With American Film Institute (AFI) (Sorted by Date of Your Rating Ascending)
1. The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1944)
Passed | 107 min | Drama, Romance
A rope bridge over a gorge in the Peruvian Andes snaps, sending five people plunging to their deaths. A priest sets out to find out more about the life of each of the victims.
3. Eraserhead (1977)
Not Rated | 89 min | Horror
Henry Spencer tries to survive his industrial environment, his angry girlfriend, and the unbearable screams of his newly born mutant child.
Votes: 92,356 | Gross: $7.00M
5. Sherman's March (1985)
Not Rated | 157 min | Documentary, Biography, Comedy
Documentary filmmaker Ross McElwee sets out to make a movie about Union General Sherman's March to the Sea towards the end of the American Civil War, but keeps getting sidetracked by his own love life.
6. Living on Tokyo Time (1987)
R | 83 min | Comedy, Drama
When her visa expires, a young Japanese immigrant in San Francisco agrees to marry a Japanese-American boy to avoid being deported back to Japan.
Votes: 154 | Gross: $0.29M
8. The Prom (1992)
49 min | Drama
Marty is not comfortable showing his body at college or private. He is suffering from a skin disease called nevus flammeus. In town he stumbles on The Dunes. A porn-shop-theme-park with one... See full summary »
9. Clinic E (1996)
A young man receives a letter informing him that one of his ex-lovers has tested HIV positive. In a panic, he takes the HIV test and, as he awaits the results, he tries to figure out who of... See full summary »
10. Black Sheep Boy (1995)
Unrated | 37 min | Short, Fantasy
The psychological and emotional motivations of gay sexual fetish, especially relating to gay male teens maturing into men and their sexual exploits.
11. AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Clint Eastwood (1996 TV Special)
60 min | Documentary
A testimonial presented by the American Film Institute to actor/director Clint Eastwood, including reminiscences by his friends, coworkers and co-stars.
12. AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Jack Nicholson (1994 TV Special)
The American Film Institute fetes curmudgeonly actor and sometimes director Nicholson and screens clips of his best-known, best-loved works.
13. AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to William Wyler (1976 TV Special)
120 min | Documentary
In 1976, William Wyler became the fourth recipient of the American Film Institute's Lifetime Achievement Award, following John Ford, James Cagney and Orson Welles. The winner of three Best ... See full summary »
19. Maria & Jose (2000)
21 min | Fantasy, Short, Romance
Smart, successful and independent, Maria finds solice living alone. She has no idea José lives inside her ear, playing his cello, whispering his devotion, caring for her as best a small man can.
22. AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Billy Wilder (1986 TV Special)
Legendary filmmaker Billy Wilder becomes the 14th recipient of The American Film Institute Life Achievement Award as clips from a number of his classic films are unreeled: "The Major and ... See full summary »
23. AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Jack Lemmon (1988 TV Special)
Jack Lemmon is honored by the AFI with a Life Achievement Award hosted by Julie Andrews featuring clips from his films and reminiscences from co-workers.
24. Hollywood Mavericks (1990)
90 min | Documentary
A documentary focusing on seventeen maverick directors who were not afraid to break the rules of filmmaking to advance their art from John Ford to Martin Scorsese.
TV-G | 34 min | Musical, Short, Family
Worse than having your glove stolen, worse than Chinese water torture, even worse than the earth spinning off its axis and careening into Mars, your mom enrolls you in Marilyn Hotchkiss' ... See full summary »
Votes: 101 | Gross: $0.33M
27. The Newman Shower (2001)
TV-MA | 25 min | Comedy, Short
It's the summer of 1990 at Camp Colman, and while most of his cabinmates are busy bragging about their sexual exploits, Zach Newman is keeping something secret. Ashamed to shower in front ... See full summary »
30. James Cagney: Top of the World (1992 TV Movie)
47 min | Documentary
James Cagney was a song-and-dance man who loved animals, supported the underdog and was liked by everybody, but is remembered for his roles as a cold-blooded gangster.
39. AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes & Villains (2003 TV Special)
TV-14 | Documentary
The American Film Institute celebrates 100 years of film by recognizing the top 50 film heroes and top 50 film villains of all time.
40. A.N.I. 1240 (2003)
13 min | Sci-Fi, Short
NOAH VI's "artificial, nanotronic, intellegence system (ANI) has just ten minutes to convince her proud Captain to "merge" with her, permanently erasing his mind and soul, or the space mission will fail and both will die.
41. King Returns (2001)
22 min | Drama, Short
The tragic and surreal story of Pepe Reyes, retired Spanish flamenco guitarist living in Los Angeles. On the day he receives news that a record company wants to re-release his legendary ... See full summary »
42. Wednesday Afternoon (I) (2004)
24 min | Drama, Short
There is no right or wrong in the world that Miguel, an East L.A. teenager, and his father live in, only choices. One's an American, the other an immigrant, and though they are son and ... See full summary »
44. A Beautiful Life (2004)
20 min | Short, Drama
Porfilio is a musician who uses Belizean music as a gateway to identify with his culture. He is the son of a rancher who migrated to the United States to provide the opportunity of a ... See full summary »
47. Double Negatives (2003)
15 min | Drama, Short
In "Double Negatives", we enter the world of 12 year-old Paul Sorensen as his battle with obsessive-compulsive disorder reaches a climactic moment and, for the first time; he is must choose... See full summary »
48. Keeper of the Past (2005)
18 min | Short, Thriller
Stanley, an image manipulation expert, is up against a fierce adversary in a media battle that will decide the outcome of a political campaign, and of life as he knows it.
49. Might as Well Live (2000)
13 min | Short
Devastated by the "Dear Jane" letter, a half-in-the-bag Susan decides to kill herself. The Man Upstairs tries to talk her out of it but instead makes life seem more unbearable than ever. ... See full summary »