365 Day Movie Challenge: 2015

For the third year in a row, I gave myself the task of watching at least 365 films between January 1 and December 31. I passed the test with flying colors: 404 movies seen in 2015! Here is the complete, chronological inventory.


1915-1919: ’49-’17; The Ocean Waif


1920-1924: Dr. Jack; Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde; The Kid; The Penalty; The Sheik


1925-1929: The Gold Rush; It’s the Old Army Game; The Son of the Sheik; So’s Your Old Man; Why Be Good?; A Woman of Affairs


1930-1934: Ace of Aces; Baby Face; Counsellor at Law; The Count of Monte Cristo; The Devil to Pay!; Downstairs; Fast Workers; Feet First; Five and Ten; Happiness Ahead; I Am Suzanne!; Liliom; The Man with Two Faces; Penguin Pool Murder; Red-Headed Woman; The Road to Ruin; Shanghai Express; Strangers May Kiss; This Side of Heaven; Three Faces East; Topaze; Waterloo Bridge


1935-1939: Bachelor Mother; The Big Broadcast of 1936; Bonnie Scotland; Born to Dance; Bride of Frankenstein; Bulldog Drummond Comes Back; Bulldog Drummond’s Revenge; The Crime of Monsieur Lange; Dodge City; Dracula’s Daughter; The Garden of Allah; Intermezzo; Little Miss Broadway; Love on the Run; The Lower Depths; Mad Love; Magnificent Obsession; The Man in the Iron Mask; Mysterious Mr. Moto; Never Say Die; Raffles; Show Boat; Smartest Girl in Town; The Soldier and the Lady; Son of Frankenstein; Splendor; Stage Door; Steamboat Round the Bend; Stella Dallas; Stowaway; Trade Winds


1940-1944: Blossoms in the Dust; Boom Town; Cobra Woman; Desperate Journey; Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde; From Mayerling to Sarajevo; How Green Was My Valley; The Ghost of Frankenstein; The Great Dictator; House of Frankenstein; June Night; Kitty Foyle: The Natural History of a Woman; Ladies in Retirement; The Little Foxes; The Long Voyage Home; Louisiana Purchase; The Mask of Dimitrios; Ministry of Fear; The Moon and Sixpence; Moontide; Mrs. Parkington; The Mummy’s Hand; The Mummy’s Tomb; No Greater Sin; The Sea Hawk; Son of Dracula; This Above All; This Land Is Mine; You Were Never Lovelier


1945-1949: The Banquet; Berlin Express; The Big Clock; Cornered; Criss Cross; Desperate; Easy Living; The Enchanted Cottage; The Gangster; High Wall; Hollow Triumph (aka The Scar); House of Dracula; The Killers; Lady on a Train; Ma and Pa Kettle; Macbeth; Monsieur Verdoux; Nora Prentiss; Red Light; Royal Rabble; Thieves’ Highway; Too Late for Tears


1950-1954: Ace in the Hole; The Affairs of Dobie Gillis; Bad for Each Other; The Crimson Pirate; Early Summer; Executive Suite; The Gambler and the Lady; Girl with Hyacinths; Give a Girl a Break; The Glass Wall; Gun Crazy; The I Don’t Care Girl; Ivanhoe; Kiss Me Kate; Limelight; Ma and Pa Kettle Go to Town; The Men; Million Dollar Mermaid; The Narrow Margin; Pandora and the Flying Dutchman; The People Against O’Hara; Small Town Girl; So Big; Split Second; The Star; Susan Slept Here; Tomorrow Is Another Day; Too Young to Kiss; Woman on the Run


1955-1959: Aparajito; Beyond a Reasonable Doubt; The Defiant Ones; The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing; Imitation of Life; The Journey; The Man Who Never Was; The Mummy; Party Girl; Pather Panchali; La Paura (aka Fear); La Pointe Courte; The Proud Rebel; Separate Tables; The World of Apu; Zero Hour!


1960-1964: Band of Outsiders; Bikini Beach; Boys’ Night Out; Can-Can; A Child Is Waiting; The Connection; The Killers; Lolita; The Manchurian Candidate; Mr. Sardonicus; The Premature Burial; Requiem for a Heavyweight; The Suitor; Topkapi


1965-1969: Another Day, Another Man; Bad Girls Go to Hell; Bonnie and Clyde; Grand Prix; Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner; Indecent Desires; The Ipcress File; Love Is Colder Than Death; Mississippi Mermaid; My Brother’s Wife; Paint Your Wagon; Point Blank; The Sex Perils of Paulette; A Taste of Flesh; Thunderball; Too Much Too Often; Topaz; Witchfinder General


1970-1974: Aguirre, the Wrath of God; The Amazing Transplant; Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia; Count Dracula; Deadly Weapons; Deliverance; Double Agent 73; The Goalie’s Anxiety at the Penalty Kick; The Heartbreak Kid; Kelly’s Heroes; The Last House on the Left; The Last of Sheila; Ludwig; McCabe & Mrs. Miller; The Merchant of Four Seasons; The Murder of Fred Hampton; Super Fly; Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song; Two-Lane Blacktop


1975-1979: Apocalypse Now; Autumn Sonata; The Boys from Brazil; Chinese Roulette; Every Which Way But Loose; Fox and His Friends; The Gauntlet; Girlfriends; God Told Me To; Harlan County U.S.A.; The Hills Have Eyes; In a Year with 13 Moons; The In-Laws; Killer of Sheep; Kings of the Road; The Last Wave; Men in Orbit; Mother Küsters Goes to Heaven; Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht; Prophecy; Rocky II; Time After Time


1980-1984: Body Double; Footloose; Halloween II; The Loveless; Mrs. Soffel; My Brother’s Wedding; A Nightmare on Elm Street; Night Shift; A Night to Dismember; Paris, Texas; Private Benjamin; Risky Business; Rocky III; Stranger Than Paradise; Variety


1985-1989: Bull Durham; Children of a Lesser God; Cookie; A Dry White Season; The Last Temptation of Christ; Mississippi Burning; Pale Rider; Planes, Trains & Automobiles; Pretty in Pink; Red Scorpion; Rocky IV; Runaway Train; Salaam Bombay!; Strapless; Tapeheads; True Love; The Unbelievable Truth; The Untouchables; Without a Clue


1990-1994: Basic Instinct; The Bodyguard; Captives; Cliffhanger; Dead Again; Ghost; Greedy; I Come in Peace (aka Dark Angel); Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles; I.Q.; Jacob’s Ladder; JFK; Joshua Tree (aka Army of One); Just Another Girl on the I.R.T.; The Lawnmower Man; A League of Their Own; Menace II Society; Mississippi Masala; My Own Private Idaho; Peter’s Friends; Pulp Fiction; Reservoir Dogs; Rocky V; Scent of a Woman; Trust; Wayne’s World


1995-1999: Affliction; Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me; Before Sunrise; Bulworth; La Cérémonie; The End of Violence; Eve’s Bayou; Forces of Nature; From Dusk Till Dawn; GoldenEye; Home for the Holidays; Jawbreaker; Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love; Nixon; Pleasantville; Primal Fear; Private Parts; Restoration; Rounders; Saving Private Ryan; Showgirls; The Truman Show


2000-2004: Blood Work; Bread and Tulips; Bride & Prejudice; The Caveman’s Valentine; 8 Women; Femme Fatale; Frida; The Gift; Girl with a Pearl Earring; House of Sand and Fog; Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World; Million Dollar Baby; Mission: Impossible II; Monsoon Wedding; My Life Without Me; Mystic River; Pootie Tang; Proof of Life; Queen of the Damned; Satan Was a Lady; Space Cowboys; Vatel; What Women Want


2005-2009: Amelia; The Beaches of Agnès; Before Sunset; The Black Dahlia; The Devil Wears Prada; The 40 Year Virgin; Hustle & Flow; I Love You, Man; The Incredible Hulk; Mission: Impossible III; The Namesake; Notes on a Scandal; The Omen; RocknRolla; Rocky Balboa


2010-2014: August: Osage County; Before Midnight; Birdman; Clouds of Sils Maria; The Drop; The Expendables; Footloose; Fruitvale Station; Girlhood; Gone Girl; Happy, Happy; Kingsman: The Secret Service; Learning to Drive; Love & Mercy; Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol; My Week with Marilyn; 99 Homes; Passion; Pitch Perfect; Ride; The Rover; Thanks for Sharing; That Awkward Moment; Two Days, One Night; Under the Skin; Unknown; Welcome to Me; What We Do in the Shadows; Winter’s Bone


2015: Aloha; Amy; Ant-Man; Avengers: Age of Ultron; Bridge of Spies; Ex Machina; Fantastic Four; Jurassic World; Magic Mike XXL; The Martian; Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation; Pitch Perfect 2; Run All Night; San Andreas; Sicario; Spy; Tab Hunter Confidential; The Walk; The Wolfpack; Woman in Gold


2 thoughts on “365 Day Movie Challenge: 2015

  1. I love reading your choices! There are obviously thousands of options, and it’s intriguing to see what you found most appealing. Your goal to see this many films is impressive, as well. Although it only requires one a week, there had to be times even one was hard to fit in! I might think of taking up a similar challenge, but I might have to start with half that number! 🙂

    • Thanks for writing. It took a lot of good time management, often watching two movies a night to make up for all the other days when I was too busy. But to learn more about film history (and watch a lot of entertaining stuff in the process), it’s definitely worth it!

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