Unmade Films That Would’ve Been Interesting To See: Part 2

Part one: letterboxd.com/johntyler/list/unmade-films-that-wouldve-been-interesting/

The first list won't let me add anything beyond a certain number of entries, so here's Part II.

  • Bob

    101.Bob

    MAXIMUM BOB

    Written and Directed by Terry Zwigoff
    Based on the Novel by Elmore Leonard

    Hard-ass Palm Beach County judge Bob Isom Gibbs enjoys sending even petty offenders away to do hard time—which has made the list of miscreants who want him dead longer than a fully grown Florida gator's tail. And a good number of his ill-wishers are probation officer Kathy Baker's clients, including young Dale Crowe and his psycho uncle Elvin. Suddenly Kathy's got an even more daunting task than keeping BIG's horny hands off her: keeping "Maximum Bob" alive. Because Gibbs's many enemies seem to be willing to go to any lengths—be it death by amphibian or some more tried-and-true method—to permanently end the career of an oversexed, racist jurist who's more interested in scoring than saving his own red neck.

  • The Bodyguard

    102.The Bodyguard

    THE BODYGUARD

    Written and Directed by Sylvester Stallone

    A bodyguard hired to protect a millionaire's wife and child goes on a hunt for the killers after they succeed in their mission.

  • Bogus

    103.Bogus

    THE BOGUS KINGDOM

    Written and Directed by Sylvester Stallone

    A group of down-and-out performers kidnap several high-ranking film studio executives and use their make-up skills and acting talents to take over the production company.

  • Bombshell

    104.Bombshell

    ★★★★

    BOMBSHELL

    Screenplay by Charles Leavitt
    Based on the Book by Joseph Albright and Marcia Kunstel

    The film tells the story of Theodore Hall (Leonardo DiCaprio), a physics prodigy who was recruited for the Manhattan Project while still a teenager, albeit a recent Harvard grad. Although the youngest participant in the development of the atomic bomb, Hall passed top secret data to the Soviet Union — actions that went undiscovered until recently, but that historians now claim may have started the Cold War.

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  • Boogeyman

    105.Boogeyman

    HALLOWEEN: RISE OF THE BOOGEYMAN

    Screenplay by Stefan Hutchinson
    Based on Characters Created by John Carpenter & Debra Hill

    In this supernatural spin on Halloween, a deadly slasher without an identity escapes from a mental hospital to once again torment Haddonfield, Illinois. When Dr. Sam Loomis commits to tracking down the escaped killer, he discovers that an ancient and otherwordly evil is at work.

  • Book Club

    106.Book Club

    ★½

    SISTERS OF MERCY

    Written by Steve Bloom

    A widower father (Will Smith) is rescued after his wife’s death by members of her book club, who soon begin running his life with their advice on parenting and dating.

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  • The Book Club

    107.The Book Club

    THE BOOK CLUB

    Directed by Raja Gosnell
    Written by Brad Follmer & Lauren Iungerich

    The story concerns a man discovering the dirty secrets of an all-female book club. He enlists their help in getting his estranged girlfriend back in return for not ratting them out to the men in their lives.

  • Boots

    108.Boots

    BOOTS

    Written by Lamar Damon and Gina Wendkos

    A comedy about a Las Vegas showgirl who marries a small-town Texas principal and takes over as coach of the high school drill team.

  • Borders

    109.Borders

    BORDERS

    Directed by Ridley Scott
    Written by Andrea Berloff

    The drama centers on a Mexican-American Border Patrol rookie who must work his way out of a morass of corruption, greed, and human suffering along the Arizona border.

  • The Borgias

    110.The Borgias

    BORGIA

    Directed by Robert Zemeckis
    Written by Laeta Kalogridis

    In 1492, the Pope dies and Cardinal Rodrigo Borgia emerges as the top contender to head the Vatican, despite a litter of illegitimate children. When he gets the papal throne, Rodrigo moves to consolidate his power thereby empowering and alienating various members of his family. Christina Ricci will play Rodrigo's daughter Lucrezia Borgia, who's torn between her family duties and a desire to find true love. Ewan McGregor will play Rodrigo's youngest sun Cesare, a duplicitous and manipulative sibling who considers himself his sister's closest confidante.

  • The Boxer

    111.The Boxer

    ★★★★

    THE WORST BOXER OF ALL TIME

    Directed by George Tillman, Jr.
    Written by Alex Davidson

    The film focuses on hapless pugilist Peter Buckley, the English fighter who refused to quit despite losing 256 of his 300 career fights, a record that earned him his dubious distinction as the worst boxer of all time.

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  • The Boy Next Door

    112.The Boy Next Door

    ★½

    THE MURDERER NEXT DOOR

    Directed by Adrian Lyne
    Screenplay by Rafael Yglesias
    Based on the Novel by Rafael Yglesias

    The film is about a New York woman whose best friend is murdered by her own husband, leaving their six-year-old without parents. As the husband is awaiting trial, the best friend attempts to get custody of the little girl to keep her away from the murderer.

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  • The Boys from Brazil

    113.The Boys from Brazil

    THE BOYS FROM BRAZIL

    Directed by Brett Ratner
    Screenplay by Richard Potter & Matthew Stravitz
    Based on the Novel by Ira Levin

    Dr. Josef Mengele clones Adolf Hitler ninety-five times, and hopes to raise the resulting boys in Brazil, giving them childhoods identical to Hitler's. His ultimate plan is to create a band of Nazi leaders that can continue where Hitler left off, forming the Fourth Reich. Ezra Lieberman, a Nazi hunter, learns of the plan and is determined to thwart it. When the two meet face-to-face in the home of one of the Hitler clones, it is up to the boy to choose who he will assist.

  • Brawler

    114.Brawler

    BAKUGAN BATTLE BRAWLERS

    Directed by Harald Zwart
    Based on the Television Series Created by Atsushi Maekawa

    In the film, a bunch of more-than-ordinary playing cards drop from the sky, landing all over Earth. A group of friends who pick up the cards team up to become the Bakugan Battle Brawlers. The Battle Brawlers must assist in the battle between good and evil in a parallel universe. As they learn more about the cards, they discover more about the power struggle in the alternate universe of New Vestroia, and do their utmost to help the Bakugan there win the day.

  • Breach

    115.Breach

    MATERIAL BREACH

    Directed by John Moore
    Written by Don Winston

    The contemporary thriller concerns a secret government group that brings in a man once accused of terrorist acts to help plan attacks on Washington.

  • Breakaway

    116.Breakaway

    BREAKAWAY

    Written by Simon Kinberg

    A comedy-drama about a high school basketball star who happens to be an Orthodox Jew.

  • The Breakfast Club

    117.The Breakfast Club

    ★★★★★

    OF MICE AND MEN

    Written by Geoff Rodkey

    A coming-of-age comedy-drama concerning college kids who are stuck together as part of an experiment and emotionally unload on each other.

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  • Brides

    118.Brides

    BEAUTIFUL ASIAN BRIDES

    Directed by P.J. Pesce
    Screenplay by Steven Gary Banks & Claudia Grazioso
    Story by Les Firestein & P.J. Pesce

    The comedy concerns a protagonist (Lucy Liu) wrongly accused of murder who goes undercover as a mail-order bride in an attempt to prove their innocence. Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, and Danny DeVito serve as producers.

  • The Bridge

    119.The Bridge

    THE BRIDGE

    Written by Jason Friedberg & Aaron Seltzer

    The project is described as a hardcore martial arts action thriller, serving as a starring vehicle for Jackie Chan.

  • Bridge to Terabithia

    120.Bridge to Terabithia

    THE OCCASIONALLY INTERESTING ANTI-ADVENTURES OF AN UNNAMED GIRL

    Written by Brian Nathanson

    An imaginative young girl, stifled by her boring suburban life and strict parents, runs away to a fantastical world that proves to be darker than she had hoped for. Scott Rudin serves as producer.

  • Brilliant

    121.Brilliant

    BRILLIANT

    Directed by Robert Luketic
    Written by Gillian Gorfil & Elizabeth Shorten

    A small-time criminal (Gerard Butler) joins accomplished thieves (Scarlett Johansson, Michael Caine) in a diamond heist.</>

  • Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia

    122.Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia

    ★★★★★

    BRING ME THE HEAD OF ALFREDO GARCIA

    Directed by Samuel Bayer
    Screenplay by Mateo Silva

    A wealthy Mexican man offers a $1 million reward for the skull of the title character, who seduced his daughter. In the film, Benicio del Toro will play a character named Benny, who's out to claim the reward.

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  • The Brood

    123.The Brood

    ★★★★½

    THE BROOD

    Directed by Pascal Laugier
    Screenplay by Cory Goodman

    A man (Eric Bana) tries to uncover an unconventional psychologist’s (Brian Cox) therapy techniques on his institutionalized wife (Kate Beckinsale), while a series of brutal attacks committed by a brood of mutant children coincides with the husband’s investigation.

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  • Brotherhood

    124.Brotherhood

    BROTHERS IN CRIME

    Directed by Nick Cassavetes
    Screenplay by Cliff Dorfman
    Based on the Television Series “Brotherhood” Created by Lars Lundström

    The story revolves around three childhood best friends, now partners in a construction business, who find themselves on the wrong end of a bank loan. Looking down the barrel of losing everything, their last option is doing one criminal job in order to keep themselves and their families off the streets. Gale Anne Hurd serves as producer.

  • Brothers

    125.Brothers

    BROTHERS

    Directed by Tim Allen
    Written by Tim Allen & Matthew Carroll

    The story concerns a racially mixed pair of adopted brothers (one of them played by Allen) who are framed for a crime and forced to team up.

  • Buck Rogers in the 25th Century

    126.Buck Rogers in the 25th Century

    BUCK ROGERS

    Directed by Paul W.S. Anderson
    Screenplay by Art Marcum & Matt Holloway
    Based on Characters Created by Philip Francis Nowlan

    A twentieth0century astronaut emerges out of five hundred years of suspended animation into a futuristic time to become planet Earth's greatest hero.

  • A Bug's Life

    127.A Bug's Life

    THE BUGALOOS

    Directed by Danny DeVito
    Screenplay by Kerry Brown & Russell Scott
    Based on the Television Series Created by Sid Kroft & Marty Kroft

    The film follows the antics of a group of teenage insects who formed a rock group called the Bugaloos.

  • Bugsy Malone

    128.Bugsy Malone

    ★★★★½

    COPS & ROBBERS

    Directed by Mike Mitchell
    Written by Jim Berg & Stan Zimmerman

    The Bugsy Malone-inspired action spoof is a parody of 80’s buddy comedy thrillers such as 48 Hrs. and Lethal Weapon but with children playing adults in all the roles.

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  • Bullets

    129.Bullets

    FIVE AGAINST A BULLET

    Directed by Jeffrey Nachmanoff
    Written by Alex Litvak and Joe Carnahan and Matt Corman & Chris Ord

    After his father is killed by a drug cartel, a man in Mexico vows to run for office and clean up the streets despite the high degree of danger. He then must try to accomplish this task while staying one step ahead of the drug cartels pursuing him. Bruce Willis and Jackie Chan star in the film.

  • Bundle of Joy

    130.Bundle of Joy

    BUNDLE OF JOY

    Written by Allison Burnett

    A romantic comedy involving an unexpected package that a newly married couple receives.

  • Burnout

    131.Burnout

    MR. BURNOUT

    Written by Eric Gravning

    A bitter English teacher accepts a bet from an attractive new teacher to get three of his most problematic students into a top college and in doing so, he renews his faith in teaching and the future.

  • Bye Bye Love

    132.Bye Bye Love

    GOODBYE TO ROMANCE

    Directed by Todd Phillips
    Screenplay by E. Max Frye and Mark Poirier
    Based on the Article by David Benioff

    The film's storyline revolves around a group of American men who travel through Russia searching for potential brides.

  • Cairo

    133.Cairo

    THE MARRIOTT CELL

    Directed by Lee Tamahori
    Written by Michael Bronner

    Following their arrest in a night time raid on the Marriott Hotel, Cairo, three journalists fight to clear their names.

  • Cairo

    134.Cairo

    CAIRO

    Written by James Carabatsos

    The action-adventure thriller is about a policeman named Eddie Cairo who puts his life in danger when he goes after a government-protected gun dealer.

  • Camp

    135.Camp

    NERD CAMP

    Directed by David Gordon Green
    Written by David Gordon Green & Danny McBride

    A high-concept comedy about a stoner (Seann William Scott) who becomes a counselor at a summer camp for young geniuses.

  • Canadá

    136.Canadá

    CROSS CHECK

    Written by Gary Scott Thompson

    In the drama, Bruce Willis will play a detective who gets in way over his head in Canada.

  • The Care Bears Movie

    137.The Care Bears Movie

    CHUCKLE BEARS

    Directed by Peter Hewitt
    Written by Peter Hewitt & Phil Hughes

    The film centers on aliens from another planet who take the form of brightly colored teddy bears and go on a mission to Earth to banish sadness from the human race. Complications ensue when a greedy toy executive exploits the aliens by creating a line of toys that look like them.

  • Carousel

    138.Carousel

    CAROUSEL

    Directed by Nick Cassavetes
    Written by Alan Saretsky and Nick Cassavetes & Mike Marvin

    The thriller tells the story of a man who goes from the streets of New York City to a rogue broker taking Wall Street by storm.

  • Carry On

    139.Carry On

    CARRY ON

    Written and Directed by Nate Parker
    Based on the Book by Lisa Fenn

    When award-winning ESPN producer Lisa Fenn returned to her hometown for a story about two wrestlers at one of Cleveland’s toughest public high schools, she had no idea that the trip would change her life. Both young men were disadvantaged students with significant physical disabilities. Dartanyon Crockett was legally blind as a result of Leber’s disease; Leroy Sutton lost both his legs at eleven, when he was run over by a train. Brought together by wrestling, they had developed a brother-like bond as they worked to overcome their disabilities. After forming a profound connection with Dartanyon and Leroy, Fenn realized she couldn't just walk away when filming ended; these boys had had to overcome the odds too many times. Instead, Fenn dedicated herself to ensuring their success long after the reporting was finished and the story aired—and an unlikely family of three was formed. The years ahead would be fraught with complex challenges, but Fenn stayed with the boys every step of the way—teaching them essential life skills, helping them heal old wounds and traumatic pasts, and providing the first steady and consistent support system they’d ever had.

  • Cat and Mouse

    140.Cat and Mouse

    CAT AND MOUSE

    Directed by David Mickey Evans
    Written by Ian Seeberg

    The adventure comedy tells the story of a family bonding together when they’re all forced to flee the big city under the federal witness protection program.

  • The Cat in the Hat

    141.The Cat in the Hat

    SEUSS

    Directed by Stephen Chbosky
    Written by Eyal Podell & Jonathon E. Stewart

    The film will follow Theodore Geisel in the 1920's as he struggles to find his voice as a writer before meeting his muse and future wife in Helen Palmer, who propels him into becoming Dr. Suess. Thirty years later, a sudden illness cripples Helen and Geisel’s career falters, until she ultimately inspires him to fulfill his destiny and create the iconic children’s book The Cat in the Hat.

  • Catastrophe

    142.Catastrophe

    THE FULL CATASTROPHE

    Screenplay by Harris Goldberg
    Based on the Novel by David Carkeet

    In the film, a failed romantic assumes his brother’s identity as a renowned psychiatrist in order to be hired as an inhouse, round-the-clock marriage counselor. When his ineptitude pushes a couple to the brink of disaster, he must save their relationship as well as his sibling’s reputation.

  • Cats

    143.Cats

    CATS

    Directed by Phil Nibbelink and Dick Zondag
    Screenplay by Tom Stoppard and Joel Cohen & Alec Sokolow
    Based on the Stage Play by Andrew Lloyd Weber
    Based on the Book "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats" by T.S. Elliot

    A Steven Spielberg-produced 2D-animated adaptation of the long-running Broadway musical show of the same name that tells the story of a tribe of cats called the Jellicles and the night they make the "Jellicle choice," deciding which cat will ascend to the Heaviside Layer and come back to a new life.

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  • Celebrity

    144.Celebrity

    ★★★½

    GIRL OF THE MOMENT

    Based on the Novel by Lizabeth Zindel

    A comedy about a teenage girl who lands a once-in-a-lifetime chance to intern for a famous teen starlet, thrusting the heroine into a glamorous and catty inner world of young celebrity.

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  • Chain Letter

    145.Chain Letter

    CHAIN LETTER

    Directed by George A. Romero
    Written by Gene Quintano

    The film is the story of three teenagers who must save themselves and their town from supernatural events.

  • The Challenge

    146.The Challenge

    ECO-CHALLENGE

    Written by Jack Amiel & Michael Begler

    The story centers on a group of dissatisfied twenty-somethings who seek to reinvent themselves by participating in an eco-challenge — a lengthy endurance race over adventurous terrain. Paul and Chris Weitz serve as producers.

  • The Change-Up

    147.The Change-Up

    THE FOUNTAIN OF TRUTH

    Directed by David Mickey Evans
    Written by Tim Kelleher

    The effects-heavy comedy tells the story of two male friends undergoing midlife crises, who stumble upon what they think is the fountain of youth, only to find things are never as simple as they seem.

  • Checkmate

    148.Checkmate

    OPERATION CHECKMATE

    Written by Jessica Postigo

    The true story-based drama centers on the rescue of Ingrid Betancourt and fourteen other hostages, including three Americans, from rebels with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).

  • Chinaman

    149.Chinaman

    CHINAMAN

    Written and Directed by Harry Elfont & Deborah Kaplan

    The story centers on a man whose life is upended when his wife of more than twenty-five years leaves him unexpectedly. During his nightly visit to a Chinese takeout restaurant, the owner makes him a business proposal whose results are far beyond his wildest dreams.

  • Chinatown

    150.Chinatown

    ★★★★★

    HEP

    Directed by Ron Howard
    Screenplay by Rockne S. O'Bannon and John Byrum
    Adaptation by Scott Rosenberg and William Goldman
    Story by Ron Howard

    The film has been described as a stylish period piece a la Chinatown that looks at Los Angeles in the early 1960's. The story centers on a slick private investigator who must scramble to solve the murder of his partner.

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  • Chippendales: Off the Cuff

    151.Chippendales: Off the Cuff

    I AM CHIPPENDALES

    Written and Directed by Alan Ball
    Based on the Book by Rodney Sheldon

    The film is based on the true-life story of how the male dance club became one of the most famous adult entertainment shows in the world, focusing on the founding and expansion of the Chippendales nightclub by Paul Snider and Somen “Steve” Banerjee, who eventually pleaded guilty to attempted arson, racketeering and murder for hire and was found dead in his jail cell in 1994. Ben Stiller will play Nick DeNoia, the former choreographer and partner who helped conceive the idea for the dance troupe with Banerjee and attorney Bruce Nahin and played a big part in the expansion of the act on a global level.

  • A Christmas Carol

    152.A Christmas Carol

    A CHRISTMAS CAROL

    Written and Directed by Jason Friedberg & Aaron Seltzer
    Based on the Novel by Charles Dickens

    A modern-day comedic adaptation of the beloved supernatural holiday tale, with Rainn Wilson playing the film's Scrooge-type protagonist.

  • Church of the Dead

    153.Church of the Dead

    CHURCH OF THE DEAD GIRLS

    Directed by Joel Schumacher
    Screenplay by Doug Wright
    Based on the Novel by Stephen Dobyns

    A film about a small town dealing with suspicion and vigilantes upon the disappearance of three local teenagers.

  • CIA: Comrade In America

    154.CIA: Comrade In America

    N.O.C.

    Directed by John Moore
    Written by Daniel Scott Gordon & David Matalon

    The film follows Alek, a C.I.A. deep undercover operative who discovers that a faction of the agency is actively collaborating with the terrorist cell he was sent to infiltrate. Stuck in a hospital in Berlin with the help of Corinne, the EMT who saved his life, Alek must evade both the agency and the terrorists, if he wants to bring the evidence of the unsanctioned special op to the people he thinks he can trust.

  • City of Darkness

    155.City of Darkness

    CITY OF DARKNESS

    Written by Patrick Cirillo & Joe Gayton

    Two young boys bring a comic-book villain and a comic-book hero into the real world.

  • The Clairvoyant

    156.The Clairvoyant

    THE IN-BETWEEN

    Directed by Mary Lambert
    Written by Sid Quashie

    The film is described as a supernatural thriller about a man who has clairvoyant visions about danger to members of his family. When the man senses that death has targeted his own son, he tries to save the boy.

  • Classic Albums: Meat Loaf - Bat Out of Hell

    157.Classic Albums: Meat Loaf - Bat Out of Hell

    BAT OUT OF HELL

    Directed by Joe Dante
    Written by Drew McWeeny & Rebecca Swan

    The horror film centers on a red-eye flight from L.A. to New York during which hijackers confront the monstrous cargo.

  • Cleopatra

    158.Cleopatra

    ★★★★

    CLEO

    Directed by Steven Soderbergh
    Written by James Greer

    A 1920’s-set song-and-dance retelling of the story of Cleopatra (Catherine Zeta-Jones), Marc Antony (Hugh Jackman) and Julius Caesar (Ray Winstone).

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  • The Clones

    159.The Clones

    LOVE II LOVE YOU

    Written by Mark Goff & Richie Porter

    The story is about a man (Will Smith) who falls in love with a woman and the relationship doesn't work out. His scientist best-friend then clones her for him.

  • Cloning

    160.Cloning

    UNTITLED LUKE GREENFIELD PROJECT

    Directed by Luke Greenfield
    Written by Stewart Schill

    Storyline follows an egocentric, Nobel Prize-winning geneticist who bequeaths to his estranged son his life's work -- a 12-year-old clone of the scientist. The son must raise his father's lab-created clone.

  • Cloverfield

    161.Cloverfield

    ★★★★½

    INVASION

    Directed by Brad Peyton
    Written by J. Daniel Shaffer

    The story revolves around a group of unarmed, unprepared students from Philadelphia who discover they’ll have to become soldiers to survive an attack from a supernatural force.

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  • Clunked in the Clink

    162.Clunked in the Clink

    CLINK, INC.

    Directed by Rod Lurie
    Screenplay by Tracy Lind & Holly Sorensen
    Story by Olivia Goldsmith

    The comedy concerns a high-powered female executive who’s thrown into prison and uses her experience in the corporate world to survive in prison. Robert Zemeckis serves as producer.

  • Cobalt Blue

    163.Cobalt Blue

    COBALT 60

    Written and Directed by Zack Snyder
    Based on the Graphic Novel by Vaughn Bodē

    The story of a post-apocalyptic world peopled by strange mutants and creatures, where the titular masked hero seeks to avenge the murder of his parents, facing off against his evil nemesis Strontium 90.

  • Coffin

    164.Coffin

    THE HANGING COFFIN

    Directed by Renny Harlin
    Written by Anthony Jaswinski

    The film is described as an action-adventure thriller featuring extreme sports, tomb raiding, and mutant creatures.

  • Cold War Era Dangers On The Home Front

    165.Cold War Era Dangers On The Home Front

    OFFICIAL ASSASSINS

    Directed by Paul Verhoeven
    Written by Michael Frost Beckner

    A film about the post-World War II race between the United States of America and Russia to recruit German scientists to help develop weapons as the former allies brace for the Cold War. The drama focuses on two American CIA friends at odds over whether the former Nazi sympathizers should be set free, killed, or prosecuted for war crimes.

  • College

    166.College

    THE COLLEGE EXPERIENCE

    Directed by John Rando
    Written by Dax Shelby & Robert Stevens

    The project is a mother-daughter comedy centered on a spoiled Beverly Hills socialite who's forced to join her daughter in college after finding herself newly divorced and broke. The daughter initially hates that her mother becomes the life of the party, but eventually they reconcile.

  • Coma

    167.Coma

    MY BEAUTIFUL COMA

    Directed by Nick Cassavetes
    Written by Chris Downey and Shari Springer Berman & Robert Pulcini

    A married man lives out his dream of having every woman he has ever fantasized about after a near-fatal car accident leaves him in a coma, but complications ensue when his wife enters his dream to “rescue him.” Brett Ratner serves as producer.

  • Combat

    168.Combat

    UNTITLED CHRISTOPHER McQUARRIE PROJECT

    Written and Directed by Christopher McQuarrie

    The film, set in the world of elite combat units, will center on the fate of a special forces team assigned to test the security of the most sensitive government and military installations. Due to overzealous execution of orders, they are disbanded and the individual members expelled from the military; a year later, they are asked to reassemble to stop the terrorist activities of a group that has adopted their tactics and techniques.

  • Come Drink with Me

    169.Come Drink with Me

    ★★★★★

    COME DRINK WITH ME

    Written and Directed by Quentin Tarantino

    A violent gang kidnaps a general's son to secure the release of their leader from prison. Little do they know that the general's daughter is a mistress of disguise, with fighting skills to match.

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  • The Comedian

    170.The Comedian

    A CONVERSATION WITH THE MANN

    Directed by George Tillman, Jr.
    Screenplay by John Ridley
    Based on the Novel by John Ridley

    At the dawn of the Civil Rights movement, like a lot of black Americans, stand-up comedian Jackie Mann wanted to be somebody, and for him, there was only one way to achieve that: to make it big, by appearing on The Ed Sullivan Show.

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  • Communism

    171.Communism

    SINSILVER

    Written and Directed by Sylvester Stallone

    A film about a Hassidic Jew in the Old West, and based on a reinterpretation of the Communist Manifesto.

  • Communists

    172.Communists

    THE RELUCTANT COMMUNIST

    Directed by Brett Ratner
    Screenplay by Ross Katz
    Based on the Book by Charles Robert Jenkins and Jim Frederick

    The film follows Charles Robert Jenkins as he surrenders to the North Koreans while drunk and then undergoes a strange and lengthy prison term, being forced to act in propaganda movies as an American bad guy and becoming a celebrity in the process.

  • Comrade Couture

    173.Comrade Couture

    CAMP COUTURE

    Screenplay by Ian Southwood
    Story by Kelly Cunningham

    The fish-out-of-water story follows a spoiled, trendy teenage girl (Emma Roberts) who is forced by her parents to go to a "regular" camp filled with misfits and not the famed elite fashion camp known as Camp Couture that she would like to attend.

  • Confidence

    174.Confidence

    CONFIDENCE

    Screenplay by Ronald Bass
    Story by Toby Emmerich & Adam Gibgot

    The film centers around a pair of con men coerced into working for the CIA.

  • A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

    175.A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

    A CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT

    Directed by Terry Gilliam
    Screenplay by Robert Mark Kamen
    Based on the Novel by Mark Twain

    A Yankee engineer from Connecticut named Hank Morgan receives a severe blow to the head and is somehow transported in time and space to England during the reign of King Arthur. After some initial confusion and his capture by one of Arthur's knights, Hank realizes that he is actually in the past, and he uses his knowledge to make people believe that he is a powerful magician. He attempts to modernize the past in order to make people's lives better, but in the end, he is unable to prevent the death of Arthur and an interdict against him by the Catholic Church of the time, which grows fearful of his power.

  • Corduroy

    176.Corduroy

    CORDUROY

    Directed by Tim Story
    Screenplay by Jack Angelo & Kate Angelo
    Based on the Book by Don Freeman

    The story tells of the titular plush bear who is nearly purchased by a young girl named Lisa. Lisa's mother notices that Corduroy is missing a button, however, and the pair leave the poor bear to worry that no one will want him. That night, Corduroy sets out across the department store to recover his missing button.

  • Corruption

    177.Corruption

    THE INSIDE MAN

    Written and Directed by Michael Mann

    A true story-based drama about a Gotham police union driver (Leonardo DiCaprio) who turns in his corrupt father.

  • Cosmos: A Personal Voyage

    178.Cosmos: A Personal Voyage

    A TOPIARY

    Written and Directed by Shane Carruth

    The film, from executive producers Steven Soderbergh and David Fincher, is a tale told in two parts: The opening section follows a city worker who becomes obsessed with a recurring starburst pattern he sees hidden everywhere around him, even in traffic grids. He eventually joins with other believers, forming a kaffeeklatsch-cult that’s soon undone by greed and hubris. The second half follows a group of ten pre-teen boys who discover a strange machine that produces small funnels, which in turn can be used to build increasingly agile robot-like creatures. As their creations grow in power and size, the children's friendships begin to splinter and they’re forced to confront another group of creature-builders. The film ends with a massive last-minute reveal, set deep in the cosmos, suggesting that everything was directed by forces outside the characters’ control.

  • Cougars

    179.Cougars

    COUGARS

    Directed by Joe Nussbaum
    Written by Erik Lindsay

    The story revolves around a group of young men who — fed up with dating women their own age — discover the pleasures of dating older women.

  • The Counterfeiters

    180.The Counterfeiters

    COUNTERFEIT SON

    Directed by Salim Akil
    Screenplay by Matthew Aldrich
    Based on the Novel by Elaine Marie Alphin

    A thriller about a family who must decide whether an eighteen-year-old boy claiming to be their long-lost son truly is who he says he is.

  • The Country Girl

    181.The Country Girl

    COUNTRY GIRL

    Written by James Raymond

    The film is about a pampered teenage country music star who decides to trade in her mansion for a trailer park to get inspiration for an album. The experiment introduces her to the world of teen rivalries, friendship, and romance.

  • Court Martial

    182.Court Martial

    ROCKWOOD

    Directed by Lee Tamahori
    Written by Jere Cunningham and Stephen J. Rivele & Christopher Wilkinson

    The film is based on the real-life story of U.S. Army Capt. Lawrence Rockwood (Mark Wahlberg), who was court-martialed after rebelling against U.S. Army indifference to human rights abuses in Haiti during Operation Restore Democracy in 1994. Brian Grazer and Ron Howard serve as producers.

  • Crazy Dog

    183.Crazy Dog

    CRAZY DOG

    Directed by Joseph Ruben
    Written by Henry Bean & Nicholas Kazan

    The story follows a New York police officer (Nicolas Cage) who causes the death of his best friend. Crushed by his guilt, he heads off on a self-destructive spree, but eventually seeks redemption.

  • Crazy in Love

    184.Crazy in Love

    UNTITLED CHRIS KATTAN PROJECT

    Written by Chris Kattan & Scott Wainio

    The film centers on a man (Chris Kattan) who is being driven crazy by his wife. When he learns she is doing this on purpose, he pretends to be insane as a way of catching her at her own game.

  • A Cricket in Times Square

    185.A Cricket in Times Square

    A CRICKET IN TIMES SQUARE

    Screenplay by Will McRobb & Chris Viscardi
    Based on the Novel by George Selden and Garth Williams

    Tucker is a streetwise city mouse. He thought he'd seen it all. But he's never met a cricket before, which really isn't surprising, because, along with his friend Harry Cat, Tucker lives in the very heart of New York City―the Times Square subway station. Chester Cricket never intended to leave his Connecticut meadow. He'd be there still if he hadn't followed the entrancing aroma of liverwurst right into someone's picnic basket. Now, like any tourist in the city, he wants to look around. And he could not have found two better guides―and friends―than Tucker and Harry. The trio have many adventures―from taking in the sights and sounds of Broadway to escaping a smoky fire.

  • Crime and Punishment

    186.Crime and Punishment

    CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

    Written and Directed by John Cassavetes
    Based on the Novel by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

    The musical focuses on the mental anguish and moral dilemmas of Rodion Raskolnikov, an impoverished ex-student in St. Petersburg who formulates a plan to kill an unscrupulous pawnbroker for her money. Before the killing, Raskolnikov believes that with the money, he could liberate himself from poverty and go on to perform great deeds. However, once it is done, he finds himself racked with confusion, paranoia, and disgust for what he has done. His justifications disintegrate completely as he struggles with guilt and horror and confronts the real-world consequences of his deed.

  • Crime Wave

    187.Crime Wave

    CRIME WAVE

    Written and Directed by David Ayer
    Based on the Short Story "Criminal's Mark" by John Hawkins & Ward Hawkins

    In the rough parts of Los Angeles, reformed parolee Steve Lacey (Ethan Hawke) is caught in the middle when a wounded former cellmate seeks him out for shelter.

  • Crisis Hotline

    188.Crisis Hotline

    SUICIDE SQUAD

    Written by Christopher Dean Johnston

    The comedy centers on an ex-con who scores a job at a suicide crisis hotline. Looking for respect and a healthy payday, he recruits a ragtag group of suicidal outcasts to help him knock over a horse track.

  • Crossdresser

    189.Crossdresser

    CROSS DRESSING

    Directed by Tom Shadyac
    Screenplay by Gary Tieche and Brent Briscoe & Mark Fauser
    Based on the Novel by Bill Fitzhugh

    The story centers on the twin brother of a dead priest, who takes the identity of his late brother in order to run away from charges that he stole ideas from a co-worker at his advertising agency.

  • The Crow

    190.The Crow

    ★★★★½

    THE CROW 2037: A NEW WORLD OF GODS AND MONSTERS

    Written and Directed by Rob Zombie
    Based on the Comic Book "The Crow" by James O'Barr

    The story begins in 2010, when a young boy and his mother are murdered on Halloween night by a Satanic priest. In 2011, the boy is resurrected as The Crow. In 2037, unaware of his past, he has become a bounty hunter on a collision course with his now all-powerful killer.

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  • Cruelty

    191.Cruelty

    STOP HUNTINGDON AMIMAL CRUELTY

    Written by Adam Sachs

    A drunk, middle-aged reporter and a teenager bond while finding themselves somehow pitted against a group of fanatical protesters.

  • Cupid

    192.Cupid

    CUPID

    Directed by Andy Tennant
    Written by Rick Parks & Andy Tennant

    The story is a contemporary romantic fable set in Brooklyn about Cupid (Robert De Niro), Roman mythology’s god of love.

  • Cursed

    193.Cursed

    ★½

    SIX MONTH CURSE

    Written by Julie Golden

    A bride discovers that she was cursed at birth so that her romantic relationships have six-month expiration dates, so she tries to save her marriage by heading to the Brazilian rainforest to reverse the curse. Along the way, she falls in love with her river guide.

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  • Cyrano de Bergerac

    194.Cyrano de Bergerac

    LOVE TRUCK

    Directed by Joe Nussbaum
    Written by Jon Lucas & Scott Moore

    An operative is hired to make a beautiful architect fall in love with a CEO's charm-impaired son, only to find that he has fallen in love with her himself.

  • Da 5 Bloods

    195.Da 5 Bloods

    ★★★★★

    BLOODS

    Directed by Antoine Fuqua
    Screenplay by Wallace Terry
    Based on the Book by Wallace Terry

    The film, based on true events, centers on the courage, culture, and circumstances of black soldiers who fought in the Vietnam War.

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  • The Da Vinci Code

    196.The Da Vinci Code

    ★★★½

    THE LEONARDO JOB

    Written and Directed by David Twohy

    A pair of art thieves go to Europe to track down a missing Leonardo da Vinci painting.

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  • Dad

    197.Dad

    DAD CAN'T LOSE

    Written by Jay Martel & Ian Roberts

    The comedy centers on a lifelong competition within a family.

  • The Dam Busters

    198.The Dam Busters

    THE DAM BUSTERS

    Directed by Christian Rivers
    Screenplay by Stephen Fry
    Based on the Book by Paul Brickhill
    Based on the Book "Enemy Coast Ahead" by Guy Gibson

    The film, produced by Peter Jackson, recreates the true story of Operation Chastise when in 1943 the RAF's 617 Squadron attacked the Möhne, Eder, and Sorpe dams in Nazi Germany with Barnes Wallis' bouncing bomb.

  • Damnation

    199.Damnation

    THE DAMNATION GAME

    Directed by Anthony DiBlasi
    Screenplay by John Heffernan
    Based on the Novel by Clive Barker

    The story, a retelling of the Faust legend, concerns a convict (Paul Newman) sprung from jail to serve as a bodyguard for a mysterious industrialist (Sean Connery). He quickly realizes, however, that his employer's enemies are of a supernatural variety and have come to claim the industrialist's soul. Ed Harris, Maggie Smith, and Kim Basinger co-star in the film.

  • Damocles

    200.Damocles

    THE DAMOCLES NETWORK

    Directed by Sam Raimi
    Written by John Pogue

    An action-thriller about a surveillance expert (Johnny Depp) who discovers a high-tech government assassination conspiracy and becomes a target himself.