I had a mediocre movie-watching month last month. But that’s secondary to the fact that I have eviscerated my previous movie-watching numbers. With a few weeks left in 2013, I have already had the best year in terms of movies watched since I started tracking my viewing habits in 2007.
Check back in the new year for my final stats. As for now, here is a breakdown of the best and worst of the movies I viewed in the penultimate month of 2013. As always, don’t forget to follow me and the blog around the internet with the links below.
- Total Viewings: 14
- First Viewings: 9
- Theater Viewings: 2
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Tagged Billy Bob Thornton, Born in the Badlands, Colin Hanks, geraldo rivera, Ghosts of the Pacific, Jacki Weaver, Jackie Earle Haley, James Badge Dale, JFK assassination, Journalism, LA Weekly, Marcia Gay Harden, movie, Parkland, Paul Giamatti, Peter Landesman, ron livingston, Slate, slate magazine, Teddy Roosevelt, The American Film Company, The Conspirator, Tom welling, Trailer Tuesday, Zac Efron
A couple weeks ago, on a total whim, I had myself a double feature of two “spiritual guidance through age repurposing” movies. I didn’t do it for any particular reason other than I was tired after work and wanted to turn my brain off.
The movies I chose (because they were close at hand) were 13 Going on 30 and 17 Again. One features a 13 year old trapped in a woman’s body, the other has the universe re-gifting a grown man his 17 year old body. So which did I like more? Continue reading
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Tagged Double Features, Jennifer Garner, Leslie Man, Mark Ruffalo, Matthew Perry, Melora Hardin, Michelle Trachtenberg, Movie Columns, Thomas Lennon, Zac Efron