Hello everyone and welcome back to Tea and Paperbacks! As it is now already May, it’s time to wrap the movies that I watched in the past two months! This is a new segment I made starting 2016, in which I plan to list all the movies and TV shows I watched in one post every two months, and show the highlights of my favourites and least favourites.
My goal is to watch 100 movies in a year. To see the updates of my movie watching experience, go and be friends with me on Letterboxd! It’s mostly just my personal platform to see the movies I watched in a digital format, but feel free to add me if you want to! I also made a list of all the movies I own on my external disk but have not watched, and so when I want to watch a movie I will choose a random movie from there and watch it.
This past two months was a game changer because I made an unlimited card on my local cinema Pathe, and so I was able to watch everything on the cinema for only €19 per month, which made me go to the movies a lot. Like, I went to a lot of movies and as a result this last month I watched quite alot of new movies, which is excellent!
Movies I Watched in March
Movies I Watched in April
TV Shows I Watched
- Shadowhunters: finished Season 1!
- Community: finished Season 6 slash the whole series
- Daredevil: finished the last of Season 2!
- Game of Thrones: starting Season 6
- Supernatural: still in the middle of Season 11
- The X-Files: still in the middle of Season 2
I didn’t expect much from this movie, but I did know that it was a thriller and the trailer looked super intriguing and since it was playing at the cinema, I thought why not? I was blown away by how amazing it was. I don’t know whether it was just my kind of movie (I guess I just liked movies with people stuck in a small room and running away from each other), or if it really was a good movie, but it was one of the best movies I watched this month.
Another movie I watched at the movies! I watched this solely because of Jake Gyllenhaal. I love him and in here he was amazing! His acting was A++ and the story of the movie itself did not disappoint. I love the cinematography and everything, the ending was adorable.
Another movie similar to 10 Cloverfield Lane. I know, this is a super popular movie but I’ve never watched this before! And one day I just browsed through Netflix and saw this and thought hmm why not? And I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was so suspenseful and Jodie Foster was excellent.
This movie was amazing. I didn’t know much about it, I just decided to watch it, alone, at the theater because of my free subscription lol. But I was taken aback by how wonderful it was! Great screenwriting, amazing cast, the whole premise was excellent. I wasn’t surprised it won the Oscar.
I was pushed to watch this movie because of my friend, and at first I was totally not into it. I was like, this is so crappy and the effects is horrible and I haven’t even read the book so I why should I watch this? But then I was sucked into this whole incredible paranormal world and I just couldn’t stop watching it. Especially added to the fact that Matthew Daddario makes me wanna cry with his gorgeousness :”)
I was a huge fan of Community years ago when it was on TV back at home. And I binge watched the first 3-4 seasons online, proceeded to download the whole thing, and then forgot about everything just like that. But then a few weeks ago, I read a random piece of news about how Community’s struggle to survive until the sixth season to reach the saying “Six seasons and a movie” and I immediately got hit by all the feels so I scanned through the episodes, saw which episode did I remember last, and continued watching it. And the last few seasons were horrible. Season 5 had a weird old man who then disappeared in the last season, and Troy wasn’t in there (whom I miss so much!), and in the last season Shirley left or whatever. But overall it was such a throwback and I just love how unique and different this show is from other shows out there. I was so stuck with all the characters and when the finale ended I was just sobbing like a baby. So yeah, I had a blast watching Community. I can’t wait for the movie they promised!
- Daredevil (2015-): Matt Murdock’s ass, and Frank Castle.
- Room (2015): excellent acting and stayed so true to the book.
- The Jungle Book (2016): unexpectedly fun to watch, I’d love it if I’d watched it when I was younger.
- Django Unchained (2012): my first time watching this, it wasn’t as great as Kill Bill but it’s definitely up there.
Worst or Disappointments
Total movies watched in March: 17
Total movies watched in April: 20
Total movies watched in 2016: 88
Number of movies watched at the cinema: 10
Number of movies watched with my friends: 12
Number of movies watched alone: 17
Number of movies watched that were released in 2015 and 2016: 11
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