A quick round up of the latest fifty films that we’ve added to our list. So far this year, it’s been quite slow on the film-watching front, although equally, there hasn’t been much coming out to rent that has got us particularly excited. There are heaps of old films we need to catch up on, but I’m not sure there are any major blockbusters that are floating our boat at the moment. We were spoiled with the Avengers/Batman moment, I think.
A great selection of firstly old, and then a couple of newer, films that we really enjoyed. Both Jurassic Park and Days of Thunder I could watch over and over.
Mmm, superhero supremeness.
Two films in a row that I’d forgotten were so bad. The “I hunch” thing has become a bit of a meme… in my own head.
Still makes me shudder just thinking about it.
After an eclectic mix of films, we followed up with an afternoon viewing of The Sting, one of my favourites that I imparted on Mr C – rather than the other way round.
I still can’t quite understand how or why we binged on the American Pie series, but thankfully it seemed to get better as the franchise went on. We won’t be delving into any of the other side-movies, though.
Another good selection and all reasonably new. I think we went against the grain preferring new Spider-Man to old. Ted was also quite controversial!
Mmm, more superhero supremeness.
Two films that were okay, but we perhaps hoped would be better, followed by two kids movies that did hit the mark.
I chose X-Men to foist on Mr C, he chose Heat for me. I quite like this sharing of recommendations. Also, Wolverine.
The third film in the Jack Sparrow series is so bad, that we genuinely have no idea what it was about. The fourth was much better.
Yay for James Bond. I loved this so much. Want to see it again already!
Wrapped up the 300 with a bit of Bruce Willis, which you can’t really beat, can you?