Rickman Resolution

This year my resolution was to watch every Alan Rickman film. Why? Because he’s the BEST ACTOR, EVER! I’m a Rickmaniac, can you tell? As I watch a film, I’ll cross it off the list. When all the movies are crossed out, I’ll do something crazy, like give away an Amazon gift card to a lucky commentor. So, tell me what your favorite Rickman film is and if you find I am missing one, please let me know.

1. Die Hard

2. The January Man

3. Quigley Down Under

4. Truly Madly Deeply

5. Closet Land

6. Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves

7. Close My Eyes

8. Bob Roberts

9. Mesmer

10. An Awfully Big Adventure

11. Sense and Sensibility

12. Rasputin

13. Michael Collins

14. Judas Kiss

15. Dark Harbor

16. Dogma

17. A Fish Tale

18. Blow Dry

19. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

20. The Search for John Gissing

21. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

22. Love Actually

23. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

24. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

25. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

26. Snow Cake

27. Perfume: The Story of a Murderer

28. Nobel Son

29. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

30. Sweeny Todd

31. Bottle Shock

32.Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince

33. Alice in Wonderland

34. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1

35. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2

36. The Song of Lunch

37. Looking for my Brother

38. Something the Lord Made

39. Romeo and Juliet

40. The Barchester Chronicles

41. Gambit

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4 responses to “Rickman Resolution

  1. Kath

    You can see: Busted – 1982 &  Benefactors & Romeo & Juliet 1978 1989 In instalments on YouTube , also AR’s segment of Revolutionary WItness , titles : Jacques Roux (segment “The Preacher”)> is on you tube as well.
    Therese Ranquin 1980 is on DVD – Im actually watching it this week.

  2. Theresa Kind

    Good Luck I really hope that you will be able to watch all of Alan Rickman’s (swoon, sigh,drool) movies. I highly recommend Blow Dry, Snowcake, Searching for John Gissing, & last but not least Something the Lord Made. He is amazing & so talented. Enjoy!! I have seen most of the movies on your list. Happy New Year!!

  3. I’ve seen Snow Cake, it was very good and sad. I also saw Perfume, which, I think is one of the worst most absolutely abhorent movies I’ve ever seen. I just couldn’t believe I was seeing Alan Rickman standing among the naked, writing bodies of all those hundreds of people there at the end. So glad smell-o-vision hasn’t been invented yet! 😉

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