September 2, 2007

The A to Z of Glenn's Movies

A sequel, which I thought could be fun. For the last few letters I had to choose movies that aren't necessarily my favourites of all time, but were the best of what I had seen.

All That Jazz, dir. Bob Fosse

The Breakfast Club, dir. John Hughes

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, dir. Richard Brooks

Days of Heaven, dir. Terrence Malick

Educating Rita, dir. Lewis Gilbert

Flying High!, dir. Jerry Zucker, Jim Abrahams & David Zucker

Gilda, dir. Charles Vidor

Hoop Dreams, dir. Steve James

I'm the One that I Want, dir. Lionel Coleman

Jackie Brown, dir. Quentin Tarantino

The Killing, dir. Stanley Kubrick

Lantana, dir. Ray Lawrence

Mulholland Drive, dir. David Lynch

Norma Rae, dir. Martin Ritt

One from the Heart, dir. Francis Ford Coppola

Psycho, dir.Alfred Hitchcock

Quick Change, dir. Howard Franklin & Bill Murray

Rebel Without a Cause, dir. Nicholas Ray

Scream 2, dir. Wes Craven

Terminator 2: Judgement Day, dir. James Cameron

Unfaithful, dir. Adrien Lyne

Venus Beauty [institut], dir. Tonie Marshall

Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, dir. Robert Zemeckis

X2, dir. Bryan Singer

You've Got Mail, dir. Ephron

Zatoichi, dir. Takeshi Kitano

1 comment:

J.D. said...

Why didn't I think of this? And what's with the blogosphere's fascination with the alphabet? What is this, Sesame Street?

(Not complaining. I go steal this now.)