Bede’s Month In Movies – February

Number of Movies Seen This Month: 59
Number of Movies Seen This Year (so far): 108

5/5 – Excellent

The Sound Of Music

4.5/5 – Really Great

Blue Valentine
The Diary Of Anne Frank (1959)
Rabbit-Proof Fence

4/5 – Great

All The King’s Men (1949)
Sleepers
L.A. Story
The Stoning Of Soraya M.
Bloody Sunday
Legend Of The Guardians: The Owls Of Ga’Hoole
Red Hill
Batman: Under The Red Hood

3.5/5 – Really Good

Iris (2001)
Black And White (2002)
The Girl Who Played With Fire
Backdraft
Broken Arrow
Chloe (2009)
Going The Distance
The Experiment (2010)
Hatchet II

3/5 – Decent

Four Lions
School Ties
Pete’s Dragon
Music Box (1989)
The Foot Fist Way
MacGruber
The Night We Never Met
Gloria (1999)
Rising Sun
Takers
The Silent House (2010)
PCU
Teaching Mrs. Tingle
Flowers In The Attic
Bless The Child

2.5/5 – Average

Random Hearts
The House Of Yes
Free Willy
Extreme Measures
Who Is Cletis Tout?
Lost Souls (2000)
You Again
And Soon The Darkness (2010)
A Stranger Among Us
First Kid
Astro Boy
Curly Sue
Saint John Of Las Vegas
Remote Control (1988)
Blank Check
Repossessed

2/5 – Sucky

Air America
Skyline
Howard The Duck
Wrong Turn 3: Left For Dead

1.5/5 – Bad

Simply Irresistible

1/5 – Terrible

No Holds Barred
Paws
 
First Movie I Saw This Month: WHO IS CLETIS TOUT?
Last Movie I Saw This Month: THE SOUND OF MUSIC

THE BEST

THE WORST


 

Best Actor: Ryan Gosling, BLUE VALENTINE
Best Actress: Judi Dench, IRIS (2001)
Best Supporting Actor: David Ngoombujarra, BLACK AND WHITE (2002)
Best Supporting Actress: Mercedes McCambridge, ALL THE KING’S MEN (1949)
Best Director: Robert Wise, THE SOUND OF MUSIC
Best Original Screenplay: Derek Cianfrance & Cami Delavigne and Joey Curtis, BLUE VALENTINE
Best Adapted Screenplay: Robert Rossen, ALL THE KING’S MEN (1949)
Biggest Suprise: RED HILL
Biggest Disappointment: FOUR LIONS
Most Fucked-Up Movie: HATCHET II
“I’m Pretty Damn Sure No One Else Has Seen This”: THE SILENT HOUSE (2010)
Person/Character I Never Want to Meet: Ali (Navid Negahban), THE STONING OF SORAYA M.
Why Is He/She Still in Movies?: Odette Yustman, AND SOON THE DARKNESS (2010) and YOU AGAIN
Recurring Genre: Comdies
Ultimate WTF? Moment: The ending, THE SILENT HOUSE (2010)
Best Scene: The police taking the children being taken away from their family, RABBIT-PROOF FENCE
Best Line: “You know, you’re not really anybody in Los Angeles unless you have a really big door.” – Harris K. Telemacher (Steve Martin), L.A. STORY
Movie I Finally Got to Friggin’ See: THE SOUND OF MUSIC
Coolest Title: FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC
Hottest Lady: Amanda Seyfried, CHLOE (2009)

– Bede Jermyn

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