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Films I Saw in 2020

For the past four years, I have shared with you a list of all the films I saw throughout 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019, so I thought I would continue the «tradition» and do it again in 2020. This list includes both classic and «modern» films, which make up a total of 161 titles. About three or four of these were re-watches, but I decided to include them anyway. Let me know how many from these you have seen. As always, films marked with a heart () are my favorites.

  • Sherlock Jr. (1924) | Starring Buster Keaton, Kathryn McGuire and Joe Keaton
  • The Crowd (1928) | Starring James Murray, Eleanor Boardman and Bert Roach
  • Young Mr. Lincoln (1939) | Starring Henry Fonda, Alice Brady and Marjorie Weaver
  • Brief Encounter (1945) | Starring Celia Johnson, Trevor Howard and Stanley Holloway
  • The Bells of St. Mary's (1945) | Starring Bing Crosby and Ingrid Bergman
  • The Girl He Left Behind (1956) | Starring Tab Hunter and Natalie Wood
  • Gidget (1959) | Starring Sandra Dee, Cliff Robertson and James Darren
  • The Facts of Life (1960) | Starring Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, Ruth Hussey and DonDefore
  • A New Kind of Love (1963) | Starring Joanne Woodward, Paul Newman and Thelma Ritter
  • Battle of the Bulge (1965) | Starring Henry Fonda, Robert Shaw and Robert Ryan
  • Five Easy Pieces (1970) | Starring Jack Nicholson, Karen Black and Susan Anspach
  • A Touch of Class (1973) | Starring George Segal and Glenda Jackson
  • Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore (1974) | Starring Ellen Burstyn and Kris Kristofferson
  • Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) | Starring Monthy Python
  • Network (1976) | Starring William Holden, Peter Finch, Faye Dunaway and Ned Beatty
  • Monty Python's Life of Brian (1979) | Starring Monty Python
  • Altered States (1980) | Starring William Hurt, Blair Brown and Bob Balaban
  • Body Heat (1981) | Starring William Hurt, Kathleen Turner and Richard Crenna
  • Eyewitness (1981) | Starring William Hurt, Sigourney Weaver and Christopher Plummer
  • Cannery Row (1982) | Starring Nick Nolte, Debra Winger and Audra Lindley
  • The Year of Living Dangerously (1982) | Starring Mel Gibson and Sigourney Weaver
  • Gorky Park (1983) | Starring William Hurt, Lee Marvin and Brian Dennehy
  • The Big Chill (1983) | Starring Kevin Kline, Glenn Close, Tom Berenger and William Hurt
  • The Pirates of Penzance (1983) | Starring Kevin Kline, Rex Smith and Linda Ronstadt
  • The Killing Fields (1984) | Starring Sam Waterston, Haing S. Ngor and John Malkovich
  • Kiss of the Spider Woman (1985) | Starring William Hurt, Raúl Juliá and Sônia Braga
  • Silverado (1985) | Starring Kevin Kline, Scott Glenn, Kevin Costner and Danny Glover
  • Children of a Lesser God (1986) | Starring William Hurt and Marlee Matlin
  • Violets Are Blue... (1986) | Starring Sissy Spacek, Kevin Kline and Bonnie Bedelia
  • Women of Valor (1986) | Starring Susan Sarandon, Kristy McNichol and Alberta Watson
  • Broadcast News (1987) | Starring William Hurt, Holly Hunter and Albert Brooks
  • Cry Freedom (1987) | Starring Kevin Kline, Penelope Wilton and Denzel Washington
  • Fatal Attraction (1987) | Starring Michael Douglas, Glenn Close and Anne Archer
  • The Last Emperor (1987) | Starring John Lone, Joan Chen and Peter O'Toole
  • Three Men and a Baby (1987) | Starring Tom Selleck, Ted Danson and Steve Guttenberg
  • A Fish Called Wanda (1988) | Starring John Cleese, Jamie Lee Curtis and Kevin Kline
  • Bull Durham (1988) | Starring Kevin Costner, Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins
  • Tequila Sunrise (1988) | Starring Mel Gibson, Kurt Russell and Michelle Pfeiffer
  • An Innocent Man (1989) | Starring Tom Selleck, F. Abraham Murray and Laila Robbins
  • Field of Dreams (1989) | Starring Kevin Costner, Amy Madigan and James Earl Jones
  • Glory (1989) | Starring Matthew Broderick, Denzel Washington and Cary Elwes
  • Her Alibi (1989) | Starring Tom Selleck, Paulina Porizkova and William Daniels
  • Major League (1989) | Starring Tom Berenger, Charlie Sheen and Rene Russo
  • The Fabulous Baker Boys (1989) | Starring Jeff Bridges and Beau Bridges
  • The January Man (1989) | Starring Kevin Kline and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
  • Come See the Paradise (1990) | Starring Dennis Quaid and Tamlyn Tomita
  • Dances with Wolves (1990) | Starring Kevin Costner and Mary McDonnell
  • I Love You to Death (1990) | Starring Kevin Kline, Tracy Ullman and Joan Plowright
  • Three Men and a Little Lady (1990) | Starring Tom Selleck and Ted Danson
  • Center Stage [阮玲玉] (1991) | Starring Maggie Cheung, Chin Han and Lawrence Ng
  • Grand Canyon (1991) | Starring Kevin Kline, Danny Glover and Mary McDonnell
  • Soapdish (1991) | Starring Sally Field, Kevin Kline and Elizabeth Shue
  • The Doctor (1991) | Starring William Hurt, Christine Lahti and Elizabeth Perkins
  • Consenting Adults (1992) | Starring Kevin Kline and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
  • Forever Young (1992) | Starring Mel Gibson, Jamie Lee Curtis and Elijah Wood
  • Love Field (1992) | Starring Michelle Pfeiffer, Dennis Haysbert and Stephanie McFadden
  • The Bodyguard (1992) | Starring Kevin Costner, Whitney Houston and Gary Kemp
  • The Lover [L'amant] (1992) | Starring Jane March and Tony Leung Ka-fai
  • A Perfect World (1993) | Starring Kevin Costner, Keith Szarabaika and Clint Eastwood
  • Dave (1993) | Starring Kevin Kline, Sigourney Weaver, Frank Langella and Kevin Dunn
  • Farewell My Concubine [霸王別姬] (1993) | Starring Leslie Cheung and Zhang Fengyi
  • Mr. Wonderful (1993) | Starring Matt Dillon, Annabella Sciora and Mary-Louise Parker
  • The War (1994) | Starring Kevin Costner, Elijah Wood and Mare Winningham
  • French Kiss (1995) | Starring Meg Ryan, Kevin Kline, Timothy Hutton and Jean Reno
  • Tin Cup (1996) | Starring Kevin Costner, Rene Russo, Don Johnson and Cheech Marin
  • Fierce Creatures (1997) | Starring John Cleese, Jamie Lee Curtis and Kevin Kline
  • In & Out (1997) | Starring Kevin Kline, Joan Cusack, Tom Selleck and Matt Dillon
  • Metroland (1997) | Starring Christian Bale, Emily Watson, Lee Ross and Elsa Zylbertstein
  • Paraside Road (1997) | Starring Glenn Close, Frances McDormand and Pauline Collins
  • The Ice Storm (1997) | Starring Kevin Kline, Joan Allen, Christina Ricci and Tobey Maguire
  • One True Thing (1998) | Starring Meryl Streep, Renée Zellweger and William Hurt
  • Enemy at the Gates (2001) | Starring Jude Law, Joseph Fiennes and Rachel Weisz
  • Life as a House (2001) | Starring Kevin Kline and Kristin Scott Thomas
  • Down with Love (2003) | Starring Renée Zellweger and Ewan McGregor
  • De-Lovely (2004) | Starring Kevin Kline, Ashley Judd, Jonathan Pryce and Kevin McNally
  • Ike: Countdown to D-Day (2004) | Starring Tom Selleck and James Remar
  • The Silence of the Sea [Le silence de la mer] (2004) | Starring Julie Delarme
  • Sophie Scholl - The Final Days [Sophie Scholl - Die letzten Tage] (2005)
  • A Prairie Home Companion (2006) | Starring Meryl Streep, Kevin Kline and Lily Tomlin
  • Letters from Iwo Jima (2006) | Starring Ken Watanabe and Kazunari Ninomiya
  • Katyń (2007) | Starring Andrzej Chyra, Artur Żmijewski and Maja Ostaszewska
  • Swing Vote (2008) | Starring Kevin Costner, Madeline Carroll and Paula Patton
  • City of Life and Death [南京!南京!] (2009) | Starring Liu Ye and Gao Yuanyuan
  • I Killed My Mother [J'ai tué ma mère] (2009) | Starring Xavier Dolan and Anne Dorval
  • The Message [风声] (2009) | Starring Zhou Xun, Li Bingbing and Zhang Hanyu
  • Beneath Hill 60 (2010) | Starring Brendan Cowell, Alan Dukes and Alex Thompson
  • Heartbeats [Les amours imaginaires] (2010) | Starring Xavier Dolan and Monia Chokri
  • Last Night (2010) | Starring Keira Knightley, Sam Worthington and Guillaume Canet
  • The Extra Man (2010) | Starring Paul Dano, Kevin Kline, Katie Holmes and John C. Reilly
  • Private Peaceful (2012) | Starring Jack O'Connell, George MacKay and Alexandra Roach
  • Stuck in Love (2012) | Starring Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Connelly, Lily Collins and Nat Wolff
  • The Vow (2012) | Starring Channing Tatum, Rachel MacAdams and Sam Neil
  • Forbidden Ground (2013) | Starring Johan Earl, Tim Pocock and Martin Copping
  • Last Vegas (2013) | Starring Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro and Morgan Freeman
  • The Railway Man (2013) | Starring Colin Firth, Jeremy Irvine and Nicole Kidman
  • Tom at the Farm [Tom à la ferme] (2013) | Starring Xavier Dolan and Lise Roy
  • My Old Lady (2014) | Starring Maggie Smith, Kristin Scott Thomas and Kevin Kline
  • The Silent Mountain (2014) | Starring William Moseley and Eugenia Constantini
  • Two Night Stand (2014) | Starring Miles Teller and Annaleigh Tipton
  • A Royal Night Out (2015) | Starring Sarah Gadon, Jack Reynor and Bel Powley
  • Ricki and the Flash (2015) | Starring Meryl Streep, Kevin Kline and Mamie Gummer
  • The Diary of a Teenage Girl (2015) | Starring Bel Powley and Kristen Wigg
  • Two Friends [Les deux amis] (2015) | Starring Golshifteh Farahani and Louis Garrel
  • 20th Century Women (2016) | Starring Annette Bening and Lucas Zade Zumann
  • Carrie Pilby (2016) | Starring Bel Powley, Nathan Lane and Gabriel Byrne
  • It's Only the End of the Word [Juste la fin du monde] (2016) | Starring Gaspard Ulliel
  • Paris 05:59 [Théo and Hugo dans le même bateau] (2016) | Starring G. Couët
  • Another Mother's Son (2017) | Starring Jenny Seagrove and Julian Kostov
  • Beach Rats (2017) | Starring Harris Dickinson, Madeline Weinstein and Kate Hodge
  • Malasartes e o Duelo com a Morte (2017) | Starring Jesuíta Barbosa and Ísis Valverde
  • The Current War (2017) | Starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Michael Shannon
  • The Healer (2017) | Starring Oliver Jackson-Cohen and Camilla Luddington
  • The Ottoman Lieutenant (2017) | Starring Michiel Huisman and Hera Hilmar
  • Bad Times at the El Royale (2018) | Starring Jeff Bridges and Cynthia Erivo
  • Irreplaceable You (2018) | Starring Michiel Huisman and Gugu Mbatha-Raw
  • Kursk (2018) | Starring Matthias Schoenaerts, Léa Seydoux and Colin Firth
  • Postcards from London (2018) | Starring Harris Dickinson and Jonah Hauer-King
  • Sauvage (2018) | Starring Félix Maritaud, Éric Bernard, Nicolas Dibla and Philippe Ohrel
  • The Photographer of Mauthausen [El fotógrafo de Mauthausen] (2018)
  • The Keeper (2018) | Starring David Kross, Freya Mavor, John Henshaw and Dervla Kirwan
  • 1917 (2019) | Starring George MacKay, Dean-Charles Chapman and Andrew Scott
  • A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019) | Starring Tom Hanks and Matthew Rhys
  • Agatha and the Curse of Ishtar (2019) | Starring Lyndsey Marhal and Jonah Hauer-King
  • And Then We Danced (2019) | Starring Levan Gelbakhiani and Bachi Valishvili
  • Big Time Adolescence (2019) | Starring Griffin Gluck, Pete Davidson and Jon Cryer
  • Bombshell (2019) | Starring Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie and
  • Cousins [Primos] (2019) | Starring Thiago Cazado, Paulo Sousa and Juliana Zancaro
  • Ford v Ferrari (2019) | Starring Matt Damon, Christian Bale and Jon Bernthal
  • Harriet (2019) | Starring Cynthia Erivo, Leslie Odom Jr., Joe Alwyn and Janelle Monaé
  • Jojo Rabbit (2019) | Starring Roma Griffin Davis, Scarlett Johansson and Taika Waititi
  • Little Women (2019) | Starring Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh and Emma Watson
  • Judy (2019) | Starring Renée Zellweger, Darci Shaw, Finn Wittrock and Rufus Sewell
  • Knives Out (2019) | Starring Daniel Craig, Chris Evans and Ana de Armas
  • Matthias & Maxime (2019) | Starring Xavier Dolan and Gabriel D'Almeida Freitas
  • Midway (2019) | Starring Ed Skrein, Patrick Wilson, Luke Evans and Aaron Eckhart
  • Miracle in Cell No. 7 [7. Koğuştaki Mucize] (2019) | Starring Aras Bulut İynemli
  • Moffie (2019) | Starring Kai Luke Brummer, Ryan de Villiers and Matthews Vey
  • Motherless Brooklyn (2019) | Starring Edward Norton and Bruce Willis
  • Pain and Glory [Dolor y Gloria] (2019) | Starring Antonio Banderas and Penélope Cruz
  • Parasite [기생충] (2019) | Starring Song Kang-Ho, Choi Woo-Shik and Park So-dam
  • Radioactive (2019) | Starring Rosamund Pike, Sam Riley and Sian Brooke
  • Richard Jewell (2019) | Starring Paul Walter Hauser, Kathy Bates and Sam Rockwell
  • Seberg (2019) | Starring Kristen Stewart, Jack O'Connell and Anthony Mackie
  • The Dirt (2019) | Starring Douglas Booth, Iwan Rheon, Colson Baker and Daniel Webber
  • The Gentlemen (2019) | Starring Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam and Hugh Grant
  • The Kitchen (2019) | Starring Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Hadish and Elizabeth Moss
  • The Red Sea Diving Resort (2019) | Starring Chris Evans and Michael K. William
  • The Two Popes (2019) | Starring Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce
  • The True History of the Kelly Gang (2019) | Starring George MacKay and Nicholas Hoult
  • 365 Days [365 Dni] (2020) | Starring Michele Morrone and Anna-Maria Sieklucka
  • Capone (2020) | Starring Tom Hardy, Linda Cardellini, Matt Dillon and Kyle MacLachlan
  • Greyhound (2020) | Starring Tom Hanks, Stephen Graham and Rob Morgan
  • Happiest Season (2020) | Starring Kristen Stewart, Mackenzie Davis and Dan Levy
  • Holidate (2020) | Starring Emma Roberts, Luke Bracey and Andrew Bachelor
  • Mank (2020) | Starring Gary Oldman, Amanda Seyfried and Lily Collins
  • Resistance (2020) | Starring Jesse Eisenberg, Clémence Poésy and Félix Moati
  • Summer of 85 [Été 85] (2020) | Starring Félix Lefebvre and Benjamin Voisin
  • The Banker (2020) | Starring Anthony Mackie, Samuel L. Jackson and Nicholas Hoult
  • The Broken Hearts Gallery (2020) | Starring Geraldine Vishwanathan
  • The Thing About Harry (2020) | Starring Jake Borelli, Niko Terho and Britt Baron
  • The Windemere Children (2020) | Starring Iain Glen and Romola Garai 


1920s: 2 films | 1930s: 1 films | 1940s: 2 films | 1950s: 2 films | 1960s: 3 films | 1970s: 6 films | 1980s: 29 films | 1990s: 26 films | 2000s: 14 films | 2010s: 64 films | 2020s: 12 films

Black & White: 9 films | Tinted: 0 films | Color: 152 films

Silent: 2 films | Sound: 159 films

Actors I saw the most films with: Kevin Kline (23), William Hurt (12), Kevin Costner (9), Tom Selleck (6), Xavier Dolan (5), John Cleese (4), Michael Palin (4), Mel Gibson (3), Michiel Huisman (3), Harris Dickinson (3), George MacKay (3), Nicholas Hoult (3), Jonathan Pryce (3).

Actresses I saw the most films with: Sigourney Weaver (4), Bel Powley (3), Anne Dorval (3), Jamie Lee Curtis (3), Meryl Street (3), Michelle Pfeiffer (3), Glenn Close (3), Renée Zellweger (3), Susan Sarandon (3).


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