rauldc14's DVD Collection


Alright so I am what some would say in the beginning stages of my collection and as a result most of them are from the 90's and 00's but here it is:

Ace in the Hole
After Hours
Alice in a Wonderland (1951)
American Gangster
American Hustle
American Sniper
Antwone Fisher
Are You Here
The Asphalt Jungle
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Back to the Future
Batman Begins
Beautiful Mind
Ben Hur
Big Trouble in Little China
Birds (The)
Blind Side
Blood Diamond
Bone Collector
Bourne SupremacySupremacy
Bridge on the River Kwai
Bucket List
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Casino Royale
Cinderella Man
Crash (00's)
Crimson Tide
Dark Knight
Dark Knight Rises
Deja Vu
Dial M for Murder
Don't Breathe
Draft Day
Dr. No
Double Indemnity
Eagle Eye
Eastern Promises
Ed Wood
Edge of Darkness
Evil Dead 1&2
Eyes Wide Shut
Family Stone
Fantastic Four
Fantastic Mr. Fox
Fantastic Planet
Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
Fighter (The)
Finding Nemo
Florida Project
Fog (The)
For Your Eyes Only
Foreign Correspondent
Forrest Gump
Fourty Year Old Virgin
From Russia with Love
Fun with Dick and Jane
Furious 7
Gone Baby Gone
Gran Torino
Grapes of Wrath
Great Debaters
Gridiron GangGang
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy 2
Hacksaw Ridge
Hangover 2
Hangover 3
High Noon
Hobbit: Battle of Five Armies
I am Legend
I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry
I Robot
Independence Day
Inside Man
Iron Man
Iron Man 2
Iron Man 3
It Happened One Night
Italian Job
John Q
Jurassic Park
Jurassic World
The Killers
LA Confidential
La La Land
Lady Bird
Longest Yard
Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
Lord of the Rings: Return of the King
Lost Weekend
Lucky Ones
Malcolm X
Manchester by the Sea
Man of Steel
Man on Fire
Man with the Golden Gun
Married Life
Midnight in Paris
Million Dollar Baby
Mission Impossible 3
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Morning Glory
Mulholland Dr.
My Darling Clementine
Mystic River
National Treasure
National Treasure 2
Nightmare on Elm Street 1&2
No Country for Old Men
North by Northwest
Notorious (1946)
Old School
On Her Majesty's Secret Service
On the Waterfront
Only Angels Have Wings
Out of Time
Outlaw Josey Wales
Pale Rider
Paris, Texas
Porco Rosso
Power Rangers
Pursuit of Happyness
Raging Bull
Rain Man
Raising Arizona
Rear Window
Red Eye
Red River
Reign Over Me
Remember the Titans
The Revenant
Ride the Pink Horse
Ring (The)
Royal Tenenbaums
Sansho the Bailiff
Saving Private Ryan
Secret Window
Seven Pounds
Shanghai Noon
Shape of Water
Shawshank Redemption
Shrek 2
Silence of the Lambs
Silver Linings Playbook
Some like it Hot
Spiderman 2
Spiderman 3
Spider-Man: Homecoming
Spirited Away
Spy Who Loved Me
Stalag 17
State of Play
Still Waiting
Stranger than Fiction
Streetcar named Desire
Super 8
Sweet Smell of Success
Sword in the Stone
Take Shelter
Taking of Pelham 123
Thor 2
Town (The)
Training Day
Treasure of the Sierra Madre
21 Grams
2 Guns
The Uninvited
Up in the Air
V for Vendetta
Van Wilder
War of the Worlds
We Own the Night
Wedding Crashers
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
Winter's Bone
Wizard of Oz
World Trade CenterCenter
X Men: Days of Future Past
You Only Live Twice

Other DVD
Green Bay Packers 2010 NFL Champions DVD
10 Greatest Games- Green Bay Packers
Jeff Dunham- Controlled Chaos

Wife's Collection
Pretty Woman
Hocus Pocus
Corpse Bride
Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Sherlock Holmes
Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
Happily Never After
Happily Never After 2
Home for the Holidays
Shrek 2
Shrek 3
Sweetest Thing
Wedding Singer
Cricket of the Hearth
Beauty and the Beast
Meet the Robinsons
The Incredibles
Bedknobs and Broomsticks
Howl's Moving Castle
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Slumdog Millionaire
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Sweeney Todd
Steel Magnolias
Fried Green Tomatoes
Pay it Foward
The Road to El Doardo
A Christmas Carol
The Princess and the Frog
Quest for Camelot
The Sound of Music
All Dogs Go To Heaven
In Her Shoes
Treasure Planet
White Christmas
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
Garfield the Movie
The Polar Express
The Muppet Christmas Carol
Home Alone
Home Alone 2
A Knight's Tale
Arthur and the Invisibles
The Birdcage
Young Frankenstein
The Nightmare before Christmas
The Secret World of Arriety
Hotel Transylvania
Rise of the Guardians
The Croods
Mrs. Doubtfire
Wall E
Pitch Perfect

TV Shows & Miscellaneous
Golden Girls 1 2 3 4 5
Big Bang Theory 1-7
Christmas Classics (Both Sets)
Charlie Brown (All Holidays)
Mike and Molly Seasons 2 and 3
Jeff Dunham (All DVDs) including Minding the Monsters

"Money won is twice as sweet as money earned."

Fallen - I liked this interms of a single viewing it really doesn't have to much to offer after that for me at least.
Fantastic Four - If this wasn't bad enough they had to make a sequal that somehow made this look like a masterpiece that no easy feet.
Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift - for me this is the best of the bunch
Gridiron Gang - I'm a rock fan so yeah i like it
Jumper - the rep this film has gotten has been quite harsh over the last couple of years I throughly enjoyed it nothing to original or creative but good entertainment
Kingdom - Intense film really caught me off guard. The part were the unit is driving on the highway and they get ambushed is beautifully paced and increasingly thrilling.
L.A. Confidential - One of the best films of all time.
Out of Time - I remember being so excited by the trailer of this movie and then being so let down by the film. I recently rewatched it seeing if my view had changed it hadn't.
Red Eye - what's this one like ?
Secret Window - should have been a whole lot better in the end it's a decent suspense.
Shooter - Warning action fan here! waiting for sequal
Taking of Pelham One Two Three - Watch the original. This is good but nothing compared to it.
War of the Worlds - I love the way Spielberg keeps everything close to his hip pocket never really giving you what you want. it's almost as if he's testing you to see how many imes he can get away with dissapointing you.
We Own the Night - Check out Narc. I think you'll dig it.
World Trade Center - Oliver Stone's done much much better if you liked this one I recommend almost anything else he's done.

It is find of ironic that you chose to comment on the majority of my bottom tier movies of my collection

of the ones you've mentioned, I'm only a big fan of Jumper, Red Eye, Shooter, and L.A. Confidential

Red Eye is just a solidly fun movie. No it isn't the greatest hour and a half of cinema, but it is a fun movie to watch.

World Trade Center, Out of Time, Taking of Pelham 123, and Gridiron Gang are decent collection items I suppose.

The rest are in my bottom 15 of movies owned.

It is find of ironic that you chose to comment on the majority of my bottom tier movies of my collection

Red Eye is just a solidly fun movie. No it isn't the greatest hour and a half of cinema, but it is a fun movie to watch.

The rest are in my bottom 15 of movies owned.
I've enjoyed most if not all of wes craven's stuff in some way or another yet I have yet to see Red Eye. Looks interesting.

Partly why I choose those films, is because that is what I found to be some of the more unique choice of your dvd collection. Partly as well I own quite a few of them and didn't feel like commenting on stuff I already own. And Partly mentioning certain others for lack of a better word would be redundent they already get there fair or more than fair share of praise.

Of the ones you own I own these
Bone Collector
Bourne Supremacy
Casino Royale
Dark Knight
Deja Vu
Fourty Year Old Virgin
Gran Torino
I am Legend
I Robot
Independence Day
LA Confidential
Man on Fire
Million Dollar Baby
Mission Impossible 3
Mystic River
National Treasure
No Country for Old Men
Old School
Pursuit of Happyness
Rain Man
Royal Tenenbaums
Shawshank Redemption
Silence of the Lambs
Stranger than Fiction
V for Vendetta

I have to add a lot more strong films to make my collection look good......there are some movies that I have that aren't necessarily "worthy" of being in a good collection but I bought them because I hadn't seen them before or they were a gift.

I have to add a lot more strong films to make my collection look good......there are some movies that I have that aren't necessarily "worthy" of being in a good collection but I bought them because I hadn't seen them before or they were a gift.
I own a lot of movies that people would scough at. I think they all have there place. Over the years I've gotten ride of some but many have remand. Some you find for cheap some are given to you as you said. Everyones taste are different which is a good thing. Don't be swayed by others. Choose your movies based purely around your own taste because in the end your the one who will be watching them.

One of the toughest decisions I make now which I would have liked to have done when I first got into collecting dvd's. I would buy a movie on dvd that I loved but here's the kicker I wouldn't nesscaraly watch that film more than 2 or 3 times at most a hand full of times including commentary. I've been collecting dvd since the christmas of 1998 my first dvd was Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. More than 10 years have passed and I can honestly say i've probably watched Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas 3 or 4 time that's it.

I know tend to look at what i'm buying based off of how great the repeatability quality of the movie is rather than it being within my top hundred or what have you from an owning point of view. As an example I own James Buelishi's K-9. It hasn't even been two years and I've already watched at least 3 times that I can remember and had it on in the backgroung a few other times.

I love the fact that you own bone colector, deja vu, distrubia, I Robot, national treasure, shooter and many others because well from me they all have great repeatability quality. something you can go back to rather than something you can say you have and own in your collection.

I agree. I do have a lot of movies that sure aren't the finest films of all time, but they are just simply fun to watch (deja vu, wedding crashers, lucky ones, disturbia, independence day, etc. etc.

Great start its a good collection. One question wasn't it you that called some of the movies you own overrated and bad: (Blood Diamond, Platoon) Just curious if I'm wrong sorry.

Indeed it was. That's what is weird about my collection: I do not necessarily love every movie in it. Blood Diamond was given to me as a gift which I hadn't seen the movie before and didn't really like it too much (it DOES need a rewatch though). Platoon I bought in advance of ever seeing it before ($5) and just wasn't totally impressed.

5 spots left on my tower (till I get another one)

Thinking of what movies to fill it with (North by Northwest seems like a good choice)

5 spots left on my tower (till I get another one)

Thinking of what movies to fill it with (North by Northwest seems like a good choice)
Do you have a list of films that you really want to buy ?

I don't know there are a few I've been looking towards getting (North by Northwest, Dial M for Murder). I'm thinking about the Hitchcock box set but I might just want the movies individually.

I was also thinking that I need to add The Hangover at some point in time as well.

I could always go the route of buying random movies with good reputations that I haven't seen before and see how that works out as well.

Who knows, I'm confused with what to do hah.

Any suggestions based off of what I have? (Yes I need some more classics as well)

Well you've got Mann's Heat and Collateral you should check out Manhunter espically because you’ve also got Silence of the Lambs which it parallels to some degree. Another serial killer movie you own
is David Fincher's Se7en have you seen Fight Club or Zodiac.

Maybe pick up something by Kubrick Full Metal Jacket, A Clockwork Orangeand The Shining.

How about the New Star Trek film

Big blockbuster fun i'd go with The Day After Tomorrow, The Fugitive, The Great Escape, The Guns of Navarone, The Hunt for Red October, The Poseidon Adventure.

Traffic - If you liked this film then there's little you wont like about other Soderbergh films. Maybe go with Out of Sight or The Limey its extremely experimental.

Troy - Not sure if your into war films or not but the same director who did Troy made an amazing Submarine film called Das Boot. Its foreign so if subtitle are an issue it will be an issue

Denzel Washington Training Day, The Siege, Courage Under Fire, Devil in the Blue Dress, Crimson Tide, Glory, Philadelphia and The Taking of Pelham One, Two, Three are all worthy Denzel Washington DVDs to own.

Some off the cuff recommendations

Escape From New York
Lord of War
Open Range
Once Upon a time in the West
The Right Stuff
John Carpenter’s The Thing
Three Kings
What’s Up Doc
The Warriors

I've written a few of the movies that sound pretty good down. I wasn't a big fan of Traffic (bought it initally without seeing it) so I probably won't like any other Soderbergh stuff I'm guessing.

At some point i've definitely got to add Glory, Malcolm X, and Training Day

I haven't seen Once Upon a Time in the West and Das Boot, but I've heard good things. The Shining sounds like a good add but haven't seen it as well. I've seen Zodiac, Fight Club, Crimson Tide, and Courage Under Fire but don't know if I want any of them

Since you're obviously a big Rachel McAdams fan I suppose you just plain haven't gotten around to Mean Girls or The Notebook, but one that may have gotten by you completely is the Canadian TV series "Slings & Arrows", where she co-stars in the first season (and appears in the first episode of the second season). Definitely worth tracking down.

And by the by, you'll be interested to know that there is an entire thread devoted to Ms. McAdams, HERE.
"Film is a disease. When it infects your bloodstream it takes over as the number one hormone. It bosses the enzymes, directs the pineal gland, plays Iago to your psyche. As with heroin, the antidote to Film is more Film." - Frank Capra

I've seen parts of Mean Girls and The Notebook, but as a 22 year old male it may be a bit too much to have in my collection. Slings and Arrows looks great might have to check it out.

Thanks for showing the McAdams thread!