The Total of New British Fiction Feature Films Seen in 2009

With the passing of the old year, a chapter in my British cinema adventure ends, but the project will continue with many films of 2009 still to be seen in 2010, and analysis and reflection about the films to be made, and news to be gathered.

There were 90 British fiction feature films that were given a theatrical release in the UK during 2009.

I saw 53 of these films – 40 of them at the cinema (bold) and 13 more on DVD or online:

Slumdog Millionaire
Better Things
Faintheart – DVD
The Broken – DVD
Revolutionary Road
The Secret of Moonacre
Reverb – DVD
The Young Victoria
Hush – DVD
Lesbian Vampire Killers
The Damned United
The Boat That Rocked

Good – DVD
In the Loop
City Rats – DVD
FAQ About Time Travel
Is Anybody There?

Last Chance Harvey

Summer Scars – online
Looking for Eric
New Town Killers – DVD
Telstar – DVD
The Last Thakur – online
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
The Taking of Pelham 123
Dorian Gray

Reckoning Day – DVD
31 North 62 East
The Firm
Morris: A Life With Bells On
The Spell
Le Donk and Scor-Zay-Zee – DVD
WMD – online
The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus
Dead Man Running
1 Day

Bright Star
Harry Brown
Glorious 39
Bunny and the Bull
St Trinian’s 2: The Legend of Fritton’s Gold

There are 37 films that I will now try to see as quickly as possible in 2010:

I Can’t Think Straight
The World Unseen
50 Dead Men Walking
Little Ashes
French Film
The Hide
Shadows in the Sun
Soi Cowboy
Beyond the Fire
The Disappeared
The Blue Tower
Red Mist
Mad, Sad & Bad
Coffin Rock
Fish Tank
The Agent
Away we Go
Jack Said
The Soloist
White Lightnin’
Vinyan Lost Souls
Katalin Varga
An Education
Southern Softies
Mr Right
The Descent Part 2
Unmade Beds
Dogging: A Love Story
Nowhere Boy

 The clocks are running. Happy film-watching for 2010.

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