30 Day movie challenge: Day (gasp!) 30

Alas, we have come to the conclusion of my 30 day movie challenge. That was fun! I thoroughly enjoyed highlighting the movies that have made the most impact in my life up to this point. Which brings me to the last topic…

Your least favourite movie

Oh, there are many. Ranging from the stupidly over macho movies , to the most annoying of cartoons, to the ones I never understood why they were so popular. And the really mushy romantic films.

I DON’T CARE IF IT’S CONSIDERED CLASSIC. The next time I hear someone utter the lines, “say I’m a bird,” they’ll be doomed to watch The Notebook everyday for all eternity.

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30 Day movie challenge: Day 28/29

Favourite movie soundtrack

Whoops! I missed posting yesterday, so I’m making up for it today. My favourite movie soundtrack? Chicago all the way, baby.

A movie that changed my opinion on something

I gotta say, I didn’t think much about Angelina Jolie , or her acting ability before I saw this film; but when I did, I was very impressed, and it totally changed my mind about her. I honestly thought she was most deserving of the Academy Award for best actress that year.

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30 Day movie challenge: Day 27

Your favourite classic movie

The Women

I was originally going to go with Meet Me in St. Louis (and I love it, it’s one of my top classics), but then I remembered what a brilliant and funny movie I would be overlooking if I didn’t choose The Women: full of snappy lines, snarky dames, and stunning 1930s fashion. Plus, the best cat fight ever.

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30 Day movie challenge: Day 26

A movie that is a guilty pleasure

Actually, I have a few contenders:

  1. Sleepless in Seattle


Significantly and absolutely better than You’ve Got Mail.

 

2. 

I admit it! I got this movie when I was in the midst of my Beatles obsession in my teens.  It’s full of their early music and rather campy (although definitely not as campy as Help), but I still enjoy watching it from time to time.  And, I also have to admit, I found them pretty cute.

3. 

Ok, this is one my guiltiest of all guilty pleasures. I really only watch it for Kate Winslet and Jack Black (their budding romance is so much better than Jude and Cameron’s), the beautiful, overly-indulgent/unrealistic sets, and Eli Wallach–that dear, dear man. (The writing is meh.)

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