Write down the date and whether you watched at home or in the theater.
Mine’s gonna be the 1931 version of Frankenstein, even though I have this posted to The Bride of Frankenstein. I’ll watch it at home, today (Jan. 1)
will likely be Go West with the Marxes tonight 2am or so
Unless I decide to watch something beforehand, Barry Lyndon in a new 35mm with some fellow mubi goers.
Watching The Jerk.
Probably going to be Somewhere…AT HOME!! Hehehe… :P
Jaeger: That’s my answer as well. Weird…
I suppose it was Rescue Dawn, but the only movie I will be watching from beginning to end will be Black Swan.
…funny how the two titles rime.
Wim Wenders’ Buena Vista Social Club on TV.
Love Me If You Dare, couldn’t find it anywhere, then downloaded it from iTunes
watched the neverending story on tv this morning and back 2 the future is on tv now :O)
My Night at Maud’s. Appropriate considering when in the year it is set (New Year’s) – that wasn’t intentional. And it’s a brilliant film.
It’s my annual New Year’s Eve film.
Just finished up Frankenstein. Better than I remembered it being! Baron Frankenstein (the old man) was an absolute hoot!
If I have time, I’ll watch something beforehand, but on Monday I plan on starting The Human Condition.
Late this afternoon of 1 January 2011, I saw the Coen Brothers’ True Grit. The film left me with the promise of a new year of filmgoing until I remembered the coming attractions of crapfests that await us. (I’m thinking of you, Michael Bay.)
The King’s Speech
Just watched the silent version of Alice In Wonderland off of MUBI. I’m at my uncle’s house for the holidays and he has a newer computer than I do so I had no problem watching it. If I watched it at my house, it probably wouldn’t play right because I have an Imac g3 computer. The film was enjoyable for it’s time period I guess. Wasn’t great though.
The Shooting (67)….at home – half before midnight half after. A good start.
Never ending story ♥
you can count on me
Black Swan, technically, but I’m going to pretend that I was watching Dogtooth on the other side of the planet and count it, instead.
Despicable Me, followed by A Clockwork Orange.
“I was cured alright…”
The Kids Are All Right @ the cinema with a gentle hangover
The Mirror was great, but we didn’t have the patience nor the fortitude to appreciate it as much as I think we should have. Not after New Years anyways.
Straight Time is an under appreciated 70 crime/noir movie like Night Moves, and The Friends of Eddie Coyle. It’s streaming on Netflix and is probably worth your time if you like those kinds of movies. Hoffman sports a great mustache.
Manhattan, on tv, by chance.
And My son my son what have ye done, by choice
at about 2am
Bunuel kicked off the year for me: “The Exterminating Angel.”