Repo Man Godfather Godfather 2 The Omen Damien: Omen 2 Goodfellas Frankenstein Bride of Frankenstein Iron Man Iron Man 3 Avengers Assemble Avengers: Infinity War Avengers: Endgame Guardians of the Galaxy Spider-Man The Punisher (1989) Bloodsport Dark Angel Donnie Brasco Heat Ronin Pulp Fiction Die Hard The Chase (1966) Being There Chinatown The Pink Panther Man on Wire Freddie Got Fingered Animal House American Psycho Casino Royale (2006) Last Tango in Paris Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid North by Northwest AngelHeart Get Carter The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1930’s) Carry on Screaming Taxi Driver Went the Day Well Jackie Brown Dr No On the Waterfront Gomorrah Choco und Piss 4 The Jerk The Last Boy Scout Terminator 2: Judgement Day Lift to the Scaffold
I can never cobble together more than 20 films, I always forget what films I've seen. I'll give it a go though in a couple of day's time. I can't remember which was the best Police Academy sequel without a bit of thought.
Between 1955 and around 1980 (when I stopped going to the cinema) I must have seen upwards of 5,000. After that on just TV video and DVD another three or four thousand (though relatively few this century). Can't pick a meaningful 50, but would include Bringin Up Baby, Cries and Whispers, Hellzapoppin, a couple of Peckinpahs, another Bergman or two, some Capra, couple by woody Allen, couple by Peckinpah, Rear Window and a couple more Hitchcok, several silents, one or two by Eisenstein, Le Sang des Betes, Duck Soup, maybe A Night at the Opera, two or three Welles (including the obvious), some Bunual, at least half a dozen Laurel and Hardy shorts, a few Ealing comedies ,one or two by Roeg, some Kurosawa, several Tojo monster flicks, a few westerns, Singing in the Rain and other Gene Kelly psychedelia, some Busby Berkeley and I'm already running out of room even though I'm only up to the 1970s. Add in a couple of Coen Brothers and Airplane! too. And I'm sure there's lots more I would find worthy.
Definitely nothing by Kubrick or Godard (or any of the Nouvelle Vague, although I don't actually hate Truffaut): not keen on David Lean, Antonionionooni, Fellini or Pasolini, and no Horror Films (I get enough of that at home thank you very much).
Miller's Crossing The Wickerman The Exorcist It's a Wonderful Life Shadow of a Doubt Thirst Sinister The Innocents Le Trou In Bruges The Shawshank Redemption Godfather pt 1 Cool Hand Luke The Hustler On the Waterfront Amer Rear Window Sympathy for Mr Vengeance The Cabinet of Dr Caligari Friday 13th Part 2 Scream Airplane! Yojimbo Black Christmas The Disappearance of Alice Creed Barton Fink A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night Housebound Amores Perros Suzhou River Let the Right One In The Orphanage A Prophet