    Toy Story 2
    The Incredibles

    A Bug's Life

    Cars
    Cars 2


    Haven't seen Ratatouille or Brave yet.
  • EhfahqEhfahq Headliner
    edited July 2012
    Christian Bale:

    The Machinist
    3:10 to Yuma

    The Prestige
    Empire of the Sun
    Batman Begins
    Reign of Fire
    Equilibrium

    Terminator Salvation
    American Psycho

    Newsies
    Little Women
    Shaft
    Velvet Goldmine
    The Dark Knight


    Keanu Reeves
    The Matrix Revolutions
    The Matrix Reloaded
    Bill & Ted s Bogus Journey
    Bill and Ted s Excellent Adventure
    Constantine
    A Scanner Darkly
    The Matrix
    Bram Stoker s Dracula

    Point Break
    Johnny Mnemonic
    Speed
    The Devil s Advocate
    Babes in Toyland
    Parenthood

    The Day the Earth Stood Still
  • RunesmithRunesmith Headliner
    edited July 2012
    Ehfahq;4812858 said:
    Christian Bale:

    The Machinist
    3:10 to Yuma

    The Prestige
    Empire of the Sun
    Batman Begins
    Reign of Fire
    Equilibrium

    Terminator Salvation
    American Psycho

    Newsies
    Little Women
    Shaft
    Velvet Goldmine
    The Dark Knight

    Nice to see Equilibrium getting some love, but Velvet Goldmine so low? What didn't you like?
  • EhfahqEhfahq Headliner
    edited July 2012
    I didn't like being forced to see that movie twice a week for several months. It was one of my ex's favorite movies. I didn't like it in the first place. But when you come home from work and that crap is on my TV, it really gets annoying.
  • RunesmithRunesmith Headliner
    edited July 2012
    Ehfahq;4812872 said:
    I didn't like being forced to see that movie twice a week for several months. It was one of my ex's favorite movies. I didn't like it in the first place. But when you come home from work and that crap is on my TV, it really gets annoying.

    Yeah. I guess there is only so many times one can look at Ewan Macgregor's, ahem, underwhelming performance.
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