Well, following on from Rol, Tone and Kelvin, here is my life in movies---I used Wikipedia as the IMDB list would be too long to trawl through and picked the movie I'd soonest watch again, not the one that I think is actually the best:
1971: The Omega Man. I'm not a huge fan of it but I love the book, don't mind this adaptation and well, everything Wikipedia lists for 1971 was a bit pants.
1972: God this was a crappy year! I prefer Godfather II over the original, so Deliverance probably ranks as my favourite film of the year, which ain't saying much...
1973: High Plains Drifter, hands down. More overtly supernatural than Eastwood's later Pale Rider, this Western is quite chilling at times and I love the imagery. Lodge in the back of my mind is a story inspired by this.
1974: Young Frankenstein: another terrible film spotted with a few classics I'm not overly interested in so this wins by process of elimination.
1975: Jaws: again there's no competition but it's till a classic, even with Bruce...
1976: Another dull year so I'd probably only rewatch Silent Movie, so this IS a duff year...and Rocky's dull too, I only like the one where he fights He-Man...
1977: I don't even have to search, it's Star Wars, greatest film of a generation and a guiding force in my childhood.
1978: It was nearly Dawn of the Dead (as Halloween is a slasher film and they are endlessly dull) but of course it's Superman, which is flawless until that first shot of Otis walking down the Metropolis sidewalk, leading to a likable but misportrayed Lex Luthor (for my money, only Michael Rosenbaum on Smallville has nailed Luthor spot on).
1979: Alien, closely followed by Apocalypse Now and Zombie Flesh Eaters (only because I still can't believe they got a man to dress as a zombie and fight a real shark!)
1980: Probably Flash Gordon, followed by the Blues Brothers. There is so much spot on with the Flash movie, I can forgive some of the shoddiness...
1981: Another one that needs no searching for, Raiders of the Lost Ark stands as a true classic. Great great great film.
1982: Blade Runner, with Star Trek 2 and Poltergeist trailing behind...
1983: Some good films but none outstanding so I'll fall back on Return of the Jedi, only because I'd sooner review it than any other from this year..
1984: Quite a few decent films but I'd probably go with Starman, which is a stunning film.
1985: Back To The Future, followed by Breakfast Club and Fright Night.
1986 It was nearly Ferris Beuller's Day Off with Big Trouble In Little China, Aliens and Star trek IV trailing but it has to be Stand By Me, one of my favourite all time movies.
1987 Some classics this year but my favourite of the year remain Lost Boys: I still love this film, full of character with some great moments. Lowbrow to be sure but fun.
1988 Die Hard, although it was very nearly the complete opposite choice of My Neighbour Totoro...
1989 This will always be the year of Batman to me but that's aged poorly so if I had to watch something from this year, I'd choose Indian a Jones and the Last Crusade.
1990 Another ropey year but Tremors is another all time favourite film. Fun, great characters and highly enjoyable throughout---but don't go near the sequels or TV show!
1991 Another dodgy year with a few classics I'm not overly fond of so my pick would be Star Trek 6, the last outing for the original and best crew, with a decent allegorical plot line too.
1992 Reservoir Dogs: not my favourite Tarantino film but this was another poor year with a few films I like, but not as much as this.
1993 Despite the Fugitive and Groundhog Day (and even Kalifornia), this year belongs to Jurassic Park, still a great adventure romp.
1994 Pulp Fiction, probably my favourite film of all time, and piss and shit all over Forrest Gump!! Clerks is a very very close second and Shawshank Redemption is another all time fave...
1995 Toy Story, with Twelve Monkeys close behind.
1996 From Dusk Till Dawn, another great favourite of mine---and that sequence with Salma Hayek is certainly memorable!
1997 Despite enjoying Con Air and Austin powers, I have to go with Chasing Amy.
1998 Another poor selection, so my pick of the bunch is The Faculty.
1999 The Matrix: forget the sequels and the original is still ace.
2001 Lord of the Rings:FOTR It has it's detractors but it's the most accessible of the trilogy and is superbly crafted.
2002 Spider-Man: If not for (shudder) Macy Gray and the fixed fave of the Goblin looking more like the witch out of Chorlton and the Wheelies, this would be a perfect film, as it is though, Spidey 2 kicks its bum.
2003 Very nearly Kill Bill Volume 1 but another top comic adap wins out with X2.
2004 Mentioned above, Spidey 2 wins this year.
2005 Batman! Batman Begins, alright?! Jeez, I missed it while trying to pay attention to a bunch a lists...
2006 Probably Clerks II but I'm also one of the few people who like X-Men 3.
2007 Hmmm...I want to say No Country For Old Men, which is the better film by far but if I had to pick one to watch again, Spidey 3 is more to my tastes, even though it's overlong and wastes Venom but still has Aunt May as the voice of gibberish...actually, sod it, it's no Country...
2008 So far it's Iron Man all the way...