March 2012

2012 is one-third done already. Honestly, where does the time go?

March madness?

March hasn’t gone quite as well as previous months, with 11 films watched. Nonetheless, 11 isn’t bad at all — the average needed to reach 100 by the end of December is just eight, and I ‘only’ watched 10 in January, and with a boost of 13 from February I’m still well ahead of target (which, for the end of March, is 24).

Things feel worse than they are because I haven’t really been writing or posting reviews. Just five all month, in fact, which has left me with a quite extraordinary backlog of 36. And to think, the reason I started that “coming soon” page was because I’d reached a ludicrously high number of unposted reviews, and that number was 10. Shame on me, etc.

March’s films

#24 Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003)Master and Commander
#25 The Lady Eve (1941)
#26 The Other Guys (2010)
#27 Stepping Out (1991)
#28 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)The Court Jester
#29 The Court Jester (1956)
#30 Serpico (1973)
#31 The Last Airbender (2010)
#32 Rules of Engagement (2000)
#33 Megamind (2010)
#34 Despicable Me (2010)

Next time on the all-new 100 Films in a Year monthly update…

Every last one of those is courtesy of Sky Movies, the lingering after-effect of the Oscars. That’s gone now though (I think), so it’s time to start work on my DVD/BD pile and LOVEFiLM’s whims. I should start (as mentioned last month(!)) with those Marvel films I’ve not watched. Other than that, I make no promises. And it would be foolish of me to even promise them, based on my track record.

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