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2009 In Film For CoheedandCambia

By: Coheed 2.5

The following is my 2009 in film list, from the best films I’ve seen to the ones that made me want to bang my head into the wall. The list is based on UK cinema release dates and also includes straight-to-DVD works (providing they took less than two years or so to get released here). This list will be continually edited and added to as I rewatch films and get to the ones I haven’t seen but want to (that includes Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen to every Fish Tank).

So here is the list -

1. A Serious Man (Joel and Ethab Coen) – 5/5
2. Let The Right One In (Tomas Alfredson) – 5/5
3. The Wrestler (Darren Aronofsky) – 4.5/5
4. Tony Manero (Pablo Larraín) – 4.5/5
5. Love Exposure (Sono Sion) – 4.5/5
6. Soul Power (Jeffrey Levy-Hinte) – 4.5/5
7. The Cove (Louie Psihoyos) – 4.5/5
8. Anvil! The Story of Anvil (Sacha Gervasi) – 4.5/5
9. In The Loop (Armando Iannucci) – 4/5
10. Thirst (Park Chan-Wook) – 4/5
11. Synecdoche, New York (Charlie Kaufman) – 4/5
12. Two Lovers (James Gray) – 4/5
13. Up (Pete Docter & Bob Peterson) – 4/5
14. Broken Embraces (Pedro Almodovar) – 4/5
15. Vinyan (Fabrice Du Welz) – 3.5/5
16. Il Divo (Paolo Sorrentino) – 4/5
17. White Lightnin’ (Dominic Murphey) – 4/5
18. Henri-Georges Clouzot’s Inferno (Serge Bromberg and Ruxandra Medrea) – 4/5
19. Three Miles North of Molkom (Corinna Villari-McFarlane & Robert Cannan) – 4/5
20. The Class (Laurent Cantet) – 3.5/5
21. The Last Thakur (Sadik Ahmed) – 3.5/5
22. Antichrist (Lars Von Trier) – 3.5/5
23. Drag Me To Hell (Sam Raimi) – 3.5/5
24. Shifty (Eran Creevy) – 3.5/5
25. Three Monkeys (Nuri Bilge Ceylan) – 3.5/5
26. Not Quite Hollywood (Mark Hartley) – 3.5/5
27. Fish Tank (Andrea Arnold) – 3.5/5
28. Public Enemies (Michael Mann) – 3.5/5
29. Hansel and Gretal (Pil-Sung Yim) – 3.5/5
30. Inglorious Basterds (Quentin Tarantino) – 3.5/5
31. JCVD (Mabrouk El Mechri) – 3/5
32. Sleep Furiously (Gideon Koppel) – 3.5/5
33. A Christmas Tale (Amaud Depsleckin) – 3.5/5
34. Moon (Duncan Jones) – 3.5/5
35. Obscene (Neil Ortenberg and Daniel O’Conner) – 3/5
36. Gran Torino (Clint Wastwood) – 3.5/5
37. Big Man Japan (Hitoshi Matsumoto) – 3/5
38. Frost/Nixon (Ron Howard) – 3.5/5
39. Bronson (Nicolas Winding Refn) – 3/5
40. Mesrine: Killer Instinct/Mesrine: Public Enemy Number One (Jean-François Richet) – 3/5
41. Bunny & the Bull (Paul King) – 3/5
42. Vicky Christina Barcelona (Woody Allen) – 3/5
43. Trick ‘r Treat (Michael Dougherty) – 3/5
44. Slumdog Millionaire (Danny Boyle) – 3/5
45. Star Trek (J.J. Abrams) – 3/5
46. Time Crimes (Nacho Vigalondo) – 3/5
47. Martyrs (Pascal Laugier) – 3/5
48. Chandni Chowk to China (Nikhil Advani) – 2.5/5
49. Stuck (Stuart Gordon) – 2.5/5
50. The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (Terry Gilliam) – 2.5/5
51. Fermat’s Room (Luis Piedrahita & Rodrigo Sopeña) – 2.5/5
52. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (David Fincher) – 2/5
53. Film Noir (D. Jud Jones & Risto Topaloski) – 2/5
54. Parasomnia (William Malone) – 2/5
55. Terminator Salvation (McG) – 2/5
56. Manhunt aka. Rovdyr (Patrik Syversen) – 2/5
57. Helen (Joe Lawlor & Christine Molloy) – 2/5
58. Watchmen (Zack Snyder) – 2/5
59. Angels & Demons (Ron Howard) – 2/5
60. The Unborn (David S. Goyer) – 2/5
61. Bad Biology (Frank Henenlotter) – 1.5/5
62. Blood: The Last Vampire (Chris Nahon) – 1.5/5
63. Sukiyaki Western Django (Takashi Miike) – 1.5/5
64. Knowing (Alex Proyas) – 1.5/5
65. Surveillance (Jennifer Lynch) – 1/5
66. S. Darko aka. Donnie Darko 2 (Chris Fisher) – 1/5
67. Repo: The Genetic Opera (Darren Lynn Bousman) – 1/5
68. Tokyo Gore Police (Yoshihiro Nishimura) – 0.5/5

 

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