318. The Night of the Hunter (Charles Laughton, 1955)

another film rented at uni, and wow what an amazing film i loved it stunning visuals and yeah

i rented 5 dvds today i wonder how long it’ll take me to watch all of them …

317. Gone Girl (David Fincher, 2014)

saw this on wednesday but forgot to update until now, obviously i was HYPED for this film, like ma man dave is back and it just looked so amazing, i wanted to be watching right there and then when the first trailer was out

as this is so late and i am just not great with words i will put this simply, what an incredible film!!!!!!! i need to see again, every single fucking detail was beautiful and so well thought out and gripping and although long it sparked a big discussion y’know… ben was good also NPH but oh mah gah rosamund is the real star here guys she made this movie what it is and made it so talked about and admired, at first when i came out the cinema as it was a pretty intense experience i was like, did i like this or like? i???? but now a few days later i can confirm that this is one of the best films of 2014 so far, and cements fincher’s mastery


this is 20 days late…but oh well

films watched: 15… that is so traj

best new to me film watched: how to train your dragon 2, horrible bosses

worst new to me film watched: signs, unhung hero

316. Midnight Cowboy (John Schlesinger, 1969)

rented from my uni library

bit weird but interesting and yuh

315. Flirting with Disaster (David O. Russell, 1996)

watched on tv

what a strange movie this was

314. They Live (John Carpenter, 1988)

i rented some dvds from my university library in a quest to get back on the #filmlife horse and also mate as if i’m not gonna get in on this sweet ass deal i got a couple others too will watch them soon

anyway this film uhhhh let’s just say

not a big fan


313. Signs (M. Night Shyamalan, 2002)

what the fuck? why is this movie so famous it’s a piece of shit

sorry joaq„„, you know i still love u

well anyway i borrowed the dvd from my friend cuz i’ve always wanted to see this (mainly for joaquin) but didn’t wanna see it enough to watch online and pay full attention sort of thing….. but anyway

the whole fucking movie was just build up to the worst cgi Ever (i know it was 2002 but…. cmon) and then idek what happened but wow this sucked plus i also hate mel gibson with his large wrinkly face and racist ass self

312. Horrible Bosses (Seth Gordon, 2011)

well look who it is

it’s me


WOW this is the longest i hve gone without watching a film in like, for ever i swear down i am wilting like a flower without sun

basically the story is i have moved cities for university nd now hve an extremely busy life and shock horror hve not even hd time to watch movies all fucking day long… i know? how am i alive? idk… bruh

nyway i watched this with a few of my mates today and it was fuggin joke!!! really wanna see the sequel also why do i fancy jason sudeikis so much??????? anyway bare hilare movie

i am watching another film rn too but you wll hve to wait to see whaat that is……. man i have some FILMS to catch up on i cannot be living this life much longer!!!! i’ll have 2 watch more with mates cuz tghat is who i spend all my time wiv innit… need 2 fuckin whack out tdk tril i recks!!!!!!

311. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (Doug Liman, 2005)

rewatched on tv earlier, wow this blog is boring these days isn’t it all i do is rewatch random ass films on tv and say nothing… oh well i’m BUSY!

even though this film is not a masterpiece or anything, i kind of consider it to be a modern classic, even if only for creating one of the most famous couples on earth… but also because it meshes several genres together well, is still discussed often today and i feel was fairly influential on a few other films of it’s type, an example being the iron man trilogy

310. Big (Penny Marshall, 1988)

rewatched on tv yday