Bede’s Month In Movies – June

NOTE: Sorry that I’m really late with mine this month, I been so busy the lastfew weeks that I only had a chance to it until now.

Number of Movies Seen This Month: 50
Number of Movies Seen This Year (so far): 274

5/5 – Excellent
A Simple Plan
X-Men: First Class

4.5/5 – Really Great
Swimming Pool (2003)
Super 8

4/5 – Great
Super 8
Wendy And Lucy
Matchstick Men
The Good Girl
Runaway (1984)

3.5/5 – Really Good
The Sunset Limited
White Material
The Next Three
Days
Last Action Hero
Used Cars
The Lucky Ones (2008)
Unknown (2011)
Phobia (2008)

3/5 – Decent
Conviction (2010)
Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
The Long Walk Home (1990)
Pink Cadillac
No Strings Attached
Sanctum
The Greatest (2009)
Deepstar Six
Veronika Decides To Die
Command
Performance
Biker Boyz

2.5/5 – Average
The Hangover: Part II
No Good Deed
Danny Deckchair
Happy Birthday To Me
Moment By Moment
Streetdance
Alone In The Dark (1982)
The Thaw
Child’s Play 3
The Boogens
Captain America (1990)
Nightflyers
Most Wanted (1997)
Nine Miles Down

2/5 – Sucky
The Haunting (1999)
Bringing Down The House
View From The Top
Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son
Altitude
I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell

1.5/5 – Bad
How Do You Know
Glitter
Wild Cherry

1/5 – Terrible
(none)

First Movie I Saw This Month: NINE MILES DOWN
Last Movie I Saw This Month: THE LONG WALK HOME (1990)

THE BEST

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THE WORST


Best Actor: Samuel L. Jackson, THE SUNSET LIMITED
Best Actress: Michelle Williams, WENDY AND LUCY
Best Supporting Actor: Billy Bob Thornton, A SIMPLE PLAN
Best Supporting Actress: Ludivine Sagnier, SWIMMING POOL (2003)
Best Director: Sam Raimi, A SIMPLE PLAN
Best Original Screenplay: François Ozon & Emmanuèle Bernheim, SWIMMING POOL (2003)
Best Adapted Screenplay: Scott B. Smith, A SIMPLE PLAN
Biggest Suprise: RUNAWAY (1984)
Biggest Disappointment: (tie) THE HANGOVER: PART II and PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: ON STRANGER TIDES
Most Fucked-Up Movie: HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME
“I’m Pretty Damn Sure No One Else Has Seen This”: NIGHTFLYERS
Person/Character I Never Want to Meet: Luther (Gene Simmons), RUNAWAY (1984)
Why Is He/She Still in Movies?: Martin Lawrence, BIG MOMMAS: LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON
Recurring Genre: Horror
Ultimate WTF? Moment: The diarrhea scene, I HOPE THEY SERVE BEER IN HELL
Best Scene: Wendy finding Lucy, WENDY AND LUCY
Best Line: “My parents didn’t have a name. It was taken from them… by pig farmers… and tailors.” – Erik “Magneto” Lehnsherr (Michael Fassbender), X-MEN: FIRST CLASS
Movie I Finally Got to Friggin’ See: A SIMPLE PLAN
Coolest Title: LAST ACTION HERO
Hottest Lady: Jennifer Lawrence, X-MEN: FIRST CLASS
Oldest Movie: USED CARS (1980)

– Bede Jermyn

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