Film Diary (1/1/15 – 1/26/15)

Hey guys! So I decided to do something a little different with this post. If you follow me on Letterboxd (you definitely should) this post isn’t anything new for you. Basically, I’ve decided to post the titles of all the films I’ve seen since the first of the year, up until today, in order (according to my Letterboxd diary). So, here are the films I’ve watched (in theaters or at home), since January 1.

‘Good Morning, Vietnam’ (1987), 4.5/5

‘Into the Woods’ (2014), 3/5

‘Tusk’ (2014), 2.5/5

‘The Boondock Saints’ (1999), 2/5

‘The Last Temptation of Christ’ (1988), 3/5

‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’ (1975), 3.5/5

‘The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death’ (2015), 1/5

‘Bowling for Columbine’ (2002), 4.5/5

‘The Skeleton Twins’ (2014), 4/5

‘Requiem for a Dream’ (2000), 3.5/5

‘Magic in the Moonlight’ (2014), 2.5/5

‘Frankenstein’ (1931), 4.5/5

‘Boyhood’ (2014), 5/5

‘The Guest’ (2014), 4/5

‘Before Sunrise’ (1995), 5/5

‘Before Sunset’ (2004), 4.5/5

‘Before Midnight’ (2013), 4.5/5

‘Why Don’t You Play in Hell?’ (2014), 4/5

‘American Sniper’ (2014), 3/5

‘A Scanner Darkly’ (2006), 3.5/5

‘Force Majeure’ (2014), 5/5

‘Selma’ (2014), 3.5/5

‘Tak3n’ (2015), 1/5

‘Blackhat’ (2015), 1.5/5

‘Paddington’ (2014), 4.5/5

‘The Room’ (2003), .5/5

‘The Imitation Game’ (2014), 4/5

‘Mortdecai’ (2015), 1.5/5

‘Blade’ (1998), 2.5/5

‘A Clockwork Orange’ (1971), 2/5

This is just a diary entry on my blog to share the titles that I’ve been watching recently with you all. I may never do this again, and I may yet. I’m just trying something new. Again, follow me on Letterboxd and you won’t have to come here to see what I’ve been watching! Letterboxd is awesome.

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