More one vote each entries today!
260. Cujo -- 1983, Lewis Teague
259. Spaceballs -- 1987, Mel Brooks
258. Open Water -- 2003, Chris Kentis
257. Megan is Missing -- 2011, Michael Goi
256. The Cure -- 1997, Kiyoshi Kurosawa
255. Friday the 13th Part 5: A New Beginning -- 1985, Danny Steinmann
254. Beneath the Planet of the Apes -- 1970, Ted Post
253. The Gate -- 1987, Tibor Takacs
252. Scrooge -- 1970. Ronald Neame
251. Whistle and I'll Come to You -- 1968, Jonathan Miller
Spaceballs. Man, I love you guys.
While it's been in my Netflix queue forever, I haven't seen Megan is Missing yet because it seems a little too...mmm, unpleasant/torture-y/depressing for my tastes every time I think about giving it a go. Annnd I had the ending spoiled for me on tumblr. Annnd it only has 2.5 stars on Netflix, although you can't always use that to judge because sometimes you're looking at what a film is actually rated by users and sometimes you're looking at what Netflix thinks you're going to rate it. I hate that. Dear Netflix, just give me an actual rating and spare me your magic algorithm AMIRITE? But anyway, is Megan is Missing worth watching some day despite all of this?
Also, hey, I thought Whistle and I'll Come to You was a short film adaptation of a story by M.R. James, but I found out just now when I was posting that it's an episode of a TV show! And I said none of those! So let's all just watch it and ignore my hypocrisy which, really, is only borne of ignorance. Yay!