Gosh, I seem to have watched a lot of films last month. Perhaps that’s why I’m running out of time for everything else – too much film watching. Although in my defence I do do other stuff at the same time, you will recall my earlier note in one my blogs about multi-tasking/multi-failing.
Anyway, here are the films I have seen this month.
- The Pirates of the Caribbean the curse of the black pearl – A good start to a trilogy (the ones that matter) of compelling films.
- The Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Man’s Chest – Yep, keep going with this trilogy.
- The Family – Great for those who don’t like too much gore in their gangster films.
- Mamma Mia – Would watch this over Grease time and again. I love a good sing along!
- Twister – Great 90’s classic without too much of the cheese.
- Open Season – A sweet Saturday afternoon film for the family.
- What Maisie Knew – I really liked this. No idea why, it’s a simple yet complex film – brilliant. (If you watch it you’ll see what I mean.)
- Robocop – A good Saturday night action film.
- Brave – Funny and heart warming, everything a good Disney film should be.
- Freaky Friday – A remake of a classic. Nicely done.
- Meet the Robinsons – Didn’t even finish watching this – terrible.
- The Holiday – I love this film. I’ve seen it so many times and it still makes me laugh and cry.
- Uncle Buck – John Candy is hilarious, as are the kids in this. Don’t watch the made for TV version though – watch the full version (with the swears), so funny!
Best of those I would, of course, have to say The Holiday, but there’s a few I’d say to give a go in there. No where near as many Christmas films as I thought there’d be… December is a whole other ball game!