Movies Watched [May 2011]

In order of viewing (number represents year overall total, not this month):

73) Hall Pass [2011]
Hall Pass [2011]

74) Paul [2011]
Paul [2011]

75) Watchmen [2009]
Watchmen

76) The Joneses [2009]
The Joneses [2009, Borte]

77) Machete [2010]
Machete [2010]

78) The Naked City [1948]
The Naked City [1948]

78) Ferris Bueller’s Day Off [1986]
Ferris Bueller's Day Off [1986, Hughes]

79) The A-Team [2010]
The A-Team [2010]

80) Yojimbo [1961]
Yojimbo [1961]

81) They Live [1988]
They Live [1988]

82) Everything Must Go [2010]
Everything Must Go [2010]

83) Midnight In Paris [2011]
Midnight In Paris [2011]

84) Bridesmaids [2011]
Bridesmaids [2011]

85) TRON: Legacy [2010]
TRON: Legacy [2010]

86) Enter the Void [2009]
Enter the Void [2009]

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4 thoughts on “Movies Watched [May 2011]

  1. Brian "Sandman" Hall says:

    Some good viewing there sir. I watched Watchmen again myself the other week, I never read the graphic novel, and I know some critics and others didn’t speak too kindly of it, but I thought it was fantastic.

    And of course, you can never go wrong with They Live.

    • Eric says:

      Hey, thanks! I liked Watchmen quite a bit, although I saw the extended Blu-ray edition. I thought it was pretty faithful to the novel overall, which I highly recommend reading if you get a chance.

      And yeah, They Live is amazing. I’m going to do a full review of that soon, and I am really looking forward to writing about it. Such a fun movie.

  2. rtm says:

    Wow dude, you watched a lot of movies!! Makes me feel ashamed that as a movie blogger I hardly had time to watch even two movies a week 😦 I really want to see Everything Must Go (as I like Stranger than Fiction a lot) and Midnight in Paris just looks lovely.

    • Eric says:

      Yeah, I kind of went on a little bit of a roll near the end of the month. Everything I watched was at least decent, except for TRON: Legacy. I didn’t care for that at all.

      I definitely recommend Everything Must Go. Probably my favorite Will Ferrell performance.

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