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An informed and in-depth summary of what’s actually going on with Britney Spears’s corrupt conservatorship...

2020.07.21 10:50 DCCRSN An informed and in-depth summary of what’s actually going on with Britney Spears’s corrupt conservatorship...

Many people are, understandingly, uninformed about the trending topic of “#FreeBritney.” They see fans online dissecting Britney’s Instagram and theorizing that she is being held hostage in her home - so they are quickly writing off “#FreeBritney” as a wacky conspiracy theory. To many it seems impossible that a high-caliber star wouldn’t have the ability to speak out if anything unjust was happening to them. Literal hostage ideas aside, she IS actually bound by a longtime conservatorship, under which she is facing levels of restraints and corruption that may seem inconceivable to the public.
Here is my informed, in-depth summary of her reality. I wanted to provide some clear context for those wishing to learn in length about this massive case of guardianship abuse.
In 2008, just months after her famous public meltdowns and hospitalizations, Britney Spears did an expository documentary called ‘For the Record.’ Unfortunately it’s not available to view on YouTube, aside from some clips. At this time Britney was fresh into her “temporary” one-year conservatorship that was put in place to protect her wealth and ensure she wasn’t taken advantage of again.
The conservatorship was, at that time, co-managed by her father Jamie Spears and his selected attorney Andrew Wallet. These arrangements are intended to aid individuals who are gravely debilitated - those who cannot perform the basics of personal care or have the capacity to manage their finances. Think: people in a vegetative state.
I’m referencing the ‘For the Record’ documentary because it was the first and last time the public got to hear her account of the recent chaos and the aftermath - straight from the source. It provides a candid glimpse into her mental and emotional state at the time this arrangement was put in place.
Britney clearly felt comfortable and confident while opening up during the interview segments - perhaps so comfortable that she’s since been silenced on anything related to her situation. She consistently displayed a great sense of self-awareness and insightfulness:
She showed sincere remorse for associating with the wrong people. She realized she was letting too many bad people into her life out of loneliness. She said she shaved her head because it felt like “shedding” things that had happened to her. She explained that most of her erratic public outings were due to her being newly-divorced and without her children, and being home alone was a constant reminder of that. She expressed frustration that her mistakes lead her to now feeling like a “prisoner.” She felt that the new restraints placed on her made it impossible to be herself, and she just “coped with it” every day, not knowing when she’ll ever feel free or liberated.
In reference to her still-grueling work schedule, she broke down in tears saying that her life was so overly controlled that it was void of excitement and passion. “It’s like ‘Groundhog’s Day’ every day.” “[My team is] hearing what they want to hear; they’re not really listening to what I’m telling them. It’s...it’s bad. I’m sad.”
Despite becoming emotional on camera, she sounded legitimately enlightened by her past, and she was optimistic that she had officially made it out of the darkness and was moving forward. She was, by all appearances, an astute young woman of sound mind.
Many believe (for good reason) that after her team saw how wildly bankable she still was they decided to continue labeling her as mentally inept - even going so far as to declare early onset dementia - just to keep the conservatorship in place and the payroll the way it was. In a leaked 2009 phone call to her appointed lawyer, Britney stated that her father had threatened to eliminate custodial time with her children if she tried dissolving the conservatorship. So, her children were essentially being being used as leverage to keep her complying with their terms.
“So why doesn’t she just retire and enjoy her riches?”...
Under her conservatorship, Britney is required to be working full-time to prove she is competent enough to maintain custody of her boys. So, between 2008 and 2019, she released four studio albums, co-wrote the treatments for several of her music videos, did three world tours and countless international press conferences, secured a five-year residency in Las Vegas (personally netting $1,000,000 per week), designed and launched two clothing lines, designed and released several fragrances through Elizabeth Arden, booked several guest roles on popular TV shows, became a full-time judge on ‘The X Factor,’ contributed to several charities for children’s education and disaster relief, and secured an even bigger and more lucrative residency in Vegas for which she was diligently co-choreographing, co-directing, and rehearsing before it was cancelled (keep reading for the reason)...
Despite all of her successful endeavors, because of the conservatorship she has had many of her civil rights unlawfully taken from her.
Since 2008, she has had no right to legal council of her choice. No right to medical consultants of her choice. No right to financial advisors of her choice. No use of her cars. No use of a personal cell phone or untapped land line. No access to her own cash or credit cards. No unauthorized dates or family planning. No unattended personal errands. No unauthorized visitors to her home.
Britney’s only current “friend,” as far as we know, is actually her booking agent Cade. He banks off every multimillion dollar gig he gets her, whether it’s in her best interests or not. He is grossly narcissistic and highly manipulative, even offering his client(s) sexual favors for access to directors.
That’s all news that’s been around for years. These are the more recent events that finally inspired the Free Britney movement...
An inside source, backed by legal testimony, claimed that in January 2019 Britney’s father cancelled her upcoming Vegas residency and forced her into a psych ward against her will, where she remained for up to three months. Her crime? Being photographed in her car at an In-N-Out Burger, then refusing to take more medications to sedate her. The public cover-up for the cancelled show? “Her father’s health.”
In light of this, in March 2019, her former co-conservator Andrew Wallet resigned. He presented legal documents stating that “Substantial detriment, irreparable harm, and immediate danger will result to [Ms. Spears] and her estate if the [recommended amendments to the conservatorship are] not granted.”
Doctor Timothy Benson worked closely with Britney for three months to evaluate her mental health (likely during her time at the facility). He was scheduled to share his conclusions at a conservatorship review hearing in September 2019. This review was meant to validate or invalidate her father’s claims regarding Britney’s supposed mental illness and her medical treatments. In August 2019, Dr. Benson suddenly died - just days before the hearing. So (as far as we know) no findings were presented, and no amendments have been made regarding Britney’s health treatments.
It should be known that Jamie Spears is an alcoholic who physically abused his grandson Sean, (allegedly) physically abused his daughter Jamie Lynn, and (allegedly) verbally abuses Britney. This man was taking in $10,800 per month for his “services.” Britney is allowed only $6,000 per month from her own multimillion dollar fortune she’s been accumulating for 22 years.
The domestic abuse testimony from Britney’s son lead to a restraining order against Jamie in September 2019. Jamie then relinquished control of the conservatorship to Jodi Montgomery, Britney’s former “care manager,” through whom he can continue to oversee every binding clause. Ms. Montgomery also has a seedy history involving unlawful guardianship abuse.
Jamie also appointed Lou M. Taylor as Britney’s new business manager. This same Ms. Taylor was accused by Britney herself in 2007 for being a stalker. In a distressed email to her lawyer, Britney described Lou as “a crazy lady” who was somehow finding her addresses and delivering unwanted gifts and letters into her gated home. Lou insisted Britney was possessed and she needed to come over to “kill the spirits.” Britney asked to be left alone “a million times.” She was terrified to the point where she feared for her and her babies’ lives, afraid to be at home without security.
Lou then gained access to Britney in person by befriending her father and inviting him and Britney to participate in a religious “deliverance process” to purge their demons. Lou is allegedly the one who suggested to Britney’s parents to get her under a conservatorship the following year. She orchestrated the whole arrangement and now she’s on Britney’s payroll.
This saga has been was unraveling for 12 years. This is both public information and information from leaked calls, emails, texts, and court documents. Unless some of that information was falsified, this is not a theory. It is not just speculation from drama-hungry internet sleuths. It is not just a hashtag.
If an authentic, unbiased medical report can’t be produced we will never know if Britney’s supposed need for a conservatorship is warranted and just. In a July 2020 Zoom interview with her lifelong friend Jason, he stated “It has to be sneaky [in order to have a phone conversation with her]. I’ve had conversations with her, and she is completely fine. She should be able to make her own decisions. They’ve used that control over her, and I don’t think she’s really known how to fight against it. She’s really been a prisoner. I mean really. She has basically just been playing along with the script and kind of waiting it out. But waiting for, what, 12 years now? She’s a grown woman and she’s not mentally impaired [and does not] have any problems. There are a lot more people in control over their lives that have more mental problems than Britney Spears, and they’re not being put under a conservatorship. That’s for people in a coma/serious issues... this has been one of the first times in history that a conservatorship has been used in this way.”
Regardless of her mental health she has been unlawfully threatened, hospitalized, drugged, and exponentially exploited. A case like this calls for in-depth formal investigation performed by unbiased parties, and, per Attorney Wallet’s insistence, amendments to this arrangement must be made.
If you are in the Los Angeles area and care to express your thoughts, there will be a peaceful gathering outside Stanley Mosk Courthouse on Wednesday, July 22nd at 12:30pm. Britney and her father are due for a remote hearing around that time. Media will be present to help spread the message. Bring your PPE and signs.
Thank you for reading!
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2020.05.30 01:23 tonnie_taller Sweet Magnolias: Who Was In The Car With Kyle? Every Possible Passenger

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Who’s the unidentified passenger at the end of Sweet Magnolias season 1? Ever since the hit Netflix series released in May 2020, fans have been theorizing about who might’ve been in the car with Kyle Townsend (Logan Allen), a teenage resident of Serenity who suffers a mild meltdown after being ignored by his older brother Ty (Carson Rowland). Based on the evidence, numerous characters in _Sweet Magnolias_ could be the mysterious and potentially ill-fated passenger.
_Sweet Magnolias_ primarily focuses on Serenity adults, though the teenagers drive the narrative subplots. For example, Maddie Townsend (JoAnna Garcia Swisher) and Bill Townsend (Chris Klein) deal with a divorce, but it’s their children Ty, Kyle, and Katie (Bianca Berry Tarantino) who require the most attention. Meanwhile, Helen Decatur (Heather Headley) wants to have children but can’t find the right partner, and chef Dana Sue Sullivan (Brooke Elliott) looks after her teenage daughter, Annie (Anneliese Judge). Jamie Lynn Spears co-stars as Bill’s new love interest, Noreen Fitzgibbons, and Justin Bruening portrays Cal Maddox – a former Major League Baseball player who intrigues Maddie. The _Sweet Magnolias_season finale seemingly covers the main drama, but then a final act post-prom party results in a car accident, leaving the Serenity adults scrambling for their phones and hoping to reach their kids.
Related: Netflix’s Sweet Magnolias Cast Guide: Where You’ve Seen The Actors Before
In _Sweet Magnolias,_ Kyle consistently looks for a place to belong. His father cheats on his mother and then buys his older brother Ty a new car, seemingly to make himself look good. Kyle bonds with Annie, and the two plan to hang out after both are grounded on prom night. But then Annie goes to prom with Simon (Michael May), leaving Kyle alone while all the other kids have fun. Kyle’s spirits are then lifted by an admiring classmate, Nellie (Simone Lockhart), and the two play video games until several prom-goers arrive and essentially crash the party. During a post-prom scuffle between Jackson (Sam Ashby) and Ty, Kyle intercedes and defends Ty, but then runs out. Shortly after, Kyle is pulled from Ty’s vehicle, unconscious, and everyone wonders why he was driving. It’s then revealed that a passenger is still trapped in the vehicle – a huge cliffhanger as the first series installment comes to an end. Here’s a breakdown of who could be Kyle’s passenger at the end of _Sweet Magnolias._The last image of Ty shows him chasing after Kyle with Annie and Nellie. Because Ty has a bit of momentum leaving the home, it seems that he could quickly catch up with his younger brother, and because of their familial connection, Ty may have even agreed to let Kyle drive his vehicle, if only down the block, which connects to Maddie’s declaration that only Townsends are allowed to drive Ty’s ride. They may have immediately argued, which would be the most logical cause of the accident. Kyle has also been especially stressed after discovering that Cal’s baseball friend was only scouting him as a favor. Most likely, the _Sweet Magnolias_showrunners will use the accident as a way to bring Kyle and Ty closer, a narrative arc that could be served by having Ty in the car with Kyle.
Because Nellie isn’t a major character in Sweet Magnolias, she could be thematically used to develop Kyle’s character arc. It would be harsh to kill off such a young character, but it’s still possible that Nellie will emerge from the wreckage with minor injuries and then have a significant shared life experience with Kyle, one that will lead to something more. At the very least, they’ll be connected for life after surviving a car accident. If Nellie is indeed the passenger and makes it out okay, then expect the series’ teen angst to be transferred to a separate character in _Sweet Magnolias_season 2 (probably Ty).
Annie could be the mysterious passenger if only because she was one of the three people chasing after Kyle. After letting him down, she may have decided to make a conscious effort to reach him in the vehicle. Annie probably wouldn’t have approved of Kyle driving, which means that he would’ve spontaneously taken off. However, given Annie’s character arc and her importance to Dana Sue’s storyline, it’s unlikely that she’s the passenger. It seems more probable that her storyline in _Sweet Magnolias_season 2 will align with Ty and they’ll both feel guilty about upsetting Kyle, who will presumably survive the car crash, and thus grow as characters as the series progresses.
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In terms of storytelling, CeCe is directly connected to Kyle’s arc because of her relationship with Ty. It’s highly improbable that she’s the trapped passenger, but if she were to suffer any type of injuries in a car accident with Kyle, then that would create even more friction between the Townsend brothers. That friction would distract from the main source of Townsend conflict in _Sweet Magnolias_season 2, which connects to Bill’s return.
Simon could be used as a way to thematically bring Kyle and Annie closer. Prior to the accident, Simon was the main obstacle for Kyle while pursuing something more with Annie. Moving forward, though, Simon will probably continue to be a nice guy character who strengthens Annie’s arc, all the while creating minor conflict for anyone who may be interested in her. Expect Simon to be another confused spectator at the beginning of _Sweet Magnolias_season 2.
Online, some people have speculated that Noreen may have returned, off-screen, to Serenity. Before breaking up with Bill, she had a heart-to-heart with Kyle, and so it’s clear that they have a strong bond. If Noreen were injured in the accident, then that would presumably lead a grieving Bill back to Maddie. But since a romantic reunion already seems to be happening, then it wouldn’t make sense to add a huge emotional narrative burden that would disrupt their shared storyline moving forward. Bill and Maddie have already gone through enough together, which will seemingly be the foundation for their conflict in _Sweet Magnolias_season 2 on Netflix. Somehow, they’ll manage to make it work – if only for the children and because they need to give it one more shot before giving up completely.
If Cal is Kyle’s trapped passenger, then that would theoretically boost several character arcs. The chance is slim, but that may indeed be the point – a simple twist of fate. Cal may have spotted Kyle, tried to stop him, and failed, and that would be yet another reason why Maddie would keep her distance (and thus lead her back to Bill). If Kyle ends up being okay, along with Cal, then he and Ty can gripe about the arrogant baseball player while also discussing their father’s return, which is likely to be one of the main conflicts of Sweet Magnolias season 2 on Netflix.
More: What To Expect From Netflix’s Sweet Magnolias Season 2
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2020.02.11 05:38 ND_PC The r/MtvChallenge Fantasy Tournament: Redemption House - Day 17 (Round Three)

It’s the third round of the MtvChallenge redemption house, losers! This round will last two days only, and is a way of separating the above average from the mediocre. In other words, all teams entering this round have losers’ bracket experience, so hopefully, all teams have been hardened to the point of competing with reckless abandon. While the official Fantasy League™ teams don’t know the misery of suffering, the teams here have the stench of defeat trailing them everywhere they go. How exciting! Join us as losers continue to battle head-to-head to fight for redemption, coming back from embarrassing losses, terrifying finals, and (supposed) voter insanity. While you won’t enter back into the Winner’s Bracket, you may just find yourself the Ruler of Redemption.
Before we get to the voting, let’s recap last night’s match-ups.
Real World Bracket
Match 1.0
Well, u/mthompson22599, the voting public finally gave you what you deserved for picking both Tonya and Kenny. Your apologies couldn’t possibly defeat Leroy, Luke, Laurel, and Jaime in a grueling Rivals II Final. Honestly, Team Dutch Australians took this one because of Laurel. It’s okay, I’m not afraid to say what everyone else is too scared to say: Laurel is an unstoppable freak. She would have no issue shoving her teammates through the hard parts of this final and pushing them to help her solve the puzzles and basically bullying her way to a win. Laurel is the robot princess I don't deserve. One day I will build myself a robot and marry it, and its name will be Laurel, and it will have the same personality as Laurel Stucky - cold, detached, and somehow still capable of launching into a maniacal frenzy at the drop of a hat. But until that day, I’ll have to settle for watching Laurel feast on the minds, hearts, souls, and flesh of friend and foe alike. This imaginary final is no exception, as she is clearly the difference-maker in this final that involves endurance, puzzles, and digging (fun!). Congratulations to u/stayoutofthe-forest and u/dereleek07!
Match 2.0
Tangrams, Sudoku, Patterns, and more Sudoku spell doom for a team of Joss, Cooke, Nia, and Ty. Can you please have a moment of table-rage for Nia on my behalf? I’m being completely serious, I’m a huge Nia fan and hate to see her lose anything, ever. (I’m not a Nia defender, though… that would be something else entirely.)
But really, I cannot imagine that Joss, Nia, and Ty would successfully complete one puzzle, let alone four, to win a final. Joss doesn’t know how to strategize, so puzzles are definitely a no-no from him. Nia probably couldn’t keep her cool long enough to do a puzzle. Ty… well, on second thought, maybe he could successfully complete a tangram or patterns-based puzzle. Cooke would have to carry the team, and I don’t think she would be up to the task.
Team Adore Delano 2020 would have no such issue. Evelyn and Ashley would use their profound contemplative nature and keen insight to big-brain their way through the two sudoku puzzles, while Ace and Cohutta would use their superior charm and unmatched intellect to speed through Tangrams and the pattern-based puzzle.
In all seriousness, Adore Delano 2020 is probably the physically stronger team (though deceptively so!), and that would make a real difference in these tasks - especially the log-moving puzzle. They would maintain composure and have good teamwork throughout the final, and they would easily claim the victory. Congrats to u/honestkodaline and u/priorsloth!
Road Rules Bracket
Match 1.0
The Challenge godfather Mark Long has finally been eliminated from the Road Rules bracket, and who else to vanquish him than a team consisting of a psycho, a sweetheart, a sleezeball, and another psycho. Those players are, in no order, Abram, Diem, Rogan, and Melissa Reeves. Actually, that’s the real order. Abram is a psycho, Diem a sweetheart, Rogan a sleezeball, and Mel is another psycho.
The final starts with an eating challenge. Mark Long and his team of misfits are okay at this, but Rogan clears the table faster than he’s done anything in his life, except getting matching tattoos with Joss. He takes one for the team by eating even what his teammates cannot. (As he has many times before, he proves himself to be a sweetheart after all.) On the following army crawl, Melissa gets flashbacks to the mud from her epic elimination battle with Sylvia. She starts rolling in the mud uncontrollably and motivates her team to go faster and collect the artifact. She is so amped up from the visceral memories of kneeing Sylvia repeatedly for the sake of a ball that she carries the artifact all by herself to the next checkpoint. Later, on the balance beam obstacle course and the number-block puzzle, Diem and Abram team up to distract the other team so they are penalized as much as possible. Although they don’t quite get worked up to the point of nosebleeds, they succeed in a masterful display of teamwork. This team slightly ekes out Mark Long and co. Congratulations u/Gelado99! Better luck next time, u/thatstats969
Match 2.0
Okay, u/Switchstop is no longer the self-proclaimed “luckiest team in the tournament,” he’s also me-proclaimed that. That makes it semi-official, at least. Not only did this team experience a swimming-light final, but they also only barely won their matchup! And against a team of contestants all from the same season, too! Agh. Sorry, u/MattyRobsDW, this ends your time on the Challenge fantasy tournament. Take care of yourself, we’ll definitely be seeing you again. You had one of my favorite teams to root for, and I’m sorry to see you go.
But why did this happen? Why did this team of rookies only go 2-2 in finals? How could that possibly be? Well, as we all know, the Inferno final has to do with the seven deadly sins, and it seems like this team has a lot of repenting to do. The lust that Georgia and Bear had on their rookie season would certainly hold them back. The wrath that Morgan had after so many people misspelled her last name on the MtvChallenge fantasy tournament writeups would prove to be her downfall. Bear’s gluttony after being rejected by Georgia (ugh, if only Georgia was the player in that relationship) would incapacitate him to the point of being unable to run the final. Theo’s envy of the other Olympic athletes that wound up more athletically successful than him would eat away at him all throughout the final. The collective greed of these rookies would expose them as a team of pretenders rather than contenders, and their pride would compel them to continue to compete in spite of their shortcomings. In the end, their sloth (well, not Theo) would get the better of them, and they would roll over and submit to the cold grasp of defeat. Congrats to u/Switchstop, and better luck next year u/MattyRobsDW!
Now, let’s get to voting. Today is another DOUBLE DAY, so we will have TWO matchups from each bracket!
Real World Bracket
Match 1.0: u/rileymarks1 vs. u/Lalapalooza6252059
Final: The Duel
Winner’s Logic - neither team provided logic, so I will do so. These will probably end up being super subjective because Stolen by Dashboard Confessional just came on my shuffle so I’m working through this kind of quickly so I can go eat my feelings and perhaps also cry.
  1. You know my feelings on Frank Sweeney. I love him. Yes, earlier I said I’m a Nia fan and now I’m reiterating my fandom for Frank Sweeney. This tells you the type of viewer I am. I also was rooting for Cersei Lannister or the White Walkers to win the Game of Thrones. I like bad and vile characters, so sue me. But anyway, Frank is great because of how bad he is, and also because he has the physical ability to back it up.
  2. Jenny West is a FAKE PERSON, PHYSICALLY. But she’s a blast to cheer for and I can’t wait to see her on another season. She’s super strong and she was probably the rookie of the year, competition-wise (Sorry, Idris). She’s not the brightest light in the big city but she’s definitely capable of winning dailies and probably has the endurance and physical strength to run a final pretty well.
  3. Mitch was pretty relatable as a competitor. I wanted to be his friend. He is Cory’s cousin and idolizes Cory for no reason. But don’t we all have similarly-aged idols at all stages of life before we outgrow them as idols and realize what a terrible mistake we made? Yes, we do. Like actually. I took an adolescent psychology class and this is what it taught me. So Cory was Mitch’s version of that, who cares? It doesn’t change the fact that Mitch was a pretty good competitor with a knack for puzzles and would be a good teammate.
  4. Morgan Willett. No! You know what? I know nothing about this girl. I remember her glomming onto Bananas, which was a storyline I was tired of before it started. She seemed fit, but I really didn’t notice how well she did on challenges. She was the victim of a fellow rookie changing his vote so she would go into elimination with big bad Bananas, and now she hangs out on Bananas’s Instagram story from time to time. I’m pretty sure they went on a months-long vacation after their premature elimination on War of the Worlds. She seemed fit. Make whatever judgment you will on that.
  1. Jordan Wisely went from Sarah Rice some years ago to Tori Deal now. His chill:pull ratio is not 5:5, however, because he is seriously lacking in the chill department. He is one of the cockiest competitors to ever grace the show with his presence. He is a seriously talented dude, and he is a great narrator. He has awful facial hair and questionable style, but his fiancee and he are dedicated to growing together, so who knows how long either of those things will last? Dude is magnificent at representing the differently-abled community as he consistently defeats people in two-handed activities with only one hand.
  2. Stephen Bear is a lunatic! He is awful! His haircut in War of the Worlds 2 walked the fine line between hot and awful, and I think it landed on awful. But aside from being physically repulsive, he is always screaming and messing things up just for the heck of it. He brings completely manufactured entertainment to the show, like a personified version of the stunt that Bananas pulled with his sister and the notes. He is a decent competitor but he’s known for having a ton of followers and taking one round (of three) off Joss in a modified hall brawl. He eliminated Wes, sure. So bake him a cake or something. He’s not worthy of much more.
  3. Nicole Zanatta needs some serious speech pathology work. Her accent isn’t the worst thing about her voice. Her voice’s quality, pitch, rate, fluency, articulation, and tone all combine to make one of the most annoying noises we’ve ever had the displeasure of hearing on a show. She brings out the bi in a lot of women (which is awesome of MTV to show even if she doesn’t necessarily do it with the intention of being inclusive) but she pulls above her weight way too often. How! How. Literally how? If I had a fraction of her confidence in my dating life maybe I could get a date. Competition-wise, she’s easily in the Top 20% of women to ever compete on the show. But she was defeated by a hole in the ground, so she might not do well if the final includes running, as most do.
  4. Mandi Moyer has the appearance of a high school girl who wants to look really good for homecoming - fake tan, bleach blonde straightened hair, giant exposed forehead. This may only be because I grew up in New Jersey, but it seemed like there were plenty of girls trying to look older than they are at an event where literally nobody would be older than them. This is Mandi Moyer. She looks like Jennifer Anniston had a child with Jamie Lynn Spears and it got a so-so mix of genes. Yep! This is all I can remember about her. Please let this excellent description inform your decision.
The Duel Final Description - thanks to u/oxman88 for the description!
Match 2.0: u/cretetts vs. u/harsh-femme’s “Team Harsh Heauxs”
Final: Free Agents
[u/harsh-femme] “Team Harsh Heauxs”
Winner’s Logic
  1. Jodi - Jodi has been the “last woman standing” multiple times in her career. She started off her career by being the only woman to make the final of her road rules season and was the first female individual champion on “The Duel”. Jodi, a two time champion, has proven to be good in just about every challenge that she has completed in. Winning 9/15 challenges with the Rookies over the veterans or by winning 7/15 individual challenges in the Duel, a record for most individual or duo challenge wins in a season. Even in her “worst” season she was seen as easily the best girl on the cast. So much so that when the good guys switched to put her into elimination against Veronica, The Bad Asses were enraged and claimed they weren’t playing fair. She came back and was again the top female competitor and was seen as indispensible by her team. Among her many talents she excels in water based competition, blowing away her competition in “Rafty Race” and securing her spot in the final with beating even the men in “Paddle me.” Her pure physicality matches strength with speed and endurance (as seen in challenges like “Roller Derby” and “Ice breakers”. Jodi was so good on “The Duel” that she was practically the winner as soon as they announced the woman in the sand would be the one choosing her opponent, no woman felt they could stand a chance against her. She is truly in a class of her own amongst female competitors and consistently competes on a same level as even the top men.
  2. Jillian - Who would win in an endurance challenge that is just as difficult as a final? Darrell a previously undefeated endurance machine who is the reigning winner of Fresh Meat and a future 2 time champ or THE Jillian Zoboroski and a one and done rookie? Jillian is the little engine that could, going 5-1 for eliminations in her career (two on which came in the grueling exiles of Canada). Jillian could be a two time champion if not for Kina choosing to save her friend Ibis, by choosing Jillian who the team regarded as the stronger female competitor. She has shown she has grit and tenacity by winning a grueling “Turn Style” match that involved Landon and two much larger women and then beating a completely rested Wes and CJ shortly after. All three of her elimination wins on the Gauntlet two were also very psychical challenges that she who despite her size disadvantage. She is also very adept at puzzles which gave her the edge she need to win in exile. Jillian can be both a leader and a follower making her a very well rounded team player.
  3. Eric N - The man with the skipping rope. This endurance freak and fitness model was one of the first real athletes on the show. He appeared in many workout videos and fitness promotions where “As each workout video progressed, while the other participants remained fully clothed, Nies invariably removed layers of clothing until bare chested” because the is what the people wanted. Nies is a two time challenge champion (and one time host). He was one on three male winners on Battle of the Sexes 2 that consisted of one of the toughest male casts of all time. Eric was consistently one of the top males on the team and in a season where you could be voted out for not performing he was never in the conversation due to his consistency and sportsmanship. Eric and Dan went 6-0 as team leaders in challenges, ahead of great competitors like Theo Von (4-2), Mark Long (3-2) and Brad (4-1). He is the everything man with his top strength being endurance and cardio.
  4. Colin - Rounding out the team is arguably the best one and done competitor of all time in Colin Mortensen. He and Mark were far and away the top competitors for the dominant men’s team finishing 32 points ahead of the third place man (Jamie Murray 3x champ). I dug further into these numbers to filter for the top competitors on both teams (Getting in the top 2 for points in a mission). Out of 15 missions Colin was the top competitor 6 times, the only men to match that were Eric Nies and Antoine (was also was dead last for the men 3 times). Colin was the overall points leader for 9 of the 15 episodes with the next closest being Mark at 5. Of the 4 partner challenges, Colin was paired with a different partner every time and was part of the top pairs 4/4 times, showing his ability to work well with any partners. In the final Colin is the MVP for the men, he is a consistent positive voice and leader, saves the men in the puzzle section and is the fastest swimmer to the finish line.
[u/harsh-femme] “Team Harsh Heauxs”
  1. Tyler Duckworth Fresh off his first win in Cutthroat, Tyler is back and better than ever. On Rivals, Tyler - along with partner Bananas - won 3 daily challenges: Hammock Crawl, Against the Current and Sawed Off, demonstrating Duckworth’s strength, endurance, and ability to work in a team.
  2. Theresa Gonzalez In her 6th season on the show, Theresa was hungry for the win. She showed up with her original partner (Wes) and showed out, winning 3 challenges in the first 6 weeks: I Got You Babe, Open Arms and Don’t Forget About Me. She proved that she was strong, smart and brilliant swimmer. When she got eliminated right before the final, it was tough on her but she was able to come back a week later to replace Nia as Leroy’s ex… and she killed it, showing us all that she is a brilliant team member
  3. Da’Vonne Rogers Following a tough rookie season partnered with Jozea on Final Reckoning, Da’Vonne is back to prove that she’s a competitor. After winning the very first challenge, Impending Dune, Da’Vonne is picked by Bear as a partner and shows that no matter who she is partnered with, she’s ready to compete and can set aside differences to work together. As Bear’s partner, she won the Eye in the Sky challenge and defeated 2 teams on the killing floor: Leroy/Shaleen & Jenna/Gus. In WotW1, Da’Vonne proved that she had communication skills, patience, endurance and a hell of a lot of heart.
  4. Chet Cannon When you think of the Challenge Greats, Chet isn’t gonna be one of the guys that comes to mind initially, but he’s got a lot going for him that makes him an excellent team member! On BotS2, Chet competed with Sarah, JD, and Devyn as Team Brooklyn and managed to make it all the way to the final, winning 2 daily challenges along the way: Logged Out and Hunger Games. He and Sarah also managed to eliminate two teams (Brandon/Cara Maria and Mckenzie/Preston). He’s smart, politically savvy and works well with a team, making him a great addition to the team.
Free Agents Final Description - thanks to u/goddamnsundayscaries for the excellent description!
Road Rules Bracket
Match 1.0: u/LotteryBoundPod vs. u/joshyanks84’s “Team Pornos”
Final: The Gauntlet III
[u/joshyanks84] “Team Pornos”
Winner’s Logic
  1. Evan - at his peak an indomitable force, one who balanced politics and athleticism flawlessly; at his worst, chubby.
  2. Coral - an OG, one who has never lost an elimination. Even though her she dominated through politics, physically she was never one to back down.
  3. Nehemiah - at his worst he worst he had a showmance with Beth, otherwise he was Wes’ closest ally and a physically apt competitor. He beat Kenny although he then Lost to Big Easy in I can which essentially should negate the elimination in its totality. He went on to win his next season. Rivals 2 he was apart of the old boy 3 person team: himself, Evan, and mini Evan
  4. Avery - the only one not to have won on this team, her tenure is also the most ephemeral. I tried to see how well that hooking up dome elimination went and was curious if Johnny lost it for them or if Avery did, IDK. She’s stunning, charismatic, and has fire.
  5. That’s the dream team.
[u/joshyanks84] “Team Pornos”
  1. Jodi Weatherton – The Duel
    1. Two-time challenge champion
    2. Won 7/15 missions (5 on girls day), next highest girl was 3
    3. Never called out for elimination from pure fear
    4. Was ahead of Wes in the final until the puzzle stage (during the initial run)
    5. Finished 1st overall (guys and girls) in “Paddle Me” mission (a swimming motion on a paddle board)
    6. Weaknesses: Puzzles Strengths: Everything else
  2. Tyler Duckworth – Rivals
    1. Two-time challenge champion, Olympic swimming hopeful
    2. Only person to beat CT, Derrick and Bananas (x2) in elimination
    3. 3 daily wins, 1 elimination win in Rivals
    4. Kept pace well with a prime Bananas while sick in the final
    5. One of four men to win back-to-back seasons
    6. Tufts University Graduate
    7. Survived a “Choo-Choo” from CT
    8. Strengths: Everything Weaknesses: Madonna
  3. Tonya Cooley – Inferno III
    1. Won the Inferno III
    2. Second best performing women of the season, right behind Evelyn
    3. Solid final performance, didn’t slow team down through the running and swimming
    4. Very composed due to being her only season while she was married
    5. Strengths: Solid all around Weaknesses: Brute Strength, Davis
  4. Dunbar Merrill – Cutthroat
    1. Won Cutthroat
    2. First overall chosen male
    3. Won an elimination round
    4. Very strong final showing (12.7 miles of running)
    5. Strengths: Brute strength, endurance Weaknesses: Puzzles, pornography
The Gauntlet III Final Description - Written pre-tournament by my partner in crime, u/MandyMTV
Match 2.0: u/trebird1’s “Team Likability” vs. u/Upsidedown_Swan
Final: Invasion of the Champions
[u/trebird1] “Team Likability”
Winner’s Logic
[u/trebird1] “Team Likablity”
  1. Josh Martinez - although not the strongest male competitor will always give it his all and support his partners
  2. Kyle Christie - made a final in his rookie season beating the purge and a strong competitor like Tony and Leroy strong social game will do well in most finals I think
  3. Nany Gonzales - almost made the War of the Worlds 2 getting beaten by Smashley in the last elim before the final she was one of the 3 us members I actually was rooting for Leroy Kam and Nany I want her to win one final
  4. Sarah Rice - from what I’ve seen of Sarah 2 episodes of Rivals 3 and the money steal seems like she’s strategically sound and cutthroat will do anything to win I want to win another final with likeable teammates whose name isn’t Bananas.
[u/Upsidedown_Swan] - again, I will be providing logic because this user did not. At this point I have moved on from Dashboard Confessional and am blasting Lorde (my favorite artist) so I’m just gonna ride the waves here and do these pretty recklessly.
  1. MITCH! I already wrote about Mitch today! He is a puzzle dude who seemed like a normal person but had questionable taste in people. By that I mean he hooked up with Aneesa’s cousin and idolized his own cousin, Cory. To pull a quote from democratic candidate Amy Klobuchar, “Who does that?!” He is fine competitively, and a good teammate, but not the strongest dude out there so I have no reason to believe he would fare better than Kyle or Josh. He’s probably less emotional than Josh though. He’s good at drinking fake beer in finals.
  2. Pete Connolly made the final of his only season - Fresh Meat II. Yo, what gives, dude? Why didn’t you come back? Did you realize that you just made it onto a show with a recurring cast? Seriously, Pete was a good competitor (especially given the fact that his veteran partner was Jill Zoboroski LOL), and he more than held his own on his one season of the show. He’s only 32 years old, which is a similar age to Cara Maria and Zach, but I couldn’t imagine him ever being on a season again.
  3. Rachel Robinson was dope! She was on the first ever same-sex battle of the exes team with Aneesa! She also dated Veronica. While all of this was going on, she won two seasons and made a third final. She is probably in the Top 10 women of all time athletically - seriously! She’s really good at finals and she was really good at dailies as well.
  4. Jill Tuttle is Cohutta’s cousin. She is like the female Cohutta, but not as charming, and not as knowledgeable about the game they were playing. She also has a worse political game than Cohutta and isn’t as physically proficient. She has been on two total episodes of The Challenge. That makes her worse than Jozea, LaToya, and only slightly better than Alan Valdez. Do you even know who Alan is?! Exactly! Why would u/Upsidedown_Swan even pick Jill? Does this person know something we don’t? Is this person Jill in disguise?
Invasion of the Champions Final Description - thanks to the outstanding u/dtam3292 for the details!
Which of these teams deserves to move on in our quest to discover The Challenge Fantasy Draft’s Biggest Loser? You decide.
Voting ends at 10 PM EST Tuesday, February 11.
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2019.12.24 21:36 rainyhart Year in Review: JoJo Siwa 2019

Hey guys! Last year I compiled a few recaps of some of the girl's years, and it was a fun thing to do over my holiday break- so I decided to do it again this year. All of the events are mostly career based achievements, announcements, etc. So far I've only finished JoJo's (and boy was it a busy year), but I'd be willing to do any of the other girl's as well because they're fun to make. Let me know, or feel free to make your own!
January 11th- JoJo and BowBow Candy Kisses book released for pre-order

January 19th- "My Story" music video is released

January 22nd- Interview on Jimmy Fallon in NYC

January 30th- Met Elton John

February 1st- JoJo's Juice drink became available for purchase

February 13th- Announced JoJo's closet 2.0 release at Target

February 22nd- "Bop!" song is released

February 23rd- "Bop!" music video is released

February 26th- Nominated for "Social Music Star" and "Favorite TV Host" for Kid's Choice Awards

March 3rd- Announced Dance Moms JoJo tribute episode filming for March 30th

March 23rd- Attended Kid's Choice Awards and wins "Social Music Star" award

March 29th- Met Kim Kardashian and North West

March 31st- Released video "Babysitting North West" on Youtube

April 3rd- Announced cover for April/May issue of "Girls Life Mag"

April 4th- Announced "It's Time To Celebrate" music video premiere for April 13th, Celebrate EP release for April 12th, and 19 additional tour dates for D.R.E.A.M tour on sale April 12th

April 7th- Recieved a Tesla model X for early 16th birthday gift

April 9th- Celebrated 16th birthday with Nickelodeon to film a special

April 10th- Celebrated 16th birthday with family and friends at home / six flags for private Queen tribute band concert

April 12th- Celebrate EP released with songs "Bop!", "It's Time To Celebrate", "World Wide Party", and "#1u"

April 13th- "It's Time To Celebrate" music video released

April 15th- Began rehearsals for D.R.E.A.M tour

April 18th- Visited Wheeler Elementary in Omaha, Nebraska to talk to students and perform

April 20th- Visited Nebraska Medicine to visit with children

April 27th- Met Kanye West at tour rehearsals

April 29th- Announced "The Angry Birds Movie 2" role as Jay the hatchling

April 30th- Met with fans at Party City to promote tour

May 6th- JoJo's Closet 3.0 is released at Target

May 13th- Left California to start on first leg of tour

May 15th- New JoJo merch available at Walmart including two new dolls, birthday party supplies, new bows, and new apparel

May 17th- Opening night of D.R.E.A.M the tour

May 18th- JoJo's D.R.E.A.M birthday special premiered on Nickelodeon and music video for "World Wide Party" released

May 19th- Had 16th Birthday

May 27th- Teased #1U music video

June 7th- Threw ceremonial first pitch at Cubs baseball game in Chicago

June 8th & June 9th- Performed at Nickelodeon's Slimefest in Chicago as part of tour

June 11th- Announced 11 more U.S dates for tour

June 10th- Teased tour dates for U.K

June 15th- Addressed asbestos in make up products on Youtube channel

June 17th- Announced 4 tour dates for the U.K

June 19th- Rolling Stone interview published

June 25h- Announced partnership with Amazon for Prime Day

June 29th- "#1U" music video released

July 9th- Performed at first arena in Orlando, Florida to sold out show of 12,000 people during tour

July 12th- JoJo's closet 4.0 collection available at Target / Recieved 2019 National Finals Gala Teen Icon Award from Tremaine Dance Convention

July 15th- Limited JoJo products available for purchase on Prime Day for Amazon

July 16th- Announced additional tour dates to U.K leg

July 17th- Made TIME magazine's most influential people on the internet list for 2019

July 23rd- Guest appearance on Dance Moms for JoJo tribute episode

July 26th- Appeared at BuzzFeed's Internet LIVE! Show

July 28th- Recieved 10 Million subscribers plaque for Youtube on stage

July 28th- Limited edition JoJo themed hairdorables dolls become available

July 30th- Nia and Kendall come to Pittsburg, PA tour date

August 3rd- Performed on "All That" on Nickelodeon

August 6th- Performs in Omaha, Nebraska where mayor declares official "JoJo Siwa Day" for town

August 9th- JoJo shoes available for purchase at Walmart

August 10th- Flew to LA for 24 hours to attend "The Angry Birds Movie 2" premiere

August 13th- Met Ciara

August 17th- Nickelodeon's D.R.E.A.M tour special premiered

August 19th- New back to school merchandise available at Kohls

August 22nd- Interview and picture with TIME magazine published

September 9th- Announced 3 tour dates in Australia for January 2020

September 16th- Added two additional dates to Australian leg due to demand

September 29th- The JoJo and BowBow Show Show season 2 premiered on Nickelodeon's Youtube channel

October 2nd- Last show of D.R.E.A.M tour's U.S leg

October 3rd- "JoJo Siwa - Live To Dance" game app available for download

October 6th- Guest apperance on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians"

October 22nd- Added two more additional dates to Australian leg of tour (7 total)

October 30th- First show of U.K leg for tour

November 3rd- Performed at the O2 arena in London and set a record for youngest performer to book venue

November 7th- Last show of D.R.E.A.M tour's U.K leg

November 10th- New holiday line released at Target (including doll, jacket, and dress)

November 15th- Announced 50 tour dates in the U.S for 2020

November 19th- New sneakers and onesie merchandise available at Walmart

November 20th- Nickelodeon Slimefest dates announced for March 21st and 22nd of 2020

December 11th- Interview with Kelly on the Kelly Clarkson Show

December 13th- Won Streamy award for Youtube's Kids and Family subject category

December 14th-31st- N/A
(*Noted, forgot to mention she also met Jamie Lynn Spears, and briefly interacted with Iggy Azalea in passing. Possible others too.)
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2019.08.28 03:48 randomhuman98 K-Pop = Permanent Disney Stars

The way that K-Pop stars are trained, managed, and perform seem a lot like what would happen if Disney/Nickelodeon were to use their teen star techniques on adult.
Both Disney/Nickelodeon and K-Pop stars are trained to be jacks of all trades (sing, dance, act, play instruments, etc.). Both groups have management controlled images. Whenever, the stars break “character” their respective companies dump them. For example, Jamie Lynn Spears was dumped for her pregnancy and Hyuna was fired for dating.
At least the House of Mouse allows for their stars to date at all. Additionally, Disney stars do earn money instead of being forced into signing their lives away. Moreover, Disney/Nickelodeon stars are not forced to get plastic surgery, but they may require some hair dye (Ariana Grande has to dye her hair red to portray Cat Valentine).
K-Pop is not healthy to their stars, and their stans don’t seem to care enough to want change.
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2019.05.13 18:01 daprice82 Wrestling Observer Rewind ★ Mar. 26, 2001

Going through old issues of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and posting highlights in my own words. For anyone interested, I highly recommend signing up for the actual site at f4wonline and checking out the full archives.
1-1-2001 1-8-2001 1-15-2001 1-22-2001
1-29-2001 2-5-2001 2-12-2001 2-19-2001
2-26-2001 3-5-2001 3-12-2001 3-19-2001
  • "Even to the end, they couldn't be honest to their own employees." Those are the opening words from Dave Meltzer this week as we have arrived at the death of WCW.
  • I started doing these Rewinds here on Reddit almost 3 full years ago. It feels like the whole thing has been building up to this moment.
  • The following memo was sent to WCW staff by Brad Siegel on 3/16:
"In early January, we told you about an agreement that we had reached to sell WCW and its related assets. At that time, we said that we would apprise you of any changes to the way WCW operates. Effective Tuesday, March 27, WCW programming will begin a period of hiatus. During this hiatus, WCW will review its programming plans and determine the course of future WCW-branded entertainment events. On Wednesday, March 28, please plan to attend an all-staff meeting at 10 a.m. at the Power Plant, at which we will share with you further information regarding WCW plans. In the meantime, I hope that you will maintain the level of professionalism that distinguishes our organization, particularly as we prepare for the upcoming Panama City, Florida event. Thank you."
-- Brad Siegel
  • Don't believe the memo. There will be no temporary hiatus and relaunch of WCW under Eric Bischoff. As of this week, TBS announced they will no longer air wrestling on its stations after 29 years. What's left of the company (the name, trademarks, video library, and some contracts) is expected to be purchased by the WWF in the next 2 weeks. This story marks the end of the wrestling wars that began in 1983 when Vince McMahon began raiding talent from Verne Gagne and Jim Crockett and expanding his empire nationally. 18 years later, the war is finally over and McMahon stands as the sole survivor atop the mountain. Dave calls it the biggest news story in the modern era of professional wrestling.
  • In reality, this was probably inevitable anyway. It was clear that WCW was going to be sold because AOL didn't want to keep money-losing properties. And no matter who bought WCW, they were going to have a very steep hill to climb. WCW has had almost negative momentum for the past 2 years, the product was borderline unwatchable and it had a terrible stigma among fans. More importantly, the money losses were huge and only a billion dollar company could afford to take those kind of hits. To be quite honest, even if the Fusient/Bischoff sale had gone through, the odds for its long-term survival weren't good. WCW had simply dug itself too deep a hole to climb out of.
  • In his first major act as CEO of Turner Broadcasting, Jamie Kellner (who Dave says has always disliked pro wrestling) made the decision to cancel all wrestling programming on their networks. Doing so effectively killed the WCW/Fusient sale talks, since Fusient wasn't going to buy a wrestling company without a TV network to air it on. Those sale talks had already been rocky. The sale was prematurely announced in January because they wanted to announce it before the AOL/Time Warner merger was finalized. But despite being announced in January, the deal was never actually completed. Later in January, when Fusient examined WCW's books and realized that the company was in far worse shape than they had been led to believe, they lowered their offer from $75 million down to $48.7 million. That deal was accepted and in the process of being finalized when Kellner decided to cancel the TV shows. The plan was for Fusient to pay $5.7 million up front and then an additional $2.15 million-per-year over the next 20 years. As recently as just last week, everyone was still working towards finalizing that sale and it was thought that things were going ahead as planned. But then it all fell apart. It's funny because just one year ago, a company called SFX attempted to buy WCW and were in negotiations with Time Warner, who was was asking for $600 million. Only a year later, Fusient was almost able to buy it for $48.7 million. And now WWF is going to swoop in and buy the company for far less than that (Dave doesn't know the number yet, but the entire haul only cost WWF $4 million. Imagine, in only a year, WCW went from sale negotiations in the half a BILLION-range before finally selling for only $4 million).
  • Jamie Kellner, who took over the CEO job less than 2 weeks ago, didn't see wrestling as upscale programming. The final Nitro broadcast will air on 3/26 in Panama City. TBS will begin showing movies in the old Thunder time slot starting on 3/28 and in the Nitro time slot on 4/2. While Nitro and Thunder still did above-average ratings for TNT and TBS, wrestling still has a negative stigma and didn't pull in nearly the same advertising revenue that other, lower-rated shows pull. It's a problem that even WWF deals with, but it was especially bad for WCW since Russo came along and turned it into a trashy garbage show (which made advertisers nervous) and ratings were continuing to fall. So even if movies in those time slots do lower ratings, the network will make more money from it. Following the cancellation decision, Fusient made a last-ditch effort to try and secure a TV deal with FOX, but after 2 days of meetings with them, they couldn't come to a deal. At that point, Fusient officially backed out of the sale, clearing the path for WWF to purchase the corpse. Some of these decisions regarding WCW programming were made before Kellner took over as CEO. As far back as a year ago, there were plans to change the kind of programming on TNT and TBS and it was expected that Nitro would eventually move TBS and that Thunder might be dropped entirely. TBS has also gained syndication rights to air reruns of Seinfeld, Friends, Drew Carrey Show, and Everybody Loved Raymond, all of which greatly lessened the value of wrestling, since those shows in prime time would all bring in more advertising revenue. TBS spokesman Jim Weiss, when asked by WrestlingObserver.com about the situation, said, "We've decided professional wrestling in its current incarnation just isn't appropriate for the high-scale, upscale brand that we have built on TNT and TBS Superstation. We're no longer interested in carrying the product."
  • Dave also mentions that Jerry Jarrett made a proposal to attempt to buy WCW, although it was never considered very likely to happen, and Jarrett also pulled his offer when they found out the TV show was cancelled. There's been rumors that Jarrett may be planning to start a new company in the wake of WCW's demise but others have said that there's nothing to it (a year later, he'd be funding a little something called Total Nonstop Action).
  • So what will WWF do with WCW? That's still undecided. Last year, when WWF almost bought them, the idea was to keep WCW as a separate entity for a year or so to rebuild it and then do a big promotion vs. promotion feud (which WWF would ultimately win, of course, and then absorb WCW). But that was dependent on WCW still having TV shows, which it no longer has. Right now, all the key backstage WWF people, including McMahon himself, are overworked to the point of exhaustion due to running both the WWF and the XFL. Adding another full promotion to operate and attempt to rehabilitate would be too much for some. A lot of people backstage wish the company would give up on the XFL idea and dedicate that energy to WCW because Vince McMahon actually knows how to promote wrestling, whereas his luck isn't going so good with football. But to do that, Vince would need to get Viacom to open up one or two prime time spots on one of their networks (likely TNN on Tuesday or Wednesday) in order to air WCW shows. Dave thinks TNN might go for it because WWF has been a huge success for their network.
  • I'll just paste this sentence here since it seems slightly relevant: "There is also the chance that McMahon would pick and choose who he wants for a minor invasion angle, which would leave the majority of the wrestlers, announcers and office personnel out of work."
  • It's unclear how WCW's contracts will be handled. Many of WCW's top stars are making waaaaaaay more money than WWF's top stars and also have limited dates. If McMahon picks up those contracts, he would have to honor them which would greatly upset the WWF payscale and probably piss off a lot of his own talent. Most of the wrestlers have contracts on 90-day cycles so those will likely be phased out as the cycles expire and then Vince can try to re-sign whoever he wants to keep, at lower salaries. Time Warner may continue to pay out some of these deals, but all that stuff is still up in the air right now.
  • None of the wrestlers were told anything at the PPV or the 3/19 Nitro tapings. In fact, none of them were even told that the TV show had been cancelled, although the decision had already been made and many people already knew. On the 3/19 Nitro, it was announced that next week's show would be the final show "of the season" but no explanation of what that meant or acknowledgement that the show was cancelled, although by that point, the media had started reporting it. And even when the rumors started going around, many believed it was just a work, because after so many Bischoff and Russo work-the-boys angles, nobody in WCW trusts management or believes anything anymore.
  • Some think the decision to cancel the programming was ill-timed. In wrestling, it doesn't take long for ratings to turn around if the company can get hot. WWF was nearly cancelled by USA not so long ago, and within 2 years, they went from getting bitch-slapped weekly by WCW to becoming a billion dollar company. Some feel Bischoff should have been given a chance first before Kellner decided to pull the plug. Plus, with the impending baseball lockout and SAG strike, wrestling could be valuable programming later this summer. TBS execs have often tried to cancel WCW in the past, especially in the early 90s. But Ted Turner was loyal to the business (it was the first ratings hit his new Superstation TV network ever had) and he always kept it around, even when it was losing money. But Turner doesn't have power over those decisions anymore since the company had been sold.
  • And from here......Dave recaps the history of this company, in all its incarnations. Starting with Ted Turner starting his station in Atlanta in 1972. Georgia Championship Wrestling becoming a ratings hit, the golden years of the early 80s, the Black Saturday/Vince McMahon debacle of 1984, the rise and fall of Jim Crocket Promotions, Ted Turner purchasing JCP in 1988 and forming WCW, the dark days of the early 90s, the ascension of Eric Bischoff to power. That in turn led to him throwing around big money to sign guys like Hogan, Savage, Hall, and Nash and launched Nitro to compete with Raw. The NWO, 83-week winning streak, Goldberg, Dennis Rodman....WCW simply caught fire and was the biggest company in the world. For perspective on how much WCW was dominating the war, in 1997, WCW's Starrcade did 640,000 PPV buys while WWF's Wrestlemania only did 237,000. But then, of course, they self-destructed under their own repeated mistakes, Steve Austin got nuclear hot, Russo, Radicalz, Arquette, and here we are. Dave goes into all the reasons WCW failed, but I think we've covered that to death already. Dave says that while WCW was on top, they never planned for the future. They were on top and thought the ride would never end. Dave says you could write a book on all the things WCW did wrong that led to their demis (Bryan Alvarez reads this issue and strokes his chin, pondering...)
  • Did you know there's also non-WCW news? Vince McMahon made headlines this week during an HBO interview with Bob Costas on his new "On The Record" show. The interview lasted 30 minutes and was about half-XFL and half-WWF and boy did it get unpleasant when Costas pushed Vince on certain topics and Vince lost his temper. To most non-wrestling fans, Vince came off like a raving lunatic and that was the general consensus among sports talk radio shows nationwide the next day. The XFL part of the conversation was fine. McMahon bullshitted Costas on some things, which Dave is glad to point out the inaccuracies, but overall, things were going well at first. But Vince began getting defensive as Costas pushed back on some of his answers. Then the subject turned to WWF and the show went off the rails. Costas showed a clip of the Vince/Trish angle from a few weeks ago and asked how he could defend it. When Costas asked about kids imitating the crotch-chops and "suck it!" phrases, Vince lost it completely. He screamed at Costas, "Don't raise your voice at me!" (even though Costas hadn't) and then compared Costas to Phil Mushnick. He got even madder and stuck his finger in Costas' face and told him to "shut your mouth" and repeatedly referred to Costas as an "elitist" who has it out for wrestling, to which Costas replied that Vince knows full well that Costas had been a wrestling fan for most of his life. In fact, Dave points out, Costas even did radio announcing for pro wrestling back in the day. He was even scheduled to be a guest at Wrestlemania 7 but pulled out over the Gulf WaWWF controversy. Just last year, Costas did the introduction on a documentary about the St. Louis wrestling scene and Sam Muchnick.
  • And then Costas brought up the Lionel Tate murder case, involving the 12-year-old in Florida who killed a 6-year-old girl and claimed it was accidental because he was doing wrestling moves on her. Tate was convicted of murder and sentenced to life without parole. Dave thinks Costas made a mistake here because the jury didn't buy the wrestling connection (the girl's fatal injuries proved she has suffered a sustained brutal beating, not a move gone wrong) and using this as ammo against Vince made Costas look bad. But of course, not nearly as bad as Vince made himself look in response. Vince accused Costas of not knowing his facts (true in this case, although snarling it angrily at him likely didn't earn Vince any sympathy from viewers). Costas asked about the objectification of women and Vince said the women on the roster willingly do the angles and are free to say no at any time (although, of course, you know how much Vince loves when talent refused to do something. Refusing to go along with sexual angles sure didn't work in Sable's favor). Dave says Lita and Trish just recently did interviews and Lita admitted being uncomfortable doing the recent shower scene angle and the lingerie angles. And Trish said she hates that her niece isn't allowed to watch the show and that she still gets taunted by other kids in school who do watch it. Anyway, throughout the interview, as he got mad, Vince did his best to look intimidating, but Dave doesn't believe he ever would have physically done anything to Costas, because that would have likely destroyed the NBC relationship, tanked the stock, and lord knows what else. But regardless, Vince came off looking like a pretty big embarrassment in this whole thing, in Dave's opinion. (Here's a quick clip of some of it, where you see that Vince is annoyed. But most of the "juicy" good parts of the interview seem to have been completely scrubbed from the internet. Funny how that works).
WATCH: Vince McMahon on the Bob Costas HBO show
  • WCW Greed, the final major PPV for WCW, is in the books and there wasn't even a hint to the public that anything was amiss even though everyone knew the news by this point. It was sad to watch because it was not only a good show, but WCW finally started doing the things they should have been doing for the past 18 months. Good booking, good matches, real attempts to elevate lower talent, etc. It wasn't all good news though. Buff Bagwell and Lex Luger complained bitterly about putting over Chuck Palumbo and Sean O'Haire. Finally they agreed to do the match (scheduled for 8 minutes) but then they decided to go into business for themselves. So they ended up letting O'Hair and Palumbo squash them in under a minute and then oversold the finish to a ridiculous degree for several minutes after. Apparently a lot of the agents and even other wrestlers backstage were said to be furious and Dave thinks neither man had much of a chance of getting signed by WWF anyway (Luger especially), but they definitely didn't help their chances with this sort of behavior. And in a fitting end to WCW, the match featuring Ric Flair and Dusty Rhodes ended up getting by far the biggest reaction of the entire show. It was an embarrassment of a match, with Dusty doing the Rikishi stinkface in his underwear. But arguably no 2 names represent this company and its history more than Flair and Dusty and they were hugely over.
  • Other notes from the PPV: Jason Jett (formerly EZ Money in ECW) worked the opening match and that makes him an interesting historical footnote. He now becomes the only person to have worked both ECW and WCW's final PPVs (so this dude still wrestles, and I think that would be a great gimmick for him. The guy you book for your final PPVs. If Impact or ROH ever folds, they should give him a call for the final show). Elix Skipper and Kid Romeo became the cruiserweight tag team champions. Kidman and Mysterio had been told for weeks they were winning the tournament, but it got changed the day of the show. They weren't happy but they kept it professional and it ended up being a great match (they end up winning the belts on the final Nitro, so it's fine). And Scott Steiner retained the title in the main event, in a match he had to gut his way through because his back was killing him.
  • The heat between the WWF and Jerry Lawler has unexpectedly caused Power Pro Wrestling to lose its WWF developmental deal due to their decision to put Lawler and Stacy Carter on TV. Earlier in the week, WWF had asked PPW promoter Randy Hales not to use Lawler on TV (he had been off for several weeks and they were planning an angle for his return anyway). That same week, the local TV station called Hales and insisted that he bring Lawler back because ratings are shit and Lawler is a huge local draw in Memphis. When Hales reported that to WWF, they told him if Lawler came on TV, they'd pull the deal. Stuck in between two choices, Hales chose to obey his local TV bosses and put Lawler on TV. Lawler and Carter did a long interview on the show, explaining in detail why he left WWF. He talked about the angle with RTC and how it was supposed to play out, how Jim Ross and Vince McMahon handled Carter's firing and his own quitting and saying he still didn't know why she was fired. Lawler never knocked the WWF and just gave his straightforward version of the story. Anyway, WWF responded as promised, by pulling all their developmental wrestlers out of the company. Dave thinks the real losers in this situation are the young wrestlers, who benefit by working regular shows in front of crowds several times a week and now that has been taken from them.
  • This week's XFL game on NBC was the lowest rated prime time television show in the history of the 4 major networks. Behind the scenes, there's serious doubt about the future of the league. If the XFL comes back for a second season, it's already a lock that it won't air on Saturday nights on NBC anymore, as the network has already begun looking to produce inexpensive dramas to air in that time slot next year. If the XFL sticks around, it may move to an afternoon time slot. There's also been talks of moving the games to CNBC, which would be a death knell for the league. McMahon also made headlines in an interview about the XFL where he trashed Jesse Ventura's commentary performance. McMahon said, "He's on thin ice. We've made mistakes and I think our biggest one was our selection of announcers. We need football announcers, not WWF announcers. Our research shows people don't like him on the XFL. He's too over the top. Hyperbole turns people off. They know when you're telling the truth." Many feel like this is Vince attempting to get Ventura to quit. Ventura is thought to be the highest paid person in the XFL (players and coaches included) and Vince isn't enjoying honoring that contract anymore. Ventura has yet to respond and he was still doing commentary on this week's game.
  • Kenta Kobashi had surgery on his right knee this week, and it's the 4th surgery he's had on that one knee in the last 2 months. In fact, he had another surgery on it last year, so this is the 5th time he's had surgery on his right knee. There's word he still may need another operation soon before he can come back. There's still talk of Kobashi returning to the ring, although it will be a very long time. Dave doesn't know how he can possibly return and thinks he'll be in a wheelchair by the time he hits his mid-40s. Dave doesn't outright say it, but he talks about how the injuries aren't worth having a diminished quality of life in your later years and he seems to really wish Kobashi would hang it up, for his own sake (we're still more than a decade away from that happening. In fact, he still has a few 5-star classics and a legendary title run ahead of him. He's 51 years old now and while not in a wheelchair, he definitely moves around pretty gingerly these days).
  • Scott Norton won the IWGP title from Kensuke Sasaki this week. On the surface, this seems like a terrible move because, well, Scott Norton is awful and past his prime. But Dave suspects he'll be a transitional champion and predicts he'll lose the title at the May 5th Fukuoka Dome show (he doesn't even last that long. He loses it in April). NJPW has spent more than a year grooming Manabu Nakanishi for the top spot, though Dave doesn't think he's very good either. But better than Norton at least. So that's Dave's guess. (Nope. Norton ends up losing it to Kazuyuki Fujita instead.)
  • Scott Hall worked the full NJPW tour and....it went well. Apparently he behaved and stayed out of trouble the whole tour and all the wrestlers in Japan enjoyed working with him. He's expected to return next month and may be put with Masa Chono in a tag team.
  • BJW wrestler Ryuji Yamakawa suffered a fractured skull and brain hemorrhaging after a spot gone wrong during a match. He was supposed to be choke slammed over the top rope to the outside through a table, but he missed the table and hit his head on the concrete floor (he ends up being out for the rest of the year but returns in December).
  • Road Dogg did an interview this week and talked about being fired by WWF. He talked about his drug addiction issues and said he still has good days and bad days and it's a constant battle. He says he got messed up before a match but still went out and wrestled anyway (the match aired on Heat). He tried to apologize to Vince McMahon after the match but Vince brushed him off and was too busy. So he went to Bruce Prichard and apologized and tried to explain that he's going through a bad divorce right now. The next day, Prichard and Jim Ross told him he was suspended and to go home. A few weeks later, he was fired and hasn't spoken to anyone since. Road Dogg said he wasn't bitter about it, since they made him a star in the first place and he understands why they did what they did. He blamed himself and said he was putting others at risk by getting in the ring impaired. He admitted that WWF had paid for him to go to rehab twice before in the past. He said the divorce is still ongoing and he hasn't seen his kids in 2 months because of it. He said he had spoken with Johnny Ace about going to WCW but obviously, that ship is sailing. So for now, he's planning to work indies.
  • Ken Shamrock injured his neck training and will have to pull out of his scheduled fight with Igor Vovchanchyn at this week's PRIDE show. Shamrock is going to be replaced by Tra Telligman, who has the unfortunate luck of stepping into the ring against Vovchanchyn on almost no notice (Telligman actually ends up winning the fight in a major upset).
  • Antonio Inoki did an interview talking about how WCW is folding and said he wants to bring in Goldberg to fight for PRIDE (obviously never happened. Goldberg has always said that he wishes he had done MMA when he was younger, but by the time the opportunity arose, he was too old. I mean, really, what kind of professional wrestler starts an MMA career in their mid-30s? Can you imagine?)
  • Notes from the next-to-last episode of WCW Monday Nitro: it was a very strange show, Dave thinks. It opened with an "R.I.P. DDP" video that Dave thought was a little tasteless considering all the real wrestling deaths over the years that they have always ignored. The weirdest part of the show came when they aired a phone interview with Eric Bischoff. He talked about his attempts to buy the company but mentioned that they had hit a roadblock that may be impossible to overcome. Bischoff announced that next week's Nitro would be the final show "of the season" and said that all the titles will be at stake. It was never announced that next week will be the end of WCW, so they're trying to keep hope alive. On commentary, Schiavone made reference to the fact that WCW has been on Turner stations for 29 years, but he never outright acknowledged that the show and company are done. They ran a few angles, like promoting a Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Shawn Stasiak match for next week, where the loser must get a tattoo. Dave thinks doing angles and storylines is kind of a moot point now. Scott Steiner is scheduled to defend the title against Booker T next week but that's touch and go due to a back injury. He's scheduled for an MRI this week but may not be able to wrestle.
Eric Bischoff phone interview strongly hinting that WCW is dead
  • Also on Nitro, there was a Rick Steiner vs. Konnan match that was just about the most unprofessional shit Dave has seen in a long time, with Steiner stiffing Konnan with hard shots. Dave thinks it was probably the longest 5 minutes of Konnan's life because Rick was beating the absolute shit out of him. The match started to fall apart because Konnan started trying to avoid the hits to protect himself and he was legit knocked out at 2 separate points and is thought to have suffered a concussion. Dave doesn't know if Konnan pissed somebody off or if Rick Steiner just figured, "fuck it, the company's dead, I can do whatever I want now" and decided to be a bully. But either way, Dave thinks it was bullshit. The match was supposed to end with Shane Douglas running in to hit Steiner and let Konnan get a cheap win, but Steiner refused to do the job, so they did a DQ finish instead. (Yeah, this match is a mess. It starts out okay, but midway through, Rick obviously gets pissed about something and from then on, it's just a massacre. Rick has talked about this in interviews. TL;DR - he didn't like Konnan. Thought he was reckless and blamed him for injuring Lex Luger. Said they were in the match and he was trying to call moves and Konnan wasn't listening. And he knew WCW was finished so he just said, "fuck it" and beat the fuck out of Konnan for real, because he felt like it and he could. So...yeah.)
WATCH: Rick Steiner shoots on Konnan in match on Nitro
  • Hey, speaking of Rick Steiner, he was involved in a backstage skirmish this week when Chuck Palumbo tried to stand up to him during an argument. It didn't go well for Palumbo, with Rick taking him to the ground and twisting him into a pretzel before they were separated. Also, Sean O'Haire and Jason Jett got into a backstage fight that ended with O'Haire choking him out in 30 seconds.
  • More fun backstage stuff in WCW. Johnny Ace and Lex Luger got into a big blowup argument because Luger has been complaining about doing jobs for people. He compared himself to a Ferrari and said if you keep hitting a Ferrari with a sledgehammer, soon it becomes worthless. Johnny Ace didn't back down and Luger was still ordered to go out there and do the job, which earned Ace a lot of respect in the locker room. For so long in WCW, top guys would simply complain about not wanting to do jobs, and management would give in to their demands and change the finishes, so not backing down to Luger got Ace over with the boys. The problem, of course, is that even when doing jobs, Luger has been going out of his way to make the matches bad and make his opponents look like shit, so beating him doesn't get anybody over (I guess Rick Steiner refusing to put over Konnan wasn't a Johnny Ace decision).
  • Various WCW notes, perhaps for the final time: David Flair is said to be improving. He's been wrestling on the NWA Wildside indie shows. Ron & Don Harris and Mark Jindrak are the latest WCW guys to be released. And Viewers Choice in Canada was furious with WCW because nobody in the company ever contacted them to inform them that the 4/15 PPV that was scheduled had been cancelled, even though the decision was made by WCW weeks ago.
  • The post-Wrestlemania plan is for babyface Triple H to feud with a heel Steve Austin. In fact, Austin is expected to be aligned with Vince in order to get him over as a heel. Dave thinks the idea is for Vince to help Austin defeat The Rock at WM to win the title (yup). Dave doesn't know if this is a great idea. On Raw this week, Rock was booed while Austin got a monster babyface reaction from the crowd. Doesn't really seem like the crowd wants Austin to turn heel. Now that word is out about the planned Austin heel turn, Dave wonders if they'll still go through with it. Also, while predicting Wrestlemania, he talks about the Shane/Vince street fight and figures they'll do the ol' Linda-rises-from-her-wheelchair gimmick (yup) and that Foley will get involved to help cost Vince the match (yup).
  • Notes from Raw: former (and final) ECW champion Rhino debuted, using that same name, and speared Jeff Hardy. He was wearing an ECW shirt, which leads Dave to believe they may be doing an ECW invasion angle soon. Dave talks about how Edge, Christian, and Rhino are all friends dating back to their pre-WWF indie days in Canada. Chris Jericho peed in Regal's tee. Chyna returned. And Spike Dudley also debuted, aligning himself with his Dudley brothers. During the show, security was confiscating signs like crazy. Anything that went against the storylines, pro-WCW signs, negative-babyface signs (particularly anti-Rock signs), and tons of Jerry Lawler signs were all confiscated. On the flip side, they repeatedly showed close-ups of negative Bob Costas signs. After the show went off the air, Austin recovered (from the Rock Bottom he had taken at the end of the show) and did a hilarious Hogan routine, ripping his shirt and doing the poses and whatnot, while drinking beer. Then a fan hit the ring and Austin threw him down and held him down with a knee to the back of his neck until security carted him away.
  • Shawn Michaels' return is imminent and he will almost surely be at Wrestlemania. The idea is to do an angle to eventually lead to his in-ring return in the next month or two, probably at the April PPV after Wrestlemania (yup, that was the plan, but it gets scrapped when Shawn's drug problem rears its ugly head again).
  • Former ECW wrestler Chris Chetti had a couple of WWF tryout matches, one with Taka Michinoku and the other with former ECW star Nova, who was also getting a tryout. The Nova match was said to be pretty bad. Chetti also was criticized backstage for showing up not looking to be in top physical shape, so probably not a good omen for his chances of getting signed. Speaking of ECW wrestlers, Tommy Dreamer is said to be a sure thing to be signing with WWF soon.
  • Announcers on both Raw and Smackdown have been bitterly complaining about the media being unfair to the XFL. It's obviously a directive from Vince and Dave thinks it's pretty pathetic hearing Tazz and Michael Cole on Smackdown acting indignant about the media's treatment of the XFL, when they aren't even involved in the league. At least Jim Ross is an XFL commentator. Anyway, Jim Rome talked about it on his radio show, saying the XFL is failing because it sucks, not because the media is being unfair. Rome was particularly critical of the sleazy-attempts to make it like pro wrestling and said if people want to see strippers, they'll go to a strip club instead of watching women on TV who of course aren't going to actually show anything on NBC.
  • Chyna noted that she's doing a second Playboy photo shoot soon (not very soon. Ended up being in 2002, long after she leaves WWF).
  • TSN's Off The Record is going to do 3 episodes on wrestling in the week before Wrestlemania. The first will focus on the Hardyz and Lita, while the 2nd episode will focus on Canadians like Venis, Jericho, Edge, and Christian. Word is that one is interesting because they apparently didn't have many nice things to say about the XFL and also talked about a union. Dave doesn't know what exactly was said yet since he hasn't seen it, and who knows what may be edited out later. Val Venis in particular is very politically outspoken and is anti-union so it could be interesting. And the third episode focuses on Kurt Angle which is said to be really good.
  • Speaking of Kurt Angle, in a recent column on WWF.com, Jim Ross said Kurt Angle is the most talented performer he's ever seen with his level of experience. Dave has been considering that question and....he can't disagree. Angle's only been doing this for 2 years and the only people Dave can think of who might come close to being that good after only 2 years are Owen Hart, Jun Akiyama, and Kenta Kobashi. But Dave thinks Angle is an all-around better performer than any of them were at the same stage in their careers. Dave says it's ridiculous to call someone a future all-time great after only 2 years, but unless his career gets derailed by an injury or something, he thinks it's damn near a guarantee that he will be. (I hate that younger fans only know Kurt as goofy, glazed-eyed grandpa GM who can barely move these days. That guy was an absolute force of nature in the early-2000s).
  • Remember a few months back when the Rock's dad, Rocky Johnson, got into a whole bunch of trouble at a community center he was working at? Allegedly fondled a woman without her consent, was accused of stealing gym equipment, having sex with a co-worker in a back room while kids were present, asking a 12-year-old to play strip poker, wearing vulgar shirts around kids, talking about the size of his dick in the presence of kids, and that several children at the center were injured when they were left unsupervised while wrestling and boxing with each other. Anyway, the state has decided not to press any charges against him. According to the prosecutor's office, they had sufficient evidence to charge Johnson for sexual assault for the woman he allegedly groped, but the case fell apart because the victim didn't want to come forward because she knew her name would come out and it would be a high profile case because of who Rocky's son is. And the rest of it fell apart for various reasons (misunderstandings, hearsay, not enough evidence, etc.). So he's going to skate on all of it.
  • Kane worked a show for Heartland Wrestling, which has its own agreement with WWF as a developmental promotion. Kane defeated Leviathan (Batista) in the main event. Benoit was announced as appearing at the next show.
  • Rhino and Jerry Lynn appeared in Memphis Championship Wrestling and it looks like they're planning to do an MCW vs. ECW type of angle. But considering Rhino just debuted on WWF TV, it's unlikely that he's going to be spending much time working in MCW.
  • Howard Stern had 2 XFL cheerleaders on his show. They did nothing but complain about their jobs the whole time, saying they were told they would be involved in storylines and promised they would have more TV time, but it hasn't happened.
WEDNESDAY: The Death of WCW, Act II
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A woman is forced to question her own identity in this riveting and emotionally charged thriller by the blockbuster bestselling author of The Good Girl, Mary Kubica
Jessie Sloane is on the path to rebuilding her life after years of caring for her ailing mother. She rents a new apartment and applies for college. But when the college informs her that her social security number has raised a red flag, Jessie discovers a shocking detail that causes her to doubt everything she’s ever known.
Finding herself suddenly at the center of a bizarre mystery, Jessie tumbles down a rabbit hole, which is only exacerbated by grief and a relentless lack of sleep. As days pass and the insomnia worsens, it plays with Jessie’s mind. Her judgment is blurred, her thoughts are hampered by fatigue. Jessie begins to see things until she can no longer tell the difference between what’s real and what she’s only imagined.
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2018.01.24 02:22 sconce2600 The List 2018: Who's out!

The Lineup has been released! Bold denotes acts that ended up on the lineup.
Out due to gigs at AT&T Park (Capacity: 41,915)/Levi's Stadium (Capacity: 75,000) in San Francisco and Santa Clara CA
Out due to gigs at Shoreline Amphitheatre (Capacity: 22,500) in Mountain View CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Oracle arena (Capacity: 19,596) in Oakland CA
Out due to gigs at the Golden One Center (Capacity: 17,608) in Sacramento CA
Out due to gigs at the SAP Center (Capacity: 17,496) in San Jose CA
Out due to gigs at the Concord Pavilion (Capacity: 12,500) in Concord CA (May through November)
Papa Murphy's Park at Cal Expo in Sacramento CA
Out due to gigs at the Greek Theatre (Capacity: 8,500) in Berkley CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (Capacity: 7,000) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Masonic (Capacity: 3,165) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the City National Civic (Capacity: 2,850) in San Jose CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Warfield (Capacity: 2,300) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Mountain Winery (Capacity: 2,278) in Saratoga CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Fox theater (Capacity: 2,250) in Oakland CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at UC Theatre (Capacity: 1,400) in Berkley CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Fillmore (Capacity: 1,050) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Regency Ballroom (Capacity: 1,050) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the August Hall (Capacity : 1,000) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Mezzaine (Capacity: 1,000) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Uptown (Capacity: 863) in Napa CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Bimbo's 365 (Capacity: 685) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Great American Music Hall (Capacity: 600) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Cornerstone (Capacity: 600) in Berkeley CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Chapel (Capacity: 500) in San Francisco CA
Out due to gigs at the Slims (Capacity: 500) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Independent (Capacity: 500) in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to playing Blurry Vision Fest in Oakland CA (May 12th-13th)
Out due to playing Bottlerock in Napa CA (May 26th-28th)
Out due to playing Clusterfest in San Francisco CA (June 1st-3rd)
Out due to playing Burger Boogaloo in Oakland CA (June 30th-July 1st)
Out due to playing Sonoma Harvest in Glen Ellen CA (September 22nd-23rd)
Out due to playing Flow festival in Finland (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Boardmasters festival in the UK (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Way out West festival in Sweden (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Smukfest in Denmark (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Oya Festival in Norway (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing SonneMondSterne Festival in Germany (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Boomtown Fair in the UK (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Haven Festival in Denmark (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to Sziget Festival in Hungary (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Haldren Pop Festival in Germany
Out for other reasons
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2017.06.15 06:48 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 2007 (out of the 5,337 films released worldwide that year.)

  1. Care Bears: Oopsy Does It! (Director: Davis Doi)
  2. Continental, un film sans fusil (Director: Stéphane Lafleur)
  3. Her Best Move (Director: Norm Hunter)
  4. Meet The Robinsons (Director: Stephen j. Anderson)
  5. Moondance Alexander (Director: Michael Damian)
  6. Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium (Director: Zach Helm)
  7. Ratatouille (Directors: Brad Bird + Jan Pinkava)
  8. The Fox + The Child (Director: Luc Jacquet)
  9. The Secret Of The Magic Gourd (Director: Frankie Chung)
  10. Where Is Winky’s Horse (Director: Mischa Kamp)
  1. A Plumm Summer (Director: Caroline Zelder)
  2. Alvin + The Chipmunks (Director: Tim Hill)
  3. Americanizing Shelley (Director: Lorraine Senna)
  4. Are We Done Yet? (Director: Steve Carr)
  5. August Rush (Director: Kirsten Sheridan)
  6. Battle For Terra (Director: Aristomenis Tsirbas)
  7. Beauty and the Beast: A Latter-Day Tale (Directors: B.J. Alexander + Brian Brough)
  8. Becoming Jane (Director: Julian Jarrold)
  9. Bee Movie (Directors: Steve Hickner + Simon J. Smith)
  10. Believe (Director: Loki Mulholland)
  11. Bratz (Director: Sean McNamara)
  12. Bride + Doom (Director: Michael S. Lucas)
  13. Bridge To Terabithia (Director: Gabor Csupo)
  14. California Dreaming (Director: Linda Voorhees)
  15. Caramel (Director: Nadine Labaki)
  16. Christmas Story (Director: Juha Wuolijoki)
  17. Christmas In Wonderland (Director: James Orr)
  18. Closing Escrow (Directors: Armen Kaprelian + Kent Llewellyn)
  19. Daddy Day Camp (Director: Fred Savage)
  20. Death Defying Acts (Director: Gillian Armstrong)
  21. Donkey Xote (Donkey X) (Director: Jose Pozo)
  22. El viaje de la nonna (Director: Batan Silva)
  23. Elf Bowling the Movie: The Great North Pole Elf Strike (Directors: Dave Kim + Rex Piano)
  24. Enchanted (Director: Kevin Lima)
  25. Evan Almighty (Director: Tom Shadyac)
  26. Fantastic 4: Rise Of The Silver Surfer (Director: Tim Story)
  27. Finding Rin Tin Tin (Director: Danny Lerner)
  28. Firehouse Dog (Director: Todd Holland)
  29. Fishtales (Director: Alki David)
  30. Frank (Director: Douglas Cheney)
  31. Fred Claus (Director: David Dobkin)
  32. Hairspray (Director: Adam Shankman)
  33. Heber Holiday (Director: McKay Daines)
  34. Inside The Locket (Director: Daniel Tadin)
  35. La leyenda de la Nahuala (Director: Ricardo Arnaiz)
  36. La vida por un rato de placer (Director: Emilio Vega)
  37. Like Stars On Earth (Director: Aamir Khan + Amole Gupte)
  38. Martian Child (Director: Menno Meyjes)
  39. Mr. Bean’s Holiday (Director: Steve Bendelack)
  40. Mug Travel (Director: Lim Ah-ron)
  41. Nancy Drew (Director: Andrew Fleming)
  42. National Treasure: Book Of Secrets (Director: Jon Turteltaub)
  43. No Reservations (Director: Scott Hicks)
  44. Noëlle (Director: David Wall)
  45. Owl + The Sparrow (Director: Stephane Gauger)
  46. Piccadilly Cowboy (Director: Tyler Ford)
  47. Pride (Director: Sunu Gonera)
  48. Randy + The Mob (Director: Ray McKinnon)
  49. Razzle Dazzle (Director: Darren Ashton)
  50. Saawariya (Director: Sanjay Leela Bhansali)
  51. Sarah Landon and the Paranormal Hour (Director: Lisa Comrie)
  52. Saving Sarah Cain (Director: Michael Landon, Jr.)
  53. Shrek The Third (Directors: Chris Miller + Raman Hui)
  54. Simple Things (Director: Andrew C. Erin)
  55. Surf’s Up (Director: Ash Brannon + Chris Buck)
  56. TMNT (Director: Kevin Munroe)
  57. Taking 5 (Director: Andrew Waller)
  58. The 11th Hour (Director: Zelalem Woldemariam)
  59. The Bracelet Of Bordeaux (Director: Casey Kelly)
  60. The Dance (Director: McKay Daines)
  61. The Game Plan (Director: Andy Fickman)
  62. The Haunting Of Marsten Manor (Director: Dave Sapp)
  63. The Last Mimzy (Director: Robert Shaye)
  64. The List (Director: Gary Wheeler)
  65. The Perfect Holiday (Director: Lance Rivera)
  66. The Seeker: The Dark Is Rising (Director: David L. Cunningham)
  67. The Ten Commandments (Directors: Bill Boyce + John Stronach)
  68. The Three Investigators and the Secret of Skeleton Island (Director: Florian Baxmeyer)
  69. The Water Horse (Director: Jay Russell)
  70. Turn Around (Director: Brian Brough)
  71. Uncle P (Director: Bernard Gourley)
  72. Underdog (Director: Frederik Du Chau)
  73. Veritas, Prince Of Truth (Director: Arturo Ruiz-Esparza)
  74. Welcome To Paradise (Director: Brent Huff)
  75. White Air (Director: U. Wolfgang Wagenknecht)
  1. 12 (Director: Nikita Mikhalkov)
  2. 1408 (Director: Mikael Håfström)
  3. 1971 (Director: Amrit Sagar)
  4. 48 Angels (Director: Marion Comer)
  5. A Dance For Bethany (Director: Brian Gurley)
  6. Aberration (Director: Douglas Elford-Argent)
  7. Across The Universe (Director: Julie Taymor)
  8. Adventures Of Johnny Tao (Director: Kenn Scott)
  9. Amexicano (Director: Matthew Bonifacio)
  10. Appleseed Ex Machina (Director: Shinji Aramaki)
  11. Arnolds Park (Director: Gene Teigland)
  12. Attack Of The Gryphon (Director: Andrew Prowse)
  13. August Evening (Director: Chris Eska)
  14. Bagboy (National Lampoon’s) (Director: Mort Nathan)
  15. Balls Of Fury (Director: Robert Ben Garant)
  16. Be My Baby (Director: Bryce Olson)
  17. Because I Said So (Director: Michael Lehmann)
  18. Before The Rains (Director: Santosh Sivan)
  19. Beowulf (Director: Robert Zemeckis)
  20. Bheja Fry (Director: Sagar Ballary)
  21. Big Man Japan (Director: Hitoshi Matsumoto)
  22. Blackwater (Directors: Bill Rogers, Bill Schreiber + R. Douglas Zipperer)
  23. Blades Of Glory (Directors: Josh Gordon + Will Speck)
  24. Blonde Ambition (Director: Scott Marshall)
  25. Blonde + Blonder (Director: Dean Hamilton)
  26. Blood + Chocolate (Director: Katja von Garnier)
  27. Boxboarders! (Director: Rob Hedden)
  28. Breach (Director: Billy Ray)
  29. Breakfast With Scot (Director: Laurie Lynd)
  30. Brick Lane (Director: Sarah Gavron)
  31. Broken English (Director: Zoe R. Cassavetes)
  32. Cassandra’s Dream (Director: Woody Allen)
  33. Code Name: The Cleaner (Director: Les Mayfield)
  34. Cosmic Radio (Director: Stephen Savage)
  35. Cover (Director: Bill Duke)
  36. Daddy’s Little Girls (Director: Tyler Perry)
  37. Dan In Real Life (Director: Peter Hedges)
  38. December Boys (Director: Rod Hardy)
  39. Delta Farce (Director: C.B. Harding)
  40. Disturbia (Director: D.J. Caruso)
  41. Dragon Wars: D-War (Director: Hyung-rae Shim)
  42. Elizabeth (Director: Shekhar Kapur)
  43. Elvis + Anabelle (Director: Will Geiger)
  44. Emotional Arithmetic (Director: Paolo Barzman)
  45. Epic Movie (Directors: Jason Friedberg + Aaron Seltzer)
  46. Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone (Directors: Masayuki, Kazuya Tsurumaki + Hideaki Anno)
  47. Evening (Director: Lajos Koltai)
  48. Feel The Noise (Director: Alejandro Chomski)
  49. First Born (Director: Isaac Webb)
  50. First Night Out (Director: Kurt Struss)
  51. Flawless (Director: Michael Radford)
  52. Freedom Writers (Director: Richard LaGravenese)
  53. Full Of It (Director: Christian Charles)
  54. Furry Hamsters From Hell (Director: Robert Thayer)
  55. Ghost Image (Director: Jack Snyder)
  56. Ghost Rider (Director: Mark Steven Johnson)
  57. Goal II: Living The Dream (Director: Jaume Collet-Serra)
  58. Grace Is Gone (Director: Jim Strouse)
  59. Gracie (Director: Davis Guggenheim)
  60. Happy Valley (Director: Tina Murgas)
  61. Harry Potter + The Order OF The Phoenix (Director: David yates)
  62. Harvest Of Redemption (Director: Javier Chapa)
  63. Honeydripper (Director: John Sayles)
  64. Hot Rod (Director: Akiva Schaffer)
  65. How She Move (Director: Ian Iqbal Rashid)
  66. Humble Pie (Director: Chris Bowman)
  67. I Am Legend (Director: Francis Lawrence)
  68. I Could Never Be Your Woman (Director: Amy Heckerling)
  69. I Now Pronounce You Chuck + Larry (Director: Dennis Dugan)
  70. Imprint (Director: Michael Linn)
  71. In The Land Of Women (Director: Jon Kasdan)
  72. In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale (Director: Uwe Boll)
  73. Juno (Director: Jason Reitman)
  74. Kabluey (Director: Scott Prendergast)
  75. Kickin’ It Old Skool (Director: Harvey Glazer)
  76. King Of California (Director: Mike Cahill)
  77. La Vie en Rose (Director: Olivier Dahan)
  78. Ladrón que roba a ladrón (Director: Joe Menendez)
  79. Lars + The Real Girl (Director: Craig Gillespie)
  80. License To Wed (Director: Ken Kwapis)
  81. Limbo (Director: Mitch Temple)
  82. Live Free Or Die Hard (Director: Len Wiseman)
  83. Love + Honor (Director: Dwight Brooks)
  84. Love + Mary (Director: Elizabeth Harrison)
  85. Lucky You (Director: Curtis Hanson)
  86. Mama’s Boy (Director: Tim Hamilton)
  87. Man In The Chair (Director: Michael Schroeder)
  88. Manuela + Manuel (Director: Raúl Marchand Sánchez)
  89. Marigold (Director: Willard Carroll)
  90. Married Life (Director: Ira Sachs)
  91. Molière (Director: Laurent Tirard)
  92. Moola (Director: Don Most)
  93. Moving McAllister (Director: Andrew Black)
  94. Mr. Art Critic (Director: Richard Brauer)
  95. Mr. Woodcock (Director: Craig Gillespie)
  96. Music + Lyrics (Director: Marc Lawrence)
  97. My Blueberry Nights (Director: Kar-Wai Wong)
  98. Natalie (Directors: Dane DeFea + Michael DiGiorgio, Jr.)
  99. Netherbeast Incorporated (Director: Dean Matthew Ronalds)
  100. Next (Director: Lee Tamahori)
  101. Nina + The Mystery Of The Secret Room (Director: Stephen Eckelberry)
  102. Norbit (Director: Brian Robbins)
  103. O’Horten (Director: Bent Hamer)
  104. Ocean’s Thirteen (Director: Steven Soderbergh)
  105. Om Shanti Om (Director: Farah Khan)
  106. One Piece: Episode of Alabaster - Sabaku no Ojou to Kaizoku Tachi (Director: Takahiro Imamura)
  107. P.S. I Love You (Director: Richard LaGravenese)
  108. Pain Within (Director: Rawn Hutchinson)
  109. Palo Alto, CA (Director: Brad Leong)
  110. Passage To Zarahemla (Director: Chris Heimerdinger)
  111. Persepolis (Directors: Vincent Paronnaud + Marjane Satrapi)
  112. Ping Pong Playa (Director: Jessica Yu)
  113. Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World’s End (Director: Gore Verbinski)
  114. Premonition (Director: Mennan Yapo)
  115. Quemar las naves (Director: Francisco Franco Alba)
  116. Rails + Ties (Director: Alison Eastwood)
  117. Redline (Director: Andy Cheng)
  118. Resurrecting The Champ (Director: Rod Lurie)
  119. Roses Of April (Director: Claudia Damasceno)
  120. Rush Hour III (Director: Brett Ratner)
  121. Shiloh Falls (Director: Adrian Fulle)
  122. Shotgun Stories (Director: Jeff Nichols)
  123. Solitaire (Director: Evan Atwood)
  124. Son Of Rambow (Director: Garth Jennings)
  125. Spider-Man 3 (Director: Sam Raimi)
  126. Spiral (Directors: Adam Green + Joel David Moore)
  127. St. Trinian’s (Directors: Oliver Parker + Barnaby Thompson)
  128. Stardust (Director: Matthew Vaughn)
  129. Starting Out In The Evening (Director: Andrew Wagner)
  130. Starting From Scratch (Director: Tha Voyce)
  131. Still Small Voices (Director: Mario Azzopardi)
  132. Stomp The Yard (Director: Sylvain White)
  133. Suburban Girl (Director: Marc Klein)
  134. Sydney White (Director: Joe Nussbaum)
  135. The Baker (Director: Gareth Lewis)
  136. The Band’s Visit (Director: Eran Kolirin)
  137. The Bourne Ultimatum (Director: Paul Greengrass)
  138. The Bucket List (Director: Rob Reiner)
  139. The Comebacks (Director: Tom Brady)
  140. The Dead One (Director: Brian Cox)
  141. The Diving Bell + The Butterfly (Director: Julian Schnabel)
  142. The Dukes (Director: Robert Davi)
  143. The Fall Of Night (Director: Derrick Warfel)
  144. The Final Season (Director: David M. Evans)
  145. The Gentleman (Director: Joe Valenti)
  146. The Golden Compass (Director: Chris Weitz)
  147. The Great Debaters (Director: Denzel Washington)
  148. The Invasion (Directors: Oliver Hirschbiegel + James McTeigue)
  149. The Invisible (Director: David S. Goyer)
  150. The Jane Austen Book Club (Director: Robin Swicord)
  151. The Kite Runner (Director: Marc Forster)
  152. The Last Legion (Director: Doug Lefler)
  153. The Last Sin Eater (Director: Michael Landon, Jr.)
  154. The List (Director: Brandon Sonnier)
  155. The Living Wake (Director: Sol Tryon)
  156. The Messengers (Directors: Danny Pang + Oxide Chun Pang)
  157. The Nanny Diaries (Directors: Shari Springer Berman + Robert Pulcini)
  158. The Neighbor (Director: Eddie O’Flaherty)
  159. The Riddle (Director: Brendan Foley)
  160. The Simpsons Movie (Director: David Silverman)
  161. The Speed Track (Director: Jayasurya)
  162. The Unknown Trilogy (Directors: Brian Cavallaro + Sal Mazzotta)
  163. The Visitor (Director: Tim McCarthy)
  164. The World Unseen (Director: Shamim Sarif)
  165. This Christmas (Director: Preston A. Whitmore II)
  166. Three Days To Vegas (Director: Charlie Picerni)
  167. Tijuana Makes Me Happy (Director: Dylan Verrechia)
  168. Tortilla Heaven (Director: Judy Hecht Dumontet)
  169. Transformers (Director: Michael Bay)
  170. Treasure Raiders (Director: Brent Huff)
  171. Vegas Background (Director: Jackamoe Buzzell)
  172. Vexille (Director: Fumihiko Sori)
  173. Waitress (Director: Adrienne Shelly)
  174. War Eagle, Arkansas (Director: Robert Milazzo)
  175. When Did You Last See Your Father? (Director: Anand Tucker)
  176. When Nietzsche Wept (Director: Pinchas Perry)
  177. White Noise II: The Light (Director: Patrick Lussier)
  178. Who’s Your Caddy? (Director: Don Michael Paul)
  179. Why Did I Get Married? (Director: Tyler Perry)
  180. Wild Hogs (Director: Walt Becker)
  181. Year Of The Dog (Director: Mike White)
  1. 2 Days In Paris (Director: Julie Delpy)
  2. 28 Weeks Later... (Director: Juan Carlos Fresnadillo)
  3. 30 Days Of Night (Director: David Slade)
  4. 3:10 To Yuma (Director: James Mangold)
  5. 7 Colombian Kilos (Director: Zeke Gonzales)
  6. 88 Minutes (Director: Jon Avnet)
  7. A Mighty Heart (Director: Michael Winterbottom)
  8. A Poor Kid’s Guide To Success (Director: Thomas Dagnino)
  9. Adrift In Manhattan (Director: Alfredo Rodriguez de Villa)
  10. Afghan Nights (Director: Allan Harmon)
  11. Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem (Directors: Colin Strause + Greg Strause)
  12. All Hat (Director: Leonard Farlinger)
  13. Along The Way (Director: Andrew Bowen)
  14. Already Dead (Director: Joe Otting)
  15. American Gangster (Director: Ridley Scott)
  16. American Loser (Director: Tod Harrison Williams)
  17. An American Crime (Director: Tommy O’Haver)
  18. Anamorph (Director: Henry Miller)
  19. Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters (Directors: Matt Maiellaro + Dave Willis)
  20. Artifacts (Directors: Giles Daoust + Emmanuel Jespers)
  21. Assassins’ Reunion (Director: Daniel Gaffouri)
  22. Atonement (Director: Joe Wright)
  23. Awake (Director: Joby Harold)
  24. Bad Girl Island (Director: Stewart Raffill)
  25. Bad Girls (Director: Fernando Sariñana)
  26. Badland (Director: Francesco Lucente)
  27. Battle For Haditha (Director: Nick Broomfield)
  28. Battle In Seattle (Director: Stuart Townsend)
  29. Before The Devil Knows You’re Dead (Director: Sidney Lumet)
  30. Beneath (Director: Dagen Merrill)
  31. Big Stan (Director: Rob Schneider)
  32. Bird In A Glass House (Director: Hannah Dennis)
  33. Black Irish (Director: Brad Gann)
  34. Black Water (Directors: David Nerlich + Andrew Traucki)
  35. Blind Eye (Director: Mark McNabb)
  36. Blood Brothers (Director: Alexi Tan)
  37. Blue Lake Butcher (Director: Michael Saquella)
  38. Blue State (Director: Marshall Lewy)
  39. Boarding Gate (Director: Olivier Assayas)
  40. Body Armour (Director: Gerry Lively)
  41. Bone Dry (Director: Brett A. Hart)
  42. Borderland (Director: Zev Berman)
  43. Born (Director: Richard Friedman)
  44. Boy A (Director: John Crowley)
  45. Broken Arrows (Director: Reid Gershbein)
  46. Brooklyn Rules (Director: Michael Corrente)
  47. Brotherhood Of Blood (Directors: Michael Roesch + Peter Scheerer)
  48. Brothers Three: An American Gothic (Director: Paul Kampf)
  49. Brutal Massacre: A Comedy (Director: Stevan Mena)
  50. Bunny Whipped (Director: Rafael Riera)
  51. Captivity (Director: Roland Joffé)
  52. Careless (Director: Peter Spears)
  53. Carnivorous (Director: Drew Maxwell)
  54. Catacombs (Directors: Tomm Coker + David Elliot)
  55. Cañitas. Presencia (Director: Julio Cesar Estrada)
  56. Chapter 27 (Director: J.P. Schaefer)
  57. Charlie Bartlett (Director: Jon Poll)
  58. Charlie Wilson’s War (Director: Mike Nichols)
  59. Chasing Robert (Director: Len Austrevich)
  60. Cherry Crush (Director: Nicholas DiBella)
  61. City Of Men (Director: Paulo Morelli)
  62. Cleaner (Director: Renny Harlin)
  63. Closing The Ring (Director: Richard Attenborough)
  64. Closure (Director: Dan Reed)
  65. Complete Map Of The Universe (Director: Nick Peterson)
  66. Control (Director: Anton Corbijn)
  67. Cook-Off! (Director: Guy Shalem)
  68. Cougar Club (Director: Christopher Duddy)
  69. Crashing (Director: Gary Walkow)
  70. Cthulhu (Director: Dan Gildark)
  71. Cuando las cosas suceden (Director: Antonio Peláez)
  72. Curse Of Alcatraz (Director: Daniel Zirilli)
  73. Dark Matter (Director: Shi-Zheng Chen)
  74. Day Zero (Director: Bryan Gunnar Cole)
  75. Days Of Darkness (Director: Jake Kennedy)
  76. Dead Silence (Director: James Wan)
  77. Dead Tone (Directors: Brian Hooks + Deon Taylor)
  78. Dead Wood (Directors: David Bryant, Sebastian Smith + Richard Stiles)
  79. Death Sentence (Director: James Wan)
  80. Death At A Funeral (Director: Frank Oz)
  81. Dedication (Director: Justin Theroux)
  82. Descent (Director: Talia Lugacy)
  83. Desperate Escape (Director: Ray Brown)
  84. Diamond Dogs (Directors: Shimon Dotan + Dolph Lundgren)
  85. Diary Of The Dead (Director: George A. Romero)
  86. Dos abrazos (Director: Enrique Begné)
  87. Dreaming Of Society (Director: Andreas G. Andreou)
  88. Drive Thru (Directors: Brendan Cowles + Shane Kuhn)
  89. Eagle vs. Shark (Director: Taika Waititi)
  90. Eastern Promises (Director: David Cronenberg)
  91. Eden Log (Director: Franck Vestiel)
  92. El rey de la montaña (Director: Gonzalo López-Gallego)
  93. El último justo (Director: Manuel Carballo)
  94. Elite Squad (Director: José Padilha)
  95. Everybody Wants To Be Italian (Director: Jason Todd Ipson)
  96. Expired (Director: Cecilia Miniucchi)
  97. Ext: Hair Extensions (Director: Sion Sono)
  98. Fall Down Dead (Director: Jon Keeyes)
  99. Far North (Director: Asif Kapadia)
  100. Feast Of Love (Director: Robert Benton)
  101. Fighting Words (Director: E. Paul Edwards)
  102. Fighting With Anger (Director: Sam Um)
  103. Fist Of The Warrior (Director: Wayne Kennedy)
  104. Flash Point (Director: Wilson Yip)
  105. For Pete’s Wake! (Directors: James Alario + Robin Atkin Downes)
  106. Forest OF Death (Director: Danny Pang)
  107. Forfeit (Director: Andrea Shea)
  108. Four Sheets To The Wind (Director: Sterlin Harjo)
  109. Fracture (Director: Gregory Hoblit)
  110. Frayed (Directors: Norbert Caoili + Rob Portmann)
  111. Fugitive Pieces (Director: Jeremy Podeswa)
  112. Full Circle (Director: June Daguiso)
  113. Funny Games (Director: Michael Haneke)
  114. G.P.S. (Director: Eric Colley)
  115. Game Of Life (Director: Joseph Merhi)
  116. Gangsta Rap: The Glockumentary (Director: Coke Daniels)
  117. Gardener Of Evil (Director: Kevin Connolly)
  118. Genghis Khan: To The Ends Of The Earth + Sea (Director: Shin'ichirô Sawai)
  119. Georgia Rule (Director: Garry Marshall)
  120. Ghost Town: The Movie (Directors: Jeff Kennedy + Dean Teaster(
  121. Gone Baby Gone (Director: Ben Affleck)
  122. Good Luck Chuck (Director: Mark Helfrich)
  123. Great World Of Sound (Director: Craig Zobel)
  124. Greetings From The Shore (Director: Greg Chwerchak)
  125. Grindhouse (Directors: Robert Rodriguez, Quentin Tarantino, Eli Roth, Edgar Wright, + Rob Zombie)
  126. Guantanamero (Director: Vicente Peñarrocha)
  127. Hacia la oscuridad (Director: Antonio Negret)
  128. Hack! (Director: Matt Flynn)
  129. Hallam Foe (Director: David Mackenzie)
  130. Halloween (Director: Rob Zombie)
  131. Hannibal Rising (Director: Peter Webber)
  132. Hasta el viento tiene miedo (Director: Gustavo Moheno)
  133. Haunted Forest (Director: Mauro Borrelli)
  134. Headless Horseman (Director: Anthony C. Ferrante)
  135. Heavy Petting (Director: Marcel Sarmiento)
  136. Hitman (Director: Xavier Gens)
  137. Holding Trever (Director: Rosser Goodman)
  138. Home Of The Giants (Director: Rusty Gorman)
  139. Homo Erectus (Director: Adam Rifkin)
  140. Hostel, Part II (Director: Eli Roth)
  141. Hot Fuzz (Director: Edgar Wright)
  142. Hounddog (Director: Deborah Kampmeier)
  143. I Do + I Don’t (Director: Steve Blair)
  144. I Know Who Killed Me (Director: Chris Sivertson)
  145. I Think I Love My Wife (Director: Chris Rock)
  146. I Want Candy (Director: Stephen Surjik)
  147. I’m Not There (Director: Todd Haynes)
  148. I'm Through with White Girls (The Inevitable Undoing of Jay Brooks) (Director: Jennifer Sharp)
  149. Identity Theft (Director: Alfredo Rates)
  150. If I Had Know I Was A Genius (Director: Dominque Wirtschafter)
  151. Illegal Aliens (Director: David Giancola)
  152. Illegal Tender (Director: Franc. Reyes)
  153. In the Valley of Elah (Director: Paul Haggis)
  154. Inside (Director: Alexandre Bustillo + Julien Maury)
  155. Interview (Director: Steve Buscemi)
  156. Into The Wild (Director: Sean Penn)
  157. Introducing The Dwights (Director: Cherie Nowlan)
  158. Invisible Target (Director: Benny Chan)
  159. Irina Palm (Director: Sam Garbarski)
  160. J-ok’el (Director: Benjamin Williams)
  161. Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer (Director: Jon Knautz)
  162. Jessie + Jill (Director: Dakkan Abbe)
  163. Joshua (Director: George Ratliff)
  164. Jump Offs (Director: Derrick Simmons)
  165. Juncture (Director: James Seale)
  166. Kaw (Director: Sheldon Wilson)
  167. Kill Buljo: The Movie (Director: Tommy Wirkola)
  168. Kiss The Bride (Director: C. Jay Cox)
  169. Knocked Up (Director: Judd Apatow)
  170. Kush (Director: York Alec Shackleton)
  171. L.A.A.P Presents Family Values (Director: Derek D. Dow)
  172. L.A. Blues (Director: Ian Gurvitz)
  173. Lake Dead (Director: George Bessudo)
  174. Left For Dead (Director: Christopher Harrison)
  175. Left For Dead (Director: Albert Pyun)
  176. Leningrad (Director: Aleksandr Buravskiy)
  177. Life Goes On (Director: Brian Lawrence)
  178. Lions For Lambs (Director: Robert Redford)
  179. Live! (Director: Bill Guttentag)
  180. Lone Star Blues (Director: JD Sitter)
  181. Look (Director: Adam Rifkin)
  182. Love In The Time Of Cholera (Director: Mike Newell)
  183. Love...And Other Four Letter Words (Director: Steven Ayromlooi)
  184. Loveless In Los Angeles (Director: Archie Gips)
  185. Lovesickness (Directors: Carlitos Ruiz Ruiz + Mariem Pérez Riera)
  186. Machine (Director: Michael Lazar)
  187. Margot At The Wedding (Director: Noah Baumbach)
  188. Meet Bill (Directors: Bernie Goldmann + Melisa Wallack)
  189. Metamorphosis (Director: Jenö Hodi)
  190. Mexican Sunrise (Director: Rowdy Stovall)
  191. Michael Clayton (Director: Tony Gilroy)
  192. Millennium Crisis (Director: Andrew Bellware)
  193. Mirageman (Director: Ernesto Diaz Espinoza)
  194. Missionary Man (Director: Dolph Lundgren)
  195. Money (Director: San Banarje)
  196. Mongol: The Rise Of Genghis Khan (Director: Sergei Bodrov)
  197. Moscow Chill (Director: Chris Solimine)
  198. Mosquita muerta (Director: Joaquin Bissner)
  199. Mother Of Tears (Director: Dario Argento)
  200. Mr. Brooks (Director: Bruce A. Evans)
  201. Muay Thai Fighter (Director: Kongkiat Khormsiri)
  202. Murderess (Director: Scott Coblio)
  203. Music Within (Director: Steven Sawalich)
  204. My Brother Is An Only Child (Director: Daniele Luchetti)
  205. My Daughter, My Angel (Director: Alexis Durand-Brault)
  206. My Name Is Bruce (Director: Bruce Campbell)
  207. My Sexiest Year (Director: Howard Himelstein)
  208. Nailed (Director: Gabriel Dowrick)
  209. Naked Fear (Director: Thom Eberhardt)
  210. Nanking (Directors: Bill Guttentag + Dan Sturman)
  211. Natasha (Director: Jag Mundhra)
  212. Never Forever (Director: Gina Kim)
  213. New York City Serenade (Director: Frank Whaley)
  214. Night Junkies (Director: Lawrence Pearce)
  215. Night Skies (Director: Roy Knyrim)
  216. Nightmare City 2035 (Director: Terence H. Winkless)
  217. Nightwatching (Director: Peter Greenaway)
  218. Nitro (Director: Alain Desrochers)
  219. No Country For Old Men (Director: Joel Coen)
  220. Nobel Son (Director: Randall Miller)
  221. Normal (Director: Carl Bessai)
  222. Normal Adolescent Behavior (Director: Beth Schacter)
  223. Numb (Director: Harris Goldberg)
  224. Nympha (Director: Ivan Zuccon)
  225. Octane (Director: Mark Jay)
  226. Once (Director: John Carney)
  227. Opapatika (Director: Thanakorn Pongsuwan)
  228. Outlaw (Director: Nick Love)
  229. P.O.E. (Directors: Damon Diddit + Natural Langdon)
  230. P2 (Director: Franck Khalfoun)
  231. Paranoid Park (Director: Gus Van Sant)
  232. Paranormal Activity (Director: Oren Peli)
  233. Partition (Director: Vic Sarin)
  234. Pathfinder (Director: Marcus Nispel)
  235. Payback (Director: Eric Norris)
  236. Perfect Stranger (Director: James Foley)
  237. Pigs (Director: Karl DiPelino)
  238. Poor Boy’s Game (Director: Clement Virgo)
  239. Postal (Director: Uwe Boll)
  240. Pretty Cool Too (Director: Rolfe Kanefsky)
  241. Primal (Director: Steffen Schlachtenhaufen)
  242. Primeval (Director: Michael Katleman)
  243. Prism (Director: David G. Simmons)
  244. Protégé (Director: Tung-Shing Yee)
  245. Psycho Ward (Director: Patrick McBrearty)
  246. Puffball: The Devils Eyeball (Director: Nicolas Roeg)
  247. Raiders Of The Damned (Director: Milko Davis)
  248. [rec.] (Directors: Jaume Balagueró + Paco Plaza)
  249. Redacted (Director: Brian De Palma)
  250. Redrum (Director: Kenny Young)
  251. Reign Over Me (Director: Mike Binder)
  252. Remember The Daze (Director: Jess Manafort)
  253. Remnants (Director: George Hughes)
  254. Rendition (Director: Gavin Hood)
  255. Reno 911!: Miami (Director: Robert Ben Garant)
  256. Reservation Road: Terry George)
  257. Resident Evil: Extinction (Director: Russell Mulcahy)
  258. Ripple Effect (Director: Philippe Caland)
  259. Rise Of The Footsoldier (Director: Julian Gilbey)
  260. Rise: Blood Hunter (Director: Sebastian Gutierrez)
  261. Rockaway (Directors: Jeff Crook + Josh Crook)
  262. Rocket Science (Director: Jeffrey Blitz)
  263. Rogue (Director: Greg McLean)
  264. Roman de gare (Director: Claude Lelouch)
  265. Romulus, My Father (Director: Richard Roxburgh)
  266. Room 205 (Director: Martin Barnewitz)
  267. Run, Fatboy, Run (Director: David Schwimmer)
  268. Satanás (Director: Andrés Baiz)
  269. Saw IV (Director: Darren Lynn Bousman)
  270. Scar (Director: Jed Weintrob)
  271. Scorpion (Director: Julien Seri)
  272. Searchers 2.0 (Director: Alex Cox)
  273. September Dawn (Director: Christopher Cain)
  274. Sex + Breakfast (Director: Miles Brandman)
  275. Sex + Death 101 (Director: Daniel Waters)
  276. Shake Hands With The Devil (Director: Roger Spottiswoode)
  277. Shattered (Director: Mike Barker)
  278. Shelter (Director: Jonah Markowitz)
  279. Shoot ‘Em Up (Director: Michael Davis)
  280. Shoot On Sight (Director: Jag Mundhra)
  281. Shooter (Director: Antoine Fuqua)
  282. Showdown At Area 51 (Director: C. Roma)
  283. Silk (Director: François Girard)
  284. Sister’s Keeper (Director: Kent Faulcon)
  285. Skid Marks (Director: Karl Kozaz)
  286. Sleuth (Director: Kenneth Branagh)
  287. Slipstream (Director: Anthony Hopkins)
  288. Smiley Face (Director: Gregg Araki)
  289. Snow Angels (Director: David Gordon Green)
  290. South Of Pico (Director: Ernst Gossner)
  291. Speed Dating (Director: Tony Herbert)
  292. Speed Of Light (Director: Nick Peterson)
  293. Spiker (Director: Frank Zagarino)
  294. Spin (Director: Henry Pincus)
  295. Spin (Director: Dan Neira)
  296. Spinning Into Butter (Director: Mark Brokaw)
  297. Sportkill (Director: Craig McMahon)
  298. Spring 1941 (Director: Uri Barbash)
  299. Steel Toes (Directors: Mark Adam + David Gow)
  300. Steel Trap (Director: Luis Cámara)
  301. Stories USA (American Breakdown) (Directors: David Brooks, Paul Carafotes, M. Eastling, Tyrone Finch, Jeremy Hall, Gary Hawes + Erik MacArthur)
  302. Storm Warning (Director: Jamie Blanks)
  303. Strength + Honour (Director: Mark Mahon)
  304. Stuck (Director: Stuart Gordon)
  305. Sugarhouse (Director: Gary Love)
  306. Sukiyaki Western Django (Director: Takashi Miike)
  307. Sunshine (Director: Danny Boyle)
  308. Superbad (Director: Greg Mottola)
  309. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street (Director: Tim Burton)
  310. T.K.O. (Director: Declan Mulvey)
  311. Take (Director: Charles Oliver)
  312. Talk To Me (Director: Kasi Lemmons)
  313. Teeth (Director: Mitchell Lichtenstein)
  314. Ten Inch Hero (Director: David Mackay)
  315. The Air I Breathe (Director: Jieho Lee)
  316. The American StreetFighterz Trilogy Street Godz of War II (Director: David Daze)
  317. The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (Director: Andrew Dominik)
  318. The Babysitters (Director: David Ross)
  319. The Black Pimpernel (Directors: Åsa Faringer + Ulf Hultberg)
  320. The Book Of Noah (Director: Drew Smith)
  321. The Box (Director: A.J. Kparr)
  322. The Brave One (Director: Neil Jordan)
  323. The Bros. (Director: Jonathan Figg)
  324. The Brothers Solomon (Director: Bob Odenkirk)
  325. The Cake Eaters (Director: Mary Stuart Masterson)
  326. The Cellar Door (Director: Matt Zettell)
  327. The Chair (Director: Brett Sullivan)
  328. The Color Of Freedom (Director: Bille August)
  329. The Condemned (Director: Scott Wiper)
  330. The Counterfeiters (Director: Stefan Ruzowitzky)
  331. The Cry (Director: Bernadine Santistevan)
  332. The Darjeeling Limited (Director: Wes Anderson)
  333. The Dead Time (Director: Martin Philip Stevens)
  334. The Death + Life Of Bobby Z (Director: John Herzfeld)
  335. The Deaths Of Ian Stone (Director: Dario Piana)
  336. The Education Of Charlie Banks (Director: Fred Durst)
  337. The Evil Woods (Director: Aaron Harvey)
  338. The Ferryman (Director: Chris Graham)
  339. The Fifth Patient (Director: Amir Mann)
  340. The Final Curtain (Director: Jeff Burton)
  341. The Flock (Director: Wai-Keung Lau)
  342. The Gene Generation (Director: Pearry Reginald Teo)
  343. The Girl Next Door (Director: Gregory M. Wilson)
  344. The Girl In The Park (Director: David Auburn)
  345. The Go-Getter (Director: Martin Hynes)
  346. The Good Life (Director: Stephen Berra)
  347. The Good Night (Director: Jake Paltrow)
  348. The Grand (Director: Zak Penn)
  349. The Gray Man (Director: Scott L. Flynn)
  350. The Hammer (Director: Charles Herman-Wurmfeld)
  351. The Heartbreak Kid (Directors: Bobby Farrelly + Peter Farrelly)
  352. The Hills Have Eyes II (Director: Martin Weisz)
  353. The Hitcher (Director: Dave Meyers)
  354. The Hunting Party (Director: Richard Shepard)
  355. The Killing Floor (Director: Gideon Raff)
  356. The Killing Gene (Director: Tom Shankland)
  357. The Kingdom (Director: Peter Berg)
  358. The Kite Flyer (Director: Sean Russell)
  359. The Last Sentinel (Director: Jesse V. Johnson)
  360. The Legend Of God’s Gun (Director: Mike Bruce)
  361. The Life Before Her Eyes (Director: Vadim Perelman)
  362. The Lookout (Director: Scott Frank)
  363. The Mark Of Cain (Director: Marc Munden)
  364. The Mist (Director: Frank Darabont)
  365. The Nines (Director: John August)
  366. The Number 23 (Director: Joel Schumacher)
  367. The Orphanage (Director: J. A. Bayona)
  368. The Parallel (Director: Jack Piandaryan)
  369. The Passage (Director: Mark Heller)
  370. The Poet (Director: Damian Lee)
  371. The Poughkeepsie Tapes (Director: John Erick Dowdle)
  372. The Rage (Director: Robert Kurtzman)
  373. The Reaping (Director: Stephen Hopkins)
  374. THe Rebel (Director: Charlie Nguyen)
  375. The Savages (Director: Tamara Jenkins)
  376. The Secret (Director: Vincent Perez)
  377. The Secrets (Director: Avi Nesher)
  378. The Shadow Within (Director: Silvana Zancolò)
  379. The Signal (Directors: David Bruckner, Dan Bush + Jacob Gentry)
  380. The Stone Angel (Director: Kari Skogland)
  381. The Substitute (Director: Ole Bornedal)
  382. The Take (Director: Brad Furman)
  383. The Tattooist (Director: Peter Burger)
  384. The Ten (Director: David Wain)
  385. The Tracey Fragments (Director: Bruce McDonald)
  386. The Ungodly (The Perfect Witness) (Director: Thomas Dunn)
  387. The Walker (Director: Paul Schrader)
  388. The Warlords (Directors: Peter Ho-Sun Chan + Wai Man Yip)
  389. The Wizard Of Gore (Director: Jeremy Kasten)
  390. The Wrath (Director: Julian Higgins)
  391. The Zone (Director: Rodrigo Plá)
  392. Then She Found Me (Director: Helen Hunt)
  393. There Will Be Blood (Director: Paul Thomas Anderson)
  394. They Wait (Director: Ernie Barbarash)
  395. Things We Lost In The Fire (Director: Susanne Bier)
  396. This Town (Director: Nick Marnos)
  397. Three Can Play That Game (Director: Samad Davis)
  398. Timber Falls (Director: Tony Giglio)
  399. Timecrimes (Director: Nacho Vigalondo)
  400. Tooth + Nail (Director: Mark Young)
  401. Torture Room (Director: Jim O’Rear)
  402. Towelhead (Director: Alan Ball)
  403. Trade (Director: Marco Kreuzpaintner)
  404. Triangle (Directors: Ringo Lam, Johnnie To + Hark Tsui)
  405. Trick ‘r Treat (Director: Michael Dougherty)
  406. Turn The River (Director: Chris Eigeman)
  407. Two Tigers (Director: Sandro Cecca)
  408. Undead Of Alive: A Zombedy (Director: Glasgow Philips)
  409. Under The Same Moon (Director: Patricia Riggen)
  410. Unearthed (Director: Matthew Leutwyler)
  411. Unspeakable (Director: Marquette Williams)
  412. Until Death (Director: Simon Fellows)
  413. Vacancy (Director: Nimród Antal)
  414. Virgin Territory (Director: David Leland)
  415. Visual Purple (Director: Rick Kingerski)
  416. Viva (Director: Anna Biller)
  417. Vivere (Director: Angelina Maccarone)
  418. Voices (Director: Ki-hwan Oh)
  419. Walk All Over Me (Director: Robert Cuffley)
  420. Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (Director: Jake Kasdan)
  421. War (Director: Philip G. Atwell)
  422. We Own The Night (Director: James Gray)
  423. Weirdsville (Director: Allan Moyle)
  424. What Love Is (Director: Mars Callahan)
  425. What We Do Is Secret (Director: Rodger Grossman)
  426. When A Man Falls (Director: Ryan Eslinger)
  427. Whisper (Director: Stewart Hendler)
  428. Who’s Your Monkey (Director: Todd Breau)
  429. Wind Chill (Director: Gregory Jacobs)
  430. World Wide Live (Director: Drew Stone)
  431. You Kill Me (Director: John Dahl)
  432. Youth Without You (Director: Francis Ford Coppola)
  433. Zodiac (Director: David Fincher)
  1. 100 Tears (Director: Marcus Koch)
  2. Frontier(s) (Director: Xavier Gens)
  3. Lust, Caution (Director: Ang Lee)
  4. The Night Buffalo (Director: Jorge Hernandez Aldana)
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2017.06.13 07:40 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 2005 (out of the 4,733 films released worldwide that year.)

  1. Bailey’s Billion$ (Director: David Devine)
  2. Chicken Little (Director: Mark Dindal)
  3. Heidi (Director: Alan Simpson)
  4. Herbie: Fully Loaded (Director: Angela Robinson)
  5. Ice Princess (Director: Tim Fywell)
  6. Pooh’s Heffalump Movie (Director: Frank Nissen)
  7. Romeo + Juliet: Sealed With A Kiss (Director: Phil Nibbelink)
  8. Stuart Little III: Call Of The Wild (Director: Audu Paden)
  9. The 12 Dogs Of Christmas (Director: Kieth Merrill)
  10. The Cave Of The Yellow Dog (Director: Byambasuren Davaa)
  11. The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit (Wallace + Gromit in) (Directors: Steve Box + Nick Park)
  12. Valiant (Director: Gary Chapman)
  13. Winky’s Horse (Director: Mischa Kamp)
  1. Angels With Angles (Director: Scott Edmund Lane)
  2. Because Of Winn-Dixie (Director: Wayne Wang)
  3. Bob The Butler (Director: Gary Sinyor)
  4. Booha (Director: Rami Imam)
  5. Charlie + The Chocolate Factory (Director: Tim Burton)
  6. Cheaper By The Dozen II (Director: Adam Shankman)
  7. Come Away Home (Director: Doug McKeon)
  8. The Corpse Bride (Directors: Tim Burton + Mike Johnson)
  9. Down + Derby (Director: Eric Hendershot)
  10. Dreamer: Inspired By A True Story (Director: John Gatins)
  11. Duma (Director: Carroll Ballard)
  12. Elsa + Fred (Director: Marcos Carnevale)
  13. Fated (Directors: Uche Ozoh + Emma Ogugua)
  14. good night, and good luck. (Director: George Clooney)
  15. Harb Atalia (Director: Ahmed Saleh)
  16. Hoodwinked! (Directors: Cory Edwards, Todd Edwards + Tony Leech)
  17. Kicking + Screaming (Director: Jesse Dylan)
  18. Kinky Boots (Director: Julian Jarrold)
  19. Lassie (Director: Charles Sturridge)
  20. Little Manhattan (Director: Mark Levin)
  21. Madagascar (Directors: Eric Darnell + Tom McGrath)
  22. Maxx (Director: Saman Moghadam)
  23. Mee-Shee: The Water Giant (Director: John Henderson)
  24. Meet Me In Miami (Directors: Eric Hannah + Iren Koster)
  25. Miracle At Sage Creek (Director: James Intveld)
  26. Mirrormask (Director: Dave McKean)
  27. Mobsters + Mormons (Director: John E. Moyer)
  28. Mr. Dungbeetle (Director: Thomas Russell)
  29. Nanny McPhee (Director: Kirk Jones)
  30. Once Upon A Wedding (Director: Matia Karrell)
  31. Paradise, Texas (Director: Lorraine Senna)
  32. Popstar (Director: Richard Gabai)
  33. Pride + Prejudice (Director: Joe Wright)
  34. Private Alexandria (Director: Sandra Nashaat)
  35. Racing Stripes (Director: Frederik Du Chau)
  36. Rebound (Director: Steve Carr)
  37. Renart The Fox (Director: Thierry Schiel)
  38. Riding Alone For Thousands Of Miles (Director: Yimou Zhang)
  39. Robots (Director: Chris Wedge + Carlos Saldanha)
  40. Sky High (Director: Mike Mitchell)
  41. Snow White (Director: Samir)
  42. Son Of The Mask (Director: Lawrence Guterman)
  43. Suits On The Loose (Director: Rodney Henson)
  44. Sweet Land (Director: Ali Selim)
  45. Tara Road (Director: Gillies MacKinnon)
  46. The Adventures Of Greyfriars Bobby (Director: John Henderson)
  47. The Adventures Of Sharkboy + Lavagirl in 3-D (Director: Robert Rodriguez)
  48. The Bike Squad (Director: Richard Gabai)
  49. The Californians (Director: Jonathan Parker)
  50. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Director: Andrew Adamson)
  51. The Derby Stallion (Director: Craig Clyde)
  52. The Game Of Their Lives (Director: David Anspaugh)
  53. The Gospel (Director: Rob Hardy)
  54. The Greatest Game Ever Played (Director: Bill Paxton)
  55. The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy (Director: Garth Jennings)
  56. The Indie Pendant (Director: Kelly Schwarze)
  57. The Keeper: The Legend of Omar Khayyam (Director: Kayvan Mashayekh)
  58. The Legend Of Zorro (Director: Martin Campbell)
  59. The Pacifier (Director: Adam Shankman)
  60. The Perfect Man (Director: Mark Rosman)
  61. The Rocket (Director: Charles Binamé)
  62. The Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants (Director: Ken Kwapis)
  63. The Third Wish (Director: Shelly Jensen)
  64. Ya ana ya khalty (Director: Said Hamed)
  65. Yours, Mine + Ours (Director: Raja Gosnell)
  66. Zathura: A Space Adventure (Director: Jon Favreau)
  1. ...en fin, el mar (Director: Jorge Dyszel)
  2. 7 días (Director: Fernando Kalife)
  3. Æon Flux (Director: Karyn Kusama)
  4. A Lot Like Love (Director: Nigel Cole)
  5. A Sound Of Thunder (Director: Peter Hyams)
  6. Alchemy (Director: Evan Oppenheimer)
  7. Alien Abduction (Director: Eric Forsberg)
  8. All Babes Want To Kill Me (Director: Colin Miller)
  9. American Fusion (Director: Frank Lin)
  10. An American Haunting (Director: Jiri Strach)
  11. An Unfinished Life (Director: Lasse Hallström)
  12. At Last (Director: Tom Anton)
  13. Bad News Bears (Director: Richard Linklater)
  14. Batman Begins (Director: Christopher Nolan)
  15. Be Cool (Director: F. Gary Gray)
  16. Beauty Shop (Director: Bille Woodruff)
  17. Bee Season (Directors: Scott McGehee + David Siegel)
  18. Before It Had A Name (Director: Giada Colagrande)
  19. Bewitched (Director: Nora Ephron)
  20. Bigger Than The Sky (Director: Al Corley)
  21. Blood Of Beasts (Director: David Lister)
  22. Boogeyman (Director Stephen Kay)
  23. Buckaroo: The Movie (Director: James A. Brooks)
  24. Carpool Guy (Director: Corbin Bernsen)
  25. Checking Out (Director: Jeff Hare)
  26. Cinderella Man (Director: Ron Howard)
  27. Club eutanasia (Director: Agustin Tapia)
  28. Coach Carter (Director: Thomas Carter)
  29. Complete Guide To Guys (Director: Jeff Arch)
  30. Constellation (Director: Jordan Walker-Pearlman)
  31. Cry_Wolf (Director: Jeff Wadlow)
  32. Cursed (Director: Wes Craven)
  33. Daltry Calhoun (Director: Katrina Holden Bronston)
  34. Dancing In Twilight (Director: Bob Roe)
  35. Dark Water (Director: Walter Salles)
  36. Diary Of A Mad Black Woman (Director: Darren Grant)
  37. Dirty Deeds (Director: David Kendall)
  38. Dishdogz (Director: Mikey Hilb)
  39. Duck (Director: Nicole Bettauer)
  40. Echoes Of Innocence (Director: Nathan Todd Sims)
  41. Elektra (Director Rob Bowman)
  42. Elizabethtown (Director: Cameron Crowe)
  43. End Of The Spear (Director: Jim Hanon)
  44. Everything Is Illuminated (Director: Liev Schreiber)
  45. Fantastic Four (Director: Tim Story)
  46. Fat Cats (Director: Adam Salazar)
  47. Fever Pitch (Directors: Bobby Farrelly + Peter Farrelly)
  48. Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children (Directors: Tetsuya Nomura + Takeshi Nozue)
  49. Flightplan (Director: Robert Schwentke)
  50. Forbidden Warrior (Director: Jimmy Nickerson)
  51. Fragile (Director: Jaume Balagueró)
  52. Freedom Flight (Director: Frank Quetglas)
  53. Fugitives Run (Director: Philip Spink)
  54. Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa (Director: Seiji Mizushima)
  55. Fun With Dick + Jane (Director: Dean Parisot)
  56. Glass Trap (Director: Fred Olen Ray)
  57. Goal! The Dream Begins (Director: Danny Cannon)
  58. Going Shopping (Director: Henry Jaglom)
  59. Grodmin (Director: Jim Horwitz)
  60. Guess Who (Director: Kevin Rodney Sullivan)
  61. Harry Potter + The Goblet Of Fire (Director: Mike Newell)
  62. Her Minor Thing (Director: Charles Matthau)
  63. Hitch (Director: Andy Tennant)
  64. In The Mix (Director: Ron Underwood)
  65. Into The Blue (Director: John Stockwell)
  66. It’s About Time (Director: Kevin Shinick)
  67. Jesus, Mary + Joey (Director: James Quattrochi)
  68. Joyeux Noel (Director: Christian Carion)
  69. Just Friends (Director: Roger Kumble)
  70. Just Like Heaven (Director: Mark Waters)
  71. Keson (Directors: Lou Angeli + Bill Lewis)
  72. Kids In America (Director: Josh Stolberg)
  73. King Kong (Director: Peter Jackson)
  74. King’s Ransom (Director: Jeffrey W. Byrd)
  75. La rebelle (Director: Sacha Parisot)
  76. Left Behind III: World At War (Director: Craig R. Baxley)
  77. Loggerheads (Director: Tim Kirkman)
  78. Look Both Ways (Director: Sarah Watt)
  79. Looking For Comedy In The Muslim World (Director: Albert Brooks)
  80. Lords Of Dogtown (Director: Catherine Hardwicke)
  81. Lost In Love (Director: Udayan Prasad)
  82. Lovewrecked (Director: Randal Kleiser)
  83. Makin’ A Mess With Jackamoe (Director: Robert David Cochrane)
  84. Man Of The House (Director: Stephen Herek)
  85. Marilyn Hotchkiss' Ballroom Dancing & Charm School (Director: Randall Miller)
  86. Memoirs Of A Geisha (Director: Rob Marshall)
  87. Miss Congeniality II: Armed + Fabulous (Director: John Pasquin)
  88. Missing In America (Director: Gabrielle Savage Dockterman)
  89. Monster-In Law (Director: Robert Luketic)
  90. Mort (Director: Kyle B. Thompson)
  91. Mozart + The Whale (Director: Petter Næss)
  92. Mr. + Mrs. Smith (Director: Doug Liman)
  93. Must Love Dogs (Director: Gary David Goldberg)
  94. Neverwas (Director: Joshua Michael Stern)
  95. Oliver Twist (Director: Roman Polanski)
  96. On A Clear Day (Director: Gaby Dellal)
  97. Paradise Now (Director: Hany Abu-Assad)
  98. Preaching To The Choir (Director: Charles Randolph-Wright)
  99. Prime (Director: Ben Younger)
  100. Proof (Director: John Madden)
  101. Red Eye (Director: Wes Craven)
  102. Rent (Director: Chris Columbus)
  103. Roll Bounce (Director: Malcolm D. Lee)
  104. Rumor Has It... (Director: Rob Reiner)
  105. Sahara (Director: Breck Eisner)
  106. Serenity (Director: Joss Whedon)
  107. Smile (Director: Jeffrey Kramer)
  108. Star Wars - Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith (Director: George Lucas)
  109. States Of Grace (Director: Richard Dutcher)
  110. Stealth (Director: Rob Cohen)
  111. Sueño (Director: Renée Chabria)
  112. Supercross (Director: Steve Boyum)
  113. Taking Your Life (Director: Eric Beetner)
  114. The Accident (Director: Marc Dube)
  115. The Baxter (Director: Michael Showalter)
  116. The Brothers Grimm (Director: Terry Gilliam)
  117. The Cave (Director: Bruce Hunt)
  118. The Dukes Of Hazzard (Director: Jay Chandrasekhar)
  119. The Exorcism Of Emily Rose (Director: Scott Derrickson)
  120. The Eye III (Director: Danny Pang + Oxide Chun Pang)
  121. The Family Stone (Director: Thomas Bezucha)
  122. The Film (Director: Junaid Memon)
  123. The Fog (Director: Rupert Wainwright)
  124. The Gazelle’s Blood (Director: Mohamed Yassin)
  125. The Great Yokai War (Director: Takashi Miike)
  126. The Honeymooners (Director: John Schultz)
  127. The Interpreter (Director: Sydney Pollack)
  128. The Iris Effect (Director: Nikolay Lebedev)
  129. The Island (Director: Michael Bay)
  130. The Italian (Director: Andrey Kravchuk)
  131. The Kid + I (Director: Penelope Spheeris)
  132. The Last Sign (Director: Douglas Law)
  133. The Longest Yard (Director: Peter Segal)
  134. The Man (Director: Les Mayfield)
  135. The Mistress Of Spices (Director: Paul Mayeda Berges)
  136. The Myth (Director: Stanley Tong)
  137. The New World (Director: Terrence Malick)
  138. The Pearl (Director: Will Wallace)
  139. The Pirate’s Curse (Director: Mark Roper)
  140. The Prize Winner Of Defiance, Ohio (Director: Jane Anderson)
  141. The Producers (Director: Susan Stroman)
  142. The Promise (Director: Kaige Chen)
  143. The Ring Two (Director: Hideo Nakata)
  144. The Ringer (Director: Barry W. Blaustein)
  145. The Salon (Director: Mark Brown)
  146. The Skeleton Key (Director: Iain Softley)
  147. The Thing About My Folks (Director: Raymond De Felitta)
  148. The Vault (Director: Ric Moxley)
  149. The Wedding Date (Director: Clare Kilner)
  150. The Wendell Baker Story (Directors: Andrew Wilson + Luke Wilson)
  151. The White Countess (Director: James Ivory)
  152. The Work + The Glory II: American Zion (Director: Sterling Van Wagenen)
  153. The World’s Fastest Indian (Director: Roger Donaldson)
  154. Three Bad Man (Director: Jeff Hathcock)
  155. Transporter II (Director: Louis Leterrier)
  156. Underclassman (Director: Marcos Siega)
  157. Undiscovered (Director: Meiert Avis)
  158. Walk The Line (Director: James Mangold)
  159. War Of The Worlds (Director: Steven Spielberg)
  160. Water (Director: Deepa Mehta)
  161. White Noise (Director: Geoffrey Sax)
  162. xXx: State Of The Union (Director: Lee Tamahori)
  1. 12 + Holding (Director: Michael Cuesta)
  2. 2001 Maniacs (Director: Tim Sullivan)
  3. 9th Company (Director: Fedor Bondarchuk)
  4. A Catastrophe Of Men (Director: Benjamin Mennell)
  5. A History Of Violence (Director: David Cronenberg)
  6. A Little Trip To Heaven (Director: Baltasar Kormákur)
  7. A Perfect Fit (Director: Ron Brown)
  8. A Year Without Love (Director: Anahi Berneri)
  9. Aconite (Director: Ben Dixon)
  10. Adam + Steve (Director: Craig Chester)
  11. Adam + Eve (Director: Jeff Kanew)
  12. Adam’s Apples (Director: Anders Thomas Jensen)
  13. All That I Need (Director: James Hergott)
  14. Alone In The Dark (Director: Uwe Boll)
  15. American Gun (Director: Aric Avelino)
  16. American Soldiers (Director: Sidney J. Furie)
  17. American Visa (Director: Juan Carlos Valdivia)
  18. Americano (Director: Kevin Nolan)
  19. An Uzi At The Alamo (Director: Raymond Lepre + Chris Sparling)
  20. Angel-A (Director: Luc Besson)
  21. Another Public Enemy (Director: Woo-Suk Kang)
  22. Are We There Yet? (Director Brian Levant)
  23. Assault On Precinct 13 (Director: Jean-François Richet)
  24. Asylum (Director: David Mackenzie)
  25. Aunt Rose (Director: James Tucker)
  26. Aurora Borealis (Director: James C.E. Burke)
  27. Back In The Day (Director: James Hunter)
  28. Bad Girls From Valley High (Director: John T. Kretchmer)
  29. Bad Reputation (Director: Jim Hemphill)
  30. Beneath Still Waters (Director: Brian Yuzna)
  31. Beowulf + Grendel (Director: Sturla Gunnarsson)
  32. Berkeley (Director: Bobby Roth)
  33. Beyond The Gates (Director: Michael Caton-Jones)
  34. Black Wine (Director: Ryan Rossell)
  35. BloodRayne (Director: Uwe Bolle)
  36. Bloodline (Director: Antwan Smith)
  37. Boardwalk Poets (Director: John Bevilacqua)
  38. Boo (Director: Anthony C. Ferrante)
  39. Born Killers (Director: Morgan J. Freeman)
  40. Boy Eats Girl (Director: Stephen Bradley)
  41. Boynton Beach Club (Director: Susan Seidelman)
  42. Break A Leg (Director: Monika Mitchell)
  43. Breakfast On Pluto (Director: Neil Jordan)
  44. Brick (Director: Rian Johnson)
  45. Brokeback Mountain (Director: Ang Lee)
  46. Broken Flowers (Director: Jim Jarmusch)
  47. Brooklyn Lobster (Director: Kevin Jordan)
  48. Brothers In Arms (Director: Jean-Claude La Marre)
  49. Brothers Of The Head (Director: Keith Fulton + Louis Pepe)
  50. Bubble (Director: Steven Soderbergh)
  51. Caché (Hidden) (Director: Michael Haneke)
  52. Cake (Director Nisha Ganatra)
  53. Capote (Director: Bennett Miller)
  54. Casanova (Director: Lasse Hallström)
  55. Chaos (Director: Tony Giglio)
  56. Chasing Erections (Directors: Hedley Turk)
  57. Che Guevara (Director: Josh Evans)
  58. Chicago Poems (Director: Gerard Jamroz + Thomas Jamroz)
  59. Choker (Director: Nick Vallelonga)
  60. Cold + Dark (Director: Andrew Goth)
  61. Comatose (Director: Michael Merrill)
  62. Confess (Director: Stefan C. Schaefer)
  63. Confession (Director: Jonathan Meyers)
  64. Confessions Of A Pit Fighter (Director: Art Camacho)
  65. Constantine (Director: Francis Lawrence)
  66. Conversations With Other Women (Director: Hans Canosa)
  67. Cruel World (Director: Kelsey T. Howard)
  68. Cup Of My Blood (Director: Lance Catania)
  69. Curandero (Director: Eduardo Rodriguez)
  70. Dark Assassin (Director: Jason Yee)
  71. Dark Remains (Director: Brian Avenet-Bradley)
  72. Dating Games People Play (Director: Stefan Marc)
  73. David + Layla (Director: J.J. Alani)
  74. Dead Fish (Director: Charley Stadler)
  75. Dead Men Walking (Director: Peter Mervis)
  76. Dead In Texas (Director: Michael Anton)
  77. Death Trance (Directors: Yûji Shimomura + Alexander Von David)
  78. Death Tunnel (Director: Philip Adrian Booth)
  79. Deepwater (Director: David S. Marfield)
  80. Demon Hunter (Director: Scott Ziehl)
  81. Derailed (Director: Mikael Håfström)
  82. Desolation Sound (Director: Scott Weber)
  83. Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo (Director: Mike Bigelow)
  84. Diamond Zero (Director: David Gaz + Annelie Wilder)
  85. Dot.kill (Director: John Irvin)
  86. Dinner With An Assassin (Director: Bobby Guions)
  87. Dirty (Director: Chris Fisher)
  88. Dirty Love (Director: John Asher)
  89. Disaster! (Director: Roy T. Wood)
  90. Divergence (Director: Benny Chan)
  91. Dominion: Prequel To The Exorcist (Director: Paul Schrader)
  92. Domino (Director: Tony Scott)
  93. Don’t Come Knocking (Director: Wim Wenders)
  94. Don’t Tell (Director: Cristina Comencini)
  95. Doom (Director: Andrzej Bartkowiak)
  96. Down In The Valley (Director: David Jacobson)
  97. Drop Dead Sexy (Director: Michael Philip)
  98. Duane Hopwood (Director: Matt Mulhern)
  99. Edison (Director: David J. Burke)
  100. Edmond (Director: Stuart Gordon)
  101. El vacilón: The Movie (Director: Agustin)
  102. Eleven Men Out (Director: Róbert I. Douglas)
  103. Ellie Parker (Director: Scott Coffey)
  104. Empire Of The Wolves (Director: Chris Nahon)
  105. English As A Second Language (Director: Youssef Delara)
  106. Evil (Director: Giorgos Nousias)
  107. Evil Aliens (Director: Jake West)
  108. Experiment (Director: Dan Turner)
  109. Extreme Dating (Director: Lorena David)
  110. Factotum (Director: Bent Hamer)
  111. Fastback (Director: Francis Kilduff)
  112. Fateless (Director: Lajos Koltai)
  113. Façade (Director: Brian Bedard)
  114. Feast (Director: John Gulager)
  115. Fierce People (Director: Griffin Dunne)
  116. Forest Of The Damned (Director: Johannes Roberts)
  117. Fortunes (Director: Parker Cross)
  118. Forty Shades Of Blue (Director: Ira Sachs)
  119. Four Brothers (Director: John Singleton)
  120. Frankenstein Reborn (Director: Leigh Scott)
  121. Freezerburn (Director: Melissa Balin)
  122. Fugitive Hunter (Director: John Alexander Jimenez)
  123. Funny Valentine (Director: Jeff Oppenheim)
  124. Game 6 (Director: Michael Hoffman)
  125. Get Rich Or Die Tryin’ (Director: Jim Sheridan)
  126. Ghetto Dawg II (Directors: Jeff Crook + Josh Crook)
  127. Ghosts Never Sleep (Director: Steve Freedman)
  128. Green Street Hooligans (Director: Lexi Alexander)
  129. Guy X (Director: Saul Metzstein)
  130. Hallowed (Director: Rocky Costanzo)
  131. Happy Endings (Director: Don Roos)
  132. Hard Candy (Director: David Slade)
  133. Harder They Fall (Director: Lee Cipolla)
  134. Harsh Times (Director: David Ayer)
  135. Hate Crime (Director: Tommy Stovall)
  136. Haunted Boat (Director: Olga Levens)
  137. Havoc (Director: Barbara Kopple)
  138. Heads Or Tales (Directors: Clark Kline + Joey McAdams)
  139. Headspace (Director: Andrew van den Houten)
  140. Heart Of The Beholder (Director: Ken Tipton)
  141. Heights (Director: Chris Terrio)
  142. Her Name Is Carla (Director: Jay Anania)
  143. Hide + Seek (Director: John Polson)
  144. Hit Me (Director: Michael Kinney)
  145. Hollywood Files (Director: Fabio Segatori)
  146. Hostage (Director: Florent-Emilio Siri)
  147. Hostel (Director: Eli Roth)
  148. House Of 9 (Director: Steven R. Monroe)
  149. House Of Sand (Director: Andrucha Waddington)
  150. House Of Wax (Director: Jaume Collet-Serra)
  151. How You Look To Me (Director: J. Miller Tobin)
  152. How The Garcia Girls Spent Their Summer (Director: Georgina Garcia Riedel)
  153. Hustle + Flow (Director: Craig Brewer)
  154. Imagine Me + You (Director: Ol Parker)
  155. In Her Shoes (Director: Curtis Hanson)
  156. Infection (Director: Albert Pyun)
  157. Insecticidal (Director: Jeffery Scott Lando)
  158. Intermedio (Director: Andrew Lauer)
  159. Into The Sun (Director: mink)
  160. Isolation (Director: Billy O’Brien)
  161. Jarhead (Director: Sam Mendes)
  162. Jolly Roger: Massacre At Cutter’s Cove (Director: Gary Jones)
  163. Junebug (Director: Phil Morrison)
  164. Keep Your Distance (Director: Stu Pollard)
  165. Keeping Mum (Director: Niall Johnson)
  166. King Of The Lost World (Director: Leigh Scott)
  167. Kingdom Of Heaven (Director: Ridley Scott)
  168. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (Director: Shane Black)
  169. Kissed By Winter (Director: Sara Johnsen)
  170. L’enfant (Directors: Jean-Pierre Dardenne + Luc Dardenne)
  171. La caja (Director: Craig McMahon)
  172. La mujer de mi Hermano (Director: Ricardo de Montreuil)
  173. Lady Vengeance (Director: Chan-wook Park)
  174. Land Of The Dead (Director: George A. Romero)
  175. Last Days (Director: Gus Van Sant)
  176. Laura Smiles (Director: Jason Ruscio)
  177. Lethal (Director: Dustin Rikert)
  178. Lethal Eviction (Director: Michael Feifer)
  179. Lie Still (Director: Sean Hogan)
  180. Life Of The Party (Director: Barra Grant)
  181. Little Athens (Director: Tom Zuber)
  182. Little Fish (Director: Rowan Woods)
  183. London (Director: Hunter Richards)
  184. Lonesome Jim (Director: Steve Buscemi)
  185. Long Distance (Director: Marcus Stern)
  186. Looking For Cheyenne (Director: Valérie Minetto)
  187. Lord Of War (Director: Andrew Niccol)
  188. Lost In Plainview (Director: Eric Chambers)
  189. Love + Suicide (Director: Lisa France)
  190. Love Thy Neighbor (Director: Nick Gregory)
  191. Love For Rent (Director: Shane Edelman)
  192. Love, Ludlow (Director: Adrienne Weiss)
  193. Loverboy (Director: Kevin Bacon)
  194. Lower City (Director: Sérgio Machado)
  195. Lucky 13 (Director: Chris Hall)
  196. Man-Thing (Director: Brett Leonard)
  197. Mark 8:36 (Directors: Justin Charles + Michael Brian hart)
  198. Match Point (Director: Woody Allen)
  199. Me and You and Everyone We Know (Director: Miranda July)
  200. Meet The Family (Director: Stan Lerner)
  201. Meet The Family: Dinner With The Rumps (Director: Stan Lerner)
  202. Mortuary (Director: Tobe Hooper)
  203. Mrs. Henderson Presents (Director: Stephen Frears)
  204. Munich (Director: Steven Spielberg)
  205. Mutual Appreciation (Director: Andrew Bujalski)
  206. My Big Fat Independent (Director: Philip Zlotorynski)
  207. Nearing Grace (Director: Rick Rosenthal)
  208. Neighbour No. 13 (Director: Yasuo Inoue)
  209. Never Been Thawed (Director: Sean Anders)
  210. Niagara Motel (Director: Gary Yates)
  211. Night Fangs (Director: Ricardo Islas)
  212. Night Watch (Director: Edgardo Cozarinsky)
  213. Nightmare (Director: Dylan Bank)
  214. Nine Lives (Director: Rodrigo Garcia)
  215. No Rules (Director: Gerry Anderson)
  216. Nomad: The Warrior (Directors: Sergei Bodrov + Ivan Passer)
  217. North Country (Director: Niki Caro)
  218. Occupation: Hollywood (Director: Marques T. Owens)
  219. One Last Thing... (Director: Alex Steyermark)
  220. One Missed Call II (Director: Renpei Tsukamoto)
  221. Partners (Director: David Diamond)
  222. Pieces Of A Dream (Director: Skee Skinner)
  223. Pierrepoint: The Last Hangman (Director: Adrian Shergold)
  224. Pit Fighter (Director: Jesse V. Johnston)
  225. Pontianak harum sundal malam 2 (Directors: Shuhaimi Baba, Aida Fitri Buyung + Ibrahim Elias)
  226. Pray (Director: Yûichi Satô)
  227. Pretty Persuasion (Director: Marcos Siega)
  228. Private Moments (Director: Jag Mundhra)
  229. Pros + Ex-Cons (Director: Timothy Boyle)
  230. Pure (Director: Susan Karrie Braun)
  231. Queens (Director: Manuel Gómez Pereira)
  232. Race You To The Bottom (Director: Russell Brown)
  233. Red Doors (Director: Georgia Lee)
  234. Red Mercury (Director: Roy Battersby)
  235. Reincarnation (Director: Takashi Shimizu)
  236. Remedy (Director: Christian Maelen)
  237. Return of the Living Dead, Part IV: Necropolis (Director: Ellory Elkayem)
  238. Return of the Living Dead, Part V: Rave to the Grave (Director: Ellory Elkayem)
  239. Reversal Of Misfortune (Director: Tim Riel)
  240. Revolver (Director: Guy Ritchie)
  241. River Queen (Director: Vincent Ward)
  242. Rock The Paint (Director: Phil Bertelsen)
  243. Romance + Cigarettes (Director: John Turturro)
  244. Rosario Tijeras (Director: Emilio Maillé)
  245. Rx (Director: Ariel Vromen)
  246. Santa’s Slay (Director: David Steiman)
  247. Saw II (Director: Darren Lynn Bousman)
  248. Say Uncle (Director: Peter Paige)
  249. Scar (Director: Rahil Bhorania)
  250. Searching For Bobby D (Director: Paul Borghese)
  251. Secuestro express (Director: Jonathan Jakubowicz)
  252. Self-Medicated (Director: Monty Lapica)
  253. Separate Lies (Director: Julian Fellowes)
  254. Severed (Director: Carl Bessai)
  255. Sex Sells: The Making of 'Touché' (Director: Jonathan Liebert)
  256. Shadow Of The Sword (The Headsman) (Director: Simon Aeby)
  257. Shadowboxer (Director: Lee Daniels)
  258. Shadowless Sword (Director: Young-jun Kim)
  259. Shapeshifter (Director: Gregory Lemkin)
  260. Sharkskin 6 (Director: Trevor King)
  261. Shinobi: Heart Under Blade (Director: Ten Shimoyama)
  262. Shopgirl (Director: Anand Tucker)
  263. Side Effects (Director: Kathleen Slattery-Moschkau)
  264. Silence Becomes You (Director: Stephanie Sinclaire)
  265. Silent Scream (Director: Matt Cantu + Lance Kawas)
  266. Sin City (Directors: Frank Miller, Robert Rodriguez + Quentin Tarantino)
  267. Slaughterhouse Of The Rising Sun (Director: Vin Crease)
  268. Slingshot (Director: Jay Alaimo)
  269. Slipstream (Director: David van Eyssen)
  270. Slow Burn (Director: Wayne Beach)
  271. Snuff-Movie (Director: Bernard Rose)
  272. Southern Belles (Directors: Paul S. Myers + Brennan Shroff)
  273. Spirit Trap (Director: David Smith)
  274. Standing Still (Director: Matthew Cole Weiss)
  275. State Property: Blood On The Streets (Director: Damon Dash)
  276. Stay (Director: Marc Forster)
  277. Stoned (Director: Stephen Woolley)
  278. Strange As Angels (Director: Steven Foley)
  279. Strangers With Candy (Director: Paul Dinello)
  280. Syriana (Director: Stephen Gaghan)
  281. Tamara (Director: Jeremy Haft)
  282. Target Of Opportunity (Director: Danny Lerner)
  283. Thank You For Smoking (Director: Jason Reitman)
  284. The 40-Year-Old Virgin (Director: Judd Apatow)
  285. The Amateurs (Director: Michael Traeger)
  286. The Amityville Horror (Director: Andrew Douglas)
  287. The Ballad Of Jack + Rose (Director: Rebecca Miller)
  288. The Beast Of Bray Road (Director: Leigh Scott)
  289. The Best Man (Director: Stefan Schwartz)
  290. The Big White (Director: Mark Mylod)
  291. The Business (Director: Nick Love)
  292. The Cavern (Director: Olatunde Osunsanmi)
  293. The Chumscrubber (Director: Arie Posin)
  294. The Civilization Of Maxwell Bright (Director: David Beaird)
  295. The Coat Room (Director: Jason F. Gilbert)
  296. The Constant Gardener (Director: Fernando Meirelles)
  297. The Crow: Wicked Prayer (Director: Lance Mungia)
  298. The Cutter (Director: William Tannen)
  299. The Dark (Director: John Fawcett)
  300. The Dark Hours (Director: Paul Fox)
  301. The Deal (Director: Harvey Kahn)
  302. The Death Of Mr. Lazarescu (Director: Cristi Puiu)
  303. The Descent (Director: Neil Marshall)
  304. The Devil’s Rejects (Director: Rob Zombie)
  305. The Dying Gaul (Director: Craig Lucas)
  306. The Girl From Monday (Director: Hal Hartley)
  307. The Godfather Of Green Bay (Director: Pete Schwaba)
  308. The Good Humor Man (Director: Tenney Fairchild)
  309. The Great New Wonderful (Director: Danny Leiner)
  310. The Great Raid (Director: John Dahl)
  311. The Heirloom (Director: Leste Chen)
  312. The Helix...Loaded (Director: A. Raven Cruz)
  313. The Ice Harvest (Director: Harold Ramis)
  314. The Jacket (Director: John Maybury)
  315. The King (Director: James Marsh)
  316. The King Maker (Director: Lek Kitaparaporn)
  317. The L.A. Riot Spectacular (Director: Marc Klasfeld)
  318. The Last Confederate: The Story of Robert Adams (Directors: Julian Adams, A. Blaine Miller + Blaine Miller)
  319. The Legend Of Lucy Keyes (Director: John Stimpson)
  320. The Life and Hard Times of Guy Terrifico (Michael Mabbott)
  321. The Long Weekend (Director: Pat Holden)
  322. The Lost Angel (Director: Dimitri Logothetis)
  323. The Lost City (Director: Andy Garcia)
  324. The Luau (Director: Barry Bowles)
  325. The Matador (Director: Richard Shepard)
  326. The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green (Director: George Bamber)
  327. The Notorious Bettie Page (Director: Mary Harron)
  328. The Nun (Director: Luis de la Madrid)
  329. The Path Of Evil (Director: Brad Goodman)
  330. The Proposition (Director: John Hillcoat)
  331. The Protector (Director: Prachya Pinkaew)
  332. The Prototype (Director: Christopher Cantwell)
  333. The Puffy Chair (Directors: Jay Duplass + Mark Duplass)
  334. The Quiet (Director: Jamie Babbit)
  335. The Rain Makers (Director: Ray Ellingsen)
  336. The River King (Director: Nick Willing)
  337. The Russian Specialist (Director: Dolph Lundgren)
  338. The Second Front (Director: Dmitriy Fiks)
  339. The Sisters (Director: Arthur Allan Seidelman)
  340. The Squid + The Whale (Director: Noah Baumbach)
  341. The Tenants (Director: Danny Green)
  342. The Three Burials Of Of Melquiades Estrada (Director: Tommy Lee Jones)
  343. The Trouble With Dee Dee (Director: Mike Meiners)
  344. The Truth About Love (Director: John Hay)
  345. The Unknown (Director: Karl Kozak)
  346. The Upside Of Anger (Director: Mike Binder)
  347. The War Within (Director: Joseph Castelo)
  348. The Weather Man (Director: Gore Verbinski)
  349. The Witch’s Sabbath (Director: Jeff Leroy)
  350. The Zodiac (Director: Alexander Bulkley)
  351. These Girls (Director: John Hazlett)
  352. This Revolution (Director: Stephen Marshall)
  353. Thralls (Director: Ron Oliver)
  354. Three Dollars (Director: Robert Connolly)
  355. Throttle (Director: James Seale)
  356. Thumbsucker (Director: Mike Mills)
  357. Tideland (Director: Terry Gilliam)
  358. Touched (Director: Timothy Scott Bogart)
  359. Touching Down (Director: Chris King)
  360. Tracks (Director: Peter Wade)
  361. Transamerica (Director: Duncan Tucker)
  362. Trip Out (Director: James M. Hausler)
  363. Tristram Shandy: A Cock + Bull Story (Director: Michael Winterbottom)
  364. Trust The Man (Director: Bart Freundlich)
  365. Tryst (Director: John Ashmore)
  366. Tsotsi (Director: Gavin Hood)
  367. Turning Green (Directors: Michael Aimette + John G. Hofmann)
  368. Two For The Money (Director: D.J. Caruso)
  369. Typhoon (Director: Kyung-taek Kwak)
  370. Unleashed (Director: Louis Leterrier)
  371. V For Vendetta (Director: James McTeigue)
  372. Venice Underground (Director: Eric DelaBarre)
  373. Venom (Director: Jim Gillespie)
  374. View In Black + White (Director: Irwin Miller)
  375. Vinsanity (Director: Kaan Tulgar)
  376. Wah-Wah (Director: Richard E. Grant)
  377. Waiting... (Director: Rob McKittrick)
  378. Wassup Rockers (Director: Larry Clark)
  379. Waterborne (Director: Ben Rekhi)
  380. Way Of The Vampire (Directors: Sarah Nean Bruce + Eduardo Durão)
  381. Wedding Crashers (Director: David Dobkin)
  382. Wheelmen (Director: Dirk Hagen)
  383. When Do We Eat? (Director: Salvador Litvak)
  384. Where The Truth Lies (Director: Atom Egoyan)
  385. Wild Country (Director: Craig Strachan)
  386. Window Theory (Director: Andrew Putschoegl)
  387. Winter Passing (Director: Adam Rapp)
  388. Within (Directors: John A. Curtis + Merlin Ward)
  389. Wolf Creek (Director: Greg McLean)
  390. You Are Alone (Director: Gorman Bechard)
  391. You + Your Stupid Mate (Director: Marc Gracie)
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2016.03.02 04:59 anonlucassuhdude Talking to a girl I don't know!

Waddup. So basically I am a 10th grader and need some advice on talking to this girl. Sorry for being straight forward im rushing the shit out of this ahha. So basically this girl is sooooo cute. I wouldnt call her the hot type of girl that I'd "smash and pass on", she is something else. Smart, very attractive face, fit. Also don't rip on me for this but I "stalked" her twitter for a little while and we seem to relate A LOT based off that. Today I walked past her and just got chills and butterflies running through me. I have never said a word to her, I don't even know if she knows my name. Another thing, and I hate saying this because its so high school and cringy, is I would consider myself decently popular, but the people she hangs out with aren't. She kind of is as she's close acquaintances with many of the more "popular" girls in our grade. But all of her friends are literally people I wouldn't want to necessarily be around. Her guy friends to are just absolute toolbags. Sorry if I am coming off as mean or stupid, once again this is rushed and I promise I am actually a truly nice and personable guy... So anyway I basically have 0 relation to this girl, but I feel like if we had a way to meet we would become so close to fast and end up dating. I have asked a lot of attractive girls I know for honest number ratings, another thing I hate, and they all said about a 7, which I am fine with. This girl I would say is a 8.5-9, but probably considers herself less. So I am just wondering HOW THE HELL DO I GET IN TOUCH WITH HER!!! Cause after that I feel like everything would hit off! I feel like everything in my life is in a great place right now except for a girlfriend. Honestly the past few days especially when I see her I just have a flash of not giving a fuck but always pussy out and don't just go say hi. So I thought of a kinda cute and funny way to meet her, well actually to, so I would love some feedback on them as well as other ideas, IM OPEN TO ANYTHING:)
1: (Her and I cross paths in hallway) background info is she kinda looks like Jamie Lynn Spears Ok so scenario 1: ME: WOAH WOAH WOAH, hold on, Can I have your autograph! HER:(Laughs) Wait what? ME: Aren't you that actress from..... what's that show called, ZOEY 101! You look just like her! HER:(Something like this probably) Umm no hahaha but you're funny ME: Yeah I know I'm just joking, you're way prettier than her(casually) but uhhhh whats your name? Her:(Her Name) ME: (her name is unique) Cool name, nice to meet you Im Lucas!(Softly shake hands) ME: So (Im thinking of a random question/interesting one to ask her, PLZ HELP ME WITH THIS IF YOU LIKE THE CONCEPT!!:)) But basically leads on from there, I feel like if I grow a pair to do this it could work idk please give your advice :)
Scenario 2: Walk up to her. ME: HEy see my friend over there(point at random person or friend far away) He thinks you are super cute and wants your number, could i get it for him HER: If she says yes gives number, if no than I say ok but can i have it for myself:) ME: (IF she says yes) Ok thanks, I'll text you sometime! This way i tricked her and its kinda funny IDK tho this one might be stupid ahhaa. So any feedback/advice appreciated! Thanks everyone hope all of you reading this have a great rest of your nights :)))
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2016.03.02 03:53 anonlucassuhdude Advice on talking to girls in high school

Waddup. So basically I am a 10th grader and need some advice on talking to this girl. Sorry for being straight forward im rushing the shit out of this ahha. So basically this girl is sooooo cute. I wouldnt call her the hot type of girl that I'd "smash and pass on", she is something else. Smart, very attractive face, fit. Also don't rip on me for this but I "stalked" her twitter for a little while and we seem to relate A LOT based off that. Today I walked past her and just got chills and butterflies running through me. I have never said a word to her, I don't even know if she knows my name. Another thing, and I hate saying this because its so high school and cringy, is I would consider myself decently popular, but the people she hangs out with aren't. She kind of is as she's close acquaintances with many of the more "popular" girls in our grade. But all of her friends are literally people I wouldn't want to necessarily be around. Her guy friends to are just absolute toolbags. Sorry if I am coming off as mean or stupid, once again this is rushed and I promise I am actually a truly nice and personable guy... So anyway I basically have 0 relation to this girl, but I feel like if we had a way to meet we would become so close to fast and end up dating. I have asked a lot of attractive girls I know for honest number ratings, another thing I hate, and they all said about a 7, which I am fine with. This girl I would say is a 8.5-9, but probably considers herself less. So I am just wondering HOW THE HELL DO I GET IN TOUCH WITH HER!!! Cause after that I feel like everything would hit off! I feel like everything in my life is in a great place right now except for a girlfriend. Honestly the past few days especially when I see her I just have a flash of not giving a fuck but always pussy out and don't just go say hi. So I thought of a kinda cute and funny way to meet her, well actually to, so I would love some feedback on them as well as other ideas, IM OPEN TO ANYTHING:)
1: (Her and I cross paths in hallway) background info is she kinda looks like Jamie Lynn Spears Ok so scenario 1: ME: WOAH WOAH WOAH, hold on, Can I have your autograph! HER:(Laughs) Wait what? ME: Aren't you that actress from..... what's that show called, ZOEY 101! You look just like her! HER:(Something like this probably) Umm no hahaha but you're funny ME: Yeah I know I'm just joking, you're way prettier than her(casually) but uhhhh whats your name? Her:(Her Name) ME: (her name is unique) Cool name, nice to meet you Im Lucas!(Softly shake hands) ME: So (Im thinking of a random question/interesting one to ask her, PLZ HELP ME WITH THIS IF YOU LIKE THE CONCEPT!!:)) But basically leads on from there, I feel like if I grow a pair to do this it could work idk please give your advice :)
Scenario 2: Walk up to her. ME: HEy see my friend over there(point at random person or friend far away) He thinks you are super cute and wants your number, could i get it for him HER: If she says yes gives number, if no than I say ok but can i have it for myself:) ME: (IF she says yes) Ok thanks, I'll text you sometime! This way i tricked her and its kinda funny IDK tho this one might be stupid ahhaa. So any feedback/advice appreciated! Thanks everyone hope all of you reading this have a great rest of your nights :)))
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