Wednesday, August 05, 2015

The number 1 movie for 44 years

There's a post going around that tells you what the number one movie was the year you were born. Being a movie buff, I simply couldn't stop there, so I did it for each year I've been around. Here are the results with my grades for each:

1970: Tora! Tora! Tora! (B)
1971: The French Connection (A+)
1972: Lady Sings the Blues (NA)
1973: Mean Streets (A+)
1974: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (A)
1975: Let's Do It Again (NA)
1976: Marathon Man (B)
1977: Julia (NA)
1978: The Boys from Brazil (B)
1979: 10 (NA)
1980: Private Benjamin (B+)
1981: Chariots of Fire (A)
1982: E.T. (A+)
1983: Never Say Never Again (B+)
1984: Teachers (NA)
1985: Commando (C)
1986: Crocodile Dundee (A-)
1987: Fatal Attraction (B)
1988: The Accused (A-)
1989: Look Who's Talking (B)
1990: Marked for Death (NA)
1991: The Fisher King (A)
1992: Under Siege (B+)
1993: Demolition Man (C+)
1994: Pulp Fiction (A+)
1995: Seven (A)
1996: The Ghost and the Darkness (NA)
1997: I Know What You Did Last Summer (C+)
1998: Practical Magic (NA)
1999: Fight Club (A-)
2000: Meet the Parents (A-)
2001: Training Day (B+)
2002: Red Dragon (B)
2003: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (NA)
2004: Shark Tale (B)
2005: The Fog (NA)
2006: The Grudge 2 (NA)
2007: Why Did I Get Married (NA)
2008: Max Payne (NA)
2009: Where the Wild Things Are (B)
2010: Jackass 3D (NA)
2011: Real Steel (NA)
2012: Taken 2 (NA)
2013: Gravity (A+)
2014: Fury (C+)

1 comment:

Scott Copeland said...

The number one movie when I was born was Head (1968). I saw it a couple of years ago. That is a strange, strange film. But hey, I was born the day Nixon was elected president, so it was a strange, strange time.