Movies watched in 2010 (or thereabouts)
Yes, I'm behind. This is catch-up.
- Date Night (2010): Loved it!
- Koyaanisqatsi (1982): I liked this. So did the kids, surprisingly enough.
- Powaqqatsi (1988): Not as good as the first one.
- Naqoyqatsi (2002): Even less good than the second one, although the kids liked it because of a couple of scenes from video games.
- Robin Hood (2010): So good.
- Au Revoir Les Enfants (1987): Second time seeing it. It's good.
- Bright Star (2009): Apparently kind of forgettable.
- Back to the Future (1985): The kids hadn't seen it before. They loved it, and it was fun to see again.
- Outsourced (2006): Okay
- Hotel Rwanda (2004): Very good. Moving.
- Leap Year (2010): Somewhat enjoyable fluff.
- Whip It (2009): Very good.
- The Incredible Hulk (2008): Meh.
- Groundhog Day (1993): Kind of fun.
- Pizza (2005): Pretty good.
- Amreeka (2009): Very good. Zed saw this at his Arabic camp at BYU, so we watched it while he was there.
- Amélie (2001): Cute. We'd had the soundtrack for a while, which is excellent, and I think the movie was a little disappointing after that.
- Bridget Jones's Diary (2001): I love this movie (and the book), but I'm not necessarily proud of that.
- Pasta (2010): A Korean TV series. I went through a phase, okay? This was my favorite one, I think.
- My Lovely Sam-Soon (2005): Another Korean TV series. Funny.
- Boys Over Flowers (2005): Another Korean TV series. She picks the wrong guy, and the guys dressed and looked like '80s New Wave pop stars, but I liked it.
- Triumph of the Will (1935): Leni Riefenstahl's Nazi propaganda movie from 1935. Jon made us watch it. Definitely interesting.
- Rocky (1976): This is a great movie.
- Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (1988): So funny.
- The Ramen Girl (2008): Okay.
- Bad Love (?): Another Korean TV series. This one went on for too long, but I liked the characters.
- Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983): A good, scary movie from my youth. I love Ray Bradbury.
baraka is supposed to be much better than koyaanisqatsiReplyDelete
Groundhog Day, like the protagonist, improves with each iteration. Watch it again! :)ReplyDelete
We watched Baraka, and it was prettier than Koyaanisqatsi, but I don't think I liked it better. I'll review it at some point. Greg, I don't know if I believe that. Bill Murray always reminds me of the movie What About Bob? Which is a great movie, but he's so very annoying in it.ReplyDelete