What I’ve Been Watching: May 20th – May 26th

Not much to truly say in regards to my week of real life, as I barely have one. Decided that I’m currently fed up with my router and my phone provider and still need to change both. Otherwise not sure what to talk about.

FIRST TIME VIEWING

DIAL M FOR MURDER (1954) - Bloody amazing murder mystery thanks to having the best criminals and the best detectives.
THE THIN BLUE LINE (1988) - a documentary that I feel has more impact in a historical sense than it’s own agenda.
CERTIFIED COPY (2010) - Before Sunrise, Before Sunset and an imagine inbetween wrapped together into a two hour film that’s better acted and directed than either of those movies and pretty much more awesome.
LA HAINE (1995) - Fantastic film. Cassel continues to prove why he’s one of my favourite actors.
MEN IN BLACK III (2012) - So much better than I expected. Pretty good cartoony fun, and Brolin is awesome.
THE IT CROWD (UK) (Season 1) – not the best, but a fun little show that I guess helps that I work in IT.

REWATCHED

THE AVENGERS (2012)“puny God”
A CLOCKWORK ORANGE (1971) - “But enough of words, actions speak louder than. Action now. Observe all.”
INCEPTION (2010)“give him the kick!”
COMMUNITY (SEASON 2) – “Six seasons and a movie!” 

THE COUNT

83 First time watches (21 from 2012); 49 Rewatches; 132 Total Films

SONG OF THE WEEK

What Have You Been Watching?

  • http://www.bigthoughtsfromasmallmind.com/ CS

    I loved Certified Copy and The Thin Blue Line, both were first time viewings for me this year.  The Thin Blue Line was part of an Errol Morris run I went on. There are only two Morris films I have left to see.  I highly recommend giving both Tabloid and Standard Operating Procedure a watch if you get the chance.

  • http://www.gmanreviews.com Andrew Robinson

    I actually am not sure if I’ve seen any of Errol Morris’ films other than THIN BLUE LINE at this point. I remember for ages not watching it because I kept getting it confused with the BBC Rowan Atkinson sitcom (great if you’ve never seen it)….