February 2011

Apparently February’s ending. Where’d that go, eh?


Big numbers

Another month down sees the year reach ½ of ⅓ complete (or, to put it another way, “one sixth” — but they don’t do a little symbol for that).

Last month I watched 12 films and talked about continuing at that rate; this month I’ve watched 13, so that’s grand — and sees me quarterway toward my goal already. If I could keep this up I’d reach 150 by year’s end.

And, in fact, I watched more films than even that this month thanks to my David Fincher Week. Five of those didn’t count thanks to having seen them before, but if they had that would’ve been 18 films this month for a total of 30 — and at that kind of rate I’d be making it to over 180 by December 31st!

Not gonna happen.


#13 Harry Brown (2009)
#14 Alien³: Special Edition (1992/2003)
#14a Se7en (1995)
#15 Monkey Business (1952)
#15a The Game (1997)
#16 True Grit (1969)
#16a Fight Club (1999)
#16b Panic Room (2002)
#16c Zodiac: Director’s Cut (2007/2008)
#17 The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008)
#18 The Social Network (2010)
#19 Easy Virtue (2008)
#20 Once (2006)
#21 Roman Holiday (1953)
#22 Sabrina (1954)
#23 Clash of the Titans (2010)
#24 Nanny McPhee & the Big Bang, aka Nanny McPhee Returns (2010)
#25 Up in the Air (2009)


Reviewless

So viewing’s going very well. Reviews, not so much — I’m currently 20 behind, which is the most I’ve been for a long time. I shall have to try harder.


Next time on the all-new 100 Films in a Year monthly update…

The prescribed goal for the end of March is 25 films — done that!

Can I reach 37? Or even 43? And will I post some damn reviews?

All will be revealed… maybe with fewer clichés…

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