From 12 Angry Men To Zorba The Greek

Below you’ll find an alphabetical list of every film ever nominated for best picture by the Motion Picture Academy, along with links to reviews that have appeared here on the Shattered Lens.  Films that actually won the Oscar are listed in bold.

  1. 12 Angry Men — 12 Reasons To Love 12 Angry Men
  2. 12 Years A Slave
  3. 42nd Street — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: 42nd Street (dir by Lloyd Bacon and Busby Berkeley)
  4. 49th Parallel — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: 49th Parallel (dir by Michael Powell)
  5. 127 Hours — Film Review: 127 Hours (dir. by Danny Boyle)
  6. The Accidental Tourist — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: The Accidental Tourist (dir by Lawrence Kasdan)
  7. The Adventures of Robin Hood — Cleaning Out The DVR #23: The Adventures of Robin Hood (dir by Michael Curtiz)
  8. Airport — Film Reviews: The Airport Terminal Pack
  9. The Alamo — Lisa’s Thoughts On 10 Best Picture Nominees That She’s Recently Seen: The Alamo, Becket, Elmer Gantry, Gaslight, Gladiator, Kramer Vs. Kramer,Marty, Of Mice and Men, Out of Africa, and Wilson
  10. Alexander’s Ragtime Band
  11. Alfie — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Alfie (dir by Lewis Gilbert)
  12. Alibi
  13. Alice Adams
  14. All About Eve — Embracing the Melodrama #11: All About Eve (dir by Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
  15. All Quiet On The Western Front — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Winner: All Quiet On The Western Front (dir by Lewis Milestone)
  16. All That Jazz
  17. All The King’s Men — Embracing the Melodrama #10: All The King’s Men (dir by Robert Rossen)
  18. All The President’s Men — Two Post Presidents Day Reviews: Front/Nixon (dir. by Ron Howard) and All The President’s Men (dir. by Alan J. Pakula)
  19. All This, and Heaven Too — Cleaning Out The DVR, Again #37: All This, And Heaven Too (dir by Anatole Litvak)
  20. Amadeus
  21. America, America
  22. American Beauty — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #98: American Beauty (dir by Sam Mendes)
  23. American Graffiti — Back to School #13: American Graffiti (dir by George Lucas) and  Before the Force 2: George Lucas’ AMERICAN GRAFFITI (Universal 1973)
  24. American Hustle — Shattered Politics #93: American Hustle (dir by David O. Russell)
  25. An American In Paris — Cleaning Out The DVR #27: An American In Paris (dir by Vincente Minnelli)
  26. American Sniper — American Sniper Hits The Mark For Melodrama But Misses For Veracity
  27. Amour
  28. Anatomy of a Murder — Review: Anatomy of a Murder (dir. by Otto Preminger)
  29. Anchors Away — Turn That Frown Upside Down With ANCHORS AWEIGH (MGM 1945)
  30. Anne of The Thousand Days — Cleaing Out The DVR, Again #8: Anne of the Thousand Days (dir by Charles Jarrott)
  31. Annie Hall — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Annie Hall (dir by Woody Allen)
  32. Anthony Adverse — Cleaning Out The DVR: Anthony Adverse (dir by Mervyn LeRoy)
  33. The Apartment — Lisa Watches The Oscar Winners: The Apartment (dir by Billy Wilder)
  34. Apocalypse Now
  35. Apollo 13 — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Apollo 13 (dir by Ron Howard)
  36. ArgoFilm Review: Argo (dir. by Ben Affleck)
  37. Around The World In 80 Days — Cleaning Out The DVR #5: Around The World In 80 Days (dir by Michael Anderson)
  38. Arrival — Playing Catch-Up: Arrival (dir by Denis Villeneuve)
  39. Arrowsmith
  40. The ArtistA Quickie With Lisa Marie: The Artist (dir. by Michel Hazanavicus)
  41. As Good As It Gets
  42. Atlantic City — Lisa Reviews an Oscar Nominee: Atlantic City (dir by Louis Malle)
  43. Atonement — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #110: Atonement (dir by Joe Wright)
  44. Aunti Mame — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Auntie Mame (dir by Morton DaCosta)
  45. Avatar — Film Review: Avatar (dir. by James Cameron) & Ten Reasons Why I Hated Avatar
  46. The Aviator — Shattered Politics #74: The Aviator (dir by Martin Scorsese)
  47. Awakenings — In Memory of Robin Williams #3: Awakenings (dir by Penny Marshall)
  48. The Awful Truth — Cleaning Out The DVR #19: The Awful Truth (dir by Leo McCarey)
  49. Babe
  50. Babel
  51. Bad Girl — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Bad Girl (dir by Frank Borzage)
  52. The Barretts of Wimpole Street
  53. Barry Lyndon — Lisa Reviews an Oscar Nominee: Barry Lyndon (dir by Stanley Kubrick)
  54. Battleground — Lisa Marie Reviews The Oscar Nominees: Battleground (dir by William Wellman)
  55. Beasts of the Southern Wild — Beasts of the Southern Wild Review (dir. by Behn Zeitlin)
  56. A Beautiful Mind
  57. Beauty and the Beast
  58. Becket — Lisa’s Thoughts On 10 Best Picture Nominees That She’s Recently Seen: The Alamo, Becket, Elmer Gantry, Gaslight, Gladiator, Kramer Vs. Kramer,Marty, Of Mice and Men, Out of Africa, and Wilson
  59. The Bells of St. Mary’s
  60. Ben-Hur — Lisa Watches An Oscar Winner: Ben-Hur (dir by William Wyler)
  61. The Best Years Of Our Lives — Lisa Watches An Oscar Winner: The Best Years Of Our Lives (Dir by William Wyler)
  62. The Big Chill — Lisa Watches an Oscar Nominee: The Big Chill (dir by Lawrence Kasdan)
  63. The Big House — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #3: The Big House (dir by George Hill)
  64. The Big Short — Playing Catch-Up: The Big Short (dir by Alan Rickman)
  65. Birdman (or the unexpected virtue of innocence)Quick Review: Birdman (dir by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu)
  66. The Bishop’s Wife
  67. Black Swan — Review: Black Swan (dir. by Darren Aronofsky)
  68. The Blind Side
  69. Blossoms in the Dust — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Blossoms in the Dust (dir by Mervyn LeRoy)
  70. Bonnie and Clyde — Lisa Reviews an Oscar Nominee: Bonnie and Clyde (dir by Arthur Penn)
  71. Born On The Fourth of July
  72. Born Yesterday — Cleaning Out The DVR: Born Yesterday (dir by George Cukor)
  73. Bound For Glory — Lisa Watches An Oscar Nominee: Bound for Glory (dir by Hal Asbhy)
  74. Boyhood — Wasted Youth: Richard Linklater’s Boyhood and Back to School #78: Boyhood (dir by Richard Linklater)
  75. Boys Town — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Boys Town (dir by Norman Taurog)
  76. Braveheart
  77. Breaking Away — Back to School Part II #12: Breaking Away (dir by Peter Yates)
  78. Bridge of Spies — Film Review: Bridge of Spies (dir by Steven Spielberg)
  79. The Bridge on The River Kwai — Cleaning Out The DVR #2: The Bridge on the River Kwai (dir by David Lean)
  80. Broadcast News — Cleaning Out The DVR #29: Broadcast News (dir by James L. Brooks)
  81. The Broadway Melody — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Winner: The Broadway Meloday (dir by Harry Beaumont)
  82. Broadway Melody of 1936 — Lisa Watches An Oscar Nominee: Broadway Melody of 1936 (dir by Roy Del Ruth)
  83. Brokeback Mountain
  84. Brooklyn — Film Review: Brooklyn (dir by John Crowley)
  85. Bugsy — Embracing the Melodrama #40: Bugsy (dir by Barry Levinson)
  86. Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid — Lisa Watches An Oscar Nominee: Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid (dir by George Roy Hill)
  87. Cabaret — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Cabaret (dir by Bob Fosse)
  88. The Caine Mutiny — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: The Caine Mutiny (dir by Edward Dmytryk)
  89. Call Me By Your Name
  90. Capote — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Capote (dir by Bennett Miller)
  91. Captain Blood — In Like Flynn: Captain Blood (Warner Brother, 1935)
  92. Captain Phillips — Lisa Reviews an Oscar Nominee: Captain Phillips (dir by Paul Greengrass)
  93. Captains Courageous — Cleaning Out The DVR #1: Captains Courageous (dir by Victor Fleming)
  94. Casablanca — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #15: Casablanca (dir by Michael Curtiz) & Top Ten Reasons Why CASABLANCA is the great film ever made!
  95. Cat On A Hot Tin Roof
  96. Cavalcade — Cleaning Out The DVR, Again #11: Cavalcade (dir by Frank Lloyd)
  97. The Champ — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: The Champ (dir by King Vidor)
  98. Chang — Cleaning Out The DVR, Again #25: Chang (dir by Merian C. Cooper and Ernest Shoedsack)
  99. Chariots of Fire — Lisa Watches An Oscar Winner: Chariots of Fire (dir by Hugh Hudson)
  100. Chicago — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #102: Chicago (dir by Rob Marshall)
  101. Children of a Lesser God — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #76: Children of a Lesser God (dir by Randa Haines)
  102. Chinatown — 44 Days of Paranoia: Chinatown (dir by Roman Polanski)
  103. Chocolat
  104. The Cider House Rules
  105. Cimarron — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Winner: Cimarron (dir by Wesley Ruggles)
  106. The Citadel
  107. Citizen Kane — Happy 71st Birthday, Citizen Kane!
  108. Cleopatra (1934) — Pre-Code Confidential #10: Cecil B. DeMille’s Cleopatra (Paramount, 1934)
  109. Cleopatra (1963) — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #26: Cleopatra (dir by Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
  110. A Clockwork Orange — Back to School Part II #5: A Clockwork Orange (dir by Stanley Kubrick)
  111. Coal Miner’s Daughter
  112. The Color Purple
  113. Coming Home
  114. The Conversation — A Quickie With Lisa Marie: The Conversation (dir. by Francis Ford Coppola)
  115. The Country Girl
  116. Crash — Embracing the Melodrama #53: Crash (dir by Paul Haggis)
  117. Cries and Whispers — Cleaning Out The DVR #24: Cries and Whispers (dir by Ingmar Bergman)
  118. Crossfire — A Quickie With Lisa Marie: Crossfire (dir. by Edward Dmytryk)
  119. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
  120. The Crowd
  121. The Crying Game
  122. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #112: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (dir by David Fincher)
  123. Dallas Buyers Club
  124. Dances With Wolves
  125. Dangerous Liaisons — Embracing the Melodrama #37: Dangerous Liaisons (dir by Stephen Frears)
  126. Dark Victory — Embracing the Melodrama #8: Dark Victory (dir by Edmund Goulding)
  127. Darkest Hour
  128. Darling — Embracing the Melodrama #21: Darling (dir by John Schlesinger)
  129. David Copperfield
  130. Dead End — Film Review: Dead End (Dir. by William Wyler)
  131. Dead Poets Society — In Memory of Robin Williams #1: Dead Poets Society (dir by Peter Weir)
  132. Decision Before Dawn — Cleaning Out the DVR, Again #14: Decision Before Dawn (dir by Anatole Litvak)
  133. The Deer Hunter
  134. The Defiant Ones — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #23: The Defiant Ones (dir by Stanley Kramer)
  135. Deliverance
  136. The Departed — 44 Days of Paranoia #28: The Departed (dir by Martin Scorsese)
  137. The Descendants — A Dangerous Quickie With Lisa Marie: The Descendants (dir. by Alexander Payne)
  138. The Diary of Anne Frank
  139. Disraeli — Lisa Reviews The Oscar Winners: Disraeli (dir. by Alfred E. Green)
  140. District 9 — Review: District 9 (directed by Neill Blomkamp)
  141. The Divorcee — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: The Divorcee (dir by Robert Z. Leonard)
  142. Django Unchained
  143. Doctor Dolittle
  144. Doctor Zhivago
  145. Dodsworth — Lisa Reviews an Oscar Nominee: Dodsworth (dir by William Wyler)
  146. Dog Day Afternoon — Film Review: Dog Day Afternoon (Dir. by Sidney Lumet)
  147. Double Indemnity — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #16: Double Indemnity (dir by Billy Wilder)
  148. Dr. Strangelove: Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb — Shattered Politics #22: Dr. Strangelove: Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love The Bomb (dir by Stanley Kubrick)
  149. The Dresser — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: The Dresser (dir by Peter Yates)
  150. Driving Miss Daisy
  151. Dunkirk
  152. E.T. — The Extra Terrestrial
  153. East Lynne
  154. An Education — Back to School #71: An Education (dir by Lone Scherfig)
  155. The Elephant Man
  156. Elizabeth — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #97: Elizabeth (dir by Shekhar Kapur)
  157. Elmer Gantry — Lisa’s Thoughts On 10 Best Picture Nominees That She’s Recently Seen: The Alamo, Becket, Elmer Gantry, Gaslight, Gladiator, Kramer Vs. Kramer,Marty, Of Mice and Men, Out of Africa, and Wilson
  158. The Emigrants — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: The Emigrants (dir by Jan Troell)
  159. The English Patient
  160. Erin Brockovich
  161. The Exorcist — Horror Film Review: The Exorcist (dir. by William Friedkin)
  162. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close — A Very Late Film Review: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (dir. by Stephen Daldry)
  163. Fanny
  164. A Farewell To Arms — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: A Farewell To Arms (Dir  by Frank Borzage)
  165. Fargo
  166. Fatal Attraction — Embracing the Melodrama #36: Fatal Attraction (dir by Adrian Lyne)
  167. Father of the Bride — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Father of the Bride (dir by Vincente Minnelli)
  168. Fences — Playing Catch-Up: Fences (dir by Denzel Washington)
  169. A Few Good Men — Lisa Watches An Oscar Nominee: A Few Good Men (dir by Rob Reiner) 
  170. Fiddler on the Roof
  171. Field of Dreams — Quickie Review: Field of Dreams (dir. by Phil Alden Robinson)
  172. The Fighter — Film Review: The Fighter (dir. by David O. Russell)
  173. Finding Neverland
  174. Five Easy Pieces — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Five Easy Pieces (dir by Bob Rafelson)
  175. Five Star Final — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Five Star Final (dir by Mervyn LeRoy)
  176. Flirtation Walk
  177. For Whom The Bell Tolls — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: For Whom The Bell Tolls (dir by Sam Wood)
  178. Foreign Correspondent — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Foreign Correspondent (dir by Alfred Hitchcock)
  179. Forrest Gump
  180. Four Daughters — Cleaning Out the DVR #4: Four Daughters (dir by Michael Curtiz)
  181. Four Weddings and a Funeral — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Four Weddings and a Funeral (dir by Mike Newell)
  182. The French Connection — Lisa Watches An Oscar Winner: The French Connection (dir by William Friedkin) and Rough Justice: The French Connection (1971, 20th Century Fox)
  183. Friendly Persuasion
  184. From Here To Eternity
  185. The Front Page — Lisa Marie Looks At The Front Page (dir. by Lewis Milestone)
  186. Frost/Nixon — Two Post Presidents Day Reviews: Frost/Nixon (dir by Ron Howard) and All The President’s Men (dir. by Alan J. Pakula)
  187. The Fugitive — 44 Days of Paranoia #36: The Fugitive (dir by Andrew Davis)
  188. The Full Monty
  189. Funny Girl
  190. Gandhi — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Winner: Gandhi (dir by Richard Attenborough)
  191. Gangs of New York — Shattered Politics #71: Gangs of New York (dir by Martin Scorsese)
  192. Gaslight — Lisa’s Thoughts On 10 Best Picture Nominees That She’s Recently Seen: The Alamo, Becket, Elmer Gantry, Gaslight, Gladiator, Kramer Vs. Kramer,Marty, Of Mice and Men, Out of Africa, and Wilson
  193. The Gay Divorcee — Cleaning Out The DVR, Again #31: The Gay Divorcee (dir by Mark Sandrich)
  194. Gentleman’s Agreement
  195. Get Out
  196. Ghost — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #85: Ghost (dir by Jerry Zucker)
  197. Giant — Embracing the Melodrama #12: Giant (dir by George Stevens)
  198. Gigi
  199. Gladiator — Lisa’s Thoughts On 10 Best Picture Nominees That She’s Recently Seen: The Alamo, Becket, Elmer Gantry, Gaslight, Gladiator, Kramer Vs. Kramer,Marty, Of Mice and Men, Out of Africa, and Wilson
  200. The Godfather — Shattered Politics #31: The Godfather (dir by Francis Ford Coppola)
  201. The Godfather, Part II — Shattered Politics #36: The Godfather, Part II (dir by Francis Ford Coppola)
  202. The Godfather, Part III — Shattered Politics #53: The Godfather, Part III (dir by Francis Ford Coppola)
  203. Going My Way — Cleaning Out The DVR #11: Going My Way (dir by Leo McCarey)
  204. Gone With The Wind
  205. The Good Earth — Cleaning Out The DVR #22: The Good Earth (dir by Sidney Franklin)
  206. Good Night and Good Luck — Shattered Politics #76: Good Night, and Good Luck (dir by George Clooney)
  207. Good Will Hunting — In Memory of Robin Williams #4: Good Will Hunting (dir by Gus Van Sant)
  208. The Goodbye Girl — Lisa Watches An Oscar Nominee: The Goodbye Girl (dir by Herbert Ross)
  209. Goodbye, Mr. Chips — Cleaning Out The DVR: Goodbye, Mr. Chips (dir by Sam Wood)
  210. Goodfellas
  211. Gosford Park
  212. The Graduate
  213. The Grand Budapest Hotel — A Few Very Late Thoughts On The Grand Budapest Hotel
  214. Grand Hotel — Embracing the Melodrama #6: Grand Hotel (dir by Edmund Goulding)
  215. Grand Illusion — Lisa Reviews an Oscar Nominee: Grand Illusion (dir by Jean Renoir)
  216. The Grapes of Wrath — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: The Grapes of Wrath (dir by John Ford)
  217. Gravity
  218. The Great Dictator — Lisa Considers The Great Dictator (dir. by Charles Chaplin)
  219. Great Expectations
  220. The Great Ziegfeld — Cleaning Out The DVR #30: The Great Ziegfeld (dir by Robert Z. Leonard)
  221. The Greatest Show on Earth
  222. The Green Mile
  223. Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner — Film Review: Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner (dir. by Stanley Kramer)
  224. The Guns of Navarone
  225. Hacksaw Ridge — Film Review: Hacksaw Ridge (dir by Mel Gibson)
  226. Hamlet — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Winner: Hamlet (dir by Laurence Olivier)
  227. Hannah and Her Sisters
  228. Heaven Can Wait (1943) — Cleaning Out The DVR #33: Heaven Can Wait (dir by Ernst Lubitsch)
  229. Heaven Can Wair (1978)
  230. The Heiress — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: The Heiress (dir by William Wyler)
  231. Hell or High Water — Film Review: Hell or High Water (dir by David MacKenzie)
  232. Hello, Dolly!
  233. The Help — What Lisa Marie Watched Last Night: The Help (dir. by Tate Taylor)
  234. Henry V
  235. Her — Quick Review: Her (dir by Spike Jonze) and Review: Her (dir by Spike Jonze) and A Dissenting View On Her
  236. Here Comes Mr. Jordan
  237. Here Comes The Navy — A Movie A Day #57: Here Comes The Navy (1934, directed by Lloyd Bacon)
  238. Hidden Figures
  239. High Noon — Lisa Cleans Out Her DVR: High Noon (dir by Fred Zinnemann)
  240. Hold Back the Dawn — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Hold Back The Dawn (dir by Mitchell Leisen)
  241. The Hollywood Revue of 1929 — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee and It’s Damn Important: The Hollywood Revue of 1929 (dir by Charles Reisner)
  242. Hope and Glory
  243. The Hours
  244. The House of Rothschild
  245. How Green Was My Valley — Cleaning Out the DVR #18: How Green Was My Valley (dir by John Ford)
  246. How The West Was Won — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: How The West Was Won (dir by Henry Hathaway, George Marshall, John Ford, and Richard Thorpe)
  247. Howards End
  248. Hugo — Hugo Review
  249. The Human Comedy — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: The Human Comedy (dir by Clarence Brown)
  250. The Hurt Locker
  251. The Hustler — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: The Hustler (dir by Robert Rossen)
  252. I Am A Fugitive From Chain Gang — 6 Reasons To Watch I Am A Fugitive From Chain Gang
  253. The Imitation Game
  254. Imitation of Life — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Imitation of Life (dir by John Stahl)
  255. In Old Arizona — Lisa Marie Reviews An Oscar Nominee: In Old Arizona (dir by Irving Cumming and Raoul Walsh)
  256. In Old Chicago
  257. In The Bedroom — Embracing the Melodrama #50: In the Bedroom (dir by Todd Field)
  258. In The Heat Of The Night
  259. In The Name Of The Father
  260. In Which We Serve
  261. Inception — Review: Inception (dir. by Christopher Nolan) & Inception: A Grant Morrison Level Mind Frack
  262. The Informer — 44 Days of Paranoia #24: The Informer (dir by John Ford)
  263. Inglorious Basterds
  264. The Insider
  265. It Happened One Night — Cleaning Out The DVR #38: It Happened One Night (dir by Frank Capra)
  266. It’s A Wonderful Life
  267. Ivanhoe
  268. Jaws — Lisa Reviews An Oscar-Nominated Horror Film: Jaws (dir by Steven Speilberg)
  269. Jerry Maguire
  270. Jezebel — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #12: Jezebel (dir by William Wyler)
  271. JFK — 44 Days of Paranoia #6: JFK (dir by Oliver Stone)
  272. Johnny Belinda — Cleaning Out The DVR #16: Johnny Belinda (dir by Jean Negulesco)
  273. Judgment at Nuremberg — Film Review: Judgment at Nuremberg (dir. by Stanley Kramer)
  274. Julia
  275. Julius Caesar — Lisa Marie Does Julius Caesar (dir. by Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
  276. Juno — Back to School #68: Juno (dir by Jason Reitman)
  277. The Kids Are All Right — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #118: The Kids Are All Right (dir by Lisa Cholodenk0)
  278. The Killing Fields
  279. The King and I
  280. King Solomon’s Mines — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: King Solomon’s Mines (dir by Compton Bennett and Andrew Marton)
  281. The King’s Speech A Quickie With Lisa Marie: The King’s Speech (dir. by Tom Hooper)
  282. Kings Row — Embracing the Melodrama #9: Kings Row (Dir by Sam Wood)
  283. Kiss of the Spiderwoman
  284. Kitty Foyle — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Kitty Foyle (dir by Sam Wood)
  285. Kramer Vs. Kramer — Lisa’s Thoughts On 10 Best Picture Nominees That She’s Recently Seen: The Alamo, Becket, Elmer Gantry, Gaslight, Gladiator, Kramer Vs. Kramer,Marty, Of Mice and Men, Out of Africa, and Wilson
  286. L. A. Confidential
  287. La La Land — Quick Review: La La Land (dir by Damien Chazelle)
  288. Lady Bird
  289. Lady For A Day
  290. The Last Emperor
  291. The Last Picture Show — Back to School #11: The Last Picture Show (dir by Peter Bogdanovich)
  292. Lawrence of Arabia
  293. Lenny
  294. Les Miserables (1935) Film Review: Les Miserables (dir. by Richard Boleslawski)
  295. Les Miserables (2012) — Film Review: Les Miserables (dir. by Tom Hooper)
  296. The Letter — Cleaning Out The DVR #14: The Letter (dir by William Wyler)
  297. Letter From Iwo Jima
  298. A Letter To Three Wives — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #18: A Letter To Three Wives (dir by Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
  299. Libeled Lady — Cleaning Out The DVR #31: Libeled Lady (dir by Jack Conway)
  300. Life Is Beautiful
  301. The Life of Emile Zola
  302. Life of Pi
  303. Lilies of the Field
  304. Lincoln — Film Review: Lincoln (dir. b Steven Spielberg)
  305. Lion
  306. The Lion In Winter — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: The Lion In Winter (dir by Anthony Harvey)
  307. The Little Foxes — Lisa Watches An Oscar Nominee: The Little Foxes (dir by William Wyler)
  308. Little Miss Sunshine
  309. Little Women — Cleaning Out The DVR #26: Little Women (dir by George Cukor)
  310. The Lives of a Bengal Lancer
  311. The Long Voyage Home — Sail Away: John Wayne in The Long Voyage Home (United Artists, 1940)
  312. The Longest Day — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: The Longest Day (dir by Ken Annakin, Andrew Marton, Bernhard Wicki, Gerd Oswald, and Darryl F. Zanuck)
  313. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
  314. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
  315. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
  316. Lost Horizon — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Lost Horizon (dir by Frank Capra)
  317. Lost in Translation
  318. The Lost Weekend — Lisa Watches An Oscar Winner: The Lost Weekend (dir by Billy Wilder)
  319. Love Affair — Lisa Watches An Oscar Nominee: Love Affair (dir by Leo McCarey)
  320. Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing (dir by Henry King)
  321. The Love Parade — Lisa Watches An Oscar Nominee: The Love Parade (dir by Ernst Lubitsch)
  322. Love Story — Lisa Marie Laughs And Cries Over Love Story (dir. by Arthur Hiller)
  323. M*A*S*H*
  324. Mad Max: Fury Road — Quick Review: Mad Max: Fury Road (dir by George Miller)
  325. Madame Curie — Lisa Cleans Out Her DVR: Madame Curie (dir by Mervyn LeRoy)
  326. The Magnificent Ambersons
  327. The Maltese Falcon — Cleaning Out The DVR #25: The Maltese Falcon (dir by John Huston)
  328. A Man For All Seasons
  329. Machester By The Sea — Playing Catch-Up: Manchester By The Sea (dir by Kenneth Lonergan)
  330. The Martian — A Few Thoughts On The Martian
  331. Marty — Lisa’s Thoughts On 10 Best Picture Nominees That She’s Recently Seen: The Alamo, Becket, Elmer Gantry, Gaslight, Gladiator, Kramer Vs. Kramer,Marty, Of Mice and Men, Out of Africa, and Wilson
  332. Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World — A Quickie Review: Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (dir. by Peter Weir)
  333. Michael Clayton — Lisa Marie Bowman Does Michael Clayton (dir. by Tony Gilroy)
  334. Midnight Cowboy — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Winner: Midnight Cowboy (dir by John Schlesinger)
  335. Midnignt Express
  336. Midnight In Paris — Film Review: Midnight in Paris (dir. by Woody Allen)
  337. A Midsummer Night’s Dream
  338. Mildred Pierce — Lisa Marie Goes Down On Mildred Piece (dir. by Michael Curtiz)
  339. Milk — Shattered Politics #83: Milk (dir by Gus Van Sant)
  340. Million Dollar Baby — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #105: Million Dollar Baby (dir by Clint Eastwood)
  341. Miracle on 34th Street
  342. Missing — Cannes Film Review: Missing (dir by Costa-Gavras)
  343. The Mission — Cannes Film Review: The Mission (dir by Roland Joffe)
  344. Mississippi Burning
  345. Mister Roberts — Navy Blue and Gold: Mister Roberts (Warner Brothers, 1955)
  346. Moneyball — Lisa Marie Compromises: Moneyball (dir. by Bennett Miller) and Warrior (dir. by Gavin O’Connor)
  347. Moonlight — Film Review: Moonlight (dir by Barry Jenkins) and Dazzling “Moonlight”
  348. Moonstruck
  349. The More The Merrier — Cleaning Out The DVR #7: The More The Merrier (dir by George Stevens)
  350. Moulin Rogue (1952)
  351. Moulin Rouge! (2001)
  352. Mr. Deeds Goes To Town
  353. Mr. Smith Goes To Washington — Shattered Politics #4: Mr. Smith Goes To Washington (dir by Frank Capra)
  354. Mrs. Miniver — Lisa Watches An Oscar Winner: Mrs. Miniver (dir by William Wyler)
  355. Munich
  356. The Music Man
  357. Mutiny on the Bounty (1935) — Lisa Marie Reviews The Oscar Winners: Mutiny on the Bounty (dir. by Frank Lloyd)
  358. Mutiny On The Bounty (1962) — Lisa Marie Reviews The Oscar Nominees: Mutiny on the Bounty (dir by Lewis Milestone)
  359. My Fair Lady
  360. My Left Foot
  361. Mystic River — Embracing the Melodrama #51: Mystic River (dir by Clint Eastwood)
  362. Nashville — Shattered Politics #38: Nashville (dir by Robert Altman)
  363. Naughty Marietta — Cleaning Out The DVR, Again #12: Naughty Marietta (dir by W.S. Van Dyke)
  364. Nebraska
  365. Network — Film Review: Network (dir. by Sidney Lumet)
  366. Nicholas and Alexandra — Lisa Reviews The Oscar Nominees: Nicholas and Alexandra (directed by Franklin J. Schaffner)
  367. Ninotchka — Cleaning Out The DVR #32: Ninotchka (dir by Ernst Lubitsch)
  368. No Country For Old Men — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #107: No Country For Old Men (dir by Joel and Ethan Coen)
  369. Norma Rae — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee for Labor Day: Norma Rae (dir by Martin Ritt)
  370. The Nun’s Story — Lisa Watches An Oscar Nominee: The Nun’s Story (dir by Fred Zinnemann)
  371. Of Mice and Men — Lisa’s Thoughts On 10 Best Picture Nominees That She’s Recently Seen: The Alamo, Becket, Elmer Gantry, Gaslight, Gladiator, Kramer Vs. Kramer,Marty, Of Mice and Men, Out of Africa, and Wilson
  372. Oliver!
  373. On Golden Pond — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: On Golden Pond (dir by Mark Rydell)
  374. On The Waterfront — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Winner for Labor Day: On The Waterfront (dir by Elia Kazan)
  375. One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest
  376. One Foot In Heaven
  377. One Hour With You
  378. One Hundred Men and a Girl
  379. One Night of Love
  380. Ordinary People — Embracing the Melodrama #32: Ordinary People (dir by Robert Redford)
  381. Our Town — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Our Town (dir by Sam Wood)
  382. Out of Africa — Lisa’s Thoughts On 10 Best Picture Nominees That She’s Recently Seen: The Alamo, Becket, Elmer Gantry, Gaslight, Gladiator, Kramer Vs. Kramer,Marty, Of Mice and Men, Out of Africa, and Wilson
  383. The Ox-Bow Incident — A Quickie With Lisa Marie: The Ox-Bow Incident (dir. by William A. Wellman)
  384. A Passage To India
  385. The Patriot —  The Lost Best Picture Nominee: The Patriot (dir. by Ernst Lubitsch)
  386. Patton
  387. Peyton Place — Embracing the Melodrama #13: Peyton Place (dir by Mark Robson)
  388. Phantom Thread
  389. The Philadelphia Story — Lisa Reviews The Oscar Nominees: The Philadelphia Story (dir by George Cukor)
  390. Philomena
  391. The Pianist
  392. The Piano — Embracing the Melodrama #43: The Piano (dir by Jane Campion)
  393. Picnic — Cleaning Out The DVR: Picnic (dir by Joshua Logan)
  394. The Pied Piper
  395. A Place in the Sun — Lisa Marie Finds A Place in the Sun (Dir. by George Stevens)
  396. Places In The Heart
  397. Platoon
  398. The Post
  399. Il Postino
  400. Precious
  401. The Pride of Yankees — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: The Pride of the Yankees (dir by Sam Wood)
  402. The Prince of Tides
  403. The Private Life of Henry VIII — Film Review: The Private Life of Henry VIII (dir. by Alexander Korda)
  404. Prizzi’s Honor
  405. Pulp Fiction
  406. Pygmalion
  407. The Queen — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #106: The Queen (dir by Stephen Frears)
  408. The Quiet Man — Irish Eyes Are Smiling: The Quiet Man (1952, Republic Pictures)
  409. Quiz Show — 44 Days of Paranoia #13: Quiz Show (dir by Robert Redford)
  410. Quo Vadis?
  411. Rachel, Rachel — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #31: Rachel, Rachel (dir by Paul Newman)
  412. The Racket — Film Review: The Racket (dir. by Lewis Milestone)
  413. Raging Bull
  414. Raiders of The Lost Ark
  415. Rain Man
  416. Random Harvest — Cleaning Out The DVR #15: Random Harvest (dir by Mervyn LeRoy)
  417. Ray
  418. The Razor’s Edge — Lisa Reviews an Oscar Nominee: The Razor’s Edge (dir by Edmund Goulding)
  419. The Reader
  420. Rebecca — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #13: Rebecca (dir by Alfred Hitchcock)  and Gothic Art: Alfred Hitchock’s Rebecca (United Artists, 1940)
  421. The Red Shoes
  422. Reds
  423. The Remains of the Day — Shattered Politics #55: The Remains of the Day (dir by James Ivory)
  424. The Revenant — Playing Catch-Up With The Films of 2015: The Revenant (dir by Alejandro G Inarritu)
  425. The Right Stuff
  426. The Robe — A Quickie With Lisa Marie: The Robe (dir. by Henry Koster)
  427. Rocky — What Lisa Watched Last Night: Rocky (dir. by John G. Avildsen) and The Measure of a Man: The Life and Career of Rocky Balboa
  428. Roman Holiday — Lisa Watches An Oscar Nominee: Roman Holiday (dir by William Wyler)
  429. Romeo and Juliet (1936)
  430. Romeo and Juliet (1968)
  431. Room — Playing Catch-Up: Room (dir by Lenny Abrahamson)
  432. Room At The Top
  433. A Room With A View — Cleaning Out The DVR #37: A Room With A View (dir by James Ivory)
  434. The Rose Tattoo
  435. Ruggles of Red Gap — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Ruggles of Red Gap (dir by Leo McCarey)
  436. The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: The Russians are Coming, The Russians Are Coming (dir by Norman Jewison)
  437. San Francisco — Lisa Watches An Oscar Nominee: San Francisco (dir by W.S. Van Dyke)
  438. The Sand Pebbles — Lisa Watches An Oscar Nominee: The Sand Pebbles (dir by Robert Wise)
  439. Saving Private Ryan
  440. Sayonora
  441. Scent of a Woman — Back to School #48: Scent of a Woman (dir by Martin Brest)
  442. Schindler’s List
  443. Seabiscuit
  444. Secrets & Lies
  445. Selma
  446. Sense and Sensibility — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Sense and Sensibility (dir by Ang Lee)
  447. Separate Tables — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Separate Tables (dir by Delbert Mann)
  448. Sergeant York — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Sergeant York (dir by Howard Hawks)
  449. A Serious Man
  450. Seven Brides For Seven Brothers
  451. Seventh Heaven
  452. Shakespeare in Love
  453. Shane — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Shane (dir by George Stevens)
  454. Shanghai Express — Lisa Reviews an Oscar Nominee: Shanghai Express (dir by Josef von Sternberg)
  455. Shape of Water
  456. The Shawshank Redemption — Film Review: The Shawshank Redemption (dir. by Frank Darabont)
  457. She Done Him Wrong — Lisa Reviews an Oscar Nominee: She Done Him Wrong (dir by Lowell Sherman)
  458. Shine
  459. Ship of Fools — Embracing the Melodrama #20: Ship of Fools (dir by Stanley Kramer)
  460. Sideways
  461. The Silence of the Lambs
  462. Silver Linings Playbook — Quick Review: Silver Linings Playbook (dir by David O. Russell)
  463. Since You Went Away
  464. The Sixth Sense — Lisa Reviews An Oscar-Nominated Horror Film: The Sixth Sense (dir by M. Night Shyamalan)
  465. Skippy — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Skippy (dir by Norman Taurog)
  466. Slumdog Millionaire — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #111: Slumdog Millionaire (dir by Danny Boyle)
  467. Smilin’ Through
  468. The Smiling Lieutenant — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: The Smiling Lieutenant (dir by Ernst Lubitsch)
  469. The Snake Pit
  470. The Social Network — A Quickie WIth Lisa Marie: The Social Network (dir. by David Fincher)
  471. A Soldier’s Story
  472. The Song of Bernadette
  473. Sons and Lovers
  474. The Sound of Music
  475. Sounder
  476. Spellbound
  477. SpotlightPlaying Catch-Up: Spotlight (dir by Tom McCarthy) & Late To The Party: “Spotligjht”
  478. Stage Door — Cleaning Out The DVR #35: Stage Door (dir by Gregory La Cava)
  479. Stagecoach — A Star Is Born In Monument Valley: John Wayne in John Ford’s Stagecoach (United Artists, 1939)
  480. A Star Is Born — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #9: A Star is Born (dir by William Wellman)
  481. Star Wars — Sci-Fi Film Review: Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (dir by George Lucas) & The Roots of STAR WARS (20th Century Fox 1977)
  482. State Fair
  483. The Sting — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Winner: The Sting (dir by George Roy Hill)
  484. The Story of Louis Pasteur — Cleaning Out The DVR #34: The Story of Louis Pasteur
  485. A Streetcar Named Desire
  486. The Sundowners — The Land Down Under: The Sundowners (1960, Warner Bros)
  487. Sunrise — Embracing the Melodrama Part II: Sunrise (dir by F.W. Murnau)
  488. Sunset Boulevard — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #19: Sunsent Boulevard (Dir by Billy Wilder)
  489. Suspicion — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #14: Suspicion (dir by Alfred Hitchcock)
  490. A Tale of Two Cities
  491. The Talk of the Town — Cleaning Out The DVR, Again #4: The Talk of the Town (dir by George Stevens)
  492. Taxi Driver — Shattered Politics #39: Taxi Driver (dir by Martin Scorsese)
  493. The Ten Commandments
  494. Tender Mercies
  495. Terms of Endearment — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #72: Terms of Endearment (dir by James L. Brooks)
  496. Tess
  497. Test Pilot — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Test Pilot (dir by Victor Fleming)
  498. The Theory of Everything — Film Review: The Theory of Everything (dir by James Marsh)
  499. There Will Be Blood — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #109: There Will Be Blood (dir by Paul Thomas Anderson)
  500. The Thin Man — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: The Thin Man (dir by W.S. Van Dyke)
  501. The Thin Red Line
  502. A Thousand Clowns — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: A Thousand Clowns (dir by Fred Coe)
  503. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
  504. Three Coins In The Fountain
  505. Three Smart Girls
  506. Titanic — Titanic in Retrospect
  507. To Kill A Mockingbird — Shattered Politics #19: To Kill A Mockingbird (dir by Robert Mulligan)
  508. Tom Jones — Cleaning Out The DVR #20: Tom Jones (dir by Tony Richardson)
  509. Tootsie
  510. Top Hat — Cleaning Out The DVR #28: Top Hat (dir by Mark Sandrich)
  511. A Touch of Class
  512. The Towering Inferno– Embracing the Melodrama #28: The Towering Inferno (dir by John Guillermin)
  513. Toy Story 3
  514. Trader Horn — What Lisa Marie Watched Last Night: Trader Horn (dir. by W.S. Van Dyke)
  515. Traffic — Shattered Politics #69: Traffic (dir by Steven Soderbergh)
  516. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
  517. The Tree of Life — Review: The Tree of Life
  518. True Grit — A Quickie With Lisa Marie: True Grit (dir. by Joel and Ethan Coen)
  519. The Turning Point — Cleaning Out The DVR Again, #28: The Turning Point (dir by Herbert Ross)
  520. Twelve O’Clock High
  521. Unforgiven
  522. An Unmarried Woman — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #58: An Unmarried Woman (dir by Paul Mazursky)
  523. Up
  524. Up In The Air
  525. The Verdict — Lisa Watches An Oscar Nominee: The Verdict (dir by Sidney Lumet)
  526. Viva Villa!
  527. Wake Island
  528. War Horse
  529. Watch on the Rhine — Cleaning Out The DVR #6: Watch On The Rhine (dir by Herman Shumlin)
  530. West Side Story — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #25: West Side Story (dir by Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins)
  531. Whiplash — Film Review: Whiplash (dir by Damien Chazelle)
  532. The White Parade
  533. Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
  534. Wilson — Lisa’s Thoughts On 10 Best Picture Nominees That She’s Recently Seen: The Alamo, Becket, Elmer Gantry, Gaslight, Gladiator, Kramer Vs. Kramer,Marty, Of Mice and Men, Out of Africa, and Wilson
  535. Wings — Embracing the Melodrama Part II: Wings (dir by William Wellman)
  536. Winter’s Bone — Embracing the Melodrama #57: Winter’s Bone (dir by Debra Granik)
  537. Witness — Embracing the Melodrama Part II #75: Witness (dir by Peter Weir)
  538. Witness for The Prosecution — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Witness For The Prosecution (dir by Billy Wilder)
  539. The Wizard Of Oz
  540. The Wolf of Wall Street
  541. Working Girl — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Working Girl (dir by Mike Nichols)
  542. Wuthering Heights — Cleaning Out The DVR #21: Wuthering Heights (dir by William Wyler)
  543. Yankee Doodle Dandy — Cleaning Out The DVR: Yankee Doodle Dandy (dir by Michael Curtiz)
  544. The Yearling — Cleaning Out The DVR #10: The Yearling (dir by Clarence Brown)
  545. You Can’t Take It With You — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Winner: You Can’t Take It With You (dir by Frank Capra)
  546. Z — 44 Days of Paranoia #38: Z (dir by Costa-Gavras)
  547. Zero Dark Thirty —Zero Dark Thirty Review (dir by Kathryn Bigelow)Quick Review: Zero Dark Thirty (directed by Kathryn Bigelow)
  548. Zorba The Greek — Lisa Reviews An Oscar Nominee: Zorba The Greek (dir by Michael Cocoyannis)

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