Yeah, the Coen brothers do some good work as well. No Country for Old Men was excellent and Fargo is great. Not too big a fan of Burn After Reading though, although Pitt and Malkovic are hilarious. Just remembered they did O Brother, Where Art Thou? too, which you might already have. Another good one.
I don't want to go to sleep right now. A month or so back I sat down with a pencil and paper, reorganized my DVDs and wrote everything down.
Allow me to share my list with you.
24: Seasons 1-7
House: Seasons 1-4
3:10 to Yuma
A Few Good Men
The Big Lebowski
The Bourne Trilogy: Identity, Supremacy, and Ultimatim
Brian's Song remake which I mistakenly bought some time ago and have yet to even open
The Dark Knight
Die Hard II
Die Hard with a Vengeance
Godfather: Parts 1,2,3
I am Legend
The Iron Giant
The Last Boy Scout
Lethal Weapon 2
Letters from Iwo Jima
Live Free or Die Hard
Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
LotR: The Two Towers
LotR: Return of the King
The Matrix Collection: Original, Reloaded, Revolutions, & Animatrix
No Country for Old Men
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
The Princess Bride
Ready to Rumble
Robin Hood: Men in Tights
Rush Hour II
Saving Private Ryan
School of Rock
Smokey and the Bandit
Star Wars Original Trilogy: A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi
Star Wars Episode I
Star Wars Episode II
Star Wars Episode III
The Simpsons Movie
Tremors Attack Pack: Tremors, II, III, IV
Note: I tended to list boxed sets together, and individual purchases seperate. Examples: Die Hards and Rockys were x number of individual movies, whereas The Bourne Trilogy and The Godfather Trilogy came bundled.
If I did the math right, total 89 movies and 11 television seasons. I was a little disappointed I hadn't reached triple digits yet, but that will come in time. Any reccomendations for glaring omissions that I should keep an eye out for will be noted.
BTW, Please don't sneak out here and steal my movies. Thank you. (yeah, that'll totally keep them away)
I do have "No Country for Old Men", but it was not listed due to the aforementioned error. Will look into the others, as I have heard great things about them.
Nice collection, but it needs more Joel & Ethan Coen (Big Lebowski) films... Fargo, Raising Arizona, Miller's Crossing, No Country for Old Men, etc
For some reason, I didn't include N's, O's, or P's, so I left a few out of the original list. Will have to go back and redo those.
Now that you mention Reservoir Dogs, most of Tarantino's work is great stuff. Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, and Inglorious Basterds are all excellent.
Have watched Entourage, though only a few of the more recent episodes (last year). It was good, but I hear the early stuff was much better. Not sure I'd want to spend money on it though. I'll keep a look-out for Goodfellas, and Reservoir Dogs now that I think about it. Oh, and my sister's bf got me the Alien movies for Christmas, so I'll add that soon.
Get Goodfellas, hell start a Martin Scorsese collection. A TV series I recommend and you probably haven't ever watched is Entourage; it's freaking hilarious.