one. any set in new york city. the intern. i wish they’d cast someone other than anne hathaway. normally i don’t mind her. but you can’t pair her with someone like robert de niro. and the dude who played her husband? he basically ruined this movie for me.
three. any that features a child as the main character. stand by me. so good. SO, SO good. best movie on my list. easily. i don’t know that i’d watch it again, though. i feel like once is enough.
four. any disney film. brave. i dozed off a lot in this one–not so much that i was oblivious to the plot and all, but… ugh. the only thing i liked were the triplet’s scenes.
ten. any mentioned in denim in the oscars: a look at jeans in cinema. erin brockovich. i liked this one a LOT (except for aaron eckhart. pansy). i’d watch it again.
eleven. a film about a knight. gladiator. man, i miss richard harris on the screen. that man had mad skills. connie nielsen’s pretty good here, too. the rest of it, though… meh. not russell crowe’s best work. and i definitely did not care for the story.
twelve. a love story. the duff. it’s cute. completely unbelievable, of course. i liked the main characters quite a bit, though. i love mae whitman, and the boy’s nice looking… for a boy. i ended up buying this one.
thirteen. a movie about something miraculous. cinderella. so bad. SO SO bad. richard madden was too pretty… and not anything like i imagine prince charming being. no. just… no. cate blanchett wasn’t quite awful enough. helena bonham carter wasn’t quite magical enough (and usually, i LOVE her).
fourteen. a film starring an actor/actress with the same first name as yours. alexander and the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day. meh. i have no strong feelings about this one. didn’t love it, didn’t loathe it. won’t watch it again.
eighteen. any film with a score of ninety percent or greater on rotten tomatoes. how to train your dragon two. cute. i LOVE, LOVE, LOVE toothless. i liked the first movie better, but this one was alright. i’d watch it again.
nineteen. a film about a superhero. avengers: age of ultron. meh. not nearly as good as the first. parts of it were alright. it’s not one i’d make an effort to see again, but if i came across on one of the television’s movie channels, i might watch it again. it’s got some nice eyecandy.
twenty-two. a film about a personal victory. big eyes. i’m glad i watched it. but i’m over amy adams, and while christoph waltz typically owns despicable and loathsome, he doesn’t quite do so here–though there surely are moments of utter nastiness. it’s not a film i’d want to see again.
twenty-four. any set in a country you would most like to visit. woman in gold. i’m glad i watched this one, too. i can’t say the cast does a remarkable job of telling the story–even helen mirren–but they do well enough. i liked it. i’d watch it again.
twenty-five. a film set in a zoo. fierce creatures. kevin kline’s got skills, too, yall. i forget. it’s a pretty funny movie. complete nonsense, of course, but i knew that going in. my older brother loved movies like this. i’m sorry i couldn’t watch it with him. i don’t know that i’d watch this again.
so…that’s my list. as for the challenge’s collective results, check this out: